Connor Fields, who won gold in this event in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, was injured during a BMX qualifying heat. His was being evaluated for a concussion, according to his dad, Mike.
The former Bishop Gorman star quarterback will play football at UNLV this season. Martell announced his decision in an interview with Franchise Sports Media.
Quarterback Tate Martell is transferring to UNLV, according to reports. He quarterbacked Bishop Gorman to three consecutive mythical national titles from 2014 to 2016.
If a team can’t field the number of players necessary to safely contest a football game, that team will be forced to forfeit, Mountain West Commissioner Craig Thompson said Wednesday.
The UNLV Rebels were picked to finish last in the conference’s West Division by a panel of the league’s media.
Marcus Arroyo may be preparing for his second season as UNLV’s head football coach. But for so many reasons, it still feels like his first.
A close look at each athlete with Las Vegas ties competing in the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
A Las Vegas judge said Thursday that she would decide in a week whether to dismiss a DUI case against basketball standout Zaon Collins in connection with a deadly wreck.
BetMGM has posted regular-season win totals on 115 FBS schools, and Alabama and Clemson top the list with 11½ wins each, followed by Ohio State and Oklahoma at 11 apiece.
Alabama and Clemson have the highest college football regular-season win totals at BetMGM sportsbook at 11½ apiece, followed by Ohio State and Oklahoma at 11 each.
Three were drafted out of College of Southern Nevada, with one CSN transfer, one from UNLV and one out of high school among Las Vegas players selected in rounds 11 to 20.
Dwaine Knight is a two-time national coach of the year and has been inducted into four halls of fame. He led UNLV to an NCAA record 31 consecutive regionals and the 1998 national title.
UNLV Rebels guard Jordan McCabe and his 450,000 social media followers is an example of how some will profit off name, image and likeness legislation.
To thousands of transplanted Hawaiians who have made Las Vegas the so-called “Ninth Island,” football broadcaster Robert Kekaula was a big slice of paradise, home away from home.