UNLV was picked to finish fourth in the West Division of the Mountain West. Wide receiver Devante Davis and offensive linemen Brett Boyko and Robert Waterman were named to the preseason all-conference football team.
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UNLV football coach Bobby Hauck used to sell a dream, now he’s got a bowl appearance to sell recruits. On Wednesday, he announces his first recruiting class at UNLV that follows a winning season and a bowl appearance.
With signing day a week away, UNLV’s football team picked up three commitments this week.
UNLV welcomed at least four football recruits on official visits this weekend.
UNLV football coach Bobby Hauck will take home $700,000 annually under his new three-year contract approved Friday by the Board of Regents.
In the Jerry Maguire model of the agent-player dynamic that goes beyond a business relationship, Craig Schaeffer offers Frank Summers a place to stay when he’s in Sarasota, Fla.
UNLV welcomes at least four football recruits to campus this weekend, including two who already committed to the Rebels.
UNLV did more than give football coach Bobby Hauck a new three-year contract and raise.
UNLV will have to find replacements for quarterback Caleb Herring and running back Tim Cornett, but star wide receiver Devante Davis has decided to stay and play for the Rebels next fall.
The UNLV Rebels football team played its first bowl game since 2000 at the Heart of Dallas Bowl in Dallas on Jan. 1, a coda to a surprising year in which the team had its first winning season in more than a decade.
Happy New Year Rebel Fans! I hope you all had a safe and happy New Year. As you probably know, I spent it in Dallas with my son and many Rebel friends so we could see UNLV play in the Heart of Dallas Bowl against the North Texas Mean Green. We made...
This is how much quarterback Caleb Herring meant to UNLV. Now that his playing days are over for the Rebels, they’re not ready to let him go.
The first tear slid slowly down his right cheek, unhurried in its progress as if every speck of skin should absorb its purpose. The connection between losing and UNLV football was accepted for so long, unfeigned emotion following a defeat had over time become indiscernible.
HOW THEY SCORED
UNLV couldn’t have played much better defense in the first half, holding North Texas to seven points as the teams took a tie game into halftime. But North Texas moved the ball in the second half and kept UNLV’s defense on the field.
North Texas didn’t make life easy on UNLV quarterback Caleb Herring, pressuring him throughout its 36-14 win over the Rebels in Wednesday’s Heart of Dallas Bowl.
North Texas took advantage of a tiring UNLV defense to score four touchdowns in the second half and win the Heart of Dallas Bowl 36-14 today before an announced crowd of 38,380 at Cotton Bowl Stadium.
Having a winning season three times in 20 years doesn’t give you much to get excited about. But this season was exciting.
North Texas head coach Dan McCarney is 60, and in a 14-month span in 2012 and 2013, he suffered a major stroke and underwent quadruple bypass surgery but returned to work five days after the latter procedure. That’s him. Tough as nails and a little wacko.
Most coaches say they value special teams, but North Texas lives by that belief.
The Rebels are heading into their first bowl game in 13 years as 6.5-point underdogs. Their opponent’s campus is a mere 43 miles from the stadium where the game will be played. But here are two reasons they can win the Heart of Dallas Bowl.
Dealey Plaza is one of those places that each time you visit, you learn something new or realize you missed an important exhibit on a previous stop.
A lot of football bettors figure to be asleep in a dark room when senior quarterback Caleb Herring leads UNLV into the national spotlight today. A traditionally big day of bowl games is not what it used to mean for the sports books.