WSUFootballBlog went through each Pac-12 team's schedule and predicted the wins and losses. It's an ugly year for the Bears who win only two games...and an even uglier year across the Bay, where the 11-1 Lobsterbacks go to the Rose Bowl. So, Cal fans, can you envision a season worse than this? (At least we beat Oregon State, right?).
Fresno State: Loss
Washington State: Loss
Oregon State: Win
After the jump Ted Miller previews the hot topics at Media Day, Alex Morgan makes the US proud, and our buddies at Building the Dam predict a fifth-place finish for the Bears.
So far, it appears to be the Year of the Bear. Check out BearTerritory's recap of all of Cal Athletics' impressive accomplishments this year.
- Ted Miller lists some questions that will most likely be asked at next week's Pac-12 Media Day. Tedford, of course, will be asked about disgruntled fans and Zach Maynard as the answer to Cal's recent QB woes.
- Daily Cal looks at the questions at running back this season. Shane Vereen says we will "be just fine at RB."
- Rivals ranks the top 100 recruits of the past ten years. The only Bear to earn a spot was Keenan Allen, at no. 38.
- Building the Dam makes the case for Cal finishing 5th in the Pac-12 North.
- Alex Morgan gave the US a 1-0 lead in the 69th minute of the World Cup finale. The US could not secure the lead and ultimately lost in PKs.
- Unfortunately for all you eligible bachelors out there, Alex Morgan has a boyfriend: former Cal soccer player and current Seattle Sounder Servando Corrasco.