Bears travelled to Oregon State University to play the Beavers Saturday evening for their final game of the football season. Final score is 14-62, leaving the bears with a 3-9 record for 2012 football season.
On Friday night, the Cal Bears lost to the Washington Huskies, 21-13. This loss ends the Bear’s hopes for the postseason.
Chang-Lin Tien was charming, and his family and friends remember his energy and warmth fondly. Listen to stories about Tien recalled by those close to him. Phyllis Tien: Tien’s older daughter, who is now an associate professor at UCSF John Chen: CEO of software company Sybase, who worked with Tien
The 115th Big Game encompasses more than just football. Here’s a look at Cal spirit and tradition throughout Big Game Week.
On Saturday night in Pullman, Wash., the Bears notched their second conference win of the season in a 31-17 win over Washington State.
On Friday night the experimental Brazilian electronic producer, Amon Tobin, played at the Greek Theater. His set features an immersive audio/visual experience and an elaborate on-stage structure.
Despite a shaky opening drive, the Bears earned their first BCS and conference win of the 2012 season at home against UCLA on Saturday night.
On Friday night the San Francisco indie duo, The Dodos, performed at the BAM to celebrate the 50th anniversary of KALX.
On Saturday, the Cal football team lost, 27-17, to Arizona State to fall to 1-4 on the season. At Memorial Stadium, the Bears were penalized 12 times for 119 yards.
Cal fell, 27-9, in its first conference tilt against USC on Saturday. The final score belies the sloppy performances on both sides of the ball at the Trojans’ Coliseum in Los Angeles.