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  • Previewing Cal MBB at Arizona

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    While you’re here, let’s take a trip down memory lane. Chances are, you are a hardy fan of the California Golden Bears men’s hoops program if you’re still reading these previews. Over their last three matchups, Cal has been defeated after a late offensive foul call, fallen in overtime, and gotten blown out. In other words, more of the same in a singularly frustrating season that has the 5-20 Bears looking for their first conference victory. It’s time to discuss this Thursday’s away game against the Arizona Wildcats. However, I am also going to revisit some of my favorite games from 2013-2016, including two wins against U of A, because we could all use some comfort food right now. February 21, 2013 The Bears won several memorable games in 2012-13 en route to a 21-12 record. The wackiest might have been a defensive slog that resulted in a 48-46 Cal triumph in Oregon’s own building. In the end, Justin Cobbs was the big hero, nailing a shot with 0.7 seconds remaining to stun the crowd. February 1, 2014 Here’s an
  • Cal Rugby Sails Past Cal Poly 138-5

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    Golden Bears have scored triple-digits in half of all 15-a-side matches this season The California Golden Bears (8-0, 1-0 PAC) checked off another opponent Saturday, dominating the Cal Poly Mustangs (1-6, 0-2 California Conference) 138-5 in yet another one-sided affair. The Golden Bears have posted triple-digit scorelines in half of all 15-a-side contests this season. California has scored an impressive 88 points on average after eight matches, including three shortened events to kick off their season. An opponent had not scored a try against the Golden Bears since May 5, 2018, when California competed in the 15s National Collegiate Championship finals in Santa Clara, Calif. “We were able to launch our attack pretty well,” California sophomore center Adam Roeske said after the match in a prepared statement. “But we also allowed a couple of opportunities that we shouldn’t be giving the other team a chance to capitalize on,” Roeske quickly added. Roeske, one of seven first-years and sophomores in California’s

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