Cal’s athletics history is headlined by a long list of star performers, including quarterback Aaron Rodgers, point guard Jason Kidd and Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin. In the age of specialization, athletes such as current football/baseball player Brandon McIlwain are increasingly rare. But we found some great ones who have competed in Berkeley dating back more than a century. We rank a dozen of the best here: The clear choice for No. 1 on our list, Jensen was Cal’s first 1,000-yard rusher, played in both the Rose Bowl and the College World Series and went on to earn 1958 American League MVP honors while playing in the Boston Red Sox outfield alongside Ted Williams. Jensen was a first-team All-America running back in 1948 on his way to rushing for 1,703 yards in his Hall of Fame college career. The Oakland native was twice a baseball All-American and pitched Cal to one of its wins in its run to the 1947 College World Series title over Yale and future President George Bush. He rose to the top in the major leagues in ’58 when he hit 35 home runs and drove in an AL-best 122 runs. A two-time football All-American, Muller was the centerpiece of coach Andy Smith’s “Wonder Teams,” wh...