Mountain West suspends four UNLV players for postgame fight
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) The Mountain West Conference has suspended four UNLV football players and reprimanded another for their involvement in an altercation following a game against rival Nevada.
Fauolo will be suspended for the first two games of the 2020 season, Bean will miss the season opener and Polu will be suspended for half a game.
Four Nevada players were suspended last week for their involvement in the fight.
UNLV beat Nevada 33-30 in overtime when freshman quarterback Kenyon Oblad hooked up with freshman receiver Steve Jenkins for a 19-yard touchdown. Right after the winning score, players from both sides began feuding in the end zone and near the stands.
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Updated December 16, 2019