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2009 Nevada-Reno Football

Palo Verde's Daniel Godkin switches commitment from UNR to Navy

Palo Verde defensive end Daniel Godkin, shown returning an interception against Faith Lutheran, has switched his verbal commitment from UNR to Navy.

Palo Verde's Daniel Godkin switches commitment from UNR to Navy
Teammate Blake also looking at Navy after de-committing from Northern Arizona
Sun, Jan 10, 2010 (9:24 p.m.)
Two Las Vegas-area high school football players on Sunday de-committed from UNR. Palo Verde defensive end Daniel Godkin committed to Navy after falling in love with the academy during a weekend trip. He called UNR's coaches Sunday night to inform them of his decision and said they didn't take the news kindly.


Longtime UNLV football assistant Mike Bradeson lands job at rival UNR
New UNLV boss Bobby Hauck adds a tight ends coach to his initial staff
Friday, January 8, 2010
Mike Bradeson, who spent the last 15 years as an assistant football coach at UNLV, was hired Friday as the secondary coach at instate rival Nevada-Reno. Bradeson joined coach Jeff Horton’s staff in 1996 at UNLV, and was retained by head coaches John Robinson and Mike Sanford in becoming the most-tenured coach in program history.


The Mtn. vexes fans who’d like to watch UNLV
Ron Kantowski:
Saturday, October 3, 2009
What does it say when Bishop Gorman has a better TV deal than UNLV? Friday night’s Gorman-Green Valley High game was televised nationally by CBS College Sports. Today’s UNLV-UNR game in Reno will not be televised. Last week’s UNLV-Wyoming game in Laramie was not televised. And even if it were, how many would have seen it? The Mtn., the Mountain West Conference’s almost around-the-clock TV network, has roughly the same number of viewers as the public access channel in Aurora, Ill., that carried Wayne’s World.


The Elevator: Fremont Cannon edition
Saturday, October 3, 2009
A special Fremont Cannon edition of who’s going to the penthouse in local sports — and who’s getting the shaft:


UNLV looks to bring Fremont Cannon back from Reno
unlv football:
Monday, September 28, 2009
The UNLV football team’s disappointment of losing a close game at Wyoming last week could soon be forgotten with a victory against its next opponent. UNLV will attempt to beat in-state rival Nevada-Reno for the first time in five years Saturday in the Battle for Nevada. The Rebels will travel north to Reno with hopes of bringing home a red Fremont Cannon, which has been painted Wolf Pack blue since 2005.


Gabbert leads undefeated Missouri past Nevada
Saturday, September 26, 2009
Blaine Gabbert is doing his best to make Missouri fans forget about Chase Daniel. The sophomore quarterback passed for 414 yards and three touchdowns, including scoring tosses of 74 and 31 yards to Danario Alexander, while scrambling for his life much of Friday night to help undefeated Missouri beat Nevada 31-21. "You look at him sometimes and say, 'How does he do it?'" Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said. "He finds people down field."


Colorado State 3-0 after 35-20 victory over Nevada
Saturday, September 19, 2009
Dion Morton figured he had thrown his final pass in high school. Keep this up and the Colorado State senior receiver may be flinging a few more. Morton threw a touchdown pass and hauled in another, leading the Rams to a 35-20 win over Nevada on Saturday. He has now thrown two touchdown passes on two attempts this season.


Clausen near perfect in ND's 35-0 win over Nevada
Sunday, September 6, 2009
Jimmy Clausen must have felt as if he was still in paradise. Clausen, last seen playing nearly flawless in a Hawaii Bowl victory, completed 15 of 18 passes for 315 yards and four touchdowns to lead No. 23 Notre Dame to a 35-0 victory over Nevada on Saturday. For Fighting Irish coach Charlie Weis, a pivotal season began with Notre Dame's first easy season-opening win since his first game in 2005. The Irish ended a disappointing 2008 season, one in which they finished 7-6 and had to deal with plenty of speculation about Weis's job security, with a 49-21 victory ...


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