2014 is Goff’s chance to shine for Cal football

It seems strange to say, but the Cal football team reached its peak during its first game of last season. It’s hard to pinpoint when in that 14-point loss to then-No. 22 Northwestern Cal nose-dived, but you could argue the Bears’ peak turned into a valley with 8:00 remaining in
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Don’t get your hopes up

In sports, you get used to heartbreak. You get used to people losing by milliseconds — by inches. You may even get used to the sort of thing that happened to my Steelers last season. They needed eight games to result in  a certain way over the final two weeks
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Broussard’s injury an ominous one for Cal football

In the heat of the moment he was an easy scapegoat, but it was never Andy Buh’s fault. One does not just lose the entirety of the secondary to injuries and still expect a stingy defense. One cannot guide a mish-mash group of walk-ons and freshmen to competency, no matter
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Injury bug hits Cal football during 2nd week of fall camp

With just over a week of fall training camp in the books, a batch of injuries has finally hit the Cal football team. Head coach Sonny Dykes revealed after Wednesday’s closed practice that junior linebacker Nathan Broussard — projected on the preseason depth chart to start at middle linebacker —
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Cal football’s wide receivers shine in 2nd day of fall camp

“The head turn is everything,” Cal football wide receivers coach Rob Likens instructed receiver De’Zhon Grace after running a quick curl route. “You need to sell it.” 3:30 p.m. marked the start of the second day of the Bears’ fall training camp, but Grace and Likens, standing on the goal
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