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From the Cheap Seats: Anything Goes On Any Given Sunday

Teams that have been rebuilding for the last three or four years, such as the aforementioned Bears, have finally turned the corner and look to be on an upswing.
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From the Cheap Seats: Ravens and Rams Step to Forefront

Good teams are now bad, bad teams are now good, and the NFL is more competitive than ever.
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UCSB Faces Stern 2001-02 Slate

The Gauchos will take on one of the toughest schedules in the country in the upcoming season, facing 11 teams that participated in postseason play a year ago.
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From the Cheap Seats: In Today’s National Football League The Only Constant is Change

With free agency playing a major roll and the athletes in the NFL getting bigger and stronger every year, it is now nearly impossible to predict who will be a consistent play-off contender.
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Coleman Fails to Make Grade, Loses Eligibility

UCSB Head Coach Mark French announced Friday that Coleman has been declared academically ineligible for the upcoming season and that she has been dismissed from the team.
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UCSB Captures First Big West Commissioner’s Cup

To reward its excellence across all fields of play, UCSB has been awarded its first Big West Commissioner's Cup as the Big West school with the best results from the 2000-01 season.
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NCAA Names Garcia Third Team All-American for Gauchos

On Friday, junior James Garcia was named a Louisville Slugger third team All-American, making him the first Gaucho All-American since Jerrold Roundtree in 1991.
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Gaucho Baseball Finishes Season With Losses in NCAA Tourney

Playing in their first NCAA tournament since 1996, the Gauchos found the Hoosier state unkind, going 1-2 en route to early elimination in round one of the NCAA Tournament.
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Gaucho Baseball to Face FIU in First Round of NCAA Tournament

Who the heck is Florida International? That is the question the #21 UCSB baseball team has been trying to answer since it found out that FIU will be its first-round opponent in the NCAA Tournament.
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Big West Names Brontsema Head Coach of Year, Nine All-Conference Players Heading to NCAA Tournament

This season, Brontsema has led the Gauchos into the top 25 of three national polls and into the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 1996.
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Performance Should Outweigh Appearances

It was another article that caught my eye. It was a little inset in the main story, with the title, "Iverson Should Dress Part."
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The NBA Part II: Los Angeles Prepares to Destroy Cheeseheads Unless God Comes

With Milwaukee's game-seven thumping of the Hornets and Philly's dramatic game seven disposal of the Raptor's, the NBA is down to its final four.
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Santa Barbara Dreams of Big West Banner, Sweeping Mustang Banter

Santa Barbara will need a sweep of the Cal Poly Mustangs, plus a little help from an unlikely source, to win the Big West Title.
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Men’s Baseball Readies For Season Finale Versus Mustangs

The UCSB baseball team is enjoying an extraordinary season. Currently ranked 20th in the country in two national polls, the Gauchos boast a 38-13 record, and are on the cusp of a Big West championship...
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Santa Barbara Rips UCLA for 15 Hits in 10-4 Victory

After dropping a 6-5, 14-inning decision to the Bruins earlier this year, the Gauchos made amends Tuesday afternoon at Caesar Uyesaka Stadium.
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