20 Questions with Cal Football's Wendell Hunter

<p class="txt">BERKELEY &#150; Spring football practice ended on Saturday with a spirited Blue-Gold scrimmage that left senior outside linebacker Wendell Hunter smiling at how far the Golden Bears have come since his forgettable freshman season. Why is Wendell so happy? You would be too if your college career - which started with a frustrating 1-10 season - held the promise of preseason Top 10 rankings heading into your senior campaign. Read on for Hunter's responses to 20 questions. </p>
April 23, 2004

Cal 31 - Illinois 24

<p class=txt>Pharmaceutical companies, universities, and doctors have staged countless studies attempting to find cause-and-effect relationships between seemingly unrelated items. Cancer rates are higher in Marin. Peanuts are good brain food. <b> Wine may combat heart disease.</b> My suggestion would be to determine whether sales of Maalox increase sharply during the fall. And the test market would definitely be Berkeley.
September 23, 2003

T's Cal Football Preview – 2003 - Defense

<p class=txt>Coach Jeff Tedford and defensive coordinator Bob Gregory welcomed one of the Bears' deepest recruiting classes in recent memory in 2003, with the focus being on defensive talent and athleticism at all positions. But while Cal fans wait for a return to the defensive dominance of the late nineties "Hit Squad" teams, the current state of the Bear defense is nothing if not in flux.
August 27, 2003

Cal Football - Two-Deep

<p class=txt>Here is the current 2-deep chart from Cal Media Relations.
August 18, 2003

SPRING NOTES, PART II

<p class=txt> The California Golden Bears braved the elements and scrimmaged before a small but hardy gathering at Memorial Stadium. While the rain and wind may have dominated the action, <b> LB Joe Maningo</b> came in a close second.
April 13, 2003