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Fullove, UCSB Hope to Get on Track

With hard times falling on the UCSB men's basketball team, the players and coaches hit the practice floor Monday afternoon looking for ways to ease their ailment.
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Men’s BasketballUCSB Hopes to Forget the Titans

a two-game breather in the friendly confines of the Thunderdome against the Big West Conference's weakest teams failed to prevent the UCSB men's basketball team from beginning to feel that home can be...
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Trojans’ Achilles Heel: UCSB Trifecta

The UCSB men's basketball team and its infamous Three Amigos came to the rescue Tuesday night and gave the Thunderdome faithful a little holiday treat.
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Gauchos Need to Grow Up in a Hurry

The Big Dance was a nice joyride, but now that everyone's caught their breath, the contenders in the Big West - and that includes everyone - will find out that they must live and die by the maxim that...
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Skultety Tears ACL

Taking off is usually prettier than landing, the UCSB men's basketball team would contend. Especially when the crash landing sidelines the top interior presence for the season.
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ILL the THRILL Spittin’ Game: Smith Lacks Sweetness and Panache of NFL’s Top Runner

If I see one more Visa or 1-800-COLLECT commercial with Emmitt Smith smugly warming the camera, I think I'll puke. Too bad I have a craving with my Sweet tooth.
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A-Train Sidetracks to Save a Life

Chicago Bears second-year running back Anthony Thomas pulled a drunk and bewildered Mark A. Moore out of his burning 1990 Oldsmobile Royale on Route 60 in Vernon Hills, Illinois.
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Christensen Enjoys Solid Rookie Year

Although the former UCSB women's basketball star and 2001-02 Big West Player of the Year will never don the blue and gold of the Gauchos again, Christensen displayed her unique tenacity and competitiv...
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Legendary Mascot Recalls Jolly Giant Days

Moose dons a Stone Cold Steve Austin tee that has a glowing skull blowing blue steam out of its ears and mouth. A Denver Broncos cap tilts comfortably over his saddle brown-black hair.
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Men’s Lacrosse: Gaucho Foes Wail to Blues in Nationals

The UCSB men's lacrosse club team enjoyed a run to the Final Four at the US Lacrosse Intercollegiate Associates National Championships at St. Louis before that catapulted the squad to third nationally...
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Appelbaum on Sports: Nexus Mocks NBA Draft

The Rockets snookered the Golden State Warriors and Chicago Bulls and now have the best chance to salivate at another imposing center.
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Track and Field: Gauchos Tune Up for Big West Championships

The UCSB men's and women's track and field teams tuned up before the Big West Championship this upcoming week, and apparently the sprinters can't wait to get started.
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Appelbaum on Sports: Outside Drama More Gripping Than Playoffs

After decades of toil, the NBA finally reached the second round last weekend. No, it only seems like it took the Spurs ten years of servitude to fitfully put the Supersonics to rest.
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Appelbaum on Sports: NBA Playoffs: Another Ride to the Edge of Ineptitude

I'm through laying all my cards on teams that don't perform. The Cubs haven't won anything since Rickey Henderson lost his first tooth. And the Cubbies aren't going to win anything in my lifetime.
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Appelbaum on Sports: Put a Cork In It, Joey: Vizquel Rings His Belle

I don't think Albert Belle will be attending any social functions with Omar Vizquel any time soon. No baby showers for little Joey to tear into one of his patented temper tantrums.
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