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Cal football roughed up by Huskies, 66-27, at home

Washington quarterback Jake Browning hit receiver John Ross between the hash marks near the 21-yard line late in the first quarter. Ross then stopped on a dime to make Cal cornerback Chibuzo Nwokocha miss him, ducked below an incoming Marloshawn Franklin Jr. and stepped around Luke Rubenzer before circling toward
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Cal football definite underdog heading into bout with No. 5 Huskies

It’s rare that the nation’s fifth-ranked team can justifiably claim to have a chip on its shoulder, but the No. 5 Washington (8-0) football team may be that rare exception. This week, the season’s first College Football Playoff rankings were released, and the Huskies — shockingly — were ranked below a one-loss Texas A&M squad.
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All it’s quacked up to be

With star wide receiver Chad Hansen out after suffering an ankle injury against Oregon State two weeks ago, the Cal football team looked to be in trouble in what should have been an easy matchup against a slow-roasting Ducks squad. By the end of the fourth quarter, the game was
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Own It: Demetris Robertson is comfortable in his own skin

Watching the crowd gather for a 19-year-old to announce his decision on where he’ll be playing college football, one thing becomes clear: This kid is a big deal. It’s not uncommon for big-time recruits to pick their school of choice on national television, but this announcement is something else. It’s
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Dykes’ dubious decisions

After a loss that was labeled a surefire win by many, there were a lot of questions that needed to be answered by the Cal football team. Far and away the most confusing thing to see in the Bears’ 47-44 loss to Oregon State was an embarrassing showing by Cal’s
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Cal football prepares to take on Oregon State

With 14 seconds remaining in last weekend’s game, the Cal defense was called for pass interference in the endzone on fourth down. It appeared that a Utes touchdown was inevitable with only two yards to go. But the Bears’ defense held up for three more plays and won the game
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