Fall Camp Notebook: Day Nine

This past Sunday, the Cal football coaching staff held its first personnel meeting, an early step at figuring out who will or won’t be getting minutes this season. After Monday’s practice, it seemed like Brendan Bigelow might be one of the many left out.The freshman tailback has seen a minimal
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Fall Camp Notebook: Day Three

A reporter asked Chris McCain what animal he would be, and the freshman linebacker picked a cheetah. “I like to run,” he said. McCain was all over the place on Monday, invading the backfield on the third day of fall camp — the second of three on the schedule that
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Fall Camp Preview: Storylines to watch

We’ll be posting daily online updates from fall camp starting Saturday. In-depth position previews for Cal can be found on our Football Blog.  1. Zach Maynard under center — and in the spotlight With the departure of Kevin Riley, Cal’s quarterback competition figured to be the team’s most wide-open in
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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!).

Position Preview: Quarterback

Position Previews: Running Backs | Receivers | O-line | Secondary | D-line Linebackers | Special Teams The Year That Was Kevin Riley declared that 2010 would be his best season ever.  Things didn’t go according to plan. Though Riley’s offensive line didn’t make it easy for him, the fifth-year senior
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Position Preview: Receivers

The Year That Was When Keenan Allen put on an opening-day show against UC Davis, it looked like the Bears had the makings of a top-flight receiving tandem. And while Allen and Marvin Jones were both steady in 2010, you had the feeling that the fall could have featured more.
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Tedford picks Maynard as the Bears’ starting quarterback

In recent years, Cal football coach Jeff Tedford has kept the public waiting to find out who will be starting under center. That won’t be the case this season. Tedford announced Saturday that junior Zach Maynard will be team’s starting quarterback, ending a competition that began at the close of
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