Every Bulldog Has His Day

Former Cal point guard Jerome Randle and his former coach, Mike Montgomery, will be inducted into the Pac-12 Basketball Hall of Honor at the Pac-12 Tournament in March. Plus, a preview of Cal vs. Oregon, tonight at 6 p.m.
January 19, 2017

Cal Loses Home Finale to Huskies 84-87

When Texas Tech coach Pat Knight was playing in high school, his dad Bob used to ask him,"Did you guard anybody?" California didn't do much guarding Saturday afternoon at Haas Pavilion and the result was an 87-84 loss to Washington before a crowd of 8,640.
March 2, 2008

Huskies pull out tough win at Cal

BERKELEY, Calif. - With Jon Brockman on the bench for much of the second half, Washington turned to other options to score. They got a perfect shooting night from Joe Wolfinger, who scored a career-high 17 points to lead the Huskies to an 87-84 win over California at Haas Pavilion Saturday.
March 1, 2008

Boot Power Ratings™

Home conference losses are killers, double dishes of disaster result in Dead Ducks and Dying Devils. Oski almost ready for his future on the cabin floor. All this and more in this week's Boot Power Ratings™.
January 30, 2008

Daniel's Quick Takes™ - Cal

The Bootleg's Daniel Novinson, campus radio station KZSU 90.1's men's basketball color commentator, offers a mix of thoughts and quotes from the key members of Stanford's 82-77 road win at Berkeley on Saturday night. Even though the Bears kept coming at the Cardinal, Stanford was able to finally put away their pesky rival to go to 5-2 heading into their next road trip to Washington.
January 27, 2008

A Draft SG List For Those Who Think Young

There was several reasons why USC made such a nice run in the NCAA Tournament last March, knocking off Arkansas and Texas before letting a big lead slip away in the Sweet 16 against the University of North Carolina. And one of those reasons is named Nick Young.
June 19, 2007

CJs Corner: The Pac-10 Early View

You may feel like you are just getting your feet wet with this new 2004-05 basketball season, but CJ is already knee-deep in his assessment of the conference. Here he shares with us the best freshmen in the Pac-10 and the most improved players he has seen in the first month of the season.
December 10, 2004