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Nexus & Answer: Gabe’s Farewell Isn’t Goodbye, UCSB’s Star Aims for Pros

Co-Sports Editor Sean White caught up with former UCSB basketball star Gabe Vincent and asked him about his future plans, his experience in the Dos Equis 3x3 championship and more in this installment ...
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March Sadness? Pre-Tourney Regional Predictions I Thought Were Safe

Well, well, well. March Madness has once again met expectations, maybe even surpassed them following the upsets that have taken place thus far as we head into the Sweet 16. Staff writer Brandon Victor...
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For the Love of the Game: The Resurgence of Gabe Vincent

Last season, the UCSB men's basketball team was in the midst of its worst season in program history when they lost their star guard, Gabe Vincent. However, just like the Gauchos, Vincent has bounced b...
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Against All Odds: A Fan’s Account of the Eagles’ Journey to Winning Super Bowl LII

Staff writer and lifetime Eagles fan Richard Benites examines Philadelphia's road to their first ever Super Bowl following the defeat of the New England Patriots just a few weeks ago.
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An Exciting Time: Hosmer Joins San Diego Padres

For the first time in his life, Staff writer Brandon Victor is excited not just for the MLB season to start but to see his favorite team, the San Diego Padres and their newest acquisition in action.
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Nexus and Answer: The Sweet Life of ‘E-Chill’ … Overseas

Sports Co-Editor Sean White was able to catch up with one of the best to ever do it on a UCSB basketball court, former point guard Eric Childress and see how the professional life is treating him.
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A Trip Down Memory Lane: Our Favorite Super Bowls

Three of our staff writers give their takes on their favorite Super Bowl moments.
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Super Bowl LII Sleeper Picks

We all know about the big names going into Super Bowl 52, but what about the players that could prevail from under the radar?
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X’s and O’s: Breaking Down the 2018 FIFA World Cup Groups (A-D)

Lots of buzz in the sports world for this year is due to the 2018 FIFA World Cup beginning this summer in June. Staff writer Richard Benites breaks down each qualifying team group by group as the anti...
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X’s and O’s: Breaking Down the 2018 FIFA World Cup Groups (E-H)

Lots of buzz in the sports world for this year is due to the 2018 FIFA World Cup beginning this summer in June. Staff writer Richard Benites breaks down each qualifying team group by group as the anti...
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Survival of the Fittest: Mid-Majors Flex Their Muscles, Too

The pleasures and I.V. and the beautiful Santa Barbara beaches may be what captures the eye, but don't sleep on the potential of UCSB's sports.
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How Do the Latest Big West Changes Impact UCSB?

On Monday, the Big West announced the addition of two new teams to the conference in UCSD and CSUB, but how does this effect out UCSB Gauchos?
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The Secret Life of Jerseys: An Alum’s Quest to Rep UCSB Men’s Soccer

Life as a Gaucho doesn't last for just four years. Being a Gaucho last for a lifetime. Class of 1995 alum Mike Heid takes us through his journey for a UCSB men's soccer jersey.
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The Eagles Aren’t as Good as You Think, They’re Actually Better

Now beyond the halfway point of the NFL season, the Philadelphia Eagles have the best record in the league at 8-1. Staff writer Richard Benites, who is an avid Eagles fan, yes even before this season,...
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Boston Business: Welcome to the Winner’s Circle

Known for its winning history, the city of Boston is one of the nation's leading sports powerhouses in the world. Reporter Kendra Jackson makes her case as to why Boston is incomparable in the world o...
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