Bears aiming for walk in the park at AT&T

FCS Presbyterian likely won’t have a prayer against an undefeated Cal squad in its home opener in San Francisco.

Leading off Wednesday afternoon’s press conference, one reporter asked how many snaps Cal head coach Jeff Tedford wants backup quarterback Allen Bridgford to get on Saturday against Presbyterian. This wasn’t the first type of question he had received about backups receiving extended playing time. “At any opportunity that we have
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Cal battles Santa Clara in Bay Area Classic finale

The battle over ultimate soccer supremacy of the Bay Area will reach its thrilling conclusion Friday afternoon at Edwards Stadium. The Cal men’s soccer team (2-1-2) beat San Francisco in the its season opener and, now three weeks later, will face a rugged Santa Clara squad at 4 p.m. to
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Bears enter road trip with highest ranking in 10 years

After three weeks of undefeated play, including four upsets over ranked opponents, the Cal field hockey team found itself with their highest ranking in ten years and their first top 20 appearance since the 2008 season. The now-No. 11 Bears (5-0) had done everything they could possibly do leading up
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Brothers in arms

Marshawn Lynch and Justin Forsett were as close as brothers during their time at Cal. Now, they have been reunited in the NFL.

On June 18, 2010, running back Marshawn Lynch left early from Buffalo Bills Optional Team Activites, an action that raised more than a couple eyebrows. This coming about a year after the Oakland native received a misdemeanor weapons charge that resulted in a three-game suspension during the 2009 NFL season,
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Pac-12 Power Rankings: Week 2

NORTH DIVISION No. 1: Stanford (2-0) Saturday afternoon at Raleigh’s, the screens flashed from the Cal-Colorado game to Stanford-Duke highlights and fans in the Telegraph bar cheered. They cheered, because it was only halftime and the Cardinal were only up 17-7 against Duke and Andrew Luck — for the first
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