The Rebels are heading into their first bowl game in 13 years as 6.5-point underdogs. Their opponent’s campus is a mere 43 miles from the stadium where the game will be played. But here are two reasons they can win the Heart of Dallas Bowl.
Dealey Plaza is one of those places that each time you visit, you learn something new or realize you missed an important exhibit on a previous stop.
A lot of football bettors figure to be asleep in a dark room when senior quarterback Caleb Herring leads UNLV into the national spotlight today. A traditionally big day of bowl games is not what it used to mean for the sports books.
Group photos and news conferences leading up to Wednesday’s game were the order of the day as UNLV prepares to play North Texas in the Heart of Dallas Bowl.
A quick look at the national media buzz surrounding the Heart of Dallas Bowl reveals … very little buzz, but don’t let that fool you.
UNLV junior wide receiver Devante Davis is preoccupied with the Heart of Dallas Bowl for now, but soon he will decide whether to turn pro a year early.
Three hours, 37 minutes. That’s how far it is from the Cotton Bowl to North Shore High in Houston, from where some key UNLV football players will compete in the program’s first bowl game since 2000 on Wednesday to where they played for a prep program led by one of the winningest coaches in Texas history.
The indications North Texas would play much better defense began occurring last year. but to think before the season the Mean Green would end their nine-year bowl drought because of defense would be the same as believing Dallas’ confusing street grid was well-planned.
What a place, Southfork Ranch in Parker, Texas, where the series “Dallas” was filmed for all but one of its 13 seasons and is now home to a continuation drama of the popular show.
How many people around here wish UNLV were playing Arkansas or somebody like that in its bowl game on Wednesday morning? (Ooh! Ooh-Ooh! That was me raising my hand and doing an Arnold Horshack impression.)