CBS' Greg Gumbel had an unfortunate slip of the tongue on the first big day of the NCAA Tournament, saying St. Louis beat "New Mexican State". At least he wasn't calling them "New Mexico" like analyst Dan Bonner kept doing during the game.
Austin Hoff scored a natural hat trick, including the game-winner, as the El Paso Rhinos swept the Phoenix Knights out of the Thorne Cup Playoffs with a 5-1 win in Game Two of the best-of-three series Saturday night.
A North American throwdown that doesn't involve the United States? Just call it Sheriff Joe Arpaio's dream investigation -- Mexicans and Canadians fighting in his jurisdiction! At the World Baseball Classic being held in Phoenix, Mexico threw at Canadian batters leading to a bench-clearing brawl. Talk about easy pickin's for a busybody local lawman who takes his immigration status seriously. They're even wearing team colors!
(RIO RANCHO, NM) -- Rhinos goalie Alex Palumbo turned away all 27 New Mexico Renegades shot to earn his fourth shutout in eight starts and El Paso's special teams were dominant in a 9-0 win that eliminates the Renegades from playoff contention.
(RIO RANCHO, NM) -- Though the New Mexico Renegades are playing for the playoff lives, the El Paso Rhinos outshot their hosts, 53-24, and dominated throughout for a 6-1 win Friday night. Listen to Saturday's and Sunday's games on 600 ESPN El Paso.
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