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Northwestern Wildcats vs. Nevada Wolf Pack Sep 2, 2017
Sat 2:30PM
Ryan Field
Evanston, IL
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Nevada Wolf Pack vs. Toledo Rockets Sep 9, 2017
Sat 4:00PM
Mackay Stadium
Reno, NV
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Nevada Wolf Pack vs. Idaho State Bengals Sep 16, 2017
Sat 4:00PM
Mackay Stadium
Reno, NV
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PARKING: Washington State Cougars vs. Nevada Wolf Pack Sep 23, 2017
Sat TBA
Martin Stadium Parking Lots
Pullman, WA
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Washington State Cougars vs. Nevada Wolf Pack Sep 23, 2017
Sat TBA
Martin Stadium
Pullman, WA
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Fresno State Bulldogs vs. Nevada Wolf Pack Sep 30, 2017
Sat 7:00PM
Bulldog Stadium
Fresno, CA
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Nevada Wolf Pack vs. Hawaii Warriors Oct 7, 2017
Sat 7:30PM
Mackay Stadium
Reno, NV
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Colorado State Rams vs. Nevada Wolf Pack Oct 14, 2017
Sat TBA
Colorado State Stadium
Fort Collins, CO
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Nevada Wolf Pack vs. Air Force Falcons Oct 20, 2017
Fri 6:30PM
Mackay Stadium
Reno, NV
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Boise State Broncos vs. Nevada Wolf Pack Nov 4, 2017
Sat TBA
Albertsons Stadium
Boise, ID
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Nevada Wolf Pack vs. San Jose State Spartans Nov 11, 2017
Sat TBA
Mackay Stadium
Reno, NV
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San Diego State Aztecs vs. Nevada Wolf Pack Nov 18, 2017
Sat 7:30PM
Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
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Nevada Wolf Pack vs. UNLV Rebels Nov 25, 2017
Sat 1:00PM
Mackay Stadium
Reno, NV
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Nevada Wolf Pack

The Nevada Wolf Pack are the collegiate athletic teams that represent the University of Nevada, Reno, consisting of 16 varsity teams. Though often known as UNR within the state, the university is simply called Nevada for athletics purposes; its sports teams are nicknamed the Wolf Pack (always two words). They participate in the NCAA's Division I (FBS for football) and in the Mountain West Conference. Nevada's athletic teams were originally known as the Sagebrushers, named after Nevada's state flower. In the 1921-1922 school year, a local writer described the school's athletic teams as a "pack of wolves." That name stuck and by 1923, the student body designated "Wolves" as the school's mascot.

Eventually, this arrangement proved unsatisfactory for Nevada, who by 1975 was the only public school left in the WCC. At the same time, Gonzaga, a charter but non-football member of the Big Sky Conference, was facing pressure from the conference to either leave or add football (which they had dropped in 1941), as they were the only non-football member of the conference (and only private school as well).

A deal was then worked out in which Gonzaga and Nevada would swap conference affiliations in 1979. Gonzaga joined the WCC where it remains to this day, while Nevada moved to the Big Sky. Both new affiliations were the best institutional fits at the time. By the early 1990s, Nevada had become one of the better football teams in what is now the Football Championship Subdivision of NCAA Division I, advancing to the title game in 1990. Nevada decided to upgrade to FBS in 1992, which required them to leave the Big Sky, which did not accept non-football members at the time (this will change in 2014). Nevada found a home in the Big West Conference, where in-state rival UNLV had been playing since 1982 (they would leave in 1996).