The Golden Bears defeated the Danish national team (yes, the Danish national team) 4-3 in an exhibition at the Berkeley Tennis Club.
Men's Water Polo
#3 Cal upset #2 Stanford, 11-7, Sunday in the semifinals of the SoCal Tournament at UCLA's Spieker Aquatics Center.
A great feature from the Oct. 11, 2014 football game program on goalie Jon Sibley.
Cal's veteran water polo goalie Jon Sibley has Olympic aspirations. However, the senior has some unfinished business at Spieker Aquatics Complex before he crosses the stage on commencement day with his Cal degree in legal studies - namely, leading his school to a national championship, and then earning a chance to represent his country at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
For Sibley, his career at Cal has been fraught with its share of adversity. The Lafayette native and first-team High School All-American out of Miramonte High School redshirted during his first season as a Golden Bear in 2010 - the same year Cal made its last appearance in the finals of the NCAA Water Polo National Championship. Sibley sat on the sidelines and watched as his team was edged by MPSF rival USC in overtime (12-10) at Spieker.
Men's BasketballCuonzo Martin visits Pac-12 Networks headquarters, and alumni returned for Homecoming weekend!
Commercial Break featuring Alex Morgan
Despite keeper Emily Boyd's career-high seven saves, #22 Cal fell 3-0 to the top-ranked UCLA Bruins.
There's a reason we have the highest GPA among the larger-sized teams at Cal. Taking advantage of every opportunity to study...even at the airport!
National Football League
Aaron Rodgers's fake spike was a surprise to even his own receivers.
Here's the amazing part: rookie receiver Davante Adams, who did everything right in hauling in the pass, breaking a tackle, and still managing to get out of bounds after a 12-yard gain, had no warning a pass was coming. This wasn't a designed play. As far as Adams was concerned, Rodgers really was going to spike the ball, and he didn't learn otherwise until everyone else on the field did. He just reacted faster.
#Bengals have moved Marvin Jones to IR.— Paul Dehner Jr. (@pauldehnerjr) October 14, 2014
Justin Forsett is proving to be "the guy" for the Baltimore Ravens.
There's been chatter around Baltimore as to who the Ravens' top running back is in their strong rushing game. On Sunday in Tampa Bay, Forsett took another step in proving he's the guy.
Forsett and the now healthy Pierce split the carries - Forsett got 14 and Pierce had 15. But Forsett took his for 111 yards (7.9 yard average), and Pierce totaled 32 yards (2.1 average) and a touchdown on his attempts.
Forsett got his fourth straight start, and kick-started the Ravens offense with a 52-yard jaunt on their second play of the game.
"It did set the pace," Head Coach John Harbaugh said. "It was a statement - no question - about the running game, because I know it was important for [Tampa] to stop the run. Justin reads so well. He reads the scheme really well. He's got great vision, is very elusive and hard to tackle. Nobody works harder. He's one heck of a football player."