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CSUN men’s basketball faces second Pac-10 opponent

After a forgetful season-opening pounding at UCLA, the Matadors continue their tough non-conference schedule when they travel north to face the defending Pac-10 regular season champions UC Berkeley at Haas Pavilion tonight. When CSUN head coach Bobby Braswell was reminded that his young team’s second opponent of the season will be the Golden Bears in […]

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Bruins beat down Matadors: CSUN’s game-opening 15-0 deficit at UCLA leads to blowout in the 2010-11 season opener

Bruins beat down Matadors: CSUN’s game-opening 15-0 deficit at UCLA leads to blowout in the 2010-11 season opener

The Matadors’ final shot of their first regular season game in 2010-11 resulted in a jump shot from freshman Aqeel Quinn that didn’t graze the rim, drawing the Bruin student section to chant “airball, airball.” Quinn’s airball jumper summed up CSUN’s night against UCLA, losing 83-50 Friday at Pauley Pavilion in the season opener for […]

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The Matadors slow start ends in a blow out at UCLA

The Matadors slow start ends in a blow out at UCLA

The Matadors final shot of their first regular season game in 2010-11 resulted in a jump shot from freshman Aqeel Quinn that didn’t graze the rim, drawing the Bruin student section to chant “airball, airball.” Quinn’s airball jumper summed up the Matadors night against UCLA losing 83-50 Friday night at Pauley Pavilion in the season […]

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Matadors hoping for bounce back season

CSUN was set up to fail last season. Well, not exactly, but according to head coach Bobby Braswell, last year’s team was expecting to be handed another Big West Conference championship after winning two consecutive titles. “Coming off back-to-back championships and a run to the NCAA Tournament, sometimes if you’re not careful guys will come […]

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Daniel leaves foolish ways behind to lead CSUN

Last season, Lenny Daniel’s passion to win was both harmful and helpful for the Matadors. It was as if CSUN had its own basketball version of Randy Moss, Daniel’s favorite athlete growing up. Similar to how Moss is viewed in the NFL, Daniel is one of the top talents in the Big West Conference. He […]

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CSUN men’s basketball starts season at historic UCLA

Eight Matador freshmen will be thrown into the fire from the get-go as they start off their careers against a team with 11 national championships. Along with the diaper dandies, CSUN will have seven returnees when they head into historic Pauley Pavilion Friday night to face UCLA in the season opener for both teams.  “I’m […]

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CSUN men’s basketball beats Redlands in exhibition game

It was clear that last season’s loss at Cal Poly was still in Raymond Cody’s mind. Cody was at the free throw line Jan. 23 with a chance to give CSUN a one-point lead, with just 17 seconds left in regulation. However, Cody missed both shots to give the Mustangs a 73-72 victory. This time […]

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Cody leads CSUN past Redlands in exhibition play

It was clear that last season’s loss at Cal Poly was still in Raymond Cody’s mind. Cody was at the free throw line with a chance to give CSUN a one-point lead with 17 seconds left in regulation. However, Cody missed both shots to give the Mustangs a 73-72 victory on Jan. 23. This time […]

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Reformed Matadors host Bulldogs in exhibition game

Coming off their first 20-loss season since the 1995-96 campaign has made some of the Matadors look for any reason to forget about last year’s miseries. Senior forward Lenny Daniel is using the new uniforms for the upcoming 2010-11 season as a sign for a clean slate. “We are trying to turn a new leaf,” […]

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Cardinals will soar in weak NFC west

The race for the Super Bowl XLV championship is as wide open as ever. We will sort out the pretenders from the contenders, starting with NFC West and AFC West. St. Louis Rams – The Rams are coming off a horrendous season, where they went 1-15, the bright side is that paved the way for […]

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March Sadness!

Anaheim — During a timeout with 38 seconds left in the Matadors’ Big West Tournament matchup against Cal State Fullerton, CSUN head coach Bobby Braswell huddled his players up to draw up the next play.  Senior Vincent Cordell decided to isolate himself from the pack. With CSUN trailing 81-71, the frustrated Cordell sat on the […]

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On senior night the Matadors fall to Pacific, 66-47, at the Matadome

On senior night the Matadors closed out the regular season by handing their conference nemesis, Pacific, a share of the Big West regular season title after getting crushed 66-47 at the Matadome on Saturday night. “They came out aggressive and they were playing for the championship,” said Mark Hill, who was one of six senior […]

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