UNLV Rebels College Football Preview 2021: What Will Happen, Season Prediction
It’s been next to impossible to make UNLV work, but the program seems like it has the right guy in Marcus Arroyo to do it.
He’s a young, energetic head coach who’s recruiting his tail off. He’s getting an upgrade in talent, but that’s going to take a while to show up with meaningful production. However, the young talent combining with a team loaded with veterans – seven starters are back on offense and all 11 are back on D – to hope for a big improvement after a rough 0-6 2020 season.
Set The UNLV Rebels Regular Season Win Total At … 4
It took a full year for the team to start to mold into the way Arroyo wants. From conditioning, to schemes, to figuring out all of the parts of the puzzle, things should be far better this year with time to finally work.
It gets lost that teams weren’t able to put things together in 2020 like normal, and UNLV was front and center with that.
Eastern Washington is dangerous, but UNLV has to win that at home, and it has to be good enough to beat UTSA and New Mexico on the road. And then comes the upset factor.
Can the Rebels beat Hawaii at home? How about Utah State? How about shocking Nevada or Air Force on the road?
It’s been seven years since UNLV had a winning season. It’s not going to happen this year, but the program will get a whole lot closer.