Cal football blown out by No. 6 Washington, 38-7

Seattle, WA ─ The only thing colder than the brisk nighttime air at Husky Stadium on Saturday night was the ruthlessness with which No. 6 Washington feasted on Cal football, showing the world just why they deserve their ranking, in a demolition of the Bears, 38-7. Quarterback and probable Heisman
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Cal falls to Oregon on road, 45-24

A cold night in Eugene seemed a bit colder to the Cal football team, which lost a bit more of its 3-0 luster with its second straight loss in Pac-12 play, losing 45-24 to the Ducks. The Oregon offense spent most of its time in the end zone, the Oregon
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Cal vs. USC football shootaround

What will be the key to stopping Sam Darnold? Andrew Wild: They have to goad Darnold into turning the ball over. He hasn’t been stingy with turnovers this year, and the Bears have done a great job in that area. If they don’t force turnovers, then I don’t know that
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And now, the end is near

It would be easy to sing the praises of the Cal football team and its head coach, Justin Wilcox. A victory against an SEC school, no matter how ugly, is a huge step forward for a team trying to assert a play style and identity that will live on long
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Ole Miss football shootaround

Who’s got to step up on defense? Vikram Muller: Defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter and the front seven. After a passive three quarters against Weber State, Cal finally started to blitz late and with decent success. De Ruyter should cautiously utilize this a bit more than he has this season. With
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Cal football opens season with massive upset of UNC, 35-30

CHAPEL HILL, NC — Cal football flew out East to open the season as a double-digit underdog. There were unforced errors and moments that seemed to justify Cal’s predicted finish towards the bottom of the Pac-12. But in the end, all that mattered is that Ross Bowers — named the starting
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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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Cal football shows fresh faces in Spring Day Game

“Where’s Chad Handsome?” “He ain’t here anymore, darling.” As the players took the field for Cal football’s spring game, this question and answer between fans in the stand summed up the strange position the Bears find themselves in. With an entirely new coaching staff in place and almost all of
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