It’s appropriate Marcus Mariota wears green, because the Oregon quarterback is a money player. He will earn a lot of it in the NFL, where he could start for about 10 teams this weekend.
In 1985, the year the National Finals Rodeo arrived in Las Vegas, the No. 1 movie was “Back to the Future” and the top team ropers were Jake Barnes and Clay O’Brien Cooper.
When UNLV’s basketball schedule was released during the summer and the name “Saint Katherine” appeared on it, people were scratching their heads and echoing a collective, “Who?” But maybe coach Dave Rice knew what he was doing.
One of the traits Anthony Pettis took from his late father is a keen fashion sense. Pettis’ father also got him started in martial arts, but never saw how successful his son would become.
A year ago, Tyjon Lindsey couldn’t have imagined being where he is today.
First off, I’d like to clear up a rumor that has been floating around. No, I am not going to be the next coach at Bishop Gorman should Tony Sanchez take over at UNLV.
Centennial boys basketball coach Todd Allen knew his bench would log heavy minutes Thursday.
Marty Yates balled his fist, slammed it repeatedly against his chest and then slung his hat into the middle of the Thomas & Mack Center arena.
For one reason or another, a fist-to-face meeting between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao is elusive. The drama drags on at the pace of a soap-opera storyline.
A listing of today’s National Finals Rodeo events and entertainment.