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  1. UNLV2001

    UNLV at Wyoming

    Yeah - sort of funny how the RebelNet-Ricers were all clamoring for Kruger to move on and their saviour Rice to be hired, then it happens and Rice starts landing all the talent..........and lost a lot of games & got crap canned mid-season Talk about their wet dream being crushed
  2. UNLV2001

    UNLV at Wyoming

    During Kruger's time at UNLV message board fans (Rebel-net) started bitching about how much he golfed and didn't land 5* studs and were fed up with Kruger. Also, if Lon Kruger hadn't had son Kevin Kruger transfer in from Arizona State, does Lon ever see that sweet 16 run in the NCAA's ?!?!?!
  3. This is the exact thing that makes UNLV attractive to the "been there, done that" older coached - It's why Rollie Massimino took the job, so he could get out of the grind that was the Big East & take it easy in the Big West...............Wouldn't put it past Kruger to have used UNLV to resurrect his college career which he did and bailed out to a big $$ P5 job. Tark was in a similar situation he was in NCAA trouble at LBSU & UNLV had nothing to lose by hiring him............and Tark stayed at UNLV because there were few that would take him on with his history of NCAA battles - Plus he built the culture of the program and it fit the city and fan base so UNLV BB was his baby
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    B12 now has second Basketball Challenge

    Might be the case if that conference is relegated to low $$ value - But if enough stay, there's nothing out west to fill up empty slots If the MWC gets raided then the leftovers of the MWC are basically the new improved Big Sky Conference
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    UNLV at Wyoming

    News flash - UNLV has been pretty mediocre for the last 6 seasons & has had some good runs of mediocrity over the last 25 years - Menzies not far from Lon Krugers first two seasons at UNLV - Kruger won 34 in his 1st two seasons and Menzies has won 35 in his last two seasons Overall Conference Rk Season Conf W L W-L% W L W-L% SRS SOS PTS PTS AP Pre AP High AP Final NCAA Tournament Seed Coach(es) 1 2018-19 MWC 15 11 .560 8 5 .615 2.03 0.43 74.9 73.3 Marvin Menzies (14-11) 2 2017-18 MWC 20 13 .606 8 10 .444 7.20 1.87 83.4 78.1 Marvin Menzies (20-13) 3 2016-17 MWC 11 21 .344 4 14 .222 -3.75 2.59 68.8 75.2 Marvin Menzies (11-21) 4 2015-16 MWC 18 15 .545 8 10 .444 5.50 3.17 78.2 73.5 Dave Rice (9-7), Todd Simon (9-8) 5 2014-15 MWC 18 15 .545 8 10 .444 5.41 3.38 68.2 64.4 Dave Rice (18-15) 6 2013-14 MWC 20 13 .606 10 8 .556 8.55 2.76 71.4 65.6 Dave Rice (20-13) 7 2012-13 MWC 25 10 .714 10 6 .625 12.92 5.71 71.4 63.0 18 18 Lost Second Round 5 Dave Rice (25-10) 8 2011-12 MWC 26 9 .743 9 5 .643 13.55 4.37 76.3 65.9 11 23 Lost Second Round 6 Dave Rice (26-9) 9 2010-11 MWC 24 9 .727 11 5 .688 14.67 6.00 71.6 62.9 20 Lost Second Round 8 Lon Kruger (24-9) 10 2009-10 MWC 25 9 .735 11 5 .688 12.57 4.82 73.1 63.8 18 Lost First Round 8 Lon Kruger (25-9) 11 2008-09 MWC 21 11 .656 9 7 .563 8.68 4.34 68.8 64.4 Lon Kruger (21-11) 12 2007-08 MWC 27 8 .771 12 4 .750 10.23 4.02 69.7 62.3 Lost Second Round 8 Lon Kruger (27-8) 13 2006-07 MWC 30 7 .811 12 4 .750 12.98 5.37 74.9 66.8 19 19 Lost Regional Semifinal 7 Lon Kruger (30-7) 14 2005-06 MWC 17 13 .567 10 6 .625 7.51 4.51 69.5 66.5 Lon Kruger (17-13) 15 2004-05 MWC 17 14 .548 7 7 .500 6.11 5.61 73.3 72.4 Lon Kruger (17-14) 16 2003-04 MWC 18 13 .581 7 7 .500 7.49 5.19 74.0 71.3 Charles Spoonhour (12-9), Jay Spoonhour (6-4) 17 2002-03 MWC 21 11 .656 8 6 .571 9.01 4.67 75.3 71.0 Charles Spoonhour (21-11) 18 2001-02 MWC 21 11 .656 9 5 .643 7.69 4.88 78.3 75.5 Charles Spoonhour (21-11) 19 2000-01 MWC 16 13 .552 7 7 .500 4.60 5.04 75.8 74.8 Bill Bayno (3-4), Max Good (13-9) 20 1999-00 MWC 23 8 .742 10 4 .714 9.74 2.52 82.2 75.0 Lost First Round 10 Bill Bayno (23-8) Rk Season Conf W L W-L% W L W-L% SRS SOS PTS PTS AP Pre AP High AP Final NCAA Tournament Seed Coach(es) 21 1998-99 WAC 16 13 .552 9 5 .643 8.77 4.52 74.6 68.9 Bill Bayno (16-13) 22 1997-98 WAC 20 13 .606 7 7 .500 7.40 5.31 69.5 66.6 Lost First Round 12 Bill Bayno (20-13) 23 1996-97 WAC 22 10 .688 11 5 .688 7.73 3.45 73.1 68.8 Bill Bayno (22-10) 24 1995-96 Big West 10 16 .385 7 11 .389 -2.34 -0.50 67.0 68.9 Bill Bayno (10-16) 25 1994-95 Big West 12 16 .429 7 11 .389 0.72 2.57 76.7 78.5 Cleveland Edwards (5-9), Howie Landa (5-2), Tim Grgurich (2-5) 26 1993-94 Big West 15 13 .536 10 8 .556 0.87 0.46 77.9 76.3 Rollie Massimino (15-13) 27 1992-93 Big West 21 8 .724 13 5 .722 11.17 3.07 89.4 81.3 22 10 25 Rollie Massimino (21-8)
  6. Thinking it would have been much better off - Considering UNLV was moving from being a ranked D-II program to D-I in 1978 thus UNLV left the old WCAC (now WCC) and hired FB coach Tony Knapp away from D-1AA Boise St after Ray Meyer left UNLV for SMU. UNLV was new to D-1 but was competitive right away even beating #8 BYU during that dalliance with the WAC from 1978 to 1982 and handed New Mexico their worst home loss ever 72-7 in ABQ 38 1981 Ind 6 6 0 .500 -5.95 -0.29 Tony Knap (6-6) 39 1980 Ind 7 4 0 .636 4.00 -1.73 Tony Knap (7-4) 40 1979 Ind 9 1 2 .833 -0.93 -7.76 Tony Knap (9-1-2) Rk Year Conf W L T Pct SRS SOS AP Pre AP High AP Post Coach(es) Bowl Notes 41 1978 Ind 7 4 0 .636 -0.70 -5.34 Tony Knap (7-4) UNLV's worst season was 6-6 playing a WAC schedule Once the invite didn't come (thanks BYU & Utah ) UNLV was relegated to the PCAA and FB after 1984 sort of died off and was in the shadow of the resurgent BB program Think BB would have been fine regardless, but not getting that WAC invite really set FB back and it never recovered from a promising 4 year start at the D-I level G Date Day School Opponent Conf Pts Opp W L T Streak Notes 1 Sep 8, 1979 Sat Nevada-Las Vegas @ Cal State Fullerton PCAA W 35 14 1 0 0 W 1 2 Sep 15, 1979 Sat Nevada-Las Vegas @ Nevada Non-Major W 26 21 2 0 0 W 2 3 Sep 22, 1979 Sat Nevada-Las Vegas @ UTEP WAC L 15 17 2 1 0 L 1 4 Sep 29, 1979 Sat Nevada-Las Vegas @ Hawaii WAC W 48 31 3 1 0 W 1 5 Oct 6, 1979 Sat Nevada-Las Vegas Northern Colorado Non-Major W 35 31 4 1 0 W 2 6 Oct 13, 1979 Sat Nevada-Las Vegas New Mexico WAC W 28 20 5 1 0 W 3 7 Oct 20, 1979 Sat Nevada-Las Vegas Utah WAC W 43 41 6 1 0 W 4 8 Oct 27, 1979 Sat Nevada-Las Vegas @ Wyoming WAC W 28 24 7 1 0 W 5 9 Nov 3, 1979 Sat Nevada-Las Vegas @ Fresno State PCAA W 31 28 8 1 0 W 6 10 Nov 10, 1979 Sat Nevada-Las Vegas @ Tennessee State Non-Major W 36 28 9 1 0 W 7 11 Nov 17, 1979 Sat Nevada-Las Vegas Colorado State WAC T 21 21 9 1 1 T 1 12 Nov 24, 1979 Sat Nevada-Las Vegas Lamar Southland T 24 24 9 1 2 T 2
  7. UNLV's rise also brought some old BWC programs up - Fresno was decent, Utah State came on, NMSU had some solid teams and then Cal-Irvine UCSB & LBSU had some talent........UNLV helped bring most of the BWC up a step
  8. I've always felt that UNLV FB would have been a lot better off if the WAC had invited UNLV back in 1982 - BB would have rolled on, but the WAC competition would have been better overall than the PCAA/Big WEst was = And your right, Tark had help from CBS to schedule some of those mid-conference season out of conference power house games to boost UNLV's strength of schedule Tark's worst season at UNLV was when playing a WAC schedule in 1980/81 (16-12) Wyoming swept UNLV that year - and New Mexico ended UNLV's 72 game home court winning streak a year or two before The WAC had some solid teams back then - BYU, Utah Wyoming, New Mexico & UTEP
  9. UNLV2001

    UNLV at Wyoming

    Not a lot of NBA players from this list of MWCPoY winners Mountain West Conference Player of the Year Winner Select an award page: AP Awards AP POY AP-Pre Conference POY AAC POY ACC POY AEC POY ASC POY A-10 POY A-Sun POY Big 12 POY Big 8 POY Big East POY Big Sky POY Big South POY Big Ten POY Big West POY CAA POY CUSA POY ECC POY GMWC POY GSW POY Horizon POY Ivy POY MAAC POY MAC POY MEAC POY Metro POY Mid-Atl POY MVC POY MWC POY NEC POY OVC POY Pac-12 POY Patriot POY SEC POY Southern POY Southland POY Summit POY Sun Belt POY SWAC POY SWC POY WAC POY WCC POY NABC Awards NABC DPOY NABC POY Naismith Awards Naismith Naismith Final Naismith Semi Naismith Top at Position Kareem Award Cousy Award Erving Award Malone Award West Award Various National Awards Helms POY Pomeroy Award Rupp TSN POY UPI POY Tournament Awards NCAA All-Tournament NCAA MOP NIT-MVP USBWA Awards USBWA Final USBWA FOY USBWA POY Wooden Award Wooden Wooden - Final Wooden - Late Wooden - Mid Wooden - Pre Winner (T) - Tie for award Share & more Modify & Share Table Embed this Table Get as Excel Workbook (experimental) Get table as CSV (for Excel) Strip Mobile Formatting Copy Link to Table to Clipboard About Sharing Tools Video: SR Sharing Tools & How-to Video: Stats Table Tips & Tricks Glossary Totals Shooting Per Game Season Player School G GS PTS TRB AST STL BLK WS FG% 2P% 3P% FT% PTS TRB AST STL BLK 2017-18 Caleb Martin Nevada 36 26 680 194 92 45 21 5.5 .454 .506 .403 .749 18.9 5.4 2.6 1.3 0.6 2016-17 Gian Clavell Colorado State 27 26 552 170 47 53 20 4.3 .430 .466 .386 .693 20.4 6.3 1.7 2.0 0.7 2015-16 Josh Adams Wyoming 31 31 740 173 134 44 18 5.3 .441 .508 .378 .827 23.9 5.6 4.3 1.4 0.6 2014-15 Derrick Marks Boise State 32 32 621 118 96 59 14 6.4 .494 .522 .436 .771 19.4 3.7 3.0 1.8 0.4 2013-14 Xavier Thames San Diego State 36 36 633 104 116 59 5 7.5 .411 .432 .374 .834 17.6 2.9 3.2 1.6 0.1 2012-13 Kendall Williams New Mexico 34 32 453 120 166 38 3 5.0 .406 .453 .348 .765 13.3 3.5 4.9 1.1 0.1 2011-12 Jamaal Franklin San Diego State 32 22 557 252 47 31 20 4.8 .433 .502 .325 .800 17.4 7.9 1.5 1.0 0.6 2010-11 Jimmer Fredette Brigham Young 37 37 1068 127 160 49 1 8.5 .452 .491 .396 .894 28.9 3.4 4.3 1.3 0.0 2009-10 Darington Hobson New Mexico 35 35 555 324 160 44 15 5.2 .440 .465 .361 .653 15.9 9.3 4.6 1.3 0.4 2008-09 Luke Nevill Utah 34 34 571 307 44 15 92 7.0 .607 .607 .786 16.8 9.0 1.3 0.4 2.7 2007-08 (T) Lee Cummard Brigham Young 35 35 552 222 123 33 35 8.5 .569 .624 .472 .857 15.8 6.3 3.5 0.9 1.0 2007-08 (T) J.R. Giddens New Mexico 33 33 537 290 103 47 39 7.2 .516 .557 .333 .586 16.3 8.8 3.1 1.4 1.2 2006-07 Keena Young Brigham Young 34 34 590 223 50 15 5 4.5 .543 .543 .803 17.4 6.6 1.5 0.4 0.1 2005-06 Brandon Heath San Diego State 33 33 607 111 114 49 1 4.4 .424 .440 .408 .849 18.4 3.4 3.5 1.5 0.0 2004-05 Andrew Bogut Utah 35 35 715 427 82 34 65 10.9 .620 .636 .360 .692 20.4 12.2 2.3 1.0 1.9 2003-04 (T) Rafael Araujo Brigham Young 30 30 552 303 37 43 25 6.0 .573 .601 .267 .722 18.4 10.1 1.2 1.4 0.8 2003-04 (T) Nick Welch Air Force 28 28 319 113 80 40 16 4.8 .542 .615 .420 .718 11.4 4.0 2.9 1.4 0.6 2002-03 Ruben Douglas New Mexico 28 28 783 185 58 35 8 4.7 .397 .399 .395 .841 28.0 6.6 2.1 1.3 0.3 2001-02 Britton Johnsen Utah 30 30 379 189 46 29 16 3.7 .496 .565 .356 .601 12.6 6.3 1.5 1.0 0.5 2000-01 Mekeli Wesley Brigham Young 33 33 569 181 45 19 27 6.1 .513 .538 .421 .806 17.2 5.5 1.4 0.6 0.8 Totals Shooting Per Game Season Player School G GS PTS TRB AST STL BLK WS FG% 2P% 3P% FT% PTS TRB AST STL BLK 1999-00 Alex Jensen Utah 32 419 240 100 29 8 5.5 .542 .605 .460 .702 13.1 7.5 3.1 0.9 0.3 Support us without the ads? Go Ad-Free.
  10. UNLV2001

    UNLV at Wyoming

    UNLV basically beating who thy should beat - Tho sweeping New Mexico wasn't expected
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    UNLV at Wyoming

    NV might be the best balanced team the MWC has had If NBA talent is a factor, it remains to be seen if any of the current NV players reach the NBA - I don't see any "for sure" NBA guys but my opinion means nothing
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    UNLV at Wyoming

    More PROPAGANDA
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    UNLV at Wyoming

    UNLV needs to take any road win and move on
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    UNLV at Wyoming

    More MEDIA PROPAGANDA !!!
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