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What They're Saying: Post Cal Edition

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A LACKLUSTER OFFENSE, another stout defensive performance and Washington State's ongoing lack of success on the road were recurring themes in several tabloid recaps of the Cougars' 20-17 fall at Berkeley on Saturday. With quips, quotes and takes on WSU's choice to go for three instead of six late in the contest, Alex Brink's struggles and more; from Tacoma to San Jose, here's what they're saying.

Cal defensive coordinator Bob Gregory, a Washington State graduate, is among a group of logical candidates for the Cougars' head coaching job if Bill Doba is fired, which has been the subject of widespread speculation on the Internet. Gregory's first job interview - a 20-17 win over the Cougars - was nearly flawless. Rusty Simmons, The San Francisco Chroncile You can debate whether, on fourth...

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