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BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 04, 2023

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Once the “Conference of Champions,” the Pac-12 has lost at least three teams to realignment, marking a major shift in the landscape of college athletics.
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Once the “Conference of Champions,” the Pac-12 has lost at least three teams to realignment, marking a major shift in the landscape of college athletics.
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While the Bears have been off the court during his first few months in charge, Madsen oversaw massive squad turnover. With eight outgoing and five incoming transfers, Cal will look like a completely different team next season.
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While the Bears have been off the court during his first few months in charge, Madsen oversaw massive squad turnover. With eight outgoing and five incoming transfers, Cal will look like a completely different team next season.
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Born in Walnut Creek, Madsen is an East Bay local. Madsen is coming off a 28-9 season as head coach of Utah Valley — the winningest in school history.
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Born in Walnut Creek, Madsen is an East Bay local. Madsen is coming off a 28-9 season as head coach of Utah Valley — the winningest in school history.
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The sports department’s staff writers got to take a break from (or, rather, add more work to) their regularly-scheduled beat coverage for this very special edition of the paper.
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The sports department’s staff writers got to take a break from (or, rather, add more work to) their regularly-scheduled beat coverage for this very special edition of the paper.
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The pair arrived at Cal in 2019 from Canada and Australia, respectively. Their departure will further entrench Cal’s dire scoring struggles and represent significant loss for an already-feeble Cal team.
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The pair arrived at Cal in 2019 from Canada and Australia, respectively. Their departure will further entrench Cal’s dire scoring struggles and represent significant loss for an already-feeble Cal team.
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The 1959 championship remains the only title in Cal basketball’s storied history. Like most good things in Cal Athletics history, it came well before many of us were born. 
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The 1959 championship remains the only title in Cal basketball’s storied history. Like most good things in Cal Athletics history, it came well before many of us were born. 
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The move was announced by Cal Athletic Director Jim Knolwton on Thursday, just one day after the Bears crashed out of the Pac-12 tournament in a 69-52 loss to Washington State.
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The move was announced by Cal Athletic Director Jim Knolwton on Thursday, just one day after the Bears crashed out of the Pac-12 tournament in a 69-52 loss to Washington State.
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Rock bottom nowhere in sight, where do the Bears go from here? The answer is simple: down.
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Rock bottom nowhere in sight, where do the Bears go from here? The answer is simple: down.
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The Supreme Court of the United States, the British Monarchy and Cal basketball’s losing streak: It was actually the last of the three — not the institutions that are designed as bastions of stability in a fickle, volatile society — that remained constant over the last nine-and-a-half months.
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The Supreme Court of the United States, the British Monarchy and Cal basketball’s losing streak: It was actually the last of the three — not the institutions that are designed as bastions of stability in a fickle, volatile society — that remained constant over the last nine-and-a-half months.
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With its total losses now reaching double digits, Cal is no longer just battling talent and skill gaps, but morale ones too.
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With its total losses now reaching double digits, Cal is no longer just battling talent and skill gaps, but morale ones too.
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