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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

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Giorgio Tavecchio

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Jordan is continuing his dominance over opposing offensive lines, earning another sack in the New Orleans Saints’ 51-14 rout of the Cincinnati Bengals.
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Jordan is continuing his dominance over opposing offensive lines, earning another sack in the New Orleans Saints’ 51-14 rout of the Cincinnati Bengals.
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With Aaron Rodgers gone for the foreseeable future, the Cal fantasy stat lines are going to more heavily rely on other players to pick up the slack. While this week big stat lines did not quite happen, Rams’ quarterback Jared Goff had the only notable of the day, as the only former Golden Bear to find the end zone. We’ll start with the (relative) highlight.
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With Aaron Rodgers gone for the foreseeable future, the Cal fantasy stat lines are going to more heavily rely on other players to pick up the slack. While this week big stat lines did not quite happen, Rams’ quarterback Jared Goff had the only notable of the day, as the only former Golden Bear to find the end zone. We’ll start with the (relative) highlight.
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Looking like a seasoned veteran in his first career game, Tavecchio deserves a look on just about everyone’s fantasy roster. It’s an extraordinary story for an even more extraordinary left foot, that one week in, is the No. 1 kicker in fantasy.
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Looking like a seasoned veteran in his first career game, Tavecchio deserves a look on just about everyone’s fantasy roster. It’s an extraordinary story for an even more extraordinary left foot, that one week in, is the No. 1 kicker in fantasy.
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It’s halftime in Berkeley on a warm fall day at California Memorial Stadium. The marching band leaves the turf, and spectators grab concessions and wait for the second half to begin. An empty field is filled by a handful of players in gold and navy blue who run out from the home team’s tunnel.
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It’s halftime in Berkeley on a warm fall day at California Memorial Stadium. The marching band leaves the turf, and spectators grab concessions and wait for the second half to begin. An empty field is filled by a handful of players in gold and navy blue who run out from the home team’s tunnel.
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