Full Sportscast: Runnin' Rebels receive AP poll votes


Oakland receiver Michael Crabtree and Denver cornerback Aqib Talib have been suspended two games each without pay for fighting.

NFL Vice President of Football Operations Jon Runyan announced the suspensions on Monday, a day after the two players brawled during Oakland's 21-14 victory.

Both players can appeal the suspensions.

The Baltimore Ravens have their first winning streak since taking the first two games of the season.

Terrell Suggs had both of the Ravens' sacks and forced a fumble as the Ravens knocked off the visiting Houston Texans 23-16.

Suggs anchored a Baltimore defensive that didn't allow a touchdown over the final 51 minutes and forced three turnovers, two coming in the final five minutes.

At 6-0, the Runnin' Rebels are off to their best start in six years, and for the first time in nearly two years, they got some votes in the Associated Press poll.

In addition, UNLV freshman forward Brandon McCoy was named Mountain West Men's Basketball player of the week.

The Runnin' Rebels play their first true road game Wednesday at Northern Iowa.

The Vegas Golden Knights host the Dallas Stars Tuesday at 7:00 pm.

Center Jonathan Marchessault was named one of the NHL's "Three Stars" of the week.

Last week, he became the only NHL player with three consecutive three-point performances this season.

Las Vegas Lights FC will play three Major League Soccer teams in its inaugural preseason this February at Cashman Field.

The MLS teams include the Montreal Impact, the Vancouver Whitecaps and D.C. United.

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