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 CAL FOOTBALL GAME NOTES –
Friday, Nov. 2, 2012 (vs. Washington)
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Kickoff – Cal vs. Washington (Friday, Nov. 2, 6 p.m. PT)
Heading home for two of the nal three weeks of the regular season, Cal hostsWashington at Memorial Stadium tonight for Cal’s rst-ever “Gold Out” footballgame. Cal is coming off a 49-27 loss at Utah last Saturday, while Washingtonknocked off previously unbeaten Oregon State, 20-17, at home. Cal needsto sweep its nal three regular-season games to become bowl eligible, whileWashington must win two of its remaining four.The last time the Huskies came to Berkeley was the 2010 regular-seasonnale, which also marked Cal’s last game at Memorial Stadium before the venuewas renovated. Although Washington has won three straight in the series, thelast two meetings between the Bears and the Huskies were not decided untilthe nal moments of the game. Washington plunged into the end zone fromone yard out to score the game-winning touchdown on the nal play in 2010for a 16-13 victory. In 2011, Cal took the ball 85 yards for rst-and-goal fromthe Washington two-yard line before the Huskies held them out of the endzone four straight times for a 31-23 win.
Quick Hitters
• Keenan Allen became Cal’s all-time leader in career receptions (205) duringlast Saturday’s game at Utah, as he surpassed previous record holder Geoff McArthur (202, 2000-04) last week at Utah, while his 2,570 career receivingyards rank third in school history and are within 161 of second-place BobbyShaw (2731, 1994-97) but still 618 shy of McArthur’s record 3,188. Allen alsoranks sixth on Cal’s list of all-time 100-yard receiving games (7) and seventhin touchdown catches (17). Allen has caught at least one pass in every gamehe’s played at Cal (33), which ranks eighth nationally and rst in the Pac-12.He is Cal’s leading receiver in 2012 with 61 catches for 737 yards and sixtouchdowns. Last Saturday at Utah, he became only the second player in Calhistory to have two single season rankings on the school’s all-time single-season top 10 list, with the other DeSean Jackson (65, 2007; 59, 2006). Allen’s2011 total of 98 ranks second.• Zach Maynard moved into 10th place on Cal’s all-time list for total offense(5189) during Cal’s game at Utah and is nearing the top 10 in passing yards,currently 153 shy of 10th place.• In the last four games, the defense has garnered 11 turnovers, including eightinterceptions. Last Saturday at Utah, Michael Lowe registered an interceptionthat was the third of his career.• Brendan Bigelow boasted a 57-yard touchdown run at Utah, becoming therst Cal player since Jahvid Best in 2009 to score three touchdowns on runs of 50 or more yards. Bigelow posted touchdown runs of 81 and 59 yards earlier this season at Ohio State. Bigelow has 343 rushing yards on the season andis averaging 12.7 yards per run on 27 carries.• Vincenzo D’Amato leads the Pac-12 in eld goals made (1.44 fgmpg) andeld goal percentage (13-18, .722) and has been good on each his last nineeld goal attempts, including a personal-best 52-yarder at Washington State.Last week at Utah, he was good on his both of his attempts from 49 and 38yards out. D’Amato is attempting to become the second Cal kicker in as manyyears to lead the Pac-12 in both eld goals made and eld goal percentage.
2012 CAL FOOTBALL GAME NOTES
Athletic Communications:
349 Haas Pavilion • Berkeley, CA 94720 •
Phone:
(510) 642-5363 •
Fax:
(510) 643-7778 •
Web:
CalBears.com
Associate Director (Lead Contact):
Kyle McRae •
Phone:
(510) 219-9340 •
Email:
mcrae@berkeley.edu
Assistant Director (Secondary Contact):
Tim Miguel •
Phone:
(510) 326-9761 •
Email:
tmiguel@berkeley.edu
Assistant AD/Athletic Communications (Credentials):
Herb Benenson •
Phone:
(510) 334-0791 •
Email:
benenson@berkeley.edu
Game 10
Friday, November 2, 20126 p.m. PTBerkeley, CA – Memorial Stadium
Washington vs. CaliforniaHuskies Golden Bears4-4, 2-3 Pac-12 3-6, 2-4 Pac-12
TV:
ESPN2 – Carter Blackburn (Play-by-Play), RodGilmore (Analyst), Jemele Hill (Sideline Reporter)
Cal Commercial Radio:
KGO 810 AM (San Francisco) – Joe Starkey (Play-by-Play), Mike Pawlawski (Analyst,*Pregame Show), Todd McKim (Sideline, *PregameShow), Lee Grosscup (^Postgame Show), Matt Foley(^Postgame Show)
Postgame Show:
Claremont Hotel Club & Spa, 41Tunnel Road, Berkeley, CA
Cal IMG Radio Network Afliates:
*KFPT 790 AM(Fresno), KGO 810 AM (San Francisco), +KLAA 830 AM(Los Angeles), KRAK 910 AM (Los Angeles), KAHI 950 AM (Sacramento), KESP 970 AM (Modesto), KFIG 1430 AM (Fresno), XEPE 1700 AM (San Diego)
^Primary, *Secondary 
All-Access Radio:
The Cal commercial radio broadcastof the Golden Bears’ game vs. Washington can beheard on the Internet through the All-Access channelon CalBears.com. All-Access can be found under theMultimedia tab at the top of the page at CalBears.com.
Cal Student Radio:
KALX 90.7 FM, kalx.com (Berkeley) – Isaac Wolf (Play-by-Play), Elliott Schwimmer (Analyst),Gaby Buccinio (Analyst)
Sirius XM Satellite Radio:
Cal’s commercial radiobroadcast feed of the Cal-Washington game can beheard on Sirius XM satellite radio on channel 91 on bothSirius and XM.
 
CalBears.com:
Visit CalBears.com for completecoverage of Cal football and all Cal Athletics.
2012 Cal Schedule/Results(3-6, 2-4 Pac-12)
Date Opponent (TV) Time/Result9/1 Nevada (P12N) L, 24-319/8 Southern Utah (P12N) W, 50-31
9/15 at #12/- Ohio State (ABC) L, 28-359/22 at #13/12 USC (P12N) L, 9-27
9/29 *Arizona State (FX) L, 17-2710/6 *^#25/- UCLA (P12N) W, 43-17
 
10/13 *at Washington State (P12N) W, 31-17
10/20 *#20/22/23 Stanford (FOX) L, 3-21
 
10/27 *at Utah (P12N) L, 27-49
11/2 *Washington (ESPN2) 6 p.m.11/10 *#4/2/2 Oregon (TBA) TBA
11/17 *at #11/13/14 Oregon State (TBA) TBA
 
11/30
!Pac-12 Championship Game (FOX)
5:20 p.m.
*Pac-12 Games; All Times Pacic Unless Noted;
 All Home Games in Bold at Memorial Stadium,Berkeley, CA
; Rankings (BCS/AP/USA Today starting 10/20; AP/USA Today prior to 10/20; current or at time
of game if already played); ^Homecoming/Memorial Stadium Rededication/Joe Roth Game; !Pac-12 Championship Game, TBA
Golden Bears need to win last three regular-season games to be bowl eligible
Cal Hosts Huskies For Friday Night Gold Out
 
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CAL FOOTBALL GAME NOTES –
Friday, Nov. 2, 2012 (vs. Washington)
Keenan Allen Tops Cal’s Career Receptions Record
Keenan Allen became Cal’s all-time leader in receptions when he surpassedGeoff McArthur (202, 2000-04) at the top of the list last Saturday againstUtah. Allen, who now has 205 career catches in his rst 33 collegiate games,is also third all-time at Cal in career receiving yards (2570), with McArthur (3188, 2000-04) and Bobby Shaw (2731, 1994-97) the only two Golden Bearsahead of him. In addition, Allen extended his streak to 33 straight contestswith a reception – every game he’s played at Cal. That streak currently rankseighth in the nation and rst in the Pac-12. He also hauled in his 17th career touchdown reception – sixth of 2012 – and ranks seventh all-time in career scoring catches at Cal. Allen is the Bears’ leading receiver through nine games of 2012 with 61receptions, 737 receiving yards and six touchdown catches, with the 61receptions ranking ninth on Cal’s single-season reception list to make himone of only two players in Cal history along with DeSean Jackson to post twoof the school’s top-10 single seasons in receptions. Allen’s total of 98 in 2011ranked second on the all-time list. Allen ranks tied for 19th nationally and isthird in the Pac-12 in receptions per game (6.78), while he is 37th nationallyand seventh in the Pac-12 in receiving yards (81.89 rpg). He is also amongthe national and Pac-12 leaders in both punt returns and all-purpose yardage,ranking 14th nationally and third in the conference in punt returns (14.13 ypr),and 73rd nationally and ninth in the Pac-12 in all purpose yardage (109.78ypg). In addition, Allen is 10th in the conference in scoring off touchdowns withseven and 18th in overall scoring (5.3), adding two other scores on a 39-yardrun vs. Nevada and a 69-yard punt return against Southern Utah.
2012 Allen Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Receiving (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other Opponent Receiving (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other 
Nevada 6-67-0-32 ... 2 rushes, 35 yards, 1 TD Southern Utah 5-69-1-29 ... 69-yard punt return TDOhio State 9-80-0-18 ... 1-1 passing, 8 yards USC 9-93-0-17 ... 2 punt returns, 15 yards Arizona State 4-79-1-44 UCLA 8-79-2-34 ... rst career two-receiving TD gameWSU 11-166-1-69 ... season-high 69-yard catch Stanford 4-43-0-23 ... 29-yard punt returnUtah 5-61-1-23 ... broke all-time Cal reception record
Averaging Nearly 60,000 Fans Per Home Game
Cal has averaged 58,246 fans per home game in 2012, with a total of 291,232spectators taking in the rst ve contests at the renovated Memorial Stadium,including a sellout crowd of 63,186 in the season opener against Nevada.Cal has drawn at least 50,000 fans in all ve games, a number that has beenreached in 48 of the last 49 contests over the last eight seasons played atMemorial Stadium (2004-10, 2012). Cal has averaged more than 60,000 fansper game four times since 2004. The team’s biggest numbers during the Jeff Tedford era came in 2006, when the Bears drew 450,233 fans and averageda record 64,318 spectators per contest.
Tough Schedule With No Bye Week
Cal’s strength of schedule for its rst nine games ranks 15th nationally in theSagarin NCAA football ratings. The team’s schedule that has included ve of six losses to teams that have combined to post a record of 32-10 (.762) in OhioState (9-0), Stanford (6-2), USC (6-2), Nevada (6-3) and Arizona State (5-3).The Golden Bears have played four teams ranked in the top 25 this seasonat the time of their contest in Ohio State (then-No. 12 AP), USC (then-No. 12USA Today/No. 13 AP), UCLA (then-No. 25 AP) and Stanford (then No. 20BCS/No. 22 AP/No. 23 USA Today). Cal still has two teams both currently in thetop 25 on its schedule in 8-0 Oregon (No. 2 AP/No. 2 USA Today/No. 4 BCS)and 6-1 Oregon State (No. 11 BCS/No. 13 AP/No. 13 USA Today). Also, theBears essentially do not have a bye week during their 12-game regular-seasonschedule because their bye comes in the week after their regular-season naleat Oregon State on November 17.
2012 Individual Honors
Here’s an up-to-date summary of the 2012 honorsand rankings given to Cal football players and awardsthat Cal players are candidates for.
#21 Keenan Allen (Jr., WR)
Biletnikoff Award Watch List, Cal Players to Watch(Lindy’s), CFPA National Honorable Mention WideReceiver Performer of the Week (10/13), CFPANational Punt Returner of the Week (9/8), CFPASpecial Teams Trophy Watch List, CFPA WideReceiver Trophy Watch List, First-Team Midseason All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele), First-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Athlon, Blue Ribbon, Lindy’s, Phil Steele),GEICO Play of the Year Candidate (9/1, 10/20),Heisman Trophy Contender (Phil Steele), HeismanTrophy Possible Winner (Phil Steele), Maxwell AwardWatch List, No. 2 Draft Eligible Wide Receiver (PhilSteele), No. 3 National Top Wide Receiver (Lindy’s),No. 4 Pac-12 NFL Talent (Lindy’s), No. 7 Draft EligiblePlayer (Phil Steele), No. 10 Fantasy Football WideReceiver (Lindy’s, Phil Steele), No. 14 Draft EligibleProspect (Lindy’s), Paul Wareld Award Candidate,Paul Hornung Award Watch List, Second-TeamPreseason All-American (Athlon, Lindy’s, SportsIllustrated), Third-Team Preseason All-American (PhilSteele), Walter Camp Player of the Year Watch List
#9 C.J. Anderson (Sr., TB)
CFPA Honorable Mention Running Back Performer of the Week (10/6), MAACO Bowl Las Vegas Pac-12Player of the Week Nominee (10/13)
#2 Marc Anthony (Sr., DB)
CFPA Honorable Mention Defensive Back Performer of the Week (9/1, 10/20), No. 29 Draft Eligible Cornerback(Phil Steele), Third-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (PhilSteele)
#8 Michael Barton (Fr., LB)
No. 7 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 24 National FreshmanLinebacker (Phil Steele)
#5 Brendan Bigelow (So., TB)
CFPA National Honorable Mention Running BackPerformer of the Week (9/15), CFPA National All-Purpose Performer of the Week (9/15), CFPA SpecialTeams Trophy Watch List
#43 Dan Camporeale (Jr., LB)
Burlsworth Trophy Candidate
#74 Matt Cochran (Fr., OL)
No. 9 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 53 National FreshmanOffensive Lineman (Phil Steele)
#91 Deandre Coleman (Jr., DL)
First-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (USA Today),No. 31 Draft Eligible Defensive End (Phil Steele),Second-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Lindy’s), RotaryLombardi Award Candidate, Second-Team Midseason All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele), Ted Hendricks Award WatchList, Third-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Athlon), Willis Award Candidate
#7 Cedric Dozier (Fr., WR)
No. 4 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 39 National WideReceiver Recruit (Athlon), No. 57 National FreshmanWide Receiver (Phil Steele)
#31 Tyré Ellison (Sr., DB)
 All-State Good Works Award Candidate, Rudy AwardsCandidate, Wuerffel Trophy Candidate
#6 Chris Harper (Fr., WR)
No. 62 National Freshman Wide Receiver (Phil Steele)
#23 Josh Hill (Sr., DB)
Second-Team Midseason All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele)
#3 Kameron Jackson (Sr., DB)
CFPA Defensive Back Performer of the Week (10/6),MAACO Bowl Las Vegas Pac-12 Player of the Week(10/6), Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week (10/6)
#90 Mustafa Jalil (So., DL)
Cal Players to Watch (Lindy’s)
 
 CAL FOOTBALL GAME NOTES –
Friday, Nov. 2, 2012 (vs. Washington)
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A Decade of Sustained Success Under Jeff Tedford
Cal averaged 7.9 wins per year in the rst 10 seasons (2002-11) under head coach Jeff Tedford and ranked tied for third among Pac-10 teams invictories during that period. After a brief one-year absence in 2010, Tedfordled the Golden Bears back to a bowl game in 2011 with a trip to the HolidayBowl against Texas. Tedford’s most recent victory at Washington State onOct. 13, 2012, was his 82nd career win and also his 50th conference triumph.Tedford is Cal’s all-time winningest coach with an overall record of 82-54(.603). Below is a look at Cal’s year-by-year results and bowl appearances
in the Tedford era.
 Year Record Final Rankings Bowl
2002 7-5 None Bowl eligible but not selected2003 8-6 None Insight (Cal 52, Virginia Tech 49)2004 10-2 No. 9 (AP/Coaches) Holiday (Texas Tech 45, Cal 31)2005 8-4 No. 25 (AP/Coaches) Las Vegas (Cal 35, BYU 28)2006* 10-3 No. 14 (AP/Coaches) Holiday (Cal 45, Texas A&M 10)2007 7-6 None
 Armed Forces (Cal 42, Air Force 36)
2008 9-4 No. 25 (Coaches) Emerald (Cal 24, Miami, Fla. 17)2009 8-5 None Poinsettia (Utah 37, Cal 27)2010 5-7 None None2011 7-6 None Holiday (Texas 21, Cal 10)2012 3-6 Season in progress Season in progress
*Pac-10 Co-Champion
Rushing Trio Looking For 2,000 Yards
Cal’s top three rushers in 2012 – C.J. Anderson (513 yards), Isi Sofele(477 yards) and Brendan Bigelow (343 yards) – have combined for 1,333yards rushing through nine games. The trio is attempting to become the rstat Cal to combine for 2,000 rushing yards since Shane Vereen (952), JahvidBest (867) and Covaughn DeBoskie-Johnson (211) ran for a combined 2,030yards in 2009. Although Cal’s rushing attack has been held to a 78.0 yardaverage over the last two games after averaging 220.7 in the previous three,Bigelow was able to rattle off his third touchdown run of 50-plus yards atUtah when he scored on a 57-yard TD and is averaging 12.7 yards per runon 27 carries. The last time a Cal running back had three rushes of 50 or more yards was Best in 2009 (61, 73, 93). Bigelow’s other two 50-plus yardTD runs came at Ohio State when he rushed for a career and team-high 160yards on four carries to become only the second FBS player in the last decadeto have over 150 yards rushing on ve or fewer carries. One of Bigelow’sruns at Ohio State was an 81-yard touchdown that was the longest rush bya Cal player since a 93-yard touchdown run by Best at UCLA in 2009 andthe longest run by an opponent in the history of Ohio Stadium. Bigelow alsohad another score of 59 yards at Ohio State.
2012 Anderson Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other Opponent Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other 
Nevada 14-66-0-13 ... 1 reception, 12 yards Southern Utah 5-46-1-35Ohio State 4-13-0-5 ... 4 receptions, 65 yards USC 5-32-0-13 ... 1 reception, 7 yards Arizona State 8-78-0-44 UCLA 21-151-1-68 ... career high yds. and car.WSU 15-112-2-29 ... career-high-tying rush TD Stanford 7-5-0-4 ... 3 receptions, 24 yardsUtah 3-10-0-4
2012 Sofele Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other Opponent Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other 
Nevada 5-22-0-5 ... 3 receptions, 33 yards Southern Utah 19-104-1-21 ... 1 reception, 14 yardsOhio State 21-86-0-26 ... 1 reception, 5 yards USC 8-16-0-9 ... 1 reception, 4 yards Arizona State 15-105-1-32 ... 13th career rushing TD UCLA 5-21-0-7WSU 14-63-0-16 ... 1 kick return, 12 yards Stanford 10-13-04Utah 12-47-0-12 ... had 7 rec. yards without a catch on lateral from Keenan Allen
2012 Bigelow Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other Opponent Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other 
Nevada 1-3-0-3 ... 2 kick returns, 59 yards Southern Utah 1-12-0-12 ... 1 kick return, 27 yardsOhio State 4-160-2-81 ... 3 kick returns, 74 yards USC 4-31-0-11 ... 3 kick returns, 66 yards Arizona State 0-0-0 UCLA 5-12-0-7 ... 2 receptions, 35 yds, TDWSU 8-59-0-25 ... 1 kick return, 29 yards Stanford 2-0-0-0 ... 2 rec. 40 yds; 4 KR, 96 ydsUtah 2-66-57-1 ... 1 rec., 6 yds; 2 KR, 34 yds
#8 Zach Kline (Fr., QB)
Cal’s Top Newcomer (Lindy’s, USA Today), No. 1 CalRecruit (Athlon), No. 4 Pac-12 Incoming Freshman(Lindy’s), No. 4 National Freshman Quarterback (PhilSteele), No. 4 National Quarterback Recruit (Athlon),No. 9 Pac-12 Recruit (Athlon), No. 13 Pac-12 Recruit(Lindy’s), No. 39 National Overall Recruit (Athlon), No.44 National Incoming Freshman (Lindy’s)
#4 Kenny Lawler (Fr., WR)
No. 8 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 44 National FreshmanWide Receiver (Phil Steele)
#15 Zach Maynard (Sr., QB)
CFPA National Performer of the Week (10/6), CFPAQuarterback Performer of the Week (10/6), CalPlayers to Watch (Lindy’s), Manning Award Star of the Week (10/6)
#40 Chris McCain (So., LB)
Third-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Athlon)
#76 Christian Okafor (Fr., OL)
No. 10 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 69 National FreshmanOffensive Lineman (Phil Steele)
#10 Darius Powe (Fr., WR)
No. 3 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 25 National WideReceiver Recruit (Athlon), No. 33 Pac-12 Recruit(Athlon), No. 39 National Freshman Wide Receiver (Phil Steele)
#11 Richard Rodgers (So., TE)
CFPA Honorable Mention Tight End Performer of theWeek (10/6, 10/27)
#57 Brian Schwenke (Sr., OL)
No. 27 Draft Eligible Center (Phil Steele), Second-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Lindy’s, Phil Steele)
#20 Isi Sofele (Sr., TB)
Cal Players to Watch (Lindy’s), CFPA Running BackTrophy Watch List, Doak Walker Award Watch List,Maxwell Award Watch List, No. 27 Draft EligibleRunning Back (Phil Steele), Second-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Athlon), Third-Team Preseason All-Pac-12(Lindy’s, Phil Steele)
#75 Matt Summers-Gavin (Sr., OL)
Campbell Trophy Seminalist, First-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Blue Ribbon, Phil Steele), NFF NationalScholar-Athlete Award Candidate, No. 19 DraftEligible Tackle (Phil Steele), Outland Trophy WatchList, Second-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Athlon),Senior CLASS Award® Candidate, Third-TeamPreseason All-Pac-12 (Lindy’s)
#78 Freddie Tagaloa (Fr., OL)
No. 5 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 28 National FreshmanOffensive Lineman (Phil Steele), No. 39 NationalOffensive Line Recruit (Athlon)
#50 Aaron Tipoti (Sr., DL)
Cal Players to Watch (Lindy’s), First-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele), No. 17 Draft EligibleDefensive Tackle (Phil Steele), Outland TrophyWatch List
#1 Bryce Treggs (Fr., WR)
No. 2 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 11 National FreshmanWide Receiver (Phil Steele), No. 12 National IncomingFreshman Wide Receiver (Lindy’s), No. 13 NationalWide Receiver Recruit (Athlon), No. 22 Pac-12Recruit (Athlon), No. 81 National Incoming Freshman(Lindy’s), No. 92 National Overall Recruit (Athlon)
#1 Steve Williams (Jr., DB)
No. 61 Draft Eligible Cornerback (Phil Steele), Pac-12Defensive Player of the Week (10/13), Third-TeamMidseason All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele)
2012 Individual Honors

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