20 Questions with Makonnen & McArthur

[MEDIA:91322]<p class=txt> BERKELEY - They were born two full decades after the New York Yankees' Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris, but Cal Football's talented tandem of Jonathan Makonnen and Geoff McArthur have Bear backers buzzing about the modern day, west coast version of the M&amp;M boys. Healthy together for the first time in nearly a year, both wideouts were happy to sit down for 20 questions on topics ranging from who has better hands to personal role models (hint: both are momma's boys).
April 11, 2004

Oregon State 35 - Cal 21

<p class=txt>Coach Jeff Tedford has led the Golden Bears to several remarkable victories during his short tenure in Berkeley. However, thus far Cal has been unable to build on each success and has suffered a letdown the following week.
October 7, 2003

Fun With Numbers - Cal vs. Illinois

<p> When a team's holding a lead - is it better for a team to continue with the strategy that's gotten it the lead or should it use safe plays and take time off the clock? If the measure of the strategy's success is the immediate outcome, then Cal's strategy against Illinois was correct - they emerged with the win and in the end Illinois' biggest problem was that they didn't have enough time.</p>
September 20, 2003

T's Cal Football Preview – 2003 Offense

<p class="txt"> Somewhere, QB Kyle Boller is preparing to be the Baltimore Raven's future quarterback, OG Scott Tercero is preparing to block for Marshall Faulk, WR LaShaun Ward is turning heads at the Kansas City Chiefs fall camp, and RB Joe Igber is working on his career in Engineering. Who will pick up the reins to emerge as the stars of 2003?
August 25, 2003

2003 Pac-10 Preview, I

IT WENT like this: The Senior Editor asked if I wanted to pen the annual Pac-10 preview. I leapt at the chance… pretty sure I heard him laughing. After realizing what this assignment entails, I understood why. But I also had a plan.
August 19, 2003

Cal Football - Two-Deep

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