Football vs Presbyterian

Extras from domination of Presbyterian

The numbers from the Cal football team’s 63-12 dismantling of Presbyterian college are gruesome. The Bears outgained the Blue Hose 581-48 in total yards, had three times as many touchdowns as Presbyterian had first downs and possessed the ball for twice as long. It was a game that was difficult
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Cal quarterback Zach Maynard threw a touchdown pass to his half-brother Keenan Allen in overtime to win Saturday's game against Colorado.

The other side

The Daily Californian and the CU Independent, the University of Colorado’s daily student newspaper, have collaborated to bring wide-ranging coverage of Saturday’s matchup between Cal and Colorado. The CU Independent will be publishing a column reflecting the game by a Daily Cal football writer; below is analysis of the game
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Marvin Jones' two touchdown receptions tied a career high.

Cal-Fresno postgame press conference

Selected quotes from Cal's 36-21 win at Candlestick

Cal head coach Jeff Tedford On initial impressions from the first game: “Obviously, there was a lot of rust, things that you need to fix as far as pregame jitters or whatever it is. Turning the ball over down deep. I thought our defense played excellent, but offensively, we still
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Cal vs Arizona

Just what are we watching on Saturday…?

In 15 seasons as the Fresno State head coach, Pat Hill has abided by the relatively simple mantra of “anytime, anywhere.” A coach never afraid to schedule difficult non-conference opponents (insert the already-tired but still relevant Presbyterian joke here), Hill leads his notoriously tough Bulldogs into Candlestick to take on
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All bets are on for Cal-Fresno State football game

Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin is taking all sorts of risks — not dealing with politics but sports. Swearengin has made two friendly wagers over Saturday’s football game between Cal and Fresno State at Candlestick Park in San Francisco — one with Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates and another with San Francisco
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Pac-12 South Preview: UCLA

The Year That Was The good news? UCLA’s road upset of then-No. 7 Texas gave us this great viral moment. Other than that, there wasn’t much to smile about in Westwood. The football monopoly in Los Angeles still isn’t over — not even close, despite the Bruins’ competitor being downsized.
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Pac-12 South Preview: USC

The Year That Was It was a messy season for USC. For starters, Lane Kiffin’s squad went 8-5, including an embarrassing 36-7 showing against middling Oregon State. The team also fell at home to nemesis Notre Dame. Mostly, though, 2010 was disappointing because the Trojans were not allowed to play
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