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UNLV 2014 FOOTBALL


2014 SPRING PROSPECTUS


REBEL DEPTH CHART POST-SPRING 2014

REBEL SPECIALISTS


2014 SQUAD BREAKDOWN


2014 UNLV NUMERICAL ROSTER


2014 UNLV NUMERICAL ROSTER


2014 UNLV ALPHABETICAL ROSTER


2014 UNLV ALPHABETICAL ROSTER


2014 SEASON OUTLOOK BACK-TO-BACK WINNING SEASONS THE GOAL

DECKER

SHERRY


2014 SEASON OUTLOOK

SULLIVAN BARNHILL

CORNETT DAVIS


2014 SEASON OUTLOOK

WATERMAN


2014 SEASON OUTLOOK

HODGE

YUNKER

KOHORST PENNY

HASSON


REBEL NOTES & NUMBERS

DD=TD

UNLV wideout and Biletnikoff Award candidate Devante Davis returns after a record-breaking junior season. The tall Texan shattered the school’s single-season TD catch mark with 14 last fall, a total that ranked seventh in the nation. He will need nine more this season to pass the school’s career leader, Phillip Payne, who scored 26 times through the air from 2008-11. Davis is already the only Rebel in history to catch three touchdowns in one game three times in a career -- doing all three just last year. His 87 receptions were just one off the school single-season record and his 1,290 yards also ranked second in UNLV history. His 2,144 combined yards in 2012-13 made him the first player in school history to go over 2,000 yards through the air in a two-season span. The seventh 1,000-yard receiver in school history and only the second since 1994, Davis was named Second Team A All-MW. His four scoring catches against San Diego State tied the school’s single-season record (Henry Bailey in 1994 and Nate Hawkins in 1971). On Sept. 30, Davis was named MW Offensive Player of the Week after posting a career-high 10 receptions for 164 yards and three touchdowns to help UNLV rally past New Mexico 56-42. Davis was remarkably the first Rebel receiver to earn the Las Vegas native Marcus Sullivan conference’s weekly honor since Nate heads into his final season as UNLV’s Turner in 2000. career kickoff return average leader with 26.69 yards per attempt. While DAVIS’ UNLV RECEIVING STATS he did not technically make it into the Y YEAR REC YDS AVG TD LG NCAA stats because he missed the 2013 87 1,290 14.8 14 69 season’s first three games, Sullivan’s 2012 61 854 14.0 4 75 2011 4 42 10.5 0 18 average of 28.3 yards per return on TOTAL 152 2,186 14.4 18 75 18 attempts a year ago ranked third in school history and 10th in the nation.

Kickoff King


2014 UNLV SIGNEES


HEAD COACH BOBBY HAUCK


ASSISTANT COACHES


ASSISTANT COACHES


UNLV STATISTICAL LEADERS


UNLV TEAM STATISTICS

2013 RESULTS (7-6, 5-3 MW)

UNLV OPP TEAM STATISTICS LV OPP SCORING 389 414 Points Per Game 29.9 31.8 FIRST DOWNS 307 285 Rushing 133 140 Passing 156 135 Penalty 18 10 RUSHING YARDAGE 2243 2802 Yards gained rushing 2559 3042 Yards lost rushing 316 240 Rushing Attempts 507 558 Average Per Rush 4.4 5.0 Average Per Game 172.5 215.5 TDs Rushing 25 28 PASSING YARDAGE 3105 2830 Comp-Att-Int 299-483-10 224-423-11 Average Per Pass 6.4 6.7 Average Per Catch 10.4 12.6 Average Per Game 238.8 217.7 TDs Passing 27 21 TOTAL OFFENSE 5348 5632 Total Plays 990 981 Average Per Play 5.4 5.7 Average Per Game 411.4 433.2 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 51-1168 52-1145 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 16-52 23-222 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 11-87 10-217 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 22.9 22.0 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 3.2 9.7 INT RETURN AVERAGE 7.9 21.7 FUMBLES-LOST 9-5 22-9 PENALTIES-Yards 45-406 79-647 Average Per Game 31.2 49.8 PUNTS-Yards 65-2719 54-2190 Average Per Punt 41.8 40.6 Net punt average 36.0 36.6 KICKOFFS-Yards 73-4345 79-4937 Average Per Kick 59.5 62.5 Net kick average 38.0 39.5 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 29:49 30:11 3RD-DOWN Conversions 77/193 99/208 3rd-Down Pct 40% 48% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 12/25 10/28 4th-Down Pct 48% 36% SACKS BY-Yards 21-135 26-194 MISC YARDS 0 80 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 52 55 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 10-19 11-16 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-1 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES (42-54) 78% (36-44) 82% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (36-54) 67% (29-44) 66% PAT-ATTEMPTS (45-49) 92% (49-51) 96% ATTENDANCE 120486 168245 Games/Avg Per Game 7/17212 5/33649 Neutral Site Games 1/38380

Date Opponent W/L Aug 29 MINNESOTA L Sept. 7 ARIZONA L Sept. 14 CENTRAL MICHIGAN W Sept. 21 WESTERN ILLINOIS W Sept. 28 at New Mexico* W Oct. 12 HAWAI’I* W Oct. 19 at No. 17/19 Fresno State* L Oct. 26 at Nevada, Reno* W Nov. 2 SAN JOSE STATE* L Nov. 9 UTAH STATE* L Nov. 21 at Air Force* W Nov. 30 SAN DIEGO STATE* W Jan. 1, 2014 vs. North Texas L *Mountain West game

PUNTING PLAYER YUNKER, Logan Total Opponents

No 65 59 54

Yds Avg 2719 41.8 2483 42.1 2190 40.6

Long 73 73 68

TB 8 7 8

FC 13 12 17

I20 50+ Blkd 16 15 0 16 15 0 14 11 1

Score Attend 23-51 44,217 13-58 26,950 31-21 10,981 38-7 13,017 56-42 23,639 39-37 22,755 38-14 37,604 27-22 32,521 34-24 15,837 28-24 15,062 41-21 29,898 45-19 15,884 14-36 38,380

Record Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 7-6 4-3 3-2 0-1 Conference 5-3 1-2 3-1 0-0 Non-Conference 2-3 2-1 0-1 0-1

SCORE BY QUARTERS UNLV Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total 71 132 76 110 0 389 93 151 68 102 0 414

ATTENDANCE (AVG) Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

13/288,731 (13/22,210) 7/120,486 (7/17,212) 5/168,245 (5/33,649) 1/38,380 (1/38,380)

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE

PLAYER G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G CORNETT, Tim 13 1284 164 0 0 0 1448 111.4 DAVIS, Devante 13 0 1290 0 0 0 1290 99.2 SULLIVAN, Marcus 9 81 505 0 509 0 1095 121.7 MURRAY-LAWRENCE 12 418 66 0 117 0 601 50.1 WHITELY, Keith 13 56 0 43 407 0 506 38.9 MATAELE, Maika 13 0 411 0 0 0 411 31.6 HERRING, Caleb 13 346 0 0 0 0 346 26.6 SMITH, Adonis 12 70 61 0 132 0 263 21.9 WILLIAMS, Anthony 12 0 188 0 0 0 188 15.7 PHILLIPS, Jake 12 0 143 0 0 0 143 11.9 BARNHILL, Taylor 13 3 131 0 0 0 134 10.3 RICE JR., Jerry 11 0 86 0 0 0 86 7.8 CRAWFORD, Frank 10 0 0 0 0 45 45 4.5 CRISWELL, Aaron 8 0 33 0 0 0 33 4.1 PRICE, Andrew 11 0 27 0 0 0 27 2.5 HORSEY, Mike 12 0 0 0 0 22 22 1.8 MCTYER, Torry 13 0 0 0 0 15 15 1.2 SHERRY, Nick 5 9 0 0 0 0 9 1.8 GREENE, David 13 0 0 5 0 0 5 0.4 MAKA, Tani 13 0 0 0 0 5 5 0.4 LANGHAM, Trent 13 0 0 4 0 0 4 0.3 BERGSTEN, Tyler 13 0 0 0 3 0 3 0.2 YUNKER, Logan 13 -2 0 0 0 0 -2 -0.2 TEAM 8 -11 0 0 0 0 -11 -1.4 KOHORST, Nolan 13 -11 0 0 0 0 -11 -0.8 Total 13 2243 3105 52 1168 87 6655 511.9 Opponents 13 2802 2830 222 1145 217 7216 555.1


RUSHING

KICK RETURNS

PLAYER G Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Lg Avg/G CORNETT, Tim 13 264 1324 40 1284 4.9 15 75 98.8 MURRAY-LAWRENCE 12 47 430 12 418 8.9 2 79 34.8 HERRING, Caleb 13 127 543 197 346 2.7 5 26 26.6 SULLIVAN, Marcus 9 6 88 7 81 13.5 1 69 9.0 SMITH, Adonis 12 28 78 8 70 2.5 2 16 5.8 WHITELY, Keith 13 10 57 1 56 5.6 0 15 4.3 SHERRY, Nick 5 14 36 27 9 0.6 0 11 1.8 BARNHILL, Taylor 13 1 3 0 3 3.0 0 3 0.2 YUNKER, Logan 13 1 0 2 -2 -2.0 0 0 -0.2 KOHORST, Nolan 13 1 0 11 -11 -11.0 0 0 -0.8 Total 13 507 2559 316 2243 4.4 25 79 172.5 Opponents 13 558 3042 240 2802 5.0 28 68 215.5

PLAYER No WHITELY, Keith 18 SULLIVAN, Marcus 18 SMITH, Adonis 8 MURRAY-LAWRENCE 6 BERGSTEN, Tyler 1 Total 51 Opponents 52

PASSING PLAYER G Effic HERRING, Caleb 13 136.67 SHERRY, Nick 5 92.28 BARNHILL, Taylor 13 0.00 WILLIAMS, Anthony 12 293.20 SULLIVAN, Marcus 9 326.80 Total 13 130.21 Opponents 13 120.34

C-A-I Pct Yds TD Lg Avg/G 256-405-5 63.2 2718 24 63 209.1 41-75-5 54.7 337 3 69 67.4 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 1-1-0 100 23 0 23 1.9 1-1-0 100 27 0 27 3.0 299-483-10 61.9 3105 27 69 238.8 224-423-11 53.0 2830 21 75 217.7

RECEIVING PLAYER G No Yds Avg TD Long DAVIS, Devante 13 87 1290 14.8 14 69 SULLIVAN, Marcus 9 45 505 11.2 5 39 MATAELE, Maika 13 36 411 11.4 3 36 CORNETT, Tim 13 30 164 5.5 0 20 WILLIAMS, Anthony 12 21 188 9.0 1 27 BARNHILL, Taylor 13 21 131 6.2 2 21 PHILLIPS, Jake 12 19 143 7.5 1 27 RICE JR., Jerry 11 11 86 7.8 1 15 MURRAY-LAWRENCE 12 11 66 6.0 0 23 SMITH, Adonis 12 9 61 6.8 0 18 CRISWELL, Aaron 8 5 33 6.6 0 9 PRICE, Andrew 11 3 27 9.0 0 15 KILLIAN, Jack 11 1 0 0.0 0 0 Total 13 299 3105 10.4 27 69 Opponents 13 224 2830 12.6 21 75

Avg/G 99.2 56.1 31.6 12.6 15.7 10.1 11.9 7.8 5.5 5.1 4.1 2.5 0.0 238.8 217.7

Yds Avg 407 22.6 509 28.3 132 16.5 117 19.5 3 3.0 1168 22.9 1145 22.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 46 75 29 25 3 75 98

FUMBLE RETURNS PLAYER PENNY, Kenneth CRAWFORD, Frank Total Opponents

No 1 1 2 1

Yds 22 8 30 36

Avg 22.0 8.0 15.0 36.0

TD 0 0 0 1

Long 22 8 22 36

INTERCEPTIONS PLAYER No Yds Avg TD Long CRAWFORD, Frank 4 45 11.2 0 27 VEA, Peni 2 0 0.0 0 0 MCTYER, Torry 1 15 15.0 0 15 GASTON, Tyler 1 0 0.0 0 0 MAKA, Tani 1 5 5.0 0 5 HASSON, Tajh 1 0 0.0 0 0 HORSEY, Mike 1 22 22.0 0 22 Total 11 87 7.9 0 27 Opponents 10 217 21.7 3 89

PUNT RETURNS PLAYER No Yds Avg TD Long WHITELY, Keith 15 43 2.9 0 14 LANGHAM, Trent 1 4 4.0 0 0 GREENE, David 0 5 0.0 0 5 Total 16 52 3.2 0 14 Opponents 23 222 9.7 1 71

SCORING TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYER G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G HERRING, Caleb 13 532 346 2718 3064 235.7 CORNETT, Tim 13 264 1284 0 1284 98.8 MURRAY-LAWRENCE 12 47 418 0 418 34.8 SHERRY, Nick 5 89 9 337 346 69.2 SULLIVAN, Marcus 9 7 81 27 108 12.0 SMITH, Adonis 12 28 70 0 70 5.8 WHITELY, Keith 13 10 56 0 56 4.3 WILLIAMS, Anthony 12 1 0 23 23 1.9 BARNHILL, Taylor 13 2 3 0 3 0.2 YUNKER, Logan 13 1 -2 0 -2 -0.2 TEAM 8 8 -11 0 -11 -1.4 KOHORST, Nolan 13 1 -11 0 -11 -0.8 Total 13 990 2243 3105 5348 411.4 Opponents 13 981 2802 2830 5632 433.2

|——— PATs ———| PLAYER TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points CORNETT, Tim 15 - - - - - - - 90 DAVIS, Devante 14 - - - 1 - - - 86 KOHORST, Nolan 0 10-19 45-48 - - - - - 75 SULLIVAN, Marcus 6 - - - - - - - 36 HERRING, Caleb 5 - - - - 1-3 - - 30 MATAELE, Maika 3 - - - - - - - 18 SMITH, Adonis 2 - - - - - - - 12 MURRAY-LAWRENCE 2 - - - - - - - 12 BARNHILL, Taylor 2 - - - - - - - 12 PHILLIPS, Jake 1 - - - - - - - 6 RICE JR., Jerry 1 - - - - - - - 6 WILLIAMS, Anthony 1 - - - - - - - 6 TEAM - - 0-1 - - - - - Total 52 10-19 45-49 0-0 1 1-3 0 0 389 Opponents 55 11-16 49-51 1-2 0 0-2 0 0 414


DEFENSIVE STATISTICS NO PLAYER 42 VEA, Peni 41 MAKA, Tani 43 HASSON, Tim 99 GASTON, Tyler 5 CRAWFORD, Frank 29 HASSON, Tajh 32 HORSEY, Mike 85 SPARKMAN, Jordan 93 SANITOA, Sonny 97 GARRICK, Mark 17 PENNY, Kenneth 55 LOTULELEI, Tau 20 VINAL, Matt 36 KLORMAN, Alex 94 VALOAGA, Jeremiah 53 EHLERT, Max 24 WILSON, Fred 48 VAESAU, Siuea 90 HOLLOWAY, Parker 7 PHILIPPI, Marc 25 BAKER, Brandon 22 GREENE, David 96 CLARK, Efrem 50 LANGHAM, Trent 98 KOKI, Asten 19 MCTYER, Torry 54 PORCHIA, Iggy 56 FEULA, Malo 44 KEYS, Kenny 11 HAWTHORNE, Troy 28 WHITELY, Keith 40 BORNAND, Nicolai 18 SULLIVAN, Marcus 6 WILLIAMS, Anthony 4 HODGE, Sidney 9 CRISWELL, Aaron 58 ROTH, Brian TM TEAM 89 BERGSTEN, Tyler 88 PRICE, Andrew 92 HOWARD, Charles 46 PHILLIPS, Jake 84 BALDWIN, Dominic Total Opponents

|————Tackles————| G Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds 13 68 40 108 3.0-14 13 47 50 97 6.5-25 13 51 33 84 4.5-9 13 26 30 56 7.0-41 10 30 23 53 . 13 39 10 49 1.5-4 12 30 13 43 6.5-10 13 24 13 37 3.5-14 13 15 19 34 5.5-14 13 22 11 33 5.0-10 13 25 7 32 1.0-5 11 15 16 31 4.0-15 13 20 11 31 1.5-3 13 15 16 31 3.5-7 11 13 14 27 5.5-14 11 13 12 25 1.0-1 13 15 7 22 1.0-4 13 12 7 19 3.5-21 13 14 3 17 3.0-14 13 8 4 12 1.0-6 13 7 3 10 0.5-0 13 8 2 10 . 8 5 5 10 1.5-7 13 4 5 9 1.0-8 6 5 4 9 . 13 3 5 8 . 9 1 6 7 . 10 2 4 6 . 3 3 2 5 . 12 1 3 4 . 13 2 2 4 . 10 2 1 3 . 9 2 1 3 . 12 1 1 2 . 2 2 . 2 . 8 1 . 1 . 12 . 1 1 . 8 1 . 1 1.0-1 13 1 . 1 . 11 . 1 1 . 12 1 . 1 . 12 1 . 1 . 12 1 . 1 . 13 556 385 941 72-247 13 560 380 940 82.0-329

|-Sacks-| No-Yds . 0.5-1 . 5.5-39 . 1.0-3 . 1.0-10 2.0-8 1.0-4 . . . 1.5-5 1.0-7 . . 2.0-18 2.0-13 1.0-6 . . 0.5-6 1.0-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-135 26-194

|—Pass Def—| Int-Yds BrUp 2-0 2 1-5 . . 4 1-0 . 4-45 2 1-0 11 1-22 3 . 1 . 1 . . . 18 . . . . . 3 . 1 . . . 3 . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-15 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-87 55 10-217 45

|-Fumbles-| Blkd Rcv-Yds FF Kick . . . . . . 2 1-0 . . 1-0 . . 2-8 . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . 2-22 . 1 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 9-30 1 6 5-36 4

Saf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

STARTING LINEUPS OFFENSE OPPONENT WR WR at Minnesota Williams, A. Davis ARIZONA Williams, A. Davis CENTRAL MICHIGAN Mataele Davis WESTERN ILLINOIS Williams, A. Davis at New Mexico Mataele Davis HAWAI’I Sullivan Davis at Fresno State Sullivan Davis at Nevada, Reno Sullivan Davis SAN JOSE STATE Sullivan Davis UTAH STATE Sullivan Davis at Air Force Sullivan Davis SAN DIEGO STATE Sullivan Davis vs. North Texas Sullivan Davis DEFENSE OPPONENT at Minnesota ARIZONA CENTRAL MICHIGAN WESTERN ILLINOIS at New Mexico HAWAI’I at Fresno State at Nevada, Reno SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE at Air Force SAN DIEGO STATE vs, North Texas

LT LG C RG RT TE/WR QB TE/WR/FB TB PK Boyko Jefferson Waterman Gstrein Oberg Phillips Sherry Mataele Cornett Kohorst Boyko Jefferson Waterman Gstrein Oberg Phillips Sherry Criswell Cornett Kohorst Boyko Jefferson Waterman Gstrein Oberg Phillips Sherry Criswell Cornett Kohorst Boyko Jefferson Waterman Gstrein Oberg Phillips Herring Barnhill Cornett Kohorst Boyko Jefferson Waterman Scoggins Oberg Phillips Herring Barnhill Cornett Kohorst Boyko Jefferson Waterman Scoggins Oberg Williams, A. Herring Mataele Cornett Kohorst Boyko Jefferson Waterman Scoggins Oberg Williams, A. Herring Mataele Cornett Kohorst Boyko Jefferson Waterman Scoggins Oberg Price Herring Mataele Cornett Kohorst Boyko Jefferson Waterman Scoggins Oberg Barnhill Herring Mataele Cornett Kohorst Boyko Jefferson Waterman Scoggins Oberg Barnhill Herring Mataele Cornett Kohorst Boyko Jefferson Waterman Scoggins Oberg Price Herring Mataele Cornett Kohorst Boyko Jefferson Waterman Scoggins Oberg Phillips Herring Barnhill Cornett Kohorst Boyko Jefferson Waterman Scoggins Oberg Phillips Herring Barnhill Cornett Kohorst

DE DT DT DE LB/DB LB LB CB Sanitoa Klorman Garrick Sparkman Lotulelei Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta. Sanitoa Gaston Garrick Sparkman Horsey Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta. Sanitoa Gaston Garrick Sparkman Lotulelei Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta. Sanitoa Gaston Garrick Sparkman Ehlert Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta. Sanitoa Gaston Garrick Sparkman Ehlert Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta. Sanitoa Gaston Garrick Sparkman Ehlert Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta. Sanitoa Gaston Garrick Sparkman Horsey Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta. Sanitoa Gaston Garrick Sparkman Ehlert Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta. Sanitoa Gaston Garrick Sparkman Horsey Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta. Sanitoa Gaston Garrick Valoaga Ehlert Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta. Sanitoa Gaston Garrick Sparkman Ehlert Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta. Sanitoa Gaston Garrick Sparkman Lotulelei Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta. Sanitoa Gaston Garrick Sparkman Lotulelei Maka Hasson, Tim Hasson, Ta.

SS FS CB P Vea Crawford Hodge Yunker Vea Crawford Hodge Yunker Vea Crawford Penny Yunker Vea Crawford Penny Yunker Vea Crawford Penny Yunker Vea Crawford Penny Yunker Vea Crawford Penny Yunker Vea Crawford Penny Yunker Vea Crawford Penny Yunker Vea Crawford Penny Yunker Vea Horsey Penny Yunker Vea Horsey Penny Yunker Vea Horsey Penny Yunker


2013 GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS UNLV

RUSH PASS OFF. 1STDwn POSS. TOs

at Minnesota 193 226 419 21 ARIZONA 157 125 282 10 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 122 289 411 24 WESTERN ILLINOIS 284 140 424 23 at New Mexico 248 320 568 25 HAWAI’I 194 385 579 38 at 17/19 Fresno State 133 161 294 17 at Nevada, Reno 149 335 484 29 SAN JOSE STATE 86 265 351 25 UTAH STATE 150 252 402 24 at Air Force 330 141 471 30 SAN DIEGO STATE 131 270 401 22 vs. North Texas 66 196 262 19

31:56 2 24:22 3 27:47 1 29:00 0 27:17 1 37:33 1 26:13 0 33:36 1 26:25 2 32:57 1 35:50 1 29:58 0 24:44 2

OPPONENT

RUSH PASS OFF. 1STDwn Poss. TOs

at Minnesota 221 99 320 17 ARIZONA 397 81 478 25 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 113 265 378 21 WESTERN ILLINOIS 197 141 338 19 at New Mexico 497 84 581 22 HAWAI’I 129 325 454 21 at 17/19 Fresno State 206 435 641 33 at Nevada, Reno 130 357 487 18 SAN JOSE STATE 312 180 492 26 UTAH STATE 153 288 441 24 at Air Force 228 70 298 17 SAN DIEGO STATE 88 239 327 21 vs. North Texas 141 256 397 21

28:04 1 35:38 1 32:13 2 31:00 2 32:43 2 22:27 1 33:47 1 26:24 2 33:35 2 27:03 2 24:10 1 30:02 2 35:16 1

2013 TEAM SUPERLATIVES UNLV HIGH Points Scored 56, at New Mexico (9/28) First Downs 38, vs. Hawai’i (10/12) Rushing 20, at Air Force (11/21) Passing 22, vs. Hawai’i (10/12) Penalty 3, vs. Utah State (11/9) Rushing Attempts 58, at Air Force (11/21) Rushing Yards 330, at Air Force (11/21) Passing Attempts 56, vs. Hawai’i (10/12) Passing Completions 36, at Minnesota (8/29) Passing Yards 385, vs. Hawai’i (10/12) Passes Had Intercepted 2, twice, last vs. San Jose State (11/2) Total Offensive Plays 113, vs. Hawai’i (10/12) Total Offensive Yards 579, vs. Hawai’i (10/12) Fumbles 2, 3x, last vs. North Texas (1/1) Lost 1, 5x, last vs. North Texas (1/1) Penalties 8, vs. Arizona (9/7) Yards 70, vs. Arizona (9/7) Sacks 4, vs. Utah State (11/9) Yards 22, vs. Utah State (11/9)

LOW 13, vs. Arizona (9/7) 10, vs. Arizona (9/7) 7, twice, last vs. North Texas (1/1) 2, vs. Arizona (9/7) 0, 3x, last vs. Fresno State (10/19) 25, at Fresno State (10/19) 66, vs. North Texas (1/1) 18, at Air Force (11/21) 9, vs. Arizona (9/7) 125, vs. Arizona (9/7) 0, 6x, last vs. San Diego State (11/30) 63, twice, last vs. San Diego State (11/30) 262, vs. North Texas (1/1) 0, 7x, last vs. San Diego State (11/30) 0, 8x, last vs. San Diego State (11/30) 0, vs. Western Illinois (9/22) 0, vs. Western Illinois (9/22) 0, twice, last at Fresno State (10/19) 0, twice, last at Fresno State (10/19)

OPPONENTS HIGH Points Scored 58, vs. Arizona (9/7) First Downs 33, at Fresno State (10/19) Rushing 20, vs. Arizona (9/7) Passing 22, at Fresno State (10/19) Penalty 2, 3x, last vs. San Diego State (11/30) Rushing Attempts 68, vs. Arizona (9/7) Rushing Yards 497, at New Mexico (9/28) Passing Attempts 51, at Fresno State (10/19) Passing Completions 35, at Fresno State (10/19) Passing Yards 435, at Fresno State (10/19) Passes Had Intercepted 2, 4x, last vs. San Diego State (11/30) Total Offensive Plays 90, at Fresno State (10/19) Total Offensive Yards 641, at Fresno State (10/19) Fumbles 4, vs. Utah State (11/9) Lost 2, twice, last vs. Utah State (11/9) Penalties 13, at Nevada, Reno (10/26) Yards 105, at Nevada, Reno (10/26) Sacks 5, vs. North Texas (1/1) Yards 35, vs. North Texas (1/1)

LOW 7, vs. Western Illinois (9/22) 17, twice, last at Air Force (11/21) 4, vs. Hawai’i (10/12) 3, 3x, last at Air Force (11/21) 0, 6x, last vs. North Texas (1/1) 26, vs. Hawai’i (10/12) 88, vs. San Diego State (11/30) 13, twice, at Air Force (11/21) 4, at Air Force (11/21) 70, at Air Force (11/21) 0, 5x, last at Air Force (11/21) 61, at Minnesota (8/29) 298, at Air Force (11/21) 0, 4x, last vs. San Jose State (11/2) 0, 6x, last vs. San Diego State (11/30) 1, at Minnesota (8/29) 5, at Minnesota (8/29) 0, vs. Western Illinois (9/22) 0, vs. Western Illinois (9/22)


2013 INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES UNLV Rushing Attempts: Rushing Yards: TD Run: Non-Scoring Run:

OPPONENT

36, Tim Cornett at Air Force (11/21) 220, Tim Cornett at Air Force (11/21) 75, Tim Cornett at New Mexico (9/28) 64, Shaq Murray-Lawrence at Minnesota (8/29)

Passes Attempted: 56, Caleb Herring vs. Hawai’i (10/12) Passes Completed: 35, Nick Sherry at Minnesota (8/29) Passes Had Intercepted: 2, 3 x, last Caleb Herring vs. San Jose State (11/2) Completion Percentage: .857, Caleb Herring vs. Central Michigan (9/14) Passing Yards: 385, Caleb Herring vs. Hawai’i (10/12) TD Pass: 69, Nick Sherry to Devante Davis vs. Arizona (9/7) Non-Scoring Pass: 50, Caleb Herring to Devante Davis vs. Central Michigan (9/14) Receptions: 11, Marcus Sullivan vs. Hawai’i (10/12) Reception Yards: 171, Devante Davis vs. San Diego State (11/30) Punt Returns: 5, Keith Whitely vs. Central Michigan (9/14) Punt Return Yards: 27, Keith Whitely vs. Central Michigan (9/14) Punt Return Long: 14, Keith Whitely vs. Central Michigan (9/14) Punt Return, TD: N/A Kickoff Returns: 5, Shaq Murray-Lawrence at New Mexico (9/28) 5, Adonis Smith at Minnesota (8/29) Kickoff Return Yards: 136, Marcus Sullivan vs. Utah State (11/9) Kickoff Return Long: 75, Marcus Sullivan vs. Utah State (11/9) Kickoff Return, TD: N/A Offensive Attempts: Offensive Yards: All-Purpose Attempts: All-Purpose Yards:

76, Caleb Herring vs. Hawai’i (10/12) 406, Caleb Herring vs. Hawai’i (10/12) 37, Tim Cornett at Air Force (11/21) 232, Marcus Sullivan vs. Utah State (11/9)

Rushing Attempts: Rushing Yards: TD Run: Non-Scoring Run:

28, Jarrod Lawson of San Jose State (11/2) 192, Kasey Carrier of New Mexico (9/28) 62, Carlos Wiggins of New Mexico (9/28) 68, Kasey Carrier of New Mexico (9/28)

Passes Attempted: 48, Derek Carr of Fresno State (10/19) Passes Completed: 33, Derek Carr of Fresno State (10/19) Passes Had Intercepted: 2, Quinn Kaehler of San Diego State (11/30) 2, Daivd Fales of San Jose State (11/2) 2, Trenton Norvell of Western Illinois (9/22) 2, Cooper Rush of Central Michigan (9/14) Completion Percentage: .687, Derek Carr of Fresno State (10/19) Passing Yards: 412, Derek Carr of Fresno State (10/19) TD Pass: 75, Davante Adams from Derek Carr of Fresno State (10/19) Non-Scoring Pass: 43, Brandon Wimberly from Cody Fajardo of Nevada, Reno (10/26) Receptions: 8, Richy Turner of Nevada, Reno(10/26) 8, Isaiah Burse of Fresno State (10/19) 8, Davante Adams of Fresno State (10/19) 8, Titus Davis of Central Michigan (9/14) Reception Yards: 221, Davante Adams of Fresno State (10/19) Punt Returns: 5, Johnny Jackson of Arizona (9/7) Punt Return Yards: 59, Johnny Jackson of Arizona (9/7) Punt Return Long: 25, Johnny Jackson of Arizona (9/7) Punt Return, TD: N/A Kickoff Returns: 4, Colin Lockett of San Diego State (11/30) 4, Jerry Harris of Central Michigan (9/14) Kickoff Return Yards: 134, Marcus Jones of Minnesota (8/29) Kickoff Return Long: 98, Marcus Jones of Minnesota (8/29) Kickoff Return, TD: 98, Marcus Jones of Minnesota (8/29)

Points: Touchdowns:

24, Tim Cornett at Air Force (11/21) 4, Tim Cornett at Air Force (11/21)

Offensive Attempts: Offensive Yards:

50, Cooper Rush of Central Michigan (9/14) 428, Derek Carr of Fresno State (10/19)

Field Goals Attempted: Field Goals Made:

4, Nolan Kohorst vs. Hawai’i (10/12) 4, Nolan Kohorst vs. Hawai’i (10/12)

All-Purpose Attempts: All-Purpose Yards:

30, Jarrod Lawson of San Jose State (11/2) 263, Carlos Wiggins of New Mexico (9/28)

Longest Field Goal Attempted: 52, Nolan Kohorst vs. North Texas (1/1) Longest Field Goal Made: 50, Nolan Kohorst vs. San Diego State (11/30)

Points: Touchdowns:

24, Davante Adams of Fresno State (10/19) 4, Davante Adams of Fresno State (10/19)

Punts: Best Punting Average: Longest Punt:

Field Goals Attempted: Field Goals Made: Longest Field Goal Attempted: Longest Field Goal Made:

8, Logan Yunker at Nevada, Reno (10/26) 51.7, Logan Yunker at New Mexico (9/28) 73, Logan Yunker at Air Force (11/21)

Tackles: 13, Peni Vea at Nevada, Reno (10/26) Sacks: 1.5, Tyler Gaston vs. Utah State (11/9) 1.5, Tyler Gaston vs. Central Michigan (9/14) Interceptions: 1, Mike Horsey vs. San Diego State (11/30) 1, Tyler Gaston vs. San Diego State (11/30) 1, Peni Vea vs. San Jose State (11/2) 1, Frank Crawford vs. San Jose State (11/2) 1, Frank Crawford at Nevada, Reno (10/26) 1, Frank Crawford at Fresno State (10/19) 1, Tani Maka vs. Western Illinois (9/22) 1, Torry McTyer vs. Western Illinois (9/22) 1, Frank Crawford vs. Central Michigan (9/14) 1, Peni Vea vs. Central Michigan (9/14) 1, Tajh Hasson at Minnesota (8/29) Interception Return: 27, Frank Crawford at Fresno State (10/19) Interception Return, TD: N/A Fumbles Forced: 2, Sonny Sanitoa vs. Utah State (11/9) Fumbles Recovered: 1, Tau Lotulelei vs. North Texas (1/1) 1, Tim Hasson at Air Force (11/21) 1, Mark Garrick vs. Utah State (11/9) 1, Tyler Gaston vs. Utah State (11/9) 1, Kenneth Penny vs. Hawai’i (10/12) 1, Kenneth Penny at New Mexico (9/28) 1, Tajh Hasson at New Mexico (9/28) 1, Frank Crawford vs. Arizona (9/7) Fumble Return: 22, Kenneth Penny vs. Hawai’i (10/12) Fumble Return, TD: N/A

Punts: Best Punting Average: Longest Punt:

4, Jake Smith of Arizona (9/7) 3, Brent Zuzo of Nevada, Reno (10/26) 3, Jake Smith of Arizona (9/7) 50, Jake Thompson of Utah State (11/9) 50, Chris Hawthorne of Minnesota (8/29) 44, Austin Lopez of San Jose State (11/2)

7, Scott Harding of Hawai’i (10/12) 54.8, Chase Tenpenny of Nevada, Reno (10/26) 68, Chase Tenpenny of Nevada, Reno (10/26)

Tackles: 17, Jordan Pierce of Air Force (11/21) Sacks: 1.5, Zachary Orr of North Texas (1/1) 1.5, Aaron Bellazin of North Texas (1/1) 1.5, Beau Yap of Hawai’i (10/12) Interceptions: 1, Kenny Buyers of North Texas (1/1) 1, Nevin Lawson of Utah State (11/9) 1, Bene Benikere of of San Jose State (11/2) 1, Forrest Hightower of San Jose State (11/2) 1, Tray Henderson of Hawai’i (10/12) 1, Briean Boddy-Calhoun of Minnesota (8/29) 1, Tra’Mayne Bondurant of Arizona (9/7) 1, Jake Fischer of Arizona (9/7) 1, S. Benton of Central Michigan (9/14) Interception Return: 89, Briean Boddy-Calhoun of Minnesota (8/29) Interception Return, TD: 89, Briean Boddy-Calhoun of Minnesota (8/29) Fumbles Forced: 1, Jordan Dobrich of Nevada, Reno (10/26) 1, Brett Bowers of New Mexico (9/28) 1, Tevin Hood of Arizona (9/7) Fumbles Recovered: 1, Zed Evans of North Texas (1/1) 1, Donnie Wharton of Air Force (11/21) 1, Jack Reynoso of Nevada, Reno (10/26) 1, SaQwan Edwards of New Mexico (9/28) 1, Marquis Flowers of Arizona (9/7) Fumble Return: 36, Marquis Flowers of Arizona (9/7) Fumble Return, TD: N/A


2013 GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING (Att.-Yds.-TD-Long) OPPONENT at Minnesota ARIZONA CENTRAL MICHIGAN WESTERN ILLINOIS at New Mexico HAWAI’I at Fresno State at Nevada, Reno SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE at Air Force SAN DIEGO STATE vs. North Texas

CORNETT MURRAY-LAWRENCE 20-80-1-26 4-108-0-64 15-62-0-12 4-82-1-79 22-94-1-15 4-21-0-14 12-83-2-42 10-54-0-33 25-179-3-75 3-4-0-3 29-162-2-25 9-11-0-5 10-49-0-18 3-79-1-73 26-122-1-20 1-(-2)-0-(-2) 12-24-0-5 1-7-0-7 29-115-1-21 DNP 36-220-4-46 8-54-0-24 16-61-0-17 0-0-0-0 12-34-33-11 0-0-0-0

PASSING (Comp.-Att.-Int.-Yds.-TD) OPPONENT at Minnesota ARIZONA CENTRAL MICHIGAN WESTERN ILLINOIS at New Mexico HAWAI’I at Fresno State at Nevada, Reno SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE at Air Force SAN DIEGO STATE vs. North Texas

SHERRY 35-50-2-226-2 6-22-2-111-1 0-1-1-0-0 0-2-0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

HERRING 1-1-0-0-0 3-5-0-14-0 24-28-0-266-3 14-20-0-140-1 24-34-0-293-4 34-56-1-385-1 27-42-0-161-1 29-42-0-335-3 26-49-2-265-2 17-39-1-252-2 15-18-0-141-0 20-30-0-270-5 22-41-1-196-2

RECEIVING (Rec.-Yds.-TD-Long)

SMITH WHITEY 2-3-0-3 1-(-1)-0-(-1) 4-8-0-4 0-0-0-0 4-13-0-7 0-0-0-0 6-33-2-16 9-57-0-15 2-3-0-2 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 1-(-4)-0-(-4) 0-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 2-6-0-3 0-0-0-0 1-1-0-1 0-0-0-0 5-7-0-5 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0

HERRING 0-0-0-0 5-11-0-3 7-22-0-9 12-57-0-11 5-(-5)-0-3 19-21-1-10 9-8-0-8 11-34-0-11 14-55-1-18 9-27-0-20 12-56-2-20 9-60-1-17 15-33-0-26

FIELD GOALS

NOLAN KOHORST ATT MADE PTS at Minnesota 3 (49,37,32) 1 (32) 5 ARIZONA 0 0 1 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 1 (34) 1 (34) 7 WESTERN ILLINOIS 1 (43) 1 (43) 8 at New Mexico 0 0 8 HAWAI’I 4 (35, 19, 41, 44) 4 (35, 19, 41, 44) 15 at Fresno State 1 (49) 0 2 at Nevada, Reno 2 (49, 35) 0 3 SAN JOSE STATE 2 (20, 45) 1 (20) 6 UTAH STATE 1 (29) 1 (29) 6 at Air Force 1 (29) 0 3 SAN DIEGO STATE 2 (23, 50) 1 (50) 9 vs. North Texas 1 (52) 0 2 TOTALS 19 10 75

PUNTING

LOGAN YUNKER at Minnesota ARIZONA CENTRAL MICHIGAN WESTERN ILLINOIS at New Mexico HAWAI’I at Fresno State at Nevada, Reno SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE at Air Force SAN DIEGO STATE vs. North Texas TOTALS

NO YARDS AVG LG 4 173 43.2 63 7 320 45.7 53 5 243 48.6 65 6 268 44.7 57 3 155 51.7 59 6 206 34.3 44 5 181 36.2 45 8 309 38.6 52 4 178 44.5 58 4 163 40.8 53 3 151 50.3 73 4 136 34.0 43 6 236 39.3 56 65 2719 41.8 73

OPPONENT SULLIVAN DAVIS MATAELE WILLIAMS, A. RICE JR. PHILLIPS BARNHILL CORNETT CRISWELL at Minnesota DNP 7-77-1-34 9-43-0-13 2-19-0-14 6-35-0-8 3-14-0-7 2-1-1-1 2-17-0-8 2-16-0-9 ARIZONA DNP 3-84-1-69 3-30-0-16 0-0-0-0 1-6-0-6 1-2-0-2 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 CENTRAL MICHIGAN DNP 7-140-3-50 1-23-0-23 4-27-0-13 2-25-0-15 3-22-0-13 3-18-0-9 1-1-0-1 2-13-08 WESTERN ILLINOIS DNP 1-8-0-8 1-28-0-28 3-45-0-23 0-0-0-0 2-35-1-27 0-0-0-0 5-22-0-12 0-0-0-0 at New Mexico 4-48-0-22 10-164-3-47 2-40-0-36 1-27-0-27 0-0-0-0 2-11-0-6 3-17-1-14 2-9-0-7 1-4-0-4 HAWAI’I 11-113-0-19 8-141-0-34 3-38-0-16 2-20-1-10 0-0-0-0 3-15-0-9 0-0-0-0 4-28-0-16 DNP at Fresno State 8-73-1-17 8-50-0-11 0-0-0-0 3-12-0-8 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 5-14-0-8 DNP at Nevada, Reno 2-21-0-16 8-121-2-44 2-31-1-16 DNP 1-7-0-7 5-44-0-17 2-20-0-11 3-33-0-20 DNP SAN JOSE STATE 6-74-1-19 8-79-0-15 6-89-1-18 DNP DNP DNP 3-15-0-9 2-0-0-4 DNP UTAH STATE 5-83-1-39 3-84-0-35 5-49-1-24 0-0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0-0 2-27-0-21 2-9-0-7 0-0-0-0 at Air Force 1-7-0-7 6-75-0-24 1-17-0-17 3-22-0-11 DNP DNP 1-8-0-8 1-4-0-4 0-0-0-0 SAN DIEGO STATE 4-50-1-32 8-171-4-63 2-15-0-10 1-6-0-6 DNP 0-0-0-0 4-23-0-9 1-5-0-5 0-0-0-0 vs. North Texas 4-36-1-12 10-96-0-29 1-8-0-8 2-10-0-5 1-13-1-13 0-0-0-0 1-2-0-2 2-22-0-17 0-0-0-0

TACKLING (U-A-Tot-TFL-Int-PBU-Sacks)

VEA MAKA HASSON, TIM HASSON, Ta. CRAWFORD GASTON LOTULELEI GARRICK at Minnesota 6-3-9-0-0-0-0 4-1-5-0-0-0-0 2-4-6-0-0-0-0 2-1-3-0-1-0-0 5-1-6-0-0-0-0 1-1-2-0-0-0-0 1-0-1-0-0-0-0 2-1-3-1.0-0-0-0 ARIZONA 5-7-12-0-0-0-0 3-5-8-0-0-0-0 6-5-11-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0-0 4-5-9-0-0-0-0 2-3-5-0.5-0-0-0.5 3-3-6-1.0-0-0-0 1-0-1-0-0-0-0 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 6-0-6-0-1-2-0 5-3-8-0-0-0-0 3-1-4-0-0-0-0 4-2-6-0-0-1-0 2-1-3-0-1-0-0 1-1-2-1.5-0-0-1.5 1-0-1-0-0-0-0 1-1-2-0.5-0-0-0.5 WESTERN ILLINOIS 4-1-5-0-0-0-0 3-3-6-2.0-1-0-0 5-4-9-0-0-1-0 2-2-4-0-0-0-0 4-3-7-0-0-0-0 2-6-8-1.0-0-0-1.0 2-4-6-0-0-0-0 1-0-1-0-0-0-0 at New Mexico 7-5-12-0-0-0-0 7-4-11-0.5-0-0-0 2-3-5-0.5-0-1-0-0 4-0-4-0-0-0-0 3-2-5-0-0-0-0 2-0-2-0-0-0-0 0-1-1-0-0-0-0 2-0-2-0-0-0-0 HAWAI’I 2-3-5-0-0-0-0 2-3-5-1.0-0-0-0 8-2-10-0-0-0-0 5-2-7-0.5-0-5-0 3-1-4-0-0-0-0 0-2-2-0-0-0-0 0-1-1-0-0-0-0 0-2-2-0.5-0-0-0.5 at Fresno State 7-0-7-1.0-0-0-0 4-1-5-0-0-0-0 8-1-9-0-0-0-0 4-0-4-0-0-0-0 3-1-4-0-1-0-0 3-0-3-0-0-0-0 0-1-1-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0-0 at Nevada, Reno 10-3-13-1.0-0-0-0 5-1-6-1.0-0-0-0 2-2-4-0-0-0-0 7-1-8-0-0-1-0 4-1-5-0-1-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0-0 1-0-1-0-0-0-0 1-2-3-0-0-0-0 SAN JOSE STATE 4-5-9-0-1-0-0 2-10-12-0-0-0-0 4-2-6-1.0-0-0-0 1-1-2-0-0-2-0 1-5-6-0-1-1-0 3-9-9-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0-0 3-1-4-0.5-0-0-0 UTAH STATE 1-5-6-0-0-0-0 1-5-6-1.0-0-0-0.5 4-1-5-0-0-0-0 3-0-3-0-0-2-0 1-3-4-0-0-0-0 3-3-6-1.5-0-0-1.5 DNP 2-1-3-0-0-0-0 at Air Force 5-1-6-0-0-0-0 6-3-9-0-0-0-0 1-2-3-1.0-0-0-0 1-1-2-0-0-0-0 DNP 2-2-4-0-0-0-0 DNP 2-2-4-0.5-0-0-0 SAN DIEGO STATE 7-0-7-1.0-0-0-0 2-4-6-1.0-0-0-0 3-2-5-2.0-0-2-0 2-0-2-1.0-0-0-1.0 DNP 1-2-3-0.5-1-0-1.0 2-5-7-1.0-0-0-0 1-0-1-1.0-0-0-0-0 vs. North Texas 4-7-11-0-0-0-0 3-7-10-0-0-0-0 3-4-7-0-0-0-0 4-0-4-0-0-0-0 DNP 6-4-10-2.0-0-0-1.0 4-2-6-1.0-0-0-0 1-1-2-0-0-0-0 OPPONENT


unlv 23 MINNESOTA 51

Arizona unlv

GAME 1

GAME 2

TCF Bank Stadium • Minneapolis, MN Aug. 29, 2012 • Att. 44,217

Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas Sept. 7, 2013 • Att. 26,950

GOPHERS MAKE REBELS PAY FOR MISTAKES MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- For the second consecutive year, UNLV and Minnesota kicked off the college football season on a Thursday night in August. The Rebels dominated the stat sheet by out-gaining the Gophers in total offense by nearly 100 yards, winning the time-ofpossession battle and producing the game’s only 100-yard rusher. But UNLV’s errors came when its defense was not on the field. The Gophers scored three times without UNLV MINN UNLV MINN MINN UNLV MINN MINN MINN UNLV MINN MINN UNLV MINN

6 7 3 7 -- 23 3 13 14 21 - - 51

FIRST QUARTER - Cornett 26-yard run 9:48 (Kohorst kick blocked) - Hawthorne 25-yard field goal 2:39 SECOND QUARTER - Nelson 48-yard run 13:45 (Hawthorne kick) - Davis 34-yard pass from Sherry 5:04 (Kohorst kick) - Williams 10-yard pass from Nelson :18 (Hawthorne kick) THIRD QUARTER - Jones 98-yard kickoff return 14:48 (Hawthorne kick) - Shabazz 51-yard blocked FG return 7:36 (Hawthorne kick) - Kohorst 32-yard field goal 3:52 FOURTH QUARTER - Boddy-Calhoun 89-yard INT return 10:41 (Hawthorne kick) - Nelson 5-yard run 6:37 (Hawthorne kick) - Barnhill 1-yard pass from Sherry 4:12 (Kohorst kick) - Leidner 4-yard run 0:42 (Hawthorne kick)

UNLV MINN First Downs 21 17 Rushes-Yards 34-193 38-221 Passing Yards 226 99 Passes (C-A-I) 36-51-2 10-23-1 Total Offense 419 320 Punt returns-Yards 1-5 1-15 Punts-Average 4-43.2 3-38.3 Kick Returns-Yards 6-128 4-148 Interceptions-Yards 1-0 2-89 Sacks By-Yards 0-0 1-11 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 1-15 1-5 Possession Time 31:56 28:04

Rushing: (UNLV) Murray-Lawrence 4-108, Cornett 20-80, Sherry 6-4, Smith 2-3, Whitely 1-(-1) (MINN) Nelson 12-83-2, Cobb 6-69, Kirkwood 11-30, Leidner 3-25-1, Williams 4-13, Banham 2-1 . Passing: (UNLV) Sherry 35-50-2-226-2, Herring 1-1-0-0-0 (MINN) Nelson 10-22-1-99-1. Receiving: (UNLV) Mataele 9-43, Davis 7-771, Rice Jr. 6-35, Phillips 3-14, A. Williams 2-19, Cornett 2-17, Criswell 2-16, Murray-Lawrence 2-4, Barnhill 2-1-1, Killian 1-0 (MINN) Maye 3-30, Goodger 2-30, Fruechte 2-17, M. Williams 1-10-1, R. Williams 1-7, Hutton 1-5 Tackle Leaders: (UNLV) Vea 9 (MINN) Vereen 8. Sacks: (UNLV) None (MINN) Keith 1.0-11 Interceptions: (UNLV) Ta. Hasson 1-0 (MINN) Boddy-Calhon 1-89-1, Johnson 1-0.

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needing an offensive snap. Minnesota opened the second half with a 98-yard kickoff return by Marcus Jones, blocked and returned a field goal attempt 51 yards and Brioen Boddy-Calhon picked off Nick Sherry and returned it for an 89yard score to give the Gophers a 37-13 advantage early in the fourth quarter. The Rebels opened the game strong, as they drove down the field methodically before Tim Cornett scored on a 26-yard run. Cornett would finish the game with 80 yards on 20 carries. Nick Sherry led the passing attack, as he completed his first seven passes and nine of his first 10. The Gophers would kick a field goal and use a Philip Nelson 48-yard scamper to take a 10-6 lead in the second quarter. UNLV recaptured the lead when Sherry connected with Devante Davis for a 34-yard touchdown on fourth down. Sherry finished with 226 yards through the air and had a school record 35 completions on 50 attempts. Seven of those completions were directed toward Davis, who finished with 77 yards receiving. From there Minnesota stole the show, going on a 42-10 run to end the game. The Rebels lone touchdown in that time came when Sherry found Taylor Barnhill for a one-yard score. U N LV ’s b a c k u p r u n n i n g b a c k Shaquille Murray-Lawrence made a splash in his first collegiate game. The junior college transfer ran for 108 yards on just four carries and also served as a returner on the kick return team.

REBEL NOTES

♦ UNLV played in the state of Minnesota for the first time. ♦ Tim Cornett scored on a 26-yard touchdown run to open the scoring. The extra point was blocked, which marked only the third missed PAT by Nolan Kohorst in 88 career attempts. ♦ The Rebels fell to 22-24 all-time in season lid-lifters and have lost four straight season opening games to a Big Ten opponent. ♦ UNLV played five true freshmen vs. the Golden Gophers: RB/PR Keith Whitely, PK Nicolai Bornand, LB Malo Feula, DB Torry McTyer and DL Charles Howard. All five appeared on special teams for the Rebels. ♦ Minnesota returned the opening kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown, which marked the first KOR for a TD allowed by the Rebels since TCU took one back 99 yards on Dec. 3, 2011. ♦ Minnesota scored another touchdown by blocking a Nolan Kohorst field goal attempt in the third quarter. It was the first such play allowed by UNLV since Jim Leonhard did it for Wisconsin on Sept. 11, 2004.

Wildcats Spoil Rebels’ Home Opener LAS VEGAS - The Arizona Wildcats used a high powered running attack and took advantage of costly UNLV Rebel errors to claim a 58-13 victory at Sam Boyd Stadium. The Wildcats struck early as they out scored UNLV 45-6 by halftime. Starting quarterback B.J. Denker rushed for the first two Arizona touchdowns, ARIZ UNLV ARIZ - ARIZ - ARIZ - UNLV - ARIZ - ARIZ - ARIZ - ARIZ - ARIZ - ARIZ - UNLV - ARIZ -

17 28 3 10 - - 58 0 6 0 7 - - 13 FIRST QUARTER Smith 41-yard field goald 11:33 Denker 35-yard run 8:10 (Smith kick) Denker 4-yard run 3:25 (Smith kick) SECOND QUARTER Davis 69-yard pass from Sherry 14:49 (Team Attempt Failed) Carey 58-yard run 14:28 (Smith kick) Carey 12-yard run 8:37 (Smith kick) Fischer 49-yard interception return 6:59 (Smith kick) Bondurant 52-yard interception return 1:34 (Smith kick) THIRD QUARTER Smith 29-yard field goal 9:54 FOURTH QUARTER Smith 30-yard field goal 9:00 Murray-Lawrence 79-yard run 8:21 (Kohorst kick) Butler 3-yard run 2:50 (Smith kick)

UA UNLV First Downs 25 10 Rushes-Yards 68-397 35-157 Passing Yards 81 125 Passes (C-A-I) 8-21-0 9-28-2 Total Offense 478 282 Punt returns-Yards 5-59 0-0 Kick Returns-Yards 2-42 6-99 Interceptions-Yards 2-101 0-0 Sacks By-Yards 1-11 2-14 Punts-Average 1-44.0 7-45.7 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 5-35 8-70 Possession Time 35:38 21:32 Rushing: (UA) Carey 16-171-2, Jenkins 17-52, Baker 12-66, Denker 16-60-2, Butler 5-17-1, Allen 2-1. (UNLV) Murray-Lawrence 4-82-1, Cornett 15-62, Smith 4-8, Sherry 6-7, Herring 5-0, Yunker 1- (-2). Passing: (UA) Denker 8-21-0-81-0 (UNLV) Sherry 6-22-2-111-1, Herring 3-5-0-14-0, Barnhill 0-1. Receiving: (UA) Phillips 3-35, Wharton 2-17, Grant 1-12, Jenkins 1-10, Jackson 1-7 (UNLV) Davis 3-84-1, Mataele 3-30, Rice Jr. 1-6, Murray Lawrence 1-3, Phillips 1-2. Tackle Leaders: (UA) Wright - 7. (UNLV) Vea - 12 Sacks: (UA) Bondurant 1.0-11 (UNLV) Klorman 1.0-4, Sparkman 0.5-5, Koki 0.5-5. Interceptions: (UA) Bondurant 1-52, Fischer 1-49 (UNLV) None.

a 35-yard run and a four-yard run, in the first quarter. He finished with 60 yards on the ground on 16 attempts and also went 8-of-21 for 81 yards through the air. Ka’Deem Carey sat out the first stanza, but led the Wildcats with 171 yards and two touchdowns in his 2013 debut. The Rebels were led on the ground for the second consecutive week by junior college transfer Shaquille Murray-Lawrence, who rushed four times for 82 yards, including a 79 yard touchdown run. Tim Cornett added 62 yards on 15 carries. Sophomore quarterback Nick Sherry had a tough time getting in rhythm, as he finished 6-for-22 with two interceptions, both of which were returned for touchdowns. Sherry was replaced in the second half by senior Caleb Herring. One bright spot in the first half came when Sherry connected with Devante Davis, who out sprinted the Arizona defense on his way for a 69-yard touchdown. Davis finished the game with three receptions for 84 yards. Defensively the Rebels were led by sophomore safety Peni Vea, who recorded 12 total tackles. Seniors Tim Hasson and Frank Crawford finished with 11 and 10 tackles, respectively, and Crawford recovered the first fumble of the season for UNLV. The Rebels held their opponent for less than 100 yards passing for the second straight week, as Arizona finished with 81 total passing yards.

REBEL NOTES

♦These two teams faced each other in football for only the second time and first time in Las Vegas. ♦Arizona’s 58-13 victory dropped UNLV’s alltime record vs. teams in the Pac-12 at the time of the game to 4-13. ♦A week after completing 14 of 16 attempts in the first quarter at Minnesota, UNLV quarterback Nick Sherry hit on only 2 of 11 attempts vs. Arizona in the first quarter and finished 6-22 on the night before being replaced by Caleb Herring in the second half. ♦Senior Tim Cornett finished with 62 net yards on 15 attempts to give him 2,591 yards, which moved him past Michael Morton (1978-81) into fourth place on UNLV’s career rushing list. ♦Cornett’s 62 all-purpose yards also moved him past Mike Thomas (1973-74) into seventh place on the career list with 3,442. ♦ Junior-college transfer running back Shaquille Murray-Lawrence continued his impressive string of long runs as he rushed for 82 yards on just four carries, including a long of 79. That gave the Canadian 190 total yards on just eight carries in his first two games as a Rebel. ♦The Rebel defense posted its first two sacks of the season as Alex Klorman posted the third of career and Jordan Sparkman and Asten Koki shared one. ♦One of the only bright spots for UNLV was punter Logan Yunker, who finished with a 45.7yard average on seven attempts. ♦The crowd of 26,950 marked the biggest home attendance for a UNLV home game since the Rebels hosted Nevada, Reno on Oct. 2, 2010 (28,958).


CENTRAL MICHIGAN 21 unlv 31 Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas Sept. 14, 2012 • Att. 10,981

GAME 3

Western Illinois unlv Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas Sept. 21, 2012 • Att. 13,017

CMU UNLV CMU - CMU - CMU - UNLV - UNLV - UNLV - UNLV - UNLV -

7 14 0 0 -- 21 0 7 14 10 -- 31 FIRST QUARTER Lavalli 3-yard run (Coluzzi kick) 4:23 SECOND QUARTER Lavalli 3-yard run (Coluzzi kick) 12:15 David 20-yard pass from Rush (Coluzzi kick) 7:02 Davis 12-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 0:54 THIRD QUARTER Cornett 12-yard run (Kohorst kick) 10:10 Davis 42-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 2:58 FOURTH QUARTER Kohorst 34-yard field goal 13:41 Davis 12-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 6:40

CMU UNLV First Downs 21 24 Rushes-Yards 32-113 41-122 Passing Yards 265 289 Passes (C-A-I) 23-46-2 25-30-1 Total Offense 378 411 Punt returns-Yards 1-3 5-27 Punts-Average 6-42.7 5-48.6 Kick Returns-Yards 5-115 3-65 Interceptions-Yards 1-0 2-13 Sacks By-Yards 3-27 3-13 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 5-55 3-29 Possession Time 32:13 27:47

Rushing: (CMU) Lavalli 19-65-2, Garland 3-25, Davis, 2-25, Walker 4-9, Rush 4-(-11) (UNLV) Cornett 22-94-1, Murray-Lawrence 4-21, Smith 4-13, Herring 7-0, Sherry 2-(-2), Team 2-(-4). Passing: (CMU) Rush 23-46-2-265-1 (UNLV) Herring 24-28-0-266-3, Williams 1-1-0-23-0, Sherry 0-1-1-0-0. Receiving: (CMU) David 8-116-1, Rice 3-16, Williams 2-36, Kroll 2-31, McCord 2-14, Flory 2-11, Lavalli 1-20, Fenton 1-12, Butler 1-7, Walker 1-2 (UNLV) Davis 7-140-3, Williams 4-27, Phillips 3-22, Barnhill 3-18, Rice Jr. 2-25, Criswell 2-13, Mataele 1-23, Murray-Lawrence 1-14, Smith 1-6, Cornett 1-1. Tackle Leaders: (CMU) Benton 11 (UNLV) Maka 8. Sacks: (CMU) Cherocci 1.0-9, Cunningham 1.0-12, Gainer 1.0-6 (UNLV) Gaston 1.5-10, Holloway 1.0-7, Garrick 0.5-2. Interceptions: (CMU) Benton 1-0 (UNLV) Crawford 1-13, Vea 1-0.

From that point, the Rebels outgained the Chippewas 378-145 in total yards, and 31-0 on the scoreboard. Quarterback Caleb Herring replaced Nick Sherry on the team’s third possession of the game, and seized control of the offense to complete 24 of 28 passes for 266 yards and three touchdowns to lead the charge. Herring’s .857 completion percentage broke Randall Cunningham’s record from 1974, when he posted a .808 completion percentage against Idaho State. The Rebels’ balanced attack finished with 122 yards rushing and 289 passing yards. UNLV wideout Devante Davis hauled in seven passes for 140 yards and caught all three of Herring’s touchdown strikes, while running back Tim Cornett rushed for 94 yards and a touchdown. Herring’s second touchdown pass to Davis, a 42-yard play, lifted the Rebels into a tie at 21 with 2:58 left in the third. Nolan Kohorst’s 34-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter gave UNLV the lead, and Herring’s 12-yard strike to Davis extended the advantage to the final 10-point margin with 6:40 remaining. In overcoming the 21-0 first-half deficit, the Rebels tied an all-time record for biggest comeback, with a 1976 rally against Nebraska-Omaha. Freshman Cooper Rush, making his first start for the Chippewas (1-2), completed 23 of 46 pass attempts, one touchdown and two interceptions. Running back Saylor Lavallii rushed for 65 yards and scored twice.

REBEL NOTES

♦These two teams face each other for the fourth time in history and first time since UNLV downed Central Michigan in the 1994 Las Vegas Bowl. With the 31-21 victory, UNLV snapped a five-game overall losing streak and improved its all-time record against CMU to 3-1 and vs. Mid-American Conference teams to 7-6. ♦UNLV’s trailed the game 21-0 in the second quarter and scored 31 consecutive points to win by 10. It tied for the biggest comeback in school history as the Rebels trailed Nebraska-Omaha 35-14 in the second quarter of a 63-42 victory on Oct. 16, 1976. ♦On UNLV’s first possession of the game, sophomore quarterback Nick Sherry threw his fifth interception of the season on what would be his only attempt of the night. He was replaced by senior Caleb Herring who went on to set a career high with 24 completions in 28 attempts, which went to 10 different receivers. ♦Herring’s completion percentage of .857 broke the school record for a single game, besting the .808 (2126) turned in by Randall Cunningham vs. Idaho State in 1984. The three TD strikes were a career best and were one more than he had all of last season. ♦Davis became the ninth Rebel to bring in three receiving touchdowns in a game and the first since Michael Johnson had three vs. New Mexico in 2010.

GAME 4

REBELS ROUT LEATHERNECKS

REBELS’ RECORD RALLY TOPPLES CMU LAS VEGAS - The UNLV Rebels scored 31 unanswered points to overcome a 21-point deficit Saturday night at Sam Boyd Stadium to defeat Central Michigan, 31-21. The victory was the first of the season for the Rebels, who are now 1-2. At the 6:30 mark of the second quarter, Central Michigan had outgained the Rebels 233-33 in total yards, while taking its 21-0 lead.

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LAS VEGAS - UNLV football recorded its biggest victory since 2010 - when it defeated New Mexico by 35 points - with Saturday night’s 38-7 blowout win over Western Illinois. Using a balanced attack on offense, UNLV (2-2) outgained the Leathernecks, 424-338. It was also the first time in school history the Rebels played an entire game without being flagged for an infraction. Quarterback Caleb Herring, who started for the first time this season, completed 14 of 20 pass attempts for 140 yards and one touchdown, while his QB rating was an impressive 145.3. Herring also rushed for 57 yards. Five running backs starred for the Rebels, WIU UNLV UNLV UNLV UNLV UNLV UNLV WIU UNLV

0 0 7 0 - - 7 10 7 14 7 - - 38

FIRST QUARTER - Cornett 3-yard run (Kohorst kick) 8:08 - Kohorst 43-yard field goal 0:01 SECOND QUARTER - Phillips 27-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 5:30 THIRD QUARTER - Cornett 42-yard run (Kohorst kick) 11:47 - Smith 4-yard run (Kohorst kick) 10:26 - Borsellino 11-yard pass from Norvell (Knuffman kick) 2:15 FOURTH QUARTER - Smith 16-yard run (Kohorst kick) 11:54

WIU UNLV First Downs 19 23 Rushes-Yards 41-197 49-284 Passing Yards 141 140 Passes (C-A-I) 13-33-2 14-22-0 Total Offense 338 424 Punt returns-Yards 3-14 1-(-1) Punts-Average 6-32.5 6-44.7 Kick Returns-Yards 5-84 1-16 Interceptions-Yards 0-0 2-20 Sacks By-Yards 0-0 1-7 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 6-40 0-0 Possession Time 31:00 29:00

Rushing: (WIU) Baker 15-108, Watson 1368, Hammonds 3-9, Lenoir 1-8, Norvell 8-13 (UNLV) Cornett 12-83-2, Whitely 9-57, Herring 12-57, Murray-Lawrence 10-54, Smith 6-33-2. Passing: (WIU) Novell 13-133-2-141-1 (UNLV) Herring 14-20-0-140-1, Sherry 0-2-0-0-0. Receiving: (WIU) Borsellino 5-60-1, Baker 3-13, Scott 2-27, Salomon 2-26, Adewole 1-15 (UNLV) Cornett 5-22, A. Williams 3-45, Phillips 2-35-1, Smith 2-2, Mataele 1-28, Davis 1-8. Tackle Leaders: (WIU) Nichols 11 (UNLV) Hasson 9. Sacks: (WIU) None (UNLV) Gaston 1.0-7. Interceptions: (WIU) None (UNLV) Maka 1-5, McTyer 1-15.

led by Tim Cornett, who had 83 yards on 12 carries and two touchdowns, while Adonis Smith added a pair of scores. The Rebels opened their scoring attack with their second possession, in the first quarter, when Cornett capped a 46-yard drive with a 3-yard run for the score. Though the Leathernecks (2-2) came right back with a 10-play drive to UNLV’s 20, they failed to convert on fourth down. UNLV returned the favor with 10 plays of its own and placekicker Nolan Kohorst booted a 43-yard field goal to give the Rebels a 10-0 advantage. UNLV extended its lead to 17-0 in the second quarter, when Herring hooked up with tight end Jake Phillips on a 27-yard touchdown strike. The Rebels wasted no time after halftime, scoring on their first two drives of the second half. UNLV took the opening kickoff and drove 75 yards in 8 plays over 3:13, culminating with Cornett’s 26th career TD as a Rebel, which is tied for fourth alltime in school history. The 6-foot senior is now just 382 yards shy of becoming the UNLV’s all-time leading rusher in school history. UNLV’s defense stepped up for the team’s next big play, as linebacker Tani Maka recorded his fourth career interception on Western Illinois’ next possession. Two plays later, UNLV’s Adonis Smith ran for his first touchdown as a Rebel to put UNLV ahead 31-0 with 8:00 left in the third quarter. WIU quarterback Trenton Norvell hit wideout Joey Borsellino with an 11-yard scoring strike in the third quarter for the Leathernecks only score, which snapped a 62-point run by the Rebels over five quarters of play. Smith finished the scoring with a 16-yard scamper with 11:54 left in the game. The victory marked the first time UNLV has won back to back games under fourthyear head coach Bobby Hauck, and the first time since doing it twice in 2008. The Rebels reached at least the .500 mark after four games for the first time since opening the 2009 campaign 2-2.

REBEL NOTES

♦The Rebels reached at least the .500 mark after four games for the first time since being 2-2 to start the 2009 campaign. ♦The 38 points were the most scored by UNLV since downing Air Force 38-35 on Sept. 22, 2012. ♦UNLV’s Tyler Gaston recorded a quarterback sack in the first half, which gave him a career-high three after just four games in 2013. The senior native of Las Vegas has a team-leading seven in his career. ♦When WIU scored a third-quarter touchdown, it snapped a 62-point run by the Rebels over five quarters of play. ♦Cornett finished with a career-high and team-high five receptions for 22 yards. His previous high was four (twice).


unlv 56 new mexico 42

hawaI’I unlv

GAME 5

GAME 6

University Stadium • Albuquerque, N.M. Sept. 28, 2013 • Att. 24,005

Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas Oct. 12, 2013 • Att. 22,755

REBELS WIN THIRD STRAIGHT IN SHOOTOUT UNLV NEW MEXICO

14 21 7 14 -- 56 21 14 7 0 -- 42

FIRST QUARTER UNM - Carrier 22-yard run (Adams kick) 12:04 UNM - Wiggins 62-yard run (Adams kick) 8:46 UNLV - Sullivan 69-yard run (Kohorst kick) 8:31 UNLV - Cornett 4-yard run (Kohorst kick) 6:11 UNM - Wiggins 10-yard run (Adams kick) 3:02 SECOND QUARTER UNLV - Barnhill 4-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 14:56 UNM - Gautsche 7-yard run (Adams kick) 14:11 UNLV - Davis 47-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 12:34 UNM - Gautsche 4-yard run (Adams kick) 4:36 UNLV - Cornett 9-yard run (Kohorst kick) 1:48 THIRD QUARTER UNLV - Davis 11-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 9:23 UNM - Wiggins 43-yard pass from Gautsche (Adams kick) 2:27 FOURTH QUARTER UNLV - Davis 7-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 4:46 UNLV - Cornett 75-yard run (Kohorst kick) 3:03

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ALBUQUERQUE (AP) -- The UNLV duo of quarterback Caleb Herring and receiver Devante Davis hooked up on three touchdowns Saturday to overcome New Mexico’s record-setting ground attack in the Rebels’ 56-42 victory Saturday. Herring threw four touchdowns, including the game-winner to Davis with 4:46 remaining. UNLV running back Tim Cornett also had three touchdowns, going for a career high 179 yards on 25 carries. The Lobos had three rushers gain more than 100 yards for the first time in school history, led by Kasey Carrier’s 192 yards on 25 carries. Carlos Wiggins had three touchdowns while combining for 176 yards rushing and receiving while quarterback Cole Gautsche completed the 100-yard trio with 108 yards on 18 carries. The teams combined for 1,149 total yards, including 749 at halftime, when it was tied 35-35. Davis finished with 10 catches for 164 yards while Herring went 24-34 for 293 yards.

REBEL NOTES

♦ After just five games, the Rebels (3-2/1-0) have already exceeded their victory total from each of the past three seasons ♦ UNLV has won three consecutive games for the first time since downing Wisconsin, Hawaii and UNLV UNM UNR in successive outings in 2003 First Downs 25 22 ♦ UNLV broke a 23-game road losing streak with Rushes-Yards 37-248 59-497 a wild, 56-42 victory over New Mexico on Saturday Passing Yards 320 84 ♦ The Rebels won their MW opener when it came Passes (A-C-I) 25-35-0 5-13-0 on the road for only the third time in history and first Total Offense 568 581 time since 1994 (now 3-13 all-time) Punt returns-Yards 0-0 1-2 ♦ The 56 points vs. UNM tied for the eighth most Kick Returns-Yards 6-111 7-133 scored in a game by the Rebels and were the most Interceptions-Yards 0-0 0-0 since downing New Mexico State 58-42 in 1986 Sacks By-Yards 2-15 1-12 ♦ Saturday marked only the fourth time in history Punts-Average 3-51.7 3-45.0 that UNLV scored at least 50 points on the road and Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-2 first time since that NMSU game in 1986 Penalties-Yards 1-10 6-60 ♦ UNLV’s 35 points in the first half were three off Possession Time 27:17 32:43 the school record and were the most scored in a half Rushing: (UNLV) Cornett 25-179-3, Sulsince posting the same amount vs. UNR in 2004 livan 1-69-1, Murray-Lawrence 3-4, Smith ♦ At one point in the first half, UNLV scored 2-3, Herring 5-(-5) (UNM) Carrier 25-192touchdowns on five consecutive possessions, 1, Wiggins 3-119-2, Gautsche 18-108-2, including two drives that lasted under a minute Gongbay 5-58, Gamblin 1-19, Rogers 4-13, (:10 & :53) Mitchem 3-(-12). ♦ The Rebels also allowed 35 first-half points on Saturday before limiting the Lobos to just seven Passing: (UNLV) Herring 24-34-0-293-4 points and 140 total yards after halftime (UNM) Gautsche 4-9-0-74-1, Mitchem ♦ The 98 combined points were the most in any 1-4-10. UNLV game since a 53-45 loss to Wyoming in 3OT on Nov. 6, 2004 Receiving: (UNLV) Davis 10-164-3, Sullivan ♦ The 98 combined points were the most in a 4-48, Barnhill 3-17-1, Mataele 2-40, Phillips UNLV regulation game since the 100 scored 2-11, Cornett 2-9, Williams 1-27, Criswell 1-4 between the Rebels and NMSU in 1986 (UNM) Wiggis 2-57-1, Pressley 1-10, Aho 1-10, Bundy 1-7. ♦ Devante Davis caught a career-high 10 passes. It marked the 26th time a Rebel has reached double Tackle Leaders: (UNLV) Vea (UNM) Cox 8 figures in catches and the first time since Phillip Payne had 13 in 2011 Sacks: (UNLV) Valoaga 1.0-7, Vaesau 1.0-8 ♦ Davis also hauled in three touchdowns, which (UNM) Bowers 1.0-12. tied with six others for third most in a UNLV game ♦ Caleb Herring threw a career-high four Interceptions: None touchdown passes and had zero interceptions.

KOHORST KICKS REBELS PAST HAWAi’i LAS VEGAS - UNLV senior placekicker Nolan Kohorst kicked a 44-yard field goal as time expired to give the Rebels a 39-37 win over Hawaii Saturday night at Sam Boyd Stadium. It was the Green Valley High School-graduate’s first career game-winning field goal. With 1:39 remaining, UNLV (4-2, 2-0 Mountain West) UH UNLV

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SECOND QUARTER UH - Hadden 31-yard field goal 12:46 UNLV - Kohorst 35-yard field goal 9:22 UNLV - Kohorst 19-yard field goal 4:02 UH - King 12-yard pass from Schroeder (Hadden kick) 2:26 UNLV - Cornett 1-yard run (Kohorst kick) 1:35 UH - Gant 28-yard pass from Schroeder (Hadden kick) 0:32 THIRD QUARTER UNLV - Williams 10-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 12:04 UNLV - Kohorst 41-yard field goal 8:13 UNLV - Cornett 5-yard run (Kohorst kick) 1:56 FOURTH QUARTER UNLV - Herring 5-yard run (Herring pass failed) 13:11 UH - Lakalaka 15-yard run (Schroeder pass failed) 8:11 UH - Stutzmann 48-yard pass from Schroeder (Hadden kick) 5:54 UH - Gant 44-yard pass from Schroeder (Hadden kick) 1:44 UNLV - Kohorst 44-yard field goal 0:00 UH UNLV First Downs 21 38 Rushes-Yards 26-129 57-194 Passing Yards 325 385 Passes (C-A-I) 24-47-0 34-56-1 Total Offense 454 579 Punt returns-Yards 2-13 1-3 Kick Returns-Yards 8-174 4-119 Interceptions-Yards 1-12 0-0 Sacks By-Yards 3-24 2-11 Punts-Average 7-38.4 6-34.3 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 10-77 6-57 Possession Time 22:27 37:33 Rushing: (UH) Lakalaka 12-48-1, Woolsey 4-39, Bowens 1-30, Saint Juste 3-10, Gant 1-5, Schroeder 5-(-3) (UNLV) Cornett 29-162-2, Herring 19-21-1, Murray Lawrence 9-11. Passing: (UH) Schroeder 24-26-0-325-4, Woolsey 0-1-0-0-0 (UNLV) Herring 34-56-1-385-1. Receiving: (UH) Gant 6-102-2, Evans 6-77, Harding 5-52, Stutzmann 4-84-1, King 3-10-1 (UNLV) Sullivan 11-113, Davis 8-141, Cornett 4-28, Mataele 3-38, Murray-Lawrence 3-30, Phillips 3-15, A. Williams 2-20-1. Tackle Leaders: (UH) Daley - 12. (UNLV) Tim Hasson - 10 Sacks: (UH) Yap 1.5-13, Malepeai 1.0-7, Woodard 0.5-4 (UNLV) Sanitoa 0.5-2, Garrick 0.5-2. Interceptions: (UH) Henderson 1-12 (UNLV) None.

started on its own 26-yard line and drove 51 yards in 12 plays to get Kohorst in position to win the game with 5 seconds left on the clock. Hawai’i helped on the final drive. On third and 10 at the UNLV 45, the Rebels were held to a three-yard gain, but Trayvon Henderson was flagged for a facemask penalty to give UNLV a first down at the Hawaii 37. Kohorst was swarmed by his teammates, while most of the 22,755 in attendance went crazy as the Rebels won a fourth consecutive game for the first time since 2000. They’ve also won three straight and five of six at home against the Warriors (0-6, 0-4). UNLV came close to giving the game away, as the Warriors scored 20 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to take a one-point lead. Trailing 36-17, the Warriors scored three consecutive touchdowns, including a 44-yard strike from Sean Schroeder to Chris Gant with 1:44 left in the game. UNLV quarterback Caleb Herring completed 34 of 56 pass attempts for 385 yards and one touchdown, while Tim Cornett rushed for 162 yards on 29 attempts and two touchdowns. Herring, the nation’s leading pass-percentage quarterback, broke UNLV’s record of consecutive pass attempts without an interception (183) -- while tying the Mountain West mark -- before throwing his first pick of the season on the last play of the first half. The Rebels broke the Mountain West record with 113 offensive plays. Hauck wasn’t shy with the confidence in his team in the first quarter, twice going for it on fourth down, and failing both times. On their first possession of the game, the Rebels drove to Hawaii’s 2-yard line in 11 plays and Herring failed to punch it in on 4th-and-goal when he was sacked for a loss of eight yards. Nonetheless, after UNLV’s defense stopped the Warriors on their next drive, it drove into their red zone and failed to convert a 4th-and-1 from Hawaii’s 18 to turn it over on downs a second consecutive time. The Warriors opened the scoring when Tyler Hadden drilled a 31-yard field goal at the 12:46 mark of the second quarter. UNLV answered on its next two drives with a pair of Kohorst field goals to take a 6-3 lead. The teams exchanged touchdowns over the next three possessions -- Hawaii scoring twice and UNLV once -- as the Warriors took a 17-13 lead into halftime.

REBEL NOTES

♦Nolan Kohorst tied the school record for kicking points in a game with 15 (Dillon Pieffer vs. Hawai’i in 2003 and Nick Garritano vs. Cal State Fullerton in 1992) with four field goals and three extra points. ♦UNLV’s 38 first downs were a school record, besting the 35 vs. UTEP in 1980. It was also one off the Mountain West record of 39 held by four different teams. ♦UNLV defeated the Rainbow Warriors at home for the fifth time in the last six meetings at Sam Boyd Stadium. ♦QB Caleb Herring broke the school record for consecutive pass attempts without an interception and then tied the Mountain West record of 183 before being picked off to end the first half. The previous UNLV record was 173 by Omar Clayton in 2007-08 and the league mark is 183 by Wyoming’s Brett Smith from 2012-13.


unlv 14 NO. 17/19 Fresno State 38

Bulldog Stadium • Fresno, CA Oct. 19, 2013 • Att. 37,604

GAME 7

REBELS’ STREAK ENDS IN FRESNO FRESNO, CA (AP) - All that momentum UNLV built with a strong finish to the first half was squandered quickly in the third quarter. Derek Carr threw his fourth touchdown pass of the game to Davante Adams after UNLV wasted a prime scoring chance on the opening possession of the second half and No. 17 Fresno State rolled to a 38-14 victory on Saturday night. The Rebels (4-3, 2-1 Mountain West) ran the opening kick of the second half back to the UNLV FS FS - FS - FS - UNLV - FS - UNLV - FS - FS -

0 14 0 0 -- 14 14 14 10 0 -- 38 FIRST QUARTER Adams 75-yard pass from Carr (McGuire kick) 14:51 Adams 28-yard pass from Carr (McGuire kick) 4:42 SECOND QUARTER Quezada 2-yard run (McGuire kick) 12:44 Murray-Lawrence 73-yard run (Kohorst kick) 12:06 Adams 36-yard pass from Carr (McGuire kick) 10:20 Sullivan 13-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 1:07 THIRD QUARTER Adams 37-yard pass from Carr (McGuire kick) 9:57 McGuire 36-yard field goal 3:00 FOURTH QUARTER No Scoring

UNLV FS First Downs 17 33 Rushes-Yards 25-133 39-206 Passing Yards 161 438 Passes (C-A-I) 24-42-0 35-15-1 Total Offense 294 641 Punt returns-Yards 0-0 2-3 Punts-Average 5-36.2 1-41.0 Kick Returns-Yards 7-158 2-39 Interceptions-Yards 1-27 0-0 Sacks By-Yards 0-0 3-12 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 4-38 4-40 Possession Time 26:13 33:47

Rushing: (UNLV) Murray-Lawrence 3-79-1, Cornett 10-49, Herring 9-8, Barnhill 1-3, Sullivan 1-(-2), Smith 1-(-4) (FS) Waller 15-78, Quezada 12-75-1, Micenheimer 6-18, Carr 1-16, Burse 1-10, Thomas 4-9. Passing: (UNLV) Herring 27-42-0-161-1, (FS) Carr 33-48-0-412-4, Burrell 2-2-0-23-0, Burse 0-1-1-0-0. Receiving: (UNLV) Sullivan 8-73-1, Davis 8-50, Cornett 5-14, Williams 3-12, MurrayLawrence 2-5, Smith 1-7 (FS) Adams 8-221-4, Burse 8-73, Harper 5-43, Quezada 5-26, Waller 4-22, Jensen 3-25, Watson 1-17, Scott 1-8. Tackle Leaders: (UNLV) Tim Hasson 9 (FS) Ederaine 6, Riley 6, Mickelsen 6, Wilson 6. Sacks: (UNLV) None (FS) Ederaine 1.0-1, Smith 1.0-5, Washington 1.0-6. Interceptions: (UNLV) Crawford 1-27 (FS) None.

Bulldogs 45 but failed to get a first down on that drive. Carr responded with an 11-play, 84-yard drive capped by the 37-yard TD pass to Adams that gave the Bulldogs (6-0, 3-0) a 35-14 lead. UNLV failed to score in the second half and was held to 89 total yards over the final 30 minutes. Carr and Adams set the tone with a 75yard touchdown on the opening play of the game to the delight of a crowd that included a few hundred former players on hand for a pregame celebration. The Bulldogs equaled their start in 2001 when Carr’s older brother, David, led the team to six straight victories to open the season. Carr completed 33 of 46 passes for 412 yards, breaking Paul Pinegar’s career school records for completions and touchdowns with 849 and 85, respectively. He joined Pinegar and Kevin Sweeney as the only Fresno State quarterbacks with 10,000 career yards passing. Adams, who had eight catches for 221 yards, tied the school record held by Charlie Jones (1995) and Jim Molich (1942) for touchdown catches in a game. He tied the career mark of 25 touchdown catches held by Jones, Bernard Berrian and Henry Ellard with half of his sophomore season remaining. Caleb Herring threw one TD pass and Tim Cornett ran for 49 yards to break Mike Thomas’ career school rushing record with 3,158 yards before leaving with a lower-body injury. But UNLV had its four-game winning streak snapped. The Rebels haven’t won five straight since a seven-game streak in 1984 when Randall Cunningham was the quarterback. Fresno State scored touchdowns on the first four drives of the game starting with the deep pass from Carr to Adams just 9 seconds into the game. After converting a fourth down on the second drive, Carr connected with Adams again from 27 yards out for another score and Josh Quezada’s 2-yard TD run on a rare play when Carr took the snap from under center gave the Bulldogs a 21-0 lead early in the second quarter. But UNLV fought back, taking advantage of some questionable decisions by Fresno State to make it 28-14 at halftime. Shaquille Murray-Lawrence scored on a 73-yard burst up the middle for the Rebels’ first score. Herring threw a 13-yard TD pass to Marcus Sullivan late in the half after Fresno State receiver Isaiah Burse threw an interception after taking a lateral from Carr. The Bulldogs missed a chance to add to their lead late in the half when Carr threw an incompletion from the 12-yard line as time ran out when DeRuyter passed on a chance at a short field goal with 6 seconds remaining.

unlv Nevada, reno Mackay Stadium • Reno, NV Oct. 26, 2013 • Att. 32,521

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GAME 8

REBELS WIN BATTLE FOR FREMONT CANNON RENO (AP) - The Fremont Cannon will be changing colors for the first time in nine years. Caleb Herring passed for 335 yards and three touchdowns and UNLV defeated upstate rival Nevada, Reno 27-22 on Saturday. The victory snapped an eight-game Wolf Pack winning streak in the series and gave the Rebels possession of the Fremont Cannon, for the first time since 2004. Tim Cornett rushed for 122 yards and a touchdown and Devante Davis had eight catches for 121 yards for the Rebels (5-3 overall, 3-1 Mountain West Conference). Herring completed 29 of 42 passes and his 11-yard strike to Davis with 5:54 left in the game put the Rebels up 27-16. UNLV UNR

0 14 0 13 -- 27 3 13 0 6 - - 22

FIRST QUARTER UNR - Zuzo 40-yard field goal 7:09 SECOND QUARTER UNR - Zuzo 22-yard field goal 12:55 UNLV - Mataele 16-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 9:56 UNR - Turner 61-yard pass from Fajardo (Zuzo kick) 5:52 UNLV - Davis 44-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 4:18 UNR - Zuzo 43-yard field goal 0:24 THIRD QUARTER No Scoring FOURTH QUARTER UNLV - Cornett 9-yard run (Kohorst kick) 11:46 UNLV - Davis 11-yard pass from Herring (Conversion failed) 5:54 UNR - Bradley 9-yard pass from Fajardo (Conversion failed) 3:25 UNLV UNR First Downs 29 18 Rushes-Yards 42-149 36-130 Passing Yards 335 357 Passes (C-A-I) 29-42-0 24-40-1 Total Offense 484 487 Punt returns-Yards 3-5 0-0 Punts-Average 8-38.6 6-54.8 Kick Returns-Yards 5-311 6-386 Interceptions-Yards 1-5 0-0 Sacks By-Yards 1-6 1-4 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 3-35 13-105 Possession Time 33:36 26:24

Rushing: (UNLV) Cornett 26-122-1, Herring 11-34, Smith 1-0, Murray-Lawrence 1-(-2), Sullivan 1-(-3). (UNR) Jackson 12-62, Brock 14-44, Fajardo 9-29, Mitchell 1-(-5). Passing: (UNLV) Herring 29-49-0-335-3 (UNR) Fajardo 24-40-1-357-2. Receiving: (UNLV) Davis 8-121-2, Phillips 5-44, Cornett 3-33, Smith 3-31, Price 3-27, Mataele 2-31-1, Sullivan 2-21, Barnhill 2-20, Rice Jr. 1-7 (UNR) Turner 8-149-1, Bradley 7-89-1, Wimberly 4-89, Richardson 3-22, Brock 1-11, Jackson 1-(-3). Tackle Leaders: (UNLV) Vea 13 (UNR) McNeal 14. Sacks: (UNLV) Holloway 1.0-6(UNLV) Hekking 1.0-4. Interceptions: (UNLV) Crawford 1-5 (UNR) None.

Nevada, Reno responded with an 8-play, 72-yard drive that culminated with an 11yard touchdown pass from Cody Fajardo to Aaron Bradley to cut the lead to 27-22 with 3:25 left. The Wolf Pack defense forced the Rebels into a 3-and-out on the ensuing possession, but could not complete the comeback as Fajardo’s pass to Jerico Richardson on a fourth-and-four, with 1:28 left, fell incomplete. UNLV was then able to run out the clock. Fajardo was 24 of 40 for 357 yards and two touchdowns for UNR (3-5 overall, 2-3 MWC). He had a 61-yard scoring pass to Richy Turner that put the Wolf Pack ahead 13-7 with 5:52 left in the first half. Nevada also had three first-half field goals of 40, 22 and 43 yards - to lead 16-14 at halftime. Herring had touchdown passes of 44 and 11 yards to Davis, and also hooked up with Maika Mataele from 16 yards. The Wolf Pack had 13 penalties for 105 yards, lost one fumble and was intercepted once. UNLV was penalized three times for 35 yards and lost one fumble.

REBEL NOTES

♦UNLV’s 27-22 victory over UNR snapped an eightgame losing streak against the Wolf Pack ♦The win marked only the second time in history and first time since 1979 that UNLV went to Reno and won the Fremont Cannon away from UNR ♦The Rebels picked up a fifth victory in their first eight games of a season since 1994 ♦UNLV won at Mackay Stadium for the first time since 2003 ♦The Rebels earned the first three points of the second annual Governor’s Series competition ♦The 22 points scored by UNR were the least scored vs. UNLV in the series since the Pack won 22-14 in 2005 ♦Both teams wore special helmet decals saying “SMS” to honor victims of the Sparks tragedy ♦UNLV wore its home red jerseys playing in Reno for the first time in series history ♦This marked the first time that the Battle for the Fremont Cannon was waged on Nevada Day Weekend ♦Frank Crawford’s team-leading third interception ended UNR QB Cody Fajardo’s Mountain West record for pass attempts without a pick at 193. It also marked the first time any Rebel has had at least three interceptions in one season since Will Chandler had five in 2010 ♦On the play directly after the interception, UNLV RB Shaq Murray-Lawrence fumbled the ball back to the Wolf Pack. It marked his first lost fumble as a Rebel and only the third for UNLV in the season ♦Safety Peni Vea had seven tackles (six solo) in the first quarter alone en route to 13 total takedowns on the day ♦Caleb Herring hit senior WR Maika Mataele for a 16-yard touchdown pass to give UNLV its first lead of the day at 7-6 in the second quarter. It marked Mataele’s first score as a Rebel


San Jose StatÉ 34 unlv 24 GAME 9

Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas Nov. 9, 2013 • Att. 15,062

SPARTANS SPOIL REBELS’ HOMECOMING

SAN JOSÉ STATE 14 10 0 10 -- 34 UNLV 0 3 14 7 -- 24 SJSU - SJSU - UNLV - SJSU - SJSU - UNLV - UNLV - SJSU - UNLV - SJSU -

FIRST QUARTER Jones 13-yard pass from Fales (Lopez kick) 9:17 Nunn 30-yard pass from Freeman (Lopez kick) 4:21 SECOND QUARTER Kohorst 21-yard field goal 13:10 Lawson 31-yard run (Lopez kick) 4:29 Lopez 20-yard field goal 0:20 THIRD QUARTER Sullivan 19-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 12:35 Herring 1-yard run (Kohorst kick) 0:17 FOURTH QUARTER Tucker 37-yard run (Kohorst kick) 12:34 Mataele 16-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 8:00 Lopez 44-yard field goal 2:56

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Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas Nov. 2, 2013 • Att. 15,837 LAS VEGAS (AP) -- San Jose State’s Jarrod Lawson ran for a career-high 187 yards and a touchdown as San Jose State topped UNLV 34-24 on Saturday. San Jose State (5-3, 4-1 Mountain West) raced to an early 14-0 lead with touchdowns on its first two possessions. Lawson then added a 31-yard score in the second quarter as the Spartans took a 24-3 lead into halftime.

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UNLV (5-4, 3-2) cut the lead to 24-17 late in the third but Thomas Tucker ran for a 37-yard touchdown with 10:49 to play to extend SJSU’s lead to 31-17. UNLV once again cut the deficit to 7 with eight minutes remaining but the Spartans responded with a drive that lasted over five minutes and culminated in a field goal. Caleb Herring led the Rebel second half charge and finished 26-of-39 for 265 yards and two touchdowns through the air and added 55 yards on 14 carries and another score on the ground. The UNLV defense held the Spartan passing attack in check, allowing only 180 yards to a team that came into the game averaging just under 350 yards through the air per game. Rebels’ Frank Crawford and Peni Vea picked off SJSU quarterback David Fales, giving hime 10 interceptions on the year. Crawford leads the team with 4 picks this season. SJSU finished with 312 yards rushing while UNLV finished with 86 yards on the ground.

REBEL NOTES

♦ This marked the first meeting between the teams since 1997 SJSU UNLV ♦ The Rebels saw their three-game home winning First Downs 26 25 streak snapped Rushes-Yards 45-312 27-86 ♦ With the 34-24 victory, the Spartans have now Passing Yards 180 265 won four straight against the Rebels and lead the Passes (C-A-I) 16-31-2 26-49-2 all-time series 12-5-1 Total Offense 492 351 ♦ UNLV fell to 23-23 all-time in its Homecoming Punt returns-Yards 1-2 0-0 games Kick Returns-Yards 2-37 3-53 ♦ UNLV senior safety Frank Crawford hauled in Interceptions-Yards 2-4 2-0 his fourth interception of the season. The transfer Sacks By-Yards 3-21 1-11 Punts-Average 3-46.3 4-44.5 from Ole Miss now has the most picks by a Rebel Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 since Will Chandler had five in 2010 Penalties-Yards 6-52 2-13 ♦ The Rebels rushed for a season-low 86 net Possession Time 33:35 26:25 yards, finishing with less than 100 for the first time since the 2012 finale at Hawaii when UNLV Rushing: (SJSU) Lawson 28-187-1, Tucker had just 37 8-94-1, Crawley 5-27, Fales 3-6, Team 1-(♦ UNLV outscored SJSU 21-10 in the second half, 2) (UNLV) Herring 14-55-1, Cornett 12-24, which means the Rebels outscored their opponent Murray Lawrence 1-7. after halftime for the sixth time in the first nine games of 2013 Passing: (SJSU) Fales 15-30-2-150-1, ♦ After the Spartans had 13 more first downs in Freeman 1-1-0-30-1 (UNLV) Herring 26-49the first half (18-5), the Rebels had 12 more than 2-265-2. SJSU in the second (20-8). The final first downs tally was SJSU 26, UNLV 25 Receiving: (SJSU) Jones 7-72-1, Winston ♦ Senior RB Tim Cornett turned in a season-low 24 4-54, Nunn 2-41-1, Lawson 2-6, Freeman net rushing yards. It was the fewest yards gained 1-7 (UNLV) Davis 8-79, Mataele 6-89-1, Sullivan 6-74-1, Barnhill 3-15, Cornett 2-0, on the ground by the school’s career leader since Murray Lawrence 1-8. rushing just twice for one yard vs. UNR on Oct. 8, 2011 Tackle Leaders: (SJSU) Tago 12(UNLV) ♦ SJSU finished with just 180 passing yards, which Maka 12 marked the fifth time in the first nine of games of 2013 that a UNLV opponent did not reach the Sacks: (SJSU) Tago 1.0-7, Benwikere 200-yard mark in passing 1.0-6, Bacon 1.0-8 (UNLV) Sparkman 0.5-5, ♦ Although one came on a tipped pass, Caleb Clark 0.5-. Herring’s two interceptions vs. SJSU marked the first time the senior tossed more than one pick in Interceptions: (SJSU) Benwikere 1-0, Highthe same game since throwing three vs. Southern tower 1-4 (UNLV) Vea 1-0, Crawford 1-0. Utah on Sept. 24, 2011

AGGIES SLIP PAST REBELS LAS VEGAS - UNLV missed out on its second straight opportunity to become bowl eligible with a 28-24 loss to Utah State Saturday night. The Rebels drove the field in 16 plays in a last-ditch effort for a comeback, and got as close as the Utah State 16-yard line, but fell short when quarterback Caleb Herring’s final four pass attempts fell incomplete. The final two chances for the Rebels were back corner fades to Devante Davis, who finished the game with three catches for 84 yards, but the passes sailed out of the end zone. Herring completed 17-of-39 pass attempts for 252 yards while throwing two touchdowns and one interception. His completion percentage of 44 percent was a season low. Bruce Natson’s eventual game winning touchdown came

with 3:56 left in the game, and capped an 11-play, 82-yard drive to give Utah State the lead 28-24. The 12-yard score came from the wildcat formation, which the Aggies ran extensively Saturday night. Natson finished with 71 yards on nine carries with two touchdowns. With the win, the Aggies became bowl eligible for the third consecutive season. Utah State (6-4, 5-1 Mountain West), which won the Western Athletic Conference last season, has now won 10 straight league road games. The Aggies conclude their season with two home games, against Colorado State and Wyoming. Freshman quarterback Darell Garretson, who made his third career start, led Utah State’s offensive attack, completing 16-of-28 pass attempts for 288 yards and one USU 0 14 7 7 -- 28 touchdown strike while registering a 155.3 quarterback UNLV 7 10 0 7 -- 24 rating. FIRST QUARTER UNLV sacked Garretson four times, a season high UNLV - Sullivan 10-yard pass from Herring for the Rebels and the most for the team since Sept. 8, (Kohorst kick) 8:23 2012 against NAU. SECOND QUARTER USU - Johnson 5-yard pass from Garretson Running back Tim Cornett ran for 115 yards on 29 (Diaz kick) 14:53 attempts and one touchdown. Cornett, who moved up to UNLV - Kohorst 29-yard field goal 4:02 No. 2 in UNLV’s all-time all-purpose yardage list, became USU - Natson 13-yard run only the second running back to rush for 100 yards against (Diaz kick) 11:16 the Aggies’ 19th-ranked rushing defense this season. UNLV - Cornett 4-yard run (Kohorst kick) Cornett reached the century mark for the 15th time THIRD QUARTER in his career, putting him only two behind UNLV’s all-time USU - DeMartino 1-yard run leader, Mike Thomas. (Diaz kick) The Rebels (5-5, 3-3) suffered their second FOURTH QUARTER consecutive home loss, and remain one win shy of UNLV - Mataele 4-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 10:53 becoming bowl eligible. The last time UNLV appeared in USU - Natson 12-yard run a bowl game was in 2000. The Rebels have a bye next (Diaz kick) 3:56 week before their final two chances at bowl eligibility at USU UNLV First Downs 24 24 Air Force on Nov. 21, and senior night against San Diego State on Nov. 30. Rushes-Yards 45-153 42-150 Passing Yards 288 252 Passes (C-A-I) 16-28-0 17-39-1 REBEL NOTES Total Offense 441 402 ♦Utah State’s 28-24 victory was the Aggies’ first Punt returns-Yards 2-10 1-(-1) win in Las Vegas since 2004 and improved their Kick Returns-Yards 2-45 4-136 lead in the all-time series to 14-7. Interceptions-Yards 1-0 0-0 ♦UNLV and Utah State played each other as Sacks By-Yards 2-20 4-22 league rivals for the first time since both were Punts-Average 7-42.7 4-40.8 members of the Big West Conference in 1995. Fumbles-Lost 4-2 0-0 ♦The four-point victory means that 11 of the Penalties-Yards 7-34 5-50 21 all-time meetings have been decided by a Possession Time 27:03 32:57 touchdown or less. ♦Tim Cornett (115 yards on 29 carries) posted his Rushing: (USU) DeMartino 19-75-1, Natson 15th career 100-yard rushing game, which is just 9-71-2, Garretson 14-13 (UNLV) Cornett 29two behind UNLV’s all-time leader, Mike Thomas 115-1, Herring 9-27, Sullivan 1-13, Smith 2-6, (17 in 1973-74). Kohorst 1-(-11). ♦Cornett’s four-yard scoring rush was his 11th Passing: (USU) Garretson 16-28-0-288-1 touchdown on the ground this year, which tied him (UNLV) Herring 17-39-1-252-2. for the third most in a season by a Rebel and most since QB Jason Thomas had 11 in Receiving: (USU) Reynolds 7-129, Van 2000. Cornett also moved into second place all-time Leeuwen 4-112, Natson 2-30, Houston 1-8, at the school with 4,386 all-purpose yards. Johnson 1-5-1, Andersen 1-4 (UNLV) Sullivan ♦QB Caleb Herring found WR Marcus Sullivan 5-83-1, Mataele 5-49-1, Davis 3-84, Barnhill from 10 yards out to open the scoring in the game. 2-27, Cornett 2-9. In the fourth quarter, Herring hit Maika Mataele for a four-yard scoring strike. It was the 17th scoring Tackle Leaders: (USU) Doughty - 11. (UNLV) pass of the season, which tied for the eighth most in Gaston, Vea and Maka - 6 UNLV single-season history and was the most by a Rebel quarterback since Omar Clayton had 18 Sacks: (USU) Doughty 1.0-10, Alexander 1.0-10 in 2008. (UNLV) Gaston 1.5-8, Sanitoa 1.0-5, Langham ♦UNLV led 7-0 at the end of the first quarter. It 1.0-8, Maka 0.5-1. marked the first time the Rebels outscored their Interceptions: (USU) Lawson 1-0 (UNLV) opponent in the first quarter since leading Western None. Illinois 10-0 on Sept. 10. The Rebels came in being outscored 79-30 in the opening stanza.


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41 San diego state 21 UNLV

GAME 11 Falcon Stadium • Colorado Springs, CO Nov. 21, 2013 • Att. 29,898

GAME 12 Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas, NV Nov. 30, 2013 • Att. 15,884

REBELS THAW FALCONS IN SUB-ZERO CLIMATE AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) - Tim Cornett rushed for a career-high 220 yards and four touchdowns and UNLV became bowl eligible for the first time since 2000 with a 41-21 win over Air Force on Thursday night. Temperatures in the single digits, a wind chill below zero and a snow-covered field didn’t slow Cornett, UNLV’s all-time leading rusher. He crossed the 1,000-yard mark for the second consecutive season while notching his 16th career 100-yard game. The Rebels (6-5, 4-3 Mountain West) defeated the Falcons (2-9, 0-7) for the second consecutive year, their first back-to-back wins over Air Force since 2000-01. Air Force cut the Rebels’ lead to 33-21 with UNLV AFA

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FIRST QUARTER UNLV - Cornett 22-yard run (Kohorst kick blocked) 11:56 UNLV - Herring 1-yard run (Kohorst kick) 4:29 UNLV - Herring 6-yard run (Kohorst kick) 1:47 SECOND QUARTER UNLV - Cornett 7-yard run (Kohorst kick) 9:47 AFA - Ludowig 31-yard pass from Romine (Conant kick) 8:59 UNLV - Cornett 3-yard run (Kohorst kick blocked) 3:47 AFA - Hart 1-yard run (Conant kick) 0:08 THIRD QUARTER AFA - Johnson 1-yard run (Conant kick) 5:18 FOURTH QUARTER UNLV - Cornett 46-yard run (Conversion pass successful) 2:03 UNLV AFA First Downs 30 17 Rushes-Yards 58-330 55-228 Passing Yards 141 70 Passes (C-A-I) 15-18-0 4-13-0 Total Offense 471 298 Punt returns-Yards 1-9 0-0 Punts-Average 3-50.3 6-24.5 Kick Returns-Yards 6-368 4-259 Interceptions-Yards 0-0 0-0 Sacks By-Yards 3-18 2-11 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 7-35 3-35 Possession Time 35:50 24:10

Rushing: (UNLV) Cornett 36-220-4, Herring 12-56-2, Murray-Lawrence 8-54, Smith 1-1. (AFA) LaCoste 15-75, Lee 7-66, Gagliano 4-44, Rushing 4-15, Romine 14-9, Hart 6-8-1, Brown 1-6, Johnson 4-5-1. Passing: (UNLV) Herring 15-18-0-141-0 (UNR) Romine 3-11-0-72-1, Roberts 1-2-0-(-2)-0. Receiving: (UNLV) Davis 6-75, Williams 3-22, Mataele 1-17, Barnhill 1-8, Sullivan 1-7, Smith 1-6, Cornett 1-4, Murray-Lawrence 1-2 (AFA) Ludowig 1-31-1, Brown 1-22, Gagliano 1-19, Hancock 1-(-2). Tackle Leaders: (UNLV) Maka 9 (AFA) Pierce 17. Sacks: (UNLV) Philippi 1.0-6, Vaesau 1.0-10, Klorman 0.5-1, Sanitoa 0.5-1 (AFA) Walker 1.0-3, Watson 0.5-4, Harris 0.5-4. Interceptions: (UNLV) None (AFA) None.

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5:18 remaining in the third, but Cornett’s 46-yard touchdown run with 2:03 left in the fourth put the game out of reach. UNLV quarterback Caleb Herring added first-quarter touchdown runs of 1 yard and 6 yards to help the Rebels build a 27-0 lead. Devante Davis had six catches for 75 yards to become just the seventh Rebels receiver to reach 1,000 yards in a single season. Anthony LaCoste led Air Force with 75 yards on 15 carries. The Rebels racked up a season-high 330 yards rushing and capitalized on a pair of early Air Force miscues. A blocked punt and fumble recovery in the first quarter set up UNLV touchdowns. The Falcons took the ensuing drive and marched 80 yards in 10 plays to cut UNLV’s lead to 33-21 on a 1-yard touchdown run by D.J. Johnson. It was all UNLV early on. Trent Langham blocked David Baska’s punt attempt after Air Force’s opening drive stalled 2:29 into the game, and the Rebels’ David Greene returned the ball to the Falcons’ 30-yard line. Cornett scored from 22 yards out two plays later, and UNLV led 6-0. The Rebels turned favorable field position into another first-quarter score with 4:29 remaining on Herring’s 1-yard touchdown plunge. Air Force continued to be its own worst enemy in the opening quarter. Running back Jon Lee couldn’t handle a high pitch from quarterback Nate Romine on an option off right tackle and UNLV’s Tim Hasson recovered the ball on the Falcons 48. Herring made it 20-0 Rebels four plays later on a diving touchdown run with 1:47 remaining, and Cornett’s 7-yard touchdown run with 9:47 left in the second quarter gave UNLV a 27-0 lead. UNLV’s three first-quarter scoring drives took a total of 3:59.

REBEL NOTES

♦ The game at Falcon Stadium was the coldest in UNLV history with the official temperature at kickoff at 11 degrees with a wind chill of minus-7. ♦ The 41-21 victory was only the second win by UNLV at Air Force in series history. ♦ The win was the sixth for UNLV in 2013, which made the Rebels bowl eligible for the first time since 2000. The victory also meant UNLV ended the season with a winning road record (3-2) for the first time since 2003. It also gave the Rebels four victories in Mountain West play for the first time since 2000. ♦ Senior Tim Cornett posted career highs for rushing attempts with 36 (tied for the third most in school history), yards with 220 (10th most in UNLV history) and rushing touchdowns with four (tied with three others for the most in program history).

REBELS ROUT AZTECS IN SEASON FINALE LAS VEGAS - Caleb Herring threw five touchdowns and ran for another in UNLV’s 45-19 dominating win over San Diego State Saturday night. Herring finished his final game at Sam Boyd Stadium 20-of-30 for 270 yards, with 66 more yards on the ground. UNLV fell behind only 41 seconds into the game when San Diego State connected on a 39-yard pass from Quinn Kaehler to Colin Lockett resulting from a double-reverse flea-flicker. The defense held San Diego State, who entered the game averaging 166.3 rushing yards per game, to only 88 rushing yards. The Aztec’s 1,000 yard rusher, Adam Muema, SDSU 7 0 6 6 -- 19 UNLV 7 17 7 14 -- 45 FIRST QUARTER SDSU - Locket 39-yard pass from Kaehler (Feer kick) 14:19 UNLV - Davis 5-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 11:04 SECOND QUARTER UNLV - Davis 10-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 11:04 UNLV - Davis 63-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 5:30 UNLV - Kohorst 50-yard field goal 1:09 THIRD QUARTER UNLV - Herring 5-yard run (Kohorst kick) 11:33 SDSU - Pumphrey 1-yard run (Feer kick failed) 2:27 FOURTH QUARTER UNLV - Sullivan 32-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 14:43 UNLV - Davis 6-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 11:27 SDSU - Vizzi 71-yard punt return (Conversion failed) 7:17 SDSU UNLV First Downs 21 22 Rushes-Yards 29-88 33-131 Passing Yards 239 270 Passes (C-A-I) 24-46-2 20-30-0 Total Offense 327 401 Punt returns-Yards 3-83 1-4 Punts-Average 3-42.3 4-34.0 Kick Returns-Yards 7-150 2-73 Interceptions-Yards 0-0 2-22 Sacks By-Yards 1-6 1-3 Fumbles-Lost 3-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 7-49 3-34 Possession Time 30:02 29:58

Rushing: (SDSU) Pumphrey 13-87-1, Muema 12-11, Young 1-4, Price 1-1, Kaehler 1-(-7), Ruffin 1-(-8) (UNLV) Cornett 16-61-0, Herring 9-60-1, Smith 5-7, Sullivan 1-(-1). Passing: (SDSU) Kaehler 24-46-2-239-1 (UNLV) Herring 20-30-0-270-5. Receiving: (SDSU) Lockett 7-98-1, Ruffin 5-55, Roberts 3-29, Vizzi 3-15, Pumphrey 3-10, Judge 1-21, Young 1-6, Denso 1-5 (UNLV) Davis 8-171-4, Sullivan 4-50-1m Barnhill 4-23, Mataele 2-15, Williams 1-6, Cornett 1-5. Tackle Leaders: (SDSU) Harris 7 (UNLV) Vea 13, Lotulelei 7 Sacks: (SDSU) Gavert 1.0-6 (UNLV) Ta. Hasson 1.0-3. Interceptions: (SDSU) None (UNLV) Horsey 1-22, Gaston 1-0,

was held to only 19 yards on 12 carries. UNLV went on to score 31 unanswered points through the 11:36 mark of the third quarter, seized control of the game and cruised to the win. The Rebels (7-5, 5-3 Mountain West) outgained San Diego State 402-327, while their 45 points was their second biggest output of the season. UNLV was a perfect 6-0 this season when scoring 30 or more points. Herring’s five touchdown passes were not only a career-high, but also tied a school record for most in a single game. Herring’s No. 1 target on the night, Devante Davis, finished with eight receptions for 171 yards and four touchdowns. Herring also connected with Marcus Sullivan on a 32-yard TD strike. Davis’ career-high four touchdown receptions tied him for the most in a single game in UNLV history, while his 14 touchdowns in 2013 set a new single-season record for the Rebels. Much like throughout the season, Herring was able to complete passes to Davis even through tight coverage. Placekicker Nolan Kohorst kicked six extra points and one field goal and became UNLV’s all-time leading scorer with 245 career points. The Rebels are one of seven Mountain West Conference schools to become bowl eligible this season. The victory marks UNLV’s first seven-win season since 2000, when the Rebels were 8-5 under former head coach John Robinson. That was the last time the Rebels appeared in a bowl game. The seven wins are also more than UNLV coach Bobby Hauck won over his first three years combined with the Rebels, who won two games in each of the past three seasons. The victory gave the Rebels five Mountain West Conference wins for the first time ever. Most importantly, the seven wins were key to UNLV’s chances of making a bowl. Hauck gave his final sales pitch in the postgame press conference.

REBEL NOTES

♦The Rebels’ 45-19 victory broke a three-game losing streak to the Aztecs. ♦UNLV (7-5) reached the seven-win mark in a season for only the third time since 1984 (1994, 2000 and 2013). ♦The Rebels won five Mountain West games in a season (5-3) for the first time since the league began in 1999. It was the most in league play for UNLV since going 5-1 in the Big West Conference in 1994. ♦Nolan Kohorst scored 10 points in the game to give him 245 for his career, which broke the school’s all-time scoring record of 244 set by running back Mike Thomas in 1973-74. ♦Caleb Herring’s five touchdown passes tied the UNLV single-game record, which was previously done three times: Shane Steichen vs. New Mexico in 2006, Jon Denton vs. San Jose State in 1997 and Larry Gentry vs. UTEP in 1980.


THE LAST TIME IN A REBEL FOOTBALL GAME

A KICKOFF WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UNLV: 98 yards by Deante’ Purvis vs. Colorado State, Oct. 29, 2009 OPP: 98 yards by Marcus Jones at Minnesota, Aug. 28, 2013 A PUNT WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UNLV: 52 yards by Troy Mason vs. San Diego State, Oct. 13, 2001 OPP: 71 yards by Tim Vizzi vs. San Diego State, Nov. 30, 2013 A BLOCKED PUNT WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UNLV: Tim Hasson at Utah, Sept. 11, 2010 OPP: Shaun Harper at Utah, Oct. 23, 2004 A BLOCKED FIELD GOAL WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UNLV: 53 yards by Sidney Hodge vs. Wyoming, Nov. 17, 2012 OPP: 51 yards by Martez Shabazz at Minnesota, Aug. 28, 2013 AN INTERCEPTION WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UNLV: 19 yards by Will Chandler vs. Wisconsin, Sept. 4, 2010 OPP: 52 yards by Tra’Mayne Bondurant vs. Arizona, Sept. 7, 2013 A FUMBLE WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UNLV: 30 yards by Kenneth Penny at Boise State, Oct. 20, 2012 OPP: 30 yards by Shaq Bell of Colorado State, Nov. 10, 2012 A CONVERSION ATTEMPT WAS RETURNED FOR TWO POINTS UNLV: Never OPP: Brand Ratcliff of New Mexico, Oct. 12, 2002 A SAFETY WAS RECORDED UNLV: Team safety after ball is illegally batted through end zone at Wyoming, Nov. 29, 2003 OPP: Team safety after Tim Cornett is tackled in the end zone at Utah State, Sept. 29, 2012 A SHUTOUT WAS RECORDED ON THE ROAD UNLV: 13-0 vs. Cal State Fullerton, Nov. 12, 1983 OPP: 37-0 at Nevada, Reno, Oct. 8, 2011 A SHUTOUT WAS RECORDED AT SAM BOYD STADIUM UNLV: 27-0 vs. Utah, Sept. 22, 2007 OPP: 7-0 by San Diego State, Nov. 8, 2003 A TEAM DID NOT COMMIT A TURNOVER UNLV: vs. San Diego State, Nov. 30, 2013 OPP: vs. Wyoming, Nov. 17, 2012 A TEAM DID NOT PUNT UNLV: vs. Tennessee Tech, Sept. 7, 1985 OPP: at Air Force, Nov. 19, 2011 A TEAM DID NOT HAVE A PENALTY UNLV: vs. Western Illinois, Sept. 21, 2013 OPP: at TCU, Dec. 3, 2011

A TIE GAME WAS PLAYED UNLV: 16-16 vs. San Jose State, Nov. 23, 1985

A TEAM BLOCKED A PUNT UNLV: Trent Langham at Air Force, Nov. 21, 2013 OPP: Andrew Feaster of San Diego State, Oct. 27, 2012 A TEAM BLOCKED A FIELD GOAL UNLV: Tim Hasson vs. Wyoming, Nov. 17, 2012 OPP: RaShede Hageman at Minnesota, Aug. 28, 2013 AN INDIVIDUAL KICKED FOUR OR MORE FIELD GOALS UNLV: 4 by Nolan Kohorst vs. Hawaii, Oct. 12, 2013 OPP: 4 by Peter LoCoco vs. TCU, Nov. 4, 2006 A 50-YARD FIELD GOAL WAS MADE UNLV: 50 yards by Nolan Kohorst vs. San Diego State, Nov. 30, 2013 OPP: 53 yards by Abel Perez at San Diego State, Nov. 27, 2010 AN INDIVIDUAL SCORED FOUR OR MORE TOUCHDOWNS UNLV: 4 by Devante Davis vs. San Diego State, Nov. 30, 2013 OPP: 4 by Davante Adams at Fresno State, Oct. 19, 2013 A TEAM HAD 600 OR MORE YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE UNLV: 644 vs. Wyoming, Nov. 2, 2002 OPP: 641 at Fresno State, Oct. 19, 2013 A TEAM SCORED AT LEAST 50 POINTS UNLV: 56, at New Mexico, Sept. 28, 2013 OPP: 58 vs. Arizona, Sept. 7, 2013 A TEAM SCORED AT LEAST 60 POINTS UNLV: 63 vs. Nebraska-Omaha, Oct. 16, 1976 OPP: 63 at Nevada, Reno, Oct. 3, 2009 A PASS WAS COMPLETED FOR AT LEAST 70-79 YARDS UNLV: 75 by Nick Sherry to Devante Davis vs. New Mexico, Nov. 3, 2012 OPP: 75 by Derek Carr to Devante Adams at Fresno State, Oct. 19, 2013 A PASS WAS COMPLETED FOR AT LEAST 80-89 YARDS UNLV: 82 by Jon Denton to Len Ware vs. AFA, Sept. 13, 1997 OPP: 81, by Connor Halliday to Marquiss Wilson of WSU, Sept. 14, 2012 AN INDIVIDUAL PASSED FOR AT LEAST 400 YARDS UNLV: 401 by Jon Denton vs. SJSU, Nov. 22, 1997 OPP: 412 by Derek Carr of Fresno State, Oct. 19, 2013 AN INDIVIDUAL PASSED FOR AT LEAST 500 YARDS UNLV: 503 by Jon Denton vs. SDSU, Nov. 16, 1996 OPP: 546 by Cody Ledbetter of NMSU, Nov. 18, 1995 AN INDIVIDUAL PASSED FOR AT LEAST 200 YARDS AND RUSHED FOR AT LEAST 100 YARDS UNLV: 304 yards passing, 135 yards rushing by Omar Clayton vs. Colorado State, Oct. 20, 2007 OPP: 284 yards passing, 122 yards rushing by Eric Hisaw of Idaho, Sept. 17, 1994 AN INDIVIDUAL COMPLETED AT LEAST 30 PASSES UNLV: 34 by Caleb Herring vs. Hawai’i, Oct. 12, 2013 OPP: 33 by Derek Carr at Fresno State, Oct. 19, 2013 AN INDIVIDUAL THREW AT LEAST FIVE INTERCEPTIONS UNLV: 6 by Bob Stockham vs. USL, Nov. 20, 1993 OPP: 5 by Dave Henigan of Pacific, Oct. 3, 1992 AN INDIVIDUAL INTERCEPTED AT LEAST THREE PASSES UNLV: 3 by Ed Saignes vs. Idaho State, Oct. 13, 1984 OPP: 3 by Darius Cunnigan of Pacific, Oct. 3, 1992

Jon Denton’s 503 yards vs. SDSU were an NCAA freshman record.

AN INDIVIDUAL HAD AT LEAST 10 RECEPTIONS UNLV: 10 by Devante Davis vs. North Texas, Jan. 1, 2014 OPP: 10 by Rishard Matthews at Nevada, Reno, Oct. 8, 2011

Len Ware turned this catch into an 82-yard TD in 1997.

A TEAM PASSED FOR LESS THAN 100 YARDS UNLV: 71 at Boise State, Oct. 20, 2012 OPP: 70 at Air Force, Nov. 21, 2013 A TEAM HAD TWO RECEIVERS WITH AT LEAST 100 YARDS UNLV: 113 by Marcus Sullivan and 141 by Devante Davis vs. Hawai’i, Oct. 12, 2013 OPP: 147 by Kerwynn Williams and 101 by Chuck Jacobs of USU, Sept. 29, 2012 AN INDIVIDUAL RUSHED FOR AT LEAST 200 YARDS UNLV: 220 by Tim Cornett at Air Force, Nov. 21, 2013 OPP: 240 by Colin Kaepernick of Nevada, Reno, Sept. 27, 2008 A RUN WENT FOR AT LEAST 50-59 YARDS UNLV: 58 by Bradley Randle vs. New Mexico, Nov. 3, 2012 OPP: 58 by Ka’Deem Carey vs. Arizona, Sept. 7, 2013 A RUN WENT FOR AT LEAST 60-69 YARDS UNLV: 69 by Marcus Sullivan at New Mexico, Sept. 28, 2013 OPP: 68 by Kasey Carrier at New Mexico, Sept. 28, 2013 A RUN WENT FOR AT LEAST 70-79 YARDS UNLV: 73 by Shaq Murray-Lawrence at Fresno State, Oct. 19, 2013 OPP: 72 by Austyn Alexander vs. Wyoming, Nov. 13, 2010 A RUN WENT FOR AT LEAST 80-89 YARDS UNLV: 80 by Tim Cornett vs. Hawai’i, Sept. 17, 2011 OPP: 89 by Mike Ball at Nevada, Reno, Oct. 3, 2009 A TEAM RUSHED FOR AT LEAST 300 YARDS UNLV: 330 at Air Force, Nov. 21, 2013 OPP: 497 at New Mexico, Sept. 28, 2013 A TEAM RUSHED FOR LESS THAN 50 YARDS UNLV: 22, at BYU, Nov. 6, 2010 OPP: 6 vs. Hawaii, Sept. 17, 2011 A TEAM HAD TWO RUNNERS WITH AT LEAST 100 YARDS UNLV: 113 by RB Bradley Randle and 107 by RB Tim Cornett vs. New Mexico, Nov. 3, 2012 OPP: 192 by RB Kasey Carrier, 119 by WR Carlos Wiggins and 110 by QB Cole Gautsche at New Mexico, Sept. 28, 2013

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