Bring ’em out; Bears begin fall camp

At the beginning of practice, speakers blared and Gucci Mane’s “Met Gala” set the the tone for camp, but a short while later, the music was gone in what seemed like an even bigger change in tone. While it was only the first day of camp, it was clear that the Bears were hard at work, and with good reason. Many predict that Cal will have a mediocre season and camp is going to be crucial for the Bears if they want to make waves in an extremely competitive Pac-12 conference.
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Justin Wilcox, Tre Watson and James Looney take Pac-12 Media Day

Voting on the tastiest donut, trying to figure out if a certain head also stars in “Game of Thrones” and getting messy with some slime stole the show in star-studded Hollywood. During the 2017 Pac-12 Media Day, senior Tre Watson and redshirt senior James Looney of Cal football, along with head coach Justin Wilcox, took a break from the practice field for some fun and games.
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3 Bears selected in 2017 NFL Draft

Following the 2017 NFL Draft, both former Bears are moving to the east coast and meeting back up in New York, Webb with the Giants and Hansen with the Jets. The two will have another year of sharing the field, this time at MetLife Stadium; they’ll just be alternating weeks.
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Cal football shows fresh faces in Spring Day Game

“Where’s Chad Handsome?” “He ain’t here anymore, darling.” As the players took the field for Cal football’s spring game, this question and answer between fans in the stand summed up the strange position the Bears find themselves in. With an entirely new coaching staff in place and almost all of
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Make Them Gold: Justin Wilcox comes to Cal with the pressure on

Justin Wilcox doesn’t want to be positioned as a hero. Even as he begins helming the football team of the nation’s most debt-ridden athletics department — the program that Cal Athletics desperately hopes can scrounge up enough money to help end the financial disaster — Wilcox wants the attention to
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Dear Justin Wilcox: Don’t move into Sonny Dykes’ old house

(Disclaimer: The following story is not actually intended to dissuade anyone from buying Sonny Dykes’ house. It’s a nice place, really.) Cal football’s former head coach Sonny Dykes is selling his Piedmont, California, home, as first reported by realtor.com. The house, which is listed at $4.25 million, is the seemingly
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