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Tale of a Walk-On: He Got Game?

The Gauchos are a Division I basketball program, and there's nobody on the planet that can take that away from any of the players.
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Gauchos’ Spirits are High on Basketball Media Day

The Gauchos play one of the toughest schedules in the country in the upcoming season in hopes of preparing for the level of competition they will play if the make the NCAA Tournament.
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From the Cheap Seats: Jordan’s Back From Second Retirement, Will Suit for Wiz

All summer I was bemoaning Jordan's comeback: A comeback would tarnish his legacy - he won't be the same player, can't see him anywhere but Chicago, he'll embarrass himself, the Wizards start Chris Wh...
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Women’s Gymnastics Team Coach Dies in Terrorist Attack

Newly hired UCSB women's gymnastics coach, Mari-Rae Sopper, was killed on American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon.
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From Rosy Showers to Furious Hell

Working at the Nexus has been a lot like my morning showers. I come in, the water is toasty, almost comforting - just like my first days working here.
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The First Annual All-Interview Team at Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara is home to some of the finest student-athletes in the country. The players who grace the field, the diamond, or the court all bring unique and important qualities to their respective tea...
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There Is No Comparison: Bryant Will Never Approach Jordan’s Immortality

Kobe Bryant will never be as good as Michael Jordan.Never in a million years. Never ever ever ever will Kobe approach Jordan on the pedestal of basketball immortality.
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The Week in Sports: From Draft to Realignment

Another week in the world of sports passed, but momentous events were sprouting left to right.
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Cal Poly Stuns UCSB Baseball by Stealing Two Games

With a possible Big West championship on the line, the UCSB baseball team came up virtually empty-handed against conference nemesis Cal Poly over the weekend for the final regular season games in the ...
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The NBA Part I: Sixers Will Succeed

If the Bucks and Spurs tangle, the Bucks should win, unless the Spurs do.
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Ndiaye Travels to Senegal to Play for Country’s National Team This Saturday

Senior power forward Adama Ndiaye of the UCSB men's basketball team left May 14 for his native Senegal to represent his country's National Team in a series of games against the National Team of Cape V...
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Where Will Weber Toll? Nobody Knows

Sacramento King's power forward Chris Webber is leaving California's capital for good. But where will he end up?
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UCSB Track Finishes in Occidental, Modesto

The UCSB men's and women's track teams competed in two successful meets at Occidental College in Los Angeles and the Modesto Relays up north on Saturday.
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Newest Member of Gaucho Coaching Staff Latches On After Stint at LMU

The UCSB men's basketball program hired David Campbell as the team's new assistant coach.
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NBA: Another Capitalistic Casualty

The "Golden Era" of the NBA has long since past: The Run of the Bulls has winded down unspectacularly; the Lake Show has been canceled; even Celtic pride has gone bunk.
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