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by Lindsay Brauner I’ve noticed that recently, absurdity seems to be seems to be characterized by two-syllable words, ending in “–ford.” Let’s start with Stanford. As a third-generation Berkeley student, the Big Game is nothing less than a family … Continue reading
It happens after every season; Cal football looses some of their greatest talents and the NFL gains new rookies. Starting on Thursday, April 26 the NFL Draft will begin. Here is a look at where the Golden Bear standouts are … Continue reading
With two Cal wins in the bag, Dixon Anderson (4-1) was not about to let the chance for a sweep over the Washington Huskies go out on his watch in the final game of the series on Sunday, April 17. … Continue reading
No. 16-ranked California Baseball earned another Pac-10 conference win with a victory 8-2 over the Washington Huskies on Saturday, April 16. Tony Renda lead the Bears with three hits and a three-run double in the second inning while starter Justin … Continue reading
ESPN’s Pac-12 blogger Ted Miller was in the Bay Area this past weekend and did a nice write-up about his observations at Cal’s Spring Practice. California Spring Notes Kevin Cohen
Chancellor Robert Birgeneau announced today that the Cal men’s baseball program will not be cut and continue to compete next season. Here is the release: Dear campus community: I am pleased to announce that Men’s Baseball will continue to compete … Continue reading