LAS CRUCES, N.M. -- Braxton Huggins scored 28 points with 5 of 6 3-pointers and his 17 first-half points helped the Aggies break away early to beat Bethune-Cookman 89-73 on Sunday in a San Diego Classic tournament game.The Wildcats led 23-20 on Diamante Lewis layup but scored only six more points in the remaining 9:20 while the Aggies finished on a 19-2 run to lead 50-29 at halftime.Huggins was 3 for 3 from 3-point range in the half and the Aggies shot 58 percent from the floor while holding the Wildcats to 30 percent.Joe Garzas 3-pointer at 11:38 in the second half gave the Aggies a 26-point lead (70-44) and New Mexico State cruised.Sidy NDir scored 26 points and had four assists for the Aggies (3-2), who finished shooting 58 percent from the floor (26 of 45).Brandon Tabb scored 26 points with 4 of 8 3-pointers and Lewis added 19 points for Bethune-Cookman (2-2). Discount Vans Canada . The formidable trio of Canadian receivers -- individually known as Chris Getzlaf, Rob Bagg and Andy Fantuz -- will share the field at Mosaic Stadium one more time on Sunday. Vans Shoes Canada . PETERSBURG, Fla. http://www.vanssalecanada.com/ . -- Bobby Ryan helped the U. Cheap Vans Shoes Canada . The recently retired Stern was elected Friday to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and will be enshrined with the class of 2014 on Aug. Vans Outlet Canada . -- Peyton Manning will have all of his wide receivers available for the first time in a month when the Denver Broncos begin their playoff run Jan. Theres a new No. 1 in town. ESPNs power panel (a group of more than 80 writers, editors and TV personalities) has shuffled the rankings following Week 1 outcomes, and the Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots have moved up to claim the top two spots. Check out the rest of the league and where each team ranks.Previous rankings: Preseason | Week 1ESPN Stats & Information contributed the following information.1. Green Bay Packers2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 6Jordy Nelson gained only 32 yards in his return, but he had six catches, including three for first downs. It was a microcosm of the Packers offense in Week 1, getting by with just enough, but the Vikings should provide a tougher test in Week 2.2. New England Patriots2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 3Tom who? Rob who? Jimmy Garoppolo led the Brady-less and Gronkowski-less Patriots to an impressive victory in Arizona in Week 1 to move up the rankings. Next up? The Dolphins at home. The Pats are 20-1 at home against division foes since 2009.3. Seattle Seahawks2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 1The Seahawks were the top-ranked team in our Power Rankings, but a two-point victory at home over the Dolphins doesnt inspire confidence. Seattle could slip lower after a Week 2 matchup at Los Angeles. The Seahawks have lost three of their past four games against the Rams.4. Pittsburgh Steelers2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 2If you forgot how good Antonio Brown was, let a 126-yard, two-touchdown Monday night performance serve as a reminder. Look for Brown to have another big game in Week 2 against the division rival that ended his season early with a hit to the head last postseason.5. Arizona Cardinals2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 4There are worse things in the world than losing to the Patriots, even without Tom Brady, but a loss to the Bucs at home in Week 2 would give the Cardinals their first 0-2 start since 2005.6. Carolina Panthers2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 5Cam Newton was sacked, hit while throwing or hit while rushing 17 times in Week 1, his most ever in regulation. Newton could certainly use a break already, and he might get one in Week 2, when the Panthers host the 49ers.7. Houston Texans2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 13Lamar Miller was one of two backs to rush for 100 yards in Week 1, and Will Fuller became the first Texans rookie to gain 100 receiving yards in a season opener. Neither was around last season when the Chiefs, the Texans Week 2 opponent, beat Houston 30-0 in the playoffs.8. Denver Broncos2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 8Trevor Siemian was one of three quarterbacks with multiple interceptions in Week 1, but a formula of great defense and good enough quarterback play worked for the Broncos last season. It will need to work again in Week 2 with Andrew Luck and the Colts coming to town.9. Cincinnati Bengals2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 7Let Week 1 serve as a reminder of how good A.J. Green is. He dropped 180 yards against a secondary with Darrelle Revis. Green and the Bengals look to get their revenge against the Steelers this week.10. Oakland Raiders2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 11Dont worry, Jack, we arent trying to take your job. The numbers simply showed how gutsy it was to go for two. Thanks to that conversion, the Raiders will be looking for their first 2-0 start since 2002 when they host Atlanta this week.11. Kansas City Chiefs2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 9Alex Smith did more than just manage the game in the Chiefs Week 1 comeback win against the Chargers, passing for 363 yards, his second-most passing yards in a game. Smiths reward is a Week 2 date at Houston with J.J. Watt.12. Minnesota Vikings2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 12The Vikings defense scored two touchdowns in Week 1, the offense scored none. It resulted in a win, but that was against the Titans. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers will provide a tougher test in Week 2.13. Baltimore Ravens2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 15Joe Flacco returned to action in Week 1 with a 65.3 Total QBR and no interceptions. Flacco threw 12 interceptions in 10 games last season and had only two games with none. One of those games was against his Week 2 opponent, the Browns.14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 24Four touchdowns in a game is always impressive, but Jameis Winston did it against a weak Falcons defense. If Winston can repeat his performance, or come close to it, against the Cardinals this week, well have a better idea of where the Bucs are headed this season.15. New York Jets2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 10Ryan Fitzpatrick is the starter, but can he finish? In his past two fourth quarters, he is 8-of-19 with no touchdowns and four interceptions. Three of the interceptions came last season in Week 17 against the Bills, who beat the Jets twice last season and host them Thursday night.16. New York Giants2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 17The Giants held onto a lead and didnt mismanage the clock, so the Ben McAdoo era is already off to a roaring start with a win against Daallas.dddddddddddd The new-look defense faced a rookie in Week 1, but Drew Brees threw seven touchdowns against the G-Men last season, and hes coming to town in Week 2.17. Washington Redskins2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 14Kirk Cousins threw for at least one touchdown in all 16 games last season, but put up a goose egg in that category in the Redskins Week 1 loss. The Cowboys weak pass defense could be the cure for that in Week 2.18. Dallas Cowboys2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 23Dak Prescott might be a rookie, but he should still introduce himself to Dez Bryant. The duo connected once for 8 yards on five tries in Week 1. The Cowboys are 4-13 when Bryant is held under 35 yards in his career.19. Indianapolis Colts2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 18The Colts lost in Week 1, but Andrew Luck didnt throw an interception and took only two sacks, so they have to feel good about that. The reigning champs are up next, but Luck is 3-1 in his career against Denver, including the playoffs.20. Philadelphia Eagles2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 25Poise counts! Carson Wentz went 8-of-8 against the blitz in his NFL debut and led the Eagles to one of the most lopsided victories of Week 1. Will Wentz continue to shine brightly in Week 2s Monday night game against Chicago?21. Atlanta Falcons2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 22The good? Julio Jones got a friend in Mohamed Sanu, who had 80 yards receiving and a score in his Falcons debut. The bad? The Falcons forgot how to run, gaining 52 yards on 22 tries in Week 1. Theyll look to find balance at Oakland this week.22. Detroit Lions2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 20The wide receivers were supposed to be the focus for the Lions following Calvin Johnsons retirement, but the running backs accounted for 229 yards and three touchdowns in Week 1. They look to continue that momentum against the Titans, who limited Adrian Peterson to 31 yards, in Week 2.23. Jacksonville Jaguars2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 19The Jaguars need to provide some relief for Blake Bortles, and 48 total rushing yards on 26 tries is not the answer. The Jags might get that relief in Week 2 against the Chargers, who have allowed the third-most yards per rush since the start of last season.24. New Orleans Saints2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 27Since the start of last season, Saints opponents have thrown for 46 touchdowns and only nine interceptions. The Saints might need to score 50 points every week to win, which was exactly what they needed to do to beat the Giants last season. New Orleans is at the Giants in Week 2.25. San Diego Chargers2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 26It looked like San Diego solved one of its biggest problems, rushing, after Melvin Gordon scored his first two career rushing touchdowns. But the defense, the other big problem, doomed the Chargers in Week 1 and could doom them against a frisky Jaguars team in Week 2.26. Tennessee Titans2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 30The Titans scored 16 points in Week 1, didnt allow an offensive touchdown and still lost by nine. The Titans have lost five straight and are 2-14 with a minus-161 point differential in their past 16 games.27. Buffalo Bills2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 16The Bills mustered a whopping seven points in Week 1 and didnt even record a first down in the fourth quarter. But with the Jets coming to Buffalo in Week 2, that could change quickly. The Bills went 2-0 against coach Rex Ryans former team last season.28. Miami Dolphins2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 21Ryan Tannehill was sacked four times in Week 1 and had 137 of his 186 passing yards come after the catch. Hell need to be a lot better for Miami to compete, especially with the Patriots up next on the schedule.29. Chicago Bears2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 29Jay Cutler was sacked five times and pressured on 40 percent of his dropbacks (tied for highest in NFL) in the season opener. A sign of things to come? Well see if the Bears can right the ship Monday night against Philadelphia.30. San Francisco 49ers2016 record: 1-0 Week 1 ranking: No. 32Coach Chip Kelly sure knows how to make an entrance, but the 49ers dominated in Week 1 last season, too. A trip to Carolina in Week 2 will either knock the 49ers back down to Earth, or ... most likely and literally knock them down to Earth.31. Los Angeles Rams2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 28The Rams were the first team shut out in a season opener since ... the Rams in 2009. The Rams went 1-15 that season, and if they cant get the offense going against the Seahawks in Week 2, theyll be right on track with that 2009 team.32. Cleveland Browns2016 record: 0-1 Week 1 ranking: No. 31In a week defined by close games and monster comebacks, the Browns took a 19-point beating from a team with a rookie quarterback. The Browns now have a 38 percent chance of getting the first pick in 2017, according to NFL FPI, by far the highest in the league. ' ' '