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Cal comes closer, but leaves more disappointed after eighth straight Big Game loss

By Morris Phillips

The losses to Stanford–now eight and counting–are difficult enough to process for the Cal Bears. But the latest one, both close and winnable, hurt that much more. 431 more words

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LaVar Ball tells Trump to piss off

LaVar Ball is definitely a Big Baller.  He essentially told our Dear Leader Donald Trump to piss off yesterday.

In response to questions about Trump’s involvement in the release of Little Baller LiAngelo Ball and his two UCLA teammate’s, he said the following: 210 more words

Politics

The Champions Classic Theory

Kentucky Basketball and the Champions Classic:

An Indicator of a Good Season

Written by Wade Hodges

ESPN’s State Farm Champions Classic has happened in early November of every year since the 2011-12 season. 1,643 more words

Basketball

Penny's 429 all-purpose yards, 4 TDs help SDSU beat Nevada

SAN DIEGO — Rashaad Penny had a San Diego State-record 429 all-purpose yards and scored four touchdowns to help San Diego State beat Nevada 42-23 on Saturday night. 211 more words

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Stanford holds off Cal to keep Pac-12 title hopes alive

November 18, 2017: Stanford Cardinal running back Cameron Scarlett (22) tries to escape Cal’s defense, during a NCAA Football game between the California Golden Bears and the Stanford Cardinal at the Stanford Stadium in Stanford, California. 600 more words

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Week 13 NCAA Football Power Rankings & Trends

Photo Credit: en.tubgit.com (featured image), CBS Sports (team logos)

  1.  Alabama Crimson Tide (11-0), +1
  2.  Wisconsin Badgers (11-0), +1
  3.  Miami Hurricanes (10-0), -2
  4.  Clemson Tigers (10-1)
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Sports

No. 16 Washington gets 10 points in last minute to stun Utah

SEATTLE — A bit of late-game mastery by Washington quarterback Jake Browning provided Tristan Vizcaino a chance at redemption for a season of shaky kicking and the capper to one crazy rally. 889 more words

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