Where You Lead: Marc Anthony matures into a leader of the team

When he came to Cal, Marc Anthony expected a starting position. But waiting on the bench turned him into a better player.

Marc Anthony wasn’t accustomed to waiting for his opportunity to shine. As a four-star recruit coming out of Phoenix, Ariz., Anthony spent his entire life as an elite player. From the day his coach switched him to cornerback his freshman year, Anthony’s talent alone earned him the admiration of coaches
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USC weapons set to test Cal defense

USC’s Matt Barkley was the Heisman Trophy frontrunner until last Saturday. The senior quarterback’s two interceptions led to a 21-14 loss to Stanford that bumped the Trojans down to No. 13 in the country and out of the national title picture, for now. The Cal football team does not expect
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Defensive End Chris McCain celebrates after a tackle in the November 5, 2011 game against Washington State in San Francisco.

Nevada pistol to fire shots at host Bears

After a year spent at temporary home AT&T Park, the Cal football team will assuredly be fired up for its return to Memorial Stadium this Saturday at noon. Head coach Jeff Tedford, however, is quick to remark that the new facilities won’t win football games. “What’s going on between the
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Position Preview: Secondary

The Year That Was Cal was statistically the best defensive team in the Pac-10 last season, and that had a lot to do with its secondary. The Bears ranked first in pass defense, giving up just 187 yards per game in the air and 15 touchdown passes, both tops in
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