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Saturday 10/19/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore



UNLV (4 - 2) at FRESNO ST (5 - 0)
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Week 8 Saturday, 10/19/2013 10:00 PM
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396FRESNO ST-21-25
UNLV - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-2+23-34-133.315.2447.2(5.6)1.336.022.3424.8(5.7)1.5
Road Games1-101-12-039.524.0493.5(6.3)1.546.525.5450.5(6.8)1.5
Last 3 Games3-0+32-12-144.321.7523.7(6.1)0.728.717.3457.7(6.2)1.7
Turf Games4-2+23-34-133.315.2447.2(5.6)1.336.022.3424.8(5.7)1.5
Conference Games2-0+21-12-047.524.0573.5(6.2)1.039.526.0517.5(7.1)1.5
UNLV - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)33.315.223.529:1142-200(4.7)24-3764.1%247(6.7)79-447(5.6)(13.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.30.115.321.231:3842-188(4.5)19-3063.3%230(7.8)72-418(5.8)(13.9)
Offense Road Games39.524.023.029:3635-220(6.2)30-4370.9%273(6.3)78-493(6.3)(12.5)
Defense (All Games)36.022.320.830:2144-259(5.9)14-3145.1%166(5.4)75-425(5.7)(11.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.712.418.730:4141-196(4.8)14-2750.4%169(6.2)68-365(5.4)(14.2)
Defense Road Games46.525.519.530:2348-359(7.4)7-1841.7%91(5.1)66-450(6.8)(9.7)

FRESNO ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-0+31-44-147.429.4541.4(6)2.433.48.4445.2(5.4)2.4
Home Games3-0+20-32-144.726.3481.0(5.7)1.338.713.0506.7(6.1)1.7
Last 3 Games3-0+21-23-048.030.7595.3(6.4)2.730.37.3422.3(4.8)3.0
Turf Games4-0+30-43-144.025.0493.2(5.7)
Conference Games2-0+20-22-041.522.5526.0(6)2.538.511.0496.0(5.5)2.0
FRESNO ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)47.429.430.629:2736-165(4.5)37-5369.9%377(7.1)90-541(6)(11.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.33.419.423.231:3040-164(4.1)24-3863.8%288(7.6)78-451(5.8)(13.5)
Offense Home Games44.726.327.727:4829-102(3.5)38-5668.5%379(6.8)85-481(5.7)(10.8)
Defense (All Games)33.48.422.029:2842-144(3.4)23-4057.2%301(7.5)83-445(5.4)(13.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.27.212.620.429:2041-152(3.7)20-3458.3%248(7.3)75-400(5.3)(14.7)
Defense Home Games38.713.023.332:1245-189(4.2)25-3864.3%318(8.3)83-507(6.1)(13.1)
Average power rating of opponents played: UNLV 22,  FRESNO ST 22.4
UNLV - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/29/2013@ MINNESOTA23-51L13.5L52.5O34-19336-51-226238-22110-23-991
9/14/2013C MICHIGAN31-21W-7.5W52P41-12225-30-289132-11323-46-2652
9/21/2013W ILLINOIS38-7W-12.5W49U49-28414-22-140041-19713-33-1412
9/28/2013@ NEW MEXICO56-42W1W53.5O37-24825-35-320159-4975-13-842
10/19/2013@ FRESNO ST            
10/26/2013@ NEVADA            
11/2/2013SAN JOSE ST            
11/9/2013UTAH ST            

FRESNO ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013CAL POLY SLO41-25W-27L -40-16223-34-208149-17215-27-2441
9/20/2013BOISE ST41-40W-3.5L69.5O24-6239-60-460053-20033-47-3612
9/28/2013@ HAWAII42-37W-16.5L59O45-20633-47-324535-5424-46-3772
10/5/2013@ IDAHO61-14W-27.5W68O50-31238-51-422343-9817-40-1775
10/26/2013@ SAN DIEGO ST            
11/9/2013@ WYOMING            
UNLV: The Rebels won just two games for the third straight season, but five home losses came by eight points or less. The offense scored just 22.0 PPG (97th in FBS) on 368 YPG (90th in FBS) which is why Bobby Hauck brought in new OC Timm Rosenbach, who was Montana's OC last year. He'll implore QB Nick Sherry (2,544 pass yds, 16 TD, 17 INT) to make better decisions, and to trust experienced WRs Devante Davis (854 rec. yds, 4 TD) and Marcus Sullivan (659 rec. yds, 4 TD). The ground game is in great shape with RB Tim Cornett (1,232 rush yds, 7 TD) and Northwestern transfer RB Adonis Smith (462 rush yds, 4.3 YPC career) running behind a healthier offensive line. Tim Hauck, Bobby's younger brother, brings NFL experience as the new DC for the nation's 100th-ranked defense (445 YPG) that lost just one starter, stud LB John Lotulelei. DE Sonny Sanitoa (5 sacks, 28 tackles), DT Mark Garrick (9 TFL, 2 FF), LB Tani Maka (70 tackles, 2 sacks), LB Tim Hasson (76 tackles) and CB Sidney Hodge (60 tackles, 8 PD) comprise a strong nucleus.
FRESNO ST: The Bulldogs won the final five MWC games by an average of 47 to 21 before losing 43-10 by SMU in the Hawaii Bowl. The potent offense (478 YPG, 16th in FBS) will again be orchestrated by QB Derek Carr (4,014 pass yds, 37 TD, 7 INT), who is healthier after offseason hernia surgery. Sophomore WR Davante Adams (1,312 rec. yds, 14 TD) stretches the field, while WRs Isaiah Burse (851 rec. yds, 6 TD) and Josh Harper (333 rec. yds, 4 TD) work the middle. Robbie Rouse left with 4,647 rushing yards, but RBs Marteze Waller (4.2 YPC) and BYU transfer Josh Quezada (4.3 YPC, 6 TD career) are ample fill-ins. The new 3-4 defense amazed with 167 pass YPG (2nd in FBS) and 40 sacks (9th in FBS), and returns plenty, most notably NG Tyeler Davison (43 tackles), OLB Donavon Lewis (4 sacks) and FS Derron Smith (6 INT).
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*UNLV-Fresno St. Preview* =========================


UNLV (4-2) at Fresno State (5-0), 10:00 p.m. EDT

Derek Carr has helped lead Fresno State to its best start since his brother's days at the school.

To match that mark, he'll have to dissect a strong passing defense.

Carr and the 17th-ranked Bulldogs return home for the first time in nearly a month Saturday night seeking their 10th straight series win over UNLV.

Fresno State (5-0, 2-0 Mountain West) is 5-0 for the first time since David Carr led the program to a 6-0 mark in 2001. The younger Carr has been at the forefront this time, ranking second nationally in both passing yards per game (372.8) and touchdowns (19).

The Bulldogs' last game was a 61-14 win at Idaho on Oct. 5, and they haven't played at home since beating Boise State 41-40 on Sept. 20 for their ninth straight victory there.

Carr is three TD passes and 33 completions shy of Fresno State's career records after going 37 of 48 for 419 yards, five scores - all in the first half - and an interception versus Idaho. He's also 376 yards short of 10,000 for his career.

"I'm fired up to be that close," he said. "Hopefully, I'll have a chance to do those things. But again, my focus is to win. If we don't win, and I break a record, I promise it's going to be the worst day."

Receivers Davante Adams and Josh Harper have been his primary beneficiaries, both tied for fourth nationally with seven TD catches each.

The Bulldogs are averaging 47.4 points - fifth in the FBS - and 538.0 yards, which ranks seventh. They've won 10 straight regular-season games, scoring at least 41 points in each, to earn their highest ranking since they were No. 16 on Nov. 20, 2005.

In the wake of several Top-25 upsets, Fresno State moved up four spots from last week's poll despite being idle.

"My thought is: Let's take another couple of weekends off, and be in the top 10," coach Tim DeRuyter said. "To me, that's what it means."

"It's kind of fun to talk about right now but doesn't mean anything. I don't think (No.) 17 is a stop sign for our guys. We just have to get better every week and see how it goes."

Fresno State's prolific offense could be tested by a hot UNLV squad (4-2, 2-0) riding a four-game win streak after dropping its first two games by a combined 73 points.

The Rebels got a 44-yard field goal from Nolan Kohorst as time expired for a 39-37 home victory over Hawaii last Saturday. The senior's first career game-winning field goal capped a 12-play, 51-yard drive after the team surrendered 20 unanswered fourth-quarter points.

UNLV's narrow win came despite running a Mountain West-record 114 offensive plays.

"We had a lot of chances to make plays on both sides of the ball, and the kicking game ... and we didn't do it," coach Bobby Hauck told the team's website. "The one thing we do take from the game is we're a united football team and we know how to win games."

The Rebels allowed a season-high 325 passing yards, though it came on 48 attempts. They rank fourth and eighth in the country, respectively, limiting opponents to 45.1 percent passing and 165.8 yards per game.

Quarterback Caleb Herring's 183 passes without an interception, dating to last year, tied the conference record until he was picked off on the first half's final play.

Fresno State leads the all-time series 11-4, though this is the first meeting since a 46-28 Bulldogs win on Oct. 25, 1997.

UNLV is winless in the series since a 27-13 victory in 1984.

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