The DBD. The Daily Bear Dump. The place where Cal sports links happen. Linky after linky on all things Cal sports related. That's the idea anyway.
Do we even need one today?
Noted Folletarian norcalnick has given you just about every meaningful "official" Cal link from the weekend in the latest edition of Golden Nuggets, found on the front page.
(Yes, there is a front page at this place. For the uninitiated, here's your link to it. Or just go up and click on the word "Home")
Jon Wilner offers his take on Saturday's scrimmage, along with some quick QB thoughts.
Cal gets a verbal commitment from 6-foot-9, 200-pound junior Kaileb Rodriquez. A player out of Colorado with a latin surname? Well, it certainly worked the first time!
Wilner projects Cal as the 2nd best team in the Pac-12 next year, a projection both exciting and frightening at once.
The baseball Bears finish a road sweep of the Washington Huskies, rising to 2nd place in the Pac-10 standings in the process.
Baseball alum and Detroit Tiger Brennan Boesch was relieved to see the program receive reinstatement.
Cal finished off a sweep of the #17 Oregon Ducks with a 5-2 win Sunday. Those 2 runs represented the only runs Oregon scored all weekend.
In what we all hope isn't their final competition, the Cal men finished 4th in the NCAA team competition. A number of Bears earned individual All-American recognition for placing in individual competitions.
Track and Field:
The Cal men and women had solid performances but both ultimately fell to Stanford in the 117th Big Meet.
Cal's younger players rolled to an 84-27 win against UCSC in Santa Cruz.
Cal lost their final regular season game to Denver, 13-10, and now have a nervous wait to see if they will qualify for the post season
The #9 Cal women fell to #2 Stanford 5-2, though #1 in the country Jana Juricova did knock off Stanford's Hilary Barte, the #3 ranked individual in the nation.
#2 Cal fell to #1 Stanford in the always spirited Big Splash. Cal fell behind early and couldn't complete the comeback.
The Cal men dominated the Stanford Invitational, winning nine races including varsity 8.