BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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The Daily Californian’s sports writers share the greatest or most memorable sports moments they have witnessed live.
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The Daily Californian’s sports writers share the greatest or most memorable sports moments they have witnessed live.
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But no one person should be calling the shots. Ultimately, it is the players and the fans who care most about the team. They are the ones who should own sports.
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But no one person should be calling the shots. Ultimately, it is the players and the fans who care most about the team. They are the ones who should own sports.
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The story of Tom Flores is integral to the story of professional football, and there is no one more deserving of Hall of Fame honors than the groundbreaking four-time Super Bowl champion.
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The story of Tom Flores is integral to the story of professional football, and there is no one more deserving of Hall of Fame honors than the groundbreaking four-time Super Bowl champion.
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We’ve survived more than seven months without regular season NFL, and the Falcons vs. Eagles game should be a wonderful preview of the drama and intrigue to come.
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We’ve survived more than seven months without regular season NFL, and the Falcons vs. Eagles game should be a wonderful preview of the drama and intrigue to come.
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The Oakland Raiders will soon be no more, and frankly, it’s a sad reality that I, a lifelong Raiders fan, am still trying to accept.
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The Oakland Raiders will soon be no more, and frankly, it’s a sad reality that I, a lifelong Raiders fan, am still trying to accept.
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The University of California Marching Band performed at the Super Bowl halftime show for the first time Sunday.
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The University of California Marching Band performed at the Super Bowl halftime show for the first time Sunday.
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Amy Trask graduated UC Berkeley in 1982 and went on to become the CEO of the Oakland Raiders in 1979. At the time, Trask was considered one of the most powerful women in sports. She stepped down in 2011 and spent this past season as a CBS Sports Analyst.
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Amy Trask graduated UC Berkeley in 1982 and went on to become the CEO of the Oakland Raiders in 1979. At the time, Trask was considered one of the most powerful women in sports. She stepped down in 2011 and spent this past season as a CBS Sports Analyst.
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