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Bighorns' Record-Tying Night Leads to Win

Posted: 1:12 AM - The Bighorns made history Saturday night, when guard Dar Tucker tied the NBA Development League record for most points in a single game with 58. Tucker’s record-tying game led the Bighorns past the Texas Legends 161-127 at the Reno Events Center.

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Late Rally Falls Short as Utah State Tops Nevada,11-9

Updated: 03/28/2015 - The Nevada softball pushed two runs across in the bottom of the seventh but could not get past Utah State as the Aggies topped the Wolf Pack, 11-9, in the second game of a three-game set at Hixson Park on Saturday afternoon.

Jimmy Walker Leads Hometown Texas Open

Posted: 03/28/2015 - Jimmy Walker opened a four-stroke lead over fellow Texan Jordan Spieth, shooting a 3-under 69 on Saturday in his hometown Texas Open.

Pack Baseball Loses Opener in San Jose

Posted: 03/27/2015 - San José State scored a walk-off run on a bases-loaded hit by pitch to down No. 26 Nevada, 5-4, and take the series opener Friday at Municipal Stadium. The Spartans snapped their eight-game losing streak while halting the Wolf Pack’s eight-game win streak.

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    There wasn't a track on the schedule I enjoyed competing at more than Martinsville. It represents the origin of our sport; short track stock car racing. The skills needed to compete at the half-mile track are the same skills acquired as a young racer. Martinsville Speedway provides us with the purest form of racing: no drafting partners, no aero push, but rather a conventional approach of who can circle the paperclip-shaped track the quickest, while managing tire wear and rationing brake pads for at least 500 laps. Sprinkle into the equation repeated contact being made virtue of one's front bumper to another's rear, a few mood swings by a handful of drivers, and double-digit cautions throughout race ... it simply doesn't get any better than Martinsville. Three greatest challenges 1) Operating with 125 less horsepower will challenge drivers more this weekend than the previous 2015 events. Among the rules changes this year, the 125...
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