LUBBOCK, Texas — Berto Garcia, a computer engineering major at Texas Tech, would like to save the game of football from itself. He is 21 years old, and keeps his Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R motorcycle leaning on a kickstand in the driveway. A “Rock Star” sticker is on the right side of the bike, and he mentions a recent trip back from Austin, where he saw a J. Cole concert with an old football teammate, when he revved it up to 150 mph.
The St. John's basketball team put on a Saturday night production of its newest show, "Winless," in front of a packed house at the Garden, and it does not appear that it will be a limited engagement. The Red Storm are now 0-6 in Big East Conference play after falling, 78-71, to Villanova, the No. 1 team in the nation. Able to build a four-point lead in the first half, the Storm failed to stay with the Wildcats, who knocked down four 3-pointers in a three-minute span to pull away before halftime.
Chalk up another loss for the Red Storm. St. John's announced Wednesday night that guard Marcus LoVett will miss the remainder of the season after being sidelined for much of the season thus far with a sprained MCL in his left knee. "Marcus has a bright future ahead, so while it is disappointing that he will miss the remainder of the season, his long term health is the primary focus," St. John's head coach Chris Mullin said. LoVett was initially hurt in November.
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Selecting a term
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