RENO, Nev. (AP) Cody Fajardo threw for 303 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score to lead Nevada to a 28-19 win over Southern Utah in the season opener Saturday.
The only FBS player with over 7,000 passing yards and 2,000 rushing yards, Fajardo finished with 371 yards, giving him 9,968 total career yards. He completed 30 of 41 passes and ran for 68 yards.
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Another college football offseason day, another new helmet. This time, it’s the Nevada Wolf Pack showing off a fresh lid. The school unveiled the new look, brought to you by Chris Murray of the Reno Gazette-Journal, which features a blue logo on a white background, as opposed to the old gray logo. They also removed a stripe that was down the center of the helmet. It’s certainly...
In year one of his tenure, Nevada Wolf Pack coach Brian Polian made a
point to get the Northern Nevada community behind the football program.
Now in his second year, Polian is continuing that trend with two open
to the public practices at local high schools.
Joel Bitonio OT Nevada #70
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Comments: Bitonio doesn’t have the elite measurables, but he does everything necessary to make up for his modest size and physical tolls. He’s an impressive athlete, which could...
The Nevada Wolf Pack men's basketball team battled back from a brutal
out of conference schedule to finish 3rd in the Mountain West
Conference. They were rewarded with the 3 seed and a first round bye in
the conference tournament but went out with a whimper in a 75-62 loss
to 6th seeded Boise St. Reporters Leo Beas and Eric Uribe sat
down after the game to give us their thoughts.
When you think of flashy college football helmets, those worn by Nevada probably don’t come to mind right away. But after today they just might — check out the new ‘Battle Born’ chrome helmets that were unveiled vs. UNLV:
Battle Born Helmets, #EST1874 pic.twitter.com/tHFVJyVz4w
— Nevada Wolf Pack (@NevadaWolfPack) October 26, 2013
Check out these lids for @NevadaWolfPack...
The Nevada Wolf Pack unveiled chrome "Battle Born" football helmets for the UNLV game to honor the state of Nevada.
The Nevada football team unveiled its 2013 uniforms to the public on August 2 at the inaugural Football 101 for Women event hosted by Brian and Laura Polian.
The event, which featured informative talks by members of the Wolf Pack coaching staff and football clinics for the attendees, also included a fashion show by the players, showing the new uniforms.
The Wolf Pack now...
The Nevada Wolfpack unveiled their new helmets for next year about two weeks ago and now they have released their jerseys for next season. These jerseys are very solid and the font they have for the numbers is perfect. I must say I’m quite surprised that so many teams have re-done their uniforms so well this offseason, normally there are far more terrible uniform creations...
Winter is coming … to Reno.
The Nevada Wolf Pack have released a new white helmet with a silver wolf logo, according to Reno Gazette-Journal reporter Chris Murray. The new helmet looks similar to the colors and sigil of House Stark from the popular HBO drama Game of Thrones.
In the Game of Thrones universe, House Stark is the traditional guardian of the North, a vast region...
The Nevada Wolfpack unveiled their three new helmets back in January, but it was announced at the Mountain West Conference Media Days (they have those?) that the white helmet would be their new primary helmet. Personally, I love all three of their helmets, but I think that the blue should have stayed as the primary. The silver and white helmets are great alternates, but the classic...
With just five weeks until the start of the college football season, schools are starting to unveil what their student athletes will be wearing on the gridiron this fall. Nevada is the latest to do so, unveiling the helmet the Wolf Pack will be donning in 2013.
The 2013 @NevadaFootball helmet. #MWFB pic.twitter.com/G9lYVa1q9s
— Nevada Wolf Pack (@NevadaWolfPack) July 22, 2013...
Chris Ault, head football coach of the Nevada Wolfpack, is retiring after 28 seasons as the team’s head coach. Not only will he go down as one of the greats to ever roam the sidelines of college football, but he is also credited as being the inventor of the Pistol Offense.
Ault is stepping down after nearly three decades leading the Wolfpack, accumulating a record of 233-109-1...
Seen here is Nevada cornerback Duke Williams laying some serious wood to Texas State running back Marcus Curry during Nevada's 34-21 victory on Saturday. Curry is going to feel that one tomorrow. Ouch.
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Nevada (7-5) vs Southern Miss (11-2) I'm not sure exactly what to expect from this game, except that Larry Fedora believes that Southern Miss should be playing in a BCS game (obviously). Fedora made the statement when a reporter asked him one of the dumbest questions I've heard asked of a head coach after knocking off one of the top dogs, Houston. It went something like this...