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Every team has a silver lining

The sad saga of the Cal football team has been exhausted thoroughly. There’s little left to comb over after months of repeating stats about the porous defense and of rehashing how many (depressing) program records were set last season. The quarterback never had a pocket to work with, the projected Read More…

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Cal football’s offense hinges on work of linemen

Sometimes, all it takes is one little improvement to a team that can lead to a massive improvement to the entire system. This is the case for Cal’s offensive line. But improving Cal’s performance in the trenches is easier said than done as it left much to be desired resulting Read More…

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Season snapshots: Cal football embarrassed by Bay Area rivals

The 116th edition of the Big Game couldn’t end soon enough for the Cal football team. Stanford wideout Ty Montgomery bolted 31 yards on an end-around for a 7-0 Stanford lead exactly one minute into the game. Montgomery accumulated three touchdowns in the first 8:02 of the game, bookending his Read More…

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Lack of options at safety plagues Cal football

Of the many problems Cal football suffered from in 2013, arguably the team’s biggest problem was the safety position. Losing key players such as defensive back Stefan McClure to a torn ACL and Avery Sebastian to a torn Achilles, the Bears had little options. With its limited roster, the team Read More…

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Cal football’s defensive line looks to rebuild

Cal football’s defensive line has a chance to be one of the more productive units on defense for the upcoming 2014-15 season. With new players acquired through junior college signings, the Bears have added some quality talent to a unit that lost tackles Viliami Moala and Deandre Coleman to the Read More…