Ed Graney, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Ed Graney

Las Vegas Review-Journal

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Past articles by Ed:

UNLV men’s basketball finds itself in an unacceptable place

The once-proud program has now gone a decade without qualifying for the NCAA Tournament. → Read More

Raiders report card: Final grades include 2 F’s

With kicker Daniel Carlson and punter AJ Cole enjoying terrific seasons, the Raiders’ special teams received the team’s only “A.” → Read More

Graney: Josh McDaniels should begin evaluations by looking in mirror

The Raiders ended their season with a loss to the Chiefs, a game that was decided by halftime and played the final 30 minutes by teams itching to travel their separate ways. → Read More

Raiders report card: Mostly bad grades in season-ending loss

How the Raiders performed in a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday at Allegiant Stadium. → Read More

Graney: San Diego State gets better of UNLV yet again

San Diego State’s basketball team shot 52.4 percent on 3s and flashed its elite defense in taking out UNLV 76-67 on Saturday at the Thomas & Mack Center. → Read More

Graney: Raiders might be NFL’s most bizarre team

Walk-off wins and losses. Huge plays and wacky, indescribable ones. The Raiders have seen and done it all in reaching their 6-8 record this season. → Read More

Graney: Odom to begin UNLV recruiting efforts close to home

Barry Odom is the new UNLV football coach who said it’s his goal to keep Las Vegas high school players home to play for the Rebels. → Read More

Mark Davis on Josh McDaniels: ‘He’s doing a fantastic job’

Raiders owner Mark Davis on Monday gave first-year head coach Josh McDaniels a resounding vote of confidence. → Read More

Graney: Bryson Stott reaches ultimate goal of World Series

A former UNLV baseball standout, Bryson Stott and fellow Las Vegas native Bryce Harper have helped lead the Phillies to the World Series against Houston. → Read More

Graney: Missing playoffs hasn’t dampened fans’ love of Knights

Golden Knights fans haven’t lessened their loyalty after the team missed the postseason for the first time in franchise history. That was clear Thursday. → Read More

Raiders report card: Finally some grades parents can be proud of

How the Raiders performed in a victory over the Denver Broncos on Sunday at Allegiant Stadium. → Read More

Graney: Free spirit Mack Hollins makes impact with Raiders

The Raiders are 0-3, but nobody can question the play of wide receiver Mack Hollins, who leads the team with 240 receiving yards and is averaging 17.1 yards per catch. → Read More

Graney: Raiders’ new GM straightforward about his goal

New Raiders general manager Dave Ziegler hopes the roster he builds will ultimately produce a Super Bowl title. → Read More

Graney: Derek Carr is where he should be for now — watching

Raiders starting quarterback Derek Carr didn’t play for the second straight preseason game Sunday, a victory over the Minnesota Vikings at Allegiant Stadium. → Read More

Graney: Darren Waller plays good soldier amid contract talks

The Raiders’ Darren Waller, one of the NFL’s finest tight ends, is laughably underpaid compared to his peers at $7 million annually through next year. → Read More

Graney: Kolton Miller only sure thing up front for Raiders

Miller is the constant whose annual production has improved at tackle, who shined early enough in this career out of UCLA to be paid handsomely for it. → Read More

Graney: Better or worse, Davis wiping slate clean with Raiders

The Raiders on Friday announced team president Dan Ventrelle was no longer part of the organization. → Read More

Graney: Pete DeBoer should remain Golden Knights coach

Pete DeBoer did an admirable job as the Golden Knights’ coach given that his team lost 500 man-games to injury. For that reason alone, he deserves to keep his job. → Read More

Kansas gets edge over North Carolina in title game matchup

Kansas has dominated as a top seed, winning its five NCAA Tournament games by an average of 16.2 points, while North Carolina has had a tougher path as a No. 8 seed. → Read More

Graney: Trade deadline questions for Knights begin in crease

The NHL trade deadline is Monday, when the Golden Knights likely have to figure out their goalie situation for a playoff stretch run. → Read More