The magic of T-Mobile Arena found the Knights yet again, as a 2-0 lead was erased before the home team rallied to beat Anaheim 4-3 in a shootout before 17,608.
The AFC West, wrongly thought by many the NFL’s best division to begin the season, now offers a three-way tie of 6-6 teams at the top.
How the Raiders performed in a 24-17 win against the New York Giants on Sunday.
The Rebels and Arizona certainly didn’t disappoint Saturday night in delivering the type of tenor most hoped for, an overtime thriller won by the Wildcats 91-88 before 14,579.
While it’s impossible to directly connect Arizona being linked to arguably one of the biggest scandals in NCAA history with what has been surprisingly inconsistent results thus far, it’s hardly a stretch to suggest the two storylines share a common alliance.
Tony Sanchez concluded his third season as coach Saturday, when the Rebels lost to a historically bad UNR side 23-16 and with it a chance to become bowl eligible and reclaim ownership of the Fremont Cannon.
Marc-Andre Fleury remains on injured reserve for the Golden Knights, off the ice since an Oct. 13 home game against Detroit, during which he took a knee to the head from Anthony Mantha of the Red Wings.
The Raiders returned to Oakland Coliseum for the first time in five weeks and won a game they absolutely needed, 21-14 over the Denver Broncos.
The third year under coach Tony Sanchez is now in the books as a 5-7 record with no bowl game, no return of the Fremont Cannon and enough legitimate questions about his staff that demand to be answered.
The Knights won again Friday on an afternoon when they were anything but their best, making San Jose their latest T-Mobile Arena victim in a 5-4 overtime win.