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Former UNLV football player alleges medical malpractice ended his career

A lawsuit by a former UNLV football star against the surgeon who allegedly ended his career has become a medical stalemate. Beau Orth, formerly a starter for UNLV football and a standout at Bishop Gorman before that, is suing Dr. Andrew Capanna, a neurosurgeon whose allegedly botched back surgery destroyed Orth’s hopes of playing professional football. Orth experienced progressively ...Full Article

UNLV football readies for promising years

By Sarah Maynard Tony Sanchez, former Bishop Gorman High School Football coach and USA Today award winner, has been stirring up excitement and giving hope to Rebel fans with ...Full Article

Hauck hasn’t received full compensation from UNLV

Former UNLV football head coach Bobby Hauck is considering legal action against UNLV for not providing him complete compensation regarding the buyout of his contract. Hauck told on ...Full Article

Cannon Game set for early October, rest of UNLV schedule announced

So much for the Fremont Cannon game closing the regular season, or even playing on Nevada Day weekend. UNLV will play in-state rival Nevada-Reno at Mackay Stadium on Oct. 3, the ...Full Article

UNLV schedules road game against USC in 2019

There’s no shortage in scheduling top-tier college football teams for UNLV down the road, and that trend continued Wednesday. The Rebels scheduled a road game at USC, scheduled for ...Full Article

Sanchez to introduce first recruiting class Wednesday

National Signing Day in college football is this Wednesday, and Tony Sanchez’s first recruiting class as a college football coach is an impressive one. UNLV’s new head football coach ...Full Article

Super Bowl Staff Picks

The Rebel Yell staff, either free-willingly or against their own will, gave their Super Bowl picks for the highly anticipated matchup between the defending champion Seattle Seahawks and the ...Full Article

Utes rout Rams in Las Vegas Bowl, Wilson named MVP

For the second year in a row, the vast talent difference between the Pac-12 and the Mountain West Conference was on display at the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl. ...Full Article

Locals to Watch for in Las Vegas Bowl

No.22 Utah (8-4, 5-4 Pac 12) faces Colorado State  (10-2, 6-2 Mountain West) in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl at Sam Boyd Stadium on Saturday. It will be the second ...Full Article

Sanchez should hire Fassel to his coaching staff

Tony Sanchez is UNLV’s 11th head football coach in its 46 years as a program, third in the last six seasons. Normally its a joyous occasion, but this is ...Full Article
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