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

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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Heavy underdog Cal football team heads to No. 6 Washington

After two consecutive games of collapse after being within one score during the fourth quarter, the Cal football team aims to bounce back as it heads to Washington this weekend for its second consecutive road game. Easier said than done. Cal is at least a 26-point underdog to No. 6
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BERKELEY, CA - April 22, 2017: Cal Bears Football Spring Game

New Cal football class faces particular challenges

The transition from high school football to the collegiate level isn’t easy for anyone, and for Cal football’s new crop of Bears, circumstances have conspired to make it a whole lot harder. Unlike most teams, the new crop of players won’t be able to rely on a group of veterans
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