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Young dancer Sandra Rothova from Slovakia competes in the preliminaries of the World Show Dance Championships in Riesa, Germany, Monday, Nov.25, 2013. Some 3,000 dancers from 31 countries will compete for the world champion titles in show dance and tap dance.  (AP Photo/Hendrik Schmidt/dpa) Christopher Anderson had 16 points and five assists for San Diego (6-1). Johnny Dee added 15 and Dennis Kramer has 10 and seven rebounds. The Toreros made 53.8 percent of their shots and their defense forced 13 turnovers. San Diegos five starters attempted 46 of its 52 shots. Kyle Cain had a game-high 21 points for UNC-Greensboro (3-3). Nicholas Paulos couldnt find the range, missing eight of his 10 3-point attempts. Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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San Diego housing prices up 21 percent from last year

In addition to the aforementioned devices and services, the building is also equipped with a passive fiber network to provide high-speed Internet access while using less power. We want a library of the future that is flexible, built for now and built for the future, said Deborah Barrow, San Diego library director. One of the early technology decisions we made was Optical LAN, a future-proof backbone to allow the library to expand as future changes occur. In a public building, the flexibility, the cost and the energy savings all need to be considered, and thats what weve done here. RELATED Super Wi-Fi Pilot Hits Libraries Around the Country As the needs and wants of people change, government adapts its services, and public libraries like San Diego's are a reflection of that. But maintaining a large network with many connected devices and a BYOD policy can be costly and difficult to manage in traditional settings, said John Hoover, senior product manager at Tellabs, the company that provided the librarys network infrastructure. Hoover said that even though the library is three times larger than the facility its replacing, and serving three times as many people, the crew that manages the technology infrastructure has not needed to grow. He emphasized the value of a passive optical network (PON) over both active optical networks and copper-based networks for PONs ability to reduce operating and capital costs, while also being easy to manage. Initial cost analyses show that the city will save 80 percent on operational costs, thanks to reduced power consumption granted by passive networking, Hoover said, while capital expenditures will be reduced between 50 and 70 percent. They can do that because of less moving parts, less electronics, and then its managed centrally from an open management system where you do things at a desktop computer, he said.
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Marvelle Harris had 17, Allen Huddleston came off the bench to add 15, Cezar Guerrero contributed 11 and Paul Watson and Karachi Edo each had 10 points. Monday's Photos of the day San Diego Christian (1-3) was scoreless, trailing 6-0, until Trevor English made a layup at the 16:02 mark. The Hawks did not score again until 9:34 remained in the initial period. Meanwhile Fresno State reeled off 13 straight points. The Bulldogs were ahead 44-20 at the half. Fresno State made 22 of 27 free throws while the Hawks were only 7-of-11 from the charity stripe. Rafael Rodriquez led San Diego Christian with 13 points.
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San Diego Chargers Position Grades vs. Kansas City Chiefs

There are no comments yet. Get the conversation started by leaving the first comment He finished fifth in the NL MVP voting and won both the Silver Slugger and Gold Glove awards at third. This season: A .250 average, 13 homers and 50 RBIs. TOP PROSPECT: RHP Matt Wisler, 21, was 10-6 with a 2.78 ERA in a season split between Class A Lake Elsinore and Double-A San Antonio. Although he didn't get a September call-up (the Padres don't have to add him to the 40-man roster this winter), Wisler will get a shot at making the rotation next spring. Expect to see him in the major leagues some time next season. PLAYER NOTES: --1B/OF Alex Dickerson was acquired by the Padres from the Pirates in a Nov. 25 trade that sent OF Jaff Decker and RHP Miles Mikolas to Pittsburgh.
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Placard The next play he gained another crucial 14 yards down the sideline. Woodhead also had a massive block on an Eddie Royal catch to start the fourth quarter. Fullback LeRon McClain had an average game. He had some very good blocks, but he also failed on some blocks. While Mathews needs to hold onto the ball better, his fumble can also partially be attributed to poor blocking, including McClain. The running backs, as a group, gained 103 rushing yards on 26 carries with two touchdowns. They also contributed seven receptions for 54 yards and one touchdown. GRADE: B Wide Receivers John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports Keenan Allen had a monster first half, hauling in eight catches for 104 yards. He was only thrown to one time in the second half, which he caught for a gain of 20 yards. It was the fourth game this season that Allen had 100 or more receiving yards, and the fifth game he caught five or more passes.
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Power Rankings: No. 15 San Diego Chargers

15 San DiegoChargers November, 26, 2013 Preseason ranking: 23 | Last Week: 18 | ESPN.com Power Ranking since 2002 The Chargers jumped three places to No. 15 on the strength of San Diegos road win at Kansas City. The Chargers return to Qualcomm Stadium for two straight games at home against Cincinnati (7-4) and the New York Giants (4-7). Both are winnable games. And if the Chargers can get the job done at home, they could head to Denver for a Thursday night game three weeks from now with a 7-6 record and in a good position to earn that final AFC wild-card spot. The Chargers are looking to build on the momentum created by last weeks surprising win over the Chiefs. San Diego played with an energy and passion that did not exist during the teams three-game losing streak. And it will be up to coach Mike McCoy to make sure his team shows up with that type of effort again on Sunday. We have made some mistakes at critical times in the game, McCoy said.
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San Diego State upsets Boise State in OT, 34-31

It was the Aztecs fourth overtime game this season, the most in the FBS and tied for most in FBS history. Boise State's Dan Goodale, who missed a 43-yard field goal as time expired in regulation, booted a 35-yard field goal giving Boise State a 31-28 lead on the first set of downs in the overtime. The Aztecs moved down the field behind the running of Adam Muema before Kaehler hooked up with Locklett for the game-winning score. The Aztecs, who trailed 28-21, tied the game with 4:04 left in the fourth quarter on a 41-yard punt return by Tim Vizzi. It was the Aztecs first punt return for a touchdown since 2002. Boise State quarterback Grant Hedrick, who was limited to just 39 yards passing in the first half, threw two touchdown passes to help the Broncos wipe out a 14-7 Aztec lead and give the Broncos a 21-14 advantage. Hedrick's connected on a 12-yard TD pass to Shane Williams-Rhodes with 5:02 left in the third quarter and just 1:31 after Jay Ajayi had scored on a 31 yard TD run. William-Rhodes TD came after San Diego State fumbled the kickoff after Ajayi's touchdown. The Aztecs tied the game at 21-all with 10:37 left in the fourth quarter when J.J. Whitaker, picked off a Hedrick pass and returned it 18 yards for a touchdown. It was his second interception of the night.
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Young dancer Sandra Rothova from Slovakia competes in the preliminaries of the World Show Dance Championships in Riesa, Germany, Monday, Nov.25, 2013. Some 3,000 dancers from 31 countries will compete for the world champion titles in show dance and tap dance.  (AP Photo/Hendrik Schmidt/dpa) This accessible book presents in clear, jargon-free language the science of global change, including human-induced climate change, the ozone hole, acid rain and air pollution. Victor is a professor at the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies at UC San Diego and director of the school's new Laboratory on International Law and Regulation. His research focuses on how the design of regulatory law affects issues such as environmental pollution and the operation of major energy markets. He is author of "Global Warming Gridlock," which explains why the world hasn't made much diplomatic progress on the problem of climate change while also exploring new strategies that would be more effective. Prior to joining the faculty at UC San Diego, Victor served as director of the Program on Energy and Sustainable Development at Stanford University where he was also a professor at Stanford Law School. For more than 30 years, Ramanathan has been conducting original research in climate and atmospheric science. He conducts international field campaigns, develops unmanned aircraft platforms for tracking brown cloud pollution worldwide and educates and trains the next generation of scientists. His major focus now is on developing practical solutions for mitigating global climate change and slowing down the retreat of the Himalayan glaciers. He also leads Project Surya, a cook-stove project which attempts to eliminate climate warming pollutants from traditional biomass cooking. Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego is one of the oldest, largest and most important centers for global science research and education in the world.
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BiblioTech digital library has 48 computers The monthly increase from August to September was 0.9 percent. San Diego home prices were similar to those in the 20 major U.S. real estate markets followed by S&P. "The second and third quarters of 2013 were very good for home prices," said David Blitzer, chairman of the Index Committee at S&P Dow Jones Indices. The indices were created by taking housing prices in January 2000, assigning them a value of 100, and tracking their subsequent rise and fall. San Diego's figure in September was 193.51, representing an over 93 percent appreciation in value over the last 14 years. The rise is the third-fastest in the country, behind Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. The national index of 20 major cities stood at 165.66 in September, representing a nearly 67 percent appreciation in value since 2000. The figure was up 13.3 percent over the same time period in 2012, and 0.7 percent over this past August, according to the report. Another index, which tracks 10 major markets, stood at 180.03. The report said price increases were led by annual gains of more than 20 percent in San Diego, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
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