(Las Vegas, NV) — The Running Rebels are getting some respect. Three UNLV players are named to the Preseason All-Mountain West Football Team for the first time since 2006.
The NCAA has reversed a decision that banned UNLV’s football program from a post-season appearance in 2014, and the Rebels will be eligible for a bowl game after all.
UNLV Consultant, Guy Hobbs joins the show to talk about the possible UNLV football stadium and whether or not it’s worth it to use taxpayer money. Ron Futrell stops by to talk IRS scandal, UNLV stadium and to whine about the World Cup.
UNLV Professor Dr. Stephen Brown and Nevada state director of the National Federation of Independent Business talk about the economic recovery here in Las Vegas. Mike Lyons, CBS Military Consultant tells us more about the conflict in Iraq and America’s involvement.
In the midyear economic outlook report, released today by the UNLV Center for Business and Economic Research, economists report a positive outlook for the remainder of 2014 and through 2015, with momentum increasing each year.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas is back to the drawing board after officials say the location where they wanted to build a new stadium is too close to the busy McCarran International Airport.
The Board of Regents has narrowly voted to raise tuition at Nevada colleges 4 percent a year, for four years, beginning in 2015.
UNLV swept the Mountain West Conference baseball player and pitcher of the week awards after designed hitter A.J. Hernandez drove in nine runs over four games and right-hander Kenny Oakley allowed only three hits over eight scoreless innings.
Students at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas are trying their hand at inventing the next hot casino game, getting it patented and selling it to casino companies.
David Schwartz from the UNLV Center for Gaming Research joins the show to talk about the effects of nationwide online gaming, as well as the impact it would have on Vegas. Danny Tarkanian talks online gaming, Donald Sterling, and bullying with Kevin.