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Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey scores against Iowa during the first half of the Rose Bowl on Friday in Pasadena. PASADENA >> The first time Christian McCaffrey touched the ball in the 102nd Rose Bowl, he took it 75 yards for a spectacular touchdown. Comment?
Stanford's Christian McCaffrey was selected as The Associated Press college football player of the year on Tuesday becoming the first non-Heisman Trophy winner to earn the honor in six years. Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey is The Associated Press college football player of the year, becoming the first non-Heisman Trophy winner to earn the honor in six years. Comment?
Bone-dry California remains on track to get a drenching this winter from the weather phenomenon known as El Niño, federal scientists said in new projections released Thursday. The experts still believe “that this El Niño could rank among the top three strongest episodes” on record, bringing average or above-average rains to the entire state. Comment?
UCLA running back Paul Perkins, right, puts a stiff-arm on Cal cornerback Darius Allensworth during the first half Thursday in Pasadena. PASADENA >> A promising Cal football season took a sharp turn in the wrong direction Thursday night at the Rose Bowl. Comment?
On July 10, 1940, during World War II, the Battle of Britain began as the Luftwaffe started attacking southern England. In 1919, President Woodrow Wilson personally delivered the Treaty of Versailles to the Senate and urged its ratification. Comment?
In a promising trend that increases the likelihood of soaking storms this winter easing California's historic drought, federal scientists on Thursday reported that El Niño conditions in the Pacific Ocean are continuing to grow stronger. The probability of an El Niño - defined as warmer water at the equator and shifting winds that can bring major weather changes - lasting through the end of 2015 is now 85 percent, up from 80 percent last month and 50 percent three months ago, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said. Comment?
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