Just a day after Ty Gangi was named the starter for the Fresno State game, Alabama graduate transfer, David Cornwell has left the Wolf Pack Football Team and requested his release from the program. A much-hyped junior transfer, Cornwell was named the first-string quarterback through Spring and Fall Camps. He lost the spot to Gangi to open the season at Northwestern and didn't see playing time until this past weekend's loss at then 18th ranked Washington State.
Nevada released it's depth chart and Kaymen Cureton is the starter at quarterback. The 5-11 205-pound Cureton was a 3-star recruit as a dual threat quarterback coming out of High School in the Los Angeles area where he threw for more than 10-thousand yards for his career. He replaces junior, Ty Gangi who's thrown for 476-yards but completed less than 50-percent of his passes over the last two-games as the Pack's gone (0-2). Cureton will get his first start against Idaho State an F.C.S.
The Aces (0-1) fell 3-1 in game one of the Pacific Conference Championship series to the El Paso Chihuahuas (1-0) on a stormy Wednesday evening at Greater Nevada Field. Aces righty Jake Buchanan tossed the first matchup of the series with seven innings of three-run ball on nine hits while striking out six. Reno's offense only produced one run behind Buchanan on eight hits and went 0-for-10 on the night with runners in scoring position versus El Paso's nine hits and 1-for-10 RISP.
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Selecting a term
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