Wyoming vs. UNLV Live Stream – Watch Online

    Wyoming vs. UNLV live stream. Watch the matchup online via Campus Insiders this Saturday at 3:00 p.m. ET.

    November 10, 2016

    Wyoming vs. UNLV live stream. Watch the matchup online via Campus Insiders this Saturday at 3:00 p.m. ET.

    Wyoming comes into this game at 7-2 and is riding a five-game winning streak. The Cowboys’ matchup last weekend with Utah State ended in a 52-28 victory for Craig Bohl’s team.

    As for UNLV, it enters this game at 3-6. The Rebels are coming off of a bye week, but their last two games have ended in losses, including their 30-24 loss to San Jose State.

    This game between the Cowboys and Rebels will be broadcast live on the internet on Campus Insiders. Below is information on how to watch the contest via live stream, as well as game notes for both teams. Here is a preview for the Wyoming-UNLV game.

    Wyoming vs. UNLV Live Stream, Broadcast Info

    • Venue: Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada
    • Date: Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016
    • Kickoff Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
    • Wyoming vs. UNLV Live Stream: Campus Insiders

    Wyoming Game Notes

    • Wyoming is one of only 12 teams nationally to be undefeated in conference play this season.
    • The Cowboys’ 5-0 start in Mountain West Conference play is their best conference start since joining the MW in 1999. UW’s previous best start through five games was in 1998 when the Pokes began conference play 5-0 in the Western Athletic Conference. UW’s best Mountain West start prior to this season was 4-1 in 2011.
    • Wyoming’s 7-2 start this season is its best start since the 1998 season when the Cowboys began
      the season 8-1. The Cowboys are tied for the 12th best overall winning percentage in the nation this

    UNLV Game Notes

    • The Rebels have had four different players post at least one 100-yard rushing game this season: Lexington Thomas (four times), Charles Williams (two times) and quarterbacks Johnny Stanton and Dalton Sneed each did it once.(118.0/ gm).
    • Junior Devonte Boyd needs 13 receiving yards to move past Henry Bailey (2,515 yards) into fifth place on UNLV’s career list.
    • Senior linebacker Tau Lotulelei leads the Mountain West and is tied for 12th in the nation with 13 tackles for loss.

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