A surprising win over Fresno State and a week off lead up to UNLV’s return to Mountain West play today. The Rebels go on the road to face Utah State in a game that will be televised by ESPNews (Cox, 321). Kickoff is 1 p.m.
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UNLV will try to build on its victory two weeks ago against Fresno State when the Rebels visit Utah State on Saturday. The Aggies are down to their third-string quarterback, so there is an opportunity for the Rebels to pull off the upset.
UNLV’s Blake Decker has shown he has the ability to be a quality quarterback, but too often was undone by mistakes. But he made the correct decisions in his most recent game, and now he hopes to carry that performance forward.
Five things to look for when UNLV’s football team plays at Utah State on Saturday.
Brother Zach and Nick Vigil are Utah State’s top two tacklers, and they will be quite a load for UNLV to contend with Saturday in Logan, Utah.
The five players to watch in the UNLV-Utah State football game on Saturday.
Kids are interested in uniforms and depth charts. Parents in academics. Neither really cares that the Rebels are 2-5 this season.
Five key questions as UNLV prepares for Saturday’s football game at Utah State.
UNLV will face a Utah State football team that has lost its top two quarterbacks to injuries. The Aggies will start Craig Harrison on Saturday, and freshman Kent Myers also could be called upon.
The Brigham Young University Cougars will suit up in blackout uniforms when UNLV football makes a visit to Provo in November.
Hello Rebel fans! I attended a fabulous event last weekend at the Mendenhall Center that I wanted to share with you all. It was called “Slam Dunk Social” and it was open to all ladies over the age of 18. The event was a basketball clinic that offered behind-the-scenes experience and a crash course in Runnin’Rebel basketball.
The Review-Journal gauged the Mountain West teams based on their quarterbacks entering the season. With the season at the midway point, it’s time for an update.
UNLV kicker Nicolai Bornand was named Mountain West special teams player of the week after making two key field goals against Fresno State. Also, the Rebels’ game at Utah State on Oct. 25 will be televised by ESPNews at 1 p.m. PDT.
For the first 30 minutes of Friday night’s homecoming game at Sam Boyd Stadium, UNLV looked like it might be cruising to a victory over Fresno State. It seems victories never come easy for the Rebels these days, though.
UNLV kicker Nicolai Bornand, the one who handles kickoffs and long field goals, drilled a 33-yard field goal in overtime to give UNLV a much-needed victory and set off a frenzy among UNLV players on the Sam Boyd Stadium field.
Blake Decker had a very solid game, completing 29 of 40 passes for 332 yards and a score. He did throw an interception and probably saw two more potential picks dropped by Fresno State defenders, but those plays are wiped away by the victory.
UNLV’s football team was presented an opportunity Friday night, a chance for the Rebels to end their four-game losing streak and enter their only off-week of the season on the sort of high that has been near impossible to discover this season. It took them all of 60 minutes and an additional series of plays, but they finally embraced such a moment.
UNLV defeated Fresno State in overtime by a score of 30-27. It is the Rebels’ first win over the Bulldogs since 1984.
The will of the UNLV players is being tested, and how they handle adversity will be key when they play Fresno State. The teams meet at 7 p.m. Friday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
UNLV has scored on its first possession in five of six games. But after that, the 1-5 Rebels have fallen flat.
Five things to look for when UNLV’s football team plays Fresno State at 7 p.m. Friday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
UNLV meets a Fresno State team that has recovered from an 0-3 start by winning its past three games.
Five players to watch when UNLV’s football team plays Fresno State at 7 p.m. Friday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
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