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Rebels drop Mountain West opener to Wyoming

A crowd of 6,011 witnessed a New Year’s Eve thriller as Wyoming senior Larry Nance Jr. traded shots with UNLV sophomore Chris Wood and pushed Wyoming to a 76-71 in a Mountain West opener at the Arena-Auditorium in Laramie.

Lessons to be learned at heels of Cowboys

What you are witnessing is Dave Rice’s prophecy coming true, and within it will be these sorts of close losses to an experienced team. But as the games and weeks and possessions pass, UNLV basketball improves.

Lady Rebels end slide, begin MW play with victory over Wyoming

On Wednesday, with the calendar ready to turn to 2015, the Lady Rebels rallied from eight points down in the second half and held off Wyoming 58-55 at Cox Pavilion in the Mountain West opener for both teams.

Jury confident in his skill set for UFC 182 tussle

UFC 40 was a seminal moment in the development of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. It also served as a driving force in the development of Myles Jury from a kid training in martial arts to someone who saw a potential career in fighting.

Div. III players overachieve under the rim

Martin Luther was a 16th-century German friar who wrote the Ninety-Five Theses about religious indulgences, or the selling of them, thereby sparking the Protestant Reformation.

Chaparral girls make strides in OT loss

The end result wasn’t what Chaparral’s girls basketball team wanted Wednesday. But there was no denying the Cowboys continue to show improvement.

No agreement in place, but race books to stay open

On a day when all thoroughbred racehorses celebrate being a year older, horseplayers in race books throughout Nevada also have a reason to celebrate today as the signal emanating from Aqueduct in New York will go on uninterrupted for now.

Holiday cold front should warm ice fishermen’s hearts

Call me sentimental, nostalgic or maybe even a little on the mature side, but it is New Year’s Day. So I will begin this column by wishing all of you a Happy New Year. Perhaps this is the old school thing to do, but I do miss the days when everyone wished each other a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. That was before the holiday season was completely driven by retail interests and political correctness.

Nevada fishing report

Vegas Wash continues to produce plenty of bait for anglers looking to catch a few striped bass, many of which are being caught not far from this area.

Georgia Tech powers past Mississippi State in Orange Bowl

Georgia Tech and Mississippi State put on an offensive show in combining for more than 1,100 yards in total offense, but it was Tech’s ability to convert turnovers into points and come up with key stops that secured the Yellow Jackets’ 49-34 victory Wednesday night in the Capital One Orange Bowl.

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