Five things to look for when UNLV’s football team plays UNR at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
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Taylor Barnhill is one of 25 seniors preparing for his final UNLV football game. He has moved around the lineup without complaint, and this season he has been valuable at H-back.
UNR quarterback Cody Fajardo is exactly the type of quarterback the Rebels don’t want to see. They will try to keep him from making big plays on the ground and in the air when the teams meet Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Five players to watch when UNLV’s football team plays UNR at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
I would think fairness should matter to all athletic conferences across the country when it comes to membership and ensuring everyone within the framework has an equal opportunity at success. In this sense, the Mountain West and its TV contract for football has failed miserably for many schools, particularly UNLV.
This week, of course, is the big one against Reno, and it’s going to be a great day.
The Las Vegas Bowl likely will get Boise State or Colorado State out of the Mountain West, a team that should be ranked at the time of the Dec. 20 kickoff. The field is wide open in the Pac-12 Conference.
Five key questions as UNLV’s football team prepares for Saturday’s 7:30 p.m. game against UNR at Sam Boyd Stadium.
UNLV’s football team is putting Saturday’s 37-35 loss at Hawaii in the past. The Rebels have enough to think about with UNR coming to town this weekend.
The clock didn’t work in UNLV’s favor on Saturday at Hawaii. Now time is about to run out on the Rebels’ season, and they have to quickly bounce back from the tough loss with UNR coming to town.
A furious rally by quarterback Blake Decker couldn’t survive the magic of a touchdown pass with no time on the clock, and Hawaii defeated UNLV, 37-35, on Saturday night in Honolulu.
The football season became a lost cause weeks ago, the coach’s job is anything but secure, and the stability of the program is again in question. So if UNLV’s players were going to check out on what little remains of the season, it wouldn’t be a big surprise. Except the Rebels finish against opponents that should get their full attention.
Winds of change could be gusting in Honolulu on Saturday night, when Bobby Hauck, a beleaguered football coach on the hot seat, guides UNLV into one of his biggest games of the season.
Hawaii’s football program is losing money again, but the athletic department can’t afford to cut the program. The situation leaves athletic director Ben Jay with no easy answers.
Five things to look for when UNLV’s football team plays at Hawaii at 8 p.m. PST Saturday.
Hawaii’s Scott Harding, a punter who can kick with either foot, is a Ray Guy Award semifinalist. Oh and he plays wide receiver and returns punts. Not to mention a 28-year-old who used to play in the Australian Football League.
Redshirt freshman quarterback Jared Lebowitz played in UNLV’s past two games when starter Blake Decker got injured. Now Lebowitz might start Saturday at Hawaii.
It’s not hard to keep focused with just two games left, but it is setting in that my career here is winding down. I’m still checking things off my checklist and this will be my last road trip as a Rebel player.
Five players to watch when UNLV’s football team plays at Hawaii at 8 p.m. PST Saturday.
Five key questions as UNLV’s football team prepares to play at Hawaii at 8 p.m. PST Saturday.
UNLV’s football team has changed its travel plans to Hawaii, opting to leave a day later and stay in Waikiki Beach in hopes of ending its struggles there.
Scoring and statistics summary for the UNLV-Brigham Young football game.
Brigham Young took advantage of several missed opportunities by UNLV to beat the Rebels, 42-23. Rebels quarterback Blake Decker was injured in the third quarter and didn’t return.
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