The ride-sharing app has recently shifted its focus to the city’s other boroughs, leading it to a milestone: More people are using Uber than the city’s fabled yellow cabs.
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- Cal’s shocking upset ranks with its finest
By Bruce Jenkins - Saturday Oct 14, 2017
When a .500 team knocks off a national powerhouse in college football, it’s usually a down-to-the-wire thriller that could have gone either way. Such was the case Friday night when Syracuse upset 2nd-ranked Clemson, 27-24. For those lucky enough to attend the Cal-Washington State game in Berkeley, the residue still seems unfathomable. Bears 37, Cougars 3? How is that even possible against an 8th-ranked, unbeaten team? When a Pac-12 school hasn’t been to the Rose Bowl since the 1958 season, it can rightly call this one of its greatest wins. And it was no accident.