ELY — It doesn’t take 100 hours of video study by an experienced football coach to determine two of UNLV’s biggest weaknesses last season were failures in the red zone and on special teams.
ELY — Even incoming freshman Phillip Payne, a Western High School graduate, didn’t realize how many locals played football for UNLV when he signed.
ELY — Two intricate and attacking schemes, two different approaches.
Michael Johnson saw quarterback Mike Clausen scrambling, so instead of running to the flat, Johnson dashed downfield on a wheel route.
ELY — UNLV assistant Vic Shealy doesn’t need to jump on airplanes to find safeties.
Today’s bus trip to Ely begins an 11-day stretch that could go a long way in determining what kind of football season UNLV will have.
To people in the Lower 48, Alaska is a faraway place that almost seems to be a foreign country when it comes to producing football talent.
UNLV junior defensive tackle Perry Eppenger did some soul searching this spring and realized he hadn’t done all he could to become a better football player.