UNLV will open its season Saturday on the road against a San Diego State team that went 10-3 last season and has one of the nation’s top defenses.
Three options will be available — UNITED, EQUALITY and C.H.A.N.G.E. The latter stands for Come together, Have a voice, Advocate, Not Alone, Growth and Engagement.
Every five years or so, someone else is hired to assume the role of UNLV head football coach. Marcus Arroyo is next up.
Fans will be in the stands for UNLV’s first two football games at Allegiant Stadium after the school’s plan was approved by local and state officials Friday.
Kenyon Oblad started nine games for the Rebels last season, but the sophomore from Liberty High School is one of three quarterbacks listed on the depth chart.
First-year Rebels coach Marcus Arroyo to choose from among three quarterbacks heading into COVID-delayed opening game against San Diego State.
The Rebels are preparing for their opener against San Diego State while hoping to have as many players available as possible amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UNLV football game against UNR, the Rebels’ first in Allegiant Stadium, will be at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 31 and will be televised on Fox Sports 1.
Las Vegas was awarded a men’s basketball regional and hockey’s Frozen Four, and the city has its eyes on the Final Four and College Football Playoff National Championship.
Nothing has come easily for Marcus Arroyo since he was named the 11th football coach in UNLV history in December. The Rebels open the season Oct. 24 against San Diego State.