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USF's basketball team had lost two games in a row when tempers flared at a Nov. 19 practice and senior Cody Doolin and sophomore Tim Derksen engaged in a brief scuffle. How did USF coach Rex Walters respond? "Walters said, 'You can either practice or
It began with the announcement by the University of Missouri's star defensive end, Michael A...That's a term in common use this time of year when college undergrads leave behind their senior year to enter the NFL draft. This was not the case with Sam;
A couple of years ago I went to The Orleans during the West Coast Conference basketball tournament when the WCC was holding its Hall of Fame breakfast...At first I thought it was just a big guy with a full head of gray hair and a strident voice and a
The kids cock an elbow, some at goofy angles, and wait for the next cue. And within minutes, Greene and the kids have built a random series of movements into an interpretive dance about an urban raccoon dueling with a trash can. Spoiler alert: it has
To let the courts dry off from the previous night's rain fall, the match started an hour late at 2 p.m...City College's two best singles players, Elsie Woo and Savannah Hayes, played against Santa Rosa's Kelli Kingsborough and Angel Tran...The match
entered eternal life on January 31, 2014, at the Presentation Motherhouse in San Francisco. A native of San Jose, California, Sister Jude was born on July 9, 1929, and was a Sister of the Presentation for sixty seven years. Sister Jude leaves her
It's an unusual sweepstakes that was announced in a tweet Wednesday. The prize? Two people will win a meeting with President Obama, with hotel and airfare paid...It's a pitch usually associated with trips to Hawaii or retail promotions, not politics.
The victory came in large part due to the Dons' 41-24 rebounding advantage over the Broncos, a fitting performance on Ollie Johnson Night, which celebrated the USF career of the second all-time rebounder and included the retirement of his jersey.
Jan. 14, 2014 Resident of San Jose Phyllis Geraldine Devich passed away peacefully at 3:15 a.m. at the young age of 80 after a long struggle with cancer. Her final days were spent surrounded by family and friends that Phyllis had touched in some way
It didn't take long for Lee's supporters to begin touting the figure as fact; soon after the poll appeared on SFGate.com on Dec. Guardian's website as the answer to any criticism of Mayor Lee, his policies, or the city's eviction and gentrification