1. Bud Selig and the Oakland A's New Stadium: A Lack of Leadership and Courage

    Two years ago, while the Oakland Athletics ownership team of Lewis Wolff and John Fisher failed to gain approval for a brand new stadium in Fremont, CA, MLB Commissioner Bud ...

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  2. Lance Armstrong: Separating the Athlete from the Cancer Crusader

    Lance Armstrong is in a race to save his reputation as perhaps the greatest cyclist in history. There have been allegations from ex-teammates and former competitors that Armstrong ...

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  3. 2011 NHL Playoffs: San Jose Sharks Pull out a Tough One

    Sharks fans, back away from the ledge, there is no need to jump. The San Jose Sharks overcame a spirited effort by the Los Angeles Kings in Game 6 of the Western Conference Quarter-Finals to win the series four games to two...

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  4. 2011 NHL Playoffs: NHL Fails To Properly Discipline LA Kings' Jarret Stoll

    Game one of the Western Conference QuarterFinals between the Los Angeles Kings and the San Jose Sharks gave fans of both teams things to be happy about...

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  5. 2011 NHL Playoffs: Western Conference Keys To Victory

    The Western Conference playoff picture presents challenges for all teams. With the No. 8 seed being the defending champions, no team has an easy draw...

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  6. 2011 NHL Playoffs: San Jose Sharks vs. Los Angeles Kings Series Preview

    After an 82-game schedule where nothing seemed certain and certainly nothing was settled until the very last game of the NHL schedule, the playoff matchups are finally set...

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  7. San Francisco Dons Presented with Opportunity in CollegeInsider.com Tournament

    A roller-coaster season on the Hilltop started with a depressing start to the season with the Dons of San Francisco going 4-9 to open the season...

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  8. San Francisco Dons Basketball: Team of the Future Needs To Be Now

    For a University of San Francisco men's basketball team that fielded only one senior player, center Moustapha Diarra, the future looks big and bright on the Hilltop...

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  9. St. Mary's Gaels Should Get More Respect from the Media

    I sat down on my couch in front of a nice TV waiting to see the Toreros of San Diego take on No. 23 St. Mary's Gaels on ESPN...

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  10. USF Vs. St. Mary's WCC Showdown: A Tale Of Two Halves

    The St. Mary's Gaels showed the University of San Francisco Dons why they are the team to beat Saturday night at War Memorial Gym in San Francisco. A 14-2 St...

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  11. USF Dons Basketball: The Revival of a Once-Storied College Basketball Program

    I walked into a bustling War Memorial Gym on a pleasant Saturday evening on the University of San Francisco Campus about 15 minutes before tip-off...

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  12. Major League Baseball Needs New Owners, Not a Cap

    Those who read me regularly know me as a hockey writer. But I have another passion: baseball. Get me out to the Oakland Coliseum, put a coke in my hand and give me an Italian sausage with peppers and onions and I'll be happy as a clam...

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  13. San Jose Sharks Digging Their Own Grave

    If you are a Sharks fan reading this article, all I can say to possibly cheer you up is that the series is not over yet. The Chicago Blackhawks have won games one and two to take a solid 2-0 series lead, but it is first to four wins, not first to two...

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  14. Round 3: Sharks, Tell Us Who You Are

    Round 3 (*ding, ding!*) begins on Sunday for the San Jose Sharks as they will take on the second seed in the Western Conference, the Chicago Blackhawks...

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  15. San Jose Sharks Take a Bite Out of Hockeytown

    The San Jose Sharks needed five games to take down the Detroit Wings. That's right, the San Jose Sharks won the series, and yes, it took just five games...

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  16. Sharks Off to Detroit: The Series Shifts

    Sharks fans have a reason to be happy-happy. Two games and two wins against the deadly Detroit Red Wings who have given the Sharks regular season and playoff fits for 19 years. The Sharks have played smart...

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  17. Battle Of Schemes: McLellan Vs Babcock

    Patience and perseverance. These are the two things the Sharks used to overcome the upstart Colorado Avalanche in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs...

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  18. Not Time to Panic Yet

    Sharks fans, please, back away from the ledge. Do not jump off the Golden Gate, Bay, or Dumbarton Bridge. Things will be a-ok provided a couple of things happen...

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  19. Game 2: Ready, Set, Go!

    There are 8 hours between now and when the Sharks and Avs take to the ice for game 2 of the Western Conference Quarter-Finals. Game one was a 20/40 game. What does that mean? Well, the Sharks played 20 minutes worth of hockey and 40 minutes worth of...

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  20. Sharks Vs. Colorado: Should The Sharks Be Scared?

    Another year, another high playoff ranking, and another opponent that we should beat. It sounds all too familiar doesn't it? Outside of last year's first round upset at the hands ...

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