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ILL Spittin’: Who Needs Love?

For some people, the 11 o'clock SportsCenter matinee will be their date this Friday. In sports, there is no sob session; there's jam session. There's no pillow talk; there's pressroom back talk. But a...
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Gauchos Stagger Before Swagger

The UCSB men's basketball team took control of a physical, low-scoring game with a 15-0 run in the final 4:38 to put the Vandals away 52-44 and remain in first place in the Big West Conference.
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Gauchos Burn Aggies

Missing a layup and a free throw for a free dessert and entree at Chevys during a timeout, Jalon Wilson, the son of UCSB men's basketball Assistant Coach Marty Wilson, dragged his two little feet behi...
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Gauchos Court Utah State

The Gauchos will square off against Utah State tonight at 7 in the Thunderdome for a chance at first place in the Big West Conference. Briefly in first place last week, UCSB has a shot at climbing to ...
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Pyramid of Pain for Gauchos

The UCSB men's basketball team suffered a frustrating and unexpected blow at the hands of the Big West's bottom feeders, dropping a 68-67 stunner to LBSU at the Pyramid on Saturday evening.
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Men’s basketball: Gauchos Find Anteater Dish Best Served Cold

Anteater stew was served at the Bren Center Thursday night, and the Gauchos cooked the large-snouted mammals to a roaring boil.The UCSB men's basketball team sautŽed, stuffed and nuclearized Irvi...
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It’s, Going, Going. . . Gwynn!

Tony Gwynn defines All-Century Baseball. The two-sport star decided to march forward with a bat and glove for the San Diego Padres, who plucked him in the third round of the MLB amateur draft.
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Santa Barbara’s Cookin’

Nothing spells home-cooked lovin' like Casey Cook heating up faster than an oven. The sophomore forward has been a big reason for the recent surge UCSB men's basketball team, winner of three of its la...
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They’re Gr-r-r-eat! UCSB Rips Tigers

Santa Barbara won the game on the boards, dominating the glass 37-21 while countering every UOP attack with two or more counter punches until the Tigers had X's where their eyes should have been and l...
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UCSB Cooks Matadors

The Gauchos staved off a voracious second-half rally by Cal State Northridge to upend the only Big West team without a conference victory after Long Beach State stopped Idaho at The Pyramid.
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Fresh Off the Wire

The Gauchos may not be in tip-top shape, but the kids are alright. Freshman guards Cecil Brown and Josh Davis are the two shining stars of the UCSB men's basketball team. For the future, that is.
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ILL Spittin’ Game: Booty and Brawn

Because of the Dallas Cowboys' cheerleaders, remote hogs, coach fiends and field goal kickers are all, if not better, surely happier men.
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Aggies Accelerate, Power Over Gauchos

The two-time, regular-season Big West champs buggy-whipped the Gauchos from the opening tip to the final buzzer in a 75-59 thrashing before a rabid, sold-out crowd of 9,669 at the Dee Glen Smith Spect...
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Like Mr. Potato Head, UCSB Plans to Take Idaho Apart

The UCSB men's basketball faces the University of Idaho tonight at 7 at the Cowan Spectrum in Moscow. The Gauchos hope to end a five-game road losing skid that began over a month ago.
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A Warm Night in Moscow

The first true road win of the season for Santa Barbara came at a critical juncture for the Gauchos, losers of six of seven before Thursday's contest. UCSB (5-8, 2-1 in the Big West) also earned its f...
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