College Football Lines on Over 130 Teams

4-0 In Baseball Friday Night, and Saturday Kelso has a 4-team parlay on his Chairman's Club. Plus the NBA Playoff Start Saturday.  Sign up today and get all Kelso's Playoff Picks through the NBA Finals in June.
2/3/2014 - Advanced Handicapping2/1/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/30/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/24/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/14/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/7/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/6/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/3/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/2/2014 - Advanced Handicapping12/20/2013 - Advanced Handicapping12/13/2013 - Advanced Handicapping12/12/2013 - Advanced Handicapping12/6/2013 - Advanced Handicapping12/3/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/26/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/22/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/21/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/18/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/15/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/11/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/8/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/7/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/31/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/24/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/18/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/15/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/11/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/10/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/7/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/4/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/3/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/30/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/27/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/26/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/23/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/20/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/18/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/16/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/13/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/11/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/9/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/6/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/4/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/2/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/30/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/28/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/26/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/21/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/19/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/16/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/14/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/12/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/9/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/8/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/5/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/2/2013 - Advanced Handicapping2/2/2013 - Advanced Handicapping1/31/2013 - Advanced Handicapping1/25/2013 - Advanced Handicapping1/12/2013 - Advanced Handicapping1/11/2013 - Advanced Handicapping1/5/2013 - Advanced Handicapping12/28/2012 - Advanced Handicapping12/7/2012 - Advanced Handicapping11/30/2012 - Advanced Handicapping11/16/2012 - Advanced Handicapping11/9/2012 - Advanced Handicapping11/3/2012 - Advanced Handicapping11/1/2012 - Advanced Handicapping10/25/2012 - Advanced Handicapping10/19/2012 - Advanced Handicapping10/13/2012 - Advanced Handicapping10/12/2012 - Advanced Handicapping10/5/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/29/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/28/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/22/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/21/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/13/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/7/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/7/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/5/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/1/2012 - Advanced Handicapping8/29/2012 - Advanced Handicapping4/20/2012 - Advanced Handicapping4/17/2012 - Advanced Handicapping3/30/2012 - Advanced Handicapping3/16/2012 - Advanced Handicapping3/13/2012 - Advanced Handicapping3/10/2012 - Advanced Handicapping3/9/2012 - Advanced Handicapping2/18/2012 - Advanced Handicapping2/17/2012 - Advanced Handicapping2/10/2012 - Advanced Handicapping2/3/2012 - Advanced Handicapping1/27/2012 - Advanced Handicapping1/20/2012 - Advanced Handicapping1/13/2012 - Advanced Handicapping1/6/2012 - Advanced Handicapping1/5/2012 - Advanced Handicapping12/22/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/18/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/17/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/15/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/11/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/9/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/7/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/4/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/2/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/30/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/25/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/23/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/20/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/18/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/16/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/13/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/12/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/6/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/5/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/4/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/31/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/30/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/29/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/27/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/23/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/21/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/20/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/19/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/16/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/15/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/14/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/11/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/9/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/8/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/7/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/6/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/2/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/1/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/30/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/28/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/25/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/23/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/22/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/21/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/16/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/15/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/12/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/9/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/8/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/6/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/2/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/31/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/29/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/26/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/25/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/24/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/22/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/19/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/18/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/17/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/16/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/12/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/11/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/9/2011 - Advanced Handicapping7/3/2011 - Advanced Handicapping7/1/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/26/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/24/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/19/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/17/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/12/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/11/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/5/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/3/2011 - Advanced Handicapping5/28/2011 - Advanced Handicapping5/27/2011 - Advanced Handicapping5/22/2011 - Handicapping 1015/21/2011 - Handicapping 1015/20/2011 - Handicapping 1015/15/2011 - Handicapping 1015/14/2011 - Handicapping 1015/13/2011 - Handicapping 1015/8/2011 - Handicapping 1015/7/2011 - Handicapping 1015/6/2011 - Handicapping 1015/1/2011 - Handicapping 1014/30/2011 - Handicapping 1014/29/2011 - Handicapping 1014/24/2011 - Handicapping 1014/23/2011 - Handicapping 1014/22/2011 - Handicapping 1014/17/2011 - Handicapping 1014/16/2011 - Handicapping 1014/15/2011 - Handicapping 1014/11/2011 - Handicapping 1014/10/2011 - Handicapping 1014/9/2011 - Handicapping 1014/8/2011 - Handicapping 1014/3/2011 - Handicapping 1014/2/2011 - Handicapping 1014/1/2011 - Handicapping 1013/27/2011 - Handicapping 1013/26/2011 - Handicapping 1013/25/2011 - Handicapping 1013/20/2011 - Handicapping 1013/19/2011 - Handicapping 1013/18/2011 - Handicapping 1013/13/2011 - Handicapping 1013/12/2011 - Handicapping 1013/11/2011 - Handicapping 1013/6/2011 - Handicapping 1013/5/2011 - Handicapping 1013/4/2011 - Handicapping 1012/27/2011 - Handicapping 1012/26/2011 - Handicapping 1012/25/2011 - Handicapping 1012/18/2011 - Handicapping 1012/14/2011 - Handicapping 1012/13/2011 - Handicapping 1012/12/2011 - Handicapping 1012/6/2011 - Handicapping 1012/5/2011 - Handicapping 1012/4/2011 - Handicapping 1011/30/2011 - Handicapping 1011/29/2011 - Handicapping 1011/28/2011 - Handicapping 1011/23/2011 - Handicapping 1011/21/2011 - Handicapping 1011/20/2011 - Handicapping 1011/15/2011 - Handicapping 1011/14/2011 - Handicapping 1011/8/2011 - Handicapping 1011/7/2011 - Handicapping 1011/6/2011 - Handicapping 1011/2/2011 - Handicapping 101 - NFL12/31/2010 - Handicapping 10112/30/2010 - Handicapping 10112/26/2010 - Handicapping 101 - NFL12/24/2010 - Handicapping 10112/23/2010 - Handicapping 10112/18/2010 - Handicapping 101 - NFL12/17/2010 - Handicapping 10112/16/2010 - Handicapping 10112/13/2010 - Handicapping 101 - Bowls12/12/2010 - Handicapping 101 - NFL12/10/2010 - Handicapping 10112/9/2010 - Handicapping 101 - NBA12/5/2010 - Handicapping 101 - NFL12/3/2010 - Handicapping 10112/2/2010 - Handicapping 10111/28/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10111/26/2010 - Handicapping 10111/24/2010 - Handicapping 10111/21/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10111/19/2010 - Handicapping 10111/18/2010 - Handicapping 10111/14/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10111/12/2010 - Handicapping 10111/11/2010 - Handicapping 10111/7/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10111/5/2010 - Handicapping 10111/4/2010 - Handicapping 10110/30/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10110/29/2010 - Handicapping 10110/28/2010 - Handicapping 10110/22/2010 - Handicapping 10110/21/2010 - Handicapping 10110/16/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10110/15/2010 - Handicapping 10110/14/2010 - Handicapping 10110/8/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10110/7/2010 - Handicapping 10110/6/2010 - Handicapping 10110/1/2010 - Handicapping 1019/30/2010 - Handicapping 1019/22/2010 - Handicapping 101

 701 NETS
 702 RAPTORS
4/19/2014 12:30 PM(et)
+2½
-2½
196 
+3½
-3½
192½ 
+3½
-3½
193 
+3½
-3½
193½ 
+3½
-3½
192½ 
+3½
-3½
192½ 
 703 GRIZZLIES
 704 THUNDER
4/19/2014 9:30 PM(et)
+7
-7
191 
+7½
-7½
190 
+7½
-7½
190 
+7½
-7½
192½ 
+7½
-7½
190 
+7½
-7½
190 
 705 HAWKS
 706 PACERS
4/19/2014 7:00 PM(et)
+7½
-7½
187 
+8
-8
185½ 
+8
-8
186 
+8
-8
186½ 
+8
-8
185½ 
+8
-8
185½ 
 707 WARRIORS
 708 CLIPPERS
4/19/2014 3:30 PM(et)
+6½
-6½
212 
+7
-7
210½ 
+7
-7
212 
+7
-7
211½ 
+7½
-7½
211 
+7
-7
211½ 
 709 MAVERICKS
 710 SPURS
4/20/2014 1:00 PM(et)
+8½
-8½
205 
+9½
-9½
205½ 
+9½
-9½
206 
+9
-9
206½ 
+9½
-9½
205½ 
+9½
-9½
205½ 
 711 BOBCATS
 712 HEAT
4/20/2014 3:30 PM(et)
+10½
-10½
189 
+9½
-9½
188½ 
+10
-10
188 
+9½
-9½
189½ 
+9½
-9½
188 
+9½
-9½
188½ 
 713 WIZARDS
 714 BULLS
4/20/2014 7:00 PM(et)
+5
-5
182 
+4½
-4½
180½ 
+4½
-4½
181 
+4½
-4½
181½ 
+4½
-4½
180½ 
+4½
-4½
180½ 
 715 BLAZERS
 716 ROCKETS
4/20/2014 9:30 PM(et)
+5½
-5½
216 
+5
-5
214½ 
+5
-5
214 
+5½
-5½
214½ 
+5
-5
214½ 
+5
-5
214½ 
 901 BRAVES
 902 METS
4/20/2014 1:10 PM(et)
-110
+110
7½o 
 
 
 
 
 
 903 CARDINALS
 904 NATIONALS
4/20/2014 1:35 PM(et)
+140
-140
7½u 
 
 
 
 
 
 905 BREWERS
 906 PIRATES
4/20/2014 1:35 PM(et)
+120
-120
7½u 
 
 
 
 
 
 907 REDS
 908 CUBS
4/20/2014 2:20 PM(et)
+105
-105
off 
 
 
 
 
 
 909 PHILLIES
 910 ROCKIES
4/20/2014 4:10 PM(et)
+160
-160
8p 
 
 
 
 
 
 911 DIAMONDBACKS
 912 DODGERS
4/20/2014 4:10 PM(et)
+150
-150
8p 
 
 
 
 
 
 913 GIANTS
 914 PADRES
4/20/2014 4:10 PM(et)
+105
-105
7½p 
 
 
 
 
 
 915 ANGELS
 916 TIGERS
4/20/2014 1:08 PM(et)
+140
-140
9p 
 
 
 
 
 
 917 BLUEJAYS
 918 INDIANS
4/20/2014 1:05 PM(et)
-110
+110
8½p 
 
 
 
 
 
 919 YANKEES
 920 RAYS
4/20/2014 1:40 PM(et)
+120
-120
8½p 
 
 
 
 
 
 921 TWINS
 922 ROYALS
4/20/2014 2:10 PM(et)
+200
-200
8p 
 
 
 
 
 
 923 WHITESOX
 924 RANGERS
4/20/2014 3:05 PM(et)
+175
-175
9½p 
 
 
 
 
 
 925 ASTROS
 926 ATHLETICS
4/20/2014 4:05 PM(et)
+210
-210
8p 
 
 
 
 
 
 927 ORIOLES
 928 REDSOX
4/20/2014 7:05 PM(et)
+155
-155
9o 
 
 
 
 
 
 929 MARINERS
 930 MARLINS
4/20/2014 1:10 PM(et)
+105
-105
8½u 
 
 
 
 
 
 951 CARDINALS
 952 NATIONALS
4/19/2014 1:05 PM(et)
+120
-120
7½p 
+110
-120
7u 
+104
-114
7p 
even
-120
7u 
+110
-120
7u 
+110
-130
7u 
 953 REDS
 954 CUBS
4/19/2014 2:20 PM(et)
-140
+140
off 
-145
+135
7½u 
-152
+137
7½u 
-155
+135
7½u 
-147
+132
7½u 
-150
+130
7u 
 955 BREWERS
 956 PIRATES
4/19/2014 7:05 PM(et)
-120
+120
7½p 
-104
-106
7o 
-110
even
7½u 
-110
-110
7½u 
-105
-105
7o 
-105
-115
7o 
 957 BRAVES
 958 METS
4/19/2014 7:10 PM(et)
-125
+125
7½u 
-124
+114
7u 
-132
+122
7u 
-130
+110
7u 
-127
+117
7u 
-135
+115
7u 
 959 PHILLIES
 960 ROCKIES
4/19/2014 8:10 PM(et)
+140
-140
10p 
+127
-137
10½u 
+129
-139
10½u 
+130
-150
10½u 
+130
-140
10½u 
+130
-150
10½u 
 961 DIAMONDBACKS
 962 DODGERS
4/19/2014 8:10 PM(et)
+200
-200
8u 
+167
-177
7o 
+170
-190
7o 
+170
-200
7½u 
+159
-182
7o 
+170
-200
7o 
 963 GIANTS
 964 PADRES
4/19/2014 8:40 PM(et)
-120
+120
6½o 
-123
+113
6½o 
-123
+113
6½o 
-135
+115
6½o 
-120
+110
6½o 
-120
even
7u 
 965 BLUEJAYS
 966 INDIANS
4/19/2014 1:05 PM(et)
+105
-105
8½u 
+109
-119
7½u 
+106
-116
7½u 
-105
-115
7½u 
+107
-117
7½u 
even
-120
7½u 
 967 ANGELS
 968 TIGERS
4/19/2014 1:08 PM(et)
+140
-140
7½o 
+145
-155
7½u 
+148
-163
7½u 
+140
-160
7½p 
+145
-160
7½u 
+145
-170
7½u 
 969 ORIOLES
 970 REDSOX
4/19/2014 1:35 PM(et)
+120
-120
9p 
+132
-142
9p 
+135
-150
9o 
+130
-150
9p 
+126
-141
9p 
+130
-150
9p 
 971 TWINS
 972 ROYALS
4/19/2014 2:10 PM(et)
+130
-130
8½p 
+130
-140
8½o 
+132
-142
8½o 
+125
-145
8½p 
+133
-143
8½o 
+135
-160
9u 
 973 ASTROS
 974 ATHLETICS
4/19/2014 4:05 PM(et)
+200
-200
7o 
+190
-210
7½u 
+200
-230
7½p 
+190
-230
7o 
+190
-210
7½u 
+190
-235
7½u 
 975 YANKEES
 976 RAYS
4/19/2014 7:10 PM(et)
+130
-130
7½p 
+126
-136
7½p 
+128
-138
7½u 
+125
-145
7½u 
+128
-138
7½p 
+125
-145
7½u 
 977 WHITESOX
 978 RANGERS
4/19/2014 8:05 PM(et)
+105
-105
9½p 
+112
-122
9u 
+112
-122
9u 
+110
-130
9u 
+110
-120
9u 
+110
-130
9u 
 979 MARINERS
 980 MARLINS
4/19/2014 7:10 PM(et)
-120
+120
8u 
-106
-104
7½o 
-112
+102
7½o 
-110
-110
7½o 
-108
-102
7½o 
-115
-105
8u 

No National Football League games scheduled.

No College FootballI-A games scheduled.

No College Basketball games scheduled.

OpeningCurrent Lines around Las Vegas
Click Here to get Your Free Football Forecast Newsletter

With well over 130 college teams in NCAA Division 1 Football, even a small thing happening at one of those schools can impact college football lines, sometimes in a big way. Kelso's college football news keeps you abreast of everything that's happening in NCAA Division 1 football and in every other sports and division for that matter.

Whether it's a new head coach or a retiring offensive coach / defensive coach. Or a key player on suspension for an infraction or a even a car accident. You need to be among the first to know... You want to get in before the college football lines change as a result... If you're the last to know, you definitely pay the price. KelsoSportsHandicapping.com keeps you a step ahead.

Enroll for a free membership today! And don't forget to sign up for our free picks.

Rebels seek upset of 12th-ranked Horned Frogs

Las Vegas, NV (Sports Network) - One of three programs in the Mountain West Conference currently ranked in the top-20, the 12th-ranked TCU Horned Frogs try to hold on to first place in the league standings as they encounter the UNLV Rebels at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

TCU, which leads the conference with a perfect 5-0 mark, has been a model of consistency in 2008, except for the lopsided loss to nationally-ranked Oklahoma (35-10) on the road during the last week of September. Since then, the Frogs have posted four straight wins, including a dominating 54-7 triumph over a woeful Wyoming squad last Saturday. Again, except for the defeat in Norman, TCU has held all but one opponent (Stanford) to a touchdown or less this season.

As for the Rebels, they gave one of those other ranked MWC programs a run for their money last week when they bowed to BYU in a 42-35 final on the road in Provo. The loss was the fourth in a row for a UNLV squad that had begun the season with three wins in four tries to give the players and fans some hope for the future. This game is the first of three straight at home for the Rebels, who have New Mexico and Wyoming coming into Vegas, with a road date versus San Diego State set to close out the regular season for a UNLV squad that has already exceeded its win total from each of the last three campaigns.

Last year, TCU posted a 34-10 win in Fort Worth over the Rebels, marking the team's fifth win in six tries against the Sin City dwellers.

Jimmy Young caught a mere five passes last Saturday, yet the Wyoming defense made him look like a superstar with an incredible 226 yards and three touchdowns, setting a new school record for receiving yards in a single game. "It feels great," Young said after his record-setting performance, "but it is something that I'm going to have to forget about for the next couple of weeks and wait until the season is over, because now my focus has to be on UNLV."

Young was fed by quarterback Andy Dalton who completed just 16 passes, but still came away with an incredible 334 yards and four touchdowns. Dalton also added one of the team's two rushing touchdowns on the way to posting a pass efficiency rating of an unbelievable 260.3.

TCU is far from a passing team, averaging just 188.2 ypg through the air, yet Dalton made sure that he sent enough of a message to the rest of the MWC that he does have the potential to break out once in a while. Thanks to the team's effort against Wyoming and their 67 points versus Stephen F. Austin early in the season, the Frogs are currently second in the conference and 20th in the nation in scoring with 35.8 ppg.

The nation's leading run defense, now giving up 31.2 ypg, was victimized by a Wyoming team that simply could not compete with the Horned Frogs. Devin Moore pounded away for a game-high 114 yards and a touchdown, the first time an opposing runner has come away with 100 yards rushing against the Frogs this season. Even though Moore managed to find some holes in the defense, TCU was still tough overall with just 221 yards allowed. Jason Phillips, the MWC Preseason Defensive Player of the Year, accounted for a game-high 11 tackles, making all but one of those by himself.

Robert Henson, who finished with two tackles for loss and a sack, was impressed with the running of Moore. "In my opinion, Devin Moore is the best running back that we have faced all year. He made us go back to the basics of tackling, which is break down and wait on him to make a move and go for him then."

Phillips and Henson current rank first and second on the team in total tackles with 55 and 53, respectively, but when it comes to huge hits the team turns to Jerry Hughes. Through nine games Hughes, who has team highs with three fumble recoveries and four forced, has an incredible 15 TFLs and 12 sacks, the latter ranking him third in the nation. As a team, the Horned Frogs are above all others with an incredible 3.89 sacks per game and are fourth in the country with 8.56 TFLs per outing.

Frank Summers and Mike Clausen both scored a pair of rushing touchdowns for the Rebels last Saturday and against almost any other team that effort would have been more than enough to get the Rebels into the win column, but against BYU it was a different story. Quarterback Omar Clayton completed 26-of-40 passes for 321 yards and a TD as well, while Ryan Wolfe put on a show with 10 catches for 136 yards and a score in the setback.

One of the nation's top receivers, Wolfe has collected 59 passes thus far for 712 yards and four touchdowns, but when it comes to scoring via the pass, no one on the Rebels does it better than Phillip Payne who has taken seven of his 27 grabs this year into the end zone, averaging 15.4 yards per catch along the way. Clayton has emerged as a try find for head coach Mike Sanford, having thrown an impressive 17 touchdowns, but only three interceptions. Complementing Clayton is Summers who has rumbled his way for 615 of the team's 1,098 yards and seven of their 12TDs on the ground.

Part of the problem for the Rebels last week was that the defense failed to force any turnovers, that and the fact that BYU was averaging almost seven yards per play in Provo. In front of another sellout crowd at Edwards Stadium, the Cougars were allowed to generate not only 245 yards and four touchdowns passing, but also a season-high 209 yards on the ground as well. Jason Beauchamp led the Rebels with 12 tackles and Heivaha Mafi recorded the lone sack of the game for the visitors.

As good as the UNLV offense can be at times, the fact remains that the defense is holding the squad from being successful. The defense on the front line has been beaten and bruised by opposing running backs who have generated 229.1 ypg, which means the squad is eighth in the conference and 114th in the nation in that department this week. The pass defense is decent in terms of yards allowed (211.5 ypg), but when it comes to pass efficiency defense, this group ranks last in the MWC and is 116th in the country with a mark of 166.61. Perhaps if UNLV were better at getting to the quarterback (1.25 sacks per game) then there wouldn't be as much of an issue for the secondary.

10/29/2008 10:58:35 AM