Thursday Trivia: Last Shutout of New Mexico

The correct answer to last week’s trivia question "Who is the only coach in BYU history, besides LaVell Edwards, to begin and end his career with a win?" is Eddie Kimball. Kimball had two coaching stints at BYU, 1937-41 and 1946-48. He won his very first game in 1937 against the Colorado State Teachers 7-0. He also won his first game in 1946 against Western State 13-2. His final game in 1948 was a 27-25 win over Arizona State. Both times he began with a win, but only the second end was a win.

On to the new question. The BYU defense has come close to registering a shutout the last two weeks. UNLV scored with just seconds left in the game, and Colorado State didn't score until well into the fourth quarter. I would love to see it happen this week against New Mexico. Which makes this week's question:
When was the last time that BYU shut out New Mexico?
Leave your answer in the comments section. Come back next week when the answer is revealed and a new trivia question is asked.

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