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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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The latest hope in question took the form of Cal’s opening touchdown against USC, in a game that ultimately ended in a 35-41 blue and gold loss.
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The latest hope in question took the form of Cal’s opening touchdown against USC, in a game that ultimately ended in a 35-41 blue and gold loss.
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If the blue and gold’s offense improves and the defense continues its stride, this Bears team may have success this season.
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If the blue and gold’s offense improves and the defense continues its stride, this Bears team may have success this season.
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Referees who can’t visualize straight lines are one thing; a rulebook that forbids spinning the ball after your first touchdown is unhinged.
Referees who can’t visualize straight lines are one thing; a rulebook that forbids spinning the ball after your first touchdown is unhinged.
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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Cal’s cross country athletes certainly made their presence known in Riverside territory. WIth nine athletes recording their personal best records, it was the individual achievements that deserved a spotlight from the power of the pen.
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Cal’s cross country athletes certainly made their presence known in Riverside territory. WIth nine athletes recording their personal best records, it was the individual achievements that deserved a spotlight from the power of the pen.
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Looking to complete a miracle, Plummer’s Hail Mary soared into the endzone and agonizingly bounced around before falling to the ground.
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Looking to complete a miracle, Plummer’s Hail Mary soared into the endzone and agonizingly bounced around before falling to the ground.
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It’s by far the Bears’ biggest game of the season and their biggest in several years. Cal has a chance to surprise on a national stage.
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It’s by far the Bears’ biggest game of the season and their biggest in several years. Cal has a chance to surprise on a national stage.
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Charlie Hickey writes music on authenticity-powered autopilot. It's the kind of art there isn’t really a playbook for, but nevertheless creates compelling, plangent artistry.
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Charlie Hickey writes music on authenticity-powered autopilot. It's the kind of art there isn’t really a playbook for, but nevertheless creates compelling, plangent artistry.
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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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With the Big Ten’s recent decision to play football this fall after all, there are a few questions worth asking.
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With the Big Ten’s recent decision to play football this fall after all, there are a few questions worth asking.
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