The year that was: 2012-13

The Daily Cal sports staff looks back at the last year in Cal sports, and its most memorable moments.   1. Jeff Tedford let go following 3-9 season He is the winningest coach in Cal history. His 11-year tenure restored the football program to a level of respectability not seen
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Power Rankings: No. 5 women’s basketball

The fact that the Cal women’s basketball team, fresh off its first Final Four appearance, is only No. 5 in the power ranking is, personally, hogwash. Upon further introspection, however, I do think the Bears landing No. 5 is fairer than it seems at face value for two reasons. First,
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The Cal women's basketball team fell, 64-57, in the Final Four to end their 2012-2013 season.

Final Foray: Cal women’s basketball ends season in Final Four loss to Louisville

After leading by 10 points at the half, the Bears eventually fell to Louisville, 64-57, in program's first Final Four appearance

NEW ORLEANS — Perhaps the Cal women’s basketball team tempted fate one too many times. After taking a 10-point lead over Louisville (29-8) heading into halftime in the New Orleans Arena Sunday afternoon, the Bears slowly fell apart in the second half. They eventually succumbed to the Cardinals, 64-57, in
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A new era begins for California basketball

Breathe it in. Soak it up. Because, possibly, you’ll never see anything quite like this. For the first 36 minutes against Georgia Monday night, the Cal women’s basketball team did not play Cal basketball. Star forward Gennifer Brandon couldn’t make a single shot. The offense was stuffed by Georgia’s zone
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