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Professional Baseball Lifer and Gaucho Bill Geivett Opens Up

Our own staff writer F.P. Santangelo Jr. got to catch up with former gaucho star baseball player Bill Geivett to talk about his new book, in stores now.
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The ‘Boogie-Less’ Kings Leave Sacramento With No Hope, Franchise Remains in Declining State

The Sacramento Kings' decision to trade arguably the best center in the league, Demarcus 'Boogie' Cousins, has left many people within their fan base with what seems like an unsolvable void. Staff wri...
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Geno Auriemma and UCONN Women’s Basketball: A Dynasty Built on the Tradition of Success

The UConn women's basketball team has been a staple of success under the tenure of coach Auriemma capped off by possibly its biggest accomplishment, 100-straight victories.
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Super Bowl LI: Falcons Hope To Knock Pats Off Pedestal

With Super Bowl LI fast approaching, will the Patriots secure their legacy as the greatest dynasty in NFL history or can the Falcons pull off the upset for their first ever championship?
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Key Matchup: Tom Brady vs. Matt Ryan

Two of this season's top quarterbacks are set to face each other in Super Bowl LI this Sunday. Who has the advantage? Is it the experienced Brady or the QB on the brink of eliteness in Ryan?
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Super Bowl LI Key Matchups: Offense, Defense, Special Teams Pt. 1

The Daily Nexus Sports staff was assigned different key matchups that could have a profound impact on the outcome of Sunday's Super Bowl game.
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Super Bowl LI Key Matchups: Offense, Defense, Special Teams Pt. 2

The Daily Nexus Sports staff was assigned different key matchups that could have a profound impact on the outcome of Sunday's Super Bowl game.
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NFL Playoffs – Divisional Round Matchups

Staff writer Richard Benites gives his take on what to look out for in this weekend's NFL Playoff matchups.
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Ralph Hasenhüttl: The Perfect Wenger Replacement

Staff writer Ryan Burns breaksdown the rise of Arsenal since the addition of Ralph Hasenhüttl at the helm.
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A Refreshing Change of Scenery: UCSB’s Conference Turnaround

The Gauchos decision to change conferences this past year might have hurt some feelings and strained some relationships, but there is no doubt that there decision to move, was the right one.
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Cavs Remain NBA’s Royal Team With James’s and Irving’s Guidance

As the leader of Cleveland's success in bringing "The Land" its first NBA title in franchise history last season, LeBron James and the Cavs have Sports Editor Sean White sold on the notion of them bei...
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To Silence the Voice of the Voiceless?

It's hard being an athlete but it's only made harder when you have critics are constantly trying to silence your voice.
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Cubs Win World Series, End 108 Years of Torment

After 108 years, the curse is over and the Cubs are winners again.
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A Timely Save: Rogers’ Impactful Presence

Entering her collegiate career as the backup behind four players, the journey of UCSB women's soccer goalkeeper junior Brittney Rogers has required much patience. After red-shirting and not playing ma...
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Steady Attack: Hoffman’s Gradual Ascension

Junior outside hitter Chanel Hoffman has had one of the more productive careers of any UCSB women's volleyball player thus far despite some big obstacles standing in her way.
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