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Beating Expectations

But what should be made of this incredible showing? I know I have never witnessed Cal holding an opponent to less than seven points in my four seasons watching Cal as a student here ─ the best was one touchdown allowed in 2015 against San Diego State. So I, like everyone, am trying to decipher how much of Friday night’s result was a product of a poor Cougars’ performance, and how much was Cal’s own doing.
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Football Q&A with Washington sports editor

Editor’s note: The following is a Q&A between Andrew Wild, sports editor of The Daily Californian, and Josh Kirshenbaum, sports editor at the Daily of University of Washington. The interview has been edited for length and clarity.   What’s the biggest difference between last year’s playoff team and this year’s?
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Heavy underdog Cal football team heads to No. 6 Washington

After two consecutive games of collapse after being within one score during the fourth quarter, the Cal football team aims to bounce back as it heads to Washington this weekend for its second consecutive road game. Easier said than done. Cal is at least a 26-point underdog to No. 6
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Cal football heads to Oregon for Pac-12 North showdown

Cal football fans have a fond recent memory of Oregon. They likely remember last year’s shootout double-overtime contest at California Memorial Stadium, which ended 52-49 extremely late into the night on an interception by Cal linebacker Jordan Kunaszyk. But history is written by the victors, so Cal fans may be
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