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The times they have not been a-changin’

The last time the Cal football team beat Oregon State, Barack Obama was simply a promising junior senator from Illinois and Jeff Tedford had yet to begin aging like a president. Back in 2006, Pluto was still a planet, Green Day was winning Grammy awards and the St. Louis Cardinals
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Bears open regular season against Anteaters

On Friday night, the chase begins. The Haas Pavilion doors will open for a 7:30 p.m. tipoff against UC Irvine, students will crowd each other for free soup and bread (for the first 1,000) and the Cal men’s basketball team will start a four-month run at another conference title. The
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WHAT: Football at UCLAWHERE: Rose Bowl, LAWHEN: Saturday, October 29, 2011

Bears to face Beavers in final home game

Oregon State may be five games below .500 on the season, but even Cal safety Sean Cattouse admitted that this game still carries a bit more significance. Cattouse was roaming the home sideline as a redshirt when Kevin Riley was tackled nine yards short of a number one ranking in
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New-look Cal opens season on the road

Guard Layshia Clarendon usually doesn’t like to travel, but she will make an exception this year. It’s not that Clarendon misses the airline food or the long airport lines. She is just fired about traveling with the Cal women’s basketball team and building camraderie that was lacking in the previous
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Bears stress defense for Pacific match

If it wasn’t for five goals in the fourth quarter, the No. 3 Cal men’s water polo team would have lost to No. 8 Pacific in the second round of the SoCal Invitational. As it is, the Bears (17-3, 5-1) scraped off an 11-9 victory in the final minutes of
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Cal claims three events at home meet

Stanford’s Chad La Tourette is a world-class long-distance swimmer. An NCAA champion in the 1650 free and an All-American in all three years on the Cardinal squad, the senior also finished sixth at last year’s NCAA Championships in the 500 free. At Wednesday’s Triple-Distance Meet between Cal and Stanford, La
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History possible for Bears at NCAA West Regionals

Cal cross country teams’ seasons are on the line this Saturday at the NCAA West Regional. The meet, held at the Stanford Golf Course, determines which squads move on to the NCAA Championships. Two of the country’s 18 automatic bids will be awarded to the top finishers. There are also
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