New UNLV football coach Bobby Hauck is bringing a new brand of discipline and planning to the Rebels after seven successful years at Montana, who played in three national title games in the former I-AA. Anything close to that kind of success in the Mountain West Conference might make Rebels fans happy. But the very private Hauck is much more than an accomplished football coach.
Quarterback Taylor Barnhill has already committed to UNLV. Now he gets to visit.
UNLV’s football team nabbed its sixth local player of this recruiting season when Desert Oasis High School offensive lineman Cameron Jefferson committed Sunday.
Tight end was not a prominent position in previous UNLV football coach Mike Sanford’s offense. It apparently will be under new coach Bobby Hauck.
Running back Dionza Bradford’s second look at UNLV was at least as good as his first. He first committed to the Rebels, but switched to San Diego State after UNLV fired Mike Sanford as coach in November. When Bobby Hauck was hired to replace Sanford, Bradford decided to give UNLV another shot.
Running back Dionza Bradford first committed to play football at UNLV but switched to San Diego State after coach Mike Sanford was fired in November.
Quarterbacks have plenty to think about, from reading defenses to avoiding blitzing linebackers.
Football coach Bobby Hauck’s message Monday morning in his first team meeting at UNLV was relatively brief — and that was the point.
New UNLV football coach Bobby Hauck didn’t take long to make a positive impression on local high school talent.
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