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Buffaloes Deliver Rocky Mountain Low to Cal Bears

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Steven Montez bounced back from a benching a week earlier and threw for 347 yards and three touchdowns in Colorado’s 44-28 win over California on Saturday when the school retired the jersey of the late Rashaan Salaam, the school’s only Heisman Trophy winner. 533 more words


Cal Loses To Arizona In Double Overtime

BERKELEY (AP) — Arizona running back Zach Green couldn’t bring himself to watch California’s two-point conversion attempt in overtime and instead stared at his helmet. 808 more words


California WR Demetris Robertson out for season

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — California receiver Demetris Robertson will miss the rest of the season with a lower-body injury.

Robertson said on Twitter that he had surgery to repair an injury that bothered him last season. 99 more words

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This $10 college football bet in Week 1 would have made you a millionaire

Hindsight is always 20/20 in sports betting. It’s really not worth looking back at what could have been. But since sports bettors are gluttons for punishment, we’re going to do exactly that every week of the college football season by looking back at a five-team parlay that would have made you a pile of cash. 121 more words


Bowers Leads Cal Past UNC 35-30 in Wilcox's Debut

CHAPEL HILL N.C. (AP) — Ross Bowers threw for 363 yards and four touchdowns in his first college start, helping California beat North Carolina 35-30 on Saturday in the Golden Bears’ first game under Justin Wilcox. 271 more words


Clemson grad transfer Scott Pagano opts for Oregon over Oklahoma

We already knew the two schools a prominent graduate transfer would move on to. Now we know which one specifically.

On his Instagram account Friday, … 468 more words

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Cal's Charlie Moore will transfer

Cal’s Charlie Moore was expected to play an important role in the first season of the Wyking Jones era. However, the freshman point guard has elected to transfer to a school closer to his home in Chicago, the program announced on Thursday night. 242 more words