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No. 16 Cal women’s soccer falls to No. 6 UCLA, 1-0

If you ask people from Northern California what they think of Southern California, and vice versa, the answer is generally negative. The animosity among those from these two regions is so fierce, in fact, that you might as well treat them as two different states. This rivalry was on full
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Is Cal Football on its last down?

The Campus on a Hill

In 2009, in the aftermath of the Great Recession, Cal Football enjoyed a buoyant season, by the standards of recent memory. The team posted an 8-5 record, including a victory in the Big Game over Stanford. When USC came to town, California Memorial Stadium overflowed, with more than 70,000 fans
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Cal football loses to No. 5 USC at home, 30-20

No. 5 USC left Saturday’s Memorial Stadium matchup with Cal football with a two-possession, 30-20 win, but that’s admittedly a little misleading. The Trojans were far from embarrassing the Bears, who led in the second half and were tied in the fourth quarter. If it weren’t for some ugly turnovers,
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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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