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Rebels try to balance bowl fun, business

Having coached in bowls as well as the weekly pressure cooker that is the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs, UNLV coach Bobby Hauck has no doubt in his mind which system he prefers.

UW-Stevens Point embodies purity of D-III basketball

If you were at the South Point over the weekend and made a wrong turn at the Garden Buffet, you might have stumbled onto a basketball game that looked like 1964. Nearly all of the players had short hair, with the taller ones appearing to be 6 feet 3 inches. They did not dunk the basketball. They took care of it, though, and they ran plays. They set screens for each other, passed to each other, cheered for each other.

Weidman was ready for Silva kick

There were a lot of adjectives used to describe the gruesome broken left leg suffered by Anderson Silva in the main event of UFC 168 on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden.

Former Formula 1 driver Schumacher in critical condition

Seven-time Formula One champion Michael Schumacher was in critical condition after undergoing brain surgery following a skiing accident in the French Alps on Sunday, doctors said.

Falcons have shown signs of life

Due to a last-minute comeback directed by quarterback Cam Newton, the Carolina Panthers are on the verge of something that seemed improbable in September.

4 other bowls we’d like to see the Rebels in

When you haven’t been to a bowl game in 13 years, you can’t be picky. That being said, here are 4 bowls we’d like to see the Rebels play in.

Rebels repay fans’ loyalty

Joan Dimmitt had a dream, or maybe it was a premonition.

Outgoing president plans to back Rebels

DALLAS — Neal Smatresk has chosen to laugh at what could be a predicament if he chose to make it one.

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