Years later, questions remain regarding football player Ted Agu’s death

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On March 20, 2014 — six weeks after Cal football player Ted Agu dropped dead on a campus hillside in the early morning — Berkeley campus police Chief Margo Bennett emailed John Wilton, then the vice chancellor for administration and finance, with the warning not to share with others “the documents I gave you yesterday. … The case is not available for a PRA request and I’d like to keep it that way.”
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The fight for a field

$7 million, 2 Title IX investigations and a damaged women’s field hockey program

In 2013, the UC Berkeley field hockey team was kicked off its longtime home, Maxwell Family Field, by Cal Athletics. Today, the team plays at Underhill Field, a converted recreational field lacking permanent bathrooms, storage, stands or a press platform.
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NCAA declares Cal football bowl eligible

Update 11/25/15: This article has been updated to reflect new information from a statement issued by Cal Athletics. On Wednesday, Cal Athletics announced that it received information from both Grambling State and the NCAA confirming that Grambling State met the requirements necessary for the 73-14 win to count toward the Bears’
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Mike Williams discusses task force, plans for his job

(Editor’s note: This is the first part of an interview that will run in two parts. Part two will be published on Monday.) Mike Williams was officially named Cal’s director of intercollegiate athletics by Chancellor Nicholas Dirks in May. Before that, Williams had served as the interim athletic director since
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