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Fantasy Football Column: Players to pick up before Week 2

Fantasy Football Column: Players to pick up before Week 2

Ron Rokhy

September 11, 2012

The first week of fantasy football season shone light on both overlooked prospects and veterans alike who proved they can produce. Fantasy owners are often afraid to bench high draft picks in favor of waiver wire guys, but remember: players like Victor Cruz and Antonio Brown, who in their 2011-2012 camp...

Weekly Column: Dwight Howard has many masks, just ask around the NBA

Ron Rokhy

September 4, 2012

Ron Says: This offseason’s blockbuster trade among the Lakers, Sixers, Nuggets and Magic not only neutralized the point of last season’s lockout to spread out talent in the league, but also created another title-contending super team by adding the best center in the league to an already star-studded...

California Faculty Association votes in favor of strike in fall

California Faculty Association votes in favor of strike in fall

Ron Rokhy

May 2, 2012

Faculty across all 23 CSU campuses have approved a statewide strike if their demands for a new collective bargaining agreement after 22 months of not having one aren’t met. The results of the voting period, which lasted from April 16-27, came in yesterday at noon when Lillian Taiz, president of the California Faculty Ass...

Weekly Column: World Peace’s vicious elbow shows Artest still in there somewhere

Weekly Column: World Peace’s vicious elbow shows Artest still in there somewhere

Ron Rokhy

April 24, 2012

How many advocates of world peace can you name that have viciously struck a colleague in their professional setting? Hopefully, the answer is only one: Metta World Peace. Or should I revert back to calling him Ron Artest? Because his latest act of world peace, which had him hitting Oklahoma City...

Weekly Column: Kobe’s rest-case scenario: With playoffs looming on the horizon, Lakers better off being cautious with Bryant and resting him

Weekly Column: Kobe’s rest-case scenario: With playoffs looming on the horizon, Lakers better off being cautious with Bryant and resting him

Ron Rokhy

April 10, 2012

There’s a reason the Spurs’ Gregg Popovich is hailed as one of the greatest coaches of all time. Not only does he have four championship rings under his belt, but he’s also grinding out winning seasons with an injury-prone team that has little star power. But the most important aspect of his ...

Baseball: Stagnant offense spells loss at Santa Barbara

Baseball: Stagnant offense spells loss at Santa Barbara

Ron Rokhy

April 5, 2012

Despite coming off back-to-back games where they showed flashes of offensive prowess, the Matadors barely escaped being shut out as they fell 11-1 to UC Santa Barbara Thursday night at Ceasar Uyesaka Stadium as they start a three game road trip. Northridge struggled hitting as it finished the game with just six hits on a .187 batting average ...

Weekly Column: In Tebow they will trust: New York Jets will catch Tebow-mania, lose all hope in Mark Sanchez.

Weekly Column: In Tebow they will trust: New York Jets will catch Tebow-mania, lose all hope in Mark Sanchez.

Ron Rokhy

March 28, 2012

To make things simple and clear right off the bat: the New York Jets giving Mark Sanchez a five-year extension worth $60 million is a complete disaster. With Peyton Manning signing with Denver last Tuesday, the Broncos elected to ship Tim Tebow out of town, and unfortunately for Sanchez, he landed with the Jets – the perfect team to tak...

Weekly Column: Don’t trade Gasol: Time for fans to realize the All-Star power forward’s worth

Weekly Column: Don’t trade Gasol: Time for fans to realize the All-Star power forward’s worth

Ron Rokhy

March 13, 2012

This is mostly dedicated to the casual Laker fan bereft of actual basketball knowledge who only watches when the playoffs come around. Plastering everyone’s Facebook news feeds with “Trade Gasol!” after every bad game he has is not only something that could irreversibly harm the team if...

Weekly Column: Orlando’s time to get something in exchange for Howard running out

Weekly Column: Orlando’s time to get something in exchange for Howard running out

Ron Rokhy

February 29, 2012

With the NBA’s March 15 trade deadline quickly approaching, rumors have been flying about where the league’s most dominant big man, Dwight Howard, will end up. Unhappy with the Magic’s lack of effort to pair him with another superstar over the last couple of years, Howard has publicly stated ...

Weekly Column: Taking one too many shots: OKC guard Westbrook should leave scoring duties to Durant

Weekly Column: Taking one too many shots: OKC guard Westbrook should leave scoring duties to Durant

Ron Rokhy

February 21, 2012

Coming off back-to-back victories against the Denver Nuggets and New Orleans Hornets in which the Oklahoma City Thunder’s one-two punch of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combined for 91 and 62 points respectively, one thing was proven for sure: Westbrook shoots the ball too damn much. Durant, w...

Men’s volleyball: CSUN remains winless on the road, falls at UCSB

Men’s volleyball: CSUN remains winless on the road, falls at UCSB

Ron Rokhy

February 16, 2012

The Matadors (4-8, 2-6 MPSF) failed to earn their first win on the road Wednesday night as UCSB beat them 3-0 at Rob Gym. The Matadors are 0-6 away from the Matadome. Northridge, which also lost on Saturday against Stanford, finished the game with 31 kills compared to the Guachos’ 42. CSUN...

Weekly Column: Melo can’t co-exist with Lin

Weekly Column: Melo can’t co-exist with Lin

Ron Rokhy

February 14, 2012

With the emergence of Harvard University’s Jeremy Lin, the New York Knicks have a problem: Is the team big enough for three stars? Because it’s already not big enough for two. Last season, the Knicks made a blockbuster trade that sent Wilson Chandler, Raymond Felton, Timofey Mozgov, Danilo Gall...

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