1. Mike Leach To The Oakland Raiders? A Pro-Con Debate (Humor)

    Word around the campfire is that Mike Leach has drawn interest from the Silver and Black. Here are some incredibly serious reasons for and against hiring the Mad Scientist: Pros: The arrival ...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about almost 5 years ago 1,195 reads 1 comments

  2. Gilbert Arenas Gives "Agent Zero" Nickname To Chad Ochocinco (Humor)

    Chad Ochocinco will be changing his last name for the second time in honor of a number, according to one of his recent tweets...

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  3. Cal Football Decade in Review: The Best and Worst of the 2000s

    A popular Cal infomercial states that the school has a "long tradition of untraditional excellence." For the football team, going from a near winless campaign to a near Rose Bowl berth in three years will certainly get you that moniker...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 3,525 reads 9 comments

  4. And a Partridge in a (Golden) Bear Tree: Cal Bears Holiday Gift Ideas

    It's a week before Christmas Eve—the special time of year when holiday shoppers begin thinking about reminding themselves to start looking for presents for that special someone...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 657 reads 2 comments

  5. Tiger Woods' Controversy May Help Publishing Industry Rebound (Satire)

    According to editors and financial observers, the growing reports and speculation about Tiger Woods' alleged infidelities, which surfaced after the minor car accident he suffered outside his Florida home on Nov...

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  6. Pac-10 2009 Season Review: Dishing Out the Awards

    Wow is all I can say. Earlier in the year, I wrote about how the 2007 season was one of the more memorable seasons for the Pac-10 in recent memory. This past campaign appears to have changed that notion...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 1,501 reads 10 comments

  7. Cal-Washington 2009 Preview: Expect a Quarterback Match-up, At Last

    For the past three years, contests between the Cal Golden Bears and Washington Huskies have amounted to running back showcases...

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  8. Some Letters From Around College Football on Saturday (Satire)

    Dear Coach Harbaugh, I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for your ringing Heisman endorsement after the Notre Dame win. Also, I want to thank you for giving me the ball late with the game on the line—you know, unlike the week before...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 547 reads 1 comments

  9. Five People Cal Fans Should Thank for the 2009 Big Game Victory

    The excitement is still floating around the UC Berkeley campus following the most significant - and most exciting - Big Game in recent memory...

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  10. Cal-Stanford 2009: Big Game Preview, Countdown Style

    Five Lesser-Known Golden Bears Who May Make a Difference Alex Lagemann— The redshirt sophomore receiver may only have eight catches for 108 yards this season, but seven of them have been for ...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 1,266 reads 0 comments

  11. The Biggest Game: Cal-Stanford 2009 and the Bay Area Football Hierarchy

    Something tumultuous can happen this weekend in northern California. No, it has nothing to do with UC Berkeley's protests against the Regents' 32 percent tuition fee hike; nor does it have anything ...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 905 reads 0 comments

  12. Jahvid Best's Injury: The Worst-Case Scenario for Cal's Offense

    One moment, Jahvid Best galloped seven yards and leaped into the end zone to the delight of the Memorial Stadium fans.   An instant later, the crowd went from cheering to stunned silence...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 2,602 reads 2 comments

  13. Cal vs. Oregon State: Presenting a Drinking Game For Bears Fans

    On Saturday at 4pm, I will be standing in the student section of Memorial Stadium to watch the California Golden Bears try and beat the Oregon State Beavers for the first time at home in four years—and seek revenge for 2007's heartbreaking loss...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 292 reads 0 comments

  14. Cal-Arizona State: Ten Thoughts From The Bears' Halloween Scare

    1. I know Berkeley fans have been hard on Jeff Tedford and offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig to be more creative, but a pass out of the wildcat by Shane Vereen on second and goal when the team is down one with under a minute left is not the way to go...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 278 reads 0 comments

  15. Cal-Arizona State: Kevin Riley Doing His Best To Keep Both Teams in It

    The Bears looked to run away with this contest early, thanks to the sharp throwing of Kevin Riley, who connected on some nice deep balls and threw scores to Marvin Jones and Jahvid Best. 14-0 Cal early...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 94 reads 0 comments

  16. Cal Halloween Special: Pac-10 Players Who Should Spook The Bears

    Boo! If this article picture (or memories of the USC game, for that matter) didn't scare Cal fans too much, my latest Top-10 list is bound to do the trick...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 136 reads 0 comments

  17. Cal-USC 2009 and the Limits of Emotional Investment in Football

    I'll say it right now, though my readers may already know: I'm as big a Cal fan as they come. A season ticket holder for three years running, a regular at noon rallies, and an eternal Rose Bowl ...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about 5 years ago 366 reads 6 comments

  18. The California-Oregon Game Features Two Armed Guys, but are They Dangerous?

    It's safe to say that before the 2009 season, Jeremiah Masoli and Kevin Riley couldn't have been in more different positions...

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  19. Bear Hunting Season: Ranking Cal's Most Dangerous Games Left on the Schedule

    It seems like everything is falling into place for Cal after the Bears' big road win over Minnesota: a No. 6 national ranking, Jahvid Best going from darkhorse to contender overnight in the Heisman circles, and an upset loss by some rival down south...

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  20. Letters From A Cal Football Fan On Saturday

    Dear Jeremy Ross, I temporarily take back what I said about you earlier. Way to come through in the clutch with big catches in the fourth quarter, especially on that 3rd-and-16; I have to admit, I didn't expect that from you...

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  21. No More California Heartbreak: Bears Must Maintain Late-Game Composure

    In college football's opening two weeks, we have found out a lot about Cal. Jahvid Best has been as good as advertised...

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  22. Cal-Eastern Washington: What We Learned

    Cal's backfield just got deeper Earlier, I asked about which reserves will shine for the Bears against the Eagles, and the answer seems to have come from the running back spot, as the Bears ...

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  23. Five Burning Questions: Cal vs. Eastern Washington

    1. Will Kevin Riley stay hot? The junior quarterback had an uneven season last year, but he actually started off the 2008 season well, putting up somewhat similar numbers to his opener against ...

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  24. Four Down Territory: Ed's Weekly Musings on College Football

    I'm going to try to make this a recurring feature for my columns, because there is more to the college football world than the California Golden Bears (as hard as it may be for me to admit that)...

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  25. Revisiting My Five Burning Questions: Cal Vs. Maryland

    How did Kevin Riley Debut? It's safe to say that the junior quarterback answered a lot of critics on Saturday night, completing 17-of-26 for 298 yards and four touchdowns...

    Warderro Written by Warderro about over 5 years ago 394 reads 2 comments