When you’ve got three guys handling the ball and committing just one turnover between them, that’s a good job.
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UNLV coach Dave Rice threatened to shake up his starting lineup this week, but he was not tipping his hand on the eve of the game. He wants to keep Steve Fisher guessing, and the truth is, no one knows what to expect.
The Rebels are struggling, having lost four of five games and needing binoculars to see the top of the Mountain West standings, a 1-3 side in conference that suddenly has an effort problem.
Eight football recruits will visit UNLV this weekend, including four who have committed to or signed with the Rebels. Three players are locals.
Deanna Weaver led three double-figure scorers for Boise State with 18 points Wednesday night as the Broncos downed UNLV 78-67 in a Mountain West basketball game at Cox Pavilion.
UNLV wide receiver Devonte Boyd was named to the Freshman All-America Team by the Football Writers Association of America.
They have cast their disfigured net at the College Football Hall of Fame even wider, expanded their reasoning for induction even broader, devised cursory explanations for some who are now welcome to even greater lengths. Which makes the continuing exclusion of Randall Cunningham even more absurd.
Youth is out the window now. Youth doesn’t dictate effort. First-graders can play hard all the time if they want, or at least if there is a special treat at snack time for those who look engaged. Chris Wood should take notice.
With the clock winding down and a shot to win in regulation, Rashad Vaughn pulled up from 25 feet and missed a jumper. And that was the beginning of the end for UNLV.
UNLV visits Taco Bell Arena tonight to take on the Boise State Broncos. Tip is at 8:00 p.m.
Anthony Drmic and Derrick Marks have formed a dynamic backcourt at Boise State for four years and are the two leading active scorers in Mountain West basketball. Here’s a look at Boise State ahead of UNLV-Boise State Tuesday night.
UNLV freshman Dwayne Morgan has found it tough to find a groove on the basketball court, but he finally can feel things starting to click. UNLV coach Dave Rice hopes Morgan can emerge as a consistent third scorer behind Rashad Vaughn and Chris Wood.
It was not exactly the homecoming Rashad Muhammad and Darryl Gaynor II had hoped for in their return to Las Vegas.
This was one of those double-scoop weeks for UNLV’s basketball team. Or should have been.
Rashad Vaughn recorded the first double-double of his career in Saturday night’s 74-40 victory over San Jose State. The freshman did it very efficiently, too. He had 15 points on 6 of 11 shooting and went 3-for-7 from 3-point range.
It was not one of those nights Rashad Vaughn will remember for a long time. It was a good night, though, because it helped UNLV’s freshman guard wipe away bad memories from earlier in the week.
Danielle Miller scored 30 points, including a tying jumper with 13 seconds left in regulation, to lead the UNLV women’s basketball team to a 72-68 overtime win over San Jose State in a Mountain West game Saturday in San Jose, Calif.
UNLV hosts San Jose State tonight at the Thomas & Mack. Tip is at 7:00 p.m.
Nobody ever told Dave Wojcik it would be easy to rebuild the San Jose State basketball program when he took the job before last season.
UNLV is falling from contender status as it prepares to host San Jose State at 7 p.m. today at the Thomas & Mack Center, where a struggle in the conference cellar does not figure to draw a captive audience.
The 84-year-old Hall of Fame basketball coach was released Wednesday from Valley Hospital Medical Center after spending almost a month there following a relapse of the pneumonia that initially hospitalized him in mid-November.
Changing the UNLV football program will take time, and new head coach Tony Sanchez is quite aware of what he faces. So are his new coordinators — Barney Cotton on offense and Kent Baer on defense.
Somehow, UNR was able to close the deal Wednesday at the Thomas & Mack Center. The Wolf Pack managed to stay step for step with UNLV for 40 minutes, and David Carter’s team did enough things right to escape with a 64-62 victory.