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How the mighty have fallen

I am boycotting Super Bowl XLVI. Upon calm reflection, that statement is most likely a hot-headed lie. After all, the Super Bowl is not just any game between two considerably talented opponents; it’s the culmination of a season of saturated media coverage, intense fanaticism and cutthroat competition. Deep down I
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Cal looks to defend streak in Washington game

Hindsight is 20/20 for the Cal women’s basketball team. On their first conference road trip of the year, the Bears (13-5, 4-2 in the Pac-12) suffered a mighty and embarrassing sweep at the hands of UCLA and USC. In both games, the team shot under 30 percent from the field,
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Cal forward Solomon ruled academically ineligible

Forward Richard Solomon has been ruled academically ineligible and will miss the remainder of the 2011-12 season. His departure ends what has been a up-and-down winter for the 6-foot-10 sophomore, and leaves the Cal men’s basketball team — tied with Stanford for first in the Pac-12 — with very little
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Mens Basketball 1-14-11

Pac-12 Power Rankings: Week 3

No. 1: Cal (15-4, 5-1) The Harper Kamp offensive renaissance bodes well for a balanced Cal offense. The senior forward scored 14 points in the Bears’ two wins this past week, keeping the offense afloat in Thursday’s hard-fought win over Colorado. Allen Crabbe will need to snap out of his
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Women's Basketball vs Sac State

Pac-12 Power Rankings: Week 3

No. 1: Stanford Stanford might as well be in a league of its own — like the women’s basketball version of an SEC football team. The No. 4 Cardinal (15-1, 6-0) are the only Pac-12 team that is ranked, and they top the conference leaderboards with an average of 80
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Wide receivers coach Eric Kiesau to join Huskies’ staff

Make that another Washington win over Cal. Wide receivers coach Eric Kiesau is reportedly leaving for Washington one day after defensive line coach Tosh Lupoi left Berkeley to join the Huskies. Kiesau, who also served as the passing game coordinator, was in the first year of his second stint with the
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Michael sports

Tim Tebow doesn’t have what it takes

“You’re just not cut out for this league.” Immediately after writing those words nearly four months ago declaring Timothy Richard Tebow the worst quarterback to ever walk the face of Planet Earth, the Broncos embarked on an improbable winning streak of six consecutive games, propelling them to the NFL playoffs.
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Cal opens season with lopsided wins but inconsistent play

The Cal rugby team opened its season this weekend by winning the Dennis Storer Classic Pac-12 Tournament at UCLA for the seventh straight year, allowing just six points while posting 269 over four matches. “Passing grade,” coach Jack Clark said. “Nothing more, though.” Despite the eye-popping scores, the Bears were
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Junior Carlos Cueto, with doubles partner Ben McLachlan, defeated Tulsa's Grant Ive and Tristan Jackson in the doubles round.

Bears storm Tulsa in close match for first win of season

The last competitive matches that the Cal men’s tennis team played were at the National Indoor Championships in November. Although the team did not play any official games over the past couple months, the players have been working on their conditioning and making sure to individually address any potential weaknesses
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Jonathan Kuperberg

Colorado, Utah surely glad to be on the way home

Welcome to the Pac-12 road, Colorado and Utah. Both teams probably felt pretty good after the first two weeks of the conference season. The Buffaloes were alone in first place, the only squad undefeated in Pac-12 play. Behind an 18-point win over Washington and a 40-point drubbing of Utah, Colorado
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