The Runnin’ Rebels looked more than solid against Wyoming on Saturday, especially when you consider that UNLV hadn’t won a road game in over a month.

Not only did UNLV win this critical road game, but they won it in a convincing fashion, beating the Cowboys by 23 points.

The Rebels made this one look easy.

Easy like Sunday morning, that is.

UNLV dominated Wyoming in every facet of the contest, which is surprising since the lowly Fresno State Bulldogs embarrassed the Rebels just a couple weeks ago.

Khem Birch finished with 12 points and 14 rebounds and was UNLV’s best player on the court on Saturday night.

The Cowboys had no answer for him, just questions.

As in, how in the world do we stop this guy?

Mike Moser had one of his best games of the season, finishing with 11 points and seven rebounds in just 23 minutes.

It’s taken Moser a while to get back to the form that made him one of the best players in the country last season, but he’s improved immensely over the last few weeks which has UNLV fans more than excited.

Katin Reinhardt and Bryce Dejean-Jones both logged double-digit point totals as well, proving that when those two are hot, they’re hot.

Like, Kate Upton hot.

And after his game-winning heroics against Colorado State, Anthony Marshall didn’t need to score a ton of points to have his presence felt on Saturday.

Marshall only had seven points in the game, but finished with six of UNLV’s 13 assists.

The Cowboys only had nine assists all game.

Wyoming was without its best scorer, Leonard Washington, who was nursing a sprained ankle. His presence was sorely missed as the Runnin’ Rebels held the Cowboys to just 42 points, their lowest total of the entire season.

UNLV was also without its best player, Anthony Bennett, for most of the game. The freshman phenom woke up with a stiff shoulder, according to head coach Dave Rice, which is why he was pulled just four minutes into the game.

The Rebels made the Cowboys look like a junior varsity squad as they held them to just 29 percent from the floor, including a 5-for-28 showing in the first half.

UNLV’s stifling defense held the desperate Cowboys to just 12 points in the first half.

Moser scored seven points by himself in the first half.

This was a convincing and much- needed win for the Rebels, who hadn’t won a road game since before this semester even started.

Only one away game remains for UNLV, as they prepare to face UNR in Reno on Saturday.

A complete victory like the one on Saturday night couldn’t have come at a better time.

It’s one of those games that will be televised nationally, and UNLV doesn’t want to play poorly against its oldest rival on a national stage.

Let’s run.