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Thoughts about a very average team

There have been a lot of negatives this year, and at this point, it might be time to accept the reality that Cal football is not going to be an elite team for a while. It didn’t take long after head coach Sonny Dykes took over for people to demand
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Live blog: Cal football’s season finale vs. UCLA

Cal football (4-7) is set to take on Oregon (4-7) at Memorial Stadium on Saturday. Follow our live blog by Vikram Muller, Michelle Lee and Ritchie Lee. Contact Daily Cal Sports at [email protected]

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Cal football to close out mediocre season at home against UCLA

In front of what will likely be a mostly empty Thanksgiving weekend crowd, the Cal football team (4-7, 2-6 Pac-12) will take on a similarly mediocre UCLA squad (4-7, 2-6) at Memorial Stadium on Saturday. With both teams seemingly out of the conversation for bowl eligibility — though the Bruins
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It’s not them, it’s you

The most disappointing thing about Cal football on Saturday wasn’t that it lost. Fans shouldn’t be surprised at this point when the Bears lose. What was most concerning was Sonny Dykes’ comments during the postgame press conference when somebody asked him about his team’s unimpressive tackling. To summarize, Dykes talked
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Live blog: Cal football takes on Stanford

Cal football (4-6, 2-5 Pac-12) will take on Stanford (7-3, 5-3) at Memorial Stadium today. Follow along as the Daily Californian’s football writers — Vikram Muller, Michelle Lee, Ritchie Lee and Hooman Yazdanian — live blog the Big Game. Contact Daily Cal Sports at [email protected]

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It Takes a Village

Vic Wharton III and DeVante Wilson tackle fatherhood, school and football

About four miles west of the UC Berkeley campus sits a 58-acre enclave of homes in Albany. There are park benches, playgrounds and street signs straight out of suburbia. The waterfront is within walking distance. Townhomes and apartments line the streets while remnants from pumpkin-carving parties still lie in the
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