7:10 PM EST, Wed November 26, 2014
UNLV Rebels Rumors & News
UNLV is a 3.5-point underdog against Temple in the consolation game of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic at the Barclays Center today at 4 p.m.
UNLV coach Dave Rice expected his basketball team to experience some growing pains this season. He never could have predicted it would get this ugly so early.
UNLVRebels.com Nov 22, 2014
After suffering its first loss of the season on Friday night to Stanford (89-60) in the semifinals of 2014 Northwestern Mutual Coaches vs. Cancer Classic at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., the UNLV men's basketball team will face Temple in the tournament's consolation game on Saturday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. EST/4 p.m. PST.
The football season became a lost cause weeks ago, the coach’s job is anything but secure, and the stability of the program is again in question. So if UNLV’s players were going to check out on what little remains of the season, it wouldn’t be a big surprise. Except the Rebels finish against opponents that should get their full attention.
The UNLV women’s basketball team shot only 31 percent from the field in a 79-60 loss to Missouri on Friday night in the Rainbow Wahine Classic at Honolulu.
After all the difficulty UNLV had with Stanford on Friday night, it’s probably fortunate the Rebels will not be playing a top-10 opponent like Duke on Saturday. Not that Temple is an easy draw.
Is there such a thing as a season-defining moment for a college basketball team in just its fourth game? For UNLV, it will find out Saturday.
This is going to be a team that begins and ends with the backcourt performance. Friday night’s debacle is a prime example.
UNLVRebels.com Nov 21, 2014
Christian Wood had 12 points to lead UNLV (2-1) as the Runnin' Rebels lost their first game of the season.
If UNLV is to avoid its first loss of the basketball season, freshman guard Rashad Vaughn likely needs to outplay a Stanford senior.
UNLV is a 7.5-point underdog when they face Stanford in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic at the Barclays Center today at 4 p.m.
It’s a story Goodluck Okonoboh has told countless times. He is fortunate to tell it, though, so he never tires of it.
Winds of change could be gusting in Honolulu on Saturday night, when Bobby Hauck, a beleaguered football coach on the hot seat, guides UNLV into one of his biggest games of the season.
UNLV, one of the nation’s most potent offenses in collegiate soccer, failed to score when it mattered most Thursday night. UC Irvine used two goals from Cameron Iwasa to eliminate the Rebels 3-0 in the first round of the NCAA men’s soccer tournament.
History is pretty clear on this: You can’t begin listing the greatest Final Four games and not mention many — Magic vs. Larry in 1979, Texas Western and its all-black starting five vs. Kentucky in 1966, Jim Valvano looking for someone to hug in 1983, Villanova slaying Georgetown in 1985 — before reaching games between UNLV and Duke in 1990 and 1991.