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All about that action

There have been few players in the history of the National Football League, or the entirety of professional sports for that matter, who have been as blatantly unapologetic and unconcerned with his perception than Marshawn Lynch. The dreadlock-sporting, Skittles-endorsing, defense-devouring Bay Area native marches to the beat of his own
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Football

Cal seeking rhythm, fluidity in fall camp

Group live tackle seemed to be where the players had the most fun as they got physical and hard-hitting with one another. The drill was hectic, with coaches running everywhere paired with inaudible chants as coach after coach tried to get his word in. The drill resembled what you would see on Discovery Channel when the lions are fighting one another to gain the title of alpha.
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Pressroom Banter

Where do the Giants go from here?

While having a top-five pick at next year’s draft would be a nice consolation prize, San Francisco’s situation isn’t exactly the baseball version of the San Antonio Spurs drafting Tim Duncan: even if the Giants net the No. 1 pick, the team’s current core will be well into their thirties by the time he arrives to the show and the championship window will have effectively closed.
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Peace be upon you

My typical week writing for The Daily Californian has pretty much followed the same basic routine this summer. When the day sneaks up for me to submit another article to my editor, I spend a good 80 percent of my time racking my brain for what part of my religion
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Somebody, please sedate me

One of us at the Clog recently had the fortune of getting up close and personal with the wonders of nature when tent camping in the Sierra Nevada for a week. The time spent there was filled with family and void of technology, so here are some thoughts that probably ran through your head.
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Strikeout

How to be a rulebreaker

Sure, for a research paper it’s probably ideal to have correct punctuation and complete sentences. In contexts such as art, however, rule-breaking and lack of structure can greatly add to the overall effect of writing.
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