1. Calvin Johnson Robbed of Touchdown; Regardless of On-Field Ruling It Was a TD

    Calvin Johnson made a sensational catch on what could have been the game-winning play for the Detroit Lions, but his effort wasn't rewarded even though at first the official had ruled ...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 1,668 reads 6 comments

  2. Cal Bears' Defensive Weaknesses Haven't Been an Issue in the First Two Games

    After the first two games of the season, two of the biggest weaknesses for the California Golden Bears have yet to be a big issue. There were two articles written about the Bears' starting outside linebackers and the secondary...

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  3. San Francisco 49ers Embarrassed in Seattle: What Was Learned From This Ugly Game

    This was the year the San Francisco 49ers were supposed to take the NFC West by storm. Alex Smith finally had an offensive coordinator around for a consecutive season and big things ...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 2,424 reads 132 comments

  4. Bears Slaughter Buffaloes in Dominating 52-7 Win in Berkeley

    After the season opening victory over UC Davis, the California Golden Bears were supposed to have their first real test of the season against the Colorado Buffaloes, yet the Buffaloes didn't put up much of a fight against the Bears...

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  5. Twelve Straight: J.J. Arrington's Tremendous 2004 Season

    J.J. Arrington had the greatest season for a running back in California Golden Bear history in 2004. He set a school record for consecutive 100-yard games, recording 12 in his 2,000 plus yard season for the Bears...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 289 reads 2 comments

  6. Green Suspended Four Games, the NCAA Throws Hammer Again

    Harsh, is one word to describe the suspension of wide receiver A.J. Green for selling a jersey that he had worn in a bowl game for $1,000 to someone who qualified as an agent...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 415 reads 5 comments

  7. Vin Mazzaro Floundering, A's Make Right Move in Sending Him to Sacramento

    For a young pitcher starting out in the Major Leagues, success can come and it go as quickly as it came. A perfect example of this is the case of Vin Mazzaro, who from June eight to ...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 395 reads 13 comments

  8. Where Does Bobby Shaw's 1997 Season Rank Amongst the Best in Cal History?

    The California Golden Bears have recently had a fair share of solid wide receivers during the Jeff Tedford era, a list that includes Geoff McArthur, Desean Jackson, and Lavelle Hawkins...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 475 reads 12 comments

  9. Cal Football: Keenan Allen Shines, Who Also Impressed for the Bears in Week 1?

    The California Golden Bears came into the 2010 season with question marks at the wide receiver position. One of those questions was could Keenan Allen make an immediate impact for the ...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 2,631 reads 4 comments

  10. Alex Lagemann Will be Needed in the California Offense

    Alex Lagemann is entering his junior year with the California Golden Bears and he may be one of the key pieces to their offensive puzzle...

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  11. Is Ron Gould the Best Running Backs Coach in the Country?

    Ron Gould is entering his 14th season as running backs coach for the California Golden Bears and in his time with the Bears he's found tremendous success especially over the past decade...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 2,712 reads 5 comments

  12. Cal Football's Starting Outside Linebackers: Kendricks and Browner

    Jeff Tedford announced that the starting outside linebackers for the California Golden Bears this season will will be Mychal Kendricks and Keith Browner...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 495 reads 7 comments

  13. Elin Nordegren May Think She Went Through Hell, Reality Says Otherwise

    On the front page of Yahoo Sports today there was an article titled "Interview: Woods' Ex-Wife went 'Through Hell.' The title itself speaks volumes about Nordegren and it has put her on Woods' level...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 1,358 reads 32 comments

  14. Monta Ellis's 10 Best Games of 2009-2010

    Monta Ellis played in 64 games last year for the Golden State Warriors, and though there weren't very many highlights in an injury-plagued season for the team, one bright spot was the reemergence of Ellis as a scorer...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 1,496 reads 2 comments

  15. David Stern, Referees, Owners and Rule Changes Have Ruined the NBA, Not Lebron

    I came across an article titled "How Lebron James is Ruining the NBA," which is a ridiculous notion to begin with. While James' way of leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers was unwarranted, James was a free agent and had every right to leave the Cavaliers...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 3,074 reads 62 comments

  16. Are Elite PG's Really Needed for Playoff Success and Championships?

    Elite point guards are fun to watch because they can dictate the tempo of a game. With their ability to handle the basketball, drive to the hoop, shoot from the outside, and their solid defend...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 1,345 reads 17 comments

  17. The Top 10 NBA Coaches Coming into the 2010-2011 Season

    There a variety of systems that are employed by the NBA coaches. The most well known is that of Phil Jackson and the triangle offense. There's other coaches that like to slow the pace down and prefer to play at a slower pace and preach defense...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 4,176 reads 40 comments

  18. NBA: Best Players to Wear Numbers 41 to 99

    Over a month ago I came out with the first part of this series examining the best players to don these jersey numbers. Well, here's the second part. The original slideshow can be found here...

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  19. For Jeff Tedford, Offensive Balance Will Be Huge For The Cal Bears

    The California Golden Bears come into the 2010 college football season with very little expectations. In an article on Rivals.com, Cal was voted as the team most likely to disappoint...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 741 reads 6 comments

  20. 11 Current NBA Stars Likely Bound for the Hall of Fame

    There's a group of 11 current players according to Basketball-Reference.com that have more than a 90 percent chance of being elected into the Basketball Hall of Fame. As for the names none of them are surprising...

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  21. Like Adam and Eve, the Minnesota Vikings Just Gave into Temptation

    According to dictionary.com, the definition of power is this: the possession of control or command over others...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 497 reads 7 comments

  22. Give Me the Rock Top 10 Underrated Shooting Guards in Basketball History

    I've already written about the most underrated forwards in basketball history which can be found here and another one as well for the most underrated big men which can be found in this slideshow...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 4,112 reads 14 comments

  23. If the HOF Gates Are Opened To Steve Nash, What Does It Mean for Others?

    The Basketball Hall of Fame is lined up with tremendous talents who consistently outperformed their peers. Some of the most recent examples of players just being enshrined include Scottie Pippen, Karl Malone, and David Robinson...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 1,603 reads 112 comments

  24. Anthony Dixon's Performance Gives Him First Shot at Backup RB Role

    When Anthony Dixon was selected in the sixth round of the 2010 NFL Draft, it seemed like the San Francisco 49ers were going for a big back to use in goal line situations and also to push backup running back Glen Coffee...

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  25. There's No Light at the End of the Tunnel for the Oakland A's

    When Billy Beane made no moves at the All-Star break to improve the Oakland A's lineup, it was only a matter of time before the overachieving A's squad started to crumble, and now that time has come...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 582 reads 14 comments