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Montana named Bobby Hauck head coach.
Homecoming! Born in Missoula, Montana and a graduate of the University of Montana, Hauck went 80-17 with seven FCS playoff appearances during his seven-year run as the Grizzlies' coach between 2003-2009. He left for UNLV and had a disastrous run in Las Vegas, going 15-49. Over the past three seasons, he's been the associate head coach and special teams coordinator at San Diego State. Hauck was given a three-year contract. Sat, Dec 2, 2017 02:43:00 PM

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UNLV and Houston agreed to play a game on Sept. 20, 2014.

It's the 13th game on UNLV's schedule, a provision allowed for teams that play a road game in Hawaii. The Rebels were motivated to add another game to the schedule after they were slapped with a one-year bowl ban due to low APR scores. "We saw nothing but positives in adding a trip to Houston to the schedule," said athletic director Tina Kunzer-Murphy. "Taking the team to play in a high-profile city and their brand-new stadium, while also helping our budget, is something that was certainly appealing." The Rebels will rake in a $400,000 payday for the game scheduled for Houston. The Cougars canceled a game against Tennessee Tech to swing the matchup. "We have a big group from Texas, including four seniors, so getting to play in front of friends and family will be memorable," head coach Bobby Hauck said in a statement. "Texas is also one of our biggest recruiting areas."
Sat, May 31, 2014 12:02:00 AM

UNLV announced Wednesday that it has reached an agreement on a three-year contract extension with head coach Bobby Hauck.

Hauck entered this season sitting on one of the nation's hottest seats, but he has guided UNLV to six wins and bowl eligibility for the first time since 2003. The contract will run through the 2016 season. "As I've said many times, my family and I are extremely happy at UNLV and love living in Las Vegas," Hauck said. "I am excited to tell our team and staff that we can now focus on continuing to build this football program and pursuing the ultimate goal of bringing a Mountain West Championship to UNLV."
Wed, Nov 27, 2013 06:48:00 PM