A day in the life of a Stanford Tree

DISCLAIMER!!! This story is purely a work of fiction and satire. 7:12 A.M. The Tree rolls out of bed and proceeds to down seven shots of dry gin in order to obtain its necessary Blood Alcohol Concentration of 0.15. To the Tree, it’s all part of a balanced breakfast. Despite
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Zach Maynard completed 20 of 30 passes for 280 yards and two touchdowns in the Bears' 31-28 Big Game loss on Saturday night.

Cal comeback falls short in Big Game

STANFORD, Calif. — As the remains of the Stanford student section emptied onto the field to rejoice with the team and paw at the victory axe, the Cal football team slogged out of a soaked Stanford Stadium just thinking about the little things. Though it may have been the Bears’
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11/5 Cal vs. Washington Football

Cal won’t need luck to topple Cardinal, reclaim axe

Sean Cattouse admits he has seen it. It’s not something he necessarily chooses to watch, but he’s seen the replay a few times. Here’s the scenario: It’s the first quarter of Big Game 2010, and Stanford has the ball on its own 21-yard line, up 3-0. On third-and-five, quarterback Andrew
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Luck is good, hype isn’t

Disclaimer: This is going to be yet another Daily Cal Sports column about Andrew Luck. With all the Stanford love being printed by this institution — specifically portraying the team’s quarterback as some sort of football demigod — I would imagine that many of our readers are wondering if we
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The price is wrong in QB duel

Hays-Maynard. Two names that could sell Daewoos but not Chryslers, shrimp poppers but not scallops, Lenovos but not Macs. It’s the Tuesday Night Atlantic City undercard, the Billy Ray Cyrus opening act, the 1:30 matinee of anything starring Tara Reid. You’ll probably see something unusual, get maybe a cheap laugh
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Conference Questions

How far can Stanford go without Shayne Skov? On Sept. 17, Stanford suffered its first loss. No, the No. 6 Cardinal beat Arizona pretty soundly, scoring 21 unanswered points in the second half to win 37-10. But the squad’s defensive leader, junior linebacker Shayne Skov, injured his knee in the
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Pac-12 North Preview: Stanford

The Year That Was Stanford had one of its best seasons in program history — going 12-1, finishing second in the Pac-10 and  crushing Virginia Tech, 40-12, in the Orange Bowl. Its No. 4 ranking at the end of the year was the program’s highest since 1940. More than the
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