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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Bring ’em out; Bears begin fall camp

At the beginning of practice, speakers blared and Gucci Mane’s “Met Gala” set the the tone for camp, but a short while later, the music was gone in what seemed like an even bigger change in tone. While it was only the first day of camp, it was clear that the Bears were hard at work, and with good reason. Many predict that Cal will have a mediocre season and camp is going to be crucial for the Bears if they want to make waves in an extremely competitive Pac-12 conference.
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It Takes a Village

Vic Wharton III and DeVante Wilson tackle fatherhood, school and football

About four miles west of the UC Berkeley campus sits a 58-acre enclave of homes in Albany. There are park benches, playgrounds and street signs straight out of suburbia. The waterfront is within walking distance. Townhomes and apartments line the streets while remnants from pumpkin-carving parties still lie in the
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Beavers in need of a dam

On Saturday, the Cal football team (3-2) will waltz into Corvallis, Oregon, for a game with an outmatched Oregon State squad (1-3). The Beavers are carriers of a punchless offense and a mediocre defense that figures to be overcome by a Cal offense clicking on all cylinders. If Oregon State
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Key questions surrounding Cal football team

With Cal football losing Saturday to a San Diego State squad it blew out 35-7 last year, there are obviously questions to be answered across the board. Was that all the defense’s fault? Don’t get us wrong, allowing 45 points is usually egregious. And when looking at Cal’s losses in
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