Can Bowl-Bound Bears Spoil Stanfurd’s Season?

Going into the 2015 Big Game, Stanfurd is alone at the top of the Pac-12 North, ranked #11, and has a chance to be in the Playoff if they win out. Cal, on the other hand, has just bagged its … Continue reading

Finally! – Offense Back On Track

Quick Pre-game post.  I’ll cut right to the chase. After three weeks of frustration, Cal finally breaks out of its offensive funk and gets back in the 40+ (or 50+) zone.  Utah, UCLA, and U$C watched enough of the Bears’ … Continue reading

Who Shows Up?

Today’s Joe Roth Memorial Game between Cal and U$C comes down to a simple question: Who Shows Up? U$C gave a strong indication of their answer last week in manhandling #3 Utah.  After finally ditching their problematic HC, Steve Sarkesian, … Continue reading

Battle of the Pac-12 Undefeated!

Cal and Utah, the two remaining undefeated teams in the Pac-12, clash tonight in Utah.  The Utes are ranked in the Top Ten after destroying Oregon, and had a bye this last week to prepare for Cal and to keep … Continue reading

Payback!

The Bears go to Seattle to face their second true-Freshman starting QB in two weeks.  Last week Jarrod Heard of Texass ran wild through the Bears’ secondary for 188 yards, Cal won on a missed PAT, and Cal came away … Continue reading

Sandbagging Aztecs

The online forums for San Diego State have been ablaze with the flames of Alumni discontent.  Why?  Because SDSU’s ball-control offense scored only one TD for the entire game against the Toreros of the University of San Diego — who … Continue reading

Can the 2015 Bears Live Up to the Hype?

In a word: YES! The 2015 Cal Football team is faster, stronger, more experienced, and deeper than in either of the past two years under HC Sonny Dykes. This year is the year that Cal reaches “critical mass” in two … Continue reading

Overdue

Football is a mental/emotional game, and I think that this Cal team is in an excellent frame of mind. They showed that they can pull a game out of the fire (last week’s road victory at OSU), and this week, … Continue reading