The Golden Bears, with eyes set on a national championship, opened up fall training camp yesterday with the first of twelve two-a-days.
CalBears.com introduces "The Grind", a new all-access look for fans into training camp. The first of three episodes airs tomorrow on Cal's YouTube channel. Check out the trailer below.
CalBears.com also sat down with new associate head coach, passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach Rob Likens in the first installment of the Coaches Corner.
Get to know true freshman running back Tre Watson.
Sophomore Lucia Gutierrez won the 2014 California Women's Amateur Championship, held at the Quail Lodge Golf Course in Carmel, CA.
Phillips 66 U.S. Nationals
Ryan Murphy finishes second in the 200-meter back and Josh Prenot finishes third in the 200-meter breast [LINK].
Rachel Bootsma repeats as 50-meter backstroke champion.
Tom Shields defeats Michael Phelps in the 100-fly Friday evening, after winning the 200-fly on Wednesday.
Missy Franklin dominates the 200-meter backstroke with her fourth consecutive title. The final heat had three Golden Bears in the top five, including Melanie Klaren and Elizabeth Pelton in fourth and fifth.
National Football League
Broncos RB C.J. Anderson suffers concussion-like symptoms in Denver's first pre-season game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Aaron Rodgers connected new Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Lovie Smith (Rodgers's former enemy in the NFC North), with Jeff Tedford. Tedford recruited Rodgers from Butte College to Cal, and the rest was history.
So not only does Rodgers exchange texts with the former head coaches of NFC North division rivals, but he's now also a go-to resource for pivotal coaching staff recommendations. In contemporary sports, only LeBron James possesses the power to affect major change outside of his own organization. Rodgers certainly is a member of the NFL's elite class, but hardly anyone could or would have drawn this comparison before.