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Nevada at UNLV

September 27, 2008
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Premium Pick
4 units on Nevada +4 (-110) (risk 4 to return 4)
Result:
WIN

The annual battle for the Freemont Cannon takes center stage in Vegas here. When you look at the Nevada defensive numbers they look scarily bad. They rank #107 in the country, having given up 434 yards per game. Then when you consider they have played the top offense in the country (Missouri) and the #3 offense in the country (Texas Tech), it doesn't look nearly as bad, especially when you consider those teams average nearly 600 per game each! Then throw in the fact that even against that type of competition they are ranked 11th in the country offensively. What is the result? A hidden live dog! UNLV has generated no pass rush at all, as they have just four sacks in as many games, ranking them 98th in the country. They also have done poorly in generating tackles for a loss, ranking just 108th in that category. Under Mike Sanford, UNLV is 1-8 ATS vs. WAC opponents. Nevada has owned this game of late winning the last three, and I don't see that changing this year. 

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Nevada Wolf Pack
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UNLV Rebels
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27
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