Jessie Vargas isn’t as busy as he used to be. But the closer you inch toward a world title shot, the more choosy you become as to who you fight.
This was most appropriate: That when it came time to produce a drive that would win a football game and finally terminate a road losing streak that had become stuff of (negative) lore around the UNLV program, Caleb Herring was the one to lead it.
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.
When the moment of truth came in the fourth quarter, UNLV responded as it seldom has in similar situations.
UNLV put together perhaps its most impressive drive of the football season to take the lead for good tonight, and the Rebels went on to beat New Mexico 56-42 at University Stadium.
Tiger Woods was voted PGA Tour player of the year for the 11th time on the strength of his five big wins and return to No. 1 in the world.
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.
The longtime valley resident Brendan Gaughan has been in town preparing for today’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Smith’s 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. And the 38-year-old veteran driver said he never has been more comfortable behind the wheel.
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.
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