Davis City Council discussing plan for potential sports complex
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Davis City Council discussing plan for potential sports complex

Mayor Brett Lee explains necessary steps before process can begin  The Davis City Council is currently looking into the possibility of building a new sports complex. The council…

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UFC 249 defies pandemic practices
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UFC 249 defies pandemic practices

Event goes on despite heavy criticism, satisfies sports-hungered fans Advertised as one of the most stacked cards in recent history, UFC 249 brought an official end to the…

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Greatest Of All Time?
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Greatest Of All Time?

“The Last Dance” inspires The Aggie to examine the GOAT debate Sports debates of all kinds seem to exist in a never-ending cycle. When it comes to the…

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New Esports Digital Recreation Program launched
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New Esports Digital Recreation Program launched

Gunrock Gaming, Campus Recreation team up to bring Esports program to UC Davis In light of the recent shift to remote learning and the precautions taken to minimize…

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The end of an era: Tom Brady’s move from New England to Tampa Bay
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The end of an era: Tom Brady’s move from New England to Tampa Bay

Brady leaves Patriots after 20 seasons, joined by former teammate Gronkowski One of the biggest headlines from this year’s NFL offseason is Tom Brady’s transition from the New…

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UC Davis beach volleyball reflects on shortened second season
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UC Davis beach volleyball reflects on shortened second season

Team remains positive, sets goals for next year The UC Davis beach volleyball team had just started to find its confidence when its second season as a program…

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Boom or bust: Ranking the three best and three worst NFL drafts of all time
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Boom or bust: Ranking the three best and three worst NFL drafts of all time

A look back while the 2020 draft dominates amid global sports shutdown The 2020 NFL Draft was held from April 23–25, and the anticipation going into it was…

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Processing an unexpected end to the UC Davis women’s water polo season
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Processing an unexpected end to the UC Davis women’s water polo season

Senior standout Emily Byrne discusses cancellation, plans moving forward Following the decision to cancel all sporting events due to concerns over the spread of the novel coronavirus, student-athletes…

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Physical education classes transition to online learning model
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Physical education classes transition to online learning model

Fitness classes adapt to provide students with physical activity through distant learning With the shift to online learning for Spring Quarter and summer sessions, many classes have had…

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2020 Olympics becomes latest domino to fall amid pandemic
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2020 Olympics becomes latest domino to fall amid pandemic

2020 Olympics becomes latest domino to fall amid pandemic With the uncertain future that lies ahead for the country and the world, major events have been canceled or…

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Sports Networks, without the sports
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Sports Networks, without the sports

Media giants try to navigate world of pandemic cancellations It has been over a month since the sports world shut down in the face of the ongoing coronavirus…

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Arena and stadium staff out of work amid sports shutdown
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Arena and stadium staff out of work amid sports shutdown

How organizations and athletes plan to provide compensation for lost wages As the nation continues to grapple with the unpredictable events brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, millions…

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UC Davis to allow spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility
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UC Davis to allow spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility

Decision follows NCAA adjustments of eligibility rules  On March 30, the National Collegiate Athletic Association released a statement that it would allow schools to offer an extension of…

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A Hero’s Odyssey: Jake Maier’s rise to Aggie football glory
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A Hero’s Odyssey: Jake Maier’s rise to Aggie football glory

How UC Davis’ all-time leading passer bet on himself to live out his college football dreams Sometimes, we never know where a single choice may take us.  Four…

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Champions to Asterisks*
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Champions to Asterisks*

The Astros’ cheating scandal inspires heckling, unites fan bases Before the coronavirus became the daily conversation worldwide and suspended all events, the baseball world was gearing up for…

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