Here are the answers to some commonly asked questions about the 2020 college football season after 54 FBS teams postponed their fall schedules amid coronavirus concerns.
Bishop Gorman point guard Zaon Collins is a consensus four-star prospect, the No. 5 point guard and No. 39 overall player in the senior class, per 247 Sports.
No reason was given for the dismissal of the popular trainer who was loyal to UNLV for nearly four decades.
UNLV transfer quarterback Justin Rogers and defensive lineman Adam Plant were granted immediate eligibility by the NCAA, the school announced Friday afternoon. Both players transferred from Texas Christian.
UNLV is looking for donations to help keep momentum going in its athletics department amid financial stress created by the coronavirus pandemic.
After UNLV’s 2020 fall football season was postponed Monday, the program’s finances and momentum figure to suffer in an already budget-constricted year.
Las Vegas Bowl executive director John Saccenti said Tuesday that he’s evaluating the status of this year’s game.
UNLV athletic director Desiree Reed-Francois is confident the Mountain West can organize spring seasons for football and the remainder of its fall sports.
The Big Ten and the Pac-12 conferences on Tuesday became the first Power 5 conferences to postpone college football because of the coronavirus pandemic, leagues announced.
Nevada sportsbooks took $1.87 billion in bets last year on football and won $122.4 million. But those numbers could be cut almost in half if the college football season is canceled.
UNLV football coach Marcus Arroyo and his staff have continued pursuing top talent and are producing a formidable recruiting class amid the uncertainty surrounding the season.
UNLV defensive end Nate Neal helped lead the formation of Mountain West United — a coalition of football players within the conference seeking certain assurances before they play this season.
State funding is among the top annual revenue sources for the Rebels, who were scheduled to receive $7.9 million — and will instead receive $6.35 million in wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
UNLV’s football team will not play Louisiana Tech this year. The schools are working together to reschedule the game for another season, a UNLV spokesperson said Friday.