Bears fall to Huskies in Seattle

The Cal football team lost, 31-23, to Washington on Saturday. It is the Bears’ first loss of the season. Full recap to follow. For now, relive the heartbreaking loss below on football beat writer Jack Wang’s live blog from Husky Stadium in Seattle.

Cal's defense will have its hands full with Washington's offensive weapons, which include dual-threat quarterback Keith Price and productive running back Chris Polk.

Bears prepared to bite back at Huskies after last year’s sting

The Cal football team ended its 2010 season with a nasty dog bite. Last November, Washington drove the length of Memorial Stadium and scored a touchdown as time — and the Bears’ postseason aspirations — expired. The loss still stings for Cal, making Saturday’s 12:30 p.m. face-off at Husky Stadium
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Pac-12 opener will reveal what words won’t

It’s never a surprise when football coaches and players offer dry responses about an upcoming game because there is often not too much to say. Cal coach Jeff Tedford has always been reserved about what he says to the press mainly because he may in fact stand little to benefit
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Scotty the Scotsman is one good-looking dude.

Points and Shoot: Photo of the Week (Week 3)

Cal played essentially every player in uniform in its 63-12 win over Presbyterian on Saturday. Scotty the Scotsman apparently wanted in on the action too. The Blue Hose’s mascot left the right field area — where he had been looking sad and facing the wrong direction — to warm up his muscles
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Football vs Presbyterian

Pac-12 Power Rankings: Week 3

NORTH DIVISION No. 1: Stanford (3-0, 1-0) Andrew Luck can do pretty much anything. He can effortlessly place a football in his receiver’s hands from dozens of yards away. He can fake an entire defense and camera crew and pick up yards by tucking the ball and running down field.
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Scotty the Scotsman didn't seem to have a very good time in Presbyterian's 63-12 loss.

Presbyterian homesick blues

A play-by-play of Saturday's game

So what did this game tell us that we didn’t already know about the Cal football team? Not that much.

Jonathan Kuperberg

Program’s winningest coach rebuilt program

SAN FRANCISCO — Jeff Tedford has been through a lot in his 10 years as the Cal football team’s head coach, but answering questions in front of reporters on Saturday nearly brought him to tears. Cal had just routed Presbyterian, 63-12, and the win was Tedford’s 75th, making him the winningest
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Football vs Presbyterian

Cal defeats Presbyterian 63-12

SAN FRANCISCO — By the end of the first quarter, the Cal football team had scored two touchdowns and was in position for a third. Presbyterian, meanwhile, had zero yards of offense. So with what was almost certainly the easiest of his 75 career victories, Jeff Tedford became the winningest
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