BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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With the power to evoke overwhelming jubilation, a college football game is a hiatus from everyday existence for fans. But for the athletes on the gridiron, the game is a microcosm of real life.
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With the power to evoke overwhelming jubilation, a college football game is a hiatus from everyday existence for fans. But for the athletes on the gridiron, the game is a microcosm of real life.
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There has been much anticipation surrounding potential picks with the NFL draft approaching. Sports reporter AJ Alany gives his take on the upcoming football festivities.
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There has been much anticipation surrounding potential picks with the NFL draft approaching. Sports reporter AJ Alany gives his take on the upcoming football festivities.
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The Bears will need to have more ball control than they did against UCLA if they hope to stand a chance against a team that is more talented on paper.
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The Bears will need to have more ball control than they did against UCLA if they hope to stand a chance against a team that is more talented on paper.
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Kai Millner has found ways to relieve the pressure that comes with confronting both adulthood and the possibility that he could be the next face of Cal football.
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Kai Millner has found ways to relieve the pressure that comes with confronting both adulthood and the possibility that he could be the next face of Cal football.
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The reality is that Daniel Scott ends up where he wants to end up. After all, he sees the game play out before it even happens.
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The reality is that Daniel Scott ends up where he wants to end up. After all, he sees the game play out before it even happens.
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What the pandemic — and the attempts to play in it — have shown is that our society treats college football as a professional sport.
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What the pandemic — and the attempts to play in it — have shown is that our society treats college football as a professional sport.
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At some point, we must look in the mirror and ask ourselves what our priorities are if we’re playing football now.
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At some point, we must look in the mirror and ask ourselves what our priorities are if we’re playing football now.
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If you’re out in the world at all, do yourself and everyone around you a favor, and treat yourself like an all-world athlete. Get up, touch your toes, crack your back and walk yourself down to your favorite COVID-19 testing facility.
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If you’re out in the world at all, do yourself and everyone around you a favor, and treat yourself like an all-world athlete. Get up, touch your toes, crack your back and walk yourself down to your favorite COVID-19 testing facility.
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Underdogs have pulled off upsets, the titans have stumbled and chaos is running rampant. In short, college football around the country is starting to look a lot like the Pac-12. Welcome to the party, America.
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Underdogs have pulled off upsets, the titans have stumbled and chaos is running rampant. In short, college football around the country is starting to look a lot like the Pac-12. Welcome to the party, America.
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Three popular sports and their reactions to the Spanish flu show us that sports are a breeding ground for disease spread — and that every precaution available should be taken before returning to play as usual.
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Three popular sports and their reactions to the Spanish flu show us that sports are a breeding ground for disease spread — and that every precaution available should be taken before returning to play as usual.
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