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.
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Here’s how UNLV’s units did against Air Force at home on Saturday.
Because it’s still college football season — and because UNLV has regressed to its losing ways faster than anybody could have possibly imagined — the subject changes often whenever sports fans gather ’round here this time of year.
The Rebels lost again Saturday, and just how much the program has descended was on display in an embarrassing 48-21 loss to Air Force.
Air Force got off to a strong start and didn’t let up as UNLV lost to the Falcons 48-21.
Now that UNLV officially has been eliminated from bowl eligibility, the Rebels have to reset their goals. They hope for a big final month, beginning with Saturday’s game against Air Force at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Air Force has turned around its program after two disappointing seasons. Many reasons are behind the transformation as the Falcons prepare to play UNLV on Saturday.
Five things to watch for when UNLV’s football team plays Air Force at 1 p.m. Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
UNLV switched standout offensive left tackle Brett Boyko to left guard Saturday against New Mexico, and Kyle Saxelid received his first start at left tackle. Both players will probably finish the football season in those spots.
Five players to watch when UNLV’s football team plays Air Force at 1 p.m. Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
These are the five key questions as UNLV’s football team prepares to play Air Force at 1 p.m. Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
UNLV’s football team prepares to defend the triple option offense for the second week in a row when the Rebels host Air Force on Saturday. They lost to New Mexico 31-28 last Saturday.
UNLV walk-on kicker Brian McIntyre barely missed a 55-yard field goal that would have sent Saturday’s game against New Mexico into overtime. That left the Rebels with a 31-28 loss at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Bob Davie gave the Lobos an identity. Which begs a question: Does UNLV have one, and if so, what in the world is it besides losing?
The New Mexico Lobos survived a possible game-tying field goal to beat UNLV in Las Vegas 31-28.
UNLV coach Bobby Hauck had high hopes for this season after winning seven games and going to a bowl last year. But the team’s inconsistent play has spoiled his plans. “Doing things well one play and not the next is maddening for everybody,” he said.
Look for both football teams to try to establish the ground game when UNLV hosts New Mexico on Saturday. The Rebels, though, will try to make plays through the air as well.
Devante Davis figured to be the one chasing receiving records for UNLV this football season. Instead, it’s Devonte Boyd chasing school marks and putting himself in position to be Mountain West Freshman of the Year.
Five things to watch when UNLV’s football team plays New Mexico at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
New Mexico coach Bob Davie has no trouble remembering how Marc Philippi and Ron Scoggins switched their commitments to the Lobos to UNLV on the eve of signing day. The teams play each other Saturday.
Here are five players to watch when UNLV’s football team plays New Mexico at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Five key questions as UNLV’s football team prepares to play New Mexico at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
New Mexico coach Bob Davie plans to play two quarterbacks, Cole Gautsche and Lamar Jordan, the rest of the season. But they both run the same triple option offense, so UNLV shouldn’t have to make much of an adjustment depending on which player is in the game.