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Issue #1290 :: Friday, November 18, 2005
SPECIAL ISSUE: Big Game 2005

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Editor's Note
I think the Cal football team is starting to profoundly influence my life.

Reluctant Poster Boy
It's a windy and cold Tuesday evening at Memorial Stadium, four days before the Big Game.

Iron Man
For a football player whose mention elicits the adjective "consistent" on, well, a consistent basis, Cal's Chris Manderino has one characteristic that is anything but.

It’s Always Exciting When These Two Teams Get Together
The Big Game is special because, though the two schools are close geographically, they could hardly be more different otherwise.

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Editor's Note
I think the Cal football team is starting to profoundly influence my life.

Reluctant Poster Boy
It's a windy and cold Tuesday evening at Memorial Stadium, four days before the Big Game.

Editor's Note
Oil and vinegar, Cal and Stanford, editing special issues and

Iron Man
For a football player whose mention elicits the adjective "consistent" on, well, a consistent basis, Cal's Chris Manderino has one characteristic that is anything but.

It’s Always Exciting When These Two Teams Get Together
The Big Game is special because, though the two schools are close geographically, they could hardly be more different otherwise.

The Biggest and the Best of the Big Game
#10

Pac-10 Bowl Projection Chart
Bowl Eligible

Getting It Done Old School
Focused on Preparation, Walt Harris Has Started To Revive The Stanford Program Even though Stanford football coach Walt Harris is in his first year, he does have some experience in the Big Game.

Extreme Makeover
Both Cal and Stanford Are In the Process of Updating Their Antique Football Venues

Cal Outlook
When Cal was 5-0 and ranked No. 10 in the country, the only question mark surrounding the 108th Big Game was whether the Bears would win by 30 or 40.

History of the Axe Cuts Deep
Today, you can go to a Home Depot down the street and purchase an axe of a respectable size and weight for around $30.

Stanford Outlook
Stanford's low points this season have been very low.


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