Cal Great Earl Robinson Passed Away
“Earl Robinson, a member of the Cal Athletic Hall of Fame who starred in both basketball and baseball as a Golden Bear in the 1950s, passed away Friday after a long illness. He was 77.
Enshrined into the Cal Hall of Fame in 1988, Robinson was inducted into the Pac-10 Hall of Honor in in 2010 and in December 2011 received the Pete Newell Career Achievement Award, which is presented to the Cal men’s basketball alumnus who upholds the highest ideals of Coach Newell and the University of California.
Robinson suffered from congestive heart failure and experienced two cardiac arrests in August and September 2013. His cardiac function remained poor through nearly a year of hospitalization and nursing care until he died peacefully Friday afternoon in Fountain Valley, Calif….”
Cal Unveils 2014-2015 Men’s Basketball Non-Conference Schedule
“The California men’s basketball program has announced its non-conference schedule for the 2014-15 season. Highlighted by a visit from 2014 Final Four participant Wisconsin in December, the Golden Bears will host nine regular-season non-conference contests at Haas Pavilion…..”
Zach Kline: What He Could have Been For the Bears’ Football Team
“The Portland Tribune reported Monday night that the redshirt freshman from Danville, Calif.,has told Oregon State’s coaches that he intends to play for the Beavers. Per the Tribune,Kline plans to attend junior college during the spring semester, sit out the 2014 season, and be eligible for the 2015 campaign.
Coming into the 2013 season, most fans assumed that Kline would be the starter. Like expected, the coaches set up a QB battle but it was Jared Goff who ran away with the spot, not Kline……”
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