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MountainTop View 2-1-19

Nevada Is For Real, UNM & NMSU Jerseys Sell, Turnovers Kill Wyoming, and The Rebels Get Run Out Of The Building

Let’s get you some links as we head into Super weekend.

Column: No matter the name, No. 8 Nevada is for real

It seems like the longer the season goes on, the less argument that one can make against Nevada. The Wolf Pack rolled over their in-state rival UNLV Tuesday night, taking home a 87-70 win. As the calendar flips from January to February, Nevada sports one of the best records in the nation at 20-1. The future looks bright for the Wolf Pack, as they stand a great chance to be a final four team.

Jerseys auctions bring some extra cash for Lobos, Aggies

Two custom jerseys are now part of a few lucky fans collections. Both the Lobos and Aggies wore a unique jersey in January. Now both universities were able to swap those jerseys for money. Each jersey design was to honor New Mexico. Both schools look forward to creating more customer uniforms in the future.

Turnovers continue to hamper Wyoming’s competitiveness

The Cowboys just can’t seem to keep the ball in their hands. The team has proven to be very competitive this year and is having a steady year. But one thing that jumps out to you when you watch this team is the amount of times they turn the ball over. In fact, it’s killing them in close games. This fact is not lost on head coach Allen Edwards, who is trying to get his team to commit less turnovers. The only thing that can beat the Cowboys, is themselves.

No contest: Wolf Pack steamrolls Rebels for 20th win

In the first meeting between these two in-state school, the road time won, big. UNLV looked out matched in many phases of the game. The Rebels only accounted for 36% shooting on the night. Fans packed the Thomas and Mack Arena to see a show, the only issue is the wrong team showed up.

On The Horizon

Later Today: Aggie Analysis: East/West and Senior Bowl Recap

Satuday: MWC Hoops: How to Watch, What To Look For, and Game Thread, February Sign Day Tracker