Who’s hot, who’s not in Pac-12

It was an eventful weekend in the Pac-12, as all games other than Oregon State-Washington came down to the final minute of play. Stanford, UCLA and Oregon (wow, that’s hard to believe) continued to slide, while Colorado and Washington State kept on winning. Finally, some “consistency” in the Pac-12! The
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Cal women’s golf prepares for Stanford Intercollegiate

Following a month-long hibernation, the Bears’ women’s golf team will face off against rival Stanford, among others Pac-12 foes, in the annual Stanford Intercollegiate, a three-day weekend tournament beginning Oct. 14. It has been a month since Cal roamed the greens and roughs of any course, as its last tournament
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(Not) Running into trouble

The Cal football team fell to 2-2 Saturday night with a 51-41 loss at Arizona State, and the scoreboard told a storyline that’s quickly becoming a trend: The Bears’ offense can put up points, but the defense can’t contain opponents. Cal has tremendous difficulty running the ball, and without a
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Upcoming Cal sporting events

Friday, September 23: Women’s Soccer vs. Oregon State The Cal women’s soccer team kicks off (Ha, get it?) conference play this Friday at home, taking on Oregon State. The Bears have looked strong so far this season, going 7-2 in their first nine games and remaining undefeated at home. As
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The lowdown on Pac-12 mascots

We have all come to love Cal’s mascot Oski. As true UC Berkeley lovers, we find ourselves defending him despite his dorky sweater and commonly critiqued chubby physique. We at the Clog thought it would be helpful to break down what the competition’s mascots look like to further understand why Oski triumphs as
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5 Pac-12 football players to watch

Cal football’s game on Friday, or Saturday in Australia time, officially kicked off the college football season and, well, the Pac-12 has never looked more muddled this close to the start of the season. With no clear favorite and a group of likely award contenders — think the likes of
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2016 Cal football preview: games 1-4

With the season around the corner, here are some predictions for the Cal football team’s early-year contests. Game 1: Hawaii Rainbow Warriors 2015 Record: 3-10 (0-8 Mountain West Conference) Winless in the Mountain West last year, the Rainbow Warriors opened as three-touchdown underdogs to Cal down under. There’s no way
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