Bears need to learn to make adjustments

Adjustments: They need to be constructed. I’m a student journalist with some school spirit and plenty of blind faith. I knew that Oregon was better than Cal on both sides of the ball and that the Ducks’ dizzying offensive attack would likely flummox the Bears just like it does to
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The Bears posted an overall .269 hitting percentage on Friday night, while Oregon hit a lowly .042.

Bears notch first conference road wins in Oregon

It was “Beat Cal Week” at the University of Oregon this past week. And although that might have rung true for the football team, the women’s volleyball squad wasn’t quite so lucky. The No. 4 Cal volleyball team picked up its first set of conference road wins this weekend, sweeping
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Bears make All-American comeback

After getting off to a rough start on the first day of main draw play at the ITA All American Championships, members of the Cal men’s tennis team pulled themselves together to make an unexpected comeback. The No. 5 doubles team of Nick Andrews and Christoffer Konigsfeldt won the doubles
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Bears open MPSF play with two straight wins

With the exception of one extra goal, there was very little difference for the No. 2 Cal men’s water polo team between Friday’s match against No. 3 UCLA and the SoCal semifinal match a week before. At the SoCal Invitational, the Bears (14-2, 2-0 in the MPSF) broke away from
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Bears hang with No. 3 Bruins to a scoreless draw

Despite a 0-0 draw against No. 3 UCLA on Friday afternoon at Edwards Stadium, Cal women’s soccer team might have played their best game of the season. Although the Bears failed to snap their goal drought against the Bruins, a tie against one of a top-5 team can be momentous
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Ducks take flight in second half to crush Bears

EUGENE, Ore. — After being obliterated 48-14 at USC last season, a beleaguered Jeff Tedford told reporters that he was proud that his team “won the second half” after trailing by 42 points at halftime. While Tedford did not proclaim a first-half victory in Thursday night’s 43-15 loss at the hands
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