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Another side of Dana White

As he watched his son play football, Dana White smiled. He did not have an episode with the referees. He did not use swear words. He was the ideal father, like Mr. Cunningham in “Happy Days.”

Truck series evolving, this time into youth

In the NASCAR hierarchy and chain of command, the Camping World Truck Series that made its annual stop at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday night is considered Double A in scope, style and substance. It’s sort of like the Texas League in baseball.

Ron Hornaday Jr. keeps on trucking

Some 20 years after he nearly quit racing, veteran driver returns to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for NASCAR truck series Rhino Linings 350.

The day all the ‘Skis scored

Forget “Polish Baseball Power.” Sig Sakowicz’s dream came true on the football field Sunday as Sebastian Janikowski, Rob Gronkowski and Stephen Gostkowski combined to score all 25 points in the Patriots-Raiders game.

While Goodell fumbles as commish, new book celebrates Rozelle’s savvy

If you spend any time around Jerry Izenberg, the 84-year-old Henderson resident and sports columnist emeritus of the Newark (N.J.) Star-Ledger — columnist emeritus is a title he bestowed upon himself; it pretty much means he gets to write about horse racing whenever he wants — then you know he also is a storyteller emeritus.

QB Andre Ware led the revolution at Houston

Houston routed UNLV, 69-0, in the season opener of 1989. The Cougars’ wide-open offense, led by quarterback Andre Ware, revolutionized college football.

TheCenter helps UNLV athletes tap their potential

Musiette McKinney helps local athletes at The Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach at UNLV. She searches out high school students and helps them with a wide range of educational services.