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Current Athletics News
Back-to-school events to highlight UNLV campus traditions and student involvement.
Bringing together his love of both sports and law, athletic compliance is a good match for UNLV's senior associate athletics director.
Nick Garritano may not have looked like a kicker, but he sure had the leg of one.
A collection of stories highlighting UNLV students and faculty who've made news thus far in 2019.
Rising star tabbed as Runnin' Rebels leader.
Bruce Layne spent decades attending, teaching, and advocating for his alma mater. Now he's memorialized by Rebel baseball.
Athletics In The News
There will be a tightrope act at Allegiant Stadium this month and it has nothing to do with entertainment.
As I watched men’s basketball coach T.J. Otzelberger and his staff teach their student-athletes a defensive set recently, I thought about how this editorial mirrored what I was seeing on the floor: the future of UNLV athletics. The Runnin’ Rebels — part of a group of more than 480 UNLV student-athletes — are the future, and it is our mandate to provide the best possible experience for them as they attend our university.
Consider it a reward for perfect attendance at school.
UNLV has created the Rebel Rewards Program for season-ticker holders.
Legal sports wagering is spreading; online and mobile betting is increasing, and the NFL's RedZone channel is almost addictive. But there's nothing quite like wagering and watching games in Las Vegas. Its sports books lead the way in technology, comfort, and camaraderie. With multiple games broadcast on multiple screens, with bets riding on nearly every play, there can be anticipatory hushes, lusty cheers and despairing boos simultaneously.
UNLV is instituting the Tickets for Teachers program in which men’s basketball tickets are distributed to elementary and middle schools in the Clark County School District.