After two months of practices and seven games, UNLV freshman Rashad Vaughn has seen and heard enough. The time for using youth to explain away losses has passed.
Long before going over to the dark side, leaving sportswriting for the celebrity realm, I found myself on the sidelines with the most famous high school football coach in the country.
Tony Sanchez was officially introduced as UNLV’s 11th football coach at a news conference Thursday. “I know it was a bold statement when I was chosen for this position,” Sanchez said. “I couldn’t be more energetic and more driven to see UNLV football moving in a positive direction.”
The question everyone wanted answered went unanswered at UNLV’s press conference on Thursday afternoon. And that was disappointing.