BERKELEY, Calif. -- The 7,500 mile trip, 17-hour time difference, and all the hoopla surrounding the first college football game played in Australia in three decades was easy.The hard part for the Cal Bears was coming home.We felt great there, the real problem was getting back here, senior quarterback Davis Webb said.Fortunately for the Bears, they had a bye week to regroup from their globe-trotting, and by all accounts theyve recovered from the jetlag and hangover from a trip that was punctuated with a 51-31 victory over Hawaii at ANZ Stadium in Sydney on Aug. 26.And now its all business for Cal as it prepares for Saturdays matchup with San Diego State.We feel good now, weve adjusted, Webb said. Now were ready for San Diego State.The Bears practiced in full pads twice and had two light practice days during their bye week, Cal coach Sonny Dykes said.We probably needed an open week coming off of that long trip to Australia and the travel and our guys getting rolling back academically, Dykes said. It was good to have a little bit of time to get back in the flow last week and get back and get our feet under us.Getting back in the flow was especially important because the Bears missed some practices in Sydney due to bad weather and stadium issues. Dykes said hes determined to make up for that lost time he believes was a factor in his team playing a less physical game than he expected.I felt that coming out of fall camp that we were a really physical football team, and then we got to Australia and we had some field issues and I felt like in some ways we lost that physical edge that we had had in camp, Dykes said. It felt like we needed to get it back last week.Senior offensive lineman Chris Borrayo might have been the only player that didnt need to get it back. He never adjusted to the Australian time change in the first place.The funny thing is, coming back from Australia, I was never accustomed to the jetlag from there, so every night Id be waking up around 5 oclock or 6 oclock, just trying get some more rest, he said. When I got back here it took me about a day adjusted back to the time.Cal players took in some of the culture along with the football.Sophomore defensive end Cameron Saffle visited Sydneys iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House. He and sophomore nickelback Trey Turner learned about indigenous culture during a meeting with aboriginal Australians.A lot of our team had never been out of the country so it was pretty awesome, he said. The trip was an amazing experience. It gave our team a lot of perspective.---This story has been corrected to show score of first game was 51-31 Wholesale Vans Shoes . -- James Young couldnt wait to apply those tweaks to his jump shot, and the first one he made against UT Arlington told him it could be a good night. Wholesale Vans Shoes China .com) - Richie Incognito has reportedly been admitted to a psychiatric care unit in Arizona. http://www.cheapvansfromchina.com/ .05 million next season unless Graham and the Saints subsequently agree on a long-term deal. The designation was released Monday after the deadline passed for NFL teams to use franchise or transition tags on players becoming free agents. Discount Vans Shoes . Tevez, who has had conflicts with coaches in the past, has not been called up since Sabella was named coach in 2011. Argentina boasts Lionel Messi, Gonzalo Higuain, Sergio Aguero, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Angel Di Maria. Cheap Vans Shoes China ARLINGTON, Texas -- Rangers third-base coach Tony Beasley has been declared cancer-free after missing much of the past season while going through extensive chemotherapy.Beasley was diagnosed with rectal cancer last January. The Rangers said in a tweet Thursday that Beasley has officially received a clean bill of health.Beasley, who turned 50 on Monday, underwent chemotherapy treatments during spring training and again in May and June. Between those treatments, BBeasley spent time with the team and was able to be in the dugout during some Rangers games.ddddddddddddSpike Owen filled in as the interim third-base coach last season for the American League West champions. The Rangers announced last week that Owen would return to his role as a minor league manager in the organization next season. ' ' '