TALK ABOUT THE GAME ON OUR BOARDS
BERKELEY -- For the first time since Jan. 31, 2008, California beat a top-10 team. For the first time since 2006, the Bears did it at home. And, for the 23rd time in the Bay Area, head coach Mike Montgomery came away with a win against Oregon. It was a momentous night for Cal, with Haas Pavilion gold-ed out and a season-high 9,457 in attendance, and right in the middle of it were big men David Kravish and Richard Solomon.
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