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2022 review: The year in Wolf Pack sports

The year featured a long losing streak, some new faces, and a basketball resurgence

Signing day: Pack adds Manogue star, LB LaDuke

Ken Wilson's second recruiting class features a more traditional mix of high school players, transfers

Nevada-UNLV football telecast picked up by NSN

Reno-based Nevada Sports Net will broadcast the Nevada-UNLV football game on Saturday night.

Dust Devils ride ‘Dayton mindset’ to 3A North volleyball title

The Dust Devils won both their matches Saturday to claim the 3A championship, opening the day with a three-set win over Elko before edging Spring Creek in five sets.

Raiders’ history-making president speaks at Nevada Day event

Morgan, the first black woman to be named president of an NFL franchise, was the featured speaker at the WIN “Nevada Day Celebration” breakfast at the Atlantis in Reno.

Wolf Pack third in ESPN’s ‘Bottom 10’ rankings

Nevada (2-6 overall) trails only Charlotte (1-7) and Akron (1-6) in the latest Bottom 10 list, released Wednesday.

Pack DB Bentlee Sanders named midseason All-American

Sanders is one of three FBS-level players with five interceptions on the season. Former Wolf Pack linebacker Daiyan Henley (Washington State) also made the mid-season team.

Keys to victory: ‘It was huge’ — Senators’ defense the difference in 12-11 win

As with any one-point game, a handful of plays turned out to make the difference in Carson’s thrilling 12-11 win over rival Douglas on Friday night. The Senators (2-7 overall, 1-5 in 5A North games) found themselves down, 8-0, early. A strong defensive effort over the final three quarters, though, turned out to be the difference.

Bowl quest: A look at Nevada’s remaining schedule

With its game Friday against visiting Colorado State, Nevada will have reached the halfway point of its 2022 football season.

The bowl quest: A look at Nevada’s remaining schedule

Here’s a look at the Wolf Pack’s remaining six regular-season games as it tries to extend its streak of bowl games to a Mountain West-best five.

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