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‘Eaters Fall: Still Big West Champs

After riding on a five-game winning streak and its last win against 16th-ranked California State University Long Beach just two days before, the ninth-ranked UC Irvine women's water polo team fell 7-5 to 13th-ranked California State University Northridge at the Anteater Aquatics Complex on Saturday. With the loss, UCI failed to grab sole poession of the regular season conference title, but will share that distinction with UC Davis and CSUN. The Anteaters now drop to a record of 4-1 (20-9 overall) in the Big West Conference.

Give Him a Break: Michael Vick Should Be Given a Second Chance.

THE D-TRAIN: Everyone makes mistakes. Whether or not the individual can learn from the consequences is entirely up to them. But when you disregard someone who has literally redefined the quarterback position, infusing agile dexterity into what used to be a conventional drop-back-to-pass formula, it doesn't seem like the most logical thing to do. Despite his legal issues, especially his role in a dog fighting operation that created a stir nationwide, Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick deserves a second chance.

Water Polo Wins One, Loses One

WATER POLO: In a tough week at the Anteater Pool, women's water polo beats Long Beach, loses to Berkeley.

Men’s Tennis Preview: Looking Ahead

TENNIS: Men's team looks to bounce back after 0-2 start behind freshman Steve Henderson.

Fresh & Undersized: No Big Deal

BASKETBALL: Freshman Eric Wise's height has not stopped him from competing with the best.

UFC: The Next World Sport?

MARTIAL ARTS: The New University takes an in-depth look at the UFC craze, and into what lies ahead for the sport.

Women’s Soccer Plays to a Scoreless Tie

SOCCER: Women's team plays to a scoreless tie against CSUN at Anteater Stadium on Thursday night.

Men’s Singles Impress

TENNIS: Khumpol Isarra and Steven Henderson impress at the Pre-Regional Tournament in singles events.

T. I. Is Still the King of the South

Atlantic and Grand Hustle recording artist T.I., infamously known as the "King of the South," has done it again with his most poignant and potent LP to date: "Paper Trail," the follow-up to his 2007 platinum-certified "T.I. vs. T.I.P."

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