UNLV wide receiver Devante Davis and punter Logan Yunker were named Mountain West players of week.
With a break here or there, the San Diego Chargers could be unbeaten and quarterback Philip Rivers’ hot start would be celebrated.
USC fired Lane Kiffin early Sunday morning, not long after the team lost 62-41 at Arizona State.
Junior running back Kobe Williams rushed for 110 yards and a touchdown to carry Agassi Prep to a 21-6 win over Needles (Calif.) on Saturday at Rancho.
Weekly news conferences with Bill Belichick wind up being hilarious simply because he is humorless. It’s all mumbling and terse answers from a football genius wearing a frown and a hooded sweatshirt.
UNLV might again come away a loser when it plays New Mexico Saturday in the Mountain West opener for both teams, but after consecutive victories for the first time in nearly five years, little question exists the Rebels are confident. They also are 2-point favorites.
Canyon Springs came out of the locker room to start the second half Friday night looking for a spark.
At this point last season, Alabama looked unbeatable. This year, coach Nick Saban appears to have a team that can be had.
The No. 5-ranked Las Vegas scored 56 first-half points on 17 offensive plays en route to their 18th straight victory in the “Bone Game.” The 70 points and 64-point margin of victory set records in the history of the series, which dates to 1957.
The calendar has not even turned to October, but that didn’t stop the Faith Lutheran football team from embracing the importance of Friday’s Division I-A Sunset League opener.