RENO - The Nevada Wolf Pack men's basketball team made a verbal commitment to each other on Saturday afternoon.
"Everybody communicated," senior guard Malik Story said after a 75-59 victory over the Boise State Broncos in front of a crowd of 6,821 at Lawlor Events Center. "The key was talking to each other. Today we just started yelling at each other, telling each other what to do."
The victory improved the struggling Pack, which had lost four of its last five games, to 11-8 overall and 2-3 in the Mountain West. Boise State fell to 14-5, 2-3.
"We communicated on …