This Week on The Hot Route
In 2013, Doug Martin inherited a New Mexico State program that had 21 wins over the previous eight seasons, hadn't been to a bowl game since 1960, and had 61 scholarship players and terrible facilities. He called it a "dumpster fire" and said the program needed a complete overhaul. Why did he want the job? How did he recruit players? Five years later, coming off a seven-win season and their first bowl game in 57, how has the recruiting pitch evolved?