FORT COLLINS, Colo. — While he sat out last season as a redshirt, Chace Stanback watched from a distance as UNLV took a few opponents for granted and was repeatedly embarrassed on the Mountain West Conference road.
Running back Dionza Bradford’s second look at UNLV was at least as good as his first. He first committed to the Rebels, but switched to San Diego State after UNLV fired Mike Sanford as coach in November. When Bobby Hauck was hired to replace Sanford, Bradford decided to give UNLV another shot.
On one of the best individual nights of junior Tre’Von Willis’ career, he was left with regret, and UNLV suddenly is reeling from one that got away.
Now appearing at the Improv inside Harrah’s … Jim Boylen.
With his athletic ability and variety of skills, UNLV freshman Anthony Marshall is capable of highlight-reel moments.
Only a month into his job as UNLV’s athletic director, Jim Livengood is living out of a hotel until he can complete his relocation from Tucson, Ariz.
Running back Dionza Bradford first committed to play football at UNLV but switched to San Diego State after coach Mike Sanford was fired in November.
Disappointed with his play, UNLV junior Tre’Von Willis began talking to himself. Usually that’s a bad sign for any player. … But a personal pep talk pointed Willis in the right direction, and he turned himself around and led the Rebels to a 76-66 comeback victory over San Diego State on Wednesday at the Thomas & Mack Center.