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UCLA Looks For One More Victory Against TCU

So we started the last game thread by talking about all the “firsts” we have been fortunate to experience this season. Team record for victories, hosting games for super regionals, setting strike out records (Trevor Bauer) and getting over that Fullerton hump. Well today UCLA baseball (50-14) can experience another first by getting themselves into […]

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Giants rookie Chad Jones hurt in New Orleans crash

Chad Jones, a two-sport star at LSU who was drafted by the New York Giants, underwent surgery for a broken left leg and ankle Friday following a dawn wreck in which his SUV smashed into a pole. “The surgery was successful,” said Jones father, Al, after emerging from the hospital on Friday evening. “The rehab […]

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Chicago Blackhawks Prospect Profile: Jeremy Morin

Bruce Bennett/Getty Images Since the start of the 2009-2010 year Chicago Blackhawks fans were anticipating that their team would need to move a massive amount of salary at the end of the season. Wednesday was the beginning of the Blackhawks salary movement as the Hawks shipped off fan favorite and playoff hero Dustin Byfuglien to […]

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Edmonton chooses Taylor Hall to begin NHL draft

The Edmonton Oilers selected forward Taylor Hall with the No. 1 pick in the NHL draft on Friday, finally ending a yearlong debate about the two best 18-year-old prospects in hockey. The league-worst Oilers chose Hall over fellow OHL forward Tyler Seguin on Friday, making the toughest call at the top of a draft in […]

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Jazz welcome Hayward back to Utah

Gordon Hayward hardly stopped grinning during his introduction as a member of the Utah Jazz. A lost bag on his flight to Salt Lake City and the unfriendly response by fans when the Jazz chose Hayward ninth in the draft werent nearly enough to discourage the forward from Butler. “Its all come so fast. It […]

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Doubles win for Davenport in Wimbledon comeback

Returning to Wimbledon gave Lindsay Davenport a slight case of stage fright. The three-time Grand Slam champion overcame her butterflies and teamed with Bob Bryan to win in the first round of mixed doubles Friday, beating Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi and Alla Kudryavtseva 7-6 (3), 6-3. The tournament is Davenports first since the 2008 U.S. Open, when […]

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Rod Thorn not talking about his future with Nets

Rod Thorn is giving some mixed signals about his future as president and general manager of the New Jersey Nets. Thorn gave a cryptic `well see” response and then laughed on Friday when asked when he would sign a new contract and how long he intended to stay on the job. “Thanks for asking,” Thorn […]

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