The Rebels will get their first difficult opponent of the season when the 21st-ranked Dayton Flyers come to the Thomas & Mack Center on Tuesday.
The Rebels must win their final two games to turn their 4-1 start into bowl eligibility. That begins Saturday against Hawaii in Honolulu.
For more than 50 years, Dick Calvert’s signature voice has embodied UNLV athletics, most notably booming from the Thomas Mack Center speakers.
Sophomore Keshon Gilbert broke his single-game career scoring record for the second straight game, helping UNLV roll past Incarnate Word on Saturday.
Red-zone woes and a rough night on defense sent UNLV to a fifth consecutive loss Friday. The Rebels now must win out to secure bowl eligibility.
The Rebels went blow-for-blow with the highest-scoring offense in the Mountain West, but were unable to outlast Fresno State on Friday night.
UNLV coach Lindy La Rocque was back on the Lady Rebels’ bench Friday against Oral Roberts, eight days after giving birth to her first child.
Coach Lindy La Rocque announced UNLV received national letters of intent from forwards McKinna Brackens and Meadow Rolan, and point guard Amarachi Kimpson.
Sophomore Jackie Johnson III impressed UNLV coach Kevin Kruger with his defense in UNLV’s season-opening win. Johnson’s confident his offense will come.
UNLV quarterback Doug Brumfield has many of the same traits as the greatest Rebel of them all: Randall Cunningham.
UNLV has scored just 45 points during their four-game losing streak, but Friday will have to keep pace with Fresno State, the Mountain West’s leading offense.
Las Vegas handicapper Bruce Marshall is editor of The Gold Sheet (Goldsheet.com). He provides the Review-Journal with college football tech notes and trends.
The UNLV defense looked dominant Monday, but the offense still has a long way to go as the Rebels beat Southern in the season opener
Essence Booker and Justice Ethridge each scored 17 points as UNLV rolled past Pepperdine in its season opener without head coach Lindy La Rocque.