UNLV officials have opted not to comment since unveiling the university’s new sports logo Wednesday, an apparent attempt to hope the initial furor by Rebels supporters dies down.
Changes to logos are common in college athletics. UNLV joined the crowd Wednesday with a new look that didn’t go over well with its supporters.
It’s one of the most compelling questions in sports. What if?
UNLV unveiled its new logo Wednesday, a new take on the Hey Reb! mountain man with a nod to Las Vegas. The response on social media was not kind.
Asking “what if” can be tantalizing and maddening. Las Vegas sports fans know the impact of that question.
UNLV junior outfielder Payton Squier was the first of six selections Wednesday, in the 16th round, and eight area players were taken in the three-day MLB draft.
UNLV senior Kaysee Pilgrim placed third in the high jump Saturday on the fourth and final day of the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
The golf season was special for UNLV and junior John Oda. The men’s team reached the elite eight of the NCAA championships and won the West Lafayette Regional and Mountain West tournament. The Rebels finished the year ranked 12th in the country.
Mountain West presidents announced that they want men’s basketball teams to play more competitive schedules. The presidents concluded their meetings Tuesday in Santa Barbara, California.
The Mountain West presidents are meeting in Santa Barbara, California. One of the main topics is improving the competitiveness of men’s basketball.