In case you missed it, Saturday was National Hunting and Fishing Day, an annual celebration of America’s hunting and fishing traditions that was first made official by President Richard Nixon in May 1972.
On Tuesday, the Raiders joined forces with Taylor Elementary School in Henderson so students don’t have to go to school hungry and can brush their teeth.
Last October and just a few months after turning professional, former UNLV men’s golfer Taylor Montgomery earned $75,000 for winning an event during the inaugural Major Series of Putting.
Buffalo, which closed as a 17-point underdog, whipped Minnesota 27-6.
When he sticks to the script, Jon Gruden has proven over the first three weeks of this NFL season to be Laurence Olivier, prepared and versatile, creative and confident, a virtual Henry the V calling plays.
A dink-and-dunk passing trend needs changing if wins are to come, the next opportunity for the Raiders being against the unbeaten Dolphins on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium.
Dan Ayala was one of the founders of the informal basketball coaches’ breakfast held in conjunction with summertime horse racing meetings in Del Mar, California. The former Lady Rebels coach died Monday at age 82.
One game does not an All-Pro quarterback make. But Baker Mayfield’s performance Thursday for the Browns was a smash-hit debut, especially for those of us who took Cleveland as a 3-point favorite.
If you were to put pen to paper and describe the hopes and dreams of those at UNLV when it comes to building football at a Group of Five institution, it would likely resemble more of the Red Wolves than you might imagine from a place so far away and dissimilar.
FanDuel spun a potential public relations nightmare into positive publicity Thursday when it agreed to pay a New Jersey bettor his full $82,000 payout on a disputed $110 live wager at 750-1 odds.