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Cal notes and depth chart

Cal notes and depth chart

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• Had 14 tackles with a season-high-tying four against Nevada and Stanford; three at USC;
two vs. Southern Utah, at Washington State and at Utah; and one at Ohio State, while adding
his frst career fumble recovery vs. Southern Utah and a 0.5 TFL at Utah (-1 yard)
• Returned to action at Washington State after missing the previous two games due to injury
• Has career totals of 78 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss (-31 yards), 1.5 sacks (-15 yards), two
forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup in 39 career contests and 15 starts



Tackles: 6 (at Oregon, 2011)

Tackles: 4 (2x, last vs. Stanford)

TFL: 1.0 (3x, last vs. Texas, 2011)

TFL: 0.5 (at Utah)

TFL Yards: 5 (at USC, 2010)

TFL Yards: 1 (at Utah)

Sacks: 1.0 (at Oregon, 2011)


Sack Yards: 14 (at Oregon, 2011)

Sack Yards:

FF: 1 (2x, last vs. Utah, 2011)


FR: 1 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012)

FR: 1 (vs. Southern Utah)

PBU: 1 (vs. Texas, 2011)


DB – #1 STEVE WILLIAMS (5-10, 185, Jr.)

• Third on the team with 56 tackles, while ranking tied for 22nd in the Pac-12 (6.2 tpg)
• Has added team highs of nine pass breakups and 12 passes defended (4th, Pac-12, 1.33
pdpg), a team-high-tying three interceptions (T11th Pac-12, 0.33 ipg) and 3.5 tackles for
loss (-7 yards)

• In addition to his third career interception at Washington State, also notched a career-high
four pass breakups and a team-high six tackles while earning Pac-12 Defensive Player of
the Week honors
• Had eight tackles and 1.0 TFL (-1 yard) vs. UCLA
• Secured his second interception of the season at USC
• Set a career high in tackles with 12 against Nevada, including a 0.5 tackle for loss (-1 yard)
• Boasted his third career tackle for loss (-2 yards) among his six tackles and his frst pass
breakup of 2012 vs. Southern Utah
• Had fve tackles and a pass breakup vs. Stanford and at Utah
• Notched at Ohio State and also had six tackles
• Cal’s active career leader in interceptions (6), passes defended (30) and pass breakups
(24), tied for second in forced fumbles (2) and fourth in interception return yards (45)
• His 24 career pass breakups rank ninth all time at Cal



Tackles: 12 (vs. Nevada, 2012)

Tackles: 12 (vs. Nevada)

TFL: 1.0 (5x, last vs. UCLA, 2012)

TFL: 1.0 (3x, last vs. UCLA)

TFL Yards: 3 (at USC, 2012)

TFL Yards: 3 (at USC)

Sacks: 1.0 (vs. UCLA, 2010


Sack Yards: 2 (vs. UCLA, 2010)

Sack Yards:

FF: 1 (2x, last at UCLA, 2011)

1 (6x, last at Washington State, 2012) INT: 1 (3x, last at Washington State)
INT Return Yds: 45 (vs. Stanford, 2011)


PBU: 4 (at Washington State, 2012)

PBU: 4 (at Washington State)

All Purpose Yards: 45 (vs. Stanford, 2011) All Purpose Yards:


CAL FOOTBALL GAME NOTES – Friday, Nov. 2, 2012 (vs. Washington)

2012 Game Summaries

Game 1
Nevada 31, at Cal 24

September 1, 2012 • TV: Pac-12 Networks • Attendance: 63,186

BERKELEY – Nevada quarterback Cody Fajardo engineered the winning
drive by throwing a 14-yard pass to Zach Sudfeld on third-and-4 from the Cal
38 and a 19-yarder to Brandon Wimberly that set up Stefphon Jefferson’s
winning score, as Nevada topped Cal, 31-24, in the Bears’ frst game in the
newly-renovated California Memorial Stadium.
Cal quarterback Zach Maynard returned after being benched for the frst
three series as punishment for missing a tutoring session earlier this summer
to throw two touchdown passes for Cal. But he also lost a fumble deep in
Nevada territory in the fourth quarter as the Bears lost at home to Nevada
for the second time in 25 tries and frst since 1903.
Cal appeared to seize the momentum in the third quarter when Keenan
Allen answered Jefferson’s second touchdown run with an elusive 39-yard
score on a reverse.

Khalid Wooten fumbled the ensuing kickoff, but Cal had to settle for a feld
goal by Vincenzo D’Amato that cut the lead to 21-17. Maynard then fumbled
at the Nevada 21 at the end of a scramble early in the fourth quarter.
The Bears did tie the game later in the fourth on Maynard’s 13-yard TD
pass to Chris Harper, but could never take the lead.
There wasn’t much to celebrate early for the sellout crowd of 63,186 as
the offense sputtered behind backup Allan Bridgford, who completed two
of his nine passes and the defense once again struggled against Nevada’s
pistol offense.

Maynard led the Bears to a score on his third drive in the game, connecting
on a 37-yard TD pass to freshman Bryce Treggs.

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