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And if none of that is successful, McGregor could bend the Marquess of Queensberry rules to their breaking point in hopes of goading Mayweather into a brawl.
Marquess has won 629 conference games, 154 games against Cal, 131 postseason games and 36 College World Series games, which includes two national championships (1987 and ’88).
Marquess registered his 1,600th victory as a college coach — something only two others have done with the same program — with the No.
As each coach from the other five Bay Area schools — Cal, San Jose State, Santa Clara, Saint Mary’s, USF — got in front of the microphone, a story about Marquess followed almost immediately.
Baden-Powell, the father of the Boy Scouts, and the marquess, the namesake of boxing’s Queensberry Rules, were both advocates of those quintessential British ideals, fair play and decorum.
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Definition of marquess for English Language Learners
: a British nobleman who has a rank that is below a duke and above an earl
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