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Twitter loves UNLV’s thrashing of SDSU, hates the uniforms

The Rebels thrashed San Diego State University on Saturday night at Sam Boyd Stadium, thanks in large part to Devante Davis and Caleb Herring. Twitter was excited, but also found time to attack UNLV’s choice of uniform.

Lady Rebels fall to Fordham in tournament

Alana Cesarz hit 6 of 12 shots from the field, including all three of her 3-point attempts, but her 18 points weren’t enough to overcome two 20-point scorers for Fordham as UNLV fell 72-63 in the first round of the Lady Rebel Round-Up on Saturday at Cox Pavilion.

Rose injury has Adidas scrambling for backup plan

Sports apparel giant Adidas might have to find a backup plan after building its multimillion-dollar NBA marketing campaign around the Chicago Bulls’ Derrick Rose, whose injured right knee will cost him the rest of the 2013-14 season.

Mentors crucial to Northwestern coach

Chris Collins knew that his calling in basketball probably would be as a coach. So when Northwestern selected Collins to replace Bill Carmody in March, no one should have been surprised.

Giants less of a mess than Redskins, figure to cover

It’s that time when adversity sets in, hope disappears and some NFL teams get torn apart while facing the certainty of a losing year. But coach Tom Coughlin is not going to allow any of that nonsense to wreck the New York Giants, at least not yet.

Navajo Code Talker says Redskins name not a slur

A leader of the Navajo Code Talkers who appeared at a Washington Redskins home football game said Wednesday the team name is a symbol of loyalty and courage — not a slur as asserted by critics who want it changed.

Rakoczy eager to seize ‘TUF’ opportunity

When Season 18 of “The Ultimate Fighter” began, it would have been difficult to find anyone picking Jessica Rakoczy to win the women’s tournament on the reality TV show.

Aztecs can fill role as No. 2 rival for Rebels on the gridiron

It never will, and shouldn’t, reach the level of intensity that is UNLV-UNR each fall, but perhaps by borrowing a page from their basketball programs, UNLV and San Diego State football also can discover a happy medium of disgust that only a true rivalry can offer.

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