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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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New USFL Team Planned for Las Vegas

Written by Joe Buda The United States Football League is making a comeback and Las Vegas is currently on their list of cities to debut in their opening season.  In an interview with Michael Dwyer, Founder and Chairman of the New USFL, some of the details of what is currently planned for this new league […]

Locos & UFL Improving Game Day Experience

Written by Joe Buda When asked what fans can expect in this, the second season of the United Football League, Commissioner Michael Huyghue responded that they are going to see a much higher brand of football. “I think they are going to see very much close to the equivalent of 80 percent of what you […]

Locos hosting Tailgate Training Camp 2010

Written by Joe Buda The Las Vegas Locos are holding a free Tailgate Training Camp 2010 this Saturday, August 28, starting at 6pm at Sam Boyd Stadium.    This fan event includes a scrimmage, as well as entertainment and activities.  The event will serve to give fans a taste of what the new game day experience […]

Vegas Kings Shutout Titans

The Vegas Kings hosted the Tri County Titans on Saturday August 21, 2010 at the Kingdom.  The only time the game was close was before it began.  After the game started, it quickly turned ugly for the Titans. The Kings dominated the Titans throughout the game. The first score came early, as Kings running back […]

The WAC gets Sacked

With a series of bold moves, the WAC (Western Athletic Conference) this week tried to lure BYU from the Mountain West Conference, tried to convince Boise State to stay in the WAC, and tried to leave the Mountain West for dead.  But the Mountain West was bigger and stronger.  It struck back, struck back quickly […]

Vegas Kings Dominate Southern Cal Bulldogs

On Saturday, August 14, 2010, the Vegas Kings hosted the Southern Cal Bulldogs at the Kingdom.  For the Bulldogs, it might as well have been unlucky Friday the 13th, as they were ruled 44 – 6 by the Kings.  Unlike the game two weeks ago, this was a well balanced Kings team, where offense, defense and […]

UNLV Football: Top Moments of the Past Decade

Pre-season football started this week which means that college football season is right around the corner.  College football season for UNLV starts on September 4, 2010 against the Wisconsin Badgers.  In this week’s sports column, I am going to present some of the top moments in Rebel football in the last 10 years. Victory over […]

Vegas Kings: Las Vegas’ best Kept Secret

The Vegas Kings minor league football team is going into its third season.  The Kings, for those who are not familiar with the organization, are part of the Labelle Community Football League.  They play at Desert Pines High School, which becomes “The Kingdom” during games. The Kings were started by lifetime friends Richard Mapp and […]

UNLV: Predicting Rebel Success

It’s Christmas Eve in the valley.  No, not literally, but the time immediately before football season starts often feels like Christmas Eve to diehard fans.  As a child, I found Christmas Eve full of potential, full of excitement and anticipation.  Would I get that new electronic game I wanted? There is tons of anticipation for […]

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