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Cal rugby’s young team prepares for West Coast 7’s

Depth can sometimes be challenging. No team would ever complain having so many players on their hands, but the roster spots are limited. Last time out, Cal rugby split into two teams at the West Coast 7’s. Both teams swept their respective brackets and met in the finals, where they
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Cal men’s tennis has little to lose at ITA Regionals

When solving a math problem or chemistry equation sometimes the only option is to plug in values and see if it works via trial and error. Cal men’s tennis head coach Peter Wright seems to be taking the same approach this weekend at the ITA Fall Regional Championships in Stockton
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Reasonable doubt

Run It Back

Colin Kaepernick has all the reason in the world to believe that the NFL’s 32 owners colluded to keep him out of uniform for the 2017-18 season and beyond. As a dynamic quarterback with postseason experience coming off a respectable season, Kaepernick objectively has been, at the minimum, a slightly
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Cal men’s soccer beats No. 19 Washington

It was not a good weekend to be an athlete from Washington in Berkeley. On Friday night, Cal football pulled off one of the biggest upsets in its recent history when it took down Heisman-hopeful quarterback Luke Falk and then-No. 8 Washington State in a 37-3 rout. The next day, Cal women’s soccer beat the Cougars 2-0. And as the cherry on top, Cal men’s soccer would pull off its own upset on Sunday, beating No. 19 Washington 2-1 in a bit more suspenseful fashion than the others.
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