Feb 7, 2016
Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home.
After losses at Colorado and Utah last week, the Bears bounced back with one of its best team wins of the year in thumping Stanford 76-61.
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(BERKELEY, Calif) Kameron Rooks logged his first career double-double with 11 points and a career high-tying and second...
Bears scored one basket in the third
MEMORIAL STADIUM/BERKELEY, CA -Cal head coach Sonny Dykes wrapped up a long and arduous recruiting season by sitting...
Stanford, which visits Cal on Saturday afternoon is led by its upperclassmen, but is increasingly relying on freshmen and sophomores.
The signatures started rolling in from Tennessee, Mississippi and Texas early this morning as Cal's 2016 class becomes...
Bears fall to 11-11 and 2-9 in the Pac-12
Florida D using performance vs. Michigan as offseason motivation
Debate rages between Florida State, Clemson as ACC's top team for 2016
Ex-Texas A&M QB Allen critical of program
LSU sits atop Preseason FPI 1.0
Duke QB Sirk ruptures Achilles, to have surgery
2016 Football Commitments