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The safety net

If you take a look at every one of Major League Baseball’s 30 stadiums, you’ll notice a couple of universally shared features. A pitching mound located precisely 60’6” away. Four bases spread 90 feet apart from one another. Foul poles made of metal and colored yellow. Batter’s boxes and foul
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Looking into Ivan Rabb’s NBA draft profile

By the end of his freshman season, Ivan Rabb had put himself in the best position possible to not only get drafted, but to be selected in the lottery along with teammate and eventual No. 3 overall pick Jaylen Brown. A year and some change removed from his decision, Rabb’s stock has universally fallen in Mock Drafts as teams prepare for what is expected to be a star-studded class of 2017 featuring Markelle Fultz, Lonzo Ball and Josh Jackson, among others.
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Who will win the Super Bowl?

Daily Cal staff talk about the upcoming Super Bowl, taking sides with either the Patriots or the Falcons. Who do you think will win? Comment below! Cinematography and Editing by: Ashley-Grace Vo

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Inkbowl 2014

Each year on the morning of the annual Big Game, The Daily Californian and Stanford Daily battle it out in an intense game of flag football. Filmed  by Karen Lin and Yuka Koshino Edited by Karen Lin  

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Cal Archery Club

Established in 2005, the Cal Archery club continues to provide equipment and training to interested students. The team competes regularly against other campuses, including Stanford, UC Davis, Long Beach, USC, and UCLA.

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Gallery: Cal Men’s Soccer vs. UCLA

Cal Men’s Soccer vs UCLA on Sunday November 3, 2013. Although it was our first conference lost of the season, the Bears fought valiently until the last minute with a giant crowd cheering them on. Here are some photo highlights from Cal’s last home game of the season.

Cal vs. Oregon Photo Gallery

Amid the downpour at Eugene, Ore., the Saturday night game between the Cal football team and Oregon carried on. However, the competition for who will come out as the victor was short-lived, as the No. 2 Ducks blasted their way to a 28-0 lead in the first quarter.

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Photo gallery: Cal vs Northwestern

The Cal football team opened the Sonny Dykes against No. 22 Northwestern on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium. Despite a close game, the Bears fell short to the Wildcats, 44-30.