The Bears, who sit atop the Pac-12 standings, are leading the conference in hitting percentage.

No. 1 Bears head to L.A. for first Pac-12 trip

Memories of the Galen Center on the USC campus are particularly vivid for some members of the Cal volleyball team. “We had match point,” junior Correy Johnson said. “And we lost it ourselves. We had a hitting error into the net on match point.” The Trojans handed the Bears their
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Cal has averaged 4.25 goals per game in its first eight games this season.

West Coast supremacy at stake in Cal’s trip to Stanford

For one second, let’s just put aside all the implications that come with any traditional Cal-Stanford matchup and look objectively at the significance of this Friday’s 7 p.m. game at the Cardinal’s Varsity Turf. It could be said that the respective field hockey programs for the No. 8 Cardinal and
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Cal's defense will have its hands full with Washington's offensive weapons, which include dual-threat quarterback Keith Price and productive running back Chris Polk.

Bears prepared to bite back at Huskies after last year’s sting

The Cal football team ended its 2010 season with a nasty dog bite. Last November, Washington drove the length of Memorial Stadium and scored a touchdown as time — and the Bears’ postseason aspirations — expired. The loss still stings for Cal, making Saturday’s 12:30 p.m. face-off at Husky Stadium
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Pac-12 opener will reveal what words won’t

It’s never a surprise when football coaches and players offer dry responses about an upcoming game because there is often not too much to say. Cal coach Jeff Tedford has always been reserved about what he says to the press mainly because he may in fact stand little to benefit
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Tennessee tourney gives Bears early look at elite competition

Although the NCAA Championships do not begin for another eight months, the Cal women’s golf team faces similar competition at this weekend’s Mason Rudolph Tournament. “We’re going in there to compete, number one,” coach Nancy McDaniel said. “And number two, we want to get a chance to look the course over
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Boom Tho, a saying between friends, became an internet phenomenon for Rod Benson.

Boom Boom Pow

Trekking everywhere from North Dakota to South Korea, former Cal basketball player Rod Benson has started a movement: Boom Tho.

Welcome to the Boom Tho Game Show! First question: In about 10 words, what is Boom Tho? Is it: a. Wearing a ridiculously oversized mask in a professional dunk contest b. “An occurrence of an uncommonly good thing” c. Former Cal and current Korean Basketball League basketball player Rod Benson
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GBaum’s World

If I were to ask you where you could find a competition that involves millions of votes, a cash prize of $20,000, videos with unapologetic sexual innuendos as well as a glaring injustice, could I at least get you to click if the link appeared in your brand new Facebook
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