'Sorry about that" is what California Coach Jeff Tedford said to Athletic Director Sandy Barbour seconds before Tedford ducked into the stadium catacombs after Saturday's stunning and strange loss to
• Had a 79-yard Marshawn Lynch touchdown run called back by a penalty that had nothing to do with the play.
• Thought it had stopped Arizona from tying the score at 17-17 when cornerback Daymeion Hughes was called for pass interference as he intercepted a pass inside the five — a ridiculous ruling in a year of ridiculousness for Pac-10 officials.
• Thought it had tied the score at 24-24 only to watch receiver Lavelle Hawkins tackle himself on a sure touchdown, stumbling short of the goal line.
• Thought it had won the game when receiver DeSean Jackson raced 63 yards for a touchdown, only to have replay officials rule (correctly) that
"I can't recall when we played a game when we had so many opportunities taken away from us," Hughes said. "When you have plays going that way, I was like 'Man, this can't be real.' "
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