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(SFGate)   The people who play sports for UCLA truly embrace the role of 'student athlete.' Except for the 'student' part   (sfgate.com ) divider line
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2013-11-23 08:14:03 PM  
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Headline: UCLA
TFA: Cal

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2013-11-23 08:13:44 PM  
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Sliding Carp: The first sentence was confusing to anyone who doesn't know what 'Cal' refers to in a football context, but they're actually talking about Berkeley, not UCLA.

Both UCLA and UC Berkeley are part of the University of California system, but Berkeley is the one called 'Cal'.


This. I was a bit confused on why SF Gate would write an article about UCLA's athletics.

What seems the most baffling to me though, is the fact that the football program is dropping the standards of admission to a new low and getting absolutely zero in return. These guys just aren't cutting it in the classroom or the field. The university is under intense scrutiny and pressure from the expense caused by the renovation of Memorial Stadium, so they have to figure their shiat quick.
2013-11-23 06:24:10 PM  
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The first sentence was confusing to anyone who doesn't know what 'Cal' refers to in a football context, but they're actually talking about Berkeley, not UCLA.

Both UCLA and UC Berkeley are part of the University of California system, but Berkeley is the one called 'Cal'.
 
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