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.
Tony Sanchez gathered his UNLV football players at midfield Friday afternoon, their shoes covering part of the big, yellow, renowned letter. M.
UNLV plays a football game at Michigan on Saturday, and the 34-point spread gives you an idea about how those who set lines believe the Rebels will fare in one of the most iconic of college stadiums.
Here is the origin: It comes from a 1738 play by a French fellow named Leonor Jean Christine Soulas d’Allainval, which I dare you to say 10 times fast and not sound like Gilbert Gottfried ordering breakfast from a cafe in Paris.
Say this for Tony Sanchez: He has spread the word about UNLV football like a politician might his platform around Iowa cornfields.
When he took his final breath at 4 a.m. on June 13, Malachi Briggs was 7 years old and no longer able to fight the cancer that had ravaged his body. He was at home in Las Vegas, in hospice care, his tumors inoperable and his loving spirit preparing to pass to a peaceful place without pain and catheters.