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Mike Grimala
Covering UNLV sports and the occult for the Las Vegas Sun.
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Mike Grimala 2h
Sanchez expects Arkansas State to test Rebels’ elite running game
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Mike Grimala 16h
Football coaches: It's 2018. Do. Not. Punt. from the opponent's territory unless it's 4th-and-long. Anything five yards or shorter, go for it every time. Absolutely no one will criticize you if it doesn't work.
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Mike Grimala 20h
Important day for UNLV basketball. Jalen Hill is one of the Rebels' top targets in 2019
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Mike Grimala Sep 17
Rebels playing strong defense as they chase best start in a decade
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Mike Grimala Sep 16
When have fans or media EVER criticized a coach for going for it on 4th-and-short in the opponent's territory? Why do announcers insist on framing that as a risky PR decision?
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Mike Grimala Sep 16
Not throwing every pass to Jalen Richard seems to be working better than throwing every pass to Jalen Richard. Smart adjustment by Derek Carr
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Mike Grimala Sep 16
NFL: Institutes a new, high-profile roughing the passer rule in the offseason. NFL PLAYER: Commits the exact textbook example of that penalty. REF: Calls the penalty. ANNOUNCERS AND FANS: How is that a penalty???
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Mike Grimala Sep 16
UNLV quarterback Armani Rogers set a couple school records in the Rebels' win over Prairie View last night
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Mike Grimala Sep 15
Armani Rogers enjoys record-breaking night in win over Prairie View A&M
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Mike Grimala Sep 15
Final score: UNLV 46, Prairie View A&M 17. Armani Rogers accounts for five touchdowns (four rushing, one passing), but the less said about this game, the better. Rebels are now 2-1 heading into a key matchup at Arkansas State next week.
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Mike Grimala Sep 15
Armani Rogers just flattens a Prairie View defender and plows into the end zone for his fourth rushing touchdown of the night. Rebels now lead 44-17 with 4:15 remaining. First time in UNLV history a QB has run for four TD's in a single game.
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Mike Grimala Sep 15
But wait! Prairie View goes offsides on the punt, giving UNLV a 4th-and-1 from the Rebels' 37. Sanchez goes for it, and Armani Rogers picks up the first down with a QB sneak. What is going on with this game?
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Mike Grimala Sep 15
UNLV's four possessions in the third quarter: Missed FG Interception Blocked FG 3-and-out
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Mike Grimala Sep 15
UNLV should not play special teams. Rebels get a field goal blocked, and Prairie View capitalizes on the short field, scoring another TD to trim UNLV's lead to 34-14. Still 1:44 left in the third quarter...
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Mike Grimala Sep 15
Armani Rogers is intercepted for the first time this season. Tried to force a comeback to Tyleek Collins, but the window was never open. Rebels still lead 34-0 with 6:22 left in the third quarter
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Mike Grimala Sep 15
Armani Rogers runs in his third touchdown of the game and UNLV leads Prairie View 34-0 with 51 seconds left in the first half. Rogers has also thrown a touchdown pass.
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Mike Grimala Sep 15
Coming out of the quarter break, a ref had to run in and hold up play because a promotional pickup truck was still parked in the end zone
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Mike Grimala Sep 15
Replying to @jerrysp702
Ask it every week, I have a feeling it will be relevant every week...
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Mike Grimala Sep 15
Forget about that special teams advantage. Rebels muff a punt and Prairie View recovers in UNLV territory. UNLV still leads 20-0 at the end of the first quarter.
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Mike Grimala Sep 15
Armani Rogers runs it in and UNLV leads 20-0 late in the first quarter. If Lexington Thomas wants to gain ground on the school rushing record, he better break a long one soon.
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