Sonny Dykes reportedly joining TCU’s staff in undetermined role

Cal coach Sonny Dykes at the press conference after signing 21 recruits on National Signing Day.
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Cal coach Sonny Dykes at the press conference after signing 21 recruits on National Signing Day.

What a difference a week makes. One week after being fired as Cal football’s head coach, Texas native Sonny Dykes is heading to TCU. As reported by 247Sports.com, Dykes will be joining the Horned Frogs in an undetermined role. While offensive coordinator would make sense after TCU lost co-offensive coordinator
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Cal football’s Chad Hansen declares for 2017 NFL Draft

Redshirt junior wide receiver Chad Hansen, perhaps the Cal football team’s biggest and brightest star, announced Wednesday that he has chosen to forgo his senior year to enter the 2017 NFL Draft. After entering the season completely off the radar of NFL talent evaluators, the former walk-on is looking to
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Cal football fails to qualify for bowl game after 5-win season

In the spirit of giving this holiday season, good (winning) teams have been gifted a postseason — a bowl game to celebrate their successes of the hard work they have put into their programs for months. In that same holiday spirit, Santa (the College Football Playoff Selection Committee) has given
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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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