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Tony Sanchez still has much work to do at UNLV

While the Rebels will cite various statistics to paint a picture of some improvement on the field, such development isn’t near the level it needs to be for sustained success.

Rebels fight until the end, but contending remains a distant goal

The Rebels hung in for a half before Boise State flexed its muscles for a 42-25 victory Friday night. But there remains more hints than not that things are moving, slowly but surely, in the right direction.

Rebels run wild in winning crazy shootout against Wyoming

When the entirety of Sam Boyd Stadium exhaled late Saturday afternoon from the sheer lunacy that had just transpired, UNLV’s football team had earned itself a three-overtime win against favored Wyoming because of a simple but significant element.

To build a winner at UNLV, Tony Sanchez can’t spit the bit

Wyoming is another example that winning can be created different ways at different places. That perhaps more important than anything else for a new coach, understanding one’s culture stands above all else.

San Diego Chargers’ next move probably isn’t Las Vegas

No one expected Ballot Measure C in San Diego to gain near the needed two-thirds majority to pass. With 16 percent of precincts reporting Tuesday night, the measure was well on its way to failing badly.

When the bell rings, Rebels better come out fighting

Before the Colorado State game, UNLV coach Tony Sanchez was like a prize fighter ready for battle, which made this all the more perplexing: His team never left its corner at the first bell.

Rebels need defense to step up and make plays

UNLV started seven seniors and two juniors on defense, so the constant narrative we hear about the Rebels being young and inexperienced while rebuilding certainly doesn’t apply to that side of the ball.

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