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Bad Time for Tedford to Face Ducks

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It was 11 years ago, and during Jeff Tedford’s introductory news conference as the head coach at California, that he expressed his relief that he wouldn’t have to play Oregon, his former employer, in his first season with the Bears.

He might wish he didn’t this year, either, with the Ducks chasing a berth in the national title game, and Tedford’s team enduring a 3-7 season.

Well, there is this: Saturday night’s game in Berkeley could well be Tedford’s last game against Oregon, with the growing speculation that Cal will replace him.

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