UNLV’s football team isn’t finished playing at Sam Boyd Stadium, after all.
If no college football is played next season, Mountain West commissioner Craig Thompson said Monday he thinks the other college sports seasons would be canceled, too.
No major decisions have been announced regarding what kinds of financial reductions to make in UNLV’s athletic department, but contingency plans are being formed.
One site projected UNLV’s Javin White, who can play multiple defensive positions, as anywhere from a fifth-round pick to a preferred undrafted free agent.
Conference commissioners told Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday that no college sporting events would be played until students are cleared to return to campuses.
UNLV football fans interested in buying season tickets can put down a $1 deposit.
Commissioners from the Group of Five, including Craig Thompson of the Mountain West, sent NCAA president Mark Emmert a letter asking for relief of membership requirements.
UNLV football coach Marcus Arroyo is remaining in contact with his assistants and players through technology, as spring practices are likely to be canceled.
Former UNLV center Joe Hawley walked away after eight seasons in the NFL to travel the country two years ago. He now wants to use his experiences to help others.
Cornerback Kamren Blanton is a three-star prospect at St. John Bosco in Bellflower, California. He broke up 14 passes last season and eight the year before.