Cal enters the NCAA tournament with an unprecedented #4 seed despite not being able to play defense for 4 seconds in a truly painful loss to the Utes in the P-12 tournament.  Finally, some respect from the NCAA selection committee? … Continue reading

Bean and Barley Vegetarian Chili

For a cold and rainy day, what better than a hot bowl of chili.  We cooked this up the night before and we’re wrapping it in a blanket for transport to the tailgate.  Another great recipe from the NFL Game … Continue reading

Game Day Salmon

Dan bought fresh local King Salmon off-the-boat at Pillar Point Harbor in Half Moon Bay from Jimmy of the Kimberly Rose – he may still have some today (415) 317-7437. I’ll hand it over to Dan to tell you about … Continue reading

A New Season

A nail-biting win on the road sets Cal up to be 2-0 for the first time in a while.  Cal has taken the first step in their 12-step/game program to recovery. While you can’t read anything into a single game, … Continue reading

Facing Number One

After having one of the best conference starts in Cal basketball history, the team has gone from “finding a way to win” to “finding a way to lose” – with players having career nights against Cal, the team shooting poorly … Continue reading

Basketball Preview

After getting our fingers, arms, legs and everything else burned with our predictions for the football season, we decided to submit our basketball season preview (men’s) at the turning point of the first half of the Pac-1x season. And thank … Continue reading

Pac-1x Preview – Week 4

First a shout-out to those Bulldogs in the Central Valley who finally got the upper hand on BS after 7 straight losses.  Exciting game, lots of offense, not much defense.  Get used to it… The only game worthy of consideration … Continue reading