UNLV wide receiver Devante Davis and punter Logan Yunker were named Mountain West players of week.
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.
This weekend, most everyone here in Albuquerque wants to know if Walter White will die. I’m guessing Bobby Hauck couldn’t give a hoot.
Football coaches borrow and adapt — some would call it stealing — and offenses can change from year to year. UNLV and New Mexico have taken this practice one step further.
UNLV’s defensive line struggled badly last football season and has been a liability for several years.
San Diego State had the football game won. A simple first down and it was over.
UNLV did the job against New Mexico’s Kasey Carrier last football season, holding him to 52 yards rushing.
Three games into the football season, and so much is still unknown. Some questions will be answered Saturday night.
Caleb Herring knows what fellow UNLV quarterback Nick Sherry is going through because he has been there himself.
UNLV football coach Bobby Hauck shouldn’t have any problem getting his players’ attention this week even with a lower-level opponent rolling into town.