Blessings in disguise

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As an analytical sports nut whose life revolves around school, sleep and when the next nationally televised primetime matchup will be on, my experience watching games live can be slightly obsessive. If a team’s drive has stalled at its opponent’s 29-yard line and it lines up to kick a field
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Cal seeking rhythm, fluidity in fall camp

Group live tackle seemed to be where the players had the most fun as they got physical and hard-hitting with one another. The drill was hectic, with coaches running everywhere paired with inaudible chants as coach after coach tried to get his word in. The drill resembled what you would see on Discovery Channel when the lions are fighting one another to gain the title of alpha.
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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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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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