Pac-12 Power Rankings

NORTH DIVISION No. 1: Stanford (1-0) In short, the Cardinal took care of business on Saturday. The squad, now ranked sixth in the country, easily defeated San Jose State, 57-3 on Saturday. Andrew Luck began his Heisman candidacy with somewhat modest stats, for him at least. The redshirt junior quarterback was
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Pac-12 Preview

The Daily Cal sports desk gives its predictions for the 2011 Pac-12 conference season. Pac-12 Championship Game: Oregon over Utah Defensive Player of the Year: Mychal Kendricks, Cal Offensive Player of the Year: Andrew Luck, Stanford Coach of the Year: Kyle Whittingham, Utah NORTH DIVISION 1. Oregon The Ducks, if
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Save the date: The best fall home games

Football: Sept. 17 vs. Presbyterian I know, I know — why would you want to watch a game that listed as 2011’s most embarrassing matchup between the Big Six and FCS? Barring Tedford-fired-on-the-spot catastrophe, Cal is going to win. Presbyterian College is a school of 1,300 people. Its Wikipedia
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Pac-12 South Preview: USC

The Year That Was It was a messy season for USC. For starters, Lane Kiffin’s squad went 8-5, including an embarrassing 36-7 showing against middling Oregon State. The team also fell at home to nemesis Notre Dame. Mostly, though, 2010 was disappointing because the Trojans were not allowed to play
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Must See: Football vs. Oregon State, Nov. 12

No, the Cal football team won’t technically have any home games in 2011, what with Memorial Stadium hosting an array of cranes. And yes, it’s rather slim pickings for any fan not eager to make a road trip to AT&T Park (The Bears scheduled Presbyterian College, for God’s sake!).

Must-See: Volleyball vs. USC, Oct. 29

The Big Spike is almost always the Cal volleyball team’s biggest home match of the year. This season is one of those rare exceptions. While the Sept. 13 cross-bay rivalry match pits two of the nation’s top teams, it loses some of its magnitude by coming so early in the season.
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Cal pitching coach leaves for USC

Hubbs takes same position at alma mater

Looks like there’s no place like home — not even a miraculous season that ended in Omaha. Less than a month after the Cal baseball team exited the College World Series, pitching coach Dan Hubbs is returning to USC, where he took the mound from 1990 to 1993. Hubbs will
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