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Issue #638 :: Friday, November 22, 2002

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The 105th Big Game: It's Now or Never
If there is one thing that's become particularly clear after the loss to Arizona and the final end of the bowl ban appeal, it's this:

QB Duel Has Hometown Roots
One is a 6-foot-4 quarterback out of Hart High School looking for a redeeming Big Game win to cap a roller-coaster career. The other is a 6-foot-3 quarterback out of Hart High School looking for a redeeming Big Game win to cap an agonizing season.

Seven-Year Bitch Must End
None of my Stanford friends (I know, that sounds like an oxymoron) will be at this year's Big Game, and that shitty little certainty-more than the wretched Tree, the pompous gloating, the criminally feeble fans or the fact that once welcomed onto that sterile golf course of a campus, it is physically impossible to flunk out-is the most compelling reason to detest Satan's school.

Teevens and Tedford a Tale of Two Coaches
Stanford coach Buddy Teevens says he has tried to learn as much as he possibly can about the history of the Big Game in his first season as the Cardinal's head coach.

News

The Best of Big Game Feats
The Big Game has often been used as a showcase for some of the future stars of the NFL. It has also been a chance for some of the lesser-known names of the world to have a shot at glory and stardom.


Sports

The 105th Big Game: It's Now or Never
If there is one thing that's become particularly clear after the loss to Arizona and the final end of the bowl ban appeal, it's this:

QB Duel Has Hometown Roots
One is a 6-foot-4 quarterback out of Hart High School looking for a redeeming Big Game win to cap a roller-coaster career. The other is a 6-foot-3 quarterback out of Hart High School looking for a redeeming Big Game win to cap an agonizing season.

Seven-Year Bitch Must End
None of my Stanford friends (I know, that sounds like an oxymoron) will be at this year's Big Game, and that shitty little certainty-more than the wretched Tree, the pompous gloating, the criminally feeble fans or the fact that once welcomed onto that sterile golf course of a campus, it is physically impossible to flunk out-is the most compelling reason to detest Satan's school.

Teevens and Tedford a Tale of Two Coaches
Stanford coach Buddy Teevens says he has tried to learn as much as he possibly can about the history of the Big Game in his first season as the Cardinal's head coach.

The Play One Year From Being Legal
When the Big Game of 1982 shows on ESPN Classic from time to time, it's guaranteed that Cal football player Kevin Moen's phone rings.

Cal Outlook
Cal might not be able to go to a bowl game this year, but they can give their fans something no sponsor or royalties check can provide-the Axe.

Stanford Outlook
When their training days are done and the Big Game's just begun, a Stanford team which has won the last seven Big Games will be faced with a daunting task.

Rally Comm Member Still Gets Grief for Handing Over Axe
Even though Tom Holmoe received a lot of blame for losing his string of Big Games, he still got a nice severance package. What if you were just a fan, but you were to blame for Cal's losing streak against the university accross the bay?

Oski and Tree Have Rowdy, Long History
Elaborate theft schemes. Racism. Administrative ultimatums. Cruelty against trees and animals.

Reminiscing a Downer High
From the field, to the sidelines, to the pressbox.

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