Ched Whitney

Gaming Today Ched Whitney

Ched Whitney has been a journalist in Las Vegas since 1994. He worked for the Las Vegas Review-Journal for 18 years, where he was the paper’s art director for 12. Since becoming a freelancer in 2012, his work has appeared at ESPN.com, AOL, The Seattle Times and UNLV Magazine, among others. ​

Apollos head of Alliance of American Football class

Apollos head of Alliance of American Football class

posted on March 13, 2019 by

At the midway point of their inaugural season, the Orlando Apollos are running away with the Alliance of American Football. 

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Chalk will be tough to beat in MW, WAC

Chalk will be tough to beat in MW, WAC

posted on March 14, 2019 by

Courtside | As the Pac-12 stumbled through a collectively forgettable NCAA basketball season, it could at least say, “Well, what about Washington?”

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Las Vegas Bowl gets SEC, Big Ten

Las Vegas Bowl gets SEC, Big Ten

posted on March 08, 2019 by

The Las Vegas Bowl will now feature the Pac-12 vs. either the SEC/Big10, with those two conferences rotating each year school, when the game moves to the Raiders’ new stadium, sources told Stadium’s Brett McMurphy.

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Lots of empty seats at AAF games

Lots of empty seats at AAF games

posted on March 06, 2019 by

After averaging better than 19,000 fans per game in its first two weeks, league-wide attendance at Alliance of American Football games fell for a second straight week — this time to an average of less than 10,000

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Gonzaga’s defense returns to top form

Gonzaga’s defense returns to top form

posted on March 09, 2019 by

Courtside | Gonzaga, which had reinvented itself as a defensive force over the previous few seasons, allowed North Carolina to shoot 54.7 percent from the field, including 13 of 25 from 3-point range.

 

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