UNLV right tackle Justice Oluwaseun, who started 17 of the past 18 games, said Wednesday he is entering the NCAA’s transfer portal. He has two years of eligibility left.
It’s much easier — not to mention cheaper — for UNLV to ditch a mascot than the nickname the university has been known by since the mid-1950s.
Oblad, a Liberty High School product, has three years of eligibility remaining. He said there were a lot of factors that went into his decision to leave the Rebels.
UNLV announced it will face Texas-San Antonio in a home-and-home series beginning in 2021 and open the 2022 season against Idaho State.
UNLV’s former football home expected to idle quietly while decisions about its future are pondered.
Iconic UNLV broadcaster, public address announcer Dick Calvert returns home after hospital stay but concedes recovery still has a long way to go.
UNLV running back Charles Williams announced Tuesday he will return for the 2021 season. He is 739 yards shy of becoming UNLV’s all-time leading rusher.
UNLV wide receiver Randal Grimes, the team’s leading receiver in 2019, has entered the NCAA’s transfer portal after being suspended for the 2020 season.
The Rebels figure to have fierce competition at most positions next year as they try to erase the memories of an 0-6 season, the second winless one in program history.
The Rebels will return to Michigan on Sept. 9, 2023, and receive a school-record $1.5 million guarantee for the trip. They also played at Michigan in 2015.
Coach Marcus Arroyo’s class of 19 football signees is rated among the best in the Mountain West.
UNLV finished 0-6, but athletic director Desiree Reed-Francois said she saw growth in the program’s culture under coach Marcus Arroyo, who faced numerous challenges in his first year.
Legacy High’s Evan Olaes and Aaron Holloway are close friends who have been on the same football and basketball teams going back to when they met in elementary school.
UNLV coach Marcus Arroyo, whose team finished 0-6 in his first season, is expected to sign 13 to 16 players during the early signing period, which begins Wednesday.
UNLV wide receiver Kyle Williams was named the Mountain West Freshman of the Year on Tuesday after catching 35 passes for 426 yards and two touchdowns this season.