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2012 CAL FOOTBALL GAME NOTES

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Golden Bears need to win last three regular-season games to be bowl eligible

Cal Hosts Huskies For Friday Night Gold Out
Friday, November 2, 2012 6 p.m. PT Berkeley, CA – Memorial Stadium
Washington Huskies 4-4, 2-3 Pac-12 vs. California Golden Bears 3-6, 2-4 Pac-12

Game 10

TV: ESPN2 – Carter Blackburn (Play-by-Play), Rod Gilmore (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, *Pregame Show), Lee Grosscup (^Postgame Show), Matt Foley (^Postgame Show) Postgame Show: Claremont Hotel Club & Spa, 41 Tunnel Road, Berkeley, CA Cal IMG Radio Network Affiliates: *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 broadcast of the Golden Bears’ game vs. Washington can be heard on the Internet through the All-Access channel on CalBears.com. All-Access can be found under the Multimedia 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 radio broadcast feed of the Cal-Washington game can be heard on Sirius XM satellite radio on channel 91 on both Sirius and XM. CalBears.com: Visit CalBears.com for complete coverage of Cal football and all Cal Athletics.

Heading home for two of the final three weeks of the regular season, Cal hosts Washington at Memorial Stadium tonight for Cal’s first-ever “Gold Out” football game. Cal is coming off a 49-27 loss at Utah last Saturday, while Washington knocked off previously unbeaten Oregon State, 20-17, at home. Cal needs to sweep its final three regular-season games to become bowl eligible, while Washington must win two of its remaining four. The last time the Huskies came to Berkeley was the 2010 regular-season finale, which also marked Cal’s last game at Memorial Stadium before the venue was renovated. Although Washington has won three straight in the series, the last two meetings between the Bears and the Huskies were not decided until the final moments of the game. Washington plunged into the end zone from one yard out to score the game-winning touchdown on the final play in 2010 for a 16-13 victory. In 2011, Cal took the ball 85 yards for first-and-goal from the Washington two-yard line before the Huskies held them out of the end zone four straight times for a 31-23 win. • Keenan Allen became Cal’s all-time leader in career receptions (205) during last 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 receiving yards rank third in school history and are within 161 of second-place Bobby Shaw (2731, 1994-97) but still 618 shy of McArthur’s record 3,188. Allen also ranks sixth on Cal’s list of all-time 100-yard receiving games (7) and seventh in touchdown catches (17). Allen has caught at least one pass in every game he’s played at Cal (33), which ranks eighth nationally and first in the Pac-12. He is Cal’s leading receiver in 2012 with 61 catches for 737 yards and six touchdowns. Last Saturday at Utah, he became only the second player in Cal history to have two single season rankings on the school’s all-time singleseason top 10 list, with the other DeSean Jackson (65, 2007; 59, 2006). Allen’s 2011 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 eight interceptions. Last Saturday at Utah, Michael Lowe registered an interception that was the third of his career. • Brendan Bigelow boasted a 57-yard touchdown run at Utah, becoming the first 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 and is averaging 12.7 yards per run on 27 carries. • Vincenzo D’Amato leads the Pac-12 in field goals made (1.44 fgmpg) and field goal percentage (13-18, .722) and has been good on each his last nine field 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 38 yards out. D’Amato is attempting to become the second Cal kicker in as many years to lead the Pac-12 in both field goals made and field goal percentage. 1

Kickoff – Cal vs. Washington (Friday, Nov. 2, 6 p.m. PT)

Quick Hitters

2012 Cal Schedule/Results (3-6, 2-4 Pac-12)
Date Opponent (TV) Time/Result 9/1 Nevada (P12N) L, 24-31 9/8 Southern Utah (P12N) W, 50-31 9/15 at #12/- Ohio State (ABC) L, 28-35 9/22 at #13/12 USC (P12N) L, 9-27 9/29 *Arizona State (FX) L, 17-27 10/6 *^#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 Pacific 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

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

2012 Individual Honors
Here’s an up-to-date summary of the 2012 honors and rankings given to Cal football players and awards that Cal players are candidates for.

#21 Keenan Allen (Jr., WR)

Biletnikoff Award Watch List, Cal Players to Watch (Lindy’s), CFPA National Honorable Mention Wide Receiver Performer of the Week (10/13), CFPA National Punt Returner of the Week (9/8), CFPA Special Teams Trophy Watch List, CFPA Wide Receiver Trophy Watch List, First-Team Midseason All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele), First-Team Preseason AllPac-12 (Athlon, Blue Ribbon, Lindy’s, Phil Steele), GEICO Play of the Year Candidate (9/1, 10/20), Heisman Trophy Contender (Phil Steele), Heisman Trophy Possible Winner (Phil Steele), Maxwell Award Watch List, No. 2 Draft Eligible Wide Receiver (Phil Steele), No. 3 National Top Wide Receiver (Lindy’s), No. 4 Pac-12 NFL Talent (Lindy’s), No. 7 Draft Eligible Player (Phil Steele), No. 10 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver (Lindy’s, Phil Steele), No. 14 Draft Eligible Prospect (Lindy’s), Paul Warfield Award Candidate, Paul Hornung Award Watch List, Second-Team Preseason All-American (Athlon, Lindy’s, Sports Illustrated), Third-Team Preseason All-American (Phil Steele), 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-12 Player 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 (Phil Steele)

Keenan Allen became Cal’s all-time leader in receptions when he surpassed Geoff McArthur (202, 2000-04) at the top of the list last Saturday against Utah. Allen, who now has 205 career catches in his first 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 Bears ahead of him. In addition, Allen extended his streak to 33 straight contests with a reception – every game he’s played at Cal. That streak currently ranks eighth in the nation and first 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 61 receptions, 737 receiving yards and six touchdown catches, with the 61 receptions ranking ninth on Cal’s single-season reception list to make him one of only two players in Cal history along with DeSean Jackson to post two of the school’s top-10 single seasons in receptions. Allen’s total of 98 in 2011 ranked second on the all-time list. Allen ranks tied for 19th nationally and is third in the Pac-12 in receptions per game (6.78), while he is 37th nationally and seventh in the Pac-12 in receiving yards (81.89 rpg). He is also among the 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 (109.78 ypg). In addition, Allen is 10th in the conference in scoring off touchdowns with seven and 18th in overall scoring (5.3), adding two other scores on a 39-yard run vs. Nevada and a 69-yard punt return against Southern Utah.
2012 Allen Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Nevada Ohio State Arizona State WSU Utah Receiving (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other Opponent 6-67-0-32 ... 2 rushes, 35 yards, 1 TD Southern Utah 9-80-0-18 ... 1-1 passing, 8 yards USC 4-79-1-44 UCLA 11-166-1-69 ... season-high 69-yard catch Stanford 5-61-1-23 ... broke all-time Cal reception record Receiving (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other 5-69-1-29 ... 69-yard punt return TD 9-93-0-17 ... 2 punt returns, 15 yards 8-79-2-34 ... first career two-receiving TD game 4-43-0-23 ... 29-yard punt return

Keenan Allen Tops Cal’s Career Receptions Record

#8 Michael Barton (Fr., LB)

No. 7 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 24 National Freshman Linebacker (Phil Steele)

#5 Brendan Bigelow (So., TB)

CFPA National Honorable Mention Running Back Performer of the Week (9/15), CFPA National AllPurpose Performer of the Week (9/15), CFPA Special Teams Trophy Watch List

Averaging Nearly 60,000 Fans Per Home Game

#43 Dan Camporeale (Jr., LB)
Burlsworth Trophy Candidate

#74 Matt Cochran (Fr., OL)

No. 9 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 53 National Freshman Offensive 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), Rotary Lombardi Award Candidate, Second-Team Midseason All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele), Ted Hendricks Award Watch List, Third-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Athlon), Willis Award Candidate

Cal has averaged 58,246 fans per home game in 2012, with a total of 291,232 spectators taking in the first five 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 five games, a number that has been reached in 48 of the last 49 contests over the last eight seasons played at Memorial Stadium (2004-10, 2012). Cal has averaged more than 60,000 fans per 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 averaged a record 64,318 spectators per contest.

Tough Schedule With No Bye Week

#7 Cedric Dozier (Fr., WR)

No. 4 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 39 National Wide Receiver Recruit (Athlon), No. 57 National Freshman Wide Receiver (Phil Steele)

#31 Tyré Ellison (Sr., DB)

All-State Good Works Award Candidate, Rudy Awards Candidate, Wuerffel Trophy Candidate

#6 Chris Harper (Fr., WR) #23 Josh Hill (Sr., DB)

No. 62 National Freshman Wide Receiver (Phil Steele) 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)

Cal’s strength of schedule for its first nine games ranks 15th nationally in the Sagarin NCAA football ratings. The team’s schedule that has included five of six losses to teams that have combined to post a record of 32-10 (.762) in Ohio State (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 season at the time of their contest in Ohio State (then-No. 12 AP), USC (then-No. 12 USA Today/No. 13 AP), UCLA (then-No. 25 AP) and Stanford (then No. 20 BCS/No. 22 AP/No. 23 USA Today). Cal still has two teams both currently in the top 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, the Bears essentially do not have a bye week during their 12-game regular-season schedule because their bye comes in the week after their regular-season finale at Oregon State on November 17.

#90 Mustafa Jalil (So., DL)
Cal Players to Watch (Lindy’s)

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

A Decade of Sustained Success Under Jeff Tedford

Cal averaged 7.9 wins per year in the first 10 seasons (2002-11) under head coach Jeff Tedford and ranked tied for third among Pac-10 teams in victories during that period. After a brief one-year absence in 2010, Tedford led the Golden Bears back to a bowl game in 2011 with a trip to the Holiday Bowl against Texas. Tedford’s most recent victory at Washington State on Oct. 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 selected 2003 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 None 2011 7-6 None Holiday (Texas 21, Cal 10) 2012 3-6 Season in progress Season in progress *Pac-10 Co-Champion

2012 Individual Honors
#8 Zach Kline (Fr., QB)
Cal’s Top Newcomer (Lindy’s, USA Today), No. 1 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 4 Pac-12 Incoming Freshman (Lindy’s), No. 4 National Freshman Quarterback (Phil Steele), 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 Freshman Wide Receiver (Phil Steele)

#15 Zach Maynard (Sr., QB)

CFPA National Performer of the Week (10/6), CFPA Quarterback Performer of the Week (10/6), Cal Players 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) #10 Darius Powe (Fr., WR)

No. 10 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 69 National Freshman Offensive Lineman (Phil Steele) No. 3 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 25 National Wide Receiver Recruit (Athlon), No. 33 Pac-12 Recruit (Athlon), No. 39 National Freshman Wide Receiver (Phil Steele)

Rushing Trio Looking For 2,000 Yards

#11 Richard Rodgers (So., TE) #57 Brian Schwenke (Sr., OL) #20 Isi Sofele (Sr., TB)

Cal’s top three rushers in 2012 – C.J. Anderson (513 yards), Isi Sofele (477 yards) and Brendan Bigelow (343 yards) – have combined for 1,333 yards rushing through nine games. The trio is attempting to become the first at Cal to combine for 2,000 rushing yards since Shane Vereen (952), Jahvid Best (867) and Covaughn DeBoskie-Johnson (211) ran for a combined 2,030 yards in 2009. Although Cal’s rushing attack has been held to a 78.0 yard average 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 at Utah when he scored on a 57-yard TD and is averaging 12.7 yards per run on 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 yard TD runs came at Ohio State when he rushed for a career and team-high 160 yards on four carries to become only the second FBS player in the last decade to have over 150 yards rushing on five or fewer carries. One of Bigelow’s runs at Ohio State was an 81-yard touchdown that was the longest rush by a Cal player since a 93-yard touchdown run by Best at UCLA in 2009 and the longest run by an opponent in the history of Ohio Stadium. Bigelow also had another score of 59 yards at Ohio State.
2012 Anderson Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Nevada Ohio State Arizona State WSU Utah Opponent Nevada Ohio State Arizona State WSU Utah Opponent Nevada Ohio State Arizona State WSU Utah
Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other 14-66-0-13 ... 1 reception, 12 yards 4-13-0-5 ... 4 receptions, 65 yards 8-78-0-44 15-112-2-29 ... career-high-tying rush TD 3-10-0-4

CFPA Honorable Mention Tight End Performer of the Week (10/6, 10/27) No. 27 Draft Eligible Center (Phil Steele), SecondTeam Preseason All-Pac-12 (Lindy’s, Phil Steele) Cal Players to Watch (Lindy’s), CFPA Running Back Trophy Watch List, Doak Walker Award Watch List, Maxwell Award Watch List, No. 27 Draft Eligible Running 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 Semifinalist, First-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Blue Ribbon, Phil Steele), NFF National Scholar-Athlete Award Candidate, No. 19 Draft Eligible Tackle (Phil Steele), Outland Trophy Watch List, Second-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Athlon), Senior CLASS Award® Candidate, Third-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Lindy’s)

#78 Freddie Tagaloa (Fr., OL)

No. 5 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 28 National Freshman Offensive Lineman (Phil Steele), No. 39 National Offensive Line Recruit (Athlon)

Opponent Southern Utah USC UCLA Stanford

Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other 5-46-1-35 5-32-0-13 ... 1 reception, 7 yards 21-151-1-68 ... career high yds. and car. 7-5-0-4 ... 3 receptions, 24 yards

#50 Aaron Tipoti (Sr., DL)

Cal Players to Watch (Lindy’s), First-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele), No. 17 Draft Eligible Defensive Tackle (Phil Steele), Outland Trophy Watch List

2012 Sofele Game-By-Game Statistics
Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other Opponent Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other 5-22-0-5 ... 3 receptions, 33 yards Southern Utah 19-104-1-21 ... 1 reception, 14 yards 21-86-0-26 ... 1 reception, 5 yards USC 8-16-0-9 ... 1 reception, 4 yards 15-105-1-32 ... 13th career rushing TD UCLA 5-21-0-7 14-63-0-16 ... 1 kick return, 12 yards Stanford 10-13-04 12-47-0-12 ... had 7 rec. yards without a catch on lateral from Keenan Allen Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other 1-3-0-3 ... 2 kick returns, 59 yards 4-160-2-81 ... 3 kick returns, 74 yards 0-0-0 8-59-0-25 ... 1 kick return, 29 yards 2-66-57-1 ... 1 rec., 6 yds; 2 KR, 34 yds

#1 Bryce Treggs (Fr., WR)

2012 Bigelow Game-By-Game Statistics

No. 2 Cal Recruit (Athlon), No. 11 National Freshman Wide Receiver (Phil Steele), No. 12 National Incoming Freshman Wide Receiver (Lindy’s), No. 13 National Wide Receiver Recruit (Athlon), No. 22 Pac-12 Recruit (Athlon), No. 81 National Incoming Freshman (Lindy’s), No. 92 National Overall Recruit (Athlon)

Opponent Southern Utah USC UCLA Stanford

Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.) ... Other 1-12-0-12 ... 1 kick return, 27 yards 4-31-0-11 ... 3 kick returns, 66 yards 5-12-0-7 ... 2 receptions, 35 yds, TD 2-0-0-0 ... 2 rec. 40 yds; 4 KR, 96 yds

#1 Steve Williams (Jr., DB)

No. 61 Draft Eligible Cornerback (Phil Steele), Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week (10/13), Third-Team Midseason All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele)

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

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Pac-12 Standings (Thru Oct. 27, 2012)
NORTH Team Oregon Oregon State Stanford Washington Cal Washington State SOUTH Team USC UCLA Arizona State Arizona Utah Colorado Pac-12 5-0 4-1 4-1 2-3 2-4 0-5 Pac-12 4-2 3-2 3-2 2-3 1-4 1-4 Overall 8-0 6-1 6-2 4-4 3-6 2-6 Overall 6-2 6-2 5-3 5-3 3-5 1-7

Zach Maynard’s Moves Onto All-Time Total Offense List

Zach Maynard moved into 10th place on Cal’s all-time list for total offense (5189) during his most recent contest against Utah and is nearing the alltime leaders in all-time passing yards, with a current total of 5,029 that is currently 153 shy of 10th place Mike Pawlawski’s 5,182 career yards from 1988-91. Maynard has completed 165-of-267 passes for 2,039 yards in 2012, with 12 touchdown throws and nine interceptions. Maynard has a passer efficiency rating of 134.04 to rank 58th nationally, while his 129.78 career passer efficiency is eighth on Cal’s all-time list. Maynard’s top game of the season and arguably the best game of his career came when he completed 25-of-30 passes (career high 83.3%) for a season-high 295 yards, threw for four touchdowns and rushed for another in a win against UCLA, with the five touchdowns he was responsible for a career best.
2012 Maynard Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Nevada Ohio State Arizona State WSU Utah
Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD-Lg.) ... Other 17-30-0-245-2-37 26-37-1-280-1-36 ... rushing TD 9-28-0-126-1-44 14-23-2-189-1-69 ... career-high 78 rush yds 20-32-1-288-2-51 ... 11 rushes, 30 yards

This Week’s Pac-12 Games
Friday, Nov. 2 (TV) *Washington at Cal (ESPN2) TIME 6 p.m.

Opponent Southern Utah USC UCLA Stanford

Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD-Lg.) ... Other 17-23-1-229-1-29 ... 6 rushes, 39 yards 18-33-2-173-0-17 ... career-high 19 rushes 25-30-1-295-4-50 ... 5 total TDs (1 rushing) 19-31-1-214-0-31 ... team-long 11-yard run

D’Amato Leads Pac-12 in Field Goals Made and Percentage

Saturday, Nov. 3 (TV) TIME *Stanford at Colorado (FX) Noon MT/11 a.m. PT *Washington State at Utah (P12N) 1 p.m. MT/Noon PT *Oregon at USC (FOX) 4 p.m. *Arizona at UCLA (P12N) 7:30 p.m. *Arizona State at Oregon State (ESPN or ESPN2) 7:30 p.m. *Pac-12 Game; All Times Pacific Unless Noted

Last Week’s Pac-12 Results
Saturday, Oct. 27 *at Arizona 39, USC 36 *UCLA 45, at Arizona State 43 *at Utah 49, Cal 27 *at Oregon 70, Colorado 14 *at Washington 20, Oregon State 17 *at Stanford 24, Washington State 17 *Pac-12 Game

Vincenzo D’Amato has made each of the last nine field goals he has attempted and now leads the Pac-12 in both field goals made (1.44 fgmpg) and field goal percentage (13-18, 72.2%) on the footsteps of 2011 placekicker Giorgio Tavecchio, who last season became the first Cal player to ever lead the conference in field goal percentage and the first to pace the league in field goals made since Doug Brien in 1991. D’Amato started his current streak at USC when he tied his career best by making the final three of his four field goals attempts, equaling a mark he had previously set two games earlier by hitting all three of his attempts vs. Southern Utah. D’Amato was then good on his only attempts vs. Arizona State and UCLA, at Washington State and against Stanford, connecting on a career-long 52-yarder at Washington State which is also the second-longest in the Pac-12 in 2012. Last Saturday at Utah, D’Amato was good on both of his attempts from 49 and 38 yards. D’Amato is 25th nationally in field goals made (1.44 fgmpg). He is also fourth in the Pac-12 in scoring among kickers (7.11 ppg) and ninth in the conference overall. D’Amato has a team-high 64 points for the season, adding 25-of-28 extra points to his 13 field goals. For his career, he has 116 points (20-30 FG, 56-59 PAT) to rank second among the club’s active players behind Keenan Allen’s 120 points on 20 touchdowns.
2012 D’Amato Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Nevada Ohio State Arizona State WSU Utah
FGM-FGA-LG ... PAT/ATT ... KO ... Other 1-2-40 ... 3-3 ... 5-310-62.0 0-3 ... 4-4 ... 5-323-64.6 1-1-35 ... 2-2 ... 4-253-63.2 1-1-52 ... 4-4 ... 6-378-63.0 ... career-long FG 2-2-49 ... 3-3 ... 5-306-61.2

Opponent Southern Utah USC UCLA Stanford

FGM-FGA-LG ... PAT-ATT ... KO ... Other 3-3-47 ... 5-6 ... 9-528-58.7 3-4-35 ... 0-0 ... 4-260-65.0 1-1-26 ... 4-6 ... 8-504-63.0 1-1-21 ... 0-0 ... 2-128-64.0

First-Year Punter Cole Leininger

True freshman Cole Leininger has posted punting averages of 40.0 yards or better in each of his last eight contests, including an average of 46.7 in his most recent game at Utah that was his second-highest of the season behind only the 47.0 average he posted at Ohio State. His longest punt of the season was a 61-yarder at Washington State, while he has had one of at least 50 yards six times including each of the past three contests. For the season, he is averaging 41.3 yards per punt despite averages of 38.6 and 30.7 over a total of 10 punts in his first two games.

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

Tight Race for Team Lead in Tackles

Josh Hill has been Cal’s leading tackler all season, now with 63, but Nick Forbes caught Hill with his seven tackles at Utah. Five Bears have a total of 50 or more tackles, with Steve Williams (56), Robert Mullins (50) and Michael Lowe (50) also among the group. In the conference rankings, Hill and Forbes are tied for seventh (7.1 tpg), Mullins tied for 19th, Williams 22nd and Lowe 37th.

National Rankings (Week 10) BCS Standings
RK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 TEAM Alabama Kansas State Notre Dame Oregon LSU Georgia Florida South Carolina Florida State Louisville Oregon State Oklahoma Clemson Stanford Mississippi State Texas A&M USC Texas Tech Boise State Nebraska West Virginia Arizona Texas Oklahoma State Louisiana Tech RECORD 8-0 8-0 8-0 8-0 7-1 7-1 7-1 7-2 8-1 8-0 6-1 5-2 7-1 6-2 7-1 6-2 6-2 6-2 7-1 6-2 5-2 5-3 6-2 5-2 7-1 BCS AVG .9759 .9400 .9147 .9136 .8163 .7753 .7604 .5968 .5743 .5661 .5559 .5454 .5095 .4863 .3913 .3593 .3509 .3242 .3123 .2568 .2512 .1692 .1640 .0893 .0784 PVS 1 3 5 4 6 10 2 13 12 16 7 8 18 17 11 20 9 14 21 NR 19 NR 23 NR NR

Cal Defense Forcing Lots of Turnovers Lately

The Cal defense has forced 11 turnovers in the last four games. Cal forced six turnovers against UCLA for the highest total in the Jeff Tedford era and then came back with two more each both at Washington State and against Stanford. Cal had one more turnover at Utah when Michael Lowe posted his team-high-tying third interception of the season. Eight of the 11 turnovers in the last four games have been interceptions, while three have been fumbles.

Defensive Backfield Trio All Active Career Leaders

The defensive backfield trio of Marc Anthony, Josh Hill and Steve Williams each rank as Cal’s active career leader in at least one category. Hill, who has played in 45 career games with 29 starts, has 190 tackles to lead all players on the active roster, while his 63 stops on the season are tied for the team lead with Nick Forbes. His three career forced fumbles are also the most among active Cal players and his two fumble recoveries and one interception returned for a touchdown are tied for the most. In addition, Hill is third among the team’s active players with four career interceptions, 46 interception return yards, 21 pass breakups and 25 passes defended. Anthony, who has played in 39 career games with 30 starts, is Cal’s active career leader in interception return yards (96), while ranking tied for first in interception return touchdowns (1); second in passes defended (26), pass breakups (21) and tackles (130); and third in tackles for loss (12.0, -27 yards). Anthony is tied for first on the club in 2012 with 6.5 tackles for loss (-17 yards). Williams, who has played in 34 games with 25 starts, is Cal’s active career leader in interceptions with six, having snagging one in two consecutive games at Washington State and vs. UCLA. His three interceptions in 2012 are tied for first on the team. He also collected a career-high four pass breakups against the Cougars and is now the Bears’ active career leader with 24 (ninth on alltime list) to give him a total of 30 passes defended that also paces the Bears’ active players. He is tied for second among active players with two career forced fumbles, third in tackles (126) and fourth in interception return yards (45). He currently ranks fourth in the Pac-12 in passes defended (1.33 pdpg) and tied for 11th in interceptions (0.33 ipg).

AP Top 25
RK TEAM (FP VOTES) RECORD PTS PVS 1 Alabama (60) 8-0 1500 1 2 Oregon 8-0 1412 2 3 Kansas State 8-0 1382 4 4 Notre Dame 8-0 1344 5 5 LSU 7-1 1216 6 6 Ohio State 9-0 1158 9 7 Georgia 7-1 1145 12 8 Florida 7-1 1075 3 9 Florida State 8-1 1046 11 10 Clemson 7-1 914 14 11 South Carolina 7-2 823 17 12 Louisville 8-0 817 16 13 Oregon State 6-1 762 7 14 Oklahoma 5-2 758 8 15 Stanford 6-2 627 19 16 Texas A&M 6-2 580 22 17 Mississippi State 7-1 559 13 18 USC 6-2 418 10 19 Boise State 7-1 406 21 20 Texas Tech 6-2 388 15 21 Nebraska 6-2 249 NR 22 Louisiana Tech 7-1 209 24 23 West Virginia 5-2 126 25 24 Arizona 5-3 106 NR 25 UCLA 6-2 103 NR Dropped from rankings: Rutgers 18, Michigan 20, Ohio 23 Others receiving votes: Toledo 88, Rutgers 74, Oklahoma State 72, Texas 55, Kent State 33, Tulsa 17, Northern Illinois 12, Washington 8, Northwestern 7, Ohio 4, Wisconsin 4, Michigan 2, Louisiana-Monroe 1

USA Today Coaches’ Poll
RK TEAM (FP VOTES) RECORD PTS PVS 1 Alabama (59) 8-0 1475 1 2 Oregon 8-0 1391 2 3 Kansas State 8-0 1366 4 4 Notre Dame 8-0 1307 5 5 LSU 7-1 1225 6 6 Georgia 7-1 1149 11 7 Florida State 8-1 1121 10 8 Florida 7-1 1024 3 9 Clemson 7-1 976 13 10 Louisville 8-0 888 14 11 South Carolina 7-2 838 16 12 Oklahoma 5-2 758 7 13 Oregon State 6-1 684 9 14 Boise State 7-1 634 18 15 Stanford 6-2 626 19 16 Texas A&M 6-2 592 21 17 USC 6-2 583 8 18 Mississippi State 7-1 569 12 19 West Virginia 5-2 326 22 20 Texas Tech 6-2 284 17 21 Nebraska 6-2 283 NR 22 Texas 6-2 200 24 23 Louisiana Tech 7-1 191 NR 24 Oklahoma State 5-2 166 NR 25 Rutgers 7-1 151 15 Dropped from rankings: Michigan 20, Ohio 23, Wisconsin 25 Others receiving votes: Northwestern 77, UCLA 61, Toledo 59, Northern Illinois 39, Kent State 26, Tulsa 19, Wisconsin 15, Arizona 14, Michigan 11, Louisiana-Monroe 10, Ohio 9, Cincinnati 8, Iowa State 6, Utah State 4, Western Kentucky 4, Ole Miss 3, Arizona State 2, Michigan State 1

Turnover Margin a Key

The turnover battle has been emphasized since head coach Jeff Tedford’s arrival at Cal in 2002 and rightly so. The Bears are 46-9 when committing fewer turnovers than opponents during the Tedford era, compared to 19-11 when turnovers are equal and 17-34 when opponents win the battle. In conference games, Cal is 29-7 with a positive margin in turnovers, 11-7 when the turnover table is tied and 10-28 with a deficit. A big key to the Bears’ win against UCLA was forcing the six turnovers that were the most in the Jeff Tedford era and tied for the most in the Pac-12 this season, including the first three career interceptions by Kameron Jackson, which ties for the most in the Pac-12 this season and are the most by a single player in a game in the Tedford era. Against Washington State and Stanford, the Bears notched two more turnovers in each game. Cal is 68th in the nation in turnover margin (-.11), with 18 takeaways and 19 lost, while ranking ninth in the Pac-12.

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

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RUSHING OFFENSE: 54th, 169.00 ypg PASSING OFFENSE: 67th, 228.11 ypg TOTAL OFFENSE: 65th, 397.11 ypg SCORING OFFENSE: 80th, 25.78 ppg RUSHING DEFENSE: 65th, 164.22 ypg PASS EFFICIENCY DEFENSE: 50th, 126.83 TOTAL DEFENSE: 78th, 416.67 SCORING DEFENSE: 68th, 28.33 ppg NET PUNTING: 40th, 38.15 ypp PUNT RETURNS: 17th, 14.13 ypr KICKOFF RETURNS: 78th, 20.53 ypr TURNOVER MARGIN: 68th, -.11 PASS DEFENSE: 86th, 252.44 ypg PASSING EFFICIENCY: 70th, 130.20 SACKS: 28th, 2.56 spg TACKLES FOR LOSS: 41st, 6.33 tflpg SACKS ALLOWED: 118th, 4.11 sapg *Complete NCAA team stats available at ncaa.org

Cal in NCAA Team Stats (Thru Oct. 27, 2012)

Bowling and Winning Bears

Cal has played in bowls eight of the last nine seasons, posting a school-record bowl game appearance streak of seven in a row from 2003-09 and a schoolrecord-tying eight consecutive winning seasons from 2002-09 before both came to an end in 2010. However, the Bears started new streaks in both categories in 2011 with a return to the bowl scene at the Holiday Bowl and a 7-6 overall record. Cal has posted a 5-3 (.625) mark in bowl games in the Jeff Tedford era that also included a school-record four straight bowl wins from 2005-08. Cal won enough games to be bowl eligible but was ineligible to play in a bowl game in 2002 due to NCAA sanctions imposed prior to the arrival of Tedford. Cal needs to win each of its final three regular-season games in 2012 to be bowl eligible and would also need to add a bowl victory for a winning season.

Notes From Utah Game

PASSING EFFICIENCY (Min. 15 Att./Game): Zach Maynard, 58th, 134.04 TOTAL OFFENSE: Zach Maynard, 58th, 232.33 ypg RECEPTIONS PER GAME: Keenan Allen, T19th, 6.78 rpg RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME: Keenan Allen, 37th, 81.89 ypg INTERCEPTIONS: Michael Lowe, T47th, .33 ipg; Steve Williams, T47th, .33 ipg; Kameron Jackson, T47th, .33 ipg PUNTING: Cole Leininger, 56th, 41.34 ypp PUNT RETURNS: Keenan Allen, 14th, 14.13 ypg KICKOFF RETURNS: Brendan Bigelow, 44th, 23.53 ypr; Mike Manuel, T91, 19.17 ypr FIELD GOALS: Vincenzo D’Amato, 25th, 1.44 fgpg SCORING: Vincenzo D’Amato, 90th, 7.11 ppg ALL-PURPOSE RUNNERS: Keenan Allen, 73rd, 109.78 ypg *Complete NCAA individual stats available at ncaa.org

Cal in NCAA Individual Stats

Keenan Allen became Cal’s all-time leader in receptions during the contest and now has 205 for his career ... Brendan Bigelow had his third run of 50+ yards on the season with a 57-yard touchdown run on the final play of the third quarter ... Chris Harper matched his career high with seven catches as he also had seven against Southern Utah ... Cal outgained Utah, 441-334, with the Bears notching 288 yards through the air and 153 on the ground ... Michael Lowe notched his third career interception in the third quarter, which was Cal’s eighth interception and 11th turnover in the last four games ... Maurice Harris had his first career catch in the fourth quarter, good for 24 yards ... Vincenzo D’Amato made his eighth and ninth consecutive field goal attempts, good from 49 and 38 yards ... Richard Rodgers had a career-long 51-yard reception late in the first quarter – one yard longer than his previous personal best, which he obtained against UCLA, and then recorded first career TD catch late in the fourth quarter on a seven-yard pass from Zach Maynard.

SCORING OFFENSE: 7th, 25.8 ppg SCORING DEFENSE: 9th, 28.3 ppg TOTAL OFFENSE: 7th, 397.1 ypg TOTAL DEFENSE: 9th, 416.7 ypg RUSHING OFFENSE: 5th, 169.0 ppg RUSHING DEFENSE: 7th, 164.2 ypg PASS OFFENSE: 7th, 228.1 ypg PASS DEFENSE: 6th, 252.4 ypg PASS EFFICIENCY: 7th, 130.2 PASS DEFENSE EFFICIENCY: 6th, 126.8 KICKOFF RETURNS: 8th, 20.5 ypr PUNT RETURNS: 3rd, 14.1 ypr INTERCEPTIONS: T4th, 12 int PUNTING: 8th, 38.2 nypp KICKOFF COVERAGE: 11th, 38.1 nya FIELD GOALS PERCENTAGE: 5th, 13-18 (.722) PAT KICKING PERCENTAGE: 12th, 25-28 (.893) SACKS BY: 8th, 2.56 spg SACKS AGAINST: 12th, 4.11 spg FIRST DOWNS: 8th, 20.0 fdpg OPP 1ST DOWNS: 10th, 23.4 fdpg 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS: 10th, 38-116 (32.8%) OPP 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS: 10th, 65-146 (44.5%) 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS: T11th, 4-11 (36.4%) OPP 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS: T6th, 6-12 (50.0%) FEWEST PENALTY YARDS: 9th, 75.6 ypg OPPONENT PENALTY YARDS: 4th, 71.8 ypg TIME OF POSSESSION: 12th, 27:05 toppg TURNOVER MARGIN: 9th, -1, -0.11 pg (18 gained, 19 lost) RED ZONE OFFENSE: T7th, 22-29 (75.9%, 13 TD, 9 FG) RED ZONE DEFENSE: 3rd, 29-39 (74.4%, 23 TD, 6 FG) ON-SIDE KICKS BY: T3rd, 0 recovered, 1 attempts (0.0%) ON-SIDE KICKS AGAINST: T1st, 0 recovered, 0 attempt (0.0%)

Cal in Pac-12 Team Stats

Home Field Advantage

Cal has a 43-13 record in its last 56 home games and is 39-12 at Memorial Stadium during the stretch. Cal is 2-3 at Memorial Stadium in 2012 after going 4-1 in home games at AT&T Park in 2011 while Memorial Stadium was being renovated.

Cal is 15-8 when playing as a top-10 team and 36-21 when ranked in the top 25 since head coach Jeff Tedford became the head coach in 2002, while the Bears are 14-23 against ranked teams. In 2009, Cal recorded back-to-back wins in consecutive weeks over nationally ranked teams for the first time since 1950, defeating No. 18 Arizona at Memorial Stadium before winning at No. 14 Stanford. The Bears snapped an eight-game losing streak against ranked teams with a win over No. 25 UCLA on Oct. 6, 2012, before falling to No. 22 Stanford in its most recent contest against a ranked team on Oct. 20, 2012. Prior to not being ranked during the 2011 or 2012 campaigns, Cal had been among the nation’s top 25 teams at one point in each of the previous seven seasons and eight times in nine campaigns from 2002-10.

Bears As the Best, Against The Best

Score 30 Points, Usually Win

Cal is 64-5 all-time when putting 30 points or more on the scoreboard under head coach Jeff Tedford. When the Bears don’t score at least 30 points, their record under Tedford is 18-49.

Under the Lights

Cal will be playing its fourth night game of the year this Friday vs. Washington (6:00 p.m. PT). Cal won its first two games under the lights in 2012 against UCLA and at Washington State before falling at Utah last Saturday night. Times are still to be announced for the final two regular-season contests vs. Oregon and at Oregon State.

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Young Squad

Cal’s current two-deep features 31 of the 56 positions manned by either a freshman (12) or sophomore (19).

Cal’s Washington Connections

• Deandre Coleman (Seattle, WA) is the only Cal player to list a hometown in the state of Washington. • Three former Cal players – Marshawn Lynch, Brandon Mebane and Cameron Morrah – are currently on the roster of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks. • Offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Jim Michalczik lists his hometown as Port Angeles, WA. He was an honorable mention All-American player at Washington State before graduating from the school in 1988. • Defensive line coach Todd Howard spent the 2011 season in the same role at Washington State. • Assistant strength and conditioning coach Chris DiSanto was a captain for a Spokane Shock squad that won the Arena Football League 2 title in 2006.

Special Honorees

Cal will recognize the following honorees during Friday’s game against Washington. Golden Bear Olympians – A total of 46 Golden Bears competed at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, matching Cal’s historic highs for representatives (46) and medals (17), while Golden Bear student-athletes captured 11 gold medals – one off the record of 12 from 1948. The Cal contingent included representatives from 17 countries in 10 different sports. Among those from Cal who won gold for Team USA were swimmers Dana Vollmer (3 gold) and Nathan Adrian (2 gold, 1 silver) and women’s soccer star Alex Morgan. Four medalists are students at Cal this year – swimmers Caitlin Leverenz (USA, 400 IM, bronze) and Rachel Bootsma (USA, 400 medley relay, gold), rower Kara Kohler (USA, quadruple sculls, bronze) and water polo’s Aleksa Saponjic (Serbia, bronze). Steve Bartkowski – Former Golden Bear quarterback Steve Bartkowski will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame later this year during a ceremony in New York. Bartkowski earned consensus All-America honors when he led the nation with 2,580 yards passing as a senior at Cal in 1974. In addition, he was tabbed team MVP and first-team All-Pac-8. Bartkowski was selected with the No. 1 overall pick of the 1975 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. During a 12-year pro career, he was chosen the 1975 Rookie of the Year and appeared in two Pro Bowls. Caitlin Leverenz – Cal senior Caitlin Leverenz will be honored as the recipient of the 2012 Honda Sports Award as the top female collegiate swimmer. While leading the Bears to their second consecutive NCAA team title, Leverenz won two individual events (200 individual medley, 200 breaststroke) and was a member of two championship relays (200 and 400 medley relays). Her time of 1:51.77 in the 200 IM set an American record. Leverenz was named the Swimmer of the Meet at the NCAA and Pac-12 Championships, before capturing a bronze medal in the 400 IM at the 2012 Olympics.

RUSHING: C.J. Anderson, 12th, 57.0 ypg PASSING: Zach Maynard, 5th, 226.6 ypg PASS EFFICIENCY: Zach Maynard, 6th, 134.0 RECEPTIONS: Keenan Allen, 3rd, 6.8 rpg RECEIVING YARDS: Keenan Allen, 7th, 81.9 ypg TOTAL OFFENSE: Zach Maynard, 6th, 232.3 ypg SCORING: Vincenzo D’Amato, 9th, 7.1 ppg SCORING (TD’s): Keenan Allen, 10th, 5.3 ppg SCORING (KICK): Vincenzo D’Amato, 4th, 7.1 ppg PUNT RETURN AVERAGE: Keenan Allen, 3rd, 14.1 ypg KICK RETURN AVERAGE: Brendan Bigelow, 6th, 23.5 ypg ALL-PURPOSE: Keenan Allen, 9th, 109.8 ypg PUNTING: Cole Leininger, 10th, 41.3 ypp FIELD GOALS: Vincenzo D’Amato, 1st, 1.44 fgpg FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: Vincenzo D’Amato, 1st, 13-18 (72.2%) PAT KICKING PERCENTAGE: Vincenzo D’Amato, 12th, 25-28 (89.3%) TACKLES: Josh Hill, T7th, 7.0 tpg; Nick Forbes, T7th, 7.0 tpg; Robert Mullins, T19th, 6.2 tpg; Steve Williams, 22nd, 6.2 tpg; Michael Lowe, 37th, 5.6 tpg PASSES DEFENDED: Steve Williams, 4th, 1.33 pdpg INTERCEPTIONS: Steve Williams, T11th, 0.33 ipg; Kameron Jackson, T11th, 0.33 ipg; Michael Lowe, T11th, 0.33 ipg

Cal in Pac-12 Individual Stats (Thru Oct. 27, 2012)

FIELD GOALS MADE (tied): 3, vs. Southern Utah; 3, at USC FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (tied): 100.0, vs. Southern Utah (3-3); 100.0, at Utah (2-2); 100.0, vs. Stanford (1-1); 100.0, at Washington State (1-1); 100.0, vs. UCLA (1-1); 100.0, vs. Arizona State (1-1) PAT KICKS PERCENTAGE (tied): 100.0, at Washington State (4-4); 100.0, at Ohio State (4-4); 100.0, at Utah (33); 100.0, vs. Nevada (3-3); 100.0, vs. Arizona State (2-2) PUNT RETURN TDs (tied): 1, vs. Southern Utah TURNOVERS CAUSED (tied): 6, vs. UCLA

Cal’s Pac-12 Team Game Highs

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS/PLAY: 40.0, Brendan Bigelow, at Ohio State YARDS PER RUSH: 40.0, Brendan Bigelow, at Ohio State PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE: 100.0%, Keenan Allen at Ohio State (1-1) FIELD GOALS MADE (tied): 3, Vincenzo D’Amato vs. Southern Utah; Vincenzo D’Amato at USC FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (tied): 100.0%, Vincenzo D’Amato vs. Southern Utah (3-3); 100.0%, Vincenzo D’Amato at Utah (2-2); 100.0%, Vincenzo D’Amato vs. Stanford (1-1); 100.0%, Vincenzo D’Amato at Washington State (1-1); 100%, Vincenzo D’Amato vs. UCLA (1-1); 100.0%, Vincenzo D’Amato vs. Arizona State (1-1) PAT KICKS PERCENTAGE (tied): 100.0%, Vincenzo D’Amato at Washington State (4-4); 100.0%, Vincenzo D’Amato at Ohio State (4-4); 100.0%, Vincenzo D’Amato at Utah (3-3); 100.0%, Vincenzo D’Amato vs. Nevada (33); 100.0%, Vincenzo D’Amato vs. Arizona State (2-2) PUNT RETURN TDs (tied): 1, Keenan Allen, vs. Southern Utah INTERCEPTIONS (tied): 3, Kameron Jackson vs. UCLA INTERCEPTION RETURN AVERAGE: 61.0, Marc Anthony, vs. Southern Utah INTERCEPTION RETURN TDs (tied): 1, Marc Anthony, vs. Southern Utah

Cal’s Pac-12 Individual Player Game Highs

FIRST DOWNS RUSHING (tied): 2, at Washington State FIRST DOWNS BY PENALTY (tied): 0, at Ohio State *Complete Pac-12 stats available at pac-12.org

Cal’s Pac-12 Opponent Game Lows

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

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2012 Records .....................................3-6, 2-4 Pac-12 Pac-12 Place ................................. 5th, North Division Current Rankings ...............................................None Head Coach.............................................. Jeff Tedford Alma Mater (Year) ................. Fresno State (1983) Career Record (Years) ............. 82-54, .603 (11th) Cal Record (Years).................... 82-54, .603 (11th) 2011 Postseason ....Holiday Bowl vs. Texas (L, 10-21) Location .................................................. Berkeley, CA Enrollment ........................................................ 36,142 Conference.......................................................Pac-12 Colors................................ Blue (282) and Gold (123) Home Stadium .............................. Memorial Stadium Capacity (Surface) .................63,186 (Matrix Turf) Chancellor ............................ Dr. Robert J. Birgeneau Director of Athletics .......................... Sandy Barbour Athletic Communications (Lead)......... Kyle McRae Phone .............................................(510) 219-9340 Email .....................................mcrae@berkeley.edu Athletic Communications (Secondary) .............. Tim Miguel Phone .............................................(510) 326-9761 Email ................................... tmiguel@berkeley.edu Athletic Communications (Credentials) ..... Herb Benenson Phone .............................................(510) 334-0761 Email ...............................benenson@berkeley.edu Tickets.............................................(800) GO BEARS Website .................................................CalBears.com

Cal Quick Facts

Cal in the NFL

Cal has a total of 31 players on NFL rosters as of Oct. 29, 2012, which is the second-most among Pac-12 schools behind only USC, while the team’s 25 former players on active 53-player rosters (does not included players on injured reserve and physically unable to perform lists) at the beginning of the 2012 NFL season was tied for ninth nationally. Cal has had 40 NFL Draft selections in the 10 drafts held since Jeff Tedford coached his first game at Cal in 2002, including eight first-rounders. Six former Cal players were chosen in the 2012 NFL Draft. The six draft selections tied for the second-most ever by Cal, who also had six players picked in both the 1977 and 2008 drafts. A school-record 10 Cal players were chosen in 1952. Offensive lineman Mitchell Schwartz (Cleveland Browns – No. 37 overall) and linebacker Mychal Kendricks (Philadelphia Eagles – No. 46 overall) were selected in the second round, followed by punter Bryan Anger (Jacksonville Jaguars – No. 70 overall) in the third round. Wide receiver Marvin Jones (Cincinnati Bengals – No. 166 overall) was taken in the fifth round. Defensive back D.J. Campbell (Carolina Panthers – No. 216 overall) and defensive lineman Trevor Guyton (Minnesota Vikings – No. 219 overall) were picked in the seventh round.

Academic Success Continues

2012 Records .....................................4-4, 2-3 Pac-12 Pac-12 Place ................................. 4th, North Division Current Rankings (BCS/AP/USA) ....................None Head Coach........................................Steve Sarkisian Alma Mater (Year) ................................ BYU, 1997 Career Record (Seasons) ..........23-23, .500 (4th) UW Record (Seasons) ...............23-23, .500 (4th) 2011 Postseason .....Alamo Bowl vs. Baylor (L, 56-67) Location .................................................... Seattle, WA Enrollment ........................................................ 43,307 Conference.......................................................Pac-12 Colors.................................................... Purple & Gold Stadium............................................... Husky Stadium 2012 Home Field............................ CenturyLink Field Century Link Capacity (Surface) ......67,000 (FieldTurf) President .........................................Michael K. Young Director of Athletics ........................Scott Woodward Athletic Communications Director...Jeff Bechthold Phone .............................................(206) 685-7910 Email ...........................................bechtold@uw.edu Tickets.......................(206) 543-2200/gohuskies.com Website ............................................... gohuskies.com

Washington Quick Facts

Cal has posted 103 Pac-12 All-Academic honors in the first 10 seasons under head coach Jeff Tedford, second-most in the conference during that span. Nine Cal student-athletes were honored on the 2011 Pac-12 All-Academic Football Team, including four first-team selections in Mark Brazinski, Ernest Owusu, Mitchell Schwartz and John Tyndall. In 2008, Alex Mack earned the Draddy Trophy (later renamed the Campbell Trophy) honoring college football’s top scholar-athlete, while Mohamed was a finalist for the honor often referred to as the Academic Heisman in 2010 after earlier being given an NFF Scholar-Athlete Award. Giorgio Tavecchio was a semifinalist for the honor and a candidate for an NFF Scholar-Athlete Award in 2011. A three-time member of the Pac-10/12 All-Academic team, Matt SummersGavin is a candidate for the Senior CLASS Award® and the Campbell Trophy presented by the National Football Foundation in 2012. Since it opened in the fall of 1923, Memorial Stadium has produced scores of unforgettable memories for generations of Golden Bears. From the Wonder Teams of the 1920s to the Pappy Waldorf years mid-century to the current success attained under head coach Jeff Tedford, the facility has treated fans of all ages to many of the greatest moments in the history of Cal football. It stands as one of the most enduring symbols of the University of California campus and has served as a gathering point for students, alumni, faculty, staff and other supporters for nearly 90 years. This fall, the historic building begins a new era following an extensive retrofit and renovation that brings it up to modern standards for fans and studentathletes alike, creating a more enjoyable environment for the hundreds of thousands of people who visit and partake in games every year – all while maintaining the architecture and character of the celebrated stadium. Major construction on the $321 million project got underway in December 2010, and barely 21 months later, the Golden Bears are able to call Memorial Stadium home once again.

Back In Berkeley – Memorial Stadium Reopens in 2012

Date Opponent (TV) Time/Result 9/1 San Diego State (P12N) W, 21-12 9/8 at #3 LSU (ESPN) L, 3-41 9/15 Portland State (FX) W, 52-13 9/27 *#8 Stanford (ESPN) W, 17-13 10/6 *at #2 Oregon (ESPN) L, 21-52 10/13 *#11 USC (FOX) L, 14-24 10/20 *at Arizona (P12N) L, 17-52 10/27 *#7 Oregon State (P12N) W, 20-17 11/2 *at Cal (ESPN2) 6 p.m. 11/10 *Utah (TBA) TBA 11/17 *at Colorado (TBA) TBA 11/23 *at Washington State (FX or FOX) TBA 11/30 !Pac-12 Championship Game (FOX) 5:20 p.m. *Pac-12 Games; All Times Mountain Unless Noted; All Home Games in Bold at Stanford Stadium, Stanford, CA; Rankings (AP at time of game); !Pac12 Championship Game, TBA

Washington Schedule/Results (4-4, 2-3 Pac-12)

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The Renovation of Memorial Stadium

Preliminary work on the project, including installation of temporary bracing around the outer wall, hazardous material removal and interior demolition, began in June 2010. Major construction got underway in December 2010, starting with demolition of the interior bowl, soil excavation and wall shoring. The stadium is game-ready to host Cal football in September 2012, with work completed in early 2013. The $321 million renovation, which impacts all but the outer wall and the east-side seating area, capitalizes on the expertise of seismic engineers and campus experts that found a unique solution to protect the stadium and its users in case of an earthquake. Design features include concrete “seismic blocks” at the end zone where the Hayward Fault bisects the facility and a press box that can sway in a large-scale temblor. The solution came as a result of collaboration between the campus Seismic Review Committee, the architectural team and the structural engineers hired for the job. The significant number of upgrades to the facility include three club levels for those participating in the Endowment Seating Program, a new press box, wider concourses, improved ADA access, and more restrooms and concession stands. Capacity has been reduced from 71,799 seats to 63,186. Originally completed in November 1923, Memorial Stadium is dedicated to University of California, Berkeley students, alumni and other Californians who lost their lives in World War I. The building was then rededicated during halftime of Cal’s game against UCLA on Oct. 6, 2012. Cal boasts an all-time record of 319-216-16 (.593) at Memorial Stadium. The Bears have enjoyed 12 undefeated home campaigns, including three during the Jeff Tedford era (2004, 2006, 2008). Cal has twice won eight home games in a season (1924, 1938). The Bears went 4-3 at Memorial Stadium in 2010, the last season before the renovation. Cal was 4-1 in their 2011 temporary home at AT&T Park and is 2-3 in its return to Memorial Stadium in 2012. Memorial Stadium is also home to one of the most memorable moments in college football history – “The Play” – Cal’s fivelateral kickoff return on the final play of the 1982 Big Game to beat Stanford that celbrated its 30th anniversary last week.

The History of Memorial Stadium

Simpson Center For Student-Athlete High Performance

Cal football players train in the Simpson Center for Student-Athlete High Performance, a revolutionary student-athlete training, coaching, and applied sports science and sports medicine center that opened in January of 2012. The Simpson Center embodies the High Performance Initiative (HPI), Cal’s innovative performance philosophy designed to build competitive advantage, maximize efficiency and enhance the student-athlete experience. A 142,000 square-foot facility, the Simpson Center is a state-of-the-art complex with year-round access for over 450 student-athletes. The Simpson Center is home to the locker rooms, meeting rooms and offices for Cal football and 12 Golden Bear Olympic sports for use on a daily basis. A 142,000 square-foot facility, the Simpson Center is a state-of-the-art complex with year-round access for over 450 studentathletes. The Simpson Center is home to the locker rooms, meeting rooms and offices for Cal football and 12 Golden Bear Olympic sports for use on a daily basis and provides ... • Performance Training & Assessment • Therapy, Rehabilitation & Reconditioning • Sport Performance Laboratories • Academic Support Services & Study Area • Dedicated Team Room, Locker Room & Office Space • Nutrition & Food Service • Medical Clinic The signature feature of the Simpson Center is the High Performance Zone – a fully integrated training space with worldclass strength and conditioning, sports medicine and sports science facilities and services. Developed with sports performance in mind, high quality equipment and an open layout provide impressive training options to prepare for the highest levels of competition. This multi-purpose space encompasses 18,700 square feet, spans two stories and stretches the length of a football field. Planned to accommodate 100 student-athletes at a time, Golden Bears are able to complete a full training session without the need to move or wait for equipment. The facility’s weight room is outfitted with over 50,000 pounds of weight, 22 fully customized work stations with inlaid platforms that provide student-athletes with a state-of-the-art facility that incorporates the latest technology and adaptability in exercise and monitoring equipment. The 25-yard turf area is used for warm-ups, plyometrics, short agility work, medicine ball throws, rehabilitation and much more. Spin, Pilates, yoga and back classes are among the activities that take place in the fitness studio. Other features in the Simpson Center include a training room, rehabilitation facilities including underwater and AlterG treadmills, cold plunges, a medical suite, dining and nutrition and academic support area, team meeting room, locker room and player lounge – all just a few steps away.

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Storylines

• Tailback C.J. Anderson wears No. 9 in honor of a high school friend by the name of Mike Pennerman, who died as a result of injuries he suffered in a high school football game. • Tailback Brendan Bigelow returned to the game of football after two serious injuries to his right knee in high school and credits his father, Frank, for helping him return. • Linebacker Nick Forbes is the vice president of GBAC and in May of 2012 served as the host of the annual “Oskis” awards event the group hosts annually. • Two Cal players – Michael Lowe and Avery Sebastian – have changed their last name since arriving at Cal. Lowe was formerly known as Michael Coley, while Sebastain was formerly Avery Walls. • Long snapper Brandon Madueño is the nephew of Cal’s all-time tackles leader David Ortega, who is now the director of operations and alumni relations in Cal’s athletic development office. • Defensive lineman Austin Clark’s sister, Adrienne, is now training for the skeleton event to participate at the 2014 Winter Olympics. Adrienne is currently an assistant softball coach at her alma mater Hofstra, where she graduated in 2005 after playing four years of softball, once recording a string of 31 consecutive innings pitched in the NCAA Tournament without allowing a run that was the second most in NCAA history. • Cal has six players who had fathers that also played at Cal. Wide receiver Jackson Bouza is the son of former Cal player and three-year letterwinner Matt Bouza (1978-80). Tight end Richard Rodgers’ father, Richard Rodgers, Sr., lettered from 1980-83 was prominently involved in “The Play” in 1982 as the player who made the fourth of the five laterals. Wide receiver Bryce Treggs’ father, Brian, was a wide receiver at Cal from 1988-91, while linebacker Hardy Nickerson’s father, Hardy Sr., was a linebacker at Cal from 1983-86 and offensive lineman Dominic Galas’ father, Tim, was an offensive lineman at Cal from 1979-82. Duke Moran’s father, Michael, was a member of the Cal squad in 1979 and 1980 but did not earn a letter. • Quarterback Austin Hinder is the grandson of Cal Athletic Hall of Famer Jim Hanifan, a longtime NFL and collegiate coach. • Tailback Isi Sofele is one of eight siblings and a native of Utah. • Bud “Dog” Turner is in his 43rd season involved with Cal football and likes to say that he is “halfway through his career”. • Tight end Jacob Wark is also a backup first baseman on Cal’s baseball team that went to the College World Series in 2011. • There are three sets of brothers on the team – wide receiver Keenan Allen and quarterback Zach Maynard, fullback Kameron and wide receiver Kaulin Krebs, and offensive linemen Jordan and Tyler Rigsbee. • Five players are from Greensboro, North Carolina (Allen, wide receiver Maurice Harris, defensive lineman Gabe King, Maynard, linebacker Chris McCain). • Placekicker Benjamin Calder and tailback Darren Ervin were high school teammates at Lamar High School in Houston. • Defensive back Josh Hill and defensive linemen Kendrick Payne were high school teammates at Klein Forest High School in Houston. • Quarterback Zach Kline and wide receiver Patrick Worstell were high school teammates at San Ramon Valley High School in Danville. Playing the guitar is a hobby of Kline. • Defensive backs Adrian Lee and Steve Williams were high school teammates at Skyline High School in Dallas. • Tailback Isi Sofele and defensive lineman Keni Kaufusi were high school teammates at Cottonwood High School in Murray, Utah, just outside of Salt Lake City. • Placekicker Vincenzo D’Amato is of Italian heritage, same as last year’s placekicker Giorgio Tavecchio, who with the San Francisco 49ers for much of their 2012 training camp before being released. • Cal has two players – offensive linemen Alejandro Crosthwaite (Rosarito Beach, Mexico) and Matt Williams (Liverpool, England) – that list hometowns outside the United States. • Quarterback Joey Mahalic is a 23-year-old true freshman that spent five seasons as a pitcher with the Cleveland Indians after being drafted by the organization in the 32nd round of the 2007 MLB Draft, posting a 15-21 overall record with a 4.73 ERA and 223 strikeouts in 323.2 innings pitched. • Fullback Tanner Mohr joined the team during spring practice after having played rugby for his first three years at Cal. • Punter Steffan Mos attended Clairemont High School, the school where Fast Times at Ridgemont High was filmed. • Wide receivers Keenan Allen and Griffin Piatt are both experienced piano players. • Fullback Dasarte Yarnway and defensive back Tyre Ellison grew up together in Visitation Valley in San Francisco. Yarnway and his brother plan to start numerous nonprofit organizations to help the youth in Visitation Valley. • Cal freshman long snapper Duke Moran has a couple of relatives that played for rival Stanford, with his grandfather playing college football for Pop Warner and aunt, Noel, swimming for the Cardinal and setting an American record in the 200 breast.

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The Tedford File
Birthdate: Nov. 2, 1961 Hometown: Downey, CA High School: Warren HS College: Fresno State 1983 (Bachelor’s in Physical Education) Junior College: Cerritos College Family: wife, Donna; sons, Taylor and Quinn

Jeff Tedford Head Coach • 11th Season at Cal (82-54, .603)

Jeff Tedford has established Cal as one of the elite football programs in the Pac-12 and lifted the Golden Bears into the national discussion on a consistent basis. During his his first 10 seasons on the job, Cal won the thirdmost Pac-10/12 games and heading into 2012 had finished ranked among the nation’s top 25 in four of the last eight seasons and been in the top 10 at some point in five of the past eight. Cal posted a school-record run of seven straight bowl appearances from Cal Coaching Chronology 2003-09 and is 5-3 in the postseason under Tedford. After a one-year absence, Tedford guided the Bears back to the bowl scene in 2011 with a trip to the Year Records (Pac-10/12 Finish) Holiday Bowl. He is the only Cal mentor with more than two bowl victories, 2002 7-5, 4-4 Pac-10 (4th-T) including a school-record string of four consecutive postseason wins from 2003 8-6, 5-3 Pac-10 (3rd-T) 2004 10-2, 7-1 Pac-10 (2nd) 2005-08. The Bears also put together a school-record-tying eight consecutive 2005 8-4, 4-4 Pac-10 (4th-T) winning campaigns from 2002-09. Cal has twice posted a school-record-tying 2006 10-3, 7-2 Pac-10 (1st-T) 10 wins under Tedford, the sixth and seventh times in school history, in 2004 2007 7-6, 3-6 Pac-10 (7th-T) and 2006. 2008 9-4, 6-3 Pac-10 (4th) Tedford boasts Cal’s all-time record for victories with a 82-54 (.603) all-time 2009 8-5, 5-4 Pac-10 (5th-T) 2010 5-7, 3-6 Pac-10 (8th) mark at the school, surpassing former record holder Andy Smith (74-16-7, 2011 7-6, 4-5 Pac-12 (4th North) 1916-25) during the 2011 season. Tedford has now coached 136 games 2012 3-6, 2-4 Pac-12 (5th North) at Cal, setting the school record for most games coached during the 2010 Totals 82-54, 50-42 Pac-10/Pac-12 campaign. Only two others – Pappy Waldorf (103, 1947-56) and Stub Allison (102, 1935-44) – have coached 100 or more games at Cal. Tedford also Bowls at Cal has school records in road wins (26) and conference victories with a 50-42 (.543) mark in league games. To top it off, he is 7-4 in the Big Game, equaling Year and Bowl Result Waldorf’s school record of seven wins against Stanford. 2003 Insight Cal 52, Virginia Tech 49 2004 Holiday Texas Tech 45, Cal 31 In the first 10 NFL Drafts that have occured with Tedford as Cal’s head 2005 Las Vegas Cal 35, BYU 28 coach, the Bears have had 40 players selected in the NFL Draft, including 2006 Holiday Cal 45, Texas A&M 10 eight first-round picks. As of October 29, 2012, Cal’s 31 former players on 2007 Armed Forces Cal 42, Air Force 36 NFL rosters according to ESPN.com rank second among Pac-12 schools, 2008 Emerald Cal 24, Miami, Fla. 17 while the team’s 25 former players on active 53-player rosters (does not 2009 Poinsettia Utah 37, Cal 27 included players on injured reserve and physically unable to perform lists) at 2011 Holiday Texas 21, Cal 10 the beginning of the 2012 NFL season was tied for ninth nationally. Tedford has also earned a reputation as a strong recruiter, with each of his Coaching Honors at Cal last three classes from 2010-12 being ranked in the top 15 nationally. Prior Year Honor to the 2011 campaign, Sporting News bestowed the honor of the Pac-12’s 2002 Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Finalist best recruiter on Tedford. 2004 Pac-10 Coach of the Year All of this at the head of a program that won just one game in 2001, the 2006 Pac-10 Coach of the Year year prior to his arrival. The Cal football renaissance over the past decade rates as one of the most impressive turnarounds in college football history. But Tedford’s teams have not only got it done on the field, they’ve also got it done in the classroom. His players have been recognized as Pac-12 All-Academic honorees 103 times since his arrival. Of the 202 seniors who have played for Tedford in his first 10 seasons, 178 (88%) earned their college degrees and/or have gone on to NFL careers. Nationally, Cal has also had multiple Heisman Trophy candidates under Tedford, including J.J. Arrington (2004), Marshawn Lynch (2006), DeSean Jackson (2007) and Jahvid Best (2009). Other national recognition has come the Bears way in recent years. Alex Mack was the winner of the 2008 Draddy Award (often referred to as the “academic Heisman”), while Mike Mohamed was one of 16 players across the country in the 2010 National Football Foundation’s Scholar-Athlete Class of 2010 and a finalist for the prestigious honor won by Mack now known as the William V. Campbell Trophy. In 2006, the Bears had a pair of players collect national awards. Jackson was the recipient of the inaugural Randy Moss Award as the top returner in the country, while Daymeion Hughes earned The Lott IMPACT Trophy, given to a defensive player to equally recognize his athletic performance and personal character. Despite his success as a coach and mentor, Tedford still follows a basic philosophy. “We try to focus on one game at a time and try to reach our full potential,” Tedford said emphatically. And he still values each and every member of his football team. “Whether it is the guys who are suited up, the guys who are going to play 50-60 plays or the guys who aren’t going to play at all, I want them all to understand that they are very important to the success of the program,” he said. “Their contributions are invaluable.” Tedford’s hard work and dedication not only inspire his players, it has also made him a role model to the young men in the Cal program. “Coach Tedford wasn’t just a coach, I think of him as more like a father figure,” said All-Pac-10 linebacker and current NFL player Desmond Bishop, who was a key player on the Packers’ Super Bowl XLV winning squad. “He taught us lessons about life. He taught us to have integrity, to have character. He prepared us to be men.” CAL FOOTBALL GAME NOTES – Friday, Nov. 2, 2012 (vs. Washington) 11

2012 Cal Football Alphabetical Roster
NO 58 35 21 9 36 89 2 41 27 8 19 5 6 81 28 68 41 16 22 46 36 43 54 74 91 83 30 71 13 24 82 7 27 31 30 19 33 59 11 13 61 65 70 9 44 85 87 6 3 23 7 31 34 3 90 7 56 14 99 10 8 26 88 83 45 20 2 NAME Chris Adcock Ted Agu Keenan Allen C.J. Anderson Ross Anderson Stephen Anderson Marc Anthony Todd Barr Mitchel Bartolo Michael Barton Noah Beito Brendan Bigelow Kyle Boehm Ross Bostock Jackson Bouza Mark Brazinski Spencer Briare Allan Bridgford Nathan Broussard Brett Buchanan Benjamin Calder Dan Camporeale Austin Clark Matt Cochran Deandre Coleman Idarre Coles Jeffrey Coprich Alejandro Crosthwaite Vincenzo D’Amato Antione Davis Jake Davis Cedric Dozier Damariay Drew Tyré Ellison Darren Ervin Maximo Espitia Dan Fadelli Brian Farley Nick Forbes Khairi Fortt Donovan Frazer Dominic Galas Geoffrey Gibson Jason Gibson Lucus Gingold James Grisom Spencer Hagan Chris Harper Maurice Harris Josh Hill Austin Hinder Jonah Hodges J.P. Hurrell Kameron Jackson Mustafa Jalil Jalen Jefferson Keni Kaufusi Brendan Keeney Gabe King Lucas King Zach Kline Kameron Krebs Kaulin Krebs Cary Kriegsman James Langford Isaac Lapite Daniel Lasco POS OL LB WR TB WR WR DB DL TB LB PK TB QB WR WR OL TE QB LB TE PK LB DL OL DL WR DB OL PK DL TE DB DB DB TB TE DB OL LB LB OL OL OL LB FB WR TE WR WR DB QB TB LB DB DL LB DL QB DL LB QB FB WR LS PK DB TB HT 6-3 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-5 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-8 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-3 5-11 6-3 5-10 6-2 6-5 6-0 5-7 6-4 6-1 6-4 6-4 5-11 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-2 5-11 6-7 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-5 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-4 5-9 5-11 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-3 5-9 6-1 WT 300 240 210 210 219 210 200 275 190 220 175 190 220 202 185 300 230 220 246 225 200 247 275 345 309 170 170 300 200 220 220 175 200 200 197 220 191 291 236 238 285 290 315 225 237 180 235 170 205 203 200 175 230 185 280 225 280 220 293 235 200 235 188 195 200 185 206 YR So.* So.* Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr.* Sr.* Fr.* Jr.* Fr. Fr. So. Fr.* Sr.* Jr.* Jr.* Fr. Jr.* Fr.* So.* Fr.* Jr.* Jr.* Fr. Jr.* So.* Fr. So.* Jr.* So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr.* Fr.* Fr. Fr. Fr.* So.* Jr. Jr. Sr.* So.* Fr.* Jr. So.* Jr.* Fr. Fr.* Sr.* So.* Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr.* Jr.* Fr. So.* So.* Fr. Sr.* Sr.* So.* Jr. So.* Fr.* EXP 1L SQ 2L 1L HS RS 3L RS SQ HS HS 1L RS 1L 1L 2L HS 1L RS RS RS 2L 2L HS 2L HS HS SQ 2L JC JC HS HS 2L RS HS HS RS 1L TR JC 3L SQ RS JC HS 2L HS RS 3L SQ HS 3L 1L 1L RS SQ HS SQ RS HS 1L SQ SQ TR SQ RS HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOLS) Rowlett, TX (Dallas Christian HS) Bakersfield, CA (Frontier HS) Greensboro, NC (Northern Guilford HS/Grimsley HS) Vallejo, CA (Laney College/Bethel HS) Moraga, CA (Miramonte HS) San Jose, CA (Piedmont Hills HS) Chandler, AZ (Chandler HS) Lakewood, CA (Lakewood HS) San Diego, CA (Westview HS) Concord, CA (De La Salle HS) Scotts Valley, CA (Scotts Valley HS) Fresno, CA (Central East HS) San Jose, CA (Archbishop Mitty HS) Sebastopol, CA (Analy HS) Lafayette, CA (De La Salle HS) Basking Ridge, NJ (Immaculata HS) Granite Bay, CA (Granite Bay HS) Mission Viejo, CA (Mission Viejo HS) Plano, TX (Plano West HS) Encinitas, CA (San Diego/Sante Fe Christian HS) Houston, TX (Lamar HS/Westbury Christian HS) Lafayette, CA (Acalanes HS) Tampa, FL (Plant HS) Atwater, CA (Buhach Colony HS) Seattle, WA (Garfield HS) Visalia, CA (Redwood HS) Stevenson Ranch, CA (West Ranch HS/Golden Valley HS) Rosarito Beach, Mexico (Cathedral Catholic HS) Lake Forest, CA (El Toro HS) El Sobrante, CA (Contra Costa College/Pinole Valley HS) King City, CA (Monterey Peninsula College/King City HS) Roanoke, AL (Lakes HS) Livermore, CA (Livermore HS) San Francisco, CA (Burton HS) Houston, TX (Lamar HS) Salem, OR (South Salem HS) Moraga, CA (Campolindo HS) San Diego, CA (Patrick Henry HS) Frederick, MD (Governor Thomas Johnson HS) Stamford, CT (Penn State/Stamford HS) Martinez, CA (Laney College/Alhambra HS) Modesto, CA (Central Catholic HS) Las Vegas, NV (Bishop Gorman HS) Gardena, CA (Junipero Serra HS) Clovis, CA (Reedley College/San Diego/Buchanan HS) Lynwood, CA (Lynwood HS) Sacramento, CA (Capital Christian HS) Encino, CA (Crespi HS) Greensboro, NC (Northern Guilford HS) Houston, TX (Klein Forest HS) Steamboat Springs, CO (Steamboat Springs HS) Santa Cruz, CA (Santa Cruz HS) San Mateo, CA (Junipero Serra HS) Long Beach, CA (Long Beach Poly HS) San Diego, CA (Cathedral Catholic HS) Ventura, CA (St. Bonaventure HS) Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood HS) Granite Bay, CA (Granite Bay HS) Burlington, NC (South Eugene HS/Aiken HS) Berkeley, CA (Berkeley HS) Danville, CA (San Ramon Valley HS) Sunset Beach, HI (Oregon State/Mission Viejo HS/Kahuku HS) Sunset Beach, HI (Oregon State/Kahuku HS) Pacific Palisades, CA (Loyola HS) Pleasanton, CA (Cal Poly/Foothill HS) Eugene, OR (Sheldon HS/South Eugene HS) The Woodlands, TX (The Woodlands HS)

Numerical
NO NAME 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 13 13 13 14 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 18 19 19 20 20 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 25 26 26 27 27 28 28 29 30 30 31 31 32 33 33 Bryce Treggs Steve Williams Marc Anthony Daniel Lasco Maurice Harris Kameron Jackson Kenny Lawler Avery Sebastian Brendan Bigelow Michael Lowe Kyle Boehm Chris Harper Alex Logan Cedric Dozier Austin Hinder Jalen Jefferson Michael Barton Zach Kline C.J. Anderson Jason Gibson Lucas King Darius Powe Nick Forbes Richard Rodgers Vincenzo D’Amato Khairi Fortt Mike Manuel Brendan Keeney Chad Smith Cecil Whiteside Adrian Lee Zach Maynard Allan Bridgford Cole Leininger Brennan Scarlett Joel Willis Noah Beito Maximo Espitia Isaac Lapite Isi Sofele Keenan Allen Stefan McClure Nathan Broussard Joey Mahalic Josh Hill Dasarte Yarnway Antione Davis Patrick Worstell Kameron Krebs Ikem Okwudiafor Mitchel Bartolo Damariay Drew Jackson Bouza Matt Mayes Jordan Morgan Jeffrey Coprich Darren Ervin Tyré Ellison Jonah Hodges Vachel Samuels Dan Fadelli Tanner Mohr POS WR DB DB TB WR DB WR DB TB DB QB WR DB DB QB LB LB QB TB LB LB WR LB TE PK LB TB QB P LB DB QB QB P LB DB PK TE DB TB WR DB LB QB DB FB DL WR FB DB TB DB WR DB DB DB TB DB TB DB DB FB

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4 15 16 6 75 5 86 22 13 28 15 40 21 86 55 33 64 93 29 40 37 47 98 76 26 96 39 35 10 73 77 11 32 17 57 4 69 14 20 48 75 78 50 1 79 84 14 80 44 72 1 18 25 23

Kenny Lawler Adrian Lee Cole Leininger Alex Logan Puka Lopa Michael Lowe Brandon Madueño Joey Mahalic Mike Manuel Matt Mayes Zach Maynard Chris McCain Stefan McClure Bryce McGovern Viliami Moala Tanner Mohr Steven Moore Duke Moran Jordan Morgan Steffan Mos Robert Mullins Hardy Nickerson Bradley Northnagel Christian Okafor Ikem Okwudiafor Kendrick Payne Nathan Phillip Griffin Piatt Darius Powe Jordan Rigsbee Tyler Rigsbee Richard Rodgers Vachel Samuels Brennan Scarlett Brian Schwenke Avery Sebastian John Sheperdson Chad Smith Isi Sofele Eric Stevens Matt Summers-Gavin Freddie Tagaloa Aaron Tipoti Bryce Treggs Bill Tyndall Jacob Wark Cecil Whiteside Harrison Wilfley David Wilkerson Matt Williams Steve Williams Joel Willis Patrick Worstell Dasarte Yarnway

WR DB P DB DL DB LS QB TB DB QB LB DB WR DL FB OL LS DB P LB LB DL OL DB DL TE WR WR OL OL TE DB LB OL DB LS P TB FB OL OL DL WR OL TE LB TE LB OL DB DB WR FB

6-3 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-4 5-9 6-0 6-2 6-6 5-11 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-6 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-6 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-0 6-4 6-4 5-10 6-3 6-5 5-8 6-0 6-4 6-8 6-2 5-11 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-6 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-0

185 200 200 200 230 210 243 220 198 204 185 225 192 200 335 235 280 215 196 207 225 225 225 310 200 283 240 190 212 306 290 265 192 255 300 190 220 210 200 242 300 340 280 175 285 255 229 255 230 300 185 188 175 220

Fr. So.* Fr. Jr.* Fr.* So.* Jr.* Fr. Sr. So.* Sr.* So. So. So. So. Jr.* Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr.* Fr. Fr. Fr. So.* Sr.* Jr.* Fr. Fr. Fr.* Sr.* So. Jr.* So. Sr. So. So. So.* Sr. Sr.* Sr.* Fr. Sr.* Fr. Jr.* So.* So. Jr. So.* Jr.* Jr.* Fr.* Fr. Jr.*

HS 1L HS 2L RS 1L SQ HS 1L SQ 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L HS HS HS HS JC 3L HS HS HS HS 3L RS HS HS RS 2L 1L SQ 1L 3L 1L 1L HS 3L 3L 3L HS 3L HS 1L 1L HS JC 1L RS 2L RS HS 1L

Pomona, CA (Upland HS) Dallas, TX (Skyline HS) Fruit Cove, FL (Bartram Trail HS) Denver, CO (Mullen HS) Sacramento, CA (Grant HS) Hyattsville, MD (DeMatha Catholic HS) West Covina, CA (Damien HS) Portland, OR (Wilson HS) Carson, CA (Golden West College/Los Alamitos HS/Carson HS) Alturas, CA (Modoc HS) Greensboro, NC (Buffalo/Grimsley HS) Greensboro, NC (Oakridge Military Academy/Northern Guilford HS) Vista, CA (Vista HS) Danville, CA (Monte Vista HS) Sacramento, CA (Grant HS) Davis, CA (Davis HS) Elk Grove, CA (Elk Grove HS) Menlo Park, CA (Sacred Heart Prep HS) Chandler, AZ (Blue Ridge HS/Valley Christian HS) San Diego, CA (Grossmont College/Clairemont HS) Los Angeles, CA (Dorsey HS) Oakland, CA (Bishop O’Dowd HS) San Carlos, CA (Junipero Serra HS) Houston, TX (Westbury HS) Fremont, CA (Mission San Jose HS/St. Mary’s College HS) Houston, TX (Klein Forest HS) Oakland, CA (City College of San Francisco/Bishop O’Dowd HS) Moraga, CA (Campolindo HS) Lakewood, CA (Lakewood HS) Chico, CA (Pleasant Valley HS) Chico, CA (Pleasant Valley HS) Worcester, MA (St. John’s HS) Compton, CA (Lynwood HS) Portland, OR (Central Catholic HS) Oceanside, CA (Oceanside HS) Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Eagle’s Landing Christian HS/Union Grove HS) Danville, CA (San Ramon Valley HS) Los Angeles, CA (Loyola HS) Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood HS) San Pedro, CA (Peninsula HS) San Francisco, CA (St. Ignatius HS) Richmond, CA (Salesian HS) Honolulu, HI (Word of Life Academy) Inglewood, CA (St. John Bosco HS) Pacific Grove, CA (Monterey Peninsula College/Pacific Grove HS) Tualatin, OR (Jesuit HS) Newport Beach, CA (Newport Harbor HS) Sacramento, CA (American River College/Casa Roble HS) Danville, CA (Monte Vista HS) Liverpool, England (North Dakota State College of Science/Proctor Academy) Dallas, TX (Skyline HS) Garden Grove, CA (Pacifica HS) Danville, CA (San Ramon Valley HS) San Francisco, CA (Sacred Heart Cathedral HS)

34 35 35 36 36 37 39 40 40 41 41 43 44 44 45 46 47 48 50 54 55 56 57 58 59 61 64 65 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 83 84 85 86 86 87 88 89 90 91 93 96 98 99

J.P. Hurrell Ted Agu Griffin Piatt Ross Anderson Benjamin Calder Robert Mullins Nathan Phillip Chris McCain Steffan Mos Todd Barr Spencer Briare Dan Camporeale Lucus Gingold David Wilkerson James Langford Brett Buchanan Hardy Nickerson Eric Stevens Aaron Tipoti Austin Clark Viliami Moala Keni Kaufusi Brian Schwenke Chris Adcock Brian Farley Donovan Frazer Steven Moore Dominic Galas Mark Brazinski John Sheperdson Geoffrey Gibson Alejandro Crosthwaite Matt Williams Jordan Rigsbee Matt Cochran Puka Lopa Matt Summers-Gavin Christian Okafor Tyler Rigsbee Freddie Tagaloa Bill Tyndall Harrison Wilfley Ross Bostock Jake Davis Idarre Coles Cary Kriegsman Jacob Wark James Grisom Brandon Madueño Bryce McGovern Spencer Hagan Kaulin Krebs Stephen Anderson Mustafa Jalil Deandre Coleman Duke Moran Kendrick Payne Bradley Northnagel Gabe King

LB LB WR WR PK LB TE LB P DL TE LB FB LB PK TE LB FB DL DL DL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL LS OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL TE WR TE WR LS TE WR LS WR TE WR WR DL DL LS DL DL DL

Coaching Staff
HEAD COACH: Jeff Tedford (f), 11th Season (Fresno State, 1983) OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/OFFENSIVE LINE: Jim Michalczik (f), 9th Season (Washington State, 1988) DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR: Clancy Pendergast (f), 3rd Season (Arizona, 1990) DEFENSIVE BACKS: Ashley Ambrose (f), 2nd Season (Mississippi Valley State, 1992) PASS GAME COORDINATOR/QUARTERBACKS: Marcus Arroyo (b), 2nd Season (San Jose State, 2003) WIDE RECEIVERS: Wes Chandler (f), 1st Season (Florida, 1978) SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR/TIGHT ENDS: Jeff Genyk (f), 3rd Season (Bowling Green State, 1982) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH/RUN GAME COORDINATOR: Ron Gould (f), 16th Season (Oregon, 1988) DEFENSIVE LINE: Todd Howard (f), 1st Season (Texas A&M, 1991) ASSOC. HEAD COACH/RECRUITING COORD./LBs: Kenwick Thompson (f), 6th Season (Harding, 1991) HEAD STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH: Mike Blasquez (f), Cal – 10th Season; Football – 2nd Season (Cal State Hayward, 1991) DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS: Mike McHugh (b), 10th Season (Findlay, Ohio, 1983) (b) Booth; (f) Field

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2012 Cal Football Numerical Roster
NO 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 13 13 13 14 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 18 19 19 20 20 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 25 26 26 27 27 28 28 29 30 30 31 31 32 33 33 34 35 35 36 36 NAME Bryce Treggs Steve Williams Marc Anthony Daniel Lasco Maurice Harris Kameron Jackson Kenny Lawler Avery Sebastian Brendan Bigelow Michael Lowe Kyle Boehm Chris Harper Alex Logan Cedric Dozier Austin Hinder Jalen Jefferson Michael Barton Zach Kline C.J. Anderson Jason Gibson Lucas King Darius Powe Nick Forbes Richard Rodgers Vincenzo D’Amato Khairi Fortt Mike Manuel Brendan Keeney Chad Smith Cecil Whiteside Adrian Lee Zach Maynard Allan Bridgford Cole Leininger Brennan Scarlett Joel Willis Noah Beito Maximo Espitia Isaac Lapite Isi Sofele Keenan Allen Stefan McClure Nathan Broussard Joey Mahalic Josh Hill Dasarte Yarnway Antione Davis Patrick Worstell Kameron Krebs Ikem Okwudiafor Mitchel Bartolo Damariay Drew Jackson Bouza Matt Mayes Jordan Morgan Jeffrey Coprich Darren Ervin Tyré Ellison Jonah Hodges Vachel Samuels Dan Fadelli Tanner Mohr J.P. Hurrell Ted Agu Griffin Piatt Ross Anderson Benjamin Calder POS WR DB DB TB WR DB WR DB TB DB QB WR DB DB QB LB LB QB TB LB LB WR LB TE PK LB TB QB P LB DB QB QB P LB DB PK TE DB TB WR DB LB QB DB FB DL WR FB DB TB DB WR DB DB DB TB DB TB DB DB FB LB LB WR WR PK HT 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-3 5-9 6-3 5-10 5-10 5-11 6-3 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-2 5-9 6-4 6-5 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-4 5-10 6-0 6-2 5-9 5-8 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-4 5-10 6-0 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-7 5-10 6-3 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-5 5-11 WT 175 185 200 206 205 185 185 190 190 210 220 170 200 175 200 225 220 200 210 225 235 212 236 265 200 238 198 220 210 229 200 185 220 200 255 188 175 220 185 200 210 192 246 220 203 220 220 175 235 200 190 200 185 204 196 170 197 200 175 192 191 235 230 240 190 219 200 YR Fr. Jr.* Sr.* Fr.* Fr.* So. Fr. So. So. So.* Fr.* Fr. Jr.* Fr. So.* Fr.* Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr.* So.* Fr. So.* So. Jr.* Jr. Sr. Fr. So.* So. So.* Sr.* Jr.* Fr. So. Fr.* Fr. Fr. So.* Sr. Jr. So. Fr.* Fr. Sr.* Jr.* So. Fr. Sr.* So.* Jr.* Fr. Jr.* So.* Fr. Fr. Fr.* Sr.* Fr. Jr.* Fr. Jr.* Sr. So.* Fr. Fr. Fr.* EXP HS 2L 3L RS RS 1L HS 1L 1L 1L RS HS 2L HS SQ RS HS HS 1L RS RS HS 1L 1L 2L TR 1L HS HS HS 1L 1L 1L HS 1L RS HS HS SQ 3L 2L 1L RS HS 3L 1L JC HS 1L HS SQ HS 1L SQ HS HS RS 2L HS SQ HS HS 3L SQ HS HS RS HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOLS) Inglewood, CA (St. John Bosco HS) Dallas, TX (Skyline HS) Chandler, AZ (Chandler HS) The Woodlands, TX (The Woodlands HS) Greensboro, NC (Northern Guilford HS) Long Beach, CA (Long Beach Poly HS) Pomona, CA (Upland HS) Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Eagle’s Landing Christian HS/Union Grove HS) Fresno, CA (Central East HS) Hyattsville, MD (DeMatha Catholic HS) San Jose, CA (Archbishop Mitty HS) Encino, CA (Crespi HS) Denver, CO (Mullen HS) Roanoke, AL (Lakes HS) Steamboat Springs, CO (Steamboat Springs HS) Ventura, CA (St. Bonaventure HS) Concord, CA (De La Salle HS) Danville, CA (San Ramon Valley HS) Vallejo, CA (Laney College/Bethel HS) Gardena, CA (Junipero Serra HS) Berkeley, CA (Berkeley HS) Lakewood, CA (Lakewood HS) Frederick, MD (Governor Thomas Johnson HS) Worcester, MA (St. John’s HS) Lake Forest, CA (El Toro HS) Stamford, CT (Penn State/Stamford HS) Carson, CA (Golden West College/Los Alamitos HS/Carson HS) Granite Bay, CA (Granite Bay HS) Los Angeles, CA (Loyola HS) Newport Beach, CA (Newport Harbor HS) Dallas, TX (Skyline HS) Greensboro, NC (Buffalo/Grimsley HS) Mission Viejo, CA (Mission Viejo HS) Fruit Cove, FL (Bartram Trail HS) Portland, OR (Central Catholic HS) Garden Grove, CA (Pacifica HS) Scotts Valley, CA (Scotts Valley HS) Salem, OR (South Salem HS) Eugene, OR (Sheldon HS/South Eugene HS) Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood HS) Greensboro, NC (Northern Guilford HS/Grimsley HS) Vista, CA (Vista HS) Plano, TX (Plano West HS) Portland, OR (Wilson HS) Houston, TX (Klein Forest HS) San Francisco, CA (Sacred Heart Cathedral HS) El Sobrante, CA (Contra Costa College/Pinole Valley HS) Danville, CA (San Ramon Valley HS) Sunset Beach, HI (Oregon State/Mission Viejo HS/Kahuku HS) Fremont, CA (Mission San Jose HS/St. Mary’s College HS) San Diego, CA (Westview HS) Livermore, CA (Livermore HS) Lafayette, CA (De La Salle HS) Alturas, CA (Modoc HS) Chandler, AZ (Blue Ridge HS/Valley Christian HS) Stevenson Ranch, CA (West Ranch HS/Golden Valley HS) Houston, TX (Lamar HS) San Francisco, CA (Burton HS) Santa Cruz, CA (Santa Cruz HS) Compton, CA (Lynwood HS) Moraga, CA (Campolindo HS) Davis, CA (Davis HS) San Mateo, CA (Junipero Serra HS) Bakersfield, CA (Frontier HS) Moraga, CA (Campolindo HS) Moraga, CA (Miramonte HS) Houston, TX (Lamar HS/Westbury Christian HS)

Alphabetical
NO NAME 58 35 21 9 36 89 2 41 27 8 19 5 6 81 28 68 41 16 22 46 36 43 54 74 91 83 30 71 13 24 82 7 27 31 30 19 33 59 11 13 61 65 70 9 44 85 87 6 3 23 7 31 34 3 90 7 56 14 99 10 8 26 Chris Adcock Ted Agu Keenan Allen C.J. Anderson Ross Anderson Stephen Anderson Marc Anthony Todd Barr Mitchel Bartolo Michael Barton Noah Beito Brendan Bigelow Kyle Boehm Ross Bostock Jackson Bouza Mark Brazinski Spencer Briare Allan Bridgford Nathan Broussard Brett Buchanan Benjamin Calder Dan Camporeale Austin Clark Matt Cochran Deandre Coleman Idarre Coles Jeffrey Coprich Alejandro Crosthwaite Vincenzo D’Amato Antione Davis Jake Davis Cedric Dozier Damariay Drew Tyré Ellison Darren Ervin Maximo Espitia Dan Fadelli Brian Farley Nick Forbes Khairi Fortt Donovan Frazer Dominic Galas Geoffrey Gibson Jason Gibson Lucus Gingold James Grisom Spencer Hagan Chris Harper Maurice Harris Josh Hill Austin Hinder Jonah Hodges J.P. Hurrell Kameron Jackson Mustafa Jalil Jalen Jefferson Keni Kaufusi Brendan Keeney Gabe King Lucas King Zach Kline Kameron Krebs POS OL LB WR TB WR WR DB DL TB LB PK TB QB WR WR OL TE QB LB TE PK LB DL OL DL WR DB OL PK DL TE DB DB DB TB TE DB OL LB LB OL OL OL LB FB WR TE WR WR DB QB TB LB DB DL LB DL QB DL LB QB FB

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

37 39 40 40 41 41 43 44 44 45 46 47 48 50 54 55 56 57 58 59 61 64 65 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 83 84 85 86 86 87 88 89 90 91 93 96 98 99

Robert Mullins Nathan Phillip Chris McCain Steffan Mos Todd Barr Spencer Briare Dan Camporeale Lucus Gingold David Wilkerson James Langford Brett Buchanan Hardy Nickerson Eric Stevens Aaron Tipoti Austin Clark Viliami Moala Keni Kaufusi Brian Schwenke Chris Adcock Brian Farley Donovan Frazer Steven Moore Dominic Galas Mark Brazinski John Sheperdson Geoffrey Gibson Alejandro Crosthwaite Matt Williams Jordan Rigsbee Matt Cochran Puka Lopa Matt Summers-Gavin Christian Okafor Tyler Rigsbee Freddie Tagaloa Bill Tyndall Harrison Wilfley Ross Bostock Jake Davis Idarre Coles Cary Kriegsman Jacob Wark James Grisom Brandon Madueño Bryce McGovern Spencer Hagan Kaulin Krebs Stephen Anderson Mustafa Jalil Deandre Coleman Duke Moran Kendrick Payne Bradley Northnagel Gabe King

LB TE LB P DL TE LB FB LB PK TE LB FB DL DL DL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL LS OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL TE WR TE WR LS TE WR LS WR TE WR WR DL DL LS DL DL DL

6-0 6-2 6-6 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-7 6-3 6-6 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-6 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-6 6-5 6-8 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-4 6-0 5-10 6-4 5-11 6-0 5-10 6-5 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-5

225 240 225 207 275 230 247 237 230 200 225 225 242 280 275 335 280 300 300 291 285 280 290 300 220 315 300 300 306 345 230 300 310 290 340 285 255 202 220 170 195 255 180 243 200 235 188 210 280 309 215 283 225 293

Sr.* Jr.* So. Jr. Fr.* Fr. Jr.* Jr. So.* Jr. So.* Fr. Sr.* Sr.* Jr.* So. Jr.* Sr. So.* Fr.* Jr. Fr. Sr.* Jr.* So. So.* So.* Jr.* Fr.* Fr. Fr.* Sr.* Fr. Sr.* Fr. Jr.* Jr. Sr.* Jr. So.* So.* So.* So.* Jr.* So. Jr.* Sr.* Fr.* So. Jr.* Fr. Sr.* Fr. So.*

3L RS 1L JC RS HS 2L JC 1L TR RS HS 3L 3L 2L 1L SQ 3L 1L RS JC HS 3L 2L 1L SQ SQ RS RS HS RS 3L HS 2L HS 1L JC 1L JC HS SQ 1L HS SQ 1L 2L SQ RS 1L 2L HS 3L HS SQ

Los Angeles, CA (Dorsey HS) Oakland, CA (City College of San Francisco/Bishop O’Dowd HS) Greensboro, NC (Oakridge Military Academy/Northern Guilford HS) San Diego, CA (Grossmont College/Clairemont HS) Lakewood, CA (Lakewood HS) Granite Bay, CA (Granite Bay HS) Lafayette, CA (Acalanes HS) Clovis, CA (Reedley College/San Diego/Buchanan HS) Danville, CA (Monte Vista HS) Pleasanton, CA (Cal Poly/Foothill HS) Encinitas, CA (San Diego/Sante Fe Christian HS) Oakland, CA (Bishop O’Dowd HS) San Pedro, CA (Peninsula HS) Honolulu, HI (Word of Life Academy) Tampa, FL (Plant HS) Sacramento, CA (Grant HS) Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood HS) Oceanside, CA (Oceanside HS) Rowlett, TX (Dallas Christian HS) San Diego, CA (Patrick Henry HS) Martinez, CA (Laney College/Alhambra HS) Elk Grove, CA (Elk Grove HS) Modesto, CA (Central Catholic HS) Basking Ridge, NJ (Immaculata HS) Danville, CA (San Ramon Valley HS) Las Vegas, NV (Bishop Gorman HS) Rosarito Beach, Mexico (Cathedral Catholic HS) Liverpool, England (North Dakota State College of Science/Proctor Academy) Chico, CA (Pleasant Valley HS) Atwater, CA (Buhach Colony HS) Sacramento, CA (Grant HS) San Francisco, CA (St. Ignatius HS) Houston, TX (Westbury HS) Chico, CA (Pleasant Valley HS) Richmond, CA (Salesian HS) Pacific Grove, CA (Monterey Peninsula College/Pacific Grove HS) Sacramento, CA (American River College/Casa Roble HS) Sebastopol, CA (Analy HS) King City, CA (Monterey Peninsula College/King City HS) Visalia, CA (Redwood HS) Pacific Palisades, CA (Loyola HS) Tualatin, OR (Jesuit HS) Lynwood, CA (Lynwood HS) West Covina, CA (Damien HS) Danville, CA (Monte Vista HS) Sacramento, CA (Capital Christian HS) Sunset Beach, HI (Oregon State/Kahuku HS) San Jose, CA (Piedmont Hills HS) San Diego, CA (Cathedral Catholic HS) Seattle, WA (Garfield HS) Menlo Park, CA (Sacred Heart Prep HS) Houston, TX (Klein Forest HS) San Carlos, CA (Junipero Serra HS) Burlington, NC (South Eugene HS/Aiken HS)

88 83 45 20 2 4 15 16 6 75 5 86 22 13 28 15 40 21 86 55 33 64 93 29 40 37 47 98 76 26 96 39 35 10 73 77 11 32 17 57 4 69 14 20 48 75 78 50 1 79 84 14 80 44 72 1 18 25 23

Kaulin Krebs Cary Kriegsman James Langford Isaac Lapite Daniel Lasco Kenny Lawler Adrian Lee Cole Leininger Alex Logan Puka Lopa Michael Lowe Brandon Madueño Joey Mahalic Mike Manuel Matt Mayes Zach Maynard Chris McCain Stefan McClure Bryce McGovern Viliami Moala Tanner Mohr Steven Moore Duke Moran Jordan Morgan Steffan Mos Robert Mullins Hardy Nickerson Bradley Northnagel Christian Okafor Ikem Okwudiafor Kendrick Payne Nathan Phillip Griffin Piatt Darius Powe Jordan Rigsbee Tyler Rigsbee Richard Rodgers Vachel Samuels Brennan Scarlett Brian Schwenke Avery Sebastian John Sheperdson Chad Smith Isi Sofele Eric Stevens Matt Summers-Gavin Freddie Tagaloa Aaron Tipoti Bryce Treggs Bill Tyndall Jacob Wark Cecil Whiteside Harrison Wilfley David Wilkerson Matt Williams Steve Williams Joel Willis Patrick Worstell Dasarte Yarnway

WR LS PK DB TB WR DB P DB DL DB LS QB TB DB QB LB DB WR DL FB OL LS DB P LB LB DL OL DB DL TE WR WR OL OL TE DB LB OL DB LS P TB FB OL OL DL WR OL TE LB TE LB OL DB WR WR FB

*has utilized redshirt season prior to 2012

Coaching Staff
HEAD COACH: Jeff Tedford (f), 11th Season (Fresno State, 1983) OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/OFFENSIVE LINE: Jim Michalczik (f), 9th Season (Washington State, 1988) DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR: Clancy Pendergast (f), 3rd Season (Arizona, 1990) DEFENSIVE BACKS: Ashley Ambrose (f), 2nd Season (Mississippi Valley State, 1992) PASS GAME COORDINATOR/QUARTERBACKS: Marcus Arroyo (b), 2nd Season (San Jose State, 2003) WIDE RECEIVERS: Wes Chandler (f), 1st Season (Florida, 1978) SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR/TIGHT ENDS: Jeff Genyk (f), 3rd Season (Bowling Green State, 1982) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH/RUN GAME COORDINATOR: Ron Gould (f), 16th Season (Oregon, 1988) DEFENSIVE LINE: Todd Howard (f), 1st Season (Texas A&M, 1991) ASSOC. HEAD COACH/RECRUITING COORD./LBs: Kenwick Thompson (f), 6th Season (Harding, 1991) HEAD STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH: Mike Blasquez (f), Cal – 10th Season; Football – 2nd Season (Cal State Hayward, 1991) DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS: Mike McHugh (b), 10th Season (Findlay, Ohio, 1983) (b) Booth; (f) Field

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

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2012 Cal Football Two-Deep
Offense
WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB 21 6 77 78 73 71 57 58 58 70 75 79 11 84 1 10 15 16 48 26 Keenan Allen (6-3, 210, Jr.) Chris Harper (6-0, 170, Fr.) Tyler Rigsbee (6-5, 290, Sr.*) Freddie Tagaloa (6-8, 340, Fr.) Jordan Rigsbee (6-4, 306, Fr.*) Alejandro Crosthwaite (6-4, 300, So.*) Brian Schwenke (6-4, 300, Sr.) Chris Adcock (6-3, 300, So.*) Chris Adcock (6-3, 300, So.*) Geoffrey Gibson (6-3, 315, So.*) Matt Summers-Gavin (6-4, 300, Sr.*) Bill Tyndall (6-4, 285, Jr.*) Richard Rodgers (6-4, 265, So.) Jacob Wark (6-4, 255, So.*) Bryce Treggs (5-11, 175, Fr.) Darius Powe (6-3, 212, Fr.) Zach Maynard (6-2, 185, Sr.*) Allan Bridgford (6-3, 220, Jr.*) Eric Stevens (6-0, 242, Sr.*) Kameron Krebs (6-1, 235, Sr.*) Isi Sofele (5-8, 200, Sr.) C.J. Anderson (5-11, 210, Sr.) DE NG DE 96 41 50 55 91 41

(November 2 vs. Washington)

Defense
Kendrick Payne (6-2, 280, Sr.*) Todd Barr (6-3, 275, Fr.*) Aaron Tipoti (6-2, 280, Sr.*) Viliami Moala (6-2, 335, So.) Deandre Coleman (6-5, 309, Jr.*) Todd Barr (6-3, 275, Fr.*) Chris McCain (6-6, 225, So.) Dan Camporeale (6-3, 247, Jr.*) Nick Forbes (6-1, 236, So.*) Robert Mullins (6-0, 225, Sr.*) Jalen Jefferson (6-2, 225, Fr.*) J.P. Hurrell (5-11, 230, Sr.) Brennan Scarlett (6-4, 255, So.) Nathan Broussard (6-3, 246, Fr.*) Marc Anthony (6-0, 200, Sr.*) Kameron Jackson (5-9, 185, So.) Josh Hill (5-10, 203, Sr.*) Michael Lowe (5-11, 210, So.*) Michael Lowe (5-11, 210, So.*) Avery Sebastian (5-10, 190, So.) Steve Williams (5-10, 185, Jr.*) Kameron Jackson (5-9, 185, So.)

Pronunciations
NO 35 27 19 5 6 81 28 68 41 43 83 13 27 31 19 33 13 65 44 85 34 90 7 56 88 83 20 16 75 86 22 21 55 NAME PRONUNCIATION PLAYERS Ted AGU uh-GOO Mitchel BARTOLO bar-TOW-low Noah BEITO BAY-toe Brendan BIGELOW BIG-uh-low Kyle BOEHM baim Ross BOSTOCK bah-STOCK Jackson BOUZA BOOZE-uh Mark BRAZINSKI bruh-ZIN-ski Spencer BRIARE br-ERE Dan CAMPOREALE campo-REL-ee IDARRE Coles ih-DAR-ree VINCENZO D’AMATO vin-CHEN-zo duh-MAHT-oh DAMARIAY Drew duh-MAR-ee-ay TYRÉ Ellison tie-REE MAXIMO ESPITIA MAX-imo uh-SPEETH-ee-uh Dan FADELLI fuh-DELL-ee KHAIRI FORTT ky-REE fort Dominic GALAS GAL-us LUCUS GINGOLD lucas GHIN-gold James GRISOM GRISS-um J.P. HURRELL HUH-rell Mustafa JALIL juh-LEAL JALEN Jefferson JAY-len KENI KAUFUSI kenny kuh-FOO-see KAULIN Krebs colin Cary KRIEGSMAN KREEGS-min Isaac LAPITE LA-pee-tay Cole LEININGER lining-GUR PUKA LOPA POO-kuh LOW-puh Brandon MADUEÑO ma-DWAYNE-yo Joey MAHALIC muh-HAL-ick STEFAN McClure STEPH-un VILIAMI MOALA VILLY-ah-mee moe-ALL-uh Tanner MOHR moore Duke MORAN MOORE-ann STEFFAN MOS STEPH-un moss Christian OKAFOR OAK-uh-for IKEM OKWUDIAFOR EE-kem o-COO-dee-a-for Griffin PIATT PIE-ut Darius POWE pow VACHEL Samuels VACH-el Brian SCHWENKE SHWANK-ee ISI SOFELE EE-see so-FELL-ay Aaron TIPOTI tuh-PO-tee Patrick WORSTELL WORE-stell DASARTE Yarnway duh-SAR-tay COACHES Mike BLASQUEZ BLAS-kez Jeff GENYK jenn-ICK Jim MICHALCZIK muh-hall-CHECK

OLB 40 43 ILB ILB 11 37 7 34

OLB 17 22 CB S S CB 2 3 23 5 5 4 1 3

TB 20 - or - 9

Specialists
P 16 40 Cole Leininger (6-1, 200, Fr.) Steffan Mos (6-0, 207, So.) Vincenzo D’Amato (6-1, 200, Jr.*) John Sheperdson (6-3, 220, So.) Brandon Madueño (6-0, 243, Jr.*) Jackson Bouza (6-0, 185, Jr.*) Steffan Mos (6-0, 207, So.) PR KR -&21 1 5 13 2 Keenan Allen (6-3, 210, Jr.) Bryce Treggs (5-11, 175, Fr.) Brendan Bigelow (5-10, 190, So.) Mike Manuel (5-9, 198, Sr.) Daniel Lasco (6-1, 206, Fr.*) PK/KO 13 SNAP 69 86 HLD 28 40

33 93 40 76 26 35 10 32 57 20 50 25 23

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

California-Washington: Last Time, Series History and Notes
September 24, 2011 • TV: FSN/CSN Bay Area • Attendance: 60,437
SEATTLE – Despite garnering the longest pass play in school history, California lost its first game of the season to Washington, 31-23. Zach Maynard found Keenan Allen wide open on a busted coverage running straight down the hash marks early in the first quarter. Allen broke an attempted tackle and tumbled into the end zone for a 90-yard touchdown to give Cal an early 7-0 lead. The scoring toss was the longest reception in school history. Down 31-23, on the game’s final drive, Maynard converted on three straight third downs to move Cal into Washington territory. Maynard connected with Allen for 19 yards down to the Washington 2-yard line. An incompletion and a pair of runs left Cal facing fourth down from the 2-yard line. Maynard’s fourth-down pass for Allen sailed high and out of the end zone. After a 29-yard field goal by Giorgio Tavecchio, Keith Price connected with Kevin Smith for 12 yards on a long third down. Five plays later, Price connected for a 20-yard touchdown strike to take a 21-10 lead. Tavecchio connected from 36-yards out to pull within eight and California got the ball right back after Price fumbled on the first play of Washington’s next drive. Maynard completed passes of 17 yards to Allen and 15 yards to Covaughn DeBoskie-Johnson to get inside the Washington 5-yard line.

at Washington 52, California 23

Washington leads series, 49-38-4
11/24/04 11/6/15 11/13/15 11/18/16 11/30/16 11/3/17 11/27/19 11/12/21 11/11/22 11/17/23 11/8/24 11/14/25 11/6/26 11/12/27 11/10/28 11/16/29 11/25/30 11/7/31 10/22/32 11/11/33 10/27/34 11/9/35 10/24/36 11/6/37 10/22/38 11/11/39 10/26/40 11/8/41 10/24/42 10/28/44 10/6/45 10/26/46 11/8/47 10/23/48 10/22/49 11/4/50 11/10/51 11/8/52 11/7/53 11/6/54 11/5/55 10/27/56
11/16/57 11/15/58

Series History
A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A
H A 11/14/59 11/12/60 10/14/61 11/10/62 11/9/63 11/7/64 10/16/65 10/15/66 10/28/67 11/2/68 11/11/69 10/10/70 11/6/71 10/28/72 10/6/73 11/9/74 11/8/75 11/6/76 11/5/77 11/3/79 10/10/81 10/9/82 11/3/84 10/12/85 10/4/86 11/12/88 10/21/89 10/27/90 10/19/91 10/10/92 10/9/93 11/12/94 10/11/97 10/17/98 10/23/99 10/21/00 9/29/01 10/5/02 11/15/03 11/13/04 9/10/05 10/21/06 11/17/07 12/6/08 12/5/09 11/27/10 9/24/11

Score by Quarters
Cal Washington

7 14

1

13 7

2

3

3 3

4

0 7

OT
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Score

23 31

SCORING SUMMARY
Qtr 1st Time 10:00 8:39 3:30 2nd 12:57 8:51 5:13 1:20 3rd 7:51 2:06 4th 12:13 Scoring Play Cal – Allen 90 yd pass from Maynard (Tavecchio kick) 4-91 2:00 Wash – Seferian 20 yd pass from Price (Folk kick) 3-66 1:12 Wash – Polk 2 yd run (Folk kick) 8-65 3:54 Cal – Tavecchio 29 yd field goal 13-68 5:26 Wash – Seferian 20 yd pass from Price (Folk kick) 9-78 3:59 Cal – Tavecchio 36 yd field goal, 10-53 3:30 Cal – Anderson 1 yd run (Tavecchio kick) 8-43 3:31 Cal – Tavecchio 25 yd field goal 13-80 7:03 Wash – Folk 40 yd field goal 11-21 5:35 Wash – Polk 70 yd pass from Price (Folk kick) 5-80 2:47 V-H 7-0 7-7 7-14 10-14 10-21 13-21 20-21 23-21 23-24 23-31

TEAM STATISTICS
Cal Wash FIRST DOWNS ...................................................................24 ....................................................... 21 NET YARDS RUSHING .....................................................108 ......................................................117 NET YARDS PASSING......................................................349 ..................................................... 292 Completions-Attempts-Int ........................................... 23-43-0 ...............................................19-25-0 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS ................................................457 ..................................................... 409 Total Offense Plays..............................................................76 ....................................................... 59 Average Gain Per Play .......................................................6.0 ...................................................... 6.9 Fumbles: Number Lost .......................................................3-0 ...................................................... 2-2 Penalties: Number-Yards..................................................7-62 .................................................... 7-75 PUNTS-YARDS ..............................................................3-149 .................................................... 2-78 Average Yards Per Punt ...................................................49.7 .................................................... 39.0 KICKOFFS-YARDS ........................................................6-378 .................................................. 6-403 Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD ................................... 0-0-0 .................................................2-15-0 Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD .............................. 5-93-0 ...............................................5-143-0 Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD .................................... 0-0-0 ...................................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD ............................... 0-0-0 ...................................................0-0-0 Miscellaneous Yards ..............................................................0 ......................................................... 0 Possession Time ............................................................32:21 .................................................. 27:39 Third-Down Conversions ..............................................7 of 17 .................................................6 of 11 Fourth-Down Conversions ..............................................2 of 4 .................................................. 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ................................................4-5 ...................................................... 4-4 Touchdowns........................................................................1-5 ...................................................... 3-4 Field Goals .........................................................................3-5 ...................................................... 1-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards .................................................2-10 ...................................................... 1-7 PAT Kicks............................................................................2-2 ...................................................... 4-4 Field Goals .........................................................................3-3 ...................................................... 1-2

T L L L L W L W W W T L L L W W L W W W L W L T W L L L W L W L W W W W W L W W W W
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6-6 0-72 7-13 3-13 7-14 27-0 0-7 72-3 45-7 9-0 7-7 0-7 7-13 0-6 6-0 7-0 0-13 13-0 7-6 33-0 7-13 14-0 0-13 0-0 14-7 6-13 6-7 6-13 19-6 7-33 27-14 6-20 13-7 21-0 21-7 14-7 37-28 7-22 53-25 27-6 20-6 16-7
27-35 12-7

L L W L L L W W L T W W L L W W W W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W W W W W L W L L L

0-20 7-27 21-14 0-27 26-39 16-21 16-12 24-20 6-23 7-7 44-13 31-28 7-30 21-35 54-49 52-26 27-24 7-0 31-50 24-28 26-27 7-50 14-44 12-28 18-50 27-28 16-29 7-46 17-24 16-35 23-24 19-31 3-30 13-21 27-31 24-36 28-31 34-27 54-7 42-12 56-17 31-24 (ot) 23-37 48-7 10-42 13-16 23-31

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H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H H A A H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A A H A H A

Points for Cal – 1,688 Points for UW – 1,761 Most Points, Cal – 72 (1921) Most Points, UW – 72 (1915) Largest Margin, Cal – 69 (1921) Largest Margin, UW – 72 (1915) Longest Win Streak, Cal – 5 (1947-51, 2002-06) Longest Win Streak, UW – 19 (1977-2001) Current Win Streak – UW, 3 (2009-11)

SERIES NOTES

• The last two meetings between Cal and Washington were not decided until the final

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Cal Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Sofele (17-98-0), Allen (2-20-0), Anderson (7-9-1) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Maynard (23-43-0-349-1) Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Allen (10-197-1), Jones (6-79-0), Sofele (2-29-0) Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Kendricks (14, FR), Cattouse (7, FR), Holt (6, TFL (-2) Wash Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Polk (20-60-1), Price (7-21-0), Sankey (2-16-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Price (19-25-0-292-3) Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Polk (4-85-1), Seferian (4-54-2), Kearse (3-23-0)

moments of the game. In 2010, Washington scored on a goaline plunge on the final play of the game, and in 2011, Washington held Cal off four times from the two-yard line with Bears driving for a game-tying touchdown in the waning moments

• In 2002, Jeff Tedford’s first year as head coach at Cal, the Bears snapped a 19-game

losing streaking against the Huskies with a 34-27 win in Seattle. It was the start of a five-game winning streak for Cal over Washington.

Washington nickelback Shaq Thompson’s older brother, Syd’Quan, played at Cal from 2006-09 and played with the Denver Broncos in the NFL.

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Active Players in Cal Record Book
Total Offense – Career
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Troy Taylor (1986-89) ..............................................................................................8236 Kyle Boller (1999-2002) ........................................................................................... 7811 Pat Barnes (1993-96) ..............................................................................................7001 Rich Campbell (1977-80) .........................................................................................6799 Nate Longshore (2005-08) ......................................................................................6599 Kevin Riley (2006-10) ..............................................................................................6136 Dave Barr (1991-94) ................................................................................................5920 Aaron Rodgers (2003-04) ........................................................................................5805 Gale Gilbert (1980-84) .............................................................................................5788 Zach Maynard (2011-Present) ...............................................................................5189

Passing Yards – Season
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Total Offense – Season
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Pat Barnes (1996) ...................................................................................................3499 Nate Longshore (2006) ............................................................................................3021 Zach Maynard (2011) .............................................................................................2990 Aaron Rodgers (2003) .............................................................................................2903 Kevin Riley (2009) ...................................................................................................2850 Kyle Boller (2002) ....................................................................................................2815 Gale Gilbert (1983) ..................................................................................................2769 Troy Taylor (1989) ....................................................................................................2738 Justin Vedder (1997) ...............................................................................................2718 Pat Barnes (1995) ...................................................................................................2685 Zach Maynard (2012) .............................................................................................2039

Pat Barnes (1996) ...................................................................................................3416 Aaron Rodgers (2003) .............................................................................................3133 Zach Maynard (2011) .............................................................................................3098 Nate Longshore (2006) ............................................................................................2969 Kevin Riley (2009) ...................................................................................................2901 Troy Taylor (1989) ....................................................................................................2784 Justin Vedder (1997) ...............................................................................................2743 Kyle Boller (2002) ....................................................................................................2732 Aaron Rodgers (2004) .............................................................................................2692 Troy Taylor (1988) ....................................................................................................2552 Zach Maynard (2012) .............................................................................................2091

Passing TDs – Career
1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rushing Yards – Career
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kyle Boller (1999-2002) ...............................................................................................64 Pat Barnes (1993-96) ..................................................................................................54 Nate Longshore (2005-08) ..........................................................................................51 Troy Taylor (1986-89) ..................................................................................................51 Kevin Riley (2006-10) ..................................................................................................50 Dave Barr (1992-94) ....................................................................................................48 Aaron Rodgers (2003-04) ............................................................................................43 Mike Pawlawski (1988-91) ...........................................................................................40 Craig Morton (1962-64) ...............................................................................................36 Rich Campbell (1977-80) .............................................................................................35 Zach Maynard (2011-Present) ...................................................................................29

Russell White (1990-92) ..........................................................................................3367 Marshawn Lynch (2004-06) .....................................................................................3230 Justin Forsett (2004-07) ..........................................................................................3220 Joe Igber (1999-2002) .............................................................................................3124 Chuck Muncie (1973-75) .........................................................................................3052 Paul Jones (1975, ‘77-79) .......................................................................................2930 Shane Vereen (2008-10) .........................................................................................2834 Jahvid Best (2007-09) .............................................................................................2668 J.J. Arrington (2003-04) ...........................................................................................2625 John Olszewski (1950-52) .......................................................................................2504 Isi Sofele (2009-Present) .......................................................................................2219

Passing TDs – Season
1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 5. 7. 8. 8. 9. 9.

Rushing Yards – Season
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Pat Barnes (1996) .......................................................................................................31 Kyle Boller (2002) ........................................................................................................28 Aaron Rodgers (2004) .................................................................................................24 Nate Longshore (2006) ................................................................................................24 Dave Barr (1993) .........................................................................................................21 Mike Pawlawski (1991) ................................................................................................21 Justin Vedder (1997) ...................................................................................................20 Dave Barr (1992) .........................................................................................................19 Aaron Rodgers (2003) .................................................................................................19 Kevin Riley (2009) .......................................................................................................18 Troy Taylor (1987) ........................................................................................................18 Zach Maynard (2011) .................................................................................................17

J.J. Arrington (2004) ................................................................................................2018 Jahvid Best (2008) ...................................................................................................1580 Justin Forsett (2007) ................................................................................................1546 Chuck Muncie (1975) ..............................................................................................1460 Marshawn Lynch (2006) ..........................................................................................1356 Isi Sofele (2011) ......................................................................................................1322

250-Yard Passing Games – Career
1. 2. 4. 5. 5. 7. 7. 9. 9. 9.

Rushing Touchdowns – Career
1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 10.

Russell White (1990-92 ...............................................................................................35 Chuck Muncie (1973-75) .............................................................................................32 Shane Vereen (2008-10) .............................................................................................29 Jahvid Best (2007-09) .................................................................................................29 Marshawn Lynch (2004-06) .........................................................................................29 Justin Forsett (2004-07) ..............................................................................................26 Paul Jones (1975, ‘77-79) ...........................................................................................22 Lindsey Champman (1991-93) ....................................................................................22 J.J. Arrington (2003-04) ...............................................................................................20 Joe Igber (1999-02) .....................................................................................................16 John Tuggle (1979-82) ................................................................................................16 Isi Sofele (2009-Present) ...........................................................................................13 C.J. Anderson (2011-Present) ...................................................................................12

Pat Barnes (1993-96) ..................................................................................................14 Rich Campbell (1978-80) .............................................................................................13 Troy Taylor (1986-89) ..................................................................................................13 Dave Barr (1991-94) ....................................................................................................12 Gale Gilbert (1980-84) .................................................................................................10 Aaron Rodgers (2003-04) ............................................................................................10 Nate Longshore (2005-08) ............................................................................................9 Justin Vedder (1997-98) ................................................................................................9 Zach Maynard (2011-Present) .....................................................................................8 Kevin Riley (2006-10) ....................................................................................................8 Kyle Boller (1999-2002) .................................................................................................8

Passer Efficiency – Career
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

100-Yard Rushing Games – Career
1. 2. 2. 2. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10.

Aaron Rodgers (2003-04) .......................................................................................150.3 Dave Barr (1992-94) ...............................................................................................142.6 Pat Barnes (1993-96) .............................................................................................136.2 Rich Campbell (1978-80) ........................................................................................132.7 Mike Pawlawski (1988-91) ......................................................................................132.0 Nate Longshore (2005-08) .....................................................................................131.8 Kevin Riley (2007-10) .............................................................................................131.6 Zach Maynard (2011-Present) ..............................................................................129.8

Marshawn Lynch (2004-06) .........................................................................................17 Chuck Muncie (1973-75) .............................................................................................15 Russell White (1990-92) ..............................................................................................15 Justin Forsett (2004-07) ..............................................................................................15 J.J. Arrington (2003-04) ...............................................................................................14 Jahvid Best (2007-09) .................................................................................................13 Shane Vereen (2008-10) ............................................................................................. 11 John Olszewski (1950-52) ...........................................................................................10 Joe Igber (1999-2002) .................................................................................................10 Isi Sofele (2009-Present) ............................................................................................7

Receptions – Career
1.

Keenan Allen (2010-Present) ..................................................................................205

Receptions – Season
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Passing Yards – Career
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Troy Taylor (1986-89) ..............................................................................................8126 Kyle Boller (1999-2002) ...........................................................................................7980 Pat Barnes (1993-96) ..............................................................................................7360 Rich Campbell (1977-80) .........................................................................................7174 Nate Longshore (2005-08) ......................................................................................6783 Gale Gilbert (1980-84) .............................................................................................6566 Dave Barr (1992-94) ................................................................................................6305 Kevin Riley (2006-10) ..............................................................................................6182 Aaron Rodgers (2003-04) ........................................................................................5469 Mike Pawlawski (1988-91) .......................................................................................5182 Zach Maynard (2011-Present) ...............................................................................5029

8. 9. 10.

Dameane Douglas (1998) .........................................................................................100 Keenan Allen (2011) ...................................................................................................98 Geoff McArthur (2003) .................................................................................................85 Bobby Shaw (1997) .....................................................................................................75 Lavelle Hawkins (2007) ...............................................................................................72 DeSean Jackson (2007) ..............................................................................................65 Sean Dawkins (1992) ..................................................................................................65 Marvin Jones (2011) ....................................................................................................62 Keenan Allen (2012)...................................................................................................61 DeSean Jackson (2006) ..............................................................................................59

Receptions – Game
1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3.

Geoff McArthur at Stanford, Nov. 22, 2003 ................................................................16 Dameane Douglas at Oregon State, Oct. 31, 1998 ....................................................15 Keenan Allen vs. USC, Oct. 13, 2011.......................................................................13 Dameane Douglas vs. Stanford, Nov. 21, 1998 .........................................................13 Dameane Douglas at USC, Oct. 10, 1998..................................................................13 Iheanyi Uwaezuoke at Washington, Nov. 12, 1994 ....................................................13 Jack Schraub vs. Illinois, Sept. 28, 1964 ....................................................................13

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Receiving Yards – Season
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Geoff McArthur (2003) .............................................................................................1504 Keenan Allen (2011) ...............................................................................................1343 Dameane Douglas (1998) ....................................................................................... 1150 Bobby Shaw (1997) .................................................................................................1093 Sean Dawkins (1992) ..............................................................................................1070 DeSean Jackson (2006) ..........................................................................................1060 Mike Caldwell (1993) .................................................................................................962 Steve Rivera (1974) ...................................................................................................938 Bobby Shaw (1996) ...................................................................................................888 Lavelle Hawkins (2007) .............................................................................................872 Keenan Allen (2012).................................................................................................737

Pass Breakups – Season
1. 1. 1. 4. 5. 5. 7. 7. 10.

Darian Hagan (2008) ...................................................................................................18 Syd’Quan Thompson (2008)........................................................................................18 Harrison Smith (2004) .................................................................................................18 Jemeel Powell (2000) ..................................................................................................16 John Hardy (1990) .......................................................................................................13 Donnie McCleskey (2003) ...........................................................................................13 Issac Booth (1993) ......................................................................................................12 Daymeion Hughes (2005) ............................................................................................12 Steve Williams (2011) and five others ......................................................................11 Marc Anthony (2011)..................................................................................................10 Steve Williams (2012) ..................................................................................................9

Receiving Yards – Career
1. 2. 3.

Geoff McArthur (2000-04) ........................................................................................3188 Bobby Shaw (1994-97) ............................................................................................2731 Keenan Allen (2010-Present) ................................................................................2570

Pass Breakups – Career
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 6. 9. 10.

Receiving Yards – Game
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Wesley Walker vs. San Jose State, Oct. 2, 1976 ......................................................289 Geoff McArthur at Stanford, Nov. 22, 2003................................................................245 Steve Rivera vs. Stanford, Nov. 23, 1974 ..................................................................205 Bobby Shaw at Houston, Sept. 6, 1997 .....................................................................204 Keenan Allen at Washington, Sept. 24, 2011 .........................................................197

Receiving Touchdowns – Career
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Sean Dawkins (1990-92) ......................................................................................................... 31 Bobby Shaw (1994-97) ............................................................................................................ 27 Wesley Walker (1973-76) ........................................................................................................ 23 DeSean Jackson (2005-07) ..................................................................................................... 22 Steve Sweeney (1970-72) ....................................................................................................... 21 Geoff McArthur (2000-04) ........................................................................................................ 20 Keenan Allen (2010-Present) ................................................................................................ 17

Syd’Quan Thompson (2006-09) ..................................................................................36 Chidi Iwuoma (1997-2000) ..........................................................................................35 Harrison Smith (2002-05) ............................................................................................32 Daymeion Hughes (2003-06) ......................................................................................29 Jemeel Powell (1999-2002) .........................................................................................27 Darian Hagan (2007-10) ..............................................................................................25 Donnie McCleskey (2002-05) ......................................................................................25 John Hardy (2002-05) ..................................................................................................25 Steve Williams (2010-Present) ..................................................................................24 David Wilson (1988-91) ...............................................................................................23 Marc Anthony (2008-Present) ...................................................................................21 Josh Hill (2008-Present) ............................................................................................21

Receiving Touchdowns – Season
1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 5. 7. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8.

Sean Dawkins (1992)............................................................................................................... 14 Steve Sweeney (1972)............................................................................................................. 13 Bobby Shaw (1997).................................................................................................................. 10 Geoff McArthur (2003) ............................................................................................................. 10 Bobby Shaw (1996).................................................................................................................... 9 DeSean Jackson (2006) ............................................................................................................ 9 Cameron Morrah (2008) ............................................................................................................ 8 Jim Hanifan (1954) ..................................................................................................................... 7 Mike Caldwell (1993).................................................................................................................. 7 Jonathan Makonnen (2002)....................................................................................................... 7 Geoff McArthur (2004) ............................................................................................................... 7 DeSean Jackson (2005) ............................................................................................................ 7 Keenan Allen (2012) ................................................................................................................. 6 Keenan Allen (2011) ................................................................................................................. 6

100-Yard Receiving Games – Career
1. 1. 3. 4. 4. 6.

Geoff McArthur (2000-04) ............................................................................................ 11 Bobby Shaw (1994-97) ................................................................................................ 11 DeSean Jackson (2005-07) ...........................................................................................9 Wesley Walker (1973-76) ..............................................................................................8 Dameane Douglas (1995-98) ........................................................................................8 Keenan Allen (2010-Present) ......................................................................................7

Punt Return Average – Career
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

DeSean Jackson (2005-07) ......................................................................................16.7 Jeremy Ross (2007-10) ............................................................................................15.2 Paul Keckley (1946-48) ............................................................................................12.9 Jemeel Powell (1999-2002) ....................................................................................12.70 Tim Mixon (2003-05)...............................................................................................12.68 Jerry Bradley (1964-66) ............................................................................................12.5 Keenan Allen (2010-Present) .................................................................................12.0

Punt Return Average – Season
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

DeSean Jackson (2006) ...........................................................................................18.2 Jemeel Powell (2000) ...............................................................................................18.1 Paul Keckley (1948) .................................................................................................15.3 Tim Mixon (2005) ......................................................................................................14.9 Keenan Allen (2012)................................................................................................14.1

All Purpose Yardage – Career
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Deltha O’Neal (1996-99) ..........................................................................................4998 Russell White (1990-92) ..........................................................................................4943 Marshawn Lynch (2004-06) .....................................................................................4574 Chuck Muncie (1973-75) .........................................................................................4194 Shane Vereen (2008-10) .........................................................................................4069 Jahvid Best (2007-09) .............................................................................................4045 Joe Igber (1999-2002) .............................................................................................3879 Na’il Benjamin (1993-96) .........................................................................................3836 Justin Forsett (2004-07) ..........................................................................................3768 Paul Jones (1975, 77-79) ........................................................................................3726 Keenan Allen (2010-Present) ................................................................................3458

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

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Broadcast Bios – Offense
Complete player biographies including links to career stats and game-by-game stats for each season can be found by clicking on a player’s name on the football roster page at CalBears.com (http://www.calbears.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/cal-m-footbl-mtt.html). Full career stats for all members of the 2012 Cal football team can be found by visiting http://www.calbears.com/sports/m-footbl/stats/2012-2013/histcarr.html. OL – #58 CHRIS ADCOCK (6-3, 300, So.)
TB/RET – #5 BRENDAN BIGELOW (5-10, 190, So.) ... BIG-uh-low

• Has started the first nine games of 2012 at right guard, and picked up his first career tackle against Arizona State

WR – #21 KEENAN ALLEN (6-3, 210, Jr.)

• Became Cal’s all-time receptions leader in his most recent game at Utah and now has 205 catches in his career, while his 2,570 career receiving yards ranks third in school history • Through nine games of 2012 ranks tied for 19th nationally and third in the Pac-12 in receptions per game (6.78), while he is 37th nationally and seventh in the Pac-12 in receiving yards (81.89 rpg). He is also among the 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 (109.78 ypg) • Cal’s leading receiver in 2012 with 61 catches (No. 9 on Cal’s single-season list) for 737 yards and six touchdown catches, along with two more touchdowns on a punt return and a reverse for a total of 48 points to rank 10th in the Pac-12 in scoring (TDs) ... second Bear to have two reception totals on all-time single-season top 10 list (also DeSean Jackson) • Notched his sixth TD reception of the season at Utah among his five catches for 61 yards • Posted season highs of 11 catches and 166 receiving yards with a TD at Washington State • Hauled in two receiving TDs for the first time in his career against UCLA, part of his eight catches for 79 yards • Scored twice against Southern Utah on a receiving touchdown and his first career punt return for a touchdown (69 yards) as part of his five receptions for 69 yards and career-high 94 punt return yards on three returns ... his punt return performance earned him national Punt Returner Performer of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards • Has seven career 100-yard receiving games that ranks sixth all-time at Cal, with a teamleading five of those performances occuring in 2011 • Has caught at least one pass in every game he’s played at Cal (33), which ranks eighth nationally and first in the Pac-12 • Only player in the nation to be nominated twice for the GEICO Play of the Year for his 69yard punt return vs. Southern Utah and 69-yard touchdown reception at Washington State CAREER GAME HIGHS Receptions: 13 (vs. USC, 2011) Receiving Yards: 197 (at Washington, 2011) Receiving TDs: 2 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Long Reception: 90 (at Wahington, 2011) Points: 12 (2x, last vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Rushes: 7 (vs. Washington, 2010) Rushing Yards: 60 (vs. Washington, 2010) Rushing TDs: 1 (2x, last vs. Nevada, 2012) Long Rush: 45 (vs. Washington, 2010) Kick Returns: 6 (at Oregon State, 2010) Kick Return Yards: 120 (vs. Stanford, 2010) Long Kick Return: 61 (vs. Arizona State, 2010) Punt Returns: 3 (2x, last vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Punt Return Yards: 94 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Long Punt Return: 69 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Punt Return TDs: 1 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Receptions: 11 (at Washington State) Receiving Yards: 166 (at Washington State) Receiving TDs: 2 (vs. UCLA) Long Reception: 69 (at Washington State) Points: 12 (vs. Southern Utah) Rushes: 2 (vs. Nevada) Rushing Yards: 35 (vs. Nevada) Rushing TDs: 1 (vs. Nevada) Long Rush: 39 (vs. Nevada) Kick Returns: Kick Return Yards: Long Kick Return: Punt Returns: 3 (2x, last vs. Southern Utah) Punt Return Yards: 94 (vs. Southern Utah) Long Punt Return: 69 (vs. Southern Utah) Punt Return TDs: 1 (vs. Southern Utah) Pass Completions: 1 (3x, last at Ohio State, 2012) Pass Completions: 1 (at Ohio State) Pass Attempts: 1 (3x, last at Ohio State, 2012) Pass Attempts: 1 (at Ohio State) Passing Yards: 27 (at Colorado, 2011) Passing Yards: 8 (at Ohio State) Long Pass: 27 (at Colorado, 2011) Long Pass: 8 (at Ohio State) All Purpose Yards: 217 (at Washington, 2011) All Purpose Yards: 180 (at Washington State) Tackles: 2 (at Nevada, 2010) Tackles: 1 (at Washington State)

• Third on the team in rushing with 343 yards while adding three TDs on 27 carries (12.7 ypr) • Had 160 yards rushing and two TDs on four carries at Ohio State, to become only the second FBS player in last decade with more than 150 yards rushing on five or less carries • Scored twice at Ohio State on runs of 81 and 59 yards, with the 81-yarder the longest run ever by an opponent at Ohio Stadium as well as Cal’s longest run of the year to earn CFPA All Purpose Performer of the Week and honorable mention CFPA Running Back Performer of the Week honors • Became the first Cal rusher since Jahvid Best in 2009 to post three touchdown runs of 50 or more yards when he raced 57 yards for a touchdown at Utah, finishing with 66 yards on two carries • Recorded his first career receiving TD against UCLA on a career-long 32-yard reception, part of his personal-best-tying two receptions • Had 59 yards rushing on a career-high eight rushes at Washington State • Had a career-high 40 yards receiving on a career-high-tying two catches (including a 31-yarder), as well as a season-best four kick returns, 96 kick return yards and a 40-yard kick return vs. Stanford • Ranks tied for 44th in the nation and sixth in the Pac-12 in kick returns (23.53 ypr) CAREER GAME HIGHS Rushes: 8 (at Washington State, 2012) Rushing Yards: 160 (at Ohio State, 2012) Rushing TDs: 2 (2x, last at Ohio State, 2012) Long Rush: 81 (at Ohio State, 2012) Receptions: 2 (2x, last vs. Stanford, 2012) Receiving Yards: 40 (vs. Stanford, 2012) Long Reception: 32 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Kick Returns: 6 (at Oregon, 2011) Kick Return Yards: 111 (vs. Presb., 2011) Long Kick Return: 88TD (vs. Presb., 2011) Points: 12 (at Ohio State, 2012) All Purpose Yards: 234 (at Ohio State, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Rushes: 8 (at Washington State) Rushing Yards: 160 (at Ohio State) Rushing Yards: 2 (2x, last at Ohio State) Long Rush: 81 (at Ohio State) Receptions: 2 (2x, last vs. Stanford) Receiving Yards: 40 (vs. Stanford) Long Reception: 32 (vs. UCLA) Kick Returns: 4 (vs. Stanford) Kick Return Yards: 96 (vs. Stanford) Long Kick Return: 40 (vs. Stanford) Points: 12 (at Ohio State) All Purpose Yards: 234 (at Ohio State)

QB – #16 ALLAN BRIDGFORD (6-3, 220, Jr.)
CAREER GAME HIGHS Completions: 8 (at Oregon, 2011) Attempts: 19 (at Oregon, 2011) Passing Yards: 103 (at Oregon, 2011) Long Pass: 33 (vs. Presbyterian, 2011)

• Got his first career start in the season opener against Nevada, completing 2-of-9 passes for six yards, and appeared for one play against Ohio State 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Completions: 2 (vs. Nevada) Attempts: 9 (vs. Nevada) Passing Yards: 6 (vs. Nevada) Long Pass: 8 (vs. Nevada)

PK – #13 VINCENZO D’AMATO (6-1, 200, Jr.) ... vin-CHEN-zo duh-MAHT-oh

TB – #9 C.J. ANDERSON (5-11, 210, Sr.)

• Leads the team in rushing with 513 yards and ranks 12th in the Pac-12 (57.00 ypg) while adding a team-best four rushing TDs on 82 carries • Has led the team in rushing four times • Fifth on the squad in receiving with 11 receptions for 120 yards and a score • Scored two rushing TDs at Washington State, along with a game-high 112 yards on 15 carries • Garnered a number of career bests against UCLA, including 21 carries, 151 rushing yards (13th-best performance in Pac-12 in 2012) and a career-long 68-yard TD, while also snagging his second career receiving TD • Notched a career-high four receptions for a season-high 65 receiving yards at Ohio State • Paced Cal in rushing for the first time in his career against Nevada, with 14 carries for 66 yards and also led the team in rushing at USC with five carries for 32 yards • Had five carries for 46 yards and a touchdown on the ground against Southern Utah • Has career totals of 858 yards rushing and 12 touchdowns on 154 carries CAREER GAME HIGHS Rushes: 21 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Rushing Yards: 151 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Rushing TDs: 2 (2x, last at Wash. State, 2012) Long Rush: 68 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Points: 12 (2x, last at Washngton State, 2012) Receptions: 4 (at Ohio State, 2012) Receiving Yards: 74 (at Arizona State, 2011) Long Reception: 74 (at Arizona State, 2011) Receiving TDs: 1 (2x, last vs. UCLA, 2012) All Purpose Yards: 163 (vs. UCLA, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Rushes: 21 (vs. UCLA) Rushing Yards: 151 (vs. UCLA) Rushing TDs: 2 (at Washington State) Long Rush: 68 (vs. UCLA) Points: 12 (at Washington State) Receptions: 4 (vs. Ohio State) Receiving Yards: 65 (at Ohio State) Long Reception: 30 (at Ohio State) Receiving TDs: 1 (vs. UCLA) All Purpose Yards: 163 (vs. UCLA)

• Leads the Pac-12 in field goals made (1.44 fgmpg) and field goal percentage (13-18, .722), while ranking 25th nationally in field goals made • Has made each of his last nine field goal attempts, converting on his final three (3-4) to tie a career high in field goals made at USC and then making his lone attempts vs. Arizona State, vs. UCLA, a career-high 52-yarder at Washington State, and vs. Stanford, and both attempts at Utah • Leads the team in scoring with 64 points on 13 field goals and 25 extra points • 90th nationally and ninth in the conference in scoring at 7.11 ppg • Tallied a personal best 14 points against Southern Utah, converting all three of his field goal attempts, including a 47-yarder and 5-of-6 extra points • Has career totals of 20 games played and 116 points scored to rank second among all active Cal players, making 20-of-30 (.667) field goal attempts and 56 of of his 59 extra-point tries (.949) CAREER GAME HIGHS 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Field Goals Made: 3 (2x, last at USC, 2012) Field Goals Made: 3 (2x, last at USC) Long Field Goal: 52 (at Washington State, 2012) Long Field Goal: 52 (at Wash. State) PATs Made: 8 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) PATs Made: 5 (vs. Southern Utah) Points: 14 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Points: 14 (vs. Southern Utah)

WR – #6 CHRIS HARPER (6-0, 170, Fr.)

• Second on the club in receptions (29), receiving yards (380) and TD catches (2) • Has a combined 11 catches for 168 yards in the last two games • Led Cal in receiving yards against Southern Utah with a career-high-tying seven catches for a 94 yards, vs. Stanford with four catches for 82 yards and at Utah with a career-high tying seven catches for 86 yards, including a career-long 33-yard reception • Hauled in a 13-yard touchdown reception in his first collegiate game against Nevada, part of his five receptions for 57 yards on the day • Scored his second touchdown of the season at Ohio State on a 19-yard pass from Zach Maynard CAREER GAME HIGHS Receptions: 7 (2x, last at Utah, 2012) Receiving Yards: 94 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Receiving TDs: 1 (2x last at Ohio State, 2012) Long Reception: 33 (at Utah, 2012) All Purpose Yards: 94 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Tackles: 1 (at Ohio State, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Receptions: 7 (2x, last at Utah) Receiving Yards: 94 (vs. Southern Utah) Receiving TDs: 1 (2x, last at Ohio State) Long Reception: 33 (at Utah) All Purpose Yards: 94 (vs. Southern Utah) Tackles: 1 (at Ohio State)

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

• Has posted 12 kick returns for 230 yards in 2012, including a career-high six kick returns for 99 yards against Arizona State • Had a season-long 29-yard kick return at Utah among his two returns for 42 yards CAREER GAME HIGHS Rushes: 7 (vs. Washington State, 2011) Rushing Yards: 29 (vs. Washington State, 2011) Receptions: 1 (twice, last at Stanford, 2011) Receiving Yards: 9 (at Stanford, 2011) Kick Returns: 6 (vs. Arizona State, 2012) Kick Return Yards: 103 (at Stanford, 2011) Long Kick Return: 32 (vs. Texas, 2011) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Rushes: Rushing Yards: Receptions: Receiving Yards: Kick Returns: 6 (vs. Arizona State) Kick Return Yards: 99 (vs. Arizona State) Long Kick Return: 29 (at Utah)

TB/RET – #13 MIKE MANUEL (5-9, 198, Sr.)

TB – #20 ISI SOFELE (5-8, 200, Sr.) ... EE-see so-FELL-ay

• Second on the team in rushing in 2012 with 477 yards on 109 carries with two touchdowns • 10th all-time at Cal in career 100-yard rushing games with seven, after posting 105 yards on the ground and his 13th career rushing touchdown against Arizona State • Also hit the century mark in rushing yards against Southern Utah, rushing for 104 yards on 19 carries including his first touchdown of 2012 • Had a season-high 21 carries for 86 yards at Ohio State, 63 yards on 14 carries at Washington State, and 47 yards on 12 carries at Utah • Has led Cal in rushing three times this season • Has racked up 2,219 career rushing yards while playing in all 47 games possible (the only Cal player to do so) and making 21 starts over his four collegiate seasons from 2009-12 CAREER GAME HIGHS Rushes: 26 (vs. Utah, 2011) Rushing Yards: 190 (vs. Oregon State, 2011) Rushing TDs: 2 (2x, last vs. Presbyterian, 2011) Long Rush: 56 (vs. Oregon State, 2011) Points: 12 (2x, last vs. Presbyterian, 2011) Receptions: 3 (vs. Nevada, 2012) Receiving Yards: 33 (vs. Nevada, 2012) Receiving TDs: 1 (twice, last vs. Stanford, 2010) Long Rec: 22 (at Washington, 2011) All Purpose Yards: 190 (vs. Oregon State, 2011) Kick Returns: 6 (twice, last vs. Utah, 2009) Kick Return Yards: 127 (at Washington, 2009) Long Kick Return: 65 (at Washington, 2009) Tackles: 4 (at UCLA, 2009) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Rushes: 21 (at Ohio State) Rushing Yards: 105 (vs. Arizona State) Rushing TDs: 1 (2x, last vs. Arizona State) Long Rush: 32 (vs. Arizona State) Points: 6 (2x, last vs. Arizona State) Receptions: 3 (vs. Nevada) Receiving Yards: 33 (vs. Nevada) Receiving TDs: Long Rec: 17 (vs. Nevada) All Purpose Yards: 118 (vs. Southern Utah) Kick Returns: 1 (at Washington State) Kick Return Yards: 12 (at Wash. State) Long Kick Return: 12 (at Wash. State) Tackles:

QB – #15 ZACH MAYNARD (6-2, 185, Sr.)

• Has completed 165-of-267 passes for 2,039 yards with 12 passing touchdowns, three rushing scores and nine interceptions for a 134.04 quarterback rating that ranks sixth in the Pac-12 and 58th nationally • Threw TD passes to Keenan Allen and Richard Rodgers, part of his 20-of-32 day for 288 yards at Utah, including a 51-yard pass to Rodgers • Completed 19-of-31 passes for 214 yards, with one interception vs. Stanford • Connected with Keenan Allen for a season-long 69-yard touchdown at Washington State (14-23-2-189-1), and later garnered his third rushing TD of the season • Threw four TD passes for the second time in his career against UCLA, along with his second rushing TD of 2012, completing 25-of-30 passes for a season-high 295 yards and posting career highs for completion percentage (83.3%) and quarterback efficiency rating (203.27) • Posted his first rushing touchdown of 2012 at Ohio State, along with a career-high 26 completions in 37 attempts for 280 yards with one TD and one interception • Completed 17-of-23 passes for 229 yards with one TD and on interception against Southern Utah, along with six rushes for a season-high 39 yards • Completed 17-of-30 passes for 245 yards and two touchdowns vs. Nevada • Ranks 10th all-time at Cal in total offense yards (5189) and has 5029 passing yards to move within 153 from cracking Cal’s all-time top-10 list in that category CAREER GAME HIGHS Completions: 26 (at Ohio State, 2012) Attempts: 43 (2x, last vs. USC, 2011) Passing Yards: 349 (at Washington, 2011) Passing TDs: 4 (2x, last vs. UCLA, 2012) Long Pass: 90 (at Washington, 2011) Rushes: 19 (at USC, 2012) Rushing Yards: 52 (vs. Fresno State, 2011) Rushing TDs: 1 (7x, last at Wash. State, 2012) Long Rush: 43 (vs. Fresno State, 2011) Points: 6 (7x, last at Washington State, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Completions: 26 (at Ohio State) Attempts: 37 (at Ohio State) Passing Yards: 295 (vs. UCLA) Passing TDs: 4 (vs. UCLA) Long Pass: 69 (at Washington State) Rushes: 19 (at USC) Rushing Yards: 78 (at Washington State) Rushing TDs: 1 (3x, last at Wash. State) Long Rush: 22 (vs. Southern Utah) Points: 6 (3x, last at Washington State)

FB – #48 ERIC STEVENS (6-0, 242, Sr.)

• Missed 2011 due to injury but has returned in 2012 and contributed career highs of 10 rushes for 41 yards and seven receptions for 47 yards • Garnered a personal-best two catches for a career-high-tying 13 yards at Ohio State, along with two rushes for 11 yards, and also had two catches for 10 yards vs. UCLA • Had a career-high-tying 13 receiving yards on the longest catch of his career at USC • Had career highs of three rushes and 12 rushing yards against Southern Utah • Has played in 32 games and started nine contests from 2008-12 CAREER GAME HIGHS Rushes: 3 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Rushing Yards: 12 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Receptions: 2 (2x, last vs. UCLA, 2012) Receiving Yards: 13 (2x, last at USC, 2012) Receiving TDs: 1 (at Nevada, 2010) Long Reception: 13 (at USC, 2012) Tackles: 2 (2x, last vs. Washington State, 2009) Kick Returns: 1 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Kick Return Yards: 11 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Long Kick Return: 11 (vs. Washington State, 2009) All Purpose Yards: 24 (at Ohio State, 2012) Points: 6 (at Nevada, 2010) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Rushes: 3 (vs. Southern Utah) Rushing Yards: 12 (vs. Southern Utah) Receptions: 2 (2x, last vs. UCLA) Receiving Yards: 13 (2x, last at USC) Receiving TDs: Long Reception: 13 (at USC) Tackles: 1 (at Utah) Kick Returns: Kick Return Yards: Long Kick Return: All Purpose Yards: 24 (at Ohio State) Points:

WR – #10 DARIUS POWE (6-3, 212, Fr.)

• Posted his first two collegiate receptions at Ohio State, finishing with two catches for 44 yards, including a career-long 36-yarder • Started his first career game at Washington State CAREER GAME HIGHS Receptions: 2 (at Ohio State, 2012) Receiving Yards: 44 (at Ohio State, 2012) Long Reception: 36 (at Ohio State, 2012) All Purpose Yards: 36 (at Ohio State, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Receptions: 2 (at Ohio State, 2012) Receiving Yards: 44 (at Ohio State, 2012) Long Reception: 36 (at Ohio State) All Purpose Yards: 36 (at Ohio State)

OL – #75 MATT SUMMERS-GAVIN (6-4, 300, Sr.)

OL – #73 JORDAN RIGSBEE (6-4, 306, RFr.)

• Has started the first nine games of 2012 at left guard alongside his brother and left tackle Tyler Rigsbee, and recovered a fumble on a botched punt against UCLA

• A national semifinalist for the prestigious Campbell Trophy and a candidate for the 2012 National Football Foundation National Scholar-Athlete Awards • Also one of 30 candidates selected nationally for the prestigious Senior CLASS Award® after being named in the preseason to first-team All-Pac-12 squads by Phil Steele and Blue Ribbon, as well as to the Outland Trophy watch list • Has played in 38 games with 31 starts over the last three seasons (2009-12), including 18 straight that included the final four games of 2010, all 13 games in 2011 and six games in 2012, missing three games due to injury

OL – #77 TYLER RIGSBEE (6-5, 290, Sr.)

• Has started the first nine games of 2012 at left tackle alongside his brother and left guard Jordan Rigsbee

WR – #1 BRYCE TREGGS (5-11, 175, Fr.)

TE – #11 RICHARD RODGERS (6-4, 265, So.)

• Third on the club with 244 yards receiving, while his 15 receptions are fourth • Enjoyed a breakout game against UCLA, catching seven passes for 129 yards (career highs), including a 50-yarder • Caught his first career touchdown pass on a seven-yarder from Zach Maynard at Utah, part of his three receptions for 76 yards, including a season-high 51-yard catch • Had his first multi-catch game against Arizona State with two grabs for 14 yards • Father, Richard Sr., is a former Cal football player who was prominently involved in “The Play” in the 1982 Big Game (making the fourth of five laterals) CAREER GAME HIGHS Receptions: 7 (vs. UCLA 2012) Receiving Yards: 129 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Long Reception: 51 (at Utah, 2012) Receiving TDs: 1 (at Utah, 2012) Kick Returns: 1 (at Arizona State, 2011) Kick Return Yards: 5 (at Arizona State, 2011) Long Kick Return: 5 (at Arizona State, 2011) Blocked Kicks: 1 (vs. Presbyterian, 2011) Tackles: 1 (vs. Nevada, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Receptions: 7 (vs. UCLA) Receiving Yards: 129 (vs. UCLA) Long Reception: 51 (at Utah) Receiving TDs: 1 (at Utah) Kick Returns: Kick Return Yards: Long Kick Return: Blocked Kicks: Tackles: 1 (vs. Nevada)

• Scored Cal’s first touchdown of 2012 on a 37-yard reception against Nevada, becoming the third Golden Bear in the last five seasons to score a receiving touchdown on his first touch • Tied his season high with four catches against Stanford, good for 16 yards • Added three catches for 38 yards against Southern Utah, three for 28 yards at Ohio State, and two for 22 vs. Arizona State, while picking up one at USC (17) and at Utah (4) • Set a personal best with four catches (29 yards) vs. UCLA to his extend his string of consecutive games with a catch to all six of his career but did not have a catch for the first time in his career at Washington State CAREER GAME HIGHS Receptions: 4 (2x, last vs. Stanford, 2012) Receiving Yards: 62 (vs. Nevada, 2012) Receiving TDs: 1 (vs. Nevada, 2012) Long Reception: 37 (vs. Nevada, 2012) All Purpose Yards: 62 (vs. Nevada, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Receptions: 4 (2x, last vs. Stanford) Receiving Yards: 62 (vs. Nevada) Receiving TDs: 1 (vs. Nevada) Long Reception: 37 (vs. Nevada) All Purpose Yards: 62 (vs. Nevada)

TE – #84 JACOB WARK (6-4, 255, So.)

• Hauled in a career-high-tying two passes for a career-high 26 yards at USC, second on the team in both categories • Picked up his first career start at Ohio State, setting a career-high-tying mark with two receptions for 12 receiving yards, after making one catch for 20 yards (longest career reception) and posting career highs of two kick returns for 27 in the season opener vs. Nevada CAREER GAME HIGHS Receptions: 2 (2x, last at USC, 2012) Receiving Yards: 26 (at USC, 2012) Long Reception: 20 (vs. Nevada, 2012) Kick Returns: 2 (vs. Nevada, 2012) Kick Return Yards: 27 (vs. Nevada, 2012) Long Kick Return: 14 (vs. Nevada, 2012) All Purpose Yards: 47 (vs. Nevada, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Receptions: 2 (2x, last at USC) Receiving Yards: 26 (at USC) Long Reception: 20 (vs. Nevada) Kick Returns: 2 (vs. Nevada) Kick Return Yards: 27 (vs. Nevada) Long Kick Return: 14 (vs. Nevada) All Purpose Yards: 47 (vs. Nevada)

OL – #57 BRIAN SCHWENKE (6-4, 300, Sr.) ... SHWANK-ee

• Moved to center from guard for his senior season in 2012 • Named to Phil Steele’s second-team preseason All-Pac-12 team in 2012 • Has played in 45 of 47 possible games during his four seasons with the program (2009-12) and made 33 starts over the past three seasons, 12 in 2010, 12 in 2011 and nine in 2012 (most among active Cal players)

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

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Broadcast Bios – Defense
Complete player biographies that include links to game-by-game stats for each season and career stats can be found by clicking on a player’s name on the football roster page at CalBears.com (calbears.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/cal-m-footbl-mtt.html). Full player career stats for all members of the 2012 Cal football team can be found by visiting calbears.com/sports/m-footbl/stats/2012-2013/histcarr.html.

DB – #2 MARC ANTHONY (6-0, 200, Sr.)

• Has totaled 44 tackles that is sixth on the team, while his career high 6.5 tackles for loss (-17 yards) is tied for first and his two interceptions tied for fourth • Had a career-high 13 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard) against USC and came back with nine stops, 2.0 tackles for loss (-6 yards) and one pass breakup against Arizona State • Returned an interception against Southern Utah 61 yards for his first career TD and had another pick on Cal’s seven-yardline vs. Stanford • Collected career highs in tackles for loss (3.0) and tackle for loss yards (9) against Nevada in 2012 season opener • Has earned CFPA Honorable Mention Defensive Back Performer of the Week twice in 2012 for his performances against Nevada and Stanford • Cal’s active career leader in interception return yards (96), while ranking second among active Cal players in career tackles (130), passes defended (26), pass breakups (21) and interceptions (5), and third in tackles for loss (12.0, -27 yards) CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 13 (at USC, 2012) TFL: 3.0 (vs. Nevada, 2012) TFL Yards: 9 (vs. Nevada, 2012) INT: 1 (5x, last vs. Stanford, 2012) INT Return Yards: 61 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Long INT Return: 61TD (vs. Southern Utah, 2011) PBU: 3 (vs. Washington State, 2011) FF: 1 (2x, last vs. Stanford, 2012) All Purpose Yards: 61 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Points: 6 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 13 (at USC) TFL: 3.0 (vs. Nevada) TFL Yards: 9 (vs. Nevada) INT: 1 (2x, last vs. Stanford) INT Return Yards: 61 (vs. Southern Utah) Long INT Return: 61TD (vs. Southern Utah) PBU: 1 (3x, last vs. Stanford) FF: 1 (vs. Stanford) All Purpose Yards: 61 (vs. Southern Utah) Points: 6 (vs. Southern Utah)

LB – #11 NICK FORBES (6-1, 236, So.)

• Tied for first on the team with 63 tackles and ranks tied for seventh in the Pac-12 (7.0 tpg), while adding 3.0 tackles for loss (-15 yards), 1.5 sack (-11 yards), three pass breakups, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery, two quarterback hurries and a blocked kick in 2012 • Posted a career and game-high 13 tackles vs. Stanford • Notched 10 tackles against UCLA, including an 11-yard sack that was the first of his career, and also collected his first career forced fumble and fumble recovery • Had Cal’s first blocked field goal since 2008 and first blocked kick since 2011 against Arizona State, while adding eight tackles and 1.0 tackle for loss at USC; eight tackles and a pass breakup against Southern Utah; seven tackles, including 1.0 tackle for loss (-2 yard) and 0.5 sack (-0 yards) at Utah; six tackles, a pass breakup and a quarterback hurry vs. Arizona State; four tackles in his first career start at Ohio State; four tackles, a quarterback hurry and a pass breakup at Washington State; and three vs. Nevada CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 13 (vs. Stanford, 2012) TFL: 1.0 (3x, last at Utah, 2012) TFL Yards: 11 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Sack Yards: 11 (vs. UCLA, 2012) FF: 1 (vs. UCLA, 2012) FR: 1 (vs. UCLA, 2012) PBU: 1 (3x, last at Washington State, 2012) Blocked Kick: 1 (vs. Arizona State, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 13 (vs. Stanford) TFL: 1.0 (3x, last at Utah) TFL Yards: 11 (vs. UCLA) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Sack Yards: 11 (vs. UCLA, 2012) FF: 1 (vs. UCLA) FR: 1 (vs. UCLA) PBU: 1 (3x, last at Washington State) Blocked Kick: 1 (vs. Arizona State)

DB – #23 JOSH HILL (5-10, 203, Sr.)

DL – #41 TODD BARR (6-3, 275, RFr.)

• Tied for fourth on the team in tackles for loss (4.5, -20 yards) and tied for fifth in sacks (2.0, -11 yards), while adding 10 tackles and a quarterback hurry • Registered a career-high three tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss (-3 yards) and 0.5 sacks (-0 yards) vs. Nevada • Also had 1.5 tackles for loss (-10 yards), including his first full career sack (-9 yards) against Arizona State, a lone tackle at Ohio State that went for a five-yard loss, two tackles and 0.5 sacks (-2 yards) and 0.5 TFL (-2 yards) vs. Southern Utah, one tackle and his first career quarterback hurry against UCLA, and one tackle at Utah CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 3 (vs. Nevada, 2012) TFL: 1.5 (2x, last vs. Arizona State, 2012) TFL Yards: 10 (vs. Arizona State, 2012) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. Arizona State, 2012) Sack Yards: 9 (vs. Arizona State, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 3 (vs. Nevada) TFL: 1.5 (2x, last vs. Arizona State) TFL Yards: 10 (vs. Arizona State) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. Arizona State) Sack Yards: 9 (vs. Arizona State)

• Tied for team lead with 63 tackles and ranks tied for seventh in the Pac-12 (7.0 tpg), while ranking second with six pass breakups, and adding a forced fumble and 0.5 tackles for loss (-0 yards) • Posted a career-high 12 tackles against Nevada in season opener; added 11 and a pass breakup vs. Stanford; nine along with a forced fumble and a pass breakup against USC; eight vs. Southern Utah; six with two pass breakups against Arizona State; six at Utah with a pass breakup • Cal’s active career leader in tackles (190) and forced fumbles (3); tied for first in interception return touchdowns (1); tied for second in pass breakups (21) and fumble recoveries (2); third in passes defended (25), interceptions (4) and interception return yards (46) • Has played in 45 career games with 29 starts, adding 5.5 tackles for loss (-18 yards) and 1.0 sack (-4 yards) CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 12 (vs. Nevada, 2012) TFL: 2.0 (vs. Fresno State, 2011) TFL Yards: 10 (vs. Fresno State, 2011) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. Fresno State, 2011) Sack Yards: 4 (vs. Fresno State, 2011) FF: 1 (3x, last at USC, 2012) FR: 1 (2x, last vs. UCLA, 2010) INT: 1 (4x, last at Arizona State, 2011) INT Return Yards: 32TD (vs. Utah, 2011) Long INT Return: 32TD (vs. Utah, 2011) PBU: 3 (3x, last at UCLA, 2011) Points: 6 (vs. Utah, 2011) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 12 (vs. Nevada) TFL: 0.5 (vs. Nevada) TFL Yards: 0 (vs. Nevada) Sacks: Sack Yards: FF: 1 (at USC) FR: INT: INT Return Yards: Long INT Return: PBU: 2 (vs. Arizona State) Points:

LB – #22 NATHAN BROUSSARD (6-3, 246, RFr.)

• Has played in all nine games, including his first three career starts in the last three contests at Washington State, vs. Stanford and at Utah, contributing season totals of 12 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss (-23 yards) and 3.0 sacks (-21 yards) • Tied his career-high-tying with three tackles at Washington State, while adding a 13-yard sack and a quarterback hurry • Registered a three-yard sack against UCLA and a half-sack (-2 yards) vs. Arizona State, and a career-high-tying three tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss (-2 yards) vs. Southern Utah • Had a half tackle for loss among his two tackles vs. Stanford (-3 yards) CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 3 (2x, last at Washington State, 2012) TFL: 1.0 (3x, last vs. Stanford, 2012) TFL Yards: 13 (at Washington State, 2012) Sacks: 1.0 (2x, last at Washington State, 2012) Sack Yards: 13 (at Washington State, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 3 (2x, last at Washington State) TFL: 1.0 (3x, last vs. Stanford, 2012) TFL Yards: 13 (at Washington State) Sacks: 1.0 (2x, last at Wash. State, 2012) Sack Yards: 13 (at Washington State)

LB – #34 J.P. HURRELL (5-11, 230, Sr.) ... HUH-rell

• Has played in 45 games with three starts, recording 52 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss (-14 yards), 2.5 sacks (-13 yards), one interception, two pass breakups and one fumble recovery • Notched a career-high six tackles against Southern Utah, including 2.5 sacks (-13 yards); posted five tackles at Utah; had three stops at Washington State; and secured his first career interception at USC and also had a tackle CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 6 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) TFL: 2.5 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) TFL Yards: 13 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Sacks: 2.5 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Sack Yards: 15 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) INT: 1 (at USC, 2012) FR: 1 (vs. UC Davis, 2010) PBU: 1 (2x, last vs. Presbyterian, 2011) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 6 (vs. Southern Utah) TFL: 2.5 (vs. Southern Utah) TFL Yards: 13 (vs. Southern Utah) Sacks: 2.5 (vs. Southern Utah) Sack Yards: 15 (vs. Southern Utah) INT: 1 (at USC) FR: PBU:

DL – #91 DEANDRE COLEMAN (6-5, 309, Jr.)

• Leads all Cal defensive linemen in 2012 with 39 tackles, while adding 5.5 tackles for loss (-17 yards) to rank third on the team, 2.0 sacks (-10 yards), a pass breakup, a fumble recovery and a quarterback hurry • Has career totals of 76 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss (-47 yards), 4.0 sacks (-25 yards), two pass breakups, two passes defended and two fumble recoveries in 34 games and 11 starts • Cal’s active career leader in tackles for loss • Tied his career high in tackles with eight against Arizona State, and also had a career-hightying eight tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard) vs. Nevada; a season-high 1.5 tackles for loss (-10 yards) vs. Southern Utah while also picking up 1.0 sack (-8 yards) and seven tackles; five tackles with 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard) at Utah; two tackles at Ohio State; four tackles, one fumble recovery and 0.5 TFL (-1 yard); and one tackle vs. UCLA and at Washington State with the latter also being a tackle for loss (-3 yards) CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 8 (2x, last vs. Arizona State, 2012) TFL: 3.0 (vs. Presbyterian, 2011) TFL Yards: 11 (vs. Texas, 2011) Sacks: 1.0 (3x, last vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Sack Yards: 11 (vs. Texas, 2011) FR: 1 (2x, last vs. Stanford, 2012) PBU: 1 (2x, last at USC, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 8 (2x, last vs. Arizona State) TFL: 1.5 (vs. Southern Utah) TFL Yards: 10 (vs. Southern Utah) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. Southern Utah) Sack Yards: 8 (vs. Southern Utah) FR: 1 (vs. Stanford) PBU: 1 (at USC)

DB – #3 KAMERON JACKSON (5-9, 185, So.)

• Named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week after recording the first three career interceptions against UCLA (along with four tackles and a pass breakup), and now ranks tied for 11th in the Pac-12 in that category (0.33 ipg) ... the three interceptions tied for the most in the Pac-12 this season and are the most by a Cal player in the Jeff Tedford era • Also selected as one of two CFPA Defensive Back Performers of the Week and the MACCO Bowl Las Vegas Pac-12 Player of the Week for his performance against the Bruins • Has 21 tackles, three interceptions, a fumble recovery and two pass breakups, notching a career-high five tackles against Nevada, along with a fumble recovery and pass breakup CAREER GAME HIGHS 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 5 (vs. Nevada, 2012) Tackles: 5 (vs. Nevada) INT: 3 (vs. UCLA, 2012) INT: 3 (vs. UCLA) FR: 1 (vs. Nevada, 2012) FR: 1 (vs. Nevada) PBU: 1 (2x, last vs. UCLA, 2012) PBU: 1 (2x, last vs. UCLA)

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

LB – #7 JALEN JEFFERSON (6-2, 225, RFr.)

(-41 yards), 6.0 sacks (-32 yards), one pass breakup and one fumble recovery CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 5 (vs. UCLA, 2012) TFL: 2.0 (2x, last vs. UCLA, 2012) TFL Yards: 12 (vs. UCLA) Sacks: 2.0 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Sack Yards: 12 (vs. UCLA, 2012) FR: 1 (at Minnesota, 2009) PBU: 1 (vs. Maryland, 2009) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 5 (vs. UCLA) TFL: 2.0 (vs. UCLA) TFL Yards: 12 (vs. UCLA) Sacks: 2.0 (vs. UCLA) Sack Yards: 12 (vs. UCLA) FR: PBU:

• Has 38 tackles, while adding 0.5 tackles for loss (-5 yards), 0.5 sacks (-5 yards) and one pass breakup and two QBH • Set a new career high with 10 tackles against UCLA, along with a half-sack (-5 yards); had eight tackles vs. Arizona State and Southern Utah when he added a pass breakup and quarterback hurry; five stops and a quarterback hurry at Washington State; four tackles at Ohio State in his first start; and three at USC CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 10 (vs. UCLA, 2012) TFL: 0.5 (vs. UCLA 2012) TFL Yards: 5.0 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Sack: 0.5 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Sack Yards: 5 (vs. UCLA, 2012) PBU: 1 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 10 (vs. UCLA) TFL: 0.5 (vs. UCLA) TFL Yards: 5 (vs. UCLA) Sack: 0.5 (vs. UCLA) Sack Yards: 5 (vs. UCLA) PBU: 1 (vs. Southern Utah)

LB – #17 BRENNAN SCARLETT (6-4, 255, So.)

P – #16 COLE LEININGER (6-1, 200, Fr.) ... lining-GUR

• Averaging 41.3 yards per punt on 44 punts, forcing 21 fair catches, hitting eight for 50 or more yards, including a career-best 61-yarder at Washington State, and pinning opponents inside the 20-yardline 10 times after pinning Stanford inside the 20 on a career-high three occasions • Booted a career-high nine punts against Arizona State, including two of 50-plus yards, and also booted two punts of 50 or more yards at Utah (59, 50) • Had a career-high average of 47.0 at Ohio State CAREER GAME HIGHS Punts: 9 (vs. Arizona State, 2012) Punting Average: 47.0 (at Ohio State, 2012) Long Punt: 61 (at Washington State, 2012) 50+ Yard Punts: 2 (2x, last at Utah, 2012) I-20 Punts: 3 (vs. Stanford, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Punts: 9 (vs. Arizona State) Punting Average: 47.0 (at Ohio State) Long Punt: 61 (at Washington State) 50+ Yard Punts: 2 (2x, last at Utah) I-20 Punts: 3 (vs. Stanford)

• Has totaled 33 tackles, while adding 4.0 tackles for loss (-17 yards), 1.5 sacks (-13 yards), one forced fumble, one pass breakup and one quarterback hurry • One of his five tackles vs. Arizona State was his first career sack (-9 yards) and part of his career best 2.0 tackles for the loss (-10 yards) • Set a career high with 12 tackles against Nevada, while also adding his first career forced fumble and 0.5 tackles for loss (-2 yards) • Had six tackles and 1.0 tackles for loss (-1 yard) at Ohio State; secured his first career pass breakup along with four tackles at USC; had three tackles and a half-sack (-4 yards) against Southern Utah; two tackles at Washington State; and one tackle along with a quarterback hurry vs. UCLA CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 12 (vs. Nevada, 2012) TFL: 2.0 (vs. Arizona State, 2012) TFL Yards: 10 (vs. Arizona State, 2012) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. Arizona State, 2012) Sack Yards: 9 (vs. Arizona State, 2012) FF: 1 (vs. Nevada, 2012) PBU: 1 (at USC, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 12 (vs. Nevada) TFL: 2.0 (vs. Arizona State) TFL Yards: 10 (vs. Arizona State) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. Arizona State) Sack Yards: 9 (vs. Arizona State) FF: 1 (vs. Nevada) PBU: 1 (at USC)

DB – #5 MICHAEL LOWE (5-11, 210, So.)

DB – #4 AVERY SEBASTIAN (5-10, 190, So.)

• Has 50 tackles, 1.0 tackle for loss (-1 yard), 1.0 sack (-1 yard), three interceptions that he has returned 67 yards and a pass breakup in 2012 • In addition to a career-high nine tackles vs. UCLA, also had his first career interception that he returned 57 yards; posted eight tackles against Arizona State; also had nine at Utah along with his third career INT that was returned 10 yards; seven vs. Stanford; five at Ohio State in his first career start; notched his second career interception and had four tackles along with his first career TFL and sack at Washington State; had four tackles at USC CAREER GAME HIGHS 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 9 (2x, last at Utah, 2012) Tackles: 9 (2x, last at Utah) INT: 1 (3x, last at Utah, 2012) INT: 1 (3x, last at Utah) INT Return Yards: 57 (vs. UCLA, 2012) INT Return Yards: 57 (vs. UCLA) PBU: 1 (3x, last vs. Nevada, 2012) PBU: 1 (vs. Nevada) All Purpose Yds: 57 (vs. UCLA, 2012) All Purpose Yards: 57 (vs. UCLA)

• Has 44 tackles and one quarterback hurry, including 37 stops in the past five games, with a career-best 14 vs. Arizona State, 10 at Utah with first-career TFL (-4 yards); six vs. UCLA, two at Washington State and three vs. Stanford CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 14 (vs. Arizona State, 2012) TFL: 1.0 (at Utah, 2012) TFL Yards: 4 (at Utah, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 14 (vs. Arizona State) TFL: 1.0 (at Utah) TFL Yards: 4 (at Utah)

DL – #50 AARON TIPOTI (6-2, 280, Sr.) ... tuh-PO-tee

LB – #40 CHRIS McCAIN (6-6, 225, So.)

• Has posted 38 tackles, while leading the team in quarterback hurries (4), ranking tied for first with 6.5 tackles for loss (-20 yards) and tied for second with 2.5 sacks (-11 yards) • Notched career highs of 2.5 TFL (-9 yards), 1.5 sacks (-7 yards) and two quarterback hurries against UCLA, while setting a career high with nine tackles and 2.0 TFL (-2 yards) vs. Nevada; seven tackles vs. Stanford; six tackles at Ohio State; four vs. Arizona State and four at Washington State along with a 0.5 sack (-1 yard), a quarterback hurry and his first career pass breakup; and 0.5 TFL (-3 yards) and 0.5 sacks (-3 yards) among his two tackles vs. Southern Utah CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 9 (vs. Nevada, 2012) TFL: 2.5 (vs. UCLA, 2012) TFL Yards: 9 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Sacks: 1.5 (vs. UCLA, 2012) Sack Yards: 7 (vs. UCLA, 2012) PBU: 1 (at Washington State, 2012) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 9 (vs. Nevada) TFL: 2.5 (vs. UCLA) TFL Yards: 9 (vs. UCLA) Sacks: 1.5 (vs. UCLA) Sack Yards: 7 (vs. UCLA) PBU: 1 (at Washington State, 2012)

• 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 first 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 CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 6 (at Oregon, 2011) TFL: 1.0 (3x, last vs. Texas, 2011) TFL Yards: 5 (at USC, 2010) Sacks: 1.0 (at Oregon, 2011) Sack Yards: 14 (at Oregon, 2011) FF: 1 (2x, last vs. Utah, 2011) FR: 1 (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) PBU: 1 (vs. Texas, 2011) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 4 (2x, last vs. Stanford) TFL: 0.5 (at Utah) TFL Yards: 1 (at Utah) Sacks: Sack Yards: FF: FR: 1 (vs. Southern Utah) PBU:

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

LB – #37 ROBERT MULLINS (6-0, 225, Sr.)

• Fifth on team with 50 tackles and tied for 19th in the Pac-12 (6.2 tpg), while adding 3.5 tackles for loss (-11 yards), a 0.5 sack (-1) yard), a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and a quarterback hurry • Set a new career high in tackles in the season opener against Nevada with 12 and also chipped in a 1.0 tackle for loss (-3 yards); added eight against Southern Utah (1.0 TFL, -4 yards), at USC (fumble recovery) and at Utah with 1.5 tackles for loss (-4 yards) and a 0.5 sack (-1 yard) • Has played in career 33 games with seven starts, registering 72 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss (-13 yards), 1.5 sack (-3 yards), two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 12 (vs. Nevada, 2012) FF: 1 (2x, last vs. Stanford, 2012) FR: 1 (at USC, 2012) TFL: 1.5 (at Utah, 2012) TFL Yards: 4 (2x, last at Utah, 2012) Sacks: 1.0 (at Stanford, 2011) Sack Yards: 2 (at Stanford, 2011) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 12 (vs. Nevada) FF: 1 (vs. Stanford) FR: 1 (at USC) TFL: 1.5 (at Utah) TFL Yards: 4 (2x, last at Utah) Sacks: 0.5 (at Utah) Sack Yards: 1 (at Utah)

• 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 first pass breakup of 2012 vs. Southern Utah • Had five 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 CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 12 (vs. Nevada, 2012) TFL: 1.0 (5x, last vs. UCLA, 2012) TFL Yards: 3 (at USC, 2012) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. UCLA, 2010 Sack Yards: 2 (vs. UCLA, 2010) FF: 1 (2x, last at UCLA, 2011) INT: 1 (6x, last at Washington State, 2012) INT Return Yds: 45 (vs. Stanford, 2011) PBU: 4 (at Washington State, 2012) All Purpose Yards: 45 (vs. Stanford, 2011) 2012 SEASON GAME HIGHS Tackles: 12 (vs. Nevada) TFL: 1.0 (3x, last vs. UCLA) TFL Yards: 3 (at USC) Sacks: Sack Yards: FF: INT: 1 (3x, last at Washington State) INT: PBU: 4 (at Washington State) All Purpose Yards:

DL – #96 KENDRICK PAYNE (6-2, 283, Sr.)

• Season totals include 23 tackles, picking up a career-high five vs. UCLA as well as a careerhigh 2.0 sacks (-12 yards) and a career-high-tying 2.0 tackles for loss (-12 yards) • Part of his four tackles vs. Stanford was a half-sack (-0 yards), also had four tackles at Utah with a 0.5 TFL (-1 yard), while he had three tackles vs. Nevada (0.5 TFL, -1 yard), Southern Utah and Arizona State (0.5 SK, -3 yards) • Has played in 46 career games with 15 starts, recording 58 tackles, 11.0 tackles for loss

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

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

Game 1 Nevada 31, at Cal 24

Score by Quarters Nevada Cal

1 14 0

2 0 7

3 7 10

4 10 7

OT – –

Score 31 14

BERKELEY – Nevada quarterback Cody Fajardo engineered the winning Qtr Time Scoring Play, Drive 4:34 NEV – Jefferson 2 yd run (Hardison kick), 16-80 6:13 drive by throwing a 14-yard pass to Zach Sudfeld on third-and-4 from the Cal 1st 0:00 NEV – Fajardo 49 yd run (Hardison kick), 2-60 0:26 38 and a 19-yarder to Brandon Wimberly that set up Stefphon Jefferson’s 2nd 4:38 CAL – Treggs 37 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick), 6-77 2:39 winning score, as Nevada topped Cal, 31-24, in the Bears’ first game in the 3rd 6:20 NEV – Jefferson 2 yd run (Hardison kick), 12-79 4:41 newly-renovated California Memorial Stadium. 5:39 CAL – Allen 39 yd run (D’Amato kick) 2-51 0:44 4:38 CAL – D’Amato 40 yd field goal, 4-4 0:53 Cal quarterback Zach Maynard returned after being benched for the first 4th 8:46 NEV – Hardison 39 yd field goal 14-57 4:55 three series as punishment for missing a tutoring session earlier this summer 7:24 CAL – Harper 13 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick), 5-61 1:16 to throw two touchdown passes for Cal. But he also lost a fumble deep in 0:36 NEV – Jefferson 2 yd run (Hardison kick), 9-61 2:48 Nevada territory in the fourth quarter as the Bears lost at home to Nevada for the second time in 25 tries and first since 1903. Cal appeared to seize the momentum in the third quarter when Keenan Team Statistics NEV Allen answered Jefferson’s second touchdown run with an elusive 39-yard FIRST DOWNS 27 score on a reverse. NET YARDS RUSHING 220 Khalid Wooten fumbled the ensuing kickoff, but Cal had to settle for a field NET YARDS PASSING 230 Completions-Attempts-Int 25-32-0 goal by Vincenzo D’Amato that cut the lead to 21-17. Maynard then fumbled TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 450 at the Nevada 21 at the end of a scramble early in the fourth quarter. Total Offense Plays 89 The Bears did tie the game later in the fourth on Maynard’s 13-yard TD Average Gain Per Play 5.1 pass to Chris Harper, but could never take the lead. Fumbles: Number Lost 6-1 11-110 There wasn’t much to celebrate early for the sellout crowd of 63,186 as Penalties: Number-Yards 7-301 the offense sputtered behind backup Allan Bridgford, who completed two PUNTS-YARDS Per Punt Average Yards 43.0 of his nine passes and the defense once again struggled against Nevada’s KICKOFFS-YARDS 6-318 pistol offense. Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD 1-22-0 4-88-0 Maynard led the Bears to a score on his third drive in the game, connecting Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD 0-0-0 on a 37-yard TD pass to freshman Bryce Treggs. Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD 1-5-0

Scoring Summary

7-0 14-0 14-7 21-7 21-14 21-17 24-17 24-24 31-24

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Notes

• The Bears have an all-time record of 73-41-4 in season openers over the first 117 campaigns of Cal football that began in 1882. In the 2011 season opener, Cal defeated Fresno State, 36-21, at Candlestick Park in the Battle By the Bay. The Bears’ most recent season-opening win at Memorial Stadium was a 52-3 victory over UC Davis on Sept. 4, 2010. • This game was the first played in the newly-renovated California Memorial Stadium and the first at the venue since a 16-13 loss to Washington on Nov. 27, 2010. The most recent win by the Bears in Memorial Stadium was a 50-17 victory Individual Stat Leaders over Arizona State on Oct. 23, 2010. NEV • The game was a sellout of 63,186. Cal had a streak of 43 consecutive games Rushing (No-Yds-TD): Jefferson (34-147-3), Fajardo (20-97-1) of at least 50,000 fans that was snapped in the 2010 season finale against Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Fajardo (25-32-0-230-0) Washington. The last Cal sellout came against USC on Oct. 3, 2009 (71,799). Receiving (No-Yds-TD): Wimberly (7-83-0), Sudfeld (4-41-0), Bradley (4-40-0), Turner (4-20-0) • Cal leads the all-time series with Nevada, 22-3-1 (not including an additional Defense (Tackles; Big Plays): Wooten (7; 1.0 TFL, -4 yards), Williams (6; 1 PBU), Jones (6; 1.0 TFL, -3 yards; 1 FF; 1 PBU; 1 QBH), Boughton (5, 2 PBU) 7-1 mark against the Wolf Pack from 1906-14 when both schools played rugby CAL instead of football). Prior to today, the teams had played only twice since 1945, a 33-15 Cal win in Berkeley on Sept. 21, 1996, and a 52-31 victory by Nevada Rushing (No-Yds-TD): Anderson (14-66-0), Allen (2-35-1), Sofele (5-22-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Maynard (17-30-0-245-2), Bridgford (2-9-0-6-0) in Reno on Sept. 17, 2010. • Keenan Allen extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to Receiving (No-Yds-TD): Allen (6-67-0), Harper (5-57-1), Treggs (3-62-1), Sofele (3-33-0) 25, every game he’s played at Cal. Allen scored his first touchdown of 2012 on a Defense (Tackles; Big Plays): Williams (12; 0.5 TFL, -1 yard), Hill (12; 0.5 TFL, -0 yards), Scarlett (12; 0.5 TFL, -2 yards), Mullins (12; 1.0 TFL, -3 yards) reverse that went for 39 yards in the third quarter. It was Allen’s second rushing TD of his career, with the first one coming against UC Davis in 2010. On the receiving end, Allen paced the Bears with six catches for 67 yards. • For the first time in his Cal career, C.J. Anderson paced Cal in rushing, garnering 66 yards on 14 attempts. Isi Sofele rushed five times for 21 yards. Sofele also caught three passes for 33 yards. • Bryce Treggs’ first career reception was good for a 37-yard touchdown reception from Maynard. Treggs became the third Cal player in the last five seasons to score a touchdown on his first career receptions, joining Anthony Miller with the winning touchdown in the 2008 Emerald Bowl victory over Miami (FL) and Spencer Hagan against Presbyterian in 2011. Treggs caught three passes in the game for 62 yards and the score. • Another true freshman wide receiver, Chris Harper, hauled in a game-tying touchdown pass for the Bears halfway through the fourth quarter on a 13-yard reception from Maynard. Harper finished the day with five catches for 57 yards and the TD. The last time two Cal true freshmen both scored in their first game at Cal was Marshawn Lynch and Justin Forsett on Sept. 4, 2004, at Air Force. • Marc Anthony collected a career-high 3.0 tackles for loss. Following Allen’s touchdown, the first fumble of 2012 was recovered by Kameron Jackson. Playing in his first career game, Todd Barr secured 1.5 tackles, including a 0.5 sack and a 1.5 tackle for loss. Keni Kaufusi notched his first career forced fumble, to go along with a career-best 1.0 tackles for loss. • Making their first career starts were Chris Adcock, Allan Bridgford, Alex Logan, Jordan Rigsbee, Richard Rodgers, Brennan Scarlett and Bryce Treggs. Also, Matt Summers-Gavin started his 26th game, the most among active Cal players, and Brian Schwenke started his 25th game.

Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field Goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

0 35:06 11 of 20 1 of 1 4-5 3-5 1-5 2-13 4-4 1-1

CAL 21 113 251 19-39-0 364 67 5.4 3-2 7-55 7-270 38.6 5-310 3-39-0 6-123-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 24:54 3 of 14 1 of 1 1-2 1-2 0-2 1-1 3-3 1-2

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

2012 Game Summaries
September 8, 2012 • TV: Pac-12 Networks • Attendance: 57,745

Game 2 at Cal 50, Southern Utah 31

Score by Quarters Southern Utah Cal

1 3 0

2 7 20

3 7 0

4 14 30

OT -

Score 31 50

BERKELEY – California cornerback Marc Anthony scored on a 61-yard Qtr Time Scoring Play, Drive 0:22 SSU – Cook 40 yd field goal, 4-7 1:34 interception return in the fourth quarter and the Golden Bears beat Southern 1st 2nd 13:23 CAL – D’Amato 18 yd field goal, 8-55 1:52 Utah, 50-31. 9:40 CAL – Anderson 6 yd run (D’Amato kick), 7-94 2:08 Keenan Allen had two touchdowns, one on a 69-yard punt return, to help 5:22 CAL – Sofele 12 yd run (D’Amato kick), 5-37 1:58 the Bears notch their first victory at newly renovated Memorial Stadium. 0:25 CAL – D’Amato 27 yd field goal 8-44, 2:54 0:00 SSU – Morgan 37 yd pass from Sorensen (Miller kick), 4-57 0:19 Cal (1-1) had 518 yards of offense, and in the fourth quarter, forced two 3rd 8:27 SSU – Brown 5 yd pass from Sorensen (Cook kick) 12-75, 6:33 turnovers and scored 30 points. 4th 14:54 CAL – Allen 19 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick), 8-60 2:46 Defensive end Aaron Tipoti recovered a fumble on Southern Utah’s next 10:47 CAL – Anthony 61 yard interception (D’Amato kick) possession, and Vincenzo D’Amato’s third field goal made it 37-17. 9:22 CAL – D’Amato 47 yd field goal, 4-6 1:12 7:28 CAL – Allen 69 yd punt return (D’Amato kick) Allen, who caught a 19-yard touchdown from quarterback Zach Maynard 4:48 SSU – Wilson 8 yd pass from Sorensen (Cook kick), 7-67 2:33 on the first play of the fourth quarter, made it 44-17 with a long punt return. 3:21 CAL – Lasco 77 yd run (D’Amato kick), 2-69 1:21 Allen fumbled the ball, but recovered it and then broke free down the right 0:42 SSU – Moala 7 yd pass from Sorensen (Cook kick), 9-83 2:34 sideline on his way into the endzone. C.J. Anderson and Isi Sofele both added short touchdown runs, and Daniel Team Statistics Lasco scored on a 77-yard run in the fourth quarter. SSU Cal scored on four consecutive possessions in the second quarter to go FIRST DOWNS 18 in front. NET YARDS RUSHING 79 Anderson’s 7-yard touchdown run capped a 94-yard drive for the Bears, NET YARDS PASSING 292 Completions-Attempts-Int 31-45-1 Sofele scored on a 12-yard run and D’Amato added a pair of field goals to TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 371 give Cal a 20-3 lead. Total Offense Plays 79 Southern Utah stayed close and pulled within 20-17 midway through the Average Gain Per Play 4.7 third quarter on Sorensen’s 5-yard touchdown pass to Brown, but the Thun- Fumbles: Number Lost 1-1 Penalties: Number-Yards 7-56 derbirds couldn’t slow Cal down in the fourth.

Scoring Summary

3-0 3-3 3 - 10 3 - 17 3 - 20 10 - 20 17 - 20 17 - 27 17 - 34 17 - 37 17 - 44 24 - 44 24 - 50 31 - 50

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Notes

• With Cal’s victory over Southern Utah, Jeff Tedford earned his 80th career victory as head coach at Cal. Tedford is the Golden Bears’ all-time winningest coach. • This was the first-ever meeting between Cal and Southern Utah. The Bears are now 6-0 all-time against FCS opponents. Last year, Cal defeated FCS foe Presbyterian at AT&T Park, 63-12. • Cal has now won 42 of its last 53 home games. With 50 points scored, the Bears improved to 62-5 all-time when scoring 30 or more points. The Bears are also 41-2 when scoring 40 or more and 15-0 when scoring 50 under Tedford. The last time Cal scored 50 or more points was a 63-12 victory against Presbyterian last season. • After hauling in five catches for 57 yards against Nevada last week, true freshman Chris Harper posted seven catches for 94 yards against Southern Individual Stat Leaders Utah. Harper is now Cal’s leading receiver on the season with 12 catches for SSU 151 yards and a touchdown, while Allen is second with 11 catches for 136 yards Rushing (No-Yds-TD): Wilson (17-74-0), Crawford-Harris (4-28-0) and a touchdown. Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Sorensen (31-45-1-292-4) • Isi Sofele was Cal’s leading rusher on the day with 19 carries for 104 yards and Receiving (No-Yds-TD): Moala (9-85-1), Brown (6-48-1), Morgan (3-42-1), Wilson (3-15-1) a touchdown. The 104 yards gave Sofele his sixth career 100-yard performance, Defense (Tackles; Big Plays): Killebrew (11), Browning (8, TFL, FF), Flentroy (8) which ties him for sixth all-time at Cal. The previous five 100-yard games all came CAL in 2011 with the last one occurring in the regular season finale at Arizona State. Rushing (No-Yds TD): Sofele (19-104-1), Lasco (2-74-1), Anderson (5-46-1) • C.J. Anderson notched his ninth career rushing touchdown. The touchdown Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Maynard (17-23-1-229-1) ended Cal’s season-long drive of seven plays, 94 yards in 2:08. Today was the Receiving (No-Yds-TD): Harper (7-94-0), Allen (5-69-1), Treggs (3-38-0) fifth time both Anderson and Sofele have scored a rushing TD in the same game, Defense (Tackles; Big Plays): Jefferson (9, PBU), Forbes (8, PBU), Mullins (8, TFL) with the last occurrence happening at ASU last season. • Daniel Lasco rushed 77 yards for his first career touchdown, which was also the longest rush of the season for the Bears. The run gave Cal 500 yards of total offense (520) for the first time since last year against Presbyterian (581) • Keenan Allen extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to 26, every game he’s played at Cal. Allen ended the day with five catches for 69 yards and his first receiving touchdown of 2012. Entering the game ranked second in the Pac-12 and tied for 24th nationally in punt returns, Allen took a fourth-quarter punt back 69 yards for his first career punt return for a touchdown. On the season, Allen has returned six punts for 133 yards and a touchdown. • Marc Anthony picked off his fourth career interception, and first of 2012, and returned it 61 yards for a touchdown. The last time Cal intercepted a pass and returned it for a TD was Josh Hill against Utah last season. The 61-yarder is the longest since Mychal Kendricks’ 68-yard pick-six at UCLA in 2009. • Jalen Jefferson garnered his first career tackle, and ended the day pacing the Bears with nine tackles. In the fourth quarter, Aaron Tipoti registered his first career fumble recovery. J.P. Hurrell and Brennan Scarlett secured their first career sacks, and Hurrell would go on to post three sacks (-15 yards) on the day. Nick Forbes (8) reached a new career high in tackles. Nathan Broussard earned his first career 0.5 tackle for loss. • Vincenzo D’Amato was a personal-best 3-for-3 on field goals today, making him 4-for-5 on the season. His 47-yard field goal in the fourth quarter tied his career high (at Oregon, 2009). D’Amato also picked up a career-high 14 points on the day.

PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field Goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

6-250 41.7 5-302 0-0-0 8-192-0 1-10-0 0-0-0 0 35:55 10 of 20 0 of 2 3-3 3-3 0-3 1-7 4-4 1-1

Cal 19 289 229 17-23-1 518 61 8.5 4-1 12-106 3-92 30.7 10-592 3-94-1 4-82-0 1-61-1 0-0-0 0 24:05 5 of 11 0 of 0 5-5 3-5 2-5 5-30 5-6 3-3

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

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2012 Game Summaries
September 15, 2012 • TV: ABC • Attendance: 105, 232

Game 3 at No. 12 Ohio State 35, Cal 28

Score by Quarters Cal Ohio State

1 7 13

2 0 7

3 7 0

4 14 15

OT -

Score 28 35

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Braxton Miller lofted a 72-yard touchdown pass Qtr Time Scoring Play, Drive 5:11 OHS – Miller 55 yd run (Basil kick failed), 3-61 0:49 to Devin Smith with 3:26 left and Christian Bryant snuffed out the Golden 1st 2:38 CAL – Harper 19 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick), 6-75 2:33 Bears’ last chance with an interception as the 12th-ranked Buckeyes edged 1:27 OHS – Smith 25 yd pass from Miller (Basil kick), 4-75 1:11 the Golden Bears, 35-28, at Ohio Stadium. 2nd 13:30 OHS – Stoneburner 1 yd pass from Miller (Basil kick), 5-45 1:33 Cal (1-2) amassed 512 yards of offense (second-straight week the Bears 3rd 9:34 CAL – Bigelow 81 yd run (D’Amato kick) 1-81, 0:14 12:26 CAL – Maynard 1 yd run (D’Amato kick), 8-46 2:34 went over 500 yards of total offense), including 331 yards to 173 for Ohio 4th 8:31 OHS – Stoneburner 3 yd pass from Miller (Miller rush) 11-75, 3:55 State in the second half alone. The Bears were victimized by three missed 8:10 CAL – Bigelow 59 yd run (D’Amato kick), 2-75 0:21 field goals and a touchdown that was called back by a penalty. 3:26 OHS – Smith 72 yard pass from Miller (Basil kick) 3-75, 0:54 Ohio State built a 20-7 lead at half, but the Cal defense held the Buckeyes to just 25 yards and no first downs on 14 plays in the third quarter. Brendan Bigelow raced 81 yards on his first carry of the game -- the Team Statistics Cal longest run ever by an opposing back in 90-year-old Ohio Stadium and the FIRST DOWNS 22 longest by a Cal player since Jahvid Best’s 93-yard touchdown run at UCLA NET YARDS RUSHING 224 in 2009. Maynard then kept on a one-yard sneak to give Cal a 21-20 lead NET YARDS PASSING 288 Completions-Attempts-Int 27-38-1 early in the fourth quarter. 512 Just two plays after Ohio State took a 28-21 lead, Bigelow, who finished TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays 79 with career-best 160 yards on only four carries, burst through the Ohio Average Gain Per Play 6.5 State defense for a 16-yard run and then topped that on the next play with Fumbles: Number Lost 1-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 7-56 a 59-yarder to tie the game at 28. 4-40 Miller promptly turned the ball over by throwing an interception directly to PUNTS-YARDS Per Punt Average Yards 43.2 Cal defensive back Steve Williams. KICKOFFS-YARDS 5-323 The Bears patiently drove to the Ohio State 25, where the drive stalled. Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD 1--9-0 3-74-0 On fourth-and-1, junior kicker Vincenzo D’Amato came out for a 42-yard field Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD 1-0-0 goal. He was wide left with 4:20 left, his third kick that sailed left of the mark Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD 0-0-0 on the day, missing twice from 42 and once from 40 yards. Miscellaneous Yards 0 Now down by seven after OSU’s 72-yard score, the Bears still had a shot Possession Time 35:10 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 15 to tie, but Maynard overthrew a receiver with 1:09 left and Bryant picked it off.

Scoring Summary

0-6 7-6 7 - 13 7 - 20 14 - 20 21 - 20 21 - 28 28 - 28 28 - 35

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Notes

• This game was the seventh in the series between Cal and Ohio State, and the Buckeyes lead the series 6-1. • This was also the seventh road game in the Jeff Tedford era that was played in a different time zone and started before noon PT. The Golden Bears now have a 5-2 record in those contests. Individual Stat Leaders • This was the second game in a row that Cal boasted over 500 yards of total Cal offense (512). They outgained Ohio State by 100 yards (412). Against Southern Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Bigelow (4-160-2), Sofele (21-86-0), Anderson (4-13-0) Utah, the Bears had 518 yards. Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Maynard (26-37-1-280-1) • Brendan Bigelow scored on a career-long 81-yard touchdown run. It was Cal’s Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Allen (9-80-0), Anderson (4-65-0), Harper (3-32-1) longest play from scrimmage this season. It is the longest rush since Jahvid Best’s Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Logan (7, PBU), Williams (6, INT), McCain (6), Scarlett (6, TFL) 93-yard touchdown run at UCLA in 2009. Bigelow followed that with a 59-yard OHS touchdown later in the game. He ended the day with a personal-best 160 rushing Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Hall (17-87-0), Miller (12-75-1) yards and 234 all-purpose yards. His previous career best in all-purpose yards Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Miller (16-30-1-249-4) was 137 against Presbyterian last year. Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Smith (5-145-2), Stoneburner (3-44-2), Brown (3-31-0) • Zach Maynard finished 26-for-37 for 280 yards with a touchdown, an Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Shazier (13, 2 TFL, Sack), Barnett (10, TFL), Hankins (10, TFL, Sack) interception and a one-yard rushing touchdown. The completions were a career high. It was also Maynard’s first rushing touchdown this season - fifth of his career - and the first since last year at Arizona State. Maynard spread the ball around, throwing to eight different receivers. • Keenan Allen moved up to sixth all-time at Cal in career receptions with 164 after his nine grabs for 80 yards against the Buckeyes to pace the Bears. Na’il Benjamin is fifth with 165, Brian Treggs is fourth with 167 and Bobby Show is third with 180. Midway through the second quarter, he also registered his 2,000th-career receiving yard, and now has 2,049 for his career. Steve Rivera ranks 10th all time at Cal with 2,085 career receiving yards. Allen also had his first pass attempt since last year at Colorado. It went to Maynard for eight yards. For his career, Allen is 3-for-3 with 52 yards passing. • Chris Harper hauled in a 19-yard touchdown reception - his second of the season - in the first quarter. He finished with three catches for 32 yards and the score. • C.J. Anderson had a career-high four receptions for 65 yards. On the ground, Anderson carried the ball four times for 13 yards. Isi Sofele posted 21 rushes for 86 yards, including a season-best 26-yarder. • After losing the time of possession battle the last two weeks, the Bears had the ball for 35:10 compared to 24:50 for Ohio State. • Darius Powe made his first career catch in the first quarter. He later hauled in a 36-yard reception in the third quarter. • Keni Kaufusi earned his second career forced fumble on the last play of the first quarter. He and Brennan Scarlett picked up their second career tackles for loss, as well. Todd Barr also registered a tackle for loss. • Alex Logan was Cal’s leading tackler with a personal-best seven takedowns. Michael Lowe also tied his career high in tackles with five. • Steve Williams caught his fourth career interception, first of this season.

Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field Goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

0 of 2 2-3 2-3 0-3 0-0 4-4 0-3

OHS 14 163 249 16-30-1 412 63 6.5 1-0 12-106 11-101 40.9 6-388 1-2-0 2-42-0 1-38-0 0-0-0 0 24:50 5 of 15 0 of 0 2-2 2-2 0-2 6-50 3-4 0-0

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

2012 Game Summaries
September 22, 2012 • TV: Pac-12 Networks • Attendance: 83,421

Game 4 at No. 13 USC 27, Cal 9

Score by Quarters Cal USC

1 0 7

2 3 10

3 6 0

4 0 10

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Score 9 27

LOS ANGELES – Matt Barkley passed for 192 yards and threw two Qtr Time Scoring Play, Drive 7:54 USC – Reed 33 yd run (Heidari kick), 6-71 2:49 touchdown passes to Marqise Lee, and No. 13 USC bounced back from its 1st 2nd 10:15 CAL – D’Amato 24 yd field goal 15-60, 5:13 first loss with a 27-9 victory over Cal on Saturday. 7:01 USC – Lee 11 yd pass from Barkley (Heidari kick), 6-75 3:14 Keenan Allen had nine catches for 93 yards for the Bears, who managed 0:03 USC – Heidari 40 yd field goal, 11-57 2:32 11:56 CAL – D’Amato 26 yd field goal 9-66, 3:04 just 250 total yards and couldn’t get into the Coliseum end zone, failing to 3rd 7:58 CAL – D’Amato 35 yd field goal 10-40, 3:36 build on an encouraging effort in last week’s narrow loss at Ohio State. 4th 14:10 USC – Heidari 41 yd field goal 12-69, 5:55 Cal’s defense could feel good about shutting down All-America receiver 5:56 USC – Lee 3 yd pass from Barkley (Heidari kick), 14-75 6:22 Robert Woods and managing two interceptions against Barkley, who couldn’t beat the Bears on any long downfield throws. Team Statistics At least kicker Vincenzo D’Amato shook off last week’s struggles at Ohio Cal FIRST DOWNS 21 State to hit three field goals for Cal. 77 D’Amato, who missed three field goal attempts in Columbus last week, NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING 173 missed an early 35-yard try at the Coliseum, but hit his second attempt. Completions-Attempts-Int 18-34-2 250 USC appeared to be in position to take control after Lee’s TD catch capped TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays 70 a sharp drive early in the second quarter, but Barkley threw his second inAverage Gain Per Play 3.6 terception on a tipped pass deep in Cal territory shortly before halftime. The Fumbles: Number Lost 1-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 7-54 Trojans added a late field goal for a 17-3 lead. PUNTS-YARDS 4-172 Cal pulled within 17-9 midway through the third quarter, and McNeal’s Average Yards Per Punt 43.0 fumble led to a drive deep into USC territory – but Cal burned two timeouts KICKOFFS-YARDS 4-260 2-15-0 on the drive before T.J. McDonald picked off Maynard’s throw at the 7. After Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD 3-66-0 Andre Heidari made his second field goal and the USC defense forced an- Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD 2-0-0 other three-and-out, the Trojans embarked on their clock-consuming drive. Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD 0-0-0

Scoring Summary

0-7 3-7 3 - 14 3 - 17 6 - 17 9 - 17 9 - 20 9 - 27

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Notes

• With today’s 27-9 USC victory, the Trojans extended their winning streak over Cal to nine games. • Jeff Tedford’s record is now 6-5 in conference openers. Today’s game marked the fourth consecutive conference opener that the Golden Bears played on the road. • Today’s game is the only regular-season contest that Cal will play on natural grass. In 2011, all but two of the Bears’ games were played on natural grass. • With his 9 receptions on the day, Keenan Allen moved up to fourth all time Individual Stat Leaders Cal at Cal in career receptions with 173. Brian Treggs, father of Cal freshman Bryce Treggs, is third on the list with 180 catches. Allen also cracked Cal’s top 10 in Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Anderson (5-32-0) , Bigelow (4-31-0), Sofele (8-16-0) career receiving yards. He posted 94 yards against USC to give him 2,143 yards Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Maynard (18-33-2-173-0) for his career, which ranks ninth in school history. Allen passed both Steve Rivera Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Allen (9-93-0), Wark (2-26-0), Treggs (1-17-0) Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Anthony (13, TFL), Hill (9, FF, PBU), Forbes (8, TFL), Mullins (8, FR) (2,085, 1973-75) and Sean Dawkins (2,124, 1990-92) today. USC • Keenan Allen extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to 28 - every game he’s played in at Cal. Heading into today’s action, the streak Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Redd (21-158-1), McNeal (10-115-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Barkley (22-34-2-192-2) ranked tied for eighth nationally and tied for first in the Pac-12. • Marc Anthony set a career high with 13 tackles. He entered the game with a Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Lee (11-94-2), Woods (5-30-0) best of 10 at Oregon State in 2010. The 13 sets a season best for a Cal player Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Dawson (9), McDonald (9, INT, PBU), Bailey (8) this year, ahead of Steve Williams, Josh Hill and Robert Mullins, who all had 12 stops in the opener vs. Nevada. • Steve Williams became Cal’s active leader in interceptions with the fifth of his career on the first drive of the game. It was his second of the season. J.P. Hurrell secured his first career interception on a tipped pass with four minutes remaining in the first half. • Cal’s active career leader in tackles for loss, Deandre Coleman, secured his 12th career tackle for loss. • For the second time in his career, Vincenzo D’Amato made three field goals (also vs. Southern Utah, Sept. 8, 2012). He was 3-for-4 on the day. • Jacob Wark had a personal-best 26 yards receiving on two catches, second to Allen among the Bears.

Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field Goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

0 28:32 3 of 14 1 of 2 3-5 0-5 3-5 0-0 0-0 3-4

USC 29 296 192 22-34-2 488 74 6.6 2-1 8-65 2-86 43.0 6-336 2-6-0 2-41-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0 31:28 5 of 12 1 of 2 3-4 2-4 1-4 9-56 3-3 2-2

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

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2012 Game Summaries
September 29, 2012 • TV: FX • Attendance: 51,634

Game 5 Arizona State 27, at Cal 17

Score by Quarters Arizona State Cal

1 7 0

2 10 7

3 3 3

4 7 7

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Score 27 17

BERKELEY – Taylor Kelly threw three touchdown passes to help Arizona Qtr Time Scoring Play, Drive 1st 7:11 ASU – Rogers 1 yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte kick), 9-67 3:25 State send California to a 1-4 start with a 27-17 victory on Saturday. yd run (D’Amato kick), 3-76, The Sun Devils, who lead the Pac-12 in scoring and total defense, ha- 2nd 13:06 CAL – Sofele 24 28 yd field goal, 12-52 4:28 1:01 6:08 ASU – Garoutte rassed Zach Maynard all afternoon, proving they can be just effective against 0:53 ASU – Ozier 9 yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte kick), 9-37 2:18 4:28 ASU – Garoutte 33 yd field goal 9-51, 2:12 a starting quarterback after feasting on backups the previous three weeks. 3rd 1:12 CAL – D’Amato 35 yd field goal 9-58, 3:10 Maynard finished 9 for 28 for 126 yards with a touchdown. Isi Sofele 4th 9:33 CAL – Allen 10 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick), 8-80, 1:52 rushed for 105 yards and scored his second touchdown of the season. Cal’s 6:17 ASU – Ozier 22 yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte kick), 9-74 3:10 standout wide receiver Keenan Allen hauled in four catches for 79 yards and a touchdown, including a season-best 44-yard reception. Allen moved up to Team Statistics seventh in career receiving yards at Cal, now with 2,221. He surpassed Na’il ASU FIRST DOWNS 29 Benjamin and Wesley Walker today. 116 Kelly completed 26 of 45 passes for 292 yards, but Arizona State was NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING 293 unable to pull away. The Sun Devils settled for field goal attempts on five Completions-Attempts-Int 27-46-0 409 drives deep into Cal territory. Alex Garoutte made only two of them, hitting the TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays 94 upright on a 39-yard try in the third quarter and having a 37-yarder blocked Average Gain Per Play 4.4 by Nick Forbes early in the fourth to keep the lead at 20-10. Fumbles: Number Lost 3-0 1-15 Cal responded with an 80-yard scoring drive that featured a career-best Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS 6-255 44-yard run by C.J. Anderson and a 10-yard TD pass from Maynard to Allen, Average Yards Per Punt 43.0 to make it 20-17. KICKOFFS-YARDS 6-342 2-22-0 Kelly coolly led Arizona State on 74-yard drive, completing 4 of 5 passes for Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD 3-66-0 45 yards, capped by a 22-yarder to Ozier to make it 27-17 with 6:17 to play. Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD 0-0-0 Cal went three-and-out on its next possession before punting and then Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD 1-0-0 0 through three incomplete passes and took a sack in its final drive inside the Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 35:41 last two minutes of the game. Third-Down Conversions 9 of 20 Cal’s first quarter touchdown took only 1:01 off the clock and covered 76 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 4-7 yards in three plays, starting with a 44-yard pass from Maynard to Allen. Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns 2-7 After an 8-yard pass play to Bryce Treggs, Sofele scampered 24 yards up Field Goals 2-7 the middle to tie the game at 7-7. Sacks By: Number-Yards 7-54 3-3 The Sun Devils scored early in the first quarter on Rogers’ first catch of the PAT Kicks 2-5 season, a 1-yarder from Kelly. Garoutte made a 28-yard field goal later in the Field Goals quarter before the Sun Devils capitalized on a fumble by Sofele late in the first half to score on Kelly’s 9-yard pass to Ozier with 53 seconds remaining. Individual Stat Leaders

Scoring Summary

7-0 7-7 10 - 7 17 - 7 20 - 7 20 - 10 20 - 17 27 - 17

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Cal 17 159 126 9-28-0 285 66 4.3 3-1 12-119 9-376 43.0 4-253 2-10-0 6-99-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 24:19 4 of 15 0 of 1 2-2 1-2 1-2 3-23 2-2 1-1

Notes

• With today’s 27-17 Arizona State victory, Cal fell to 1-4, 0-2 on the season. It was the first time the Sun Devils beat the Golden Bears in five years and only the second time in Jeff Tedford’s tenure at Cal. It was also the first time ASU beat Cal at Memorial Stadium since 1997. • Keenan Allen hauled in four catches for 79 yards and a touchdown on the day. The receiving touchdown was his second of the season and the 13th of his career, which ties him for eighth all-time at Cal. His first catch of the day was good for 44 yards, a season high. • Allen now has 177 career receptions. That total ranks fourth all-time at Cal and is three shy of Bobby Shaw’s third-place total of 180. He also has 2,221 career receiving yards, which ranks seventh all-time at Cal, as he passed Na’il Benjamin and Wesley Walker today. Marvin Jones is sixth with 2,270 career receiving yards while Brian Treggs and Dameane Douglas are tied for fourth with 2,335 yards each. • Allen also extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to 29 every game he’s played in at Cal. Heading into today’s action, the streak ranked tied for eighth nationally and tied for first in the Pac-12. • On Cal’s first drive of the game, Isi Sofele rattled off a season-high 32-yard rush. On Cal’s second drive, Sofele reached 2,000-career rushing yards. He now has 2,075 for his career. On the day, he finished with 15 carries for 105 yards and his second touchdown run of the season - 13th of his career. He also posted his seventh career 100-yard rushing performance - second this season - which ranks 10th all-time in school history. • C.J. Anderson had a career-long 44-yard rush to set up Allen’s touchdown reception in the fourth quarter. He finished with 78 yards on eight carries. • Avery Sebastian notched a career-high 15 tackles, the most since D.J. Holt (at Nevada), Chris Conte (at USC) and Mike Mohamed (vs. Oregon) tallied 16 each in 2010. The total included his first career tackle for loss. • Todd Barr and Brennan Scarlett notched their third and second career sacks, respectively. Michael Lowe chipped in a personal-best nine tackles and Jalen Jefferson tied his career high in tackles with nine, as well. • Nick Forbes blocked a field goal attempt in the fourth quarter, Cal’s first blocked field goal this season. The last time Cal blocked a field goal was by Rulon Davis against Washington State on Sept. 6, 2008. • Cal’s one penalty for 15 yards was the lowest in the Pac-12 this season in both categories

ASU Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Marshall (17-69-0) , Grice (10-47-0), Miles (2-14-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Kelly (26-45-0-292-3) Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Ross (7-84-0), Foster (5-63-0), Coyle (4-37-0) Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Johnson (9, PBU), Sutton (8, 4 TFL, 2 SCK, FF), Magee (8, 0.5 SCK), Bradford (7, 1.5 TFL, 1.0 SCK, PBU, FF) Cal Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Sofele (15-105-1) , Anderson (8-78-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Maynard (9-28-0-126-1) Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Allen (4-79-1), Treggs (2-22-0), Rodgers (2-14-0) Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Sebastian (14), Anthony (9, 2.0 TFL, PBU), Lowe (8), Jefferson (8)

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

2012 Game Summaries
October 6, 2012 • TV: Pac-12 Networks • Attendance: 57,643

Game 6 at Cal 43, No. 25 UCLA 17

Score by Quarters UCLA Cal

1 7 3

2 0 13

3 7 13

4 3 14

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Score 17 43

passes and added a fifth score on the ground and California forced a season-high six turnovers to defeat No. 25 UCLA, 43-17. Richard Rodgers caught seven passes for 129 yards, both career bests, while Keenan Allen caught a pair of touchdowns and finished with eight receptions to move into third place on Cal’s career list and also had a career-high-tying two touchdown catches. Maynard, who completed only 9 of 28 passes in last week’s loss to Arizona State, was almost flawless against UCLA. He completed 13 consecutive throws during one stretch in the second half and finished 25 of 30 for 295 yards. The Bears’ senior quarterback also scored on a 1-yard keeper in the fourth quarter following a 57-yard interception return by safety Michael Lowe. UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley threw four interceptions, three by Bears cornerback Kameron Jackson that were the first three of his career. The Bruins, who had only one turnover in their previous two games, also fumbled twice. C.J. Anderson rushed for a career-high 151 yards, 68 on a touchdown run in the fourth quarter to extend Cal’s lead to 26 points. Anderson’s 151 rushing yards on the night were the most since Brendan Bigelow amassed 160 earlier this season at Ohio State. Following a 26-yard field goal by Vincenzo D’Amato, his fifth straight make, Cal later took the lead on Maynard’s 5-yard touchdown pass to Anderson midway through the second quarter. Maynard got the drive started with a 42-yard completion to tight end Rodgers then capped it with the throw to Anderson, who beat safety Tevin McDonald on an slant pattern. Five plays after a UCLA fumble, Maynard connected with Allen for an 8-yard touchdown on an inside slant play similar to the one run by Anderson. Maynard threw touchdowns on Cal’s first two drives in the second half to push the lead to 29-14.

BERKELEY – Zach Maynard matched his career high with four touchdown Qtr
1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Scoring Summary
Time
10:44 4:09 8:33 2:52 12:33 10:16 5:58 14:31 6:32 1:32 UCLA – Marsh 4 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 7-28 2:09 CAL – D’Amato 26 yd field goal 16-66, 6:35 CAL – Anderson 5 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick), 8-67 3:21 CAL – Allen 8 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick), 5-34 1:14 CAL – Bigelow 32 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick), 1-32 0:09 UCLA – Fauria 3 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 7-74 2:12 CAL – Allen 34 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick), 9-75, 4:18 UCLA – Fairbairn 42 yd field goal, 13-77 3:36 CAL – Maynard 1 yd run (D’Amato kick), 4-27 1:25 CAL – Anderson 68 yd run (D’Amato kick), 5-85 2:50

Scoring Play, Drive

7-0 7-3 7 - 10 7 - 16 7 - 23 14 - 23 14 - 29 17 - 29 17 - 36 17 - 43

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Team Statistics
FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field Goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals UCLA 26 128 253 31-47-4 381 81 4.7 3-2 12-99 3-118 39.3 4-260 1-12-0 6-141-0 1-2-0 0-0-0 0 29:35 8 of 16 0 of 0 3-5 2-5 1-5 4-20 2-2 1-2 Cal 24 185 295 25-30-1 480 72 6.7 3-2 10-100 3-126 42.0 8-504 1-20-0 1-15-0 4-57-0 0-0-0 0 30:25 6 of 11 0 of 0 4-5 3-5 1-5 6-38 4-6 1-1

Notes

• With the 43-17 California victory over No. 25 UCLA, Jeff Tedford continued his streak of not losing to UCLA at Memorial Stadium during his tenure at Cal. The last time the Bruins won at Memorial Stadium was in 1998. The last time the Bears beat a top-25 team before tonight was in 2009 when Cal beat then-No. 14 Stanford, 34-28. The Golden Bears are 63-5 when scoring 30 points and 42-2 when scoring 40 points. • Keenan Allen hauled in eight catches for 79 yards and two touchdown receptions. The receiving touchdowns were his third and fourth of the season and the 14th and 15th of his career. He is tied for seventh all-time at Cal in career touchdowns. • Allen now has 185 career receptions. That total ranks third all-time at Cal, as he passed Bobby Shaw tonight. He is 10 receptions away from Dameane Douglas for second (195), and Geoff McArthur is first with 202. He also has 2,300 career receiving yards, which ranks sixth all-time at Cal, as he passed Marvin Jones today. Brian Treggs and Dameane Douglas are tied for fourth with 2,335 career receiving yards and DeSean Jackson is third with 2,423 receiving yards. • Allen also extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to 30 - every game he’s played in at Cal. Heading into today’s action, the streak ranked tied for eighth nationally and tied for first in the Pac-12. • Zach Maynard tied his career high with four touchdown passes, two of which went to Allen. It was the first time he threw four touchdowns in a regulation contest, and also added a rushing TD, making him responsible for five touchdowns for the first time in his career. The only other time he threw for four touchdowns was in the overtime win at Colorado last season. He ended the contest completing 25 of 30 passes for a seasonhigh 295 yards with an interception along with the four passing TDs. • Richard Rodgers enjoyed a career day, catching seven passes for 129 yards, his first career 100-yard performance. In the fourth quarter, he racked up a career-high 50-yard reception. In the second quarter, he collected a 42-yard reception. • C.J. Anderson snagged his first touchdown reception of the season - second of his career - for Cal’s first touchdown of the night in the second quarter. In the fourth quarter, he secured his second touchdown of this season - 10th of his career - that came on a personal-best 68-yard run. Anderson finished the day with a career high in carries (21) and rushing yards (151). The 100-yard performance was the first of his career. • Earning his first career start, Brendan Bigelow hauled in his first receiving touchdown, good for 32 yards. It was his fourth career score. • Kameron Jackson notched his first career interception right before halftime, and then grabbed his second and third INTs in the fourth quarter. The last time a Cal player had two or more interceptions was Sean Cattouse against Presbyterian last year. • Michael Lowe earned his first career interception and returned it 42 yards. It was one of six turnovers Cal’s defense forced on the night. The last time the Cal defense forced five or more turnovers was against Colorado in 2010. • Vincenzo D’Amato has made his last five consecutive field goals, including a 26-yarder tonight in his only attempt. The drive that ended with D’Amato’s field goal was the Bears’ longest drive of the season (16 plays) that lasted a season-high 6:35.

Individual Stat Leaders
UCLA Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Franklin (15-102-0) , James (4-14-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Hundley (31-47-4-253-2) Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Evans (7-68-0), James (6-41-0), Payton (3-41-0) Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Kendricks (14, TFL), Barr (8, TFL, SCK, FF), Marsh (8, 2 TFL, FF, FR, PBU) Cal Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Anderson (21-151-1) , Sofele (5-21-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Maynard (25-30-1-295-4) Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Allen (8-79-2), Rodgers (7-129-0), Treggs (4-29-0) Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Jefferson (10, 0.5 TFL, 0.5 SCK), Forbes (10, TFL, FF, FR, SCK), Lowe (9, INT)

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October 13, 2012 • TV: Pac-12 Networks • Attendance: 27,339

Game 7 Cal 31, at Washington State 17

Score by Quarters Cal WSU

1 7 0

2 7 3

3 10 7

4 7 7

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Score 31 17

ran for another as California beat Washington State 31-17 on Saturday night. C.J. Anderson rushed for two touchdowns as the Golden Bears (3-4, 2-2 Pac12) earned their eighth straight win over the Cougars. Cal got a balanced ground attack from Anderson, Brendan Bigelow and Maynard, who each rushed for more than 50 yards. As a team, Cal rushed for over 300 yards (318) for the first time since 2010 and produced over 500 yards of total offense (507) for the third time this season. The Bears held Washington State to just 36 rushing yards for the game. The Bears scored first, after Michael Lowe’s interception gave Cal the ball on its own 25. On the third play, Maynard connected with his brother, Keenan Allen, on a short pass that turned into a 69-yard touchdown reception and a 7-0 Bears lead late in the first quarter. WSU’s Andrew Furney’s 20-yard field goal to cut Cal’s lead to 7-3 in the second quarter. Cal responded with a 75-yard drive, and Anderson ran over from the 4 to give the Bears a 14-3 lead that they held at the end of the first half. Cal marched 71 yards on the opening drive of the second half, with Maynard running over from the 1-yard line for a 21-3 lead. Washington State came back with a 75-yard drive, with Tuel passing 8 yards to Brett Bartolone for a touchdown to narrow Cal’s lead to 21-10 with 6:42 left in the third. That broke a string of six quarters in which WSU had not scored a touchdown. Vincenzo D’Amato hit a 52-yard field goal to lift Cal to a 24-10 lead with 2:02 left in the third. Furney missed a 43-yarder for WSU early in the fourth quarter. Anderson added a 29-yard touchdown run for a 31-10 lead. Cal’s Steve Williams hauled in his sixth career interception and his third this season. In the last two games, Cal has posted six interceptions.

PULLMAN, Wash. – Quarterback Zach Maynard threw for a touchdown and Qtr
1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Scoring Summary
Time
5:55 10:14 6:35 10:58 6:42 2:02 10:27 7:09 CAL – Allen 69 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick), 3-75 1:12 WSU – Furney 20 yd field goal 16-86, 6:02 CAL – Anderson 4 yd run (D’Amato kick), 9-75 3:39 CAL – Maynard 1 yd run (D’Amato kick), 9-71 3:57 WSU – Bartolone 8 yd pass from Tuel (Furney kick), 10-75 4:16 CAL – D’Amato 52 yd field goal, 6-28 2:04 CAL – Anderson 29 yd run (D’Amato kick), 7-74, 3:12 WSU – Bartolone 6 yd pass from Tuel (Furney kick), 9-75 3:18

Scoring Play, Drive

7-0 7-3 14 - 3 21 - 3 21 - 10 24 - 10 31 - 10 31 - 17

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Team Statistics
FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field Goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Cal 25 318 189 14-23-2 507 73 6.9 0-0 8-91 4-182 45.5 6-378 2-14-0 3-67-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0 30:59 6 of 12 0 of 0 2-3 2-3 0-3 3-17 4-4 1-1 WSU 23 36 384 33-63-2 420 81 5.2 2-0 5-30 4-155 38.8 4-253 0-0-0 2-48-0 2-6-0 0-0-0 0 29:01 5 of 16 2 of 4 3-4 2-4 1-4 0-0 2-2 1-2

Notes

• With today’s 31-17 California victory over Washington State, Jeff Tedford continued his winning streak against the Cougars, which now stands at eight. The last time Cal lost to Washington State was in 2002. Tonight’s win also marked Tedford’s 50th career conference victory at Cal. • The Golden Bears are 64-5 when scoring 30 points in the Tedford era. • Keenan Allen hauled in 11 catches for 166 yards and a season-high 69-yard touchdown reception. It was his first 100-yard receiving performance of the season and the seventh of his career, which ranks fifth all time at Cal. The 11 catches gave Allen his first double-digit reception game this season. The receiving touchdown was the fifth of the season and the 16th of his career. He is seventh all-time at Cal in career touchdowns. The touchdown also marked the first time this season that Cal scored first. • Allen now has 196 career receptions. That total ranks second all-time at Cal, as he passed Dameane Douglas tonight. He is just six receptions away from Geoff McArthur with 202. He also has 2,466 career receiving yards, which ranks third all-time at Cal. Bobby Shaw is second with 2,731 and Geoff McArthur is first with 3,188. • Allen also extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to 31 - every game he’s played in at Cal. Heading into today’s action, the streak ranked tied for eighth nationally and tied for first in the Pac-12. • Zach Maynard completed 14 of 23 passes for 189 yards with a touchdown pass, a rushing touchdown and two interceptions. He set a new personal best in rushing yards with 78 on 10 carries. He also rushed for his seventh career rushing touchdown, third in 2012. • C.J. Anderson punched in his team-leading third and fourth rushing touchdowns this season - 11th and 12th of his career - and ended the night with 112 yards on 15 carries. It was his second career 100-yard performance, as he also went over 100 yards last week against UCLA. Anderson is the second Cal player to score two rushing touchdowns in a game this season (Brendan Bigelow vs. Ohio State). Anderson is Cal’s leading rusher on the season with 498 yards. Tonight marked the third game that Anderson led Cal in rushing. • Anderson, Sofele and Bigelow have now combined for 1,000 rushing yards this season. The trio, along with Maynard, each rushed for at least 50 yards tonight. • Vincenzo D’Amato connected on a career-long 52-yard field goal in the third quarter. He has now made his last six consecutive field goal attempts. • Cal posted 500 yards of total offense (507) for the third time this season. The Bears also produced 318 rushing yards. The last time Cal rushed for over 300 yards as a team was against UCLA in 2010 (304). In the last three games, the Cal rushing attack is averaging 220 yards per game. • Steve Williams secured his third interception of the season - sixth of his career - in the first quarter. He is Cal’s active career and season leader in that category. Williams also set a new career high with four pass breakups, giving him 22 for his career with ranks tied for 10th all time at Cal. • Michael Lowe caught his second career interception, and his second in as many weeks. As a team, the Bears have secured six interceptions in the last two games.

Individual Stat Leaders
Cal Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Anderson (15-112-2) , Maynard (10-78-1), Sofele (14-63-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Maynard (14-23-2-189-1) Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Allen (11-166-1), Harper (1-9-0), Wark (1-7-0), Rodgers (1-7-0) Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Williams (5.5, INT, 4 PBU), Jefferson (5), Hill (4.5) WSU Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Brooks (1-40-0) , Caldwell (4-24-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Tuel (29-53-0-320-2), Halliday (4-10-2-64-0) Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Myers (8-108-0), Bartolone (6-44-2), Wilson (4-87-0) Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Bucannon (10.5), Locker (7.5), Carpenter (6, INT)

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

2012 Game Summaries
October 20, 2012 • TV: FOX • Attendance: 61,024

Game 8 Stanford 21, at Cal 3

Score by Quarters Stanford Cal

1 7 0

2 14 3

3 0 0

4 0 0

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475 to 217 yards, outrushed them 252 to 3 yards and beat Cal, 21-3. Stepfan Taylor ran for a career-high 189 yards and a touchdown, Josh Nunes completed 16 of 31 passes for 214 yards and a score and the Cardinal coasted to victory. Cal (3-5, 2-3) had not scored so few points in the Big Game since losing 10-3 in 1998. Zach Maynard was sacked four times, the Bears fumbled three times losing two of them - and had another interception of Nunes wiped out by a penalty. Scrambling for yards on the game’s opening possession, Nunes fumbled and Deandre Coleman recovered at the Cal 47. On the ensuing drive, Chase Thomas jarred the ball loose from Maynard on third down and forced the Bears to punt. On the ensuing drive, Taylor shook two defenders at the line of scrimmage, cut outside and sliced back up the middle for a 7-yard touchdown run to give Stanford a 7-0 lead late in the first quarter. Starting out of a power formation, Ertz broke free for a short catch and ran 68 yards down the sideline. Fellow tight end Levine Toilolo followed with a 9-yard touchdown pass from backup Kevin Hogan - normally just a read-option quarterback - to put the Cardinal ahead 14-3 on the first throw of his career. The Bears lost 2 yards on three plays - all runs - after Keenan Allen returned a punt 29 yards and Brendan Bigelow took a short slant for a 31-yard gain to Stanford’s 2. They settled for a 21-yard field goal by Vincenzo D’Amato. Bigelow also fumbled early in the second quarter to end another Cal drive, and a pass interference penalty on Steve Williams wiped out an interception. And after a video review, officials ruled that Jordan Richards stripped Allen before the wide receiver went down and Stanford’s Devon Carrington recovered. Nunes found Ertz on the next play for a 20-yard touchdown pass to give Stanford a 21-3 lead and quiet the crowd, other than the small smattering of boos fans mixed in on occasion. Stanford stuffed Isi Sofele on fourth-and-1 from the Cal 44 early in the fourth quarter, a play that essentially put the game away. Marc Anthony stepped in front of a pass by Nunes for an interception on the following possession and returned it to the Cal 10. But the Bears’ best drive of the game then ended when Wayne Lyons tip-toed the sideline to intercept Maynard’s pass at the Stanford 3. Maynard completed 19 of 31 passes for 214 yards - most with the game already decided. Allen, one of the nation’s best receivers, was held to four catches for 43 yards.

BERKELEY – The No. 22 Cardinal (5-2, 3-1 Pac-12) outgained the Bears Qtr
1st 2nd

Scoring Summary
Time
4:42 13:47 12:12 8:15

Scoring Play, Drive

Stan – Taylor 7 yd run (Williamson kick), 6-34 2:25 Cal – D’Amato 21 yd field goal 6-21, 2:59 Stan – Toilolo 9 yd pass from Nunes (Williamson kick), 3-75 1:35 Stan – Ertz 20 yd pass from Nunes (Williamson kick), 1-20 0:05

7-0 7-3 14 - 3 21 - 3

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Team Statistics
FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field Goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Stan 23 252 223 17-32-1 475 78 6.1 2-1 9-90 5-169 33.8 4-256 3-53-0 0-0-0 1-2-0 1-7-0 0 36:58 4 of 14 1 of 2 3-5 3-5 0-5 4-24 3-3 0-2 Cal 12 3 214 19-31-1 217 59 3.7 3-2 5-63 8-320 40.0 2-128 1-29-0 4-96-0 1-3-0 0-0-0 0 23:02 1 of 14 2 of 4 1-2 0-2 1-2 1-1 0-0 1-1

Individual Stat Leaders
Stan Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Taylor (28-189-1) , Wilkerson (6-22-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Nunes (16-31-1-214-1) Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Ertz (6-134-1), Patterson (3-19-0), Terrell (2-45-0) Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Thomas (7, 3 TFL, FF, FR, SCK), Tarpley (6, PBU), Skov (5, 2 TFL, SCK) Cal Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Sofele (10-13-0) , Anderson (7-5-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Maynard (19-31-1-214-0) Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Harper (4-82-0), Allen (4-43-0), Treggs (4-16-0) Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Forbes (13), Hill (11, PBU), McCain (7, TFL)

Notes

• Jeff Tedford fell to 7-4 against the Cardinal in the Big Game. He is tied with the legendary Pappy Waldorf for the most wins against Stanford at Cal. • Chris Harper led Cal in receiving for the second time this season, posting four catches for 82 yards. He also notched a season-high 29-yard reception. Three of his four catches were good for 20 or more yards, and he compiled three of the four grabs in the fourth quarter. • Keenan Allen hauled in four catches for 43 yards. Allen now has 200 career receptions. That total ranks second all-time at Cal, as he is just two receptions away from Geoff McArthur with 202. He also has 2,509 career receiving yards, which ranks third all-time at Cal. Bobby Shaw is second with 2,731 and Geoff McArthur is first with 3,188. • Allen also extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to 32 - every game he’s played in at Cal. Heading into today’s action, the streak ranked tied for eighth nationally and tied for first in the Pac-12. • Brendan Bigelow returned a kick return for a season-high 40 yards. He also hauled in a 31-yard reception - one yard shy of his personal best - that led to Cal’s field goal. He added a second catch to end the game with 40 receiving yards. • Vincenzo D’Amato made his seventh consecutive field goal in the second quarter. He has now been good on 11 of his 16 attempts this season. • On the opening drive of the game, Robert Mullins forced his second career fumble that was recovered by Deandre Coleman, the second recovery of his career. • In the fourth quarter, Marc Anthony picked off his fifth career interception and his second this season. In the last three games, the Bears have registered seven interceptions. • Josh Hill ended the game with 11 tackles, second to Nick Forbes’ game high of 13, which was a personal best for him. • Cole Leininger booted eight punts for an average of 40.0, including a 56-yarder. Three of his punts were inside the 20. • The 217 yards of total offense were the lowest for the Bears this season. The previous low in 2012 was 250 at USC. Cal finished the game with three rushing yards as a team. The last time the Bears were held to less than 10 rushing yards was against Texas in the Holiday Bowl last year (7).

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

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2012 Game Summaries
October 27, 2012 • TV: Pac-12 Networks • Attendance: 45,017

Game 9 at Utah 49, Cal 27

Score by Quarters Cal Utah

1 3 14

2 3 14

3 7 14

4 14 7

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Score 27 49

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Reggie Dunn set a school record with two Qtr Time Scoring Play, Drive 12:49 Stan – Taylor 7 yd run (Williamson kick), 6-34 2:25 100-yard kickoff returns, and Utah’s defense forced three turnovers in a 49- 1st 12:33 Cal – D’Amato 21 yd field goal 6-21, 2:59 27 victory over California. Keenan Allen hauled in five catches to becomes 2:13 Stan – Toilolo 9 yd pass from Nunes (Williamson kick), 3-75 1:35 Cal’s all-time career receptions leader, but the Bears could not overcome 2nd 14:52 Stan – Ertz 20 yd pass from Nunes (Williamson kick), 1-20 0:05 6:41 Cal – D’Amato 21 yd field goal 6-21, 2:59 a slow start. 0:22 Stan – Toilolo 9 yd pass from Nunes (Williamson kick), 3-75 1:35 Reggie Topps’ 17-yard fumble return for a touchdown gave Utah a 14-3 3rd 11:29 Stan – Ertz 20 yd pass from Nunes (Williamson kick), 1-20 0:05 lead with 2:13 left in the first quarter. The Utes led 28-6 at halftime after a 0:29 Cal – D’Amato 21 yd field goal 6-21, 2:59 0:00 Stan – Toilolo 9 yd pass from Nunes (Williamson kick), 3-75 1:35 5-yard TD run by freshman quarterback Travis Wilson. 4th 14:44 Stan – Ertz 20 yd pass from Nunes (Williamson kick), 1-20 0:05 In his third start, Wilson completed 16 of 24 passes for 156 yards. 12:17 Cal – D’Amato 21 yd field goal 6-21, 2:59 Utah intercepted Zach Maynard once and sacked him four times. 1:18 Stan – Toilolo 9 yd pass from Nunes (Williamson kick), 3-75 1:35 Allen surpassed Geoff McArthur (202, 2000-04) to become Cal’s all-time receptions leader and now has 205 career catches, but he didn’t get on track until the game was well in hand. Team Statistics Cal Cal outgained Utah 441-344, but turnovers and penalties hurt the Bears, 19 who scored a pair of late touchdowns after being kept out of the end zone FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING 153 for seven straight quarters. NET YARDS PASSING 288 Completions-Attempts-Int 20-32-1 Utah’s defense, which held Oregon State to 228 yards in a road loss last TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 441 week, allowed Cal to average over 10 yards on its first four plays. Total Offense Plays 60 D’Amato added a 38-yarder, his ninth straight, in the second quarter. Average Gain Per Play 7.3 3-2 Cal finished with 153 yards rushing, but a huge chunk came on Brendan Fumbles: Number Lost 6-52 Bigelow’s 57-yard TD on the final play of the third quarter, when the Bears Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS 3-140 trailed 42-6. Average Yards Per Punt 46.7 5-306 Maynard finished 20 of 32 for 288 yards with two TDs and an interception. KICKOFFS-YARDS 0-0-0 Allen, meanwhile, needed just three catches to become Cal’s all-time Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD 4-76-0 receptions leader, but he didn’t catch his first pass until 10:52 remained in Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD 1-10-0 0-0-0 the third quarter. Five plays later, Lacy made a play against Allen to break Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards 0 up what would have been a 29-yard TD reception. Possession Time 22:22 Allen tied the all-time mark of 202 catches with 4:26 left in the third on a Third-Down Conversions 4 of 10 0 of 1 15-yard reception, but Maynard fumbled the ball away on the next play on Fourth-Down Conversions 2-2 a hit by Trevor Reilly. Allen broke the record on an 11-yard catch with 12:43 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns 1-2 remaining, and added a 23-yard TD reception on the next play with 12:17 to go. Field Goals 1-2

Scoring Summary

3-0 3-7 3 - 14 6 - 14 6 - 21 6 - 28 6 - 35 6 - 42 13 - 42 13 - 49 20 - 49 27 - 49

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Notes

• Utah has now defeated Cal in three of the last four meetings. The Bears lead the overall series, 5-4. • With an 11-yard catch in the fourth quarter, junior wide receiver Keenan Allen recorded the 203rd reception of his career, passing Geoff McArthur for Cal’s all-time career record. McArthur had 202 catches from 2000-04. Allen ended the night with 5 catches for 61 yards and a career total of 205 receptions. • Keenan Allen also extended his streak to 33 games with a catch - every game of his Cal career - with a nine-yard reception earlier in the third quarter. Heading into today’s action, the streak ranked eighth nationally and first in the Pac-12. • Freshman tight end Richard Rodgers had a career-long 51-yard reception late in the first quarter - one yard longer than his previous personal best, which he obtained against UCLA. He had his first career TD catch late in the fourth quarter, a 7-yarder. • Cornerback Steve Williams recorded his team-leading ninth pass break-up of the year on an attempt into the end zone. Williams now has 24 break-ups during his career, which ranks ninth in Cal history. • Tailback Brendan Bigelow had a his third touchdown run of at least 50 yards this season when he went 57 yards for a score at the end of the third quarter. Bigelow also had TD rushes of 81 and 59 yards at Ohio State. The last time a Cal running back had three rushes of 50 or more yards was Jahvid Best in 2009 (61, 73, 93). • Vincenzo D’Amato connected on two field goals against Utah to run his streak to nine consecutive makes. He had a 49-yarder in the first quarter and a 38-yarder early in the second quarter. D’Amato is now 13-for-18 on the year. • Freshman wide receiver Chris Harper matched his career high with seven catches. He also had seven against Southern Utah. • Despite the loss, Cal outgained Utah, 441 yards to 334. The Bears had 288 yards through the air and 153 on the ground. • Reggie Dunn’s 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown n the first quarter was the first against the Bears since James Rodgers of Oregon State went 86 for a score on Nov. 15, 2008, in Corvallis. Dunn had a second 100-yard TD KO return in the fourth quarter. • Cole Leininger has had a punt of at least 56 yards in three straight games. He had a 59-yarder in the first quarter vs. Utah. • Michael Lowe notched his third career interception in the third quarter. It was Cal’s eighth INT and 11th turnover in the last four games. • Maurice Harris had his first career catch in the fourth quarter, good for 24 yards.

Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

2-13 3-3 2-2

Utah 22 188 156 16-24-1 344 69 5.0 1-0 8-80 4-162 40.5 8-510 2-2-0 4-230-2 1-13-0 1-17-1 0 37:38 8 of 13 1 of 1 4-4 4-4 0-4 4-20 7-7 0-0

Individual Stat Leaders
Cal Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Bigelow (2-66-1), Sofele (12-47-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Maynard (20-32-1-288-2) Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Harper (7-86-0), Allen (5-61-1), Rodgers (3-76-1) Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Sebastian (10, TFL), Lowe (9, INT), Mullins (8, 1.5 TFL, 0.5 SCK) Utah Rushing (Rush, Yds TD): Sofele (10-13-0) , Anderson (7-5-0) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Maynard (19-31-1-214-0) Receiving (Rec-Yds TD): Harper (4-82-0), Allen (4-43-0), Treggs (4-16-0) Defense (Tackles Big Plays): Blechen (7, TFL, 2 PBU), Reilly (5, FF), Kruger (4, SCK)

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

The Last Time
California Team
Kickoff Return for TD ......... 88, Brendan Bigelow vs. Presbyterian, Sept. 17, 2011 Punt Return for TD ....................69, Keenan Allen vs. Southern Utah, Sept. 8, 2012 Interception Return for TD ............... 61, Marc Anthony vs. Southern Utah, Sept. 8, 2012 Fumble Return for TD .........................19, Trevor Guyton vs. Fresno State, Sept. 3, 2011 Scored 50+ Points .....................................50, vs. Southern Utah, Sept. 8, 2012 Back-To-Back 50+ Points .... 52 vs. UC Davis/52 vs. Colorado, Sept. 4-11, 2010 Shutout at home ................................................. vs. Arizona, Oct. 1, 2005 (28-0) Shutout at home (Pac-10) ................................. vs. Arizona, Oct. 1, 2005 (28-0) Shutout on road ..................................................at Arizona, Oct. 23, 2004 (38-0) Shutout on road (Pac-10) .................................. at Arizona, Oct. 23, 2004 (38-0) Overtime Game ........................................... at Colorado, Sept. 10, 2011 (36-33) 300+ yards rushing ..............................318, at Washington State, Oct. 13, 2012 400+ yards rushing .......................................431, vs. Washington, Dec. 6, 2008 <25 yards rushing .................................................. 3, vs. Stanford, Oct. 20, 2012 300+ yards passing ................................................ 321, at Oregon, Oct. 6, 2011 400+ yards passing .........................................423, at Maryland, Sept. 13, 2008 500+ yards passing ......................................503, vs. Arizona (4ot), Nov. 2, 2006 <100 yards passing ....................................... 92, vs. Washington, Nov. 27, 2010 500+ yards total offense ......................507, at Washington State, Oct. 13, 2012 600+ yards total offense .................. 611, vs. New Mexico State, Sept. 11, 2004 <200 yards total offense ........................................195, vs. Texas, Dec. 28, 2011 <150 yards total offense ..................................... 130, at Stanford, Nov. 20, 1999 Beat a Top 20 team at home ..............vs. No. 18 Arizona, Nov. 14, 2009 (24-16) Beat a Top 15 team at home ......... vs. No. 15 Tennessee, Sept. 1, 2007 (45-31) Beat a Top 10 team at home ............ vs. No. 3 USC, Sept. 27, 2003 (34-31, 3ot) Beat a Top 5 team at home .............. vs. No. 3 USC, Sept. 27, 2003 (34-31, 3ot) Beat a Top 20 team on the road .........at No. 14 Stanford, Nov. 21, 2009 (34-28) Beat a Top 15 team on the road .........at No. 14 Stanford, Nov. 21, 2009 (34-28) Beat a Top 10 team on the road ...........at No. 10 Indiana, Nov. 27, 1969 (17-14) Beat a Top 5 team on the road ...............at No. 3 Stanford, Nov. 24, 1951 (20-7) Forced 4 or more turnovers ........................................ 6, vs. UCLA, Oct. 6, 2012 Forced 5 or more turnovers ........................................ 6, vs. UCLA, Oct. 6, 2012 Had 4 or more interceptions .......................................4, at UCLA, Oct. 29, 2011 Had 5 or more interceptions ............................5, vs. Washington, Oct. 21, 2006 Had 0 TO ........................................................................ vs. Utah, Oct. 22, 2011 Rushed for 200+ yards ..............311, Jahvid Best vs. Washington, Dec. 6, 2008 Had a run of 50+ yards .................. 57, Brendan Bigelow at Utah, Oct. 27, 2012 Had a run of 75+ yards ....... 81, Brendan Bigelow at Ohio State, Sept. 15, 2012 Had 30+ rushing attempts ............ 42, Shane Vereen at Stanford, Nov. 21, 2009 Had 35+ rushing attempts ............ 42, Shane Vereen at Stanford, Nov. 21, 2009 Had 40+ rushing attempts ............ 42, Shane Vereen at Stanford, Nov. 21, 2009 Had 3+ TD rushes .......................... 3, Shane Vereen at Stanford, Nov. 21, 2009 Had 4+ TD rushes .......................... 5, Jahvid Best at Minnesota, Sept. 19, 2009 Had 5+ TD rushes .......................... 5, Jahvid Best at Minnesota, Sept. 19, 2009 Scored 4+ TDs................................ 5, Jahvid Best at Minnesota, Sept. 19, 2009 Punted the ball 70+ yards ............... 71, Bryan Anger vs Stanford, Nov 20, 2009 Kicked a 50+ yard FG ...... 52, Vincenzo D’Amato at Wash. State, Oct. 13, 2012 Made 3+ FG ................................. 3, Vincenzo D’Amato at USC, Sept. 22, 2012 Returned a blkd FG for a TD ..... Zack Follett @ Washington State, Sept. 6, 2008 (65 yards) Returned PAT for a score ..... Wendell Hunter at Southern Miss, Dec. 6, 2004 (blocked kick) Returned a blkd punt for a TD .........Chris Conte vs. Arizona State, Oct. 23, 2010 (17 yards)

California Individual Miscellaneous

Opponent Team
Kickoff Return for TD ............... 100, Reggie Dunn at Utah (twice), Oct. 27, 2012 Punt Return for TD ............................. 64, Cliff Harris vs. Oregon, Nov. 13, 2010 Interception Return for TD ..... 29, Justin Bethel vs. Presbyterian, Sept. 17, 2011 Fumble Return for TD ........................................ 17, Reggie Topps at Utah, Oct. 27, 2012 Scored 50+ Points ................................................ 52, at Nevada, Sept. 17, 2010 Shutout by at home ...............................vs. Arizona State, Sept. 25, 1982 (15-0) Shutout by at home (Pac-10)................ vs. Arizona State, Sept. 25, 1982 (15-0) Shutout by on road ........................................at Nebraska, Sept. 11, 1999 (45-0) Shutout by on road (Pac-10) .................................. at USC, Oct. 22, 1994 (61-0) Rushed for 300+ yards ........................................... 365, at Oregon, Oct. 6, 2011 Rushed for <25 yards ................................................ 13, vs. Utah, Oct. 22, 2011 Passed for 300+ yards ........................384, at Washington State, Oct. 13, 2012 Passed for 400+ yards ..................................... 474, at Colorado, Sept. 10, 2011 Passed for <100 yards ................................28, vs. Presbyterian, Sept. 17, 2011 Had 500+ yards total offense ................................. 563, at Oregon, Oct. 6, 2011 Had 600+ yards total offense ....................................602, at USC, Oct. 16, 2010 Had <200 yards total offense .................................. 178, vs. Utah, Oct. 22, 2011 Had <150 yards total offense ......................48, vs. Presbyterian, Sept. 17, 2011 Forced 4 or more turnovers .......................................5, vs. Texas, Dec. 28, 2011 Forced 5 or more turnovers .......................................5, vs. Texas, Dec. 28, 2011 Had 4 or more interceptions ........................................ 4, vs. UCLA, Oct. 6, 2012 Had 5 or more interceptions ............................. 5, at Arizona State, Nov. 7, 1998 Had 0 TO ........................................................ vs. Arizona State, Sept. 29, 2012 Rushed for 200+ yards ............ 239, LaMichael James, at Oregon, Oct. 6, 2011 Had a run of 50+ yards ..................... 62, Curtis McNeal, at USC, Sept. 22, 2012 Had a run of 75+ yards ............... 94, Casey Moore, vs. Stanford, Nov. 20, 1999 Had 30+ rushing attempts ..........34, Stefphon Jefferson, vs. Nevada, Sept. 1, 2012 Had 35+ rushing attempts ...42, Yvenson Bernard, vs. Oregon State, Oct. 15, 2005 Had 40+ rushing attempts ...42, Yvenson Bernard, vs. Oregon State, Oct. 15, 2005

Opponent Individual Rushing

California Individual Rushing

Opponent Individual Passing
Passed 300+ yards .............. 320, Jeff Tuel, at Washington State, Oct. 13, 2012 Passed for 350+ yards .............474, Tyler Hansen, at Colorado, Sept. 10, 2011 Passed for 400+ yards .............474, Tyler Hansen, at Colorado, Sept. 10, 2011 Had 30+ completions ............. 30, Jeff Tuel, at Washington State, Oct. 13, 2012 Had 50+ attempts .................. 53, Jeff Tuel, at Washington State, Oct. 13, 2012 Comp. a pass of 50+ yards ..................68, Nunes to Ertz, vs. Stanford, Oct. 20, 2012 Comp. a pass of 75+ yards . 78, Hansen to Richardson, at Colorado, Sept. 10, 2011 Had 4+ TD passes .....................4, Braxton Miller, at Ohio State, Sept. 15, 2012

California Individual Passing
Passed for 300+ yards ........349, Zach Maynard at Washington, Sept. 24, 2011 Passed for 350+ yards ..................423, Kevin Riley at Maryland, Sept. 13, 2008 Passed for 400+ yards ..................423, Kevin Riley at Maryland, Sept. 13, 2008 Passed for 500+ yards ..............503, Pat Barnes vs. Arizona, Nov. 2, 1996 (4ot) Had 30+ completions.......................33, Kevin Riley at Maryland, Sept. 13, 2008 Had 50+ attempts ............................58, Kevin Riley at Maryland, Sept. 13, 2008 Completed a pass of 50+ yards .................51, Maynard to Rodgers at Utah, Oct. 27, 2012 Completed a pass of 75+ yards 90, Maynard to Allen, at Washington, Sept. 24, 2011 Had 4+ TD passes ............................... 4, Zach Maynard vs. UCLA, Oct. 6, 2012

Opponent Individual Receiving
Had 10+ receptions ............................ 11, Marqise Lee, at USC, Sept. 22, 2012 Had 100+ yards receiving ................134, Zach Ertz, vs. Stanford, Oct. 20, 2012 Had 150+ yards receiving ....284, Paul Richardson, at Colorado, Sept. 10, 2011 Had 200+ yards receiving ....284, Paul Richardson, at Colorado, Sept. 10, 2011 Had 3+ TD catches ............................ 3, Ed Dickson, at Oregon, Sept. 26, 2009

California Individual Receiving
Had 10+ receptions ......... 11, Keenan Allen at Washington State, Oct. 13, 2012 Had 100+ yards receiving........166, Keenan Allen at Washington State, Oct. 13, 2012 Had 150+ yards receiving . 166, Keenan Allen at Washington State, Oct, 13, 2012 Had 3+ TD catches ................. 3, DeSean Jackson vs. Minnesota, Sept. 9, 2006

Opponent Individual Defense
Had 15+ tackles ..........................15, Delano Howell, at Stanford, Nov. 21, 2009 Had 20+ tackles ................. 20, Chester Burnett, vs. Arizona, Nov. 2, 1996 (4ot) Had 2+ interceptions ...................... 3, Tevin McDonald, at UCLA, Oct. 29, 2011 Had 5+ tackles for loss .........5.0, Eric Manning, at Oregon State, Oct. 26, 2002 Had 4+ sacks .................... 4.5, Derrick Rodgers, at Arizona State, Nov. 9, 1996 Blocked a punt ........................... Justin Bethel, vs. Presbyterian, Sept. 17, 2011 Blocked a field goal ................................Brian Blechen, vs. Utah, Oct. 22, 2011 Recorded a safety ............................... Team, vs. Southern Miss, Aug. 30, 2003

California Individual Defense
Had 15+ tackles........................ 15.0, Sean Cattouse vs Stanford, Nov 20, 2010 Had 20+ tackles...............................22.0, Jerrott Willard vs. USC, Oct. 30, 1993 Had 2+ interceptions ................... 3, Kameron Jackson vs. UCLA, Oct. 16, 2012 Had 5+ tackles for loss...5, Tully Banta-Cain vs. New Mexico State, Sept. 7, 2002 Had 4+ sacks........... 4.5, Tully Banta-Cain vs. New Mexico State, Sept. 7, 2002 Blocked a punt ......................Richard Rodgers, vs. Presbyterian, Sept. 17, 2011 Blocked a field goal ..................... Nick Forbes vs. Arizona State, Sept. 29, 2012 Cal recorded a safety ......................................... Team vs. Oregon, Nov. 1, 2008

Opponent Individual Miscellaneous
Scored 4+ touchdowns ................... 4, Toby Gerhart, at Stanford, Nov. 21, 2009 Punted the ball 60+ yards .... 62 Josh Hubner, vs. Arizona State, Sept. 29, 2012 Kicked a 50+ yard field goal ............ 52, Will Oliver, at Colorado, Sept. 10, 2011 Made 3+ field goals ............................... 3, Andre Heidari, vs. USC, Oct. 13, 2011 Returned a blkd FG for a TD .... Brandon Chillar, at UCLA, Oct. 18, 2003 (65 yards) Returned a PAT for a score .. Corey Ivy, vs. Oklahoma, Sept. 20, 1997 (blocked kick) Returned a blkd punt for a TD .....Oliver Aaron, vs. Arizona State, Oct. 23, 2010 (1 yard)

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2012 Cal Football Media Information
The media schedule for October 28 – November 2 and an A-Z guide detailing the policies and services of Cal’s athletic communications offices is below. Additional information can be found online at CalBears.com/media. For more information or questions, contact a member of the athletic communications staff listed below.

Athletic Communications Contacts
Associate Director (Lead Football Contact): Kyle McRae • Phone: (510) 219-9340 • Email: mcrae@berkeley.edu Assistant Director (Secondary Football Contact): Tim Miguel • Phone: (510) 326-9761 • Email: tmiguel@berkeley.edu Assistant AD/Athletic Communications (Football Credentials): Herb Benenson • Phone: (510) 334-0791 • Email: benenson@berkeley.edu

Media Schedule (October 28 – November 4)
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28 Media Availability (Jeff Tedford and Requested/Selected Players): 5:30 p.m. PT (Meet outside Memorial Stadium north tunnel) MONDAY, OCTOBER 29 Media Availability: None Cal Coaches Corner: 6-7 p.m. PT (NewsTalk 910 AM KKSF) Head coach Jeff Tedford and a selected player still to be announced are scheduled to join host Todd McKim on the weekly radio show broadcast live from the Paragon at the Claremont Hotel Club & Spa at 41 Tunnel Road in Berkeley. Game Notes: Cal game notes for the team’s home contest vs. Washington at Memorial Stadium on Friday, Nov. 2 (6 p.m. PT), will be posted at CalBears. com and distributed via email. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30 Television B-Roll: 8:10 a.m. PT (Meet outside Memorial Stadium north tunnel) Cal Football Weekly Press Conference with Jeff Tedford and Requested/Selected Players: 10:30 a.m. PT (Meet outside Memorial Stadium north tunnel) Pac-12 Conference Call: 11:25 a.m. PT (Jeff Tedford); 9:55 a.m. – 12:25 p.m. PT (entire call) A taped replay will be available at 3:30 p.m. PT Tuesday. Audio files of the conference call will also be available on the Pac-12 website (pac-12.com) following each teleconference call. All 12 conference head coaches are available beginning at 9:55 a.m. PT. In order to participate on the call, media must send a request to Dave Hirsch (dhirsch@pac-12.org) for the conference call and taped replay phone numbers and full conference call schedule. Pac-12 Playbook: 9-10:00 p.m. PT (Pac-12 Networks) Head coach Jeff Tedford will be featured on the debut of the latest edition of the Pac-12 Playbook coaches show of the week that will air several times throughout the week. Check Pac-12.com for complete listings. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31 Television B-Roll: 8:30 a.m. PT (Meet outside Memorial Stadium north tunnel) Media Availability (Requested/Selected Players): 10:30 a.m. PT (Meet outside Memorial Stadium north tunnel) THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 Television B-Roll: 8:30 a.m. PT (Meet outside Memorial Stadium north tunnel) Media Availability (Jeff Tedford, Jim Michalczik, Clancy Pendergast): 10:05 a.m. PT (Meet outside Memorial Stadium north tunnel) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2 Game (vs. Washington, Memorial Stadium): 6 p.m. PT Media Availability: Head coach Jeff Tedford, requested players and assistant coaches will be available to the media in a press conference in the Tahir Family Theatre following a 10-minute post-game cooling off period. The team’s locker room is closed. Media members may work from the Peter E. Haas Press Box in Memorial Stadium following the conclusion of interviews. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 Media Availability: None SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4 Media Availability: TBA *Unless noted above and until further notice media should gather for all media availability sessions other than on gameday no later than the times listed in the media schedule above outside the Memorial Stadium north tunnel; media schedule subject to change

Conference Calls
Conference calls with players or coaches may be scheduled at certain times. Kyle McRae will arrange and distribute information regarding these conference calls. The call-in number and access code are listed below. Call-In Number: (309) 495-0761 • Access Code: 5044044

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Credential Requests

Home Games Please direct all requests/questions for media, photo and parking credentials for 2012 Cal football home games to Herb Benenson. Only media who cover the Bears on a regular basis will be considered for season credentials. A lost season credential will result in that member of the media being moved to the single-game list. All single-game requests should be made as far in advance as possible to help ensure space availability both in the press box and on the field. Requests for media covering a visiting team for a Cal home game should be made through the opposing school’s football media relations contact. Credentials will be available for pick up at Media Will Call located in the third-floor lobby of the Simpson Center for Student-Athlete High Performance just inside Gate 5 near Warring Alley the day of the game unless other arrangements are made. Road Games Please direct your requests/questions for media, photo and parking credentials for 2012 Cal football road games to Kyle McRae no later than 10 days prior to the contest as requests are normally put in at least eight days in advance. If you miss the deadline, please contact Kyle McRae to see if arrangements can still be made.

Email List
Contact Kyle McRae to be placed on the Cal football email list and receive relevant updated information regarding Cal football, including media schedules and policies, throughout the season.

Internet Access
Both wireless and ethernet connections are available in the press box and field-level photographer work area on gamedays. Contact a member of the Athletic Communications staff on gameday to obtain a username and password.

Interviews
Gameday Cal football will conduct postgame interviews in the Tahir Family Team Theater inside the Simpson Center for Student-Athlete High Performance. A member of the Athletic Communication staff will lead media to the room at the conclusion of each game. Cal head coach Jeff Tedford will be present to answer questions, followed by players and coaches requested by media members. Visiting team interviews will be in the media room just outside the visiting team locker room on level one of the stadium. Contact the visiting team media relations office for postgame policies. Non-Gameday Media members wishing to conduct interviews with head coach Jeff Tedford and requested/selected players on non-gamedays are asked to gather outside the Memorial Stadium north tunnel no later than the days/times listed in the 2012 Cal football non-gameday regular-season media schedule at the top of page 23 of the game notes. A member of the athletic communications staff (see below for names and contact info) will escort the media from the third-floor lobby to the appropriate interview location at the times listed above. A text will be sent informing media members who regularly conduct post-practice interviews of a change to the media schedule only if it has been changed by 15 minutes or more. Please have your interview requests ready by the time listed above to give to the athletic communications staff member who will escort you to the interview location. All player interview requests for the Tuesday press conference need to be made to Kyle McRae (mcrae@berkeley.edu, 510-219-9340) by Sunday at 6 p.m. PT. Please note that interview requests for assistant coaches must be submitted 24 hours in advance to McRae. Media members should also alert McRae when requesting interviews in which they will need more than 10 minutes to conduct in a post-practice or press conference setting so arrangements can be made that will work for all parties. Media members with interview requests that do not fall into the media schedule should contact McRae to attempt to make alternate arrangements.

Media Will Call
Media Will Call is located just inside located in the third-floor lobby of the Simpson Center for Student-Athlete High Performance near Gate 5 and the end of the Warring Alley. It will open six hours before kickoff and remain open through the conclusion of the first quarter. Identification is required to pick up credentials or tickets. Parking passes cannot be left at will call. Media who arrive after the end of the first quarter should call the press box at (510) 642-3098.

Online Resources
Visit CalBears.com for the most recent, frequent, relevant and accurate information on Cal Athletics, CalBears.com covers the Golden Bears inside and out. In addition to player and coach profiles, press releases, schedules, feature stories and sport information guides, there are also links to each of Cal’s social media pages under the multiemedia tab. CalBears.com/gameday also contains complete information for fans visiting Memorial Stadium. The Pac-12 Conference and each of its members use Collegepressbox.com. The site contains a large amount of information available for download by media members. Contact Kyle McRae (mcrae@berkeley.edu, 510-219-9340) for more details, including a username and password for full access to the site.

Parking/Transportation
Gameday Parking at Cal is always at a premium and visitors are encouraged to use public transportation. The Downtown Berkeley BART station is located about a mile west of Memorial Stadium, in close proximity to Haas Pavilion, Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field, the Hellman Tennis Courts and Spieker Aquatics Complex. Hourly guest parking on non-football gamedays is available in the MLK Student Union and RSF garages along Bancroft Way adjacent to Haas Pavilion and at the Underhill Garage. Underhill also serves as the football gameday parking location. Entrances are off either Channing Way or Haste Street, just west of College Avenue. The lot is about three blocks from Memorial Stadium. Media can either take the short walk to media will call (located in the third-floor lobby of the Simpson Center adjacent to Memorial Stadium or use a media-only shuttle that begins running two hours before game time. A media shuttle is also available postgame from the pregame dropoff point along Warring Street to the Underhill Garage. Parking passes cannot be left at will call on gamedays and must be picked up or mailed in advance. Television crews should order parking passes for their crews by sending in the Special Event Parking Arrangements form found on the university’s website (pt.berkeley.edu) in advance. Request the Underhill Garage for football games. Note that the campus parking office does not accept credit cards – only cash or check.

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Non-Gameday MLK Student Union Garage – Paid parking is available at the MLK Student Union Garage located on the north side of Bancroft Way between Telegraph Avenue and Dana Street (basketball gameday media parking lot) about five blocks to the west of the Simpson Center and Memorial Stadium. If you park here, you would then need to walk east on Bancroft Way until you reach the venue. Public Transportation – Public transportation is highly recommended when visiting Berkeley. There are multiple public transportation options that lead directly to Memorial Stadium and Witter Rugby Field. BART has a station in downtown Berkeley about a half-mile west of the venue. Please visit bart.org, actransit.org or 511.org for more information. Recreational Sports Facility Garage – Paid parking is available at the Recreational Sports Facility Garage located on the north side of Bancroft Way between Telegraph Avenue and Dana Street (basketball gameday media parking lot) about six blocks to the west of Witter Rugby Field. If you park here, you would then need to walk east on Bancroft Way until you reach the venue. Street – Paid parking is available all day on weekends and after 5 p.m. PT on weekdays along Stadium Rim Way. The payment machine is located in the southeast corner of Witter lot and accepts only $1 and $5 bills. No other forms of payment are available. Limited two-hour free and paid street parking (check signs) may be available on streets near Memorial Stadium/Simpson Center, with most options just south along Piedmont Avenue, Prospect Street, Channing Way or Warring Street. Underhill Garage – Paid parking is available at the Underhill Garage located at the corner of Channing Way and College Avenue (football gameday media parking lot) about five blocks to the southwest of Witter Rugby Field. If you park here, you would then need to walk north on College Avenue to Bancroft Way and then east on Bancroft Way until you reach the venue. Witter Lot – Paid parking in the vicinity of Witter Rugby Field is available in the adjacent Witter Lot located just south of Centennial Drive near the corner of Centennial and Stadium Rim Way on a first-come, first-served basis. The payment machine is located in the southeast corner of the lot and accepts only $1 and $5 bills. No other forms of payment are available. If you park here, you would then need to walk down the hill on Stadium Rim Way on the south side of the stadium keeping the stadium on your right until you reach the Simpson Center. More Information – For more information on directions and parking options, visit berkeley.edu/map. A parking specific map can be located online at http://pt.berkeley.edu/sites/pt.berkeley.edu/files/content/NewPadMap2011.pdf.

Photo Requests
Media outlets should request courtesy photos through the Athletic Communications Office. Images of all 29 teams can also be purchased by visiting goldenbearsports.com.

Photographer Work Room

A photographer work room has been established at field level in of Memorial Stadium (west side at approximately the 20-yard line on the north end of the field). Power and internet access are available, as well as limited desk space on a first-come, first-served basis. Pregame meals and drinks are available on the media level of the press box (seventh floor). Access to the internet is available through both wireless and an ethernet connection, and passwords and usernames will be distributed on gamedays.

Photographers
Field photographers must wear a photo vest at all times, in addition to a photo credential. Photo credentials are not distributed in advance and must be picked up on gamedays along with photo vests at media will call on the third floor Simpson Center. Photo vests will require an identification card to be left until the vests are returned. NCAA rules limit shooting to outside the restraining line enclosing the playing field and outside the 25-yard lines (the team area). In addition, the photographers and videographers are welcome to use the photo deck located on level six of the press box.

Postgame Media Work Area
The Peter E. Haas Press Box at Memorial Stadium also serves as the postgame media work location. The area is equipped with desk space, electrical outlets and internet access. Final statistical game books, as well as postgame notes, quotes and other relevant media materials will be distributed.

Practice Media Coverage
Please see the media schedule at the top of page 26 for more details.

Pro Scouts
Professional teams wanting to scout games at Memorial Stadium should contact Herb Benenson (benenson@berkeley.edu, 510-334-0791) for credentials and parking.

Phone Lines
Phone lines at Memorial Stadium, both in the press box and inside the TV compound, must be requested at least a week in advance through Herb Benenson. ISDN and dial lines, as well as dry pairs to the visiting team locker room and visiting team interview room, are available for complimentary use. Please contact Herb Benenson with any questions.

Video Feeds
Video highlights of Cal football games are available throughout the season via the Pac-12 Conference satellite feed. For more information, contact the Pac-12 office at (925) 932-4411.

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Cal in the NFL
Cal has a total of 31 players currently active in the NFL as of Oct. 23, 2012, according to ESPN.com listed below that is the second-most among Pac-12 schools, with the team’s 25 players on 53-player rosters (doesn’t include injured reserve or physically unable to perform lists) is tied for ninth nationally. Links to additional information, including complete player bios and stats can be found at http://espn. go.com/nfl/players?college=13.

Cal in the NFL Player Notes
LORENZO ALEXANDER (LB – WASHINGTON REDSKINS)
• Has played in all eight games off the bench, contributing 19 tackles, 1.5 sacks and a fumble recovery … posted a season-high-tying five tackles, all 1.5 of his sacks and a fumble recovery in a Week 6 win over Minnesota, and then equaled the five tackles in a Week 7 loss at the New York Giants

TYSON ALUALU (DT – JACKSONVILLE JAQUARS) BRYAN ANGER (P – JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS)

• Has started each of the first seven games and contributed 19 tackles and 1.0 sack, highlighted by a season-high six-stop contest in a Week 2 loss to Houston, and four tackles and 1.0 sack in a Week 1 loss at Minnesota • Eighth in the NFL with a 48.3 yards per punt average, punting 45 times for 2,173 yards to rank second in the league in both categories, while also posting a 41.3 yard net punting average that is 11th … has pinned opponents inside their own 20-yardline nine times and also forced nine fair catches … had one punt of 60 or more yards for four consecutive games from Weeks 2-5, including a career-long 66-yarder in a Week 3 win at Indianapolis, and one of at least 55 yards in all seven of his contests … punted a career-high-tying nine times in a Week 2 loss to Houston and a Week 7 overtime loss at Oakland

Active Cal Players in the NFL as of Oct. 23, 2012

Lorenzo Alexander – LB Washington Tyson Alualu – DT Jacksonville Bryan Anger – P Jacksonville Nnamdi Asomugha – CB Philadelphia ^Jahvid Best – RB Detroit *Desmond Bishop – LB Green Bay D.J. Campbell – FS Carolina Andre Carter – DE Oakland Chris Conte – S Chicago Brian De La Puente – OG New Orleans Thomas DeCoud – S Atlanta Justin Forsett – RB Houston Scott Fujita – LB Cleveland Matt Giordano – S Oakland Tony Gonzalez – TE Atlanta Nick Harris – P Carolina Lavelle Hawkins – WR Tennessee DeSean Jackson – WR Philadelphia Marvin Jones – WR Cincinnati Cameron Jordan – DE New Orleans Mychal Kendricks – LB Philadelphia L.P. LaDouceur – LS Dallas Marshawn Lynch – RB Seattle Alex Mack – C Cleveland Brandon Mebane – DT Seattle Cameron Morrah – TE Seattle Aaron Rodgers – QB Green Bay Mitchell Schwartz – OT Cleveland Craig Stevens – TE Tennessee Nick Sundberg – LS Washington Shane Vereen – RB New England ^Physically unable to perform list *Injured reserve

NNAMDI ASOMUGHA (CB – PHILADELPHIA EAGLES)

• Has 23 tackles, an interception and seven passes defended in seven games played (all starts), with his lone interception and a season-high-tying three passes defended in a Week 6 overtime loss to Detroit, a season-high eight tackles in a Week 5 loss at Pittsburgh and a season-high-tying three passes defended in a Week 1 win at Cleveland

JAHVID BEST (RB – DETROIT LIONS)
• On the team’s physically unable to participate (PUP) list

DESMOND BISHOP (LB – GREEN BAY PACKERS)
• On the injured reserve list

D.J. CAMPBELL (FS – CAROLINA PANTHERS)

• Drafted in the seventh round (No. 216) by the Carolina Panthers in the 2012 NFL Draft, and appeared in four games in the 2012 NFL preseason, registering six tackles, but has not appeared in a regular season game

ANDRE CARTER (DE – OAKLAND RAIDERS)

• Has played in each of the last three games, contributing a tackle both in a Week 6 loss at Atlanta and a Week 7 overtime win against Jacksonville before not recording a stat in a Week 8 win at Kansas City … signed with Oakland prior to a Week 4 loss at Denver but did not play in his first contest on the Raiders’ roster … has returned in 2012 from an injury that ended his strong 2011 season with New England after 14 games (52 tackles, 10.0 sacks, one pass defended, two forced fumbles) … has career totals of 496 tackles, 76.0 sacks and 17 forced fumbles in his 12th NFL season during a career that has seen him in San Francisco (2001-05), Washington (2006-10), New England (2011) and Oakland (2012)

CHRIS CONTE (S – CHICAGO BEARS)

• Has 40 tackles, one interception that he returned 35 yards and three passes defended while starting each of the team’s first seven games … posted his interception and both passes defended against Indianapolis and former Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck in the season opener … had a career-high 11 tackles in a Week 4 Monday Night Football victory at Dallas, while contributing a combined 14 stops in his last two games with eight in a Week 8 win vs. Carolina after six in a Week 7 victory vs. Detroit

BRIAN DE LA PUENTE (OG – NEW ORLEANS SAINTS) THOMAS DeCOUD (S – ATLANTA FALCONS)

• Has started all seven games for a team that has won its last two contests with a Week 5 win over San Diego and a Week 7 victory at Tampa Bay • Tied for third in the NFL with four interceptions that he has returned 37 yards … has started all seven games for the only remaining unbeaten NFL team, also contributing 36 tackles, 1.0 sack and six passes defended to go along with his four picks … posted a season-high, team-high and game-high-tying nine tackles as well as his first sack of the season in a Week 8 win at Philadelphia … had a game-clinching interception late in the fourth quarter of a Week 5 win at Washington and returned it 24 yards … had a huge performance in a Week 3 win at San Diego, with two interceptions and a fumble recovery … returned his other interception 15 yards in a Week 2 win vs. Denver … posted seven tackles in a Week 1 win at Kansas City

JUSTIN FORSETT (RB – HOUSTON TEXANS)

• Has played in all seven games off the bench, rushing 23 times for 120 yards, including a season-high and team-high 47 yards on seven carries in a Week 6 loss vs. Green Bay that was the team’s first defeat of the season and then 32 yards on six carries in a Week 7 win vs. Baltimore

SCOTT FUJITA (LB – CLEVELAND BROWNS) MATT GIORDANO (S – OAKLAND RAIDERS)

• Has played in four games with three starts, contributing 14 tackles and 1.0 sack, including a season-high six stops and his lone sack of the season in a Week 4 loss at Baltimore • Has started each of the last five game and played in all seven, making 22 tackles and recording one interception that he returned 21 yards in a Week 8 win at Kansas City … posted a season-high eight stops in a Week 4 loss at Denver

TONY GONZALEZ (TE – ATLANTA FALCONS)

• Has started all seven games for the only remaining unbeaten team in the NFL and is seventh in the league with 46 receptions for 459 yards and four touchdown catches ... had season lows of three catches and 29 receiving yards in a Week 8 win at Philadelphia … had a 13-yard reception to set up Matt Bryant’s game-winning 55-yard field goal with 0:01 remaining in a 23-20 Week 6 win over Oakland, finishing with four catches for 42 yards … had season highs of 13 receptions and 123 receiving yards with a touchdown catch for the fourth time in the first five games of the season in a Week 5 win at Washington … previous season highs were nine catches and 91 receiving yards with a touchdown reception for the third consecutive game during a Week 3 win at San Diego … also had seven catches for 70 yards and a touchdown in a Week 2 win vs. Denver; five catches for 53 yards and a touchdown in a Week 1 win at Kansas City; and five catches for 51 yards in a Week 4 victory vs. Carolina … ranks among the NFL’s all-time leaders in receptions (1195, No. 2), touchdown catches (99, No. 8T) and receiving yards (13797, No. 10) in 245 games (227 starts), having only missed two contests in his 16th NFL campaign

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NICK HARRIS (P – DETROIT LIONS)

• Signed with Detroit following the third game and has combined to punt 24 times for 994 yards and a 41.4 yard average over the last four contests, including a season-best 44.0 yards per punt in his most recent contest in a Week 8 win over Seattle … in his 12th NFL season, including a previous eight-season stint with the Lions (2003-10) as well as two-plus campaigns with Cincinnati (2001-03) to begin his career and one with Jacksonville (2011)

LAVELLE HAWKINS (WR – TENNESSEE TITANS)
• Has four catches for 20 yards, playing in four of the first eight off the bench

DESEAN JACKSON (WR – PHILADELPHIA EAGLES)

• Has 34 catches for 524 yards and an average of 15.4 yards per catch in seven games (all starts), including season bests of seven receptions and 114 yards receiving in a Week 2 win vs. Baltimore … added six catches for 99 yards and a touchdown on a 19-yard reception in a Week 4 win vs. the New York Giants; five grabs for 74 yards in a Week 6 loss to Detroit; five for 59 in a Week loss to Atlanta; four for 77 in a Week 1 win at Cleveland; four for 58 in a Week 5 loss at Pittsburgh; and three for 43 in a Week 3 loss at Arizona

MARVIN JONES (WR – CINCINNATI BENGALS)

• Has played in five of seven games off the bench, making three catches for 26 yards … had career bests of two catches and 21 receiving yards, and a career-long 16-yard catch in a Week 6 loss at Cleveland … made his first NFL catch for five yards in a Week 4 win at Jacksonville

CAMERON JORDAN (DE – NEW ORLEANS SAINTS)

• Has started all seven games and contributed 30 tackles, 3.0 sacks, one pass defended and one forced fumble … had a career and game-high 11 stops in a Week 1 loss to Washington … has notched 1.0 sack each in a Week 7 win at Tampa Bay, a Week 5 victory vs. San Diego, and a Week 2 loss at Carolina, adding a forced fumble against the Buccaneers

MYCHAL KENDRICKS (LB – PHILADELPHIA EAGLES) L.P. LaDOUCER (LS – DALLAS COWBOYS)

• Has played in all seven games, starting the first six, and compiled 29 tackles and four passes defended, with a career-best six tackles in a Week 3 loss at Arizona and a career-high two passes defended in a Week 2 win against Baltimore • Has played in all seven games off the bench but has not recorded any stats … has not missed a game since 2005, playing in all 103 regular-season contests during the last seven campaigns

MARSHAWN LYNCH (RB – SEATTLE SEAHAWKS)

• Second in the NFL in rushing with 757 yards and three touchdowns on the ground over 159 carries in eight games (all starts) … has four 100-yard rushing games, with 26 carries for 122 yards in a Week 2 win over Dallas, 118 yards on 20 rushes in a Week 4 loss at St. Louis, 105 on 12 carries including a career long 77-yard touchdown run in a Week 8 loss at Detroit, and 103 yards on 19 carries in a Week 7 loss at San Francisco … added season bests of four receptions and 37 receiving yards against the Rams … also had 25 rushes for 98 yards in a Week 3 win vs. Green Bay and 21 attempts for 85 rushing yards twice, both in a Week 1 loss at Arizona and a Week 5 victory at Carolina … has at least 85 rushing yards in seven of his eight games, with the only exception a season-low 41 yards in a Week 6 win against New England … has fumbled only once in 2012 in the season opener at Arizona … has added 11 catches for 84 yards, and has at least one catch in every game other than a Week 2 win against Dallas

ALEX MACK (C – CLEVELAND BROWNS)

Started his 56th consecutive regular-season NFL game (all 55 games possible since beginning his NFL career in 2009) and eighth contest of the season in a Week 8 win vs. San Diego

BRANDON MEBANE (DT – SEATTLE SEAHAWKS)

• Has 32 tackles, 3.0 sacks and three passes defended in eight games (all starts), with a season-high seven of the tackles coming in a Week 6 win vs. New England, 2.0 sacks in a Week 3 victory over Green Bay and two of his passes defended in a season-opening Week 1 loss at Arizona … had six tackles and 1.0 sack in his most recent contest in a Week 8 loss at Detroit

CAMERON MORRAH (TE – SEATTLE SEAHAWKS)

Has not played in the team’s first seven games and is on the injured reserve list

AARON RODGERS (QB – GREEN BAY PACKERS)

• The NFL’s highest rated quarterback (107.9) who leads the league in touchdown passes (21) and completion percentage (205-297, 69.0%), while throwing only four interceptions … also among NFL leaders in completions (205, 2nd) and passing yardage (2165, 3rd) … was 22-of-35 for 186 yards with two touchdowns in a Week 8 win vs. Jacksonville to move into second place on Green Bay’s all-time list for touchdown passes with 153 … posted a season-high 342 passing yards and a season-best 81.1 completion percentage (30-37), with three touchdown passes and no interceptions for a 132.2 quarterback rating in a Week 7 win at St. Louis … had a career-high and Green Bay franchise-record-tying six touchdown passes with no interceptions for a season-high 133.8 quarterback rating in a Week 6 win at Houston in which he was 24-of-37 for 338 yards … had three TD throws in a Week 5 loss at Indianapolis in which he completed 20of-32 passes for 235 yards and also ran for a season-high 57 yards on five carries … posted four TD passes in a Week 4 win vs. New Orleans in which he completed a season-high 31-of-41 passes for 319 yards … completed 26-of-39 passes for 223 yards in a Week 3 loss at Seattle … completed 22-of-32 passes for 219 yards with a touchdown in a Week 2 win over Chicago … was 30-of-44 for 303 yards, with two TD passes in a Week 1 loss to San Francisco … has added 27 rushes for 129 yards … has started all eight games in 2012

MITCHELL SCHWARTZ (OT – CLEVELAND BROWNS)
• Has started each of the first eight games of his NFL career

CRAIG STEVENS (TE – TENNESSEE TITANS)

• Has 15 receptions for 188 yards and a touchdown, with at least one catch in each of the first eight games (all starts), including his first touchdown catch of the season and fourth of his career in a Week 4 loss at Houston … had season highs of five catches and 63 yards receiving in a wild 44-41 Week 3 overtime win vs. Detroit and a season-long 46-yard reception at San Diego in Week 2

NICK SUNDBERG (LS – WASHINGTON REDSKINS)
• Played in a Week 1 victory at New Orleans off the bench but has not played since and is on the injured reserve list

SHANE VEREEN (RB – NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS)

• Has rushed for 72 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries … scored on a fourth-and-one play from the Rams’ one-yard line among his seven carries for 22 yards and one reception for a career-high 17 yards in a Week 8 win at St. Louis … rushed for a career-high 49 yards on a career-high-tying eight rushes and caught one pass for 10 yards in the first start of his career in a Week 7 win over the New York Jets … scored on a one-yard run in a Week 5 win over Denver … played for the first time in 2012 during a Week 4 win at Buffalo, catching his first career pass for five yards and rushing one time for no gain

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

2012 California Football California Overall Team Statistics (as of Oct 28, 2012) All games Team Statistics
SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS R us hing P as s ing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games Score by Quarters California Opponents
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT

CAL
232 25.8 180 76 89 15 1521 1854 333 329 4.6 169.0 14 2053 168-278-9 7.4 12.2 228.1 12 3574 607 5.9 397.1 34-698 15-212 12-131 20.5 14.1 10.9 21-10 71-680 75.6 46-1894 41.2 38.2 49-3054 62.3 51.2 27 : 0 5 38/116 33% 4/11 36% 23-134 0 28 13-18 0-1 (22-29) 76% (13-29) 45% (25-28) 89% 291232 5/58246

OPP
255 28.3 211 82 104 25 1478 1795 317 355 4.2 164.2 11 2272 218-353-12 6.4 10.4 252.4 19 3750 708 5.3 416.7 31-848 12-119 9-71 27.4 9.9 7.9 21-6 71-646 71.8 45-1823 40.5 35.4 49-2965 60.5 39.1 32: 55 65/146 45% 6/12 50% 37-244 0 33 8-15 0-0 (29-39) 74% (23-39) 59% (31-32) 97% 261009 4/65252 0/0

20 72

63 65

56 45

93 73

0 0

Total 232 255

2012 California Football California Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 28, 2012) All games
Rushing gp-gs att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g Punt Returns no. yds avg td lg

Anderson, C.J. Sofele, Isi Bigelow, Brendan Lasco, Daniel Maynard, Zach Stevens, Eric Allen, Keenan Treggs, Bryce TEAM Total Opponents
Passing

9-2 82 532 19 513 6.3 4 9-6 109 517 40 477 4.4 2 9-2 27 343 0 343 12.7 3 9- 0 2 77 3 74 37.0 1 9-8 90 301 249 52 0.6 3 9-4 10 41 0 41 4.1 0 9- 9 3 43 4 39 13.0 1 9- 8 1 0 5 -5 -5.0 0 6- 0 5 0 13 -13 -2.6 0 9 329 1854 333 1521 4.6 14 9 355 1795 317 1478 4.2 11
gp-gs effic comp-att-int pct

68 32 81 77 22 11 39 0 0 81 62

57.0 53.0 38.1 8.2 5.8 4.6 4.3 -0.6 -2.2 169.0 164.2
lg avg/g

Allen, Keenan Total Opponents
Interceptions

15 15 12
no.

212 14.1 212 14.1 119 9.9 0 0 67 64 0 131 71 400 230 27 29 12 698 848 0.0 0.0 22.3 32.0 0.0 10.9 7.9 23.5 19.2 13.5 14.5 12.0 20.5 27.4

1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

69 69 37
lg

yds avg td

Jackson, Kameron Williams, Steve Lowe, Michael Anthony, Marc Hurrell, J.P. Total Opponents
Kick Returns

3 3 3 2 1 12 9
no.

0 0 57 61 0 61 38
lg

yds td

Maynard, Zach Bridgford, Allan Allen, Keenan Anderson, C.J. Total Opponents
Receiving

9- 8 3- 1 9- 9 9- 2 9 9
gp-gs

134.04 165-267-9 61.8 2039 12 27.82 2-9-0 22.2 6 0 167.20 1-1-0 100.0 8 0 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 130.23 168-278-9 60.4 2053 12 126.78 218-353-12 61.8 2272 19
no. yds avg td lg avg/g

69 226.6 8 2.0 8 0.9 0 0.0 69 228.1 72 252.4

yds avg td

Bigelow, Brendan Manuel, Mike Wark, Jacob Lasco, Daniel Sofele, Isi Total Opponents
Fumble Returns

17 12 2 2 1 34 31
no.

0 40 0 29 0 14 0 21 0 12 0 40 2 100
lg

Allen, Keenan Harper, Chris Treggs, Bryce Rodgers, Richard Anderson, C.J. Stevens, Eric Bigelow, Brendan Wark, Jacob Sofele, Isi Powe, Darius Harris, Maurice Bouza, Jackson Maynard, Zach Schwenke, Brian Total Opponents

9-9 61 737 9-2 29 380 9-8 21 216 8-5 15 244 9-2 11 120 9- 4 7 47 9- 2 6 83 9- 4 6 65 9- 6 6 64 8- 1 2 44 4- 0 1 24 9- 0 1 18 9- 8 1 8 9- 9 1 3 9 168 2053 9 218 2272

12.1 13.1 10.3 16.3 10.9 6.7 13.8 10.8 10.7 22.0 24.0 18.0 8.0 3.0 12.2 10.4

6 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 19

69 33 37 51 30 13 32 20 17 36 24 18 8 3 69 72

81.9 42.2 24.0 30.5 13.3 5.2 9.2 7.2 7.1 5.5 6.0 2.0 0.9 0.3 228.1 252.4

yds avg td

Total Opponents

0 4

0 0.0 29 7.2

0 1

0 17

2012 California Football California Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 28, 2012) All games
PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

Scoring

td

fg

kick

pts

Total Offense

g plays

rush pass

total avg/g

D'Amato, Vincenzo Allen, Keenan Anderson, C.J. Bigelow, Brendan Maynard, Zach Sofele, Isi Harper, Chris Lasco, Daniel Rodgers, Richard Treggs, Bryce Anthony, Marc Total Opponents

- 13-18 8 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 28 13-18 33 8-15

25-28 25-28 31-32

1-1

-

-

-

- 64 - 48 - 30 - 24 - 18 - 12 - 12 6 6 6 6 - 232 - 255

Maynard, Zach Anderson, C.J. Sofele, Isi Bigelow, Brendan Lasco, Daniel Allen, Keenan Stevens, Eric Bridgford, Allan Treggs, Bryce TEAM Total Opponents

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 3 9 6 9 9

357 52 2039 2091 232.3 83 513 0 513 57.0 109 477 0 477 53.0 27 343 0 343 38.1 2 74 0 74 8.2 4 39 8 47 5.2 10 41 0 41 4.6 9 0 6 6 2.0 1 -5 0 -5 -0.6 5 -13 0 -13 -2.2 607 1521 2053 3574 397.1 708 1478 2272 3750 416.7

Field Goals

fg

pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99

lg blk

Punting

no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

D'Amato, Vincenzo
FG Sequence

13-18 72.2 1-1
California

5-5

3-5

3-6

1-1

52

0

Opponents

Nevada Southern Utah Ohio State USC Arizona State UCLA Washington State Stanford Utah

31,(40) (18),(27),(47) 40,42,42 35,(24),(26),(35) (35) (26) (52) (21) (49),(38)

(39) (40) (40),(41) (28),39,(33),37,30 46,(29) (20),43 40,34 -

Leininger, Cole Mos, Steffan Total Opponents
Kickoffs

44 1819 2 75 46 1894 45 1823 48 2990 1 64 49 3054 49 2965

41.3 37.5 41.2 40.5

61 57 61 62

1 21 10 0 0 1 1 21 11 1 16 16 1 0 1 27.4 36.3 0 20.5 39.1

8 1 9 7

0 0 0 0

no. yds avg tb ob retn

net ydln

D'Amato, Vincenzo Beito, Noah Total Opponents

62.3 17 64.0 0 62.3 17 60.5 14

28 25

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

2012 California Football California Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 28, 2012) All games
All Purpose g rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/g

Allen, Keenan Bigelow, Brenda Anderson, C.J. Sofele, Isi Harper, Chris Rodgers, Richar Manuel, Mike Treggs, Bryce Lasco, Daniel Wark, Jacob Stevens, Eric Lowe, Michael Anthony, Marc Maynard, Zach Powe, Darius Harris, Maurice Bouza, Jackson Schwenke, Brian TEAM Total Opponents

9 39 737 9 343 83 9 513 120 9 477 64 9 0 380 8 0 244 9 0 0 9 -5 216 9 74 0 9 0 65 9 41 47 9 0 0 9 0 0 9 52 8 8 0 44 4 0 24 9 0 18 9 0 3 6 -13 0 9 1521 2053 9 1478 2272

212 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 212 119

0 400 0 12 0 0 230 0 29 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 698 848

0 988 109.8 0 826 91.8 0 633 70.3 0 553 61.4 0 380 42.2 0 244 30.5 0 230 25.6 0 211 23.4 0 103 11.4 0 92 10.2 0 88 9.8 67 67 7.4 64 64 7.1 0 60 6.7 0 44 5.5 0 24 6.0 0 18 2.0 0 3 0.3 0 -13 -2.2 131 4615 512.8 71 4788 532.0

2012 California Football California Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Oct 28, 2012) All games
## 23 11 1 37 0E 2 4 91 7 40 17 96 43 6 3 50 34 22 41 0B 56 55 18 90 30 99 1J 31 48 35 1F 73 58 15 1A 0F TM 21 Defensive Leaders gp-gs ua a Tackles tot tfl/yds Sacks no-yds Pass defense int-yds brup qbh Fumbles rcv-yds ff blkd kick saf

Hill, Josh Forbes, Nick Williams, Steve Mullins, Robert Lowe, Michael Anthony, Marc Sebastian, Avery Coleman, Deandr Jefferson, Jalen McCain, Chris Scarlett, Brennan Payne, Kendrick Camporeale, Dan Logan, Alex Jackson, Kameron Tipoti, Aaron Hurrell, J.P. Broussard, Nathan Barr, Todd Lasco, Daniel Kaufusi, Keni Moala, Viliami Willis, Joel Jalil, Mustafa Ervin, Darren King, Gabe King, Lucas Ellison, Tyre Stevens, Eric Agu, Ted Leininger, Cole Rigsbee, Jordan Adcock, Chris Maynard, Zach Rodgers, Richard Harper, Chris TEAM Allen, Keenan Total Opponents

9-9 9-6 9-9 8-5 9-5 9-8 9-3 9-9 6-5 8-7 7-7 9-7 9-1 7-4 9-2 7-5 7-2 9-3 9-0 9-0 5-1 8-1 9-0 7-0 9-0 5-0 8-0 9-0 9-4 4-0 9-0 9-9 9-9 9-8 8-5 9-2 6-0 9-9 9 9

33 33 40 20 27 29 28 14 19 22 15 8 7 14 16 7 10 5 4 4 2 2 4 3 3 1 2 2 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 383 365

30 30 16 30 23 15 16 25 19 16 18 15 14 7 5 11 7 7 6 4 4 4 2 2 2 3 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . 334 252

63 63 56 50 50 44 44 39 38 38 33 23 21 21 21 18 17 12 10 8 6 6 6 5 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 717 617

0.5-0 3.0-15 3.5-7 3.5-11 1.0-1 6.5-17 1.0-4 5.5-17 0.5-5 6.5-20 4.0-17 4.5-20 0.5-2 . . 0.5-1 2.5-13 3.5-23 4.5-20 . 2.0-8 1.0-1 . 0.5-1 . . 1.0-12 . . . . . . . . . 1.0-4 . 57-219 71-327

. 1.5-11 . 0.5-1 1.0-1 . . 2.0-10 0.5-5 2.5-11 1.5-13 3.5-18 0.5-2 . . . 2.5-13 3.0-21 2.0-11 . 1.0-5 . . . . . 1.0-12 . . . . . . . . . . . 23-134 37-244

. . 3-0 . 3-67 2-64 . . . . . . . . 3-0 . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-131 9-71

6 3 9 . 1 3 . 1 1 1 1 . . . 2 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 32

. 2 . 1 . . 1 1 2 4 1 . 1 . . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 4

. 1-0 . 1-0 . . . 1-0 . . . . . . 1-0 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . 6-0 10-29

1 1 . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 15

. 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2

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2012 California Football California Game Results (as of Oct 28, 2012) All games
Date Opponent Score L W L L L W W L L Overall Conference Time Attend

Sep 01, 2012 Sep 08, 2012 Sep 15, 2012 * Sep 22, 2012 * Sep 29, 2012 * Oct 06, 2012 * Oct 13, 2012 * Oct 20, 2012 * Oct 27, 2012 *Pac-12 Game

NEVADA SOUTHERN UTAH at #12 Ohio State at #13 USC ARIZONA STATE #25 UCLA at Washington State #22 STANFORD at Utah

24-31 50-31 28-35 9-27 17-27 43-17 31-17 3-21 27-49

0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 3-4 3-5 3-6

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4

3:24 3:23 3:34 3:13 3:31 3:11 3:32 3:17 3:13

63186 57745 105232 83421 51634 57643 27339 61024 45017

2012 California Football California Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Oct 28, 2012) All games
SEASON
Rushing gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g gp

CAREER
att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g

Anderson, C.J. Sofele, Isi Bigelow, Brendan Lasco, Daniel Maynard, Zach Stevens, Eric Allen, Keenan Treggs, Bryce TEAM Total Opponents
Passing

9 82 532 19 513 6.3 4 9 109 517 40 477 4.4 2 9 27 343 0 343 12.7 3 9 2 77 3 74 37.0 1 9 90 301 249 52 0.6 3 9 10 41 0 41 4.1 0 9 3 43 4 39 13.0 1 9 1 0 5 -5 -5.0 0 6 5 0 13 -13 -2.6 0 9 329 1854 333 1521 4.6 14 9 355 1795 317 1478 4.2 11
gp effic comp-att-int pct yds

68 57.0 32 53.0 81 38.1 77 8.2 22 5.8 11 4.6 39 4.3 0 -0.6 0 -2.2 81 169.0 62 164.2
td lg avg/g

22 47 20 9 22 32 33 9

154 442 33 2 174 11 30 1

893 2334 375 77 644 43 258 0

35 115 7 3 484 0 28 5

858 2219 368 74 160 43 230 -5

5.6 5.0 11.2 37.0 0.9 3.9 7.7 -5.0

12 13 3 1 7 0 2 0

68 56 81 77 43 11 45 0

39.0 47.2 18.4 8.2 7.3 1.3 7.0 -0.6

gp

effic comp-att-int

pct

yds

td

lg

avg/g

Maynard, Zach Bridgford, Allan Allen, Keenan Anderson, C.J. Total Opponents
Receiving

9 3 9 9 9 9
gp

134.04 165-267-9 61.8 2039 12 27.82 2-9-0 22.2 6 0 167.20 1-1-0 100.0 8 0 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 130.23 168-278-9 60.4 2053 12 126.78 218-353-12 61.8 2272 19
no. yds avg td lg avg/g

69 226.6 8 2.0 8 0.9 0 0.0 69 228.1 72 252.4

22 7 33 22

129.78 396-672-21 75.51 15-41-0 355.60 3-3-0 0.00 0-1-0

58.9 36.6 100.0 0.0

5029 190 52 0

29 0 1 0

90 33 22 0

228.6 27.1 1.6 0.0

gp

no.

yds

avg

td

lg

avg/g

Allen, Keenan Harper, Chris Treggs, Bryce Rodgers, Richard Anderson, C.J. Stevens, Eric Bigelow, Brendan Wark, Jacob Sofele, Isi Powe, Darius Harris, Maurice Bouza, Jackson Maynard, Zach Schwenke, Brian Total Opponents
Total Offense

9 61 737 9 29 380 9 21 216 8 15 244 9 11 120 9 7 47 9 6 83 9 6 65 9 6 64 8 2 44 4 1 24 9 1 18 9 1 8 9 1 3 9 168 2053 9 218 2272
g plays rush

12.1 13.1 10.3 16.3 10.9 6.7 13.8 10.8 10.7 22.0 24.0 18.0 8.0 3.0 12.2 10.4
pass

6 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 19

69 81.9 33 42.2 37 24.0 51 30.5 30 13.3 13 5.2 32 9.2 20 7.2 17 7.1 36 5.5 24 6.0 18 2.0 8 0.9 3 0.3 69 228.1 72 252.4
g

33 9 9 21 22 32 20 22 47 8 4 14 22 45

205 29 21 15 18 11 7 7 20 2 1 4 2 1

2570 380 216 244 306 74 94 70 151 44 24 50 35 3

12.5 13.1 10.3 16.3 17.0 6.7 13.4 10.0 7.6 22.0 24.0 12.5 17.5 3.0

17 2 1 1 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

90 33 37 51 74 13 32 20 22 36 24 19 22 3

77.9 42.2 24.0 11.6 13.9 2.3 4.7 3.2 3.2 5.5 6.0 3.6 1.6 0.1

total avg/g

plays

rush

pass

total

avg/g

Maynard, Zach Anderson, C.J. Sofele, Isi Bigelow, Brendan Lasco, Daniel Allen, Keenan Stevens, Eric Bridgford, Allan Treggs, Bryce TEAM Total Opponents

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 3 9 6 9 9

357 52 2039 2091 232.3 83 513 0 513 57.0 109 477 0 477 53.0 27 343 0 343 38.1 2 74 0 74 8.2 4 39 8 47 5.2 10 41 0 41 4.6 9 0 6 6 2.0 1 -5 0 -5 -0.6 5 -13 0 -13 -2.2 607 1521 2053 3574 397.1 708 1478 2272 3750 416.7

22 22 47 20 9 33 32 7 9

846 155 442 33 2 33 11 44 1

160 858 2219 368 74 230 43 1 -5

5029 0 0 0 0 52 0 190 0

5189 858 2219 368 74 282 43 191 -5

235.9 39.0 47.2 18.4 8.2 8.5 1.3 27.3 -0.6

2012 California Football California Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Oct 28, 2012) All games
SEASON
Scoring td fg kick PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf pts td fg

CAREER
kick PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf pts

D'Amato, Vincenzo Allen, Keenan Anderson, C.J. Bigelow, Brendan Maynard, Zach Harper, Chris Sofele, Isi Lasco, Daniel Rodgers, Richard Anthony, Marc Treggs, Bryce Total Opponents
Punt Returns

- 13-18 8 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 28 13-18 33 8-15
no.

25-28 25-28 31-32
td

1-1
lg

-

-

-

- 64 - 48 - 30 - 24 - 18 - 12 - 12 6 6 6 6 - 232 - 255

- 20-30 20 14 5 7 2 15 1 1 1 1 -

56-59 -

-

- - - - - 1-2 - - - - - - -

-

-

116 120 84 30 42 12 90 6 6 6 6

yds avg

no.

yds

avg

td

lg

Allen, Keenan Total Opponents
Kick Returns

15 15 12
no.

212 14.1 212 14.1 119 9.9
yds avg

1 1 0
td

69 69 37
lg

21

252

12.0

1

69

no.

yds

avg

td

lg

Bigelow, Brendan Manuel, Mike Lasco, Daniel Wark, Jacob Sofele, Isi Total Opponents
Interceptions

17 12 2 2 1 34 31
no.

400 230 29 27 12 698 848 0 0 67 64 0 131 71

23.5 19.2 14.5 13.5 12.0 20.5 27.4 0.0 0.0 22.3 32.0 0.0 10.9 7.9

0 40 0 29 0 21 0 14 0 12 0 40 2 100
td lg

40 24 2 2 24

875 488 29 27 480

21.9 20.3 14.5 13.5 20.0

1 0 0 0 0

88 32 21 14 65

yds avg

no.

yds

avg

td

lg

Jackson, Kameron Williams, Steve Lowe, Michael Anthony, Marc Hurrell, J.P. Total Opponents
Fumble Returns

3 3 3 2 1 12 9
no.

0 0 0 1 0 1 0
td

0 0 57 61 0 61 38
lg

3 6 3 5 1

0 45 67 96 0

0.0 7.5 22.3 19.2 0.0

0 0 0 1 0

0 45 57 61 0

yds avg

no.

yds

avg

td

lg

Total Opponents

0 4

0 0.0 29 7.2

0 1

0 17

2012 California Football California Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Oct 28, 2012) All games
SEASON
All Purpose g rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/g g rush

CAREER
rcv pr kr ir total avg/g

Allen, Keenan Bigelow, Brendan Anderson, C.J. Sofele, Isi Harper, Chris Rodgers, Richard Manuel, Mike Treggs, Bryce Lasco, Daniel Wark, Jacob Stevens, Eric Lowe, Michael Anthony, Marc Maynard, Zach Powe, Darius Harris, Maurice Bouza, Jackson Schwenke, Brian TEAM Total Opponents
Field Goals

9 39 737 9 343 83 9 513 120 9 477 64 9 0 380 8 0 244 9 0 0 9 -5 216 9 74 0 9 0 65 9 41 47 9 0 0 9 0 0 9 52 8 8 0 44 4 0 24 9 0 18 9 0 3 6 -13 0 9 1521 2053 9 1478 2272
att good

212 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 212 119
long

0 400 0 12 0 0 230 0 29 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 698 848
blkd

0 988 109.8 0 826 91.8 0 633 70.3 0 553 61.4 0 380 42.2 0 244 30.5 0 230 25.6 0 211 23.4 0 103 11.4 0 92 10.2 0 88 9.8 67 67 7.4 64 64 7.1 0 60 6.7 0 44 5.5 0 24 6.0 0 18 2.0 0 3 0.3 0 -13 -2.2 131 4615 512.8 71 4788 532.0 0 0 1
lg blk

33 20 22 47 9 21 17 9 9 22 32 9 39 22 8 4 14 45

230 368 858 2219 0 0 38 -5 74 0 43 0 0 160 0 0 0 0

2570 94 306 151 380 244 9 216 0 70 74 0 0 35 44 24 50 3

252 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

406 875 20 480 0 5 488 0 29 27 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67 96 0 0 0 0 0

3458 1337 1184 2850 380 249 535 211 103 97 128 67 96 195 44 24 50 3

104.8 66.8 53.8 60.6 42.2 11.9 31.5 23.4 11.4 4.4 4.0 7.4 2.5 8.9 5.5 6.0 3.6 0.1

att

good

long

blkd

D'Amato, Vincenzo Total Opponents
Punting

18 18 15

13 13 8

52 52 41

30

20

52

0

no. yds avg

no.

yds

avg

lg

blk

Leininger, Cole Mos, Steffan Total Opponents
Kickoffs no. yds avg

44 1819 41.3 61 2 75 37.5 57 46 1894 41.2 61 45 1823 40.5 62
tb ob

0 0 0 0

44 1819 2 75

41.3 37.5

61 57

0 0

no.

yds

avg

tb

ob

D'Amato, Vincenzo Beito, Noah Total Opponents

48 2990 62.3 17 1 64 64.0 0 49 3054 62.3 17 49 2965 60.5 14

1 0 1 0

60 3698 1 64

61.6 64.0

18 0

2 0

2012 California Football California Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Oct 28, 2012) All games
SEASON ## Defensive Leaders CAREER a total

23 11 1 0E 37 4 2 91 40 7 17 96 6 43 3 50 34 22 41 0B 56 55 18 90 30 99 1J 31 48 35 73 58 15 1A 0F TM 21 1F

Hill, Josh Forbes, Nick Williams, Steve Lowe, Michael Mullins, Robert Sebastian, Avery Anthony, Marc Coleman, Deandr McCain, Chris Jefferson, Jalen Scarlett, Brennan Payne, Kendrick Logan, Alex Camporeale, Dan Jackson, Kameron Tipoti, Aaron Hurrell, J.P. Broussard, Nathan Barr, Todd Lasco, Daniel Kaufusi, Keni Moala, Viliami Willis, Joel Jalil, Mustafa Ervin, Darren King, Gabe King, Lucas Ellison, Tyre Stevens, Eric Agu, Ted Rigsbee, Jordan Adcock, Chris Maynard, Zach Rodgers, Richard Harper, Chris TEAM Allen, Keenan Leininger, Cole Total Opponents

gp

9 33 30 63 9 33 30 63 9 40 16 56 9 27 23 50 8 20 30 50 9 28 16 44 9 29 15 44 9 14 25 39 8 22 16 38 6 19 19 38 7 15 18 33 9 8 15 23 7 14 7 21 9 7 14 21 9 16 5 21 7 7 11 18 7 10 7 17 9 5 7 12 9 4 6 10 9 4 4 8 5 2 4 6 8 2 4 6 9 4 2 6 7 3 2 5 9 3 2 5 5 1 3 4 8 2 1 3 9 2 . 2 9 1 1 2 4 . 1 1 9 1 . 1 9 1 . 1 9 1 . 1 8 1 . 1 9 1 . 1 6 1 . 1 9 1 . 1 9 1 . 1 9 3 83 3 34 7 17 9 3 65 2 52 6 17

ua

0.5 3.0 3.5 1.0 3.5 1.0 6.5 5.5 6.5 0.5 4.0 4.5 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.5 2.5 3.5 4.5 0.0 2.0 1.0 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 57 71

tfl sack int pbu

. . 6 . 1 1 .5 . 3 1 1 . 3 9 . . 1 .0 3 1 . . 0 .5 . . 1 1 . . . . . . 2 3 . 1 2 .0 . 1 1 . 2 .5 . 1 . . 0 .5 . 1 . . 1 .5 . 1 . 1 3 .5 . . . . . . . . . 0 .5 . . . . . 3 2 1 . . . . 1 . 2 .5 1 . . . 3 .0 . . . . 2 .0 . . . . . . . . 1 1 .0 . . . 2 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 .0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 12 29 6 8 37 9 32 10 15

fr

ff blk

. 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2

45 118 12 33 34 94 9 27 33 32 21 34 39 91 34 37 18 38 6 19 10 17 46 27 23 17 23 17 15 20 40 27 45 27 9 5 9 4 9 4 13 2 21 4 9 4 20 11 9 3 8 1 8 2 24 2 32 8 5 1 9 1 12 1 22 1 21 1 9 1 33 9 7 1

gp

ua

72 31 32 23 40 19 39 39 29 19 20 32 10 24 7 51 25 7 6 4 6 6 2 7 2 3 1 . 4 2 . . . . . . .

a

total

1 90 64 1 26 50 72 53 1 30 76 67 38 37 59 27 41 27 78 52 12 10 8 8 10 6 18 5 4 3 2 12 3 1 1 1 1 1 7 1

5.5 3.0 5.5 1.0 4.5 1.0 12.0 14.5 12.5 0.5 4.5 11.5 0.0 5.0 0.0 6.5 3.0 3.5 4.5 0.0 2.5 1.0 0.0 1.5 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

tfl

sack int pbu

1 .0 1 .5 1 .0 1 .0 1 .5 . . 4 .0 4 .0 0 .5 1 .5 6 .5 . 0 .5 . 1 .5 2 .5 3 .0 2 .0 . 1 .0 . . 0 .5 . . 1 .0 . . . . . . . . . .

4 21 . 3 6 24 3 1 . . . . 5 21 . 2 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . . . . 3 2 . 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

fr

2 1 . . 1 . . 2 . . . 1 . 1 1 1 1 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . .

ff blk

3 1 2 . 2 . 2 . . . 1 . . . . 2 . . . 1 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . .

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