Was there any question that this week's Corner would center around the enormity of the 108th Big Game? Troy describes what is at stake for Stanford, which of course includes a bowl game that the Cardinal players deserve. But something bigger hangs in the balance... Also: though you may have put the game in your rearview mirror, the subject of U$C returns in answering an ornery E-Mailbag.
November 16, 2005
This week's edition includes the continuing saga of Dr. Ayoob and Mr. Joe, the amazing fourth quarter exploits of the running game, and the wide receiver prospect who caught eight passes for 133 yards and a touchdown, threw a 75-yard touchdown pass and had five sacks, including three on consecutive plays this past Friday.
September 18, 2005
SEATTLE - Two weeks ago, this looked like one of the least threatening games on Cal's schedule. The Huskies were coming off a 1-10 record, they had hired a new coach and the talent level in Seattle was down. Last week, this loomed like a dangerous game as the Golden Bears' suddenly found themselves unsettled at quarterback. Following Cal's 56-17 thumping of the Huskies, it looks like everything's back to business.
September 10, 2005
<p><small><em>J.J. Arrington races for a big gain against Arizona State. (Photo by Michael Pimentel/www.goldenbearsports.com)</p></small></em> <p>In shutting out the 20th-ranked Arizona State Sun Devils, the California Golden Bears continued to make the case that they are one of the top five teams in the country - regardless of what the polls or computers might indicate. <p>
October 31, 2004