Bring ’em out; Bears begin fall camp

At the beginning of practice, speakers blared and Gucci Mane’s “Met Gala” set the the tone for camp, but a short while later, the music was gone in what seemed like an even bigger change in tone. While it was only the first day of camp, it was clear that the Bears were hard at work, and with good reason. Many predict that Cal will have a mediocre season and camp is going to be crucial for the Bears if they want to make waves in an extremely competitive Pac-12 conference.
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Kinda messed up

Cal football played 203 snaps Friday against Oregon. That’s wild. The offense ran 118 plays and the defense saw 85. The Bears played nearly two games in one. To put things into perspective, the Seattle Seahawks ran just 57 plays against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. The Cardinals ran 90
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Cal football prepares to face flailing Ducks

With half the season officially in the books, the 2016 Cal football team (3-3, 1-2 Pac-12) remains just as puzzling as it was in August. The offense has looked almost as potent as last year’s, the team has notched two impressive home wins against ranked teams and Chad Hansen has
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Making a football team using Cal’s non-football players

Cal football was in the headlines again this week after its big, late-night upset of Texas. It turns out headlines and national attention are really fun! But once the Bears go against the tough Pac-12 schedule ahead of them, chances are that they’ll start to disappoint. How could we guarantee
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Cal football hosts Longhorns at Memorial Stadium

There may be more bands (two) on the field than punts Saturday when the Cal football team (1-1) takes on a No. 11 Texas (2-0) squad that seems to have prematurely risen in the rankings. Both teams come into the matchup with explosive offenses, each scoring at least 40 points
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Cal football’s rankings in important stats

Now that we are two games into Cal football’s season, the sample size is somewhat more worth looking at. Where in the nation do the Bears rank in some key stats? Chad Hansen, 1st in receiving yards (350) and receptions (28) As Cal’s top returning receiver, there were some big
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5 takeaways from Cal football’s win over Hawaii

The Cal football team took out Hawaii by 20 points in Australia to open the college football season. While only one game is out of the way thus far, there are still some takeaways to be made about the Bears after Friday’s win. The defense is still bad Sure, Cal
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