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Buckets in Bunches NBA Podcast

Buckets in Bunches NBA Podcast

Kenneth Berry, Allan Medina and Moises Ajanel tip-off a brand new NBA podcast. The trio go into some of the season’s underwhelming and overwhelming teams of the early NBA season. Listen up to hear what bold statements they say including the debate over the one seed in the Eastern Conference.

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NBA should consider realignment of Conferences: Column

NBA should consider realignment of Conferences: Column

The NBA is at a pivotal time in its history. With the rise of new stars in both conferences and the deterioration of once great franchise cornerstones like the Los Angeles Lakers (3-11), New York Knicks (4-12) and Boston Celtics, the league’s balance of power is up for grabs. It helps that teams like the […]

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Men’s Basketball: Matadors out of gas in OT loss to University of Arkansas- Little Rock

Men’s Basketball: Matadors out of gas in OT loss to University of Arkansas- Little Rock

CSUN comes up short in championship of EA Sports Maui Invitational

CSUN’s lack of depth on the bench proved to be a considerable factor in a 93-88 double overtime loss against the University of Arkansas-Little Rock (3-1) that saw four Matadors foul out of the game Nov. 23 in Arkansas. The contest against UALR was a back to back for the Matadors and the championship of […]

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Big West weary of NCAA stipends: Feature

Big West weary of NCAA stipends: Feature

Threatened with secession, the NCAA in August granted its most powerful conferences (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC) partial rule-making autonomy and thus solidifying their near-dominion over the embattled collegiate governing body. “Knowing the pressures that they were under, we had to be sensitive to that,” Big West Conference Commissioner Dennis Farrell said. […]

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CSUN Matador Bench Missing: Men’s Basketball

CSUN Matador Bench Missing: Men’s Basketball

Bulk of freshman class meant to bring depth yet to see playing time

Before the sixth game of the season, CSUN men’s basketball has yet to call on many of its new arrivals. Of the nine new additions to the 2014-15 roster, only three have debuted and over a third of the roster has never represented CSUN in an official contest. Freshman guards Micheal Warren, Miles Nolen-Webb, Jerron […]

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Women’s Volleyball: CSUN earns fourth consecutive sweep against UC Davis

Women’s Volleyball: CSUN earns fourth consecutive sweep against UC Davis

  The Matadors’ winning streak still has not let up after landing their fourth consecutive sweep during Saturday’s match against the UC Davis Aggies (25-14, 25-19, 25-23). The win against UC Davis (15-13, 10-5 Big West) sets the Matadors at 18-8 overall and 9-5 Big West. Leading the team was senior middle blocker Casey Hinger […]

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Thanksgiving Fantasy Football: A Heartwarming Meal

Thanksgiving Fantasy Football: A Heartwarming Meal

Happy Almost-Thanksgiving,  Matadors!  This is the time to remember and appreciate all the things we have to be thankful for, like Fantasy Football! Here is a list on what makes a successful Thanksgiving dinner, as well as a Fantasy Football playoff team.   The Turkey – Running Backs DeMarco Murray (Dallas Cowboys) Eddie Lacy (Green […]

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Women’s Basketball: CSUN takes out Portland Pilots, despite obvious flaws

Women’s Basketball: CSUN takes out Portland Pilots, despite obvious flaws

The CSUN Matadors managed to shoot down the University of Portland Pilots 45-41 and secure a four-game winning streak Friday night at the Matadome, despite poor shooting and play execution. Though CSUN managed a wire-to-wire victory against the Pilots, they shot at a lousy 24.6 percent for the game and at 11.5 percent in the second […]

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Women’s Volleyball: Matadors secure three game winning streak by defeating UC Riverside

Women’s Volleyball: Matadors secure three game winning streak by defeating UC Riverside

A winning streak is among the Matadors after defeating UC Riverside (25-16, 25-8, 25-11) in an away game on Thursday night. The Matadors (17-8, 8-5 Big West) have gotten into a stride with this game against UC Riverside (2-24, 0-14 Big West) being their third consecutive sweep. This win follows the Matadors’ 3-0 defeat of […]

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Football Friday: Oakland Raiders’ rant and Battle for Los Angeles

Football Friday: Oakland Raiders’ rant and Battle for Los Angeles

Pete opens the podcast with a rant about the Raiders and kills every football team in the process. Editor in Chief Andrew Martinez fills in for Shaka as he is on rest. The NFL and NCAA playoff picture continues to be outlined. Berry and Pete also place a wager on the Battle for Los Angeles […]

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Matador Fantasy Football Week 12

Matador Fantasy Football Week 12

  Ernesto Casillas and Conner Faulk preview week 12 of the NFL and bring you all the analysis and insight you need to know to win your fantasy matchup this week. The group also recalls Mike Evans being on their Hot 5 last week and discusses the fantasy potential of the Bengals players moving forward […]

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Women’s Basketball: CSUN Matadors secure 3-game streak with victory over BYU

Women’s Basketball: CSUN Matadors secure 3-game streak with victory over BYU

The Matadors remain undefeated for the season and racked up a three-game winning streak after beating out the Brigham Young University Cougars 63-54 Wednesday in their first away game for the season. The Matadors secured 48 rebounds and shot perfectly from the free-throw line to defeat a fellow conference champion Cougars for the first time in […]

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