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2014 Football Issue

  • 2014 Football Issue

    By Staff

    Remembering the '84 Rebels, tips from handicapping pros, Bishop Gorman goes national and more

  • 2014 Football Issue

    Seven Games Not to Miss This Fall

    By Matt Jacob

    Grab a beer from the fridge and the remote from the kids

  • 2014 Football Issue

    Two Steps Forward for UNLV Football…

    By Mike Grimala

    After last year’s surprising success, inquiring minds want to know: Can Bobby Hauck and his Rebels do it again?

  • 2014 Football Issue

    Football Betting Primer

    What’s the top pigskin play in Week 1? Which NFL teams will exceed (or fall short of) expectations in 2014? Who will win it all? We turn to seven highly respected handicapping experts from Pregame.com for all the winning answers.

  • 2014 Football Issue

    A Team for the Ages

    By Sean DeFrank

    In 1984, a multitalented quarterback and a fiery head coach helped guide UNLV to an 11-2 record and the program’s first bowl victory. Three decades later, that squad remains the standard-bearer for Rebels football.

  • The Latest

    Confessions of an NFL Cheerleader

    By Brittney Cason

    Having been behind the curtain, I can sympathize with these girls; being an NFL cheerleader is far from glamorous once the stadium lights are turned off. I know all too well about the laughably low wages ($60 a game); the list of rules that make a prison seem lenient (such as being contractually prohibited from drinking in public or curling my hair without permission); and the ridiculous body requirements that I could barely meet (even with 9 percent body fat).

  • The Week

    Bishop Gorman Rises to the Challenge

    By Mike Grimala

    Six years into coach Tony Sanchez’s tenure, Bishop Gorman’s football team is no longer competing for state championships. Oh, sure, the Gaels’ 2014 season will most likely culminate with a Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association title, as it has for each of the past five years. And raising the trophy will surely be satisfying for the […]

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