Monday, January 31, 2011
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The CS-Fullerton dance team are 10-time national champions and it's easy to see why. The Titan band is also one of the best in the Big West.
UC-Riverside is a Big West rival of the Gauchos. Let's hope their players don't shoot like this against UCSB in their game at Riverside on February 10.
Sunday, January 23, 2011
Thursday, January 20, 2011
This video highlights Big West Conference archrivals LBSU 49ers against CSF Titans. The Titans defeated the 49ers 89 - 87. The UCSB Gauchos invade Titan Gym in Fullerton this Saturday at 6 pm.
This article pertains to UCSB's record attendance figures in Men's Soccer. While it is unrelated to the Gauchos Men's Basketball program, it is indicative of how much impact Gaucholocos can have on fan support and attendance. Go out and support all Gaucho intercollegiate programs, including the soccer and basketball teams. They are NCAA playoff-caliber teams, and the fan experience will yield great memories which will last a lifetime.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Check out highlights of CSF, the Gauchos' next opponent against UCR, the Gauchos' most recent opponent. The Titans ended up beating the Highlanders at Riverside in overtime, 83 - 77.
Cal Poly-UC Santa Barbara Matchups Set to be TelevisedSAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – The Cal Poly and UC Santa Barbara athletics departments, in conjunction with KSBY-TV and KCOY-TV, jointly announced late Wednesday afternoon that both of the Blue-Green Rivalry men’s basketball matchups between the Mustangs and Gauchos will be televised live along the central coast this season. The opening game of the 2010-11 Blue-Green Rivalry series, scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 27 at 7:05 p.m. inside Cal Poly’s Mott Gym, will be carried by KSBY-TV. ...
Monday, January 17, 2011
Sunday, January 16, 2011
This game involved two Big West Conference opponents who the Gauchos have lost to already: Long Beach State and University of Pacific. LBSU's Tristan Wilson launched a halfcourt shot to beat the first-half buzzer. The shot proved pivotal as the 49ers won 70 - 69.
Saturday, January 15, 2011
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Tuesday, January 11, 2011
The Old Spice spoof with Justin Joyner is getting some run with ESPN and Yahoo.
Monday, January 10, 2011
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Wednesday, January 5, 2011
As each conference gets started with games by Saturday, it’s a good time to look at who is likely to win each of the 32 D-I leagues. I’ve run the season 10,000 times using the current ratings and then recorded how many times each team finished at the top of its conference. If teams shared the top spot, I gave them the appropriate fraction for that trial. (Because of these fractions and the rounding I do at the end, totals for each conference may not add up to exactly 10,000. Also, some teams can be listed as having zero titles because they were involved in a single multi-team tie for the top spot.)
The count listed for the favorite is going to be somewhat inflated since it assumes that the team’s current rating will remain constant for the remainder of the season. But everyone’s level of play is going to change, and it’s more likely that one of the three or four contenders in each conference will improve than it is for the favorite itself to improve.
What follows is the list of teams that won at least one simulation for each conference season. This is presented in order of least to most competitive races. This is Part 1. Part 2 will contain the more interesting races.
21. Big West
Long Beach St. 7308 UC Santa Barbara 1596 Pacific 970 UC Davis 55 UC Irvine 51 Cal St. Northridge 8 Cal St. Fullerton 7 Cal Poly 5
Long Beach State has already beaten UCSB on the road. Thus, they’ve assumed the clear favorite role.