Farewell column: Still crazy after all these years

I promised myself I wouldn’t cry while writing this, but I can feel the saltwater in my eyes, and I haven’t even finished the first sentence. I know it’s time; I’m just not ready. I guess that’s why I’ve been putting off writing this, even though the words have been
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Colorado, Utah surely glad to be on the way home

Welcome to the Pac-12 road, Colorado and Utah. Both teams probably felt pretty good after the first two weeks of the conference season. The Buffaloes were alone in first place, the only squad undefeated in Pac-12 play. Behind an 18-point win over Washington and a 40-point drubbing of Utah, Colorado
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The Kupe D’etat: An 0de t0 Eugeni0

On Wednesday, Sept. 28, the entire country, nay the world, witnessed the culmination of the greatest collapse in the history of baseball. People all across the globe sat in bewilderment in front of their TVs, stared blankly at their computer screens, clicked furiously on their phones to constantly refresh —
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Cal is favorite in Big Spike and will be for some time

It was the pivotal point in a sensational season. On Oct. 22, 2010, the Cal volleyball team went into Maples Pavilion on the Stanford campus and did more than just win a match — the squad made a statement. The Bears’ 3-1 victory over then-No. 2 Stanford catapulted them up
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