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No. 7 Nevada seeking more revenge at Wyoming
Seventh-ranked Nevada has had a week to savor avenging its lone loss of the season with a 91-62 victory against New Mexico. Now the Wolf Pack will try to issue a little more payback on Saturday night at Wyoming.
The Cowboys handed the Wolf Pack (23-1, 10-1) one of their three losses during Mountain West play last season with a wild, 104-103 double-overtime victory in Laramie.
Nevada is trying to become the first team in Mountain West history to win three consecutive outright regular-season championships. The Wolf Pack enter the weekend with a 1 1/2-game lead and a game at hand over Utah State and Fresno State, both of whom they will play once more. Nevada plays four of its last seven games on the road and can't afford another slip-up against Wyoming (6-18, 2-9) in its effort to three-peat.MORE