UNLV Rebels football

UNLV Rebels Football

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The UNLV Rebels football program is a college football team that represents the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (commonly known as "UNLV"). The team is currently a member of the Mountain West Conference, which is a Division I Bowl Subdivision (formerly Division I-A) of the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA). The program which began in 1968, is coached by former Eddie Robinson Award finalist Bobby Hauck. The team's home games are played at Sam Boyd Stadium in Whitney, Nevada.


The early years

In 1967, Nevada Southern University announced that they would field a collegiate football program beginning in 1968 and announced that the team would be a Division II Independent and that Bill Ireland would be the program's first head coach. The Rebels played their first game of their inaugural season on September 14, 1968 against the St. Mary's Gaels at Cashman Field in Las Vegas. The Rebels won the game, defeating the Gaels 27–20 in front of 8,000 fans. The Rebels remained undefeated until the last game of the season, losing to Cal Lutheran Kingsmen, 17–13, as the Rebels finished their inaugural campaign 8-1. The following year the Rebels played their first game against in-state rival Nevada, losing to the Wolf Pack 30–28. UNLV gained revenge, defeating Nevada the following year, 42–30, in the first year that the Fremont Cannon was awarded. On September 25, 1971, the Rebels played their first game...
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