1. Saint Mary's Gaels: 2012 West Coast Conference Regular Season Champions

    The streak is over. With their 67-60 win over the University of San Francisco, the St. Mary’s Gaels won the West Coast Conference regular season title outright...

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  2. NCAA Basketball: Saint Mary's vs. Murray State with Holt, Dellavedova Injured

    Saint Mary’s lost their first home game of the season this past Wednesday against Loyola Marymount University...

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  3. Saint Mary's demolishes Gonzaga in West Coast Conference rivalry

    The students stormed the court. But it certainly didn’t feel like an upset. The Saint Mary’s Gaels dismantled West Coast Conference powerhouse No...

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  4. Northern Iowa vs. St. Mary's: What the 57-41 Win Taught Us About the Gaels

    Saint Mary’s beat Northern Iowa 57-41 as part of ESPN’s 24-hour tip-off marathon. St. Mary's is a team that was eliminated in the first round of the NIT last season ...

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  5. San Diego Padres: A Look at the 2011 Starting Rotation

    During the reign of Kevin Towers, and especially since their move to PETCO park, the Padres have been known as a team with good pitching and a below average and boring offense. Games of 1-0, 2-1, etc...

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  6. Saint Mary's Beats USF, Sits Comfortably Atop the West Coast Conference

    With their 86-68 away win over the University of San Francisco, Saint Mary’s College of California men’s basketball moves their record to 10-1 in conference (22-4 overall)...

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  7. Positions the San Diego Chargers Should Focus On in the 2011 NFL Draft

    While the possibility of a lockout looms, the NFL Draft will happen in April regardless. Here is a breakdown of positions the Chargers will most likely concentrate on...

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  8. 2011 Baseball Preview: Why the San Diego Padres Will Surprise You (Again)

    With spring training around the corner, coupled with being snowed in here in Little Rock, Arkansas, I thought it’d be a perfect time for my take on the Padres in 2011. The 2011 opening day lineup will most likely look similar to this: 1...

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  9. Saint Mary's Under The Radar, Atop The WCC

    With Saturday’s 81-76 win over the University of Oregon, Saint Mary’s quietly remains atop the West Coast Conference in overall standings. Before the season started, nobody was expecting much out of Saint Mary’s College...

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  10. San Diego Chargers: Position Battles To Look Forward to During Camp

    After a turbulent 2008 season, there are several positions on the Chargers' roster that appear up for grabs: defensive end, inside linebacker, right guard, and strong safety...

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  11. What Can Chargers Fans Expect From the AFC West This Season?

    The San Diego Chargers made the playoffs last season by going 8-8. While without a doubt they are still the favorites to win the division in 2009, the Broncos and Chiefs are by no means auto-wins, as both have the capability to finish around ...

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  12. The San Diego Chargers: Haves and Needs Going Into the 2009 NFL Draft

    The 2008 San Diego Chargers turned a disappointing regular season, where they finished 8-8, into a respectable postseason run, ultimately losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the second round...

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  13. Padres-Dodgers: What Can Padres Fans Take from Opening Day?

    I know it's only the first game...but here are some thoughts on Opening Day pertaining to the San Diego Padres: The Negatives Well, Jake Peavy gave up four runs, three earned, in seven innings of work (because of his own error)...

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  14. Why Baseball is the Best Sport...Ever

    With the start of the 2009 baseball season officially kicking off today when the World Champ Philadelphia Phillies play host to the Atlanta Braves, I would like to give a manifesto of sorts to ...

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  15. Padres Have Many Question Marks, but Ability to Turn Some Heads

    The Padres are projected by most accounts to finish fifth in the NL West this season and be one of the worst teams in the majors. However, there are still reasons for hope...

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