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With 117 points, Cal scored the third-most points in school history. The record came in a 127-67 victory over Oklahoma City on Jan. 3, 1972. The Bears also defeated U.S. International, 121-97, on Dec.
By Cal Athletics on Wed, December 05, 2007

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Dec. 5, 2007

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With 117 points, Cal scored the third-most points in school history. The record came in a 127-67 victory over Oklahoma City on Jan. 3, 1972. The Bears also defeated U.S. International, 121-97, on Dec. 19, 1990.

Patrick Christopher set a career high with 26 points, a total he reached in 26 minutes of action. He previously scored 24 points against Nicholls State earlier this season and 24 vs. Oregon State last season.

Harper Kamp has now reached double figures in his last two games. He had 16 points tonight, capped by a three-pointer for his final tally, and 11 points against Missouri last Saturday.

DeVon Hardin saw his streak of double-figure rebound games end at five. Still, he finished with 17 points and a game-high eight boards in 14 minutes on the court.

Cal's 43-point margin of victory is the 12th-largest ever in a home game and the Bears' largest since a 97-50 victory over Morgan State on Nov. 25, 1991.

Cal is 6-0 for the first time since the Bears began the 1994-95 season 7-0. Cal has also won its first six games for just the second time in the last 40 years.

The Bears dished out a season-high 28 assists while committing a season-low 11 turnovers.

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