Today’s opponents are hopeful of ending significant losing streaks.
The Warriors have lost three in a row, a 35-day span dating to Sept. 2. The Wolf Pack is zip-for-2017.
Both teams are slow starters.
But the Warriors have the edge in stability — Dru Brown will be making his 16th consecutive start; Ty Gangi will make his fourth start after bouncing on the depth chart from No. 1 to No. 3.
The Warriors will be without tight end Metuisela ‘Unga, who suffered a season-ending ankle injury. The Pack’s Brandon Scott is iffy; he is the team’s best off-set blocker.
And two teams that have struggled in on special teams will seek answers in Reno’s 4,506-foot elevation.
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