Decision likely soon on charges against UNLV football assistant

A Colorado district attorney’s decision whether to press criminal charges against UNLV assistant football coach Ty Gregorak isn’t expected until Thursday, but Rebels athletic director Jim Livengood said there could be movement on the matter before then.

The university has not disciplined Gregorak, who turned himself in to police in Boulder, Colo., last week after allegedly stealing a gun and wallet from a strip-club bouncer early May 1. Gregorak returned those items later that morning.

“I guess in the next 48 hours we’ll know something more,” Livengood said Monday. “We’re trying to let the legal system play out with his attorney and the court’s decision.”

Livengood said he has spoken with Gregorak, but gave no reason for why a decision on whether to press charges might be made sooner than Thursday.

Gregorak, the Rebels’ recruiting coordinator and linebackers coach, is scheduled for an advisement hearing at 1 p.m. PDT Thursday in Boulder. Police have recommended charges of first-degree criminal trespass and prohibited use of weapons, but the final determination would be made by the district attorney’s office.

Attempts to reach Gregorak have been unsuccessful. Coach Bobby Hauck said Saturday he would let Livengood speak for the athletic department, but said Gregorak was on a personal trip to Boulder. Gregorak, 31, played linebacker at Colorado.

Contact reporter Mark Anderson at or 702-387-2914.


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