Mountain West football media days are Tuesday and Wednesday at The Cosmopolitan. Here are the top five questions entering the season.
UNLV’s football program has made recruiting in Arizona a priority and experienced success in plucking players from that state.
UNLV hired Texas-Arlington coach Kristie Fox on Thursday as its softball coach. She replaces Lisa Dodd, who resigned in June after five seasons as coach.
UNLV’s football team will play a home-and-home series against Vanderbilt. The Rebels play at Vanderbilt in 2019, and the Commodores visits Las Vegas in 2023.
Jarick Caldwell, a hybrid wide receiver/tight end from Chander, Arizona, committed to play football at UNLV. Caldwell (6 feet 3 inches, 200 pounds), a three-star prospect according to Scout.com, tweeted his commitment.
A free instructional session started by former UNLV football coach Mike Sanford is in its ninth season and more popular than ever.
Ben Redding, a tight end from Friendswood (Texas) High school, switched his commitment from Texas State to UNLV. Redding (6 feet 4 inches, 215 pounds) is the sixth member of the Rebels’ 2017-18 recruiting class.
The Warriors believe former UNLV player Patrick McCaw can be one of those two-way players teams continuously pursue, but his place on the league’s best team was born from this reality: He can really defend.
Speaking publicly for the first time since being fired as UNLV’s baseball coach in December 2015, Chambers is now fueled by a different kind of addiction.
Scores of people jammed the Clark County Government Center on Thursday looking for jobs and a way to sign up for them.