Every offseason is marked by a frenzy of trades and free agency rumors, but this year is looking to be particularly tumultuous, with indomitable players and postseason heroes such as the aforementioned big names on the market.
by: Spencer Golanka — The Daily Californian: Bear Bytes 15 Nov
Jordan is continuing his dominance over opposing offensive lines, earning another sack in the New Orleans Saints’ 51-14 rout of the Cincinnati Bengals.
by: Armen Aprahamian — The Daily Californian: Bear Bytes 13 Nov
Perhaps the most exciting result came from Cal (6-4) at USC (5-5), a matchup between two schools that came in with identical overall records.
by: Dev Navani — The Daily Californian: Bear Bytes 13 Nov
Securing first-round byes and home-field advantage through the playoffs is paramount for teams in this conference — beating Tom Brady and Bill Belichick in January at Gillette Stadium is nearly impossible.
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by: Emily Ohman — The Daily Californian: Bear Bytes 9 Nov
Though the season has come to a close, it’s now time to reflect on closers, batters and pitchers alike — the finalists for the coveted Cy Young and MLB MVP awards have been announced.
by: Spencer Golanka — The Daily Californian: Bear Bytes 8 Nov
It wouldn’t be a proper Pro Bears recap without Goff taking the spotlight. Even in the Rams’ first loss of the season, 45-35, to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, Goff still managed to complete 28 of his 40 pass attempts for 391 yards and three touchdowns
by: Armen Aprahamian — The Daily Californian: Bear Bytes 8 Nov
Both Washington schools lead the way, with No. 8 Washington State (8-1, 5-1) as the frontrunner with any slim hope the conference has in reaching the College Football Playoff.
by: Julia Shen — The Daily Californian: Bear Bytes 6 Nov
As a region that has suffered huge international disappointment over the years, to win it all is to be redeemed. The image of IG mid laner Song “Rookie” Eui-jin overcome with emotion beside the tournament trophy moved viewers all over the world.
by: Jasper Sundeen — The Daily Californian: Bear Bytes 5 Nov
Countries, especially those that are poorer or less developed, struggle to come up with the funds necessary to build the new stadiums and transportation networks that organizational bodies such as FIFA and the International Olympic Committee, or IOC,...
by: Michael Brust — The Daily Californian: Bear Bytes 5 Nov
But in North America, esports are still ostracized, outcasted by large parts of society as useless and meritless leisure activities. Support and infrastructure are lackluster, and as a result, the talent and teams are as well.
by: Emily Ohman — The Daily Californian: Bear Bytes 2 Nov
The World Series trophy seems to be getting quite accustomed to its home in Fenway — maybe it’s time for a change of scenery.