Cal and Utah are in a mad scramble to stay relevant in the middle of the Pac-12.

Pac-12 Power Rankings: Week 8

No. 1: Stanford (7-0, 5-0) Oklahoma and Wisconsin both fell from the lofty perch of the undefeated, which meant the Cardinal’s BCS Championship hopes suddenly got much, much better. Stanford has talent everywhere on the offense, which could be enough for quarterback Andrew Luck to run through the rest of
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Saves of the giant Peach

Backup goalie Kevin Peach excelled in three starts. Then he was inexplicably back on the bench.

Kevin Peach was on top of the world. After receiving a spot start in relief of goalkeeper Robbie Gogatz, the redshirt freshman stepped up and shut out a talented Vermont squad, 3-0, with 10 saves in the Sept. 23 contest. His future seemed as bright as any up and coming
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Cal unable to reach ITA tourney finale

The Cal’s women tennis team seemed to have worked out many glitches in the ITA Northwest Regional Championships in Stanford, Calif. but could not break through to any championships. Top overall singles seed of Jana Juricova showed flashes of her usual brilliance but missed on more than a few opportunities.
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Conference Questions

When will Rick Neuheisel get fired? If not today or tomorrow, surely it will be soon. Actually, UCLA Athletic Director Dan Guerrero will probably wait until the end of the season to fire his head football coach. That’s what he did when he fired Karl Dorrell, Neuheisel’s predecessor. After Neuheisel
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You just have to care, not understand

It’s not often that I read an article in The Onion with anything more than a laugh. But this weekend, I found something on the website that left me with not a laugh but a sigh. An article, titled “Nation Gathers Around Radio Set To Listen To Big Ball Game,”
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Bears appear bowl-bound, but not blue-ribbon

Get ready for a December road trip, ladies and gentlemen — Cal is going bowling again. This is not a shocking projection, as the Bears are not going to a high-level bowl. No, this team is shaping up to be a sliver above average, which is enough for the players
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No. 2 Bears leave desert with two wins, two injuries

The No. 2 Cal volleyball team battered Arizona State and Arizona this weekend, but the Bears’ lineup took a beating. In the first set of Friday’s 3-0 (25-22, 25-20, 26-24) win over the Sun Devils, right side hitter Correy Johnson had to be helped from the floor after spraining her
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