BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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After spending his first two seasons at right guard, Saffell will replace veteran Addison Ooms and return to the position where he won first-team all-state honors in high school. 
After spending his first two seasons at right guard, Saffell will replace veteran Addison Ooms and return to the position where he won first-team all-state honors in high school. 
While Cal is seemingly out of the storm of its three-game losing streak, in recent history, the program’s downfall has been its failure to string together enough significant wins to be taken seriously in the football world.
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While Cal is seemingly out of the storm of its three-game losing streak, in recent history, the program’s downfall has been its failure to string together enough significant wins to be taken seriously in the football world.
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For the second year in a row, redshirt senior center Addison Ooms has been named to the preseason watchlist for the Rimington Trophy, an honor bestowed annually upon the best center in college football.
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For the second year in a row, redshirt senior center Addison Ooms has been named to the preseason watchlist for the Rimington Trophy, an honor bestowed annually upon the best center in college football.
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With Hansen taking his talents to the East Coast and Robertson coming off a stellar year, the sophomore will be a favorite target by whomever takes snaps for the Bears in 2017.
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With Hansen taking his talents to the East Coast and Robertson coming off a stellar year, the sophomore will be a favorite target by whomever takes snaps for the Bears in 2017.
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Five athletes from Cal football, including one defensive, two offensive and two special teams players have been nominated to 2017 player award Watch Lists. Redshirt seniors James Looney, Matt Anderson, Ray Hudson, graduate transfer punter Steven Coutts and redshirt junior Addison Ooms are all on the radar as top players in the nation.
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Five athletes from Cal football, including one defensive, two offensive and two special teams players have been nominated to 2017 player award Watch Lists. Redshirt seniors James Looney, Matt Anderson, Ray Hudson, graduate transfer punter Steven Coutts and redshirt junior Addison Ooms are all on the radar as top players in the nation.
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Quarterbacks and running backs typically receive most of the credit on the offense, but without protection or room to run, an offense falls to pieces and Cal needs its big men if it wants to have a successful 2017 season.
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Quarterbacks and running backs typically receive most of the credit on the offense, but without protection or room to run, an offense falls to pieces and Cal needs its big men if it wants to have a successful 2017 season.
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