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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 02, 2023

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Jesse Stewart

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On Early National Signing Day, Cal managed to sign its highest-ranked offensive recruit since 2017 in Norco running back Jaydn Ott.
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On Early National Signing Day, Cal managed to sign its highest-ranked offensive recruit since 2017 in Norco running back Jaydn Ott.
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The Bears have added six new faces (all three-star recruits) to the Cal family so far today, and presumably have quite a few more on the way.
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The Bears have added six new faces (all three-star recruits) to the Cal family so far today, and presumably have quite a few more on the way.
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Tonges totaled 47 receptions for 620 yards and four touchdowns at Cal over his career. His seniority and presence may be missed by Cal in the season to come.
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Tonges totaled 47 receptions for 620 yards and four touchdowns at Cal over his career. His seniority and presence may be missed by Cal in the season to come.
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The Daily Californian’s sports staff hands out letter grades to Cal football after a long, tumultuous season with plenty of ups and downs.
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The Daily Californian’s sports staff hands out letter grades to Cal football after a long, tumultuous season with plenty of ups and downs.
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Nikko Remigio went up and over the Bruins and caught his longest pass of the season so far, springing open an explosive second quarter for the Golden Bears.
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Nikko Remigio went up and over the Bruins and caught his longest pass of the season so far, springing open an explosive second quarter for the Golden Bears.
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The Bears will need to have more ball control than they did against UCLA if they hope to stand a chance against a team that is more talented on paper.
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The Bears will need to have more ball control than they did against UCLA if they hope to stand a chance against a team that is more talented on paper.
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Cal has one final game: USC at home, where it will honor the seniors that have played such a pivotal role in the program over the last four (or five, or six or even seven years). While there may not be real stakes to play for, the Bears will certainly want to win for the seniors.
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Cal has one final game: USC at home, where it will honor the seniors that have played such a pivotal role in the program over the last four (or five, or six or even seven years). While there may not be real stakes to play for, the Bears will certainly want to win for the seniors.
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Miscommunications on defense, poor alignments and a truly awful selection of both offensive and defensive play calls left much to be desired. In other words, the Stanford football team had the same abysmal organizational skills as the Stanford band at halftime.
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Miscommunications on defense, poor alignments and a truly awful selection of both offensive and defensive play calls left much to be desired. In other words, the Stanford football team had the same abysmal organizational skills as the Stanford band at halftime.
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When Marqez Bimage drove his way to Berkeley, he had a few people buoying him up: his brother, his girlfriend and Ms. Lauryn Hill.
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When Marqez Bimage drove his way to Berkeley, he had a few people buoying him up: his brother, his girlfriend and Ms. Lauryn Hill.
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This game, to many fans, defines if the Bears had a “good” or “bad” season, regardless of what the rest of the year looked like.
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This game, to many fans, defines if the Bears had a “good” or “bad” season, regardless of what the rest of the year looked like.
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