Ryan Clement was the starting quarterback for the Las Vegas Outlaws of XFL I in 2001. He was more than a casual observer of the XFL’s reinvention that began last week.
Hall of Fame New Jersey sports writer Jerry Izenberg, 89, will end his streak and watch the big game from a sportsbook in Henderson on Sunday.
Born in Alaska to Nigerian parents, Bishop Gorman’s Edufuan Ulofoshio makes the grade in Pac-12, receives scholarship during viral video presentation.
Las Vegas Bowl director John Saccenti disputes The Associated Press report regarding attendance, saying not all tickets were scanned at Sam Boyd Stadium gates.
Stage Door Casino was among those to extend offers to Wayne Mabry — aka “Violator” — who said he had been priced out of following the Raiders to Las Vegas.
Playing as if it wanted to be elsewhere, Boise State was beaten 38-7 in the Las Vegas Bowl by a Washington team being coached for the last time by a familiar face.
Waybe Mabry, one of the Raiders’ most ardent and recognizable fans, said he won’t be able to follow the team to Las Vegas because season tickets cost too much.
Instead of a last hurrah, the Raiders went out of Oakland-Alameda Coliseum with another whimper, blowing a late lead and losing 20-16 to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
After being fired by UNLV last week, Tony Sanchez suggested college football coaches who jump directly from high school might be doomed to fail.
Tony Sanchez showed class in facing the music and the media after being fired as UNLV’s football coach following five losing seasons — unlike Mike Sanford when he was ousted by the school.