Everything you need to know about Nevada-UNLV, the year's biggest game

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The{ }Fremont Cannon sits inside Mackay Stadium during the 2009 Nevada-UNLV game. (Nevada athletics)

The biggest game of the year has arrived. The Nevada football team plays at UNLV on Saturday night looking to retain the Fremont Cannon for the third straight season. The team also is looking to secure its fifth consecutive win and hit the eight-victory mark for the first time since moving to the Mountain West in 2012. Here is where you can watch or follow the Wolf Pack as it takes on the Rebels, plus all of our coverage from the week leading up to the game.

Nevada (7-4, 5-2 MW) at UNLV (3-8, 1-6)

When: Saturday, 6:30 p.m.

Where: Sam Boyd Stadium (capacity 35,500)

Surface: FieldTurf

Weather: High of 64; low of 44

TV/Radio: CBS Sports Network/94.5 FM

Online: None

Betting line: Nevada by 13.5; total of 62.5

All-time series: Nevada leads, 26-17

Last game: Nevada 23, SJSU 16 (Nov. 25, 2017 in Reno)


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