Rick Trachok, chairman of the University of Nevada Board of Regents, will propose that regents no longer vote on coaches’ contracts. The onus will be on the university president to put together a fiscally responsible deal.
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The pilot program is a partnership between Findlay Toyota and the leadership firm Xs & Os of Success, one that has identified 50 freshmen at Palo Verde High that focuses on growing students socially while developing leadership skills.
The UNLV-UNR football game is back on Thanksgiving weekend, as the Mountain West obliged in releasing the conference portion of the schedule.
Illinois linebacker LaKeith Walls is transferring to UNLV. As a fifth-year senior, Walls is eligible to play for the Rebels in the 2016 season.
On Tuesday, UNLV lost defensive line coach Joe Seumalo, who helped the Rebels make the second-biggest improvement in run defense in the FBS last season. On Friday, according to multiple reports, UNLV replaced Seumalo with Tony Samuel, who oversaw the nation's most-improved run defense last year at Georgia State.
UNLV defensive line coach Joe Seumalo is leaving the Rebels after one season to take the same position at Arizona State, according to multiple reports.
When UNLV played at Michigan's storied Big House last season, it was a priceless experience for the Rebels players, who will have a tale to tell for the rest of their lives despite the 28-7 defeat.
The Mountain West on Thursday announced the 2016 non-conference football schedules for all 12 league schools.
UNLV will host Jackson State on Thursday, Sept. 1 in its 2016 football season opener at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Best friends and team captains for the two-time defending national champion Gaels, Jaron Caldwell and Julio Garcia II were the first two players to commit to the Rebels' 2016 recruiting class, arguably the best in UNLV history.
The letters of intent started rolling into UNLV via fax machine at 5 a.m. today on National Signing Day. By 9 a.m., the Rebels' stellar 2016 football recruiting class was signed, sealed and delivered to the school.
Hired by UNLV in December 2014, Rebels football coach Tony Sanchez had less than three months to cobble together his first recruiting class. Given a full year since then to compile UNLV's 2016 crop, Sanchez and his staff have produced arguably the best recruiting class in school history.
With national signing day on Wednesday, the UNLV football team is hoping to put the finishing touches on one of its best recruiting classes in school history by adding Isaiah Bean, a heavily recruited defensive end from the Houston suburb of Humble, Texas.
A domed stadium proposed for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas football team has a price tag of $1.2 billion, and developers would seek $780 million in public financing, according to a document provided by Las Vegas Sands Corp., which is leading a consortium behind the project.
For the sake of this discussion, let's assume shovels will be placed in the ground at the $1 billion domed arena site on the edge of UNLV's campus. And that the NFL rescinds its leather-helmet view of legal and highly monitored gambling on pro football.
This is no Iowa cornfield, and the only farming I have done lately is to roll a broken lawn mower out to the curb for a garage sale, but if you close your eyes and imagine what more than $1 billion might deliver Las Vegas in terms of a domed stadium, you just might see all that Ray Kinsella built and more.
A day after UNLV landed its potential quarterback of the future in three-star recruit Armani Rogers, the Rebels added a potential future target for the 6-foot-5-inch signal caller Friday night in two-star wide receiver Mekhi Stevenson.
It was at this time last year in a ballroom at the Phoenix Convention Center when Roger Goodell was posed a familiar question at his annual state of the league address at the Super Bowl: Did the commissioner think Las Vegas could sustain an NFL team?
A few months removed from a wrenching 31-28 loss at Fresno State, UNLV won a recruiting battle with the Bulldogs for three-star quarterback Armani Rogers.
Perhaps nobody was more thrilled Thursday about the proposal by the Las Vegas Sands Corp. to build a $1 billion domed stadium with at least 65,000 seats near UNLV that would be home to the school's football team — and possibly the Oakland Raiders — than Tony Sanchez.
Casino giant Las Vegas Sands Corp. will lead a consortium of investors planning to build a $1 billion domed stadium on 42 acres near the University of Nevada, Las Vegas that would house the school's football team — and possibly a National Football League franchise.
A few months removed from a wrenching 31-28 loss at Fresno State, UNLV is hoping for a reversal of fortune Thursday in a recruiting battle with the Bulldogs for three-star quarterback Armani Rogers.
Two-star wide receiver Andre "AJ" Collins is the latest player to commit to a UNLV recruiting class ranked by Rivals.com as No. 1 in the Mountain West conference and tied for No. 63 in the nation.