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From the Cheap Seats: Parity Brings About New Contenders

The first thing that jumps out at any fan of the National Football League is its predictability. I mean, who didn't think that the Chicago Bears would be sitting pretty with a first-round bye in the N...
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Winter Recap: Santa Barbara Cruises in the Big West After Earlier Struggles

While the Gauchos struggled through a difficult non-conference schedule to a 4-5 record, it was back to business once Big West play began, as Santa Barbara opened league play with a pair of victories.
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Hansen, Defense Pace UCSB in Win

Already having played both Pac-10 power Stanford and Big-10 member Penn State, the women's basketball team displayed no sense of awe while pummeling 2000-01 Women's National Invitational Tournament Ch...
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Heartbreak Hotel: Virginia Squeezrs by UCSB

Freshmen. They can tantalize you with their raw ability, and they can break your heart with their inexperience. After last Sunday's road contest against Virginia, no one knows that better than the UCS...
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Bonds Breaks Right Hand, Out Till January; Caine, Jager Questionable

Santa Barbara (1-2) received more disheartening news when it learned that freshman guard Karena Bonds will be out of action until at least mid-January due to a broken hand.
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From the Cheap Seats: Buffalo Struggles Along as Former GM Butler Thrives

Once a proud franchise and the AFC representative in four consecutive Super Bowls during the early '90s, the Buffalo Bills are now the owners of an abysmal 1-9 record, their worst start in 17 years.
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Dons Feels the (Ful)love in Santa Barbara Victory

The UCSB men's basketball team improved to 2-0 on its young season this weekend with a decisive 69-49 win over the University of San Francisco on Saturday.
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UCSB Comes Up Short

Despite a spirited second-half comeback, UCSB's cold-shooting first half proved too much to overcome, as the Gauchos fell 76-73 to drop to 1-2 on the season.
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Combs Steps Down From UCSB Roster

The good news came in the form of sophomore center Lindsay Taylor being named Big West Player of the Week The bad news was when sophomore forward Jessica Combs abruptly decided to leave the team in or...
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Gauchos Whip WKU in Debut, Fall to #9 Stanford

Playing on consecutive nights to open the season, the UCSB women's basketball team came out with a bang in a 90-78 victory against Western Kentucky.
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Santa Barbara Steamrolls Over Team Concept

The Gauchos' impressive victory, the final exhibition game of the season, was a dramatic improvement over their game-one victory over Delta Kocise. Senior forward Kayte Christensen led five Gauchos in...
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Gauchos Prepare for Final Exhibition Game

The UCSB women's basketball team returns to the hardwood tonight in its second exhibition game of the season against Team Concept, a touring team of former college players.
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From the Cheap Seats: Rams’ Canidate Shines in Starting Role; Chicago’s Rookies Shine

Just when you thought you had seen it all from the greatest show on earth, the St. Louis Rams and Head Coach Mike Martz pull a new rabbit out of their hat.
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From the Cheap Seats: Favre Shreds Baltimore; Pack Prove They Belong Amid Elite

Those who believed the Ravens would roll into Lambeau Field and dominate Green Bay were forgetting one thing: Brett Favre.
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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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