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California continues to waste away and Oregon will make them pay, as the difference from Friday night to Saturday afternoon made more than clear.

LOS ANGELES – The contrast between the two teams could not be starker. Oregon is fast, flashy, and flying towards a berth in the BCS championship game. California is fractured, flawed, and floundering to the finish line and a possible coaching change. It was plainly evident in the 24-hour span from Friday night at Memorial Stadium to Saturday afternoon at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, with...

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