Completely Fake Word That Best Describes Them: Gamblors. Since the University of Nevada is located in Reno (city motto: "Fleecing and Debauching Midwesterners Since 1914"), it's only natural their fans would be imbued with a gaming spirit. So tied to games of chance are Wolf Pack fans that, until 1979, the university's mascot was "Francis", an anthropomorphic slot machine wielding a tire iron.
When not rooting for their beloved Wolf Pack, Nevada fans can be found selling organs (often taken from wayward tourists) in order to fund their massive and untreated addiction. In fact, Reno's economy is based almost entirely on organ trafficking and dinner theater.
Pop Culture Depiction (Exemplification): Deputy Travis Junior. Who better to epitomize a Nevada Wolf Pack fan than one of Reno's Finest? With his love of guns, porn and classic southern rock, Deputy Junior would feel right at home among the denizens of Mackay Stadium. More importantly, his ubiquitous kevlar vest would protect him nicely from most of the small arms fire erupting from the beerquila-fueled mayhem taking place during post-game tailgating.