California Golden Bears

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2018 Pac-12 Standings
SOUTH CONF OVR
Washington 7-2 10-4
Stanford 6-3 9-4
Oregon 5-4 9-4
California 4-5 7-6
Oregon State 1-8 2-10
Injuries
  • WR
    Kanawai Noa (Undisclosed) is questionable Wednesday vs TCU
  • OL
    Henry Bazakas (Lower Body) is questionable Wednesday vs TCU
  • QB
    Ross Bowers (Thumb) is questionable Wednesday vs TCU
  • LB
    Derron Brown (Personal) is questionable Wednesday vs TCU
  • RB
    Johnny Adams Jr. (Lower Body) is out for season

California Golden Bears News

  • California Golden Blogs: Eight Bears earn nine spots on Athlon Sports' preseason All-Pac-12 teams

    With finals over at UC Berkeley, that means there's officially nothing stopping us from looking forward to the 2019 football season and we do so thanks to Athlon Sports, who named their 2019 All-Pac-12 teams. Eight California Golden Bears have been recognized, including one player earning two spots.

    There's a good chance you know that Cal has struggled offensively--and that shows with these selections. The only Bear on offense who was recognized was OL Jake Curhan on the fourth team. After redshirting in 2016, Curhan has started all 25 games over the past two seasons at right tackle and twice earned second-team All-Academic Pac-12 honors; his own teammates awarded him the Andy Smith Award as a redshirt freshman for the most Big C playing time.

  • Congratulations Class of 2019! #Earned // #CalFamily https://t.co/G51M1GQZoF

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  • California Golden Blogs: Cal ILB Evan Weaver on Lott IMPACT Award Watchlist

    Cal Inside Linebacker Evan Weaver has been named on the Lott IMPACT Award Watchlist for his upcoming senior season. The list consisted of 42 players: 18 linebackers, 11 defensive linemen and 13 defensive backs. Weaver is one of 8 Pac-12 players on the list.

    The Bears have had a winner of the award. Defensive back Dante Hughes won the honor back in 2006.

    Congratulations Evan!

  • RT @CalAthletics: Thank you, Mr. Cameron for your transformational gift!#CalFamily https://t.co/Dqkx9akDyK

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  • California Golden Blogs: Cal Football 2019 Signee Profile and Scouting: QB Spencer Brasch

    Spencer Brasch is a 6'4", 190 pound dual-threat quarterback from Higley High School in Gilbert, Arizona. He is rated as a consensus 3-star recruit.

    Brasch was first offered by Cal in May of 2018. He received a total of 17 offers before taking an official visit to Cal on June 10th and omitting two days later. He then signed on Early Signing Day.

    As one could likely infer from his dual-threat listing, Brasch is a fantastic athlete, at least on paper. A former track-and-field athlete, Brasch's 4.77 40-yard dash, 4.69 20-yard shuttle, and 32.6" vertical leap are all excellent numbers for an incoming freshman quarterback.

  • California Golden Blogs: Cal Football 2019 Signee Profile and Scouting: QB Spencer Brasch

    Spencer Brasch is a 6'4", 190 pound dual-threat quarterback from Higley High School in Gilbert, Arizona. He is rated as a consensus 3-star recruit.

    Brasch was first offered by Cal in May of 2018. He received a total of 17 offers before taking an official visit to Cal on June 10th and omitting two days later. He then signed on Early Signing Day.

    As one could likely infer from his dual-threat listing, Brasch is a fantastic athlete, at least on paper. A former track-and-field athlete, Brasch's 4.77 40-yard dash, 4.69 20-yard shuttle, and 32.6" vertical leap are all excellent numbers for an incoming freshman quarterback.

  • RT @Pac12Network: ... usually he's so good rolling out of the pocket #GameOfThrones @CalFootball https://t.co/VQMumoU4Uu

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  • California Golden Blogs: Kanawai Noa picks Nebraska

    Former Cal WR Kanawai Noa has picked his new program for his final year of eligibility. Noa has decided to head to Nebraska and play for Scott Frost.

    Noa announced his decision to transfer earlier in the year after playing 3 years for the Bears under 2 different coaches. The WR had his best season for the Bears in 2017, with 56 catches for 788 yards and 4 touchdowns. Noa played with a plethora of injuries during his time as a Bear, but was also one of the toughest guys on the team.

  • California Golden Blogs: Cal snags 2020 commit in ILB Andy Alfieri

    The Bears got a commit for the 2020 class, after what was a big recruiting and visit weekend. The inside linebacker, from Jesuit in Portland, Oregon, is rated as the third best overall prospect in the state. He held offers from Air Force, Oregon, Oregon State, Utah along with Cal. The 6 foot 2 and 200 pound rising senior is the first linebacker commit for the Bears and follows OL Everett Johnson and DB Isaiah Young as the third commit for the Bears in the 2020 cycle.

    I am proud and excited to announce that I have COMMITTED to the University of California, Berkeley!

  • California Golden Blogs: Cal MBB F Justice Sueing officially transfers to Ohio State

    Sophomore Forward Justice Sueing is headed to Ohio State. Sueing committed and stayed in Berkeley through the Wyking Jones era. Justice was a key part of the last two seasons, averaging 14.1 points per game with 5.7 rebounds per game and 1.7 steals per game. Sueing also shot 50.6% from the field in his time at Haas, also shooting 30.7% from beyond the arc.

    Thank you for your time in Berkeley, Justice. We wish you nothing but the best for the rest of your career!

  • Join us in Memorial Stadium this fall! Season tickets are available... NOW! #EarnIt | https://t.co/mvx5hJmmFn https://t.co/VSxir9M6dk

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  • California Golden Blogs: Cal Football 2019 Signee Profile and Scouting: OL/DL Ben Coleman

    Ben Coleman is a 6'3", 300 pound lineman from Linfield Christian School in Temecula, California. He is rated as a consensus 3-star recruit.

    Coleman was first offered by Cal in November of 2017. Cal was his second offer, just a few weeks after he received on offer from Arizona. After receiving 20+ total offers, he committed to Cal in June of 2018. He took an official visit in early December before signing on Early Signing Day.

    Unlike many of the other prospects that we have taken looks at in the past weeks, 247Sports does not list any athletic stats, so we will have to see how he looks in the film.

  • May the Fourth be with you. #StarWarsDay https://t.co/KtiN9Skiju

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  • California Golden Blogs: Cal vs Life for rugby 15s national title Part II: Why 2019 will be different from 2018

    Cal Bears. Life Running Eagles. Stevens Stadium in Santa Clara.

    It's the same two teams at the same venue in the 2019 D1A Rugby collegiate 15s championship final tomorrow (Saturday) as the 2018 edition, but the Cal Bears hope to a drastically different outcome.

    The 2018 final turned into a rather forgettable 60-5 loss. The 2019 contest could be a very different contest.

    After all, the Avengers movies that came out in 2018 and the one that came out in 2019 have drastically different endings.

    Rightfully so, head Coach Jack Clark and associate head coach Tom Billups are credited as great molders of men.

  • California Golden Blogs: Predict the 2019 Cal Football Season

    The 2018 California Golden Bears featured one of the most dominant Cal defenses many of us have ever seen coupled with one of the most inept, explosive-in-all-the-wrong-ways offenses we have ever seen. The defense thankfully returns many familiar faces while the offense brings several new faces, for better or for worse (I'd ask if it could possibly get worse, but this past basketball season was a gentle reminder that it can always get worse). While we largely know what to expect from the defense this year, the offense will likely make the difference between a decent year and a spectacular one.

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