Al Sermeno, klcfotos.com

Weber State shootaround

Who most needs to prove themselves? Austin Isaacsohn: Justin Wilcox. That sounds harsh, but he coached a great game on the road against a not-awful team, and it was impressive. Now, he has a gimme — Weber State at home in front of the Cal fans still riding high on
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Just Trust It: Alex Funches’ path to Cal football

If you’ve got a map of northeast Texas handy, open it up. If not, find one at your earliest convenience. In between the cities of Dallas and Tyler, you might notice a series of towns that you didn’t realize existed in Texas: New York, Trinidad and Athens probably don’t bring
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One and the same: Cheryl Cox makes her impact on Cal football

Cal football was winding down from a strenuous workout when strength and conditioning coach Cheryl Cox was preparing to head out. As the players and coaching staff grouped together for an uncomfortable conversation, a coach told Cox to stay. Nobody batted an eye. “It was one of the coolest things
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Cal football opens season with massive upset of UNC, 35-30

CHAPEL HILL, NC — Cal football flew out East to open the season as a double-digit underdog. There were unforced errors and moments that seemed to justify Cal’s predicted finish towards the bottom of the Pac-12. But in the end, all that mattered is that Ross Bowers — named the starting
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Cal football depth chart features many new faces

The naming of a quarterback dominated the headlines after the release of Cal football’s depth chart Monday night, but there was plenty more to read into on both sides of the ball. Some moves simply confirmed decisions that were hinted at throughout the summer while others came as more full-blown
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Cal football schedule features early homestand, tough finish

Unlike last season, when the Cal football team alternated between home and road games for the majority of the season, the schedule this year features many consecutive home or road games. While a more alternating schedule often causes coaches to look at games on a week-by-week basis, having consecutive home
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BERKELEY, CA - April 22, 2017: Cal Bears Football Spring Game

New Cal football class faces particular challenges

The transition from high school football to the collegiate level isn’t easy for anyone, and for Cal football’s new crop of Bears, circumstances have conspired to make it a whole lot harder. Unlike most teams, the new crop of players won’t be able to rely on a group of veterans
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