Nevada Wolfpack Football Tickets
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Nevada Wolfpack Football Schedule
vs Air Force Falcons
Saturday, 4:30 PM
vs San Jose State Spartans
Saturday, 1:00 PM
What a season the Nevada Wolf Pack had in ’09. They started off at 0-3 three after a trio of brutally tough games against Notre Dame, Colorado State and Missouri. After such a rough start, many teams would just throw in the towel and wait until next year. But Nevada fought back and ran off eight straight wins after that and five times they scored more than 50 points. If you like scoring, then you will love Nevada football. Some of their victories last year were by scores like 63-20, 70-45 and 63-28. They ended the season with an 8-5 record after an appearance in the Hawaii Bowl, and they will be looking for a Western Athletic Conference title this season. If you are looking for Nevada football tickets, you can get them from GoTickets.com.
The biggest obstacle to a WAC title is the same as last year – the Boise State Broncos. Even though Nevada went 7-1 in the conference last year, that single defeat at the hands of the Broncos cost them any chance of a conference championship. Nevada and Boise State figure to be battling for the title again this season, and it might come down to the November 26 game at Mackay Stadium in Reno. The Nevada football schedule also includes two tough road games – first against BYU in Provo and then against UNLV in Las Vegas. They also have interesting non-conference home games against California and Colorado State. GoTickets.com has Nevada Wolf Pack tickets for every game this year, whether you want to see them in Reno or on the road.
The future of the WAC is a little bit uncertain as Boise State is moving to the Mountain West Conference, and it has been announced that Fresno State and Nevada are also headed to the MWC. So there would be no better way to leave then conference than with a title, and a bowl victory wouldn’t be bad either. The Wolf Pack has been good enough to go to a bowl in each of the past five years, but they have lost the last four of those. So they will be looking to reverse that trend this year, and you can do your part by supporting them all season long with Nevada football tickets.