The talk of losing out is over, and the uncertainty of Tony Sanchez’s job status unquestionably should be paused, after the Rebels rallied to defeat 23-point favorite San Diego State 27-24 on Saturday night.
Golden Knights defenseman Nate Schmidt skated with the team Wednesday, the next allowable step before he returns to the lineup Nov. 18 at Edmonton, when his 20-game suspension for violating the league’s performance enhancing drug policy ends.
The 25-year-old with a scientific approach to the game captured the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open on Sunday at TPC Summerlin, finishing 21-under par for the event.
Lorenzo Fertitta doubles down on support for Sanchez receiving a fifth season and time in the football complex that will bear the family name.
Former UNLV star Ryan Moore and 27-year old Abraham Ancer might be at different points in their career, but each are chasing a PGA victory at this week’s Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin.
There is losing and then there is losing big to a dog team like San Francisco 34-3, but that’s what the Raiders did before an announced gathering of 69,592 on Thursday night at Levi’s Stadium.
Play for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open begins on Thursday at TPC Summerlin, where Jordan Spieth leads an impressive and deep field.
The Raiders fell for a sixth time in seven games Sunday, a string of defensive breakdowns that wouldn’t allow Carr’s solid effort to taste victory, the Colts leaving Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum a 42-28 winner.
UNLV dropped its fifth straight Saturday, this a 50-37 decision to San Jose State, after which a majority of the announced gathering of 16,165 were able to cheer victory for the first time in 2018.
On paper, both sides won big, far more than Vegas in losing to Vancouver 3-2 in a shootout just minutes before an ancient sundial atop T-Mobile Arena began rotating and the team broke news of the deal.