Published November 20, 2014
During a season that has returned UNLV to the national stage, Wednesday's romp looked a lot like the Runnin' Rebels of old.
Chace Stanback scored a game-high 29 points, Mike Moser added 18 and five others reached double figures for the Rebels (14-2), who came out hot and continued from start to finish in 63- and 61-point halves, respectively.
UNLV shot 67 percent from the floor and made a staggering 18-of-32 from beyond the arc in the 49-point victory.
LaQuentin Miles poured in 21 points and Mark Rutledge added 13 for Central Arkansas (5-7), which was overwhelmed from the outset.