RENO - Christmas came early for the Nevada Wolf Pack Tuesday night.
"Everybody chipped in," coach David Carter said after the Wolf Pack cruised to an easy 69-56 victory over the Cal Poly Mustangs at Lawlor Events Center. "It was good to see everyone contribute."
The Wolf Pack, now 6-4, led by at least 10 over the final 24:29 and played all 13 players for the first time this season. The 13-point victory is the Pack's second largest of the season behind a 79-61 win over Southern Utah on Nov. 18.
"Everybody came out and played hard," said guard Malik …