The Raiders and Bears covered the spread in losses to help sportsbooks on an otherwise losing day that saw 10 of 12 favorites win outright.
If it’s apparent from the press box that Raiders coaches have no confidence in Aidan O’Connell, then surely the rookie quarterback can see it from the sideline.
Far from perfect, UNLV’s football team overcame a 24-7 deficit Saturday to defeat Air Force and climb within one victory of playing for a conference title.
Major events will always bring some problems, but the disappointment expressed by local businesses about the Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix must be addressed.
The soft scheduling that started Antonio Pierce’s tenure allowed the Raiders to build confidence with two straight wins. But they will be tested Sunday in Miami.
Handicapper Paul Stone believes Oregon State will derail Washington’s bid to make the College Football Playoff. Plus, more picks on college football and the NFL.
With the relocation vote finalized, the Oakland Athletics would make Las Vegas one of 20 American cities with at least three of the big four major sports teams.
Even though the season’s first extended road trip began with a loss to the Washington Capitals, five straight games away from home can only help the Golden Knights.
Hockey was the theme over politics as the Golden Knights were hosted by President Joe Biden at the White House for their Stanley Cup championship.
The Raiders are mirroring the enthusiasm and toughness of their energetic, beloved new leader, who presided over a victory against the New York Jets on Sunday.
Fittingly, the bottom line for Las Vegas sportsbooks and bettors came down to the Raiders-Jets “Sunday Night Football” game at Allegiant Stadium.
Apparently breaking an NFL record isn’t enough to earn recognition from the league as one of the players of the week. Also, catching up with a former UNLV great.
How the Raiders react and approach each day has been altered since Josh McDaniels was fired as coach. Most would say for the best. Most would be correct.
The Westgate SuperBook’s Jay Kornegay, who leads the Review-Journal NFL Challenge, offers his best bet on the 49ers-Jaguars game.
It was an egregious, reprehensible, deplorable, humiliating, inconceivable, embarrassing loss for UNLV’s once-proud men’s basketball program. But it’s only one loss.