Bears’ 3-9 campaign of historic proportions

Jeff Tedford’s postgame remarks after the Cal football team’s first game could have summed up the 2012 season. “I’m sorry we didn’t play better and let the fans down,” he said. The season that followed was one for the record books. The Bears failed to score a touchdown in the
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Wide receiver Maurice Harris drops a ball near the goal line in Cal's 21-13 loss to Washington on Friday night.

Bears fumble away season in loss to Huskies

Four turnovers assure Cal of second losing season in three years

No one wanted the football Friday night at Memorial Stadium. In a game that featured eight turnovers and few moments of coherent football, the Bears fumbled their chance for a postseason in a 21-13 loss to Washington. “Shoutout to Washington,” said Cal linebacker Chris McCain. “They came into our house
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Cal faces uphill route to postseason dreams

Stranger things have happened. The Cal football team currently sits at 3-5 overall following its Big Game loss. The Bears need to win three of their remaining four games just to become bowl-eligible. “That’s all we’re worried about,” said running back C.J. Anderson. “It’s pretty realistic.” With each week, it
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Cal's C.J. Anderson finished Saturday night's win over Washington State with two touchdowns and 112 yards rushing.

Bears leach off early turnovers for second conference win

PULLMAN, Wash. — Cal’s run game simply could not be stopped. The Bears (3-4, 2-2 in the Pac-12) won their first road game of the 2012 season on Saturday night, riding the ground game to a 31-17 win over Washington State. “I thought the offensive line played really well,” head
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Bears to attack zombies in Pullman clash

If the Washington State football team resembles any imagery that head coach Mike Leach uses to describe it, the Bears won’t have any trouble in their Saturday night contest in Pullman, Wash. “Some of (the seniors) have been great, and some of them have been very poor,” Leach said. “Some
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Bears beat odds for first FBS, Pac-12 win

When Las Vegas made No. 25 UCLA a two-point favorite over a 1-4 Cal football team, skeptics figured that line to be far too slim. And they were right, as the Bears turned that two-point handicap into a 26-point margin of victory, knocking off the Bruins, 43-17, Saturday night at
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Players to watch: The ground, Joseph Fauria

The ground, Cal The ground is a critical element of Saturday’s game for the Bears. Quarterback Zach Maynard has spent a lot of time there the past few weeks. With a porous offensive line, Maynard has been sacked 22 times the last three games. He’s also been inaccurate, missing on
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