Don't look now, but the New Mexico/New Mexico State rivalry might be the biggest in college football after New Mexico State quarterback Diego Pavia was allegedly caught urinating on the New Mexico logo inside their indoor practice facility.
The two teams played against one another on September 16, with New Mexico State winning 27-17. Now, both universities are looking into it.
FINAL: Led by former Volcano Vista star Diego Pavia, New Mexico State tops New Mexico 27-17. You can tell what it means to Pavia. pic.twitter.com/GxohrHf1Mi
— Colin Deaver (@ColinDeaverTV) September 17, 2023
The University of New Mexico released a statement that said, "We are aware of the video and notified NMSU athletic administration of its existence last Monday morning."
New Mexico State was reached out to by KOAT Action News and received this reply, "Any information regarding the potential discipline of a student would be protected under federal privacy laws."
Of course, the discipline has to do with Pavia, a junior at the school.
Pavia and the Aggies have played five games this season, including Week 0. They're 2-3 this season, with their wins coming against New Mexico and Western Illinois.
This season, Pavia is completing 63.9 percent of his passes for 1,073 yards, ten touchdowns, and four interceptions. He had his best game of the season in Week 4 at Hawaii, where he completed nine of 15 passes for 155 yards and two touchdowns.
Pavia is a mobile threat, too, rushing for 324 yards.
As of this writing, there have been no updates about any disciplinary action, though, as both schools continue to investigate.
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