The Biggest Game: Cal-Stanford 2009 and the Bay Area Football Hierarchy

Posted by Ed Yevelev on November-19-2009 Add Comments

Something tumultuous can happen this weekend in northern California.

No, it has nothing to do with UC Berkeley's protests against the Regents' 32 percent tuition fee hike; nor does it have anything to do with the fact that Cal's Memorial Stadium is located on a fault line.

However, one foundation does have a chance to undergo a seismic shock on Saturday—and it is that of the Bay Area's college football hierarchy, which has so far been largely set in stone since 2002. 

It used to be nice and easy to tell which was dominant football program, as former Stanford coaches Buddy Teevens and Walt Harris combined to go 16-40 (and needless to say, bowl-less) on the Farm between 2002 and 2006—accumulating just one more win...

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