2012 Mountain West Media Days: UNLV Rebels

LAS VEGAS - OCTOBER 02: UNLV Rebels head coach Bobby Hauck gestures to his players during their game against the Nevada Reno Wolf Pack at Sam Boyd Stadium October 2 2010 in Las Vegas Nevada. Nevada Reno won 44-26. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Check out our Mountain West football media day section for all of our coverage on the event.

UNLV Rebels head coach Bobby Hauck was very positive and said that the team is making a lot of strides this past season. He believes that they will be competitve and smart football team, and he comes out and says that it's easy to be good and positive now in the preseason.

Hauck touches on the offense and knows they need to put more points on the board, and he thinks that they will be able to score more points. The areas that Hauck believes that the areas of improvement is the offensive line which now has experience after starting three freshman last year.

The weight room that Hauck says is an area of improvement they made in this off season. The team is now stronger and can keep be a physical team, and perhaps now can be the stronger team in the trenches.

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