Chris Ault walked into the Nevada Wolf Pack's halftime locker room last Saturday afternoon at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas with a purpose.
"I only talked to the defense," the Wolf Pack head coach said. "I was very calm and I talked in a monotone."
Ault's message was simple.
"I just told them, 'Enough is enough,'" said Ault, whose Wolf Pack found itself trailing UNLV at halftime (31-14) for the first time in eight years. "We were 17 down. I just told them, 'Stand up and be accountable.'"
UNLV scored points on five of its six drives in the …