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Battle of the QB’s: Omaha Meets “The Dab”

Sports Editor Michael Jorgenson and Assistant Sports Editor Sean White choose sides for Sunday's Super Bowl 50 matchup. With Michael predicting a Broncos' victory and Sean with a win for the Panthers,...
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An Evening With Carli Lloyd: FIFA World Player of the Year

It's been a magical year for Carli Lloyd, who traveled to the Arlington Theater in downtown Santa Barbara this week to give fans a glimpse into her life and teach them what it takes to compete at the ...
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Gauchos Look to Capitalize on Momentous Win, Face LBSU Tonight

In the middle of the pack in the Big West standings at fourth place, the UCSB men's basketball team has an opportunity to even out its 2-3 conference record in its matchup against Long Beach State ton...
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Sluggish First Half Drowns Gauchos At Home

With their third loss out of four to open up Big West play, the Gauchos are in a bit of a hole to start the conference season.
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Vincent’s Game-Winner Salvages Road Win at Cal Poly, but Gauchos Falter in Consecutive Second Halves

The UCSB men's basketball team picked up its first conference win on the road against Cal Poly, but sputtered down the stretch in a home game against UC Irvine on Saturday.
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Blue-Green Rivals Look for First Big West Wins

The Gauchos went 3-0 against Cal Poly in 2015, but can they defeat the Mustangs in a hostile road environment with both teams looking for their first conference win?
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2015-16 Big West Women’s Basketball Conference Preview

Big West basketball season is in full swing. Check out the Nexus' previews of each women's team in the conference and where they currently stand after one weekend of conference play.
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Gauchos’ Winning Streak Comes to End in Conference Opener at Hawai’i

The UCSB men's basketball team fell to Hawai'i 65-57 in its conference opening game this past Saturday, ending a four-game win streak.
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2015-16 Big West Men’s Basketball Conference Preview

  Full of resolutions and new beginnings, the New Year can be considered a reset button for many. However, in the world of college basketball, the New Year signals the beginning of conference pla...
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Ball Is Life? No, Kobe Is

It's been an emotional week for Laker fans as the final days of Kobe Bryant's career have officially arrived. Sports editor Michael Jorgenson discusses what the the Mamba's impact has truly meant for ...
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Gauchos Take On USC in 2015 Home Finale

UCSB got its offense going last week, but can the Gauchos keep it up hosting a Trojan team off to a hot 5-2 start?
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Gauchos Strike First, But No. 2 Clemson Pulls Off Late Sweet Sixteen Winner

The No. 15 seed UCSB men's soccer team's NCAA Tournament run fell just short in the Sweet Sixteen at No. 2 Clemson.
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NCAA Tournament Sweet 16: Gauchos Travel to No. 2 Clemson

UCSB takes the No. 15 seed in the NCAA Tournament across the country to face the No. 2 seed Clemson Tigers as it looks to prolong its postseason and search for its first NCAA Champoinship since 2006.
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Gauchos Look to End Two-Game Skid at San Francisco

After a couple of tough losses, the UCSB men's basketball team heads north to face the 3-1 Dons.
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Jome’s Right-Footed Strike in OT Sends No. 19 UCSB to Sweet 16

With his third goal of the year in the 93rd minute, Ismaila Jome gives the Gauchos their first NCAA Tournament win since 2011 and sends them to the third round to face No. 2 Clemson.
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