Washington dominates glass en route to romp

Heading into Wednesday night’s matchup with the Cal men’s basketball team, Washington ranked 10th in the Pac-12 in rebounding — eight slots behind its opponents. Yet the Bears made them look like one of the best rebounding teams in in the country, surrendering 20 offensive boards en route to a
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Wallace dazzles in first career start against UCSB

In his first career start, freshman guard Tyrone Wallace did not disappoint. Replacing senior guard Brandon Smith, Wallace provided a much needed spark on offense, and his 10 second half points led the Cal men’s basketball team to a 68-59 win over UCSB (4-6). Wallace proved his ability to create
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Montgomery towers over rivalry’s lack of rivalry

Mike Montgomery insists that no one should make a fuss over the Cal-Stanford men’s basketball rivalry. “It’s not like football,” Cal’s skipper said. “It’s not the Big Game, where you have luncheons six days a week. “We try not to get too over the top.” Montgomery never really needed to
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Cal forward Solomon ruled academically ineligible

Forward Richard Solomon has been ruled academically ineligible and will miss the remainder of the 2011-12 season. His departure ends what has been a up-and-down winter for the 6-foot-10 sophomore, and leaves the Cal men’s basketball team — tied with Stanford for first in the Pac-12 — with very little
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Sports In Brief

Robert Thurman headlines Cal hoops’ European Tour Robert Thurman tallied three points all of last season. Don’t tell Europe that. The Cal men’s basketball power forward poured in 38 points in the final two games of the Bears’ European Tour. Cal defeated the Danish National Team, 81-73, on Saturday at
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