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Fun With Numbers - Cal vs. Southern Mississippi

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<p class=txt>After the first quarter, the 33,000 fans who'd come to celebrate True Blue had reason to worry - a blown punt snap resulted in a safety, the Bears had 3 attempts at 2nd-and-goal from the Southern Miss 1-yard line and couldn't score, and the offense had all of 19 yards and the team was trailing 2-0. Three quarters and 34 points later, everything was back to normal in the Land of Tedford.

Game Two - August 30, 2003   1 2 3 4 T Southern Mississippi (0-1) 2 0 0 0 2 California (1-1) 0 20 7 7 34 Welcome to the first report of the 2003 football edition of Fun With Numbers.  This was actually supposed to be the 2nd report of the season, but a combination of attending a couple of...

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