UNLV interim basketball coach Todd Simon went down the depth chart at center when meeting Tuesday with the media. Dwayne Morgan, a 6-foot 8-inch forward, now is No. 1, followed by 6-7 forward Derrick Jones Jr., 6-6 guard Jordan Cornish and 6-7 guard Patrick McCaw.
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The big game is finally here. The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers battle for the Super Bowl 50 title today at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Here's everything you need to know to watch.
UFC lightweight Josh Burkman defeated KJ Noons at UFC Fight Night 82. Burkman thinks he could've fought better and had a better weight cut as well.
UFC heavyweight Stipe Miocic talks about the emotional roller coaster he was on after being offered a title fight against Fabricio Werdum, then seeing the bout scratched within 24 hours.
After getting his first UFC win over Mike Jackson, Mickey Gall got to square off in the Octagon against his next opponent, former WWE wrestler CM Punk. Gall predicts that he'll score another first round finish when they trade leather.
It could be our inherent stubbornness, the part of us that continues to look through the eyes of the past and won't allow ourselves to see what the present offers. Generations pass. The gap widens. Change occurs.
A frustrated Kathy Olivier couldn't help but to blurt out "I wanted that game bad" after a postgame interview Saturday.
Denver is making its eighth trip, having won Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII. The Broncos are a charter member of the American Football League dating to 1960. Carolina, founded as the league's 29th franchise in 1993 and having begun play two years later, lands in its second title game. It lost to the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVIII.
The Carolina Panthers are 5½-point favorites over the Denver Broncos and the total is 45 in today's game. A survey of opinions from Review-Journal staff members, other media, oddsmakers and professional handicappers:
Despite all of the hype that mainly involves Cam Newton, Peyton Manning and the hundreds of propositions, for me, the Super Bowl 50 matchup comes down to the basics. One of those tried and true, basic principles is that defense usually wins big games, and this Denver defense is something special.
It took almost two weeks before some Super Bowl bettors bought into the other side of the story, but significant money is finally siding with Peyton Manning and the underdog Denver Broncos.
UNLV already was small going into Saturday's game, and the Rebels got even smaller. They already were short-handed, then watched Stephen Zimmerman Jr. get helped off the basketball court. They trailed by 17 points midway through the second half, all hope seemingly lost.
Former WWE wrestler Phil "CM Punk" Brooks talks about his imminent UFC debut and his future opponent, Mickey Gall
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship light heavyweight champ Jon Jones will make his return to the organization in Las Vegas.
UFC women's bantamweight champion Holly Holm talks about how much life has changed since defeating Ronda Rousey and her preparation for Miesha Tate.
While everyone overanalyzes Super Bowl 50, it's time to take a look back at the best and worst title games. Here are my Super Bowl rankings, from worst to best:
I'll approach my Super Bowl 50 wagering on the fact that Denver has the NFL's No. 1 defense.
Anytime former Ultimate Fighting Championship welterweight champ Johny Hendricks was asked last week about facing one of the organization's best strikers Saturday night, he scoffed and listed the fighters who were supposed to have dominated him in the standup game and failed.
In a town that produced the National League's Most Valuable Player (Bryce Harper) and Rookie of the Year (Kris Bryant) in Major League Baseball last season, Las Vegas also will feature a linebacker on the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers when Super Bowl 50 kicks off Sunday at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
The Rebels are 2-point favorites in their Mountain West showdown at Fresno State today. The game tips at 4 p.m. PST.
It's this time of year when Mike Cofer is reminded of having twice kicked a football on the game's biggest stage, and also that people can be (expletives) sometimes.
A television commercial for sports book operator William Hill US may not help banished baseball great Pete Rose in his efforts to get in the Hall of Fame.
Breaking down the UNLV basketball team's game at Fresno State at 4 p.m. Saturday: