UC Santa Barbara Gauchos

5th BIGW D-I | 3-12
  • Field Goal %
    347th
    37.1 FG%
  • 3-point %
    348th
    28.0 3P%
  • Points Scored
    349th
    955 Pts
  • Total Rebounds
    50th
    39.1 RPG
  • Jay Cutler body shamed after Kristin Cavallari posts vacation photos
    Chicago Tribune

    Jay Cutler body shamed after Kristin Cavallari posts vacation photos

    Jay Cutler was able to get away to Mexico last week to celebrate his wife's 30th birthday, but the Bears quarterback couldn't escape criticism as some social media users slammed his vacation body. "He looks so flabby," one Instagram user commented on a picture of Cutler, wearing a Nike tank top and shorts, on a boat with Kristin Cavallari. "Jay been eatin them pancakes!" wrote another. Cutler, 33, hasn't played for the Bears since injuring his shoulder in the Nov. 20 loss to the New York Giants. His future with the team is uncertain. In the meantime, he threw a surprise party at Fulton Market Kitchen in the West Loop for Cavallari, who turned 30 on Jan. 5. The couple, who wed in 2013 and raise three

  • White Sox prospect hits 110 mph on radar gun
    New York Post

    White Sox prospect hits 110 mph on radar gun

    The White Sox might not be missing Chris Sale for long because another flamethrower is on the horizon. Michael Kopech, one of four players the White Sox acquired from the Red Sox in the Sale trade,…

  • Did LeBron James Flop? Here’s What Physics Says
    Wired News

    Did LeBron James Flop? Here’s What Physics Says

    This is one of my jobs. When there is something that happens, I have to do an analysis—the internet needs me. In this case, it’s a hit between Draymond Green and LeBron James. Was it a hit, or did LeBron flop? I’m not the judge, I’m just going to present evidence. Collisions When an object interacts with another object (with zero external forces), this is called a collision. Here are some important physics ideas about collisions. When two objects collide, there is a force. Object 1 pushes on Object 2 with an equal magnitude force (but in an opposite direction). This is just part of the nature of forces. A net force changes the momentum of an object. The change in momentum depends on both the