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Update: Watney one back at the Players Championship

After holding a one-stroke lead after first-round play of the Players Championship, former Bulldog great Nick Watney is still very much in the hunt after shooting a 1-under 71 in round two. Watney opened the day with a birdie on ...

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Watney atop leaderboard at the Players Championship

Former Fresno State All-American Nick Watney fired in an 8-under 64 in first-round play of the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., and currently sits one stroke ahead of the pack. Watney has had an up-and-down ...

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Keep up to date with Middle Eastern protests

The New York Times has a pretty cool feature on their website showing how the Middle East protests are affecting each country.

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New zodiac sign

If you haven't seen what's buzzing around on the internet today, you should check it out. The Earth's alignment has decided to make a few changes. Astronomer Parke Kunkle used some maths and decided we need a 13th Zodiac sign, along with changes to everyone else.

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An early look at 2011

With the 2010 season in the books, lets take an early look and preview at the 2011 football season. I know its a bit early, but spring ball is just three to four months away. The Bulldogs lose a quartet ...

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The rise and fall of marriage

To live with a partner, have premarital sex or raise children out of wedlock was once frowned upon. But as Generation X replace the Baby Boomers, the conservative attitude toward marriage has been radically liberalized. There are fewer marriages, more divorces, less children and more couples living together today, than in 1960--when the percentage of Americans married with children was at an all-time high.

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R.I.P. Leslie Nielsen

The great straight man Leslie Nielsen has passed away.

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Letdown for ‘Dogs?

BOISE, IDAHO–Now is not the time for a letdown. Fresno State is known to have major letdowns, especially when the team comes off a deflating, heartbreaking loss. Five years ago today, the No. 16 Bulldogs made the 277-mile trip to ...

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Touched down in Boise

Boise, Idaho— It’s the first time in Boise, Idaho for fellow co-sports editor Vongni Yang, online sports reporter Megan Morales and I. It’s cold, it’s wet and above all else, it’s spirited. We touched down in Boise at around 10 ...

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On-field runner during Nevada game

The tension was high in Bulldog stadium last Saturday, but one outstanding moment that literally stripped the night of the pressure has become an overnight youtube sensation. Our very own Chris Rios caught the runner in action–showing that alcohol and ...

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Reasons why Fresno State lost to Nevada

OK, so here is the side story to the Fresno State-Nevada game that we didn’t run in the paper because we ran out of space, so I’ll put it up here and  I’ll give my reasons why I think Fresno ...

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Try to fix the U.S. deficit

You can try your hand at fixing the U.S. deficit at The New York Times here.

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No Shave November

The word movement means many things to many people. To some, the word movement may flash an image of Martin Luther King Jr.'s path to civil rights. To others, the word movement may strike a chord to an early LCD Soundsystem single.

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Election 2010 coverage

There's no better place to get your election coverage than right here at The Collegian online. Will Republicans take back control of Congress? Will Meg Whitman upset Jerry Brown in the race for governor of California? Will Prop 19 pass? Find out these questions and more tonight. This space will be updated all night, so make sure to check back to see the latest.

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If you think this election season has been nasty…

If you think this election season has been nasty, then you don't know your history.

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Go University Express

Go University Express is a transit for college students. The shuttle service will take you to one California State University campus to the next. The best part is the price. For $25 Go University Express will take you from point A to point B. For $40 Go University Express will take you from point A to point B, and back.

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Why Spartan Stadium fails

In 2007, the Hawaii Warriors dismantled the San Jose Spartans. During the post game interview former Hawaii Head Coach June Jones said “Spartan Stadium is an embarrassment for a Division 1 field.” Calling the conditions “atrocious.”

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Robot Unicorn Attack

For the last two months, students have been pushing aside homework, skipping class and pulling all-nighters in the name of “Robot Unicorn Attack.”

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