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  1. UNLV2001

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    https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/2019/10/14/college-football-every-bonus-earned-fbs-coaches-season/3945254002/ List of the college coaches that have bonus clauses in their contracts Wyoming: Craig Bohl $100,000: Regular-season win over Power Five team (Missouri) San Diego State: Rocky Long $10,000: Win over Power Five team (UCLA) Hawaii: Nick Rolovich $7,500: Regular-season home win over Power Five team (Arizona) $7,500: Regular-season home win over Power Five team (Oregon State) Boise State: Bryan Harsin $25,000: Regular-season win over Power Five team (Florida State) $35,000: Sixth win, eligible for non-CFP bowl game
  2. Defensively, UNLV was led by a pair of senior linebackers. Grad transfer Rayshad Jackson finished with nine tackles while Javin White had seven, including 2.5 TFL and an interception he returned 44 yards to set up a field goal. STAT OF THE GAME: UNLV won the first-down battle 22-12. REBEL OF THE GAME: The UNLV offensive line did not allow a quarterback sack and led the way to 206 rushing yards from multiple runners to allow the Rebels to control nearly the entire game, including winning the time of possession battle 37:27 to 22:33. QUOTABLE: "Really excited for that locker room. Those kids have worked extremely hard starting from spring ball. Things haven't started the way we wanted them to this year, but these guys show up every day and they have had a great attitude. Defensively, I thought we played as well as we have in the secondary in a long time. Offensively, we got back to our roots - that's getting downhill and running the football on people and it showed today." -UNLV Head Coach Tony Sanchez REBEL NOTES: -Vanderbilt will return the game by playing in Las Vegas in 2023 -UNLV played an SEC team for the first time since traveling to Tennessee in 2004 -The Rebels improved to 2-4 all-time vs. the SEC with their first win over the league since downing Arkansas in the 2000 Las Vegas Bowl -Javin White hauled in his second interception of the season and the eighth of his career -Kicker Daniel Gutierrez shined on special teams, nailing a career-long 44-yard field goal as part of 10-point afternoon -Oblad threw two touchdowns for the second straight game -The 10 points were the least scored by any UNLV opponent since an 80-8 win over Idaho State in 2015 -The 10 points were the least scored by a UNLV opponent in a game played away from Las Vegas since the Rebs stunned Wisconsin 23-5 in 2003
  3. Oh, Ok.......So suck your last 20 ounce beer until 4 am or until it converts back to water !!! Guess the tractor always can drive you back to the tater farm as Boise traffic might only be the loose dairy cow from midnight to 6 am
  4. Decent column on college football with this about BYU's independent schedule https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/columnist/dan-wolken/2019/10/13/college-football-nebraska-cant-live-up-scott-frosts-own-words/3969147002/ BYU: The Misery Index hates to repeat itself, but the Cougars have been put into a no-win situation by their athletic administration. They want to play as many elite, brand-name programs as possible as an independent. But the programs BYU wants to play typically only have schedule openings in September, which means BYU loads up on its toughest games right out of the gate. That’s good for television exposure, but the long-term effect on BYU’s program has been horrible. The Cougars suffered a truly putrid 27-23 loss to a bad South Florida team on Saturday, and the only conclusion you can draw from it is that BYU has once again punched itself out trying to navigate the rigorous first month of the season. This just doesn’t look like the same team that was out there beating Tennessee and Southern Cal and giving Utah all it could handle for a half. A lot of BYU’s problems stem from quarterback Zach Wilson suffering a hand injury in a loss to Toledo on Sept. 28. To make matters worse, the Cougars lost quarterback Jaren Hall to injury late in the game at South Florida and had to turn to Baylor Romney. But that's sort of the problem with the whole setup: Because of how front-loaded the schedule is every year, the Cougars have no margin for error. BYU is a physically beaten up football team that happens to be 2-4, and there’s little reason for fans to be excited about anything that might happen in the second half.
  5. IF AF wants out, good luck - Football will be missed, but not sure the rest of AF's programs will be all that missed - If the MWC added NMSU, it would be an upgrade for oly sports
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