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Tough questions

Of course, a loss in the Rose Bowl to end the season wouldn’t all of a sudden make 2017 a failure. But, if the season does come to a close amid the palm trees, reflecting upon the year and thinking about how next season looks may become a lot less fun.
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Cal football comes back to beat Weber State, 33-20

When Patrick Laird scores a touchdown, or makes a big play, he does a book-reading celebration. Maybe it’s a testament to how hard he studies, how much he loves novels, or how well he knows the playbook. Who knows. What is for certain is Cal does not pull out Saturday’s
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Bears break out pads, run live action in 6th practice

“I think the whole defense didn’t practice at all last year,” said an onlooker in the stands at Cal football’s sixth practice. Many may share his sentiments, but Cal’s defense, now led by Tim DeRuyter, showed some promise on Saturday. Getting their first taste under the lights this fall camp, the Bears were hyped and energized to finally get their pads on and get down to business.
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Justin Wilcox, Tre Watson and James Looney take Pac-12 Media Day

Voting on the tastiest donut, trying to figure out if a certain head also stars in “Game of Thrones” and getting messy with some slime stole the show in star-studded Hollywood. During the 2017 Pac-12 Media Day, senior Tre Watson and redshirt senior James Looney of Cal football, along with head coach Justin Wilcox, took a break from the practice field for some fun and games.
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5 Bears nominated for Watch Lists

Five athletes from Cal football, including one defensive, two offensive and two special teams players have been nominated to 2017 player award Watch Lists. Redshirt seniors James Looney, Matt Anderson, Ray Hudson, graduate transfer punter Steven Coutts and redshirt junior Addison Ooms are all on the radar as top players in the nation.
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