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(Not) Running into trouble

The Cal football team fell to 2-2 Saturday night with a 51-41 loss at Arizona State, and the scoreboard told a storyline that’s quickly becoming a trend: The Bears’ offense can put up points, but the defense can’t contain opponents. Cal has tremendous difficulty running the ball, and without a
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Cal men’s golf finishes 8th at Maui Jim Collegiate

Cal men’s golf finished eighth in the Maui Jim Collegiate with a score of 858 (+6) after a difficult first round and a middling second round ended its chances of placing high at the end of the tournament. Cal had a disappointing first round, ending up tied for ninth place
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Cal field hockey splits pair of games in North Carolina

The Cal field hockey team’s underclassmen were the stars this weekend as they tallied the vast majority of goals and assists in games against Appalachian State (1-7) and No. 14 Wake Forest (5-4). Coming out of the weekend with a 1-1 record, the Bears (2-6) earned their second consecutive road
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Cal volleyball falls against tough No. 24 Oregon squad

Oregon volleyball (9-2) is currently third in the Pac-12. And holding bronze out West is quite the achievement, for a couple of reasons. The Pac-12, as far as volleyball goes, is a murderer’s row. Of the 35 Division I national championship trophies, the conference has taken home 14, and almost
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Cal men’s soccer upsets No. 25 UCSB on road

When you’re hot, you’re hot. It took him nearly 100 minutes, but forward Christian Thierjung once again played hero for the Cal men’s soccer team (4-2-1), this time in upsetting No. 25 Santa Barbara (4-5-0) on the road. But the battle to get those last-minute heroics was hard-fought. It was
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Marlins starter Jose Fernandez delivers a pitch in the first inning.

Gone Too Soon

Years down the road, we will remember Jose Fernandez as a man who was taken from the earth far too soon. At the age of 24, he barely scratched the surface of his potential and was destined to be one of baseball’s brightest stars. We will remember him as the
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