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Mountain West teams meeting in bowl speaks loudly about Mountain West

I have never been one of those anti-bowl game guys. Never been one to care much about how many postseason college football affairs are played. But when the Nova Home Loans Arizona Bowl kicks off today in Tucson, the perception of Mountain West football will endure a devastating punch to the gut.

Sturdy ground game flattens Hawaii, keys UNLV’s third win

It’s skewed in a way. The total through nine games includes a 517-yard effort against awful Idaho State, which I am fairly certain the lunatic wearing a red hat and acting as lead cheerleader on UNLV’s football sideline each week could run for over 100 against.

UNLV, others take advantage as Hawaii ignores home-grown talent

Peni Vea wasn’t alone in his desire to get off the rock, one of many born and raised in Hawaii who covet a chance to experience another place, another sense of culture and tradition. No, really.

UNLV faces its measuring stick in Boise State

It’s not the sort of arms race those in Power 5 conferences engage in annually. We’re not comparing a Dassault Falcon to a Gulfstream. More like a Beechcraft to a glider.

Fresno State at a loss to explain victory drought

The poster is from 2001 and hangs in the office of Vernon Fox, a reminder of another time for Fresno State football, another era.

Palandech’s passing game only passable

When they turn out the lights and flip on the film, when they begin to dissect a 33-27 overtime loss to a beatable San Jose State side on Saturday night, UNLV football coaches will likely come to this conclusion: They just might have gotten the most Kurt Palandech could offer.

Rowdy rivalry draws in UNLV’s Sanchez

Did you hear the one about when Tony Sanchez as football coach at Bishop Gorman High was afraid of an opposing local team? No, there isn’t a punchline.

Power 5 becoming even more dominant

Do you know that saying about being a symptom of something much worse? Yeah. That’s what 2-16 is. That’s what being outscored by an average of 39-18 in those football games is. That’s the reality facing Mountain West teams and all others existing within the insignificant and dismal reality of a non-Power 5 conference today.

Rebels take in history of ‘The Big House’

Tony Sanchez gathered his UNLV football players at midfield Friday afternoon, their shoes covering part of the big, yellow, renowned letter. M.

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