In his last game as the UNLV football head coach, Tony Sanchez and his players were able to beat their in-state rival in UNR 33-30 in overtime. But before being able to celebrate the victory, a fight broke out in the end zone involving players and fans.
The Fremont Cannon will remain red after UNLV beat UNR 33-30 in overtime on Saturday evening. Unfortunately, the victory might be overshadowed by a huge brawl that happened immediately following the game. Rebel Nation crew Ed Graney and Mark Anderson break it all down.
After UNLV beat UNR 33-30 in overtime, a brawl broke out between players and fans.
UNLV football will prepare for its final game of the season, and the last under head coach Tony Sanchez as it was announced that he will be let go after the Nov. 30 matchup against in-state rival, UNR. Rebel Nation crew Cassie Soto and Mark Anderson are in Reno with a game preview.
Richard Roman takes the Las Vegas Review-Journal through a tour of his abandoned mine in Boulder City, which he calls home. Roman has lived in the mine for seven years.
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Gov. Steve Sisolak announce three Nevada dental board members are stepping down, and two top staffers were terminated. (Renee Summerour/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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Las Vegas police are investigating after a car struck a pedestrian and crashed into a Smith’s grocery store in the east valley. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)