UNLV quarterback Dalton Sneed, after shedding a near-sack in the end zone, eyes a long touchdown run versus Fresno State on Saturday, Oct. 1, at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.
UNLV quarterback Dalton Sneed, after shedding a near-sack in the end zone, eyes a long touchdown run versus Fresno State on Saturday, Oct. 1, at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. L.E. BASKOW LAS VEGAS SUN
UNLV quarterback Dalton Sneed, after shedding a near-sack in the end zone, eyes a long touchdown run versus Fresno State on Saturday, Oct. 1, at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. L.E. BASKOW LAS VEGAS SUN

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