Bring ’em out; Bears begin fall camp

At the beginning of practice, speakers blared and Gucci Mane’s “Met Gala” set the the tone for camp, but a short while later, the music was gone in what seemed like an even bigger change in tone. While it was only the first day of camp, it was clear that the Bears were hard at work, and with good reason. Many predict that Cal will have a mediocre season and camp is going to be crucial for the Bears if they want to make waves in an extremely competitive Pac-12 conference.
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Cal football weekend review highlighted by depth chart

A recent release of the depth chart for Cal football provides some insight as to who will be fighting for a chance to play for the Bears come early September. No quarterback has been named the official starter, but redshirt junior Chase Forrest and redshirt sophomore Ross Bowers are both
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Thoughts about a very average team

There have been a lot of negatives this year, and at this point, it might be time to accept the reality that Cal football is not going to be an elite team for a while. It didn’t take long after head coach Sonny Dykes took over for people to demand
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It’s the Big Game, but not a Big Rivalry Anymore

Bitter rivalries tend to bring out the worst in people, pushing them to their breaking points. But in a healthy rivalry, in its rare occurrence, mutual respect for the other party can be motivational, or even inspiring, with each party pushing the other toward greater levels of achievement. In recent
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Things are getting embarrassing

Sitting down to write a column after a Cal football loss has become an all-too-common occurrence in the past few years. Since Sonny Dykes took the helm for the 2013 season, the Bears have recorded a single winning season.
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Cal football gets mauled on road by No. 23 Cougars, 56-21

Pullman, WA — If Cal football (4-6, 2-5 Pac-12) was looking for a way to halt its two-game skid, Saturday’s inauspicious start against No. 23 Washington State (8-2, 7-0) did anything but. After a quick three and out from the offense to open the game, Cal’s special teams surrendered a
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