Who knew when UNLV's Blake Decker completed that 6-yard touchdown pass to Devonte Boyd with 9:17 left in the Sept. 19 game at Michigan, those would be the last points against the Wolverines for about a month or so?
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The lights are on, the stands are full and high school football games are going on across the Las Vegas valley.
Did you hear the one about when Tony Sanchez as football coach at Bishop Gorman High was afraid of an opposing local team? No, there isn't a punchline.
The last time coach Tony Sanchez brought a football team to Reno, he walked away with Bishop Gorman's sixth consecutive high school state championship. So he knows what it's like to win in Reno.
The 2007 New England Patriots are the only NFL team ever to go 16-0 in the regular season. What are the odds that the 2015 Patriots or Green Bay Packers can repeat the feat?
Being called a nice guy is sometimes a backhanded compliment, and by almost all accounts, Georgia football coach Mark Richt is a nice guy. He's also cunning enough to survive in a cutthroat business. The problem is, he does not thrive in the biggest games. He wins a lot of games and has a pleasant personality, so he still has a job.
Hurricane Joaquin, once forecast to be a major threat to the East Coast, may still cause some havoc on the sports world this weekend.
Justin Tucker's third field goal of the game, a 52-yarder with 5:08 remaining in overtime, gave the Baltimore Ravens their first win of the season, 23-20 over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night.
UNLV's annual football game against UNR is big enough by itself, with both teams desperate to own the Fremont Cannon and bragging rights for a year. There's even more at stake this season.
TeamRankings.com, which uses a computer-based model, projects success for UNLV's football team the remainder of the season.
Matt Youmans, Kelly Stewart and Golden Nugget sports book director Tony Miller preview the college football and NFL weekend.
With Ben Roethlisberger under center, the Pittsburgh Steelers would've been favored by 4 points over the rival Baltimore Ravens in today's "Thursday Night Football" game at Heinz Field.
The Baltimore Ravens (0-3) will be looking for their first win this season when they visit Heinz Field tonight to face the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-1) for a Thursday Night Football showdown. Here's how you can tune in.
When Fred Wilson wound up in a walking boot last week, that gave redshirt freshman cornerback Tim Hough his first career start. And did he ever take advantage of the opportunity.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said the Washington Redskins should keep their controversial name despite complaints from some Native American groups and members of Congress that it is racist.
Tom Brady apparently wants to take a mulligan for his recent endorsement of golfing buddy Donald Trump for president.
In a catch that's been widely hailed as the best in Division III football history, Knox College receiver Ilir Emini kicks an underthrown ball in the air to keep it alive and then hauls it in while lying on the field for a 37-yard reception in Saturday's 20-6 win over Lawrence in Appleton, Wis.
When Tony Sanchez took the UNLV football coaching job in December, he made clear he would run a power offense that relied heavily on the run.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks pleaded not guilty to sexual battery on Tuesday in Santa Clara County (Calif.) Superior Court.
A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday said it will hear the National Football League's appeal of a judge's ruling overturning New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game "Deflategate" suspension in early February.
Unless audio surfaces to support Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton's claim that referee Ed Hochuli said he "wasn't old enough" to get a personal foul call in Sunday's win over the New Orleans Saints, the NFL won't look into the matter further, a league source told ESPN.com on Tuesday.
Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles mocked Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' signature "Discount Double Check" title belt celebration Monday night after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter of Kansas City's 38-28 loss to Green Bay.
Samuel L. Jackson is a diehard Georgia football fan, but instead of taking shots at rivals Georgia Tech, Florida or Auburn on Saturday, the actor trolled Oregon on Twitter after the Ducks were whipped 62-20 by Utah.