Coaching Staff

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Head Coach
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Offensive Co-Ordinator
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Linebackers/Special Teams
Ray Cheetany

Born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Ray Cheetany began his college career at  Iowa Central Community College, but then signed with UNLV in 1998  and played football for NFL and NCAA Hall of Fame  Coach John Robinson from 1999 to 2000, and played his final game for UNLV in the Las Vegas  Bowl in 2000 where the Rebels shocked the Arkansas Razorbacks 31-14.

During his Junior campaign, Ray was named one of the Top 10 Special  Teams Players in the nation by Sports Illustrated and In 2000, as a Senior,  he was named First Team All American Punter by Street & Smith’s  Magazine. His attitude made the 5’11”, 180-pound punter/kicker a  personal favorite of John Robinson who told the Las Vegas  Review-Journal, “Ray is a great competition guy. He is a natural  athlete. If his heart was in a tailback or quarterback, he’d be a  Heisman (Trophy) candidate.”

Ray was also recognized as the highest graded player at his position  by National Football Scouting Inc. In 2001, he signed as a free agent  with the Tennessee Titans.

Because Las Vegas was the city that captured Ray’s heart early on, he  has continued to live there full time since 2002. He continues to  believe that Las Vegas has everything a “normal” city has – and a whole  lot more. Everything is open 24/7, and Las Vegas is close to everywhere –  you can be in the snow or water in 30 minutes.

Las Vegas has been great to Ray Cheetany and his family. For that  reason, he continues to be heavily involved with UNLV Football by serving on the UNLV Football Foundation as a board member, keeping in  touch with former Rebels, and attending as many home games, and even  away games, as possible.

As to his business career, Ray currently serves as Nevada State Manager for Sapporo USA.

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Wide Recievers
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