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4th & Forever NFL Mock Draft Special

Georgia Bulldogs running back Todd Gurley (3) leaps over a Tennessee defender during the second quarter at Sanford Stadium Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 in Athens, Ga. The Bulldogs won 35-32. (Brant Sanderlin/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/MCT)

Kenneth Berry

April 27, 2015

On this episode of 4th & Forever, Pete D. Camarillo and Kenneth Berry reveal their own mock drafts while Jordan Ball analyzes their choices and throws in some predictions and insight of his own. Sit back and enjoy the trio's heated and informative draft talk and view the guys' mock drafts below...

Men’s Basketball: CSUN’s reaction to Taelin Webb’s announcement

Taelin Webb, played aggressive defense, pressuring his opponents to make unforced errors during the Matadors game against the Vikings. Photo Credit: Kelly Rosales/Contributor

Kenneth Berry

April 16, 2015

[View the story "Freshman guard Taelin Webb announces he will transfer from CSUN" on Storify]...

Stoppage Time Episode 6: Raw and Unedited

Stoppage Time Episode 6: Raw and Unedited

Kenneth Berry

March 19, 2015

@ReporterVince, @BetterCaIISauI, @KobeInThe4th This week, on the greatest soccer podcast (produced by the Sundial) known to humankind in the history of all things, Vince, Dezz and a resurrected Leo fumble around with the whole studio recording situation because their talented, innovative and virile...

Upcoming Sports Games

Kenneth Berry

January 19, 2015

Wednesday: January 21: Men's Volleyball at Pepperdine at 7 p.m.Thursday: January 22: Women's Basketball at 7 p.m. at UC IrvineMen's Basketball vs. UC Irvine at the Matadome at 7 p.m. Broadcast on ESPN3 Friday: January 23: Women's Water Polo UCSB Winter Invite at Santa Barbara: vs. Arizona State at 3:...

Whether it’s TKO’s or Body Blows, these Matadors are Becoming an Unstoppable Force

Kenneth Berry

January 19, 2015

Last year, the CSUN Matadors Boxing Club sent six boxers to Miami, Florida, where four made the finals and two became champions of the 152 pound men and women's divisions. That’s the epitome of going zero to 100 real quick. Giovanna Miranda, 21-year-old junior and deaf studies major, has ...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN loses first game of 2015 Big West Conference play to UC Davis

File photo/ The Sundial

Kenneth Berry

January 10, 2015

Done in by sloppy turnovers and lack of execution, the Matadors (10-5, 0-1 Big West) lost to the UC Davis Aggies (6-7, 1-0 Big West) 60-49 on Thursday night, making them the last team in the Big West conference to lose at home this season. A fast-paced first half featured both teams shooting lights ...

The New NBA Model

Long gone are the days of a single superstar carrying an NBA team to championships. Photo courtesy of Tribune News Services.

Kenneth Berry

December 12, 2014

The maxim that everything that lives will eventually die is a numbing pill swallow; however, the ironic realization of this is that humans fight it till the day we expire. Thus is the same in the NBA. The days of Showtime and Jordan are over and are never going to be seen again. The nostalgia of th...

Buckets in Bunches Episode Two: Franchise Player and the Atlantic Division

The crew talks about the Atlantic Division and Carmelo comes into the conversation when defining a franchise player. Photo courtesy of Tribune News Services.

Kenneth Berry

December 2, 2014

Kenneth Berry is back with Alex Vejar and Andrew Martinez as they discuss what makes a franchise player in the NBA. The guys also run through the Atlantic Division, the different paths of Carmelo Anthony and Jason Kidd in new situations, and finish with some Lakers discussion....

Women’s Basketball: CSUN’s historic start capped off by winning Radisson Hotel Chatsworth Thanksgiving Basketball Classic

Guard, Janae Sharpe, ended the night with 15 points against TSU on Nov. 29. Photo Credit: Kelly Rosales/Contributor

Kenneth Berry

December 1, 2014

Lead by Tournament MVP and Senior center Camille Mahlknecht, the CSUN women’s basketball team defeated the Texas Southern Lady Tigers, 63-50 to be crowned champions of the 2014 Radisson Hotel Chatsworth Thanksgiving Basketball Classic, advancing to (6-0) on the season, Nov. 29 at the Matadome....

NBA should consider realignment of Conferences: Column

The Memphis Grizzlies relocating to the East makes a lot of sense for the NBA. Photo courtesy of Tribune News Services.

Kenneth Berry

November 25, 2014

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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