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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Josh Yuen

Former Editor-in-Chief & President

Josh Yuen joined The Daily Californian as a sports reporter in fall 2016, covering college football as a blogger for "Bear Bytes." He later served as a beat writer for Cal softball in spring 2017, Cal women's tennis in fall 2017 and spring 2018, Cal women's basketball in winter 2017-2018 and Cal football in fall 2018 and fall 2019. Josh was previously a spring 2018 co-assistant sports editor, the fall 2018 lead sports editor and the fall 2019 editorial hiring manager. He wrapped up his time at The Daily Californian as the spring 2020 editor-in-chief & president.

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The following is a Q&A between Josh Yuen, football beat writer for The Daily Californian, and Nathan Ackerman, sports editor for the Daily Trojan.
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The following is a Q&A between Josh Yuen, football beat writer for The Daily Californian, and Nathan Ackerman, sports editor for the Daily Trojan.
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Less than 24 hours until kickoff against Washington State, Cal football revealed its starting quarterback for the game: redshirt junior Devon Modster.
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Less than 24 hours until kickoff against Washington State, Cal football revealed its starting quarterback for the game: redshirt junior Devon Modster.
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Trevon Clark spent many afternoons in his car, trying to catch up on sleep during his days as a community college commuter. Today, he’s a starting wide receiver for a Division I program.
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Trevon Clark spent many afternoons in his car, trying to catch up on sleep during his days as a community college commuter. Today, he’s a starting wide receiver for a Division I program.
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The following is a Q&A between Josh Yuen, football beat writer for The Daily Californian, and Sam Grant, football beat writer for the Daily Evergreen. The interview has been edited for clarity and length.
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The following is a Q&A between Josh Yuen, football beat writer for The Daily Californian, and Sam Grant, football beat writer for the Daily Evergreen. The interview has been edited for clarity and length.
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In 2019, his second season as head coach of the Cal baseball program, Mike Neu led the Bears to their first postseason appearance since 2015.
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In 2019, his second season as head coach of the Cal baseball program, Mike Neu led the Bears to their first postseason appearance since 2015.
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For the first time since Oct. 13, 2018, Tim DeRuyter’s defense surrendered more than 24 points in a game.
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For the first time since Oct. 13, 2018, Tim DeRuyter’s defense surrendered more than 24 points in a game.
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If he does indeed draw the start, Brasch will be the third different quarterback to start under center for the Bears in 2019, and the first true freshman quarterback to start since Jared Goff’s collegiate debut in Aug. 2013.
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If he does indeed draw the start, Brasch will be the third different quarterback to start under center for the Bears in 2019, and the first true freshman quarterback to start since Jared Goff’s collegiate debut in Aug. 2013.
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The reason for Ogunbanjo’s suspension was not specified. The true sophomore from Houston, Texas has competed in 16 games across the past two years, and has recorded seven tackles, a forced fumble and two quarterback hits in 2019.
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The reason for Ogunbanjo’s suspension was not specified. The true sophomore from Houston, Texas has competed in 16 games across the past two years, and has recorded seven tackles, a forced fumble and two quarterback hits in 2019.
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