How much importance does Nevada Wolf Pack head coach Brian Polian put on the point spread for Saturday night’s game in the Rose Bowl against the UCLA Bruins? “Absolutely zero,” Polian said. “Nobody sets our expectations for us.” The odds makers have made the Wolf Pack a three-touchdown underdog against the defending Pac-12 South Division champs. UCLA finished 9-5 last year while the Wolf Pack finished 7-6 in Chris Ault’s final year as head coach. “We’ve read about the point spread,” Pack running back Kendall Brock said. “It weighs a little in the back of your mind because it shows …
Nevada enters UCLA game big underdogs
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