Cal faces uphill route to postseason dreams

Stranger things have happened. The Cal football team currently sits at 3-5 overall following its Big Game loss. The Bears need to win three of their remaining four games just to become bowl-eligible. “That’s all we’re worried about,” said running back C.J. Anderson. “It’s pretty realistic.” With each week, it
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Bears leach off early turnovers for second conference win

PULLMAN, Wash. — Cal’s run game simply could not be stopped. The Bears (3-4, 2-2 in the Pac-12) won their first road game of the 2012 season on Saturday night, riding the ground game to a 31-17 win over Washington State. “I thought the offensive line played really well,” head
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Wake me up when September ends

Just this year, just this once, September should have 28 days. It would be so much more simple if Saturday was the first of October and not the 29th of September. Because September has not gone so well for the Cal football team. The Bears opened the season — and
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USC weapons set to test Cal defense

USC’s Matt Barkley was the Heisman Trophy frontrunner until last Saturday. The senior quarterback’s two interceptions led to a 21-14 loss to Stanford that bumped the Trojans down to No. 13 in the country and out of the national title picture, for now. The Cal football team does not expect
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Cal nearly bucks Ohio State at Horseshoe

COLUMBUS, Ohio — It took Brendan Bigelow 21 seconds to make the Cal faithful believe on Saturday. It only took Vince D’Amato a few seconds to bring Ohio Stadium back to life. On the heels of Bigelow’s 59-yard touchdown run to tie the game in the fourth quarter and an
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