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  • 01:10

    2015 UNLV football preview

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    Jeremy and Chris are back to continue our preview series of each team before the season begins. This week we discuss UNLV and their first season under new head coach Tony Sanchez.

    Sanchez is moving up from perennial top high school program from Las Vegas' Bishop Gorman to UNLV which may or may not have as good as facilities as a high school program in the area.

    There is a lot of work for the Rebels but luckily they are in the weaker West Division and have a top wide receiver in Devonte Boyd. Also, having Blake Decker as their starting quarterback in place is a leg up on most teams in the conference.

    We also go over Mountain West media days with the interesting quotes from coaches and payers, plus go over the all-conference and order of finish.

  • 01:09

    UNLV loses out on one transfer, gains another

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    On this edition of the Towel Boys Mike Grimala of RunRebs.com and Tyler Bischoff break down Dave Rice’s success on the transfer market in 2015. Is Nigel Williams-Goss choosing Gonzaga over UNLV really because of Rice’s uncertain job status? Is Ike Nwamu the perfect fit for next year’s roster. Plus do boring sports matter, and why there are no league games in the Mountain West Conference.

  • 00:54

    What does Tyrell Bellot-Green bring to UNLV?

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    Dave Rice is nearly done filling out his roster as UNLV snagged a junior college shooter. Tyrell Bellot-Green, a 6-foot-7 forward, that shot over 48 percent in his two years at Hill College in Texas will be immediately eligible for the Rebels next season.

    Does Dave Rice have too many wings and not enough playing time? Will the Rebels actually press and run this season, as Rice has promised before? Plus Derrick Jones can dunk from the free throw line.

  • 00:49

    SportzAddix: UNLV Rebels Football Program

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    SportzAddix:  UNLV Rebels Football Program

    Las Vegas Review Journal sportswriter Mark Anderson is special guest and will give insight to the state of the Rebels football program. 

    To listen to the show, go over to www.SportzAddix.com and click on the live radio player or to listen or be part of the show, simply dial 646-378-1303

  • 00:30

    UNLV lands Stephen Zimmerman for 2015 class

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    One of the best big men in the class of 2015, Stephen Zimmerman, is headed to UNLV.  He chose the Rebels over Kentucky, Arizona and others. Mike Grimala of RunRebs.com and Tyler Bischoff break down what it means for the Rebels. Can Zimmerman bring more to the team than Chris Wood did last season? Is there too much hype in a freshman? Plus, how Dave Rice's biggest strength is used against him. 

  • 00:09

    What would it take for UNLV fire Dave Rice?

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    This week on The Towel Boys, Mike Grimala of RunRebs.com and Tyler Bischoff take a look at how UNLV showed some offensive promise against New Mexico. Is UNLV able to capatilize on that momentum heading into the Mountain West tournament?

    Plus what it would take for Dave Rice to actually get fired, and how Pat McCaw has been better away from Las Vegas?

  • 00:55

    2014 UNLV football preview

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    Jeremy and Chris are back for another episode as they preview the upcoming UNLV football season. The big issues for UNLV are fixing a defensive front seven that was one of the worst in the country last year, and then on offense they need to find a quarterback and a running back to replace departed starters.

    There are plenty of positives for UNLV this year including possibly having the best wide receiver duo with Marcus Sullivan and Devante Davis and a very experienced offensive line.

    Signs look good for UNLV to make it back to a bowl game in 2014 but they play 13 games so it will take at least seven wins to go bowling in back-to-back years, and for the first time ever.

  • 00:45

    Towel Boys: What happened to UNLV vs. Colorado State

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    In this week's episode of The Towel Boys, Mike Grimala of RunRebs.com and Tyler Bischoff analyze the final possession of UNLV's loss to Colorado State. Should Rashad Vaughn have gotten the ball, or was the Jordan Cornish three a good look?

    The way the Mountain West is shaking out it would not be out of the question for UNLV to make some sort of run during the rest of conference play, and possibly even in the conference tournament on their home floor.

    Don't forget to follow our show here at Blog Talk Radio.

  • 01:31

    The Blitz with Bryan and TB: Wyoming Recap, UNLV Preview

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    Tonight on The Blitz with Bryan and TB, we will be without TB as he is dealing with some personal matters but we do bring back our weekly guest from NBC’s College Football Talk, Kevin McGuire! Kevin will come on to talk about the #MountainWest, non #Power5 teams and more! We will also get his take on which games to watch for on Saturday.

    In hour number two, Mark Anderson from the Las Vegas Review-Journal will join the program as he cover the UNLV Rebels. We will get his thoughts on who this #Rebels team is and what to expect on Saturday!

    All of this and more as we are LIVE! 

  • 00:41

    UNLV Basketball episode three

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    Give a listen to the latest episode of the Towel Boys with Mountain West Connection's Tyler Bischoff and Mike Grimala of RunRebs.com. The two take a look at UNLV's three-game win streak, Is UNLV better or benefiting from a soft stretch in the schedule.

  • 00:56

    Inside UNLV basketball

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    Go inside UNLV basketball with Mountain West Connection's UNLV beat writer Tyler Bischoff and Mike Grimala of RunRebs.com. The two discuss what the heck happened to Chris Wood who scored just 20 points in his last three games, and including just two points in a loss to San Diego State.

    Another concern is if the Rebels actually have five good players to put on the floor at one time, and that is an issue as this team seems to be all over the map with very little consistency from game to game.