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Locos Deliver on Entertainment Promise

Sugar Ray, Yellow Brick Road Headline at Locos Opener Written by Joe Buda Three hours before kickoff it began.   The upgrade in entertainment promised by the United Football League and the Las Vegas Locomotives became a reality. An almost shock-and-awe approach to entertainment at a sporting event. Three hours before kickoff is when the UFL […]

Officials “Illegal Blitz” Helps Derail Locos in Loss

Written by Joe Buda In what is quickly becoming  a United Football League rivalry, the Florida Tuskers beat the Las Vegas Locomotives in the UFL season opener in front of an announced crowd of 9103. This was a rematch of the 2009 UFL Championship Game where the Locos beat the Tuskers.  The only team to […]

Vegas Kings Crush So Cal Eagles

Written by Joe Buda The Vegas Kings completely annihilated the Southern California Eagles Saturday night with a final score of 77 – 0.  The game was not as close as the score would indicate, which is a scary thought for the Eagles and should give them nightmares for weeks to come.  The game was close […]

UFL Preview: Week 1

Written by Joe Buda Las Vegas Locomotives vs Florida Tuskers Game time: 8PM PDT Location: Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada TV: HDNet (DirecTV Channel 306) The Halftime show: Sugar Ray The rematch of the 2009 UFL Championship.  A rivaly in the making. The Florida Tuskers only lost one time last season, to the Las […]

Vegas Kings Lose to North County Cobras as Time Expires

Written by Joe Buda The Vegas Kings lost to the North County Cobras 23 -17 Sunday afternoon, dropping the Kings regular season record to 3 -2. The North County Cobras are the 2009 LCFL (Labelle Community Football League) National Champions. The game started strong for the Kings “Darkside Domination Defense” as defensive end Siaosi Fifita […]

Buda’s Corner: A UNLV Football Analysis

Column written by Joe Buda Here we are, two games into the season, and the Rebels have already lost twice.  Is this reason for concern?  Is the season a bust?  Is my 7-6 prediction in jeopardy? The answer is No, No, and Maybe. Sure the Rebels lost 41-21 against Wisconsin, and have lost 38-14 against […]

UNLV Loses to Utah 38 – 10 in Conference Opener

Written by Joe Buda The UNLV Rebels football team lost to #20 Utah Utes with a final score of 38 to 10 in the Mountain West Conference opener.  The big story behind the game for UNLV was Omar Clayton starting at quarterback for UNLV.  The scoring started early for the Utes, when Joe Phillips hit […]

The Train Gang: A New Outlet for Las Vegas Locos Fans

Written by Joe Buda What the United Football League and the Las Vegas Locos have planned for the second season is a vastly enhanced, more entertaining experience.  They have fan experiences before each of the games.  They have in stadium entertainment planned during the games.  This year they added the LocoMotion, a cheer and dance […]

Wolfe Cut From Falcons

Written by Informer Staff Former UNLV Wide Receiver Ryan Wolfe was cut from the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday as the Falcons finalized their 53-man roster. Wolfe played at UNLV from 2006 through 2009 and holds the career receiving records for UNLV with 283 receptions for 3,495 yards. 

UNLV Loses to No. 12 Wisconsin 41-21 in Bobby Hauck Debut

Written by Joe Buda The UNLV Rebels lost to the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday, September 4, in new Head Coach Bobby Hauck’s debut. The scoring started early for the Badgers , who spent most of the game dominating the Rebels on both sides of the ball. The Badger’s John Clay scored half way into the […]

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