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Causeway Classic: The Warm-Up

Causeway Classic: The Warm-Up

My name is Paulo Camacho, and this is Macho Sports. There is nothing quite like a good college football rivalry. With its sights, sounds and traditions, the classic college football rivalry takes a life of its own. The epic competitions between schools are passed down from generation to generation, and offer its students the kind […]

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It is a tall, yet inconspicuous building, tucked away in a small corner of Davis. You would probably only know it was there, at first glance, from the distinct logo: a rock climber in full gear, posing in the middle of a purple triangle. While it may not look like much from the outside, it is probably, for many Davis residents, one of the most well-known and beloved establishments in the city

Crankin’ the Rocknasium

It is a tall, yet inconspicuous building, tucked away in a small corner of Davis. You would probably only know it was there, at first glance, from the distinct logo: a rock climber in full gear, posing in the middle of a purple triangle. While it may not look like much from the outside, it […]

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Band-Uh! (Part II)

Band-Uh! (Part II)

  My name is Paulo Camacho, and this is Macho Sports. It was the night before the big game. Many students and residents were gathered by the downtown train station, in a yearly tradition to welcome the alumni. As the crowd waited for the train to come in, out came the Band-uh, in their customary […]

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Homecoming & Band-Uh

Homecoming & Band-Uh

My name is Paulo Camacho, and this is Macho Sports. Pride, spirit and tradition. In the city of Davis, one of its most celebrated institutions has offered an abundance of all three. They have been around for as long as Davis has had a university, and provide a source of inspiration for the many sports […]

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UCD in D-I: 7 Years Later

UCD in D-I: 7 Years Later

Was it worth it? As an alumni from UC Davis, and an avid sports fan, it’s a question I sometimes find myself asking, on and off, for seven years. I was asking myself that very same question after watching the Aggies lose to the Portland State Vikings, 41-33, coming agonizingly close to pulling out the […]

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It’s that time of year, again. That time of year when the leaves change, the weather inevitably cools down, and football fans come out of the woodwork to cheer for their favorite teams. Donned in their jerseys, face paint and foam fingers, football fans have shown that they are among the most passionate and dedicated in American sport.

Monday Night at The Grad

It’s that time of year, again. That time of year when the leaves change, the weather inevitably cools down, and football fans come out of the woodwork to cheer for their favorite teams. Donned in their jerseys, face paint and foam fingers, football fans have shown that they are among the most passionate and dedicated […]

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