RENO --Malik Story knew his teammates needed him Friday night.
"I knew I had to be more aggressive with Deonte (Burton) out," the Nevada Wolf Pack senior said. "But we all had to step up and do a little more."
Story did a little bit more than everyone else, scoring a career-high 35 points as the Wolf Pack held off the stubborn Yale Bulldogs 85-75 in a nonconference basketball game at Lawlor Events Center for their fifth consecutive victory.
"I had been struggling recently," said Story, who was 7-of-24 from the field in his previous two games against Cal State …