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Golden Nuggets: Aaron Rodgers Sets The Pace For The Record Books

Rodgers's 100th start in the NFL puts the Cal football product in rarefied air.

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Women's Gymnastics sat down with Crystal Paz to preview the upcoming season for the Golden Bears. Last year, you helped clinch Cal's highest finish at the Pac-12 Women's Gymnastics Championships in program history. What was it like to be the one to seal the deal for your team?

Crystal Paz: Looking back, I didn't know it was that big of a deal when it was happening. It wasn't until my whole team converged on me and everyone started crying, and I was thinking "Wait, what is happening?" Looking back, I was just there to do my job on the team, but it ended up being a great result."

CB: When you think about that moment now, how special was it to you?

CP: Looking back at it now, it was sharing that moment with my team and knowing I did something for them that no one else could have done in that moment that really made that night really memorable.

Track & Field

Track and Cross Country head coach Tony Sandoval announced the signing of ten high school and JC standouts to National Letters of Intent.

Women's Basketball

Kansas shocks #10 Cal 62-39, in a game which saw Brittany Boyd become Cal's all-time steals leader. Boyd was also named Pac-12 Player of the Week.

Men's Basketball

Ty Wallace notched a career high in points with 29 against Nevada as the Bears came from behind to beat the Wolfpack 63-56. Wallace was also named Pac-12 Player of the Week.

Swimming & Diving

The men's side won the 2014 Georgia Invitational, outscoring Georgia 921-916, while the women's side shook up the Cal record books with impressive individual performances.

Nathan Adrian wins three gold medals at the 2014 AT&T Winter National Championships.

Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers adds six milestones to his illustrious career in his 100th career start.

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- There's nothing Aaron Rodgers does on the field that surprises his teammates anymore. Rodgers is 100 regular-season starts into his career after Monday night's game and officially added six milestone records to his already lengthy list of accomplishments. It's not that players inside the Green Bay Packers locker room weren't impressed. It's just that they've already seen it all from their quarterback, with Rodgers likely to win his second NFL Most Valuable Player award in what could be a unanimous vote.

While leading the Packers to a 43-37 win over the Atlanta Falcons, Rodgers' 100th start placed him No. 1 in league history in touchdown passes (222), passing yards (27,520) and passer rating (107.3) at this stage of any NFL quarterback's career. He also tops the all-time list in zero-interception games (58), 100-plus passer rating games (60) and touchdown-to-interception ratio (4.11:1).