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2-3, 1st in MWC - West
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Should bettors beware of Wolf Pack?

Nevada coach Brian Polian takes a passive approach to the rivalry with UNLV. Does that impact how you should bet on the Wolf Pack, who must win by seven to cover the spread? Harris: Best bets (Insider)

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New coach, new mindset

UNLV head coach Tony Sanchez didn't have to go far when he took the job in December. He was coaching at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas. See why Will Harris thinks he can flip the script on the UNLV-Nevada rivalry. Week 5 betting notes (Insider)

Wolf Pack cashes in a close win (2:28)

Bulls aren't done yet

Buffalo QB Joe Licata completes a 5-yard TD pass to Collin Lisa and the Bulls added on a two-point conversion to draw within three. They trail Nevada 24-21 late in the fourth quarter.


Nevada extends its lead

Don Jackson runs for a 10-yard TD to make it an 11-point lead for the Wolf Pack. Buffalo has the ball with 8:45 to play in the game.


Nevada running all over Buffalo

RB Don Jackson runs for 55-yard TD to put the Wolf Pack ahead of the Bulls 14-7. Nevada already has 157 rushing yards through 17 minutes of play.


91-yard dash but no TD?

Nevada RB James Butler was just a few strides short of getting a 97-yard TD run under his belt. Instead, he had to settle for two carries that got him the full 97 yards and the TD. It's all tied up 7-7 in Buffalo.


Buffalo draws first blood

Bulls QB Joe Licata completes this pass to Matt Weiser for a 41-yard touchdown to open the scoring in Buffalo. They lead Nevada 7-0 in the first quarter.

Watch: Nevada vs. Buffalo

Buffalo dispatched FAU last week, bouncing back after a tough loss to Penn State. Can the Bulls make it two-straight wins over a Nevada Wolf Pack squad which is coming off of two-straight losses? Live on ESPN3

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Nevada coach Brian Polian was pleased with the fight his team showed in its 44-27 loss to No. 17 Texas A&M on Saturday. "With nine minutes to go in the game we got it to a 14-point game and had a chance to make everybody in this building (Kyle Field) sweat," Polian said. He feels the games vs. the Aggies and Arizona will prepare the Wolfpack well for its Mountain West schedule, which starts in October.


Highlight: Texas A&M rolls Nevada 44-27

Kyle Allen throws four touchdowns in the win. Texas A&M is 16-0 as a ranked team against unranked teams under Kevin Sumlin.

No. 17 Aggies beat Wolf Pack (0:46)

Wolfpack cut the deficit on Texas A&M

Don Jackson took a swing pass from Tyler Stewart and dove up and over an Aggies defender for the score. Texas A&M leads 41-27 midway through the 4th quarter.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Nevada not going away. Brian Polian's crew cuts Texas A&M's lead to 41-27 with 9:33 remaining in the game. Tyler Stewart hit Don Jackson for a 6-yard TD pass. The Wolfpack are fighting and the offense is moving the ball well in the second half.

Team Stats

Passing Yards164.2109th
Rushing Yards196.640th
Points For23.0Tied-192nd
Points Against29.891st

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