1. Non-LaGarrette Blount Thoughts on Oregon-Boise State

    That's right, I'm taking a break from all things Golden Bears. And that's right, I said it: this article will be free of any mention of the name of a certain Ducks running back wearing No. 9...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 347 reads 0 comments

  2. Five Burning Questions: Cal Vs. Maryland

    For those of you wondering, no I'm not trying to imitate Jim Rome (as of today, I still have yet to grow a successful goatee). Anyways clones, with about a week before the season starts, let's get down to business...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 549 reads 3 comments

  3. I'm An Oakland Raider, Get Me Outta Here!

    On Aug. 6, former Pro Bowl defensive end Derrick Burgess got his demands granted and was traded to the New England Patriots. Judging by the newly surfacing reports of altercations involving coaches out of Raiders camp, I wouldn't blame him...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 553 reads 17 comments

  4. Cal Bears in The NFL: Preseason Highlights

    This week has been a bit busy for me, so you won't find too detailed of an article tonight, sorry. But the week has also been busy for some former California Golden Bears, who are engaged in preseason action...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 875 reads 2 comments

  5. California Bears Breaking Out in 2009: Defense

    Cal has eight starters returning from a defense a that was a top 25 unit in overall scoring and against the run, and fourth in total turnovers (34)...

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  6. California Bears Breaking Out in 2009: Offense

    In 2007, Jahvid Best's introduced himself to Bears fans with his explosive running and video-game moves against Tennessee. A year later, his back-up Shane Vereen arrived with an 81-yard touchdown run to seal the openner against Michigan State...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 290 reads 1 comments

  7. California's Keys to Avoiding the Homesick Blues in 2009

    Looking at Cal's 2009 schedule, fans and pundits will mark the Oct. 3 tilt against the USC Trojans at Memorial Stadium as the pivotal contest in the Golden Bears' quest for Pac-10 supremacy (and a BCS birth)...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 266 reads 1 comments

  8. Exploring the Impact of Online Recruiting Sites: Is Faster Better?

    For my first featured column, I'm importing a story I just finished for my college newspaper about online recruiting services...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 193 reads 1 comments

  9. 2007: 10 Games That Shaped the Most Exciting Pac-10 Race Ever

    To any college football fan who has been awake for the past seven years, saying that USC has been the best team in the Pac-10 is about as big an understatement as suggesting that the BCS system is imperfect...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 238 reads 7 comments

  10. President Obama Names Mark Buerhle Health Care Reform "Pitchman" (Humor)

    While calling to congratulate Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark Buerhle on his perfect game, President Barack Obama also selected him to help "pitch" the health care reform bill that has met resistance in both the House and the Senate...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 148 reads 1 comments

  11. Ed's Five Cal Games From Heaven

    Hello, Bleacher creatures, Hopefully my last article about Games from Hell did not send the community into a collective depression. Now, for a more refreshing and uplifting topic - my best game experiences ever...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 288 reads 0 comments

  12. Ed's Five Games From Hell

    Most sports fans can cheerfully recall an incredible game that they attended, with a smile on their faces. They can probably recall even more games that they look back on with a shudder and a grimace...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 675 reads 9 comments

  13. LeBron James And Nike Keep Videotape, Cancel Puppet Commercials (Satire)

    An agreement has finally been reached regarding the fate of a videotape showing Xavier's Jordan Crawford dunking on Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James during a pick-up game at a Nike-sponsored Skills Academy this past Monday...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 484 reads 4 comments

  14. Many Being Manny: The Ramirez Defense Popular Among Athletes (Satire)

    The rise of a new legal defense strategy, used in response to inquiries into illicit athlete behavior, is taking both the sports and legal world by storm...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 129 reads 3 comments

  15. Brandon Jennings Makes Debut 62 Games Into Rookie Season (Satire)

    Milwaukee Bucks' rookie guard Brandon Jennings made his season debut for the team well after the All-Star break, during a home game against the Boston Celtics...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 551 reads 4 comments

  16. The NBA Draft and Deals: My Quick (and Long Overdue) Thoughts

    Five Players Who Landed in Great Situations DeJuan Blair (No. 37, San Antonio) Talk about a perfect match of player and team. The NCAA's leading offensive rebounder falls to the NBA's worst offensive rebounding team...

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  17. Why I'm Glad Orlando's In The NBA Finals

    I'm apologizing in advance. To David Stern: I understand that you missed out on your dream series (Kobe vs. Lebron) and that television ratings may plummet. To Nike: I understand that your Kobe-Lebron puppet commercial gamble has failed...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about over 5 years ago 148 reads 1 comments

  18. AFC West Preview 2009: Scouting the Oakland Raiders' Opponents

    In the wild, wild AFC West, the good was bad and the bad was ugly. San Diego earned a playoff birth, but won the division at 8-8 by winning its final four games...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about over 5 years ago 1,486 reads 7 comments

  19. Four Plays the Oakland Raiders Can Utilize for a More Exciting Offense in 2009

    Last season, the Raiders' anemic offense ranked 29th in the league in scoring (16.4 points per game) and notched just 27 offensive touchdowns. Most importantly, Oakland's attack lacked big play ability...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about over 5 years ago 1,703 reads 7 comments

  20. Oakland Raiders: Training Camp Battles To Watch

    At least Shane Lechler and Sebastian Janikowski are locks... Raiders head coach Tom Cable is coming off of a promising 3-3 finish to the 2008 campaign, but the roster still has notable ...

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  21. LeBron James' Game-Winner vs. Orlando: Where Were You When Amazing Happened?

    So apparently on Friday night, there was a last-second three-pointer by ... What's his name again? Oh right, LeBron James. It may have had some big playoff implications ... Something about avoiding a 2-0 Eastern Conference Finals deficit...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about over 5 years ago 570 reads 0 comments