UNLV football officially added six high school recruits and a junior college transfer Wednesday on the first day of the early signing period.
All-Mountain West honorable-mention running back Aidan Robbins announced Monday he will transfer to BYU Monday after one season at UNLV.
Despite some warts on his resume, new UNLV offensive coordinator Bobby Petrino is one of the game’s most innovative minds and accomplished play-callers.
The Rebels have made a splashy hire at offensive coordinator, bringing in former Louisville and Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino.
Center Leif Fautanu became the fourth UNLV starter to enter the transfer portal since coach Marcus Arroyo’s dismissal. Fautanu started all 12 games this season.
Barry Odom is the new UNLV football coach who said it’s his goal to keep Las Vegas high school players home to play for the Rebels.
Barry Odom signed a five-year contract with a starting salary of $1.75 million. It increases by $250,000 in 2025 and again in 2027 while also including several performance bonuses.
UNLV players are still getting over the shock of former coach Marcus Arroyo’s firing, but many were intrigued after meeting new coach Barry Odom Tuesday.
Erick Harper is the UNLV athletic director who must identify the right coach to win in an ever-changing college football landscape that now favors the Rebels.
With former LSU coach Ed Orgeron and former Boise State coach Chris Petersen not in the running, that leaves former Arizona coaches Mike Stoops and Kevin Sumlin as likely candidates.
The Rebels’ dreams of the program’s first bowl game since 2013 officially ended Friday after Buffalo stormed back to beat Akron and become bowl-eligible.