Davis Webb uneven in rainy Pro Day

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There had been a light misting over Memorial Stadium throughout the morning, but the heavy rain didn’t start to fall until moments before Davis Webb took the field for his position work at Cal football’s Pro Day on Friday. The message was clear: This isn’t going to be easy. “I
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All in given time

During a bye-week in 2002, then-Cal football head coach Jeff Tedford took a recruiting visit to Butte Community College in Oroville, California, where he and his staff were recruiting Butte tight end Garrett Cross. At Butte, he discovered an undervalued Chico-native who became the Bears’ starting quarterback for the 2003-04
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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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Live blog: Cal football’s season finale vs. UCLA

Cal football (4-7) is set to take on Oregon (4-7) at Memorial Stadium on Saturday. Follow our live blog by Vikram Muller, Michelle Lee and Ritchie Lee. Contact Daily Cal Sports at [email protected]

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Live blog: Cal football vs. Washington

The Cal football team (4-4) is taking on No. 5 Washington in Memorial Stadium tonight. Follow along as our football writers — Vikram Muller, Hooman Yazdanian, Michelle Lee and Ritchie Lee — live blog the game. Contact Daily Cal Sports at [email protected]

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Trojans stay strong to beat Cal football team, 45-24

With the imposing lights of the vaunted LA Coliseum shining down on the Cal football team’s nationally televised game Thursday, the Bears’ matchup with USC was not one for the history books. Instead, the Trojans (5-3) won their fourth game in a row and defeated Cal (4-4) for the 13th
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Kinda messed up

Cal football played 203 snaps Friday against Oregon. That’s wild. The offense ran 118 plays and the defense saw 85. The Bears played nearly two games in one. To put things into perspective, the Seattle Seahawks ran just 57 plays against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. The Cardinals ran 90
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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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