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Red-Hot Riverside Dusts Gauchos on the Road

In a rare mishap, the men's basketball team dropped it's second straight game in a row 71-54 to a streaking Highlander squad.
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Mavs Stock Up on European Talent

A maverick is someone who is independent and a nonconformist — some might even say rebellious. In pop culture, mavericks are often associated with the cowboys of the wild southwest. An NBA team from...
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NBA Media Circus Seeks Views, Ignores Truth About Stars

The media's job is not to speculate, to make up rumors or act like they're coming from a verified source
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No. 6 UCSB Claws Past No. 4 UCLA in Key Signature Victory

UCSB earns its ninth consecutive victory of the season following a narrow 3-2 win over national powerhouse UCLA.
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Gauchos End Two-Game Homestand with Conference Loss to UC Davis

The UCSB men's basketball team fell to the UC Davis Aggies 57-61 in a rare home loss to wrap up their short two-game homestand this weekend.
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Miller Guides Gauchos to Second Conference Win

Star guard Coco Miller put up a team-high 17 points in one of the most exciting games all year for the UCSB women's basketball team as they took down CSUN 61-60.
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No. 6 UCSB Steamrolls Ohio State at AVCA Showcase For 7th Straight Win

UCSB improves to 10-3 on the year following yet another impressive team performance leading to a 3-0 win over unranked Ohio State.
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Patriots Take Home the Lombardi Trophy Once Again

Staff writer Nate Zicherman breaks down the Patriots latest Super Bowl victory, how it stacks up against their prior championships, and what it means for the future of the NFL.
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No. 6 UCSB Puts 6-Match Win Streak on the Line at AVCA Showcase

The UCSB men's volleyball team will be looking to gain some momentum going into the start of Big West play as they face off against OSU and Penn State in their final non-conference games of the year.
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Gauchos Return Home, Look To Get Season Back on Track

Although they currently sit in last place in the conference, the Gauchos still have a chance to qualify for the Big West tournament. They'll need to get wins against two tough opponents in Davis and C...
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Max Heidegger Leads Gauchos to Solid Win Over CSUN

Max Heidegger had his first signature performance of the year, as his 26 points guided the Gauchos to a 70-64 victory over the Matadors.
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Gauchos Host CSUN and UC Davis in This Week’s Big West Doubleheader

The Gauchos get set to defend their home-court and second-place standing this week with games against CSUN and UC Davis.
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Gauchos Continue Four-Game Skid With Loss to UCR

After a tough 73-60 lose to the UC Riverside Highlanders, UCSB now sits in last place in the Big West and will need a big push to make it to postseason play.
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Heidegger, Sow Come Up Big in 75-54 Rout of Hawai’i

The Gauchos responded to a tough loss at home against first-place UC Irvine with a huge win on the road against the Hawaii Rainbow Wahine.
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Brady Poised To Take His Place as the Greatest of All Time

Sports editor Omar Hernandez begrudgingly makes a case for Tom Brady's status as the greatest of all time, and why this game might be the one to push him over the top.
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