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1 SCHEDULE Overall: Pac-12: Home: Away: DATE OPPONENT (TV) TIME/RESULT Sept. 5 Grambling State (P12N) 2:00 pm Sept. 12 San Diego State (P12N) 2:00 pm Sept. 19 at Texas (FOX) 6:30 pm CT/4:30 pm PT Sept. 26 *at Washington (TBA) TBA Oct. 3 *#Washington State (TBA) TBA Oct. 10 *at Utah (TBA) TBA Oct. 22 *at UCLA (ESPN) 6:00 p.m. Oct. 31 *!USC (TBA) TBA Nov. 7 *at Oregon (TBA) TBA Nov. 14 *Oregon State (TBA) TBA Nov. 21 *at Stanford (TBA) TBA Nov. 28 *+Arizona State (TBA) TBA Home games in bold at Kabam Field at California Memorial Stadium; *Pac-12 Game;!Joe Roth Game; #Homecoming; +Senior Day;!Pac- 12 Championship at Levi s Stadium; All Times Pacific Unless Noted QUICK FACTS 2014 Records 5-7, 3-6 Pac Pac-12 Finish 4th/North Division Head Coach Sonny Dykes Alma Mater (Year) Texas Tech (1993) Career Record (Years) 28-33,.459 (5) Cal Record (Years) 6-18 (2) 2014 Postseason None Location Berkeley, Calif. Founded 1868 Enrollment 37,581 Conference Pac-12 Nickname Golden Bears Colors Blue (282) and Gold (123) Home Stadium Kabam Field at Memorial Stadium Capacity (Surface) 62,467 (Matrix Turf) Chancellor Nicholas B. Dirks Director of Athletics Michael Williams Tickets (800) GO BEARS/calbears.com FOLLOW CAL FOOTBALL Follow Cal football on CalBears.com and the team s social media accounts on Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat for extensive coverage of the 2015 season. Join the hashtags #2015CalFootball and #GoBears. CalFootball CalAthletics CalCoachDykes CalAthletics Cal_Football CalAthletics CalFootball CalAthletics CALIFORN Football Associate Director of Athletic Communications (Primary contact, Road Credentials): Kyle McRae Phone: (510) Assistant Director of Athletic Communications (Secondary contact): Tim Miguel Phone: (510) Assistant Athletic Director, Athletic Communications (Home Credentials): Herb Benenson Phone: (510) CAL Opens 2015 With First Meeting Vs Grambling State GRAMBLING STATE TIGERS (0-0, 0-0 SWAC) CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS (0-0, 0-0 Pac-12) California opens the 2015 season with its first-ever meeting against Grambling State, which is just seven miles away from Louisiana Tech where Cal head coach Sonny Dykes coached before coming to Berkeley. The Golden Bears have won 11 of their last 13 home openers, dating back to Last season, Cal topped Sacramento State, 55-14, in the home opener. Since 2002, the Bears are 9-4 in season openers after last year s victory at Northwestern. In 120 seasons, Cal is all-time in season openers. Saturday s tilt with Grambling State marks the eighth time that Cal will face an FCS opponent. The Bears are 8-0 against FCS teams, with the most recent game last year s victory over Sacramento State. The 2015 Cal team features players who accounted for over 80 percent of its offense in the following categories in 2014 passing (99.7%), total offense (99.3%), rushing (98.4%), all-purpose (89.7%), total touchdowns (88.5%) and receiving (84.6%). Cal enters the 2015 season with its most experienced group under Dykes. The Bears roster lists 34 players who made a combined 228 starts last year (Offense 16/111, Defense 17/105, Specialists 1/12). Those figures are a marked improvement from 2014 when Cal entered the year with 28 players having made 164 starts (Offense 17/97; Defense 10/65; Specialists 1/12) in In 2012, Cal had 14 players who started 120 times the previous season (Offense 7/55; Defense 6/53; Specialists 1/12). Cal received a single vote in the 2015 AP Top 25 preseason poll. The Bears last garnered top-25 consideration following their 4-1 start last season. Game 1: California Golden Bears vs. Grambling State Saturday, Sept. 5 2:00 pm PT Kabam Field at California Memorial Stadium Berkeley, CA TV: Pac-12 Networks Roxy Bernstein (Play-By-Play), Mike Pawlawski (Analyst), Drea Avent (Sideline Reporter) Cal Radio: KGO 810 AM, Cal IMG Sports Network, TuneIn Joe Starkey (Play- By-Play), Dave Barr (Analyst), Todd McKim (Sideline Reporter) Cal Student Radio: KALX 90.7 FM Glenn Borok (Play-By-Play), David Straub (Analyst), Todd Vogel (Analyst) Live Stats: CalBears.com, Cal.StatBroadcast.com Live Audio: TuneIn calbears.com/tunein SiriusXM Satellite Radio: Sirius (93), XM (197) Series History: First Meeting QUICK HITTERS Cal finished the 2014 season with an overall record of 5-7 for a four-win turnaround from 2013 which was its best since the 2002 squad went 7-5 overall after the 2001 club finished National honors candidate junior quarterback Jared Goff is a Heisman Trophy contender and has been named to nearly every watch list for college football s top player and quarterback awards. Goff is the nation s second-leading returning passer after ranking fifth in nationally in passing touchdowns (35), passing yards (3,973) and passing yards per game (331.1) last season. He is already the holder of 19 school records Senior running back Daniel Lasco has is a preseason candidate for the Doak Walker Award after a breakout season last fall when he rushed for 1,115 yards and combined for 1,471 rushing and receiving yards the most for a Bear in those categories since the 2011 and 2008 seasons, respectively. Senior Trevor Davis is a second-team preseason All-American as a kick returner and on the watch list for the Paul Hornung Award honoring the nation s most versatile player. Davis equaled NCAA and Pac- 12 records in 2014 when he became the 20th player in FBS history and the third in the Pac-12 to bring back two kick returns in a single game on consecutive kick returns at Washington State. Seven of the eight Cal players who recorded at least 20 catches in 2014 are returning, led by junior wide receiver Kenny Lawler who posted a team-best 54 receptions a year ago. Senior wide receiver Bryce Treggs was right behind with 52 catches. The others on the list are Stephen Anderson (46), Daniel Lasco (33), Maurice Harris (25), Trevor Davis (24) and Darius Powe (20). Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5,

2 THIS WEEK IN THE PAC-12 STANDINGS NORTH Team Pac-12 Overall California Oregon Oregon State Stanford Washington Washington State SOUTH Team Pac-12 Overall Colorado Arizona Arizona State UCLA USC Utah This Week s Pac-12 Games Thursday, Sept. 3 Michigan at Utah (FOX Sports 1) UTSA at Arizona (Pac-12 Networks) Colorado at Hawai i (CBS Sports) Friday, Sept. 4 Weber State at Oregon State (Pac-12 Networks) Washington at Boise State (ESPN) Saturday, Sept. 5 Stanford at Northwestern (ESPN) Portland State at Washington State (Pac-12 Networks) Virginia at UCLA (FOX) Grambling State at California (Pac-12 Networks) Arizona State vs. Texas A&M (ESPN) Eastern Washington at Oregon (Pac-12 Networks) Arkansas State at USC (Pac-12 Networks) 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Jared Goff Heisman Trophy and National Honors Candidate Jared Goff enters the 2015 season with having been named to the watch lists for nearly every quarterback and player of the year award, including the Maxwell Award Watch List for the honor given annually to the College Football Player of the Year. He is also a preseason contender for the Heisman Trophy. Goff currently holds 19 school records including career marks for 500-yard (2), 400-yard (5), 300-yard (12) and 250-yard (17) passing performances, and he ranks third on Cal s all-time list for career passing yards (7481), touchdowns (53) and total offense (7,375). Beginning his true junior season this week, Goff has completed 636-of-1040 passes (61.2%) for 7,481 yards with 53 touchdowns with 17 interceptions for a passer efficiency rating that ranks fourth on Cal s all-time list. He has twice set Cal s single-game mark for passing yards with his current personal best of 527 at Washington State in 2014 after throwing for a thenschool record 504 against the Cougars at home in He also added singlegame records for passing attempts (64) and total plays (71) in his first collegiate game in the 2013 season opener against Northwestern. Goff is Cal s career record holder for 300-yard passing games (12) and 250-yard passing performances (17). He is the Pac-12 s returning leader from 2014 in passing yards per game (331.1), passing yards (3973), passing touchdowns (35), completions (26.33) and total offense (327.4) Goff threw for 17 more TDs in 2014 than he did all of 2013 and also had three fewer interceptions with seven in 2014 after 10 in Goff threw a pass of at least 55 yards in each of the first five games of 2014 and had eight of 50 or more on the season as well as four of 75 or more. FINAL 2014 TOP-10 STAT RANKINGS CATEGORY NCAA PAC-12 STAT PASSING YARDS 5TH 2ND 3973 PASSING YARDS PER GAME 5TH 2ND TOUCHDOWN PASSES 5TH 3RD 35 COMPLETIONS PER GAME 5TH 3RD IN THE CAL RECORD BOOK CATEGORY RANKING STAT PASSING YARDS GAME 1ST 527 (2014) PASSING YARDS SEASON 1ST 3973 (2014) 300-YARD PASSING GAMES CAREER 1ST YARD PASSING GAMES CAREER 1ST 17 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS SEASON 1ST 35 (2014) PASSING YARDS SEASON 2ND 3508 (2013) PASSING YARDS CAREER 3RD 7481 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS CAREER 3RD 53 PASSING EFFICIENCY SEASON 4TH (2014) PASSING EFFICIENCY CAREER 4TH Dykes Begins Third Season Sonny Dykes has the Cal football program on the cusp of a breakthrough season in his third campaign as the Golden Bears head coach and his 21st as a collegiate football coach in There is a tremendous amount of optimism at Cal after the Bears four-win improvement in 2014 that was the best turnaround for the program since 2002 and left Cal one victory shy of playing in its first bowl game since If history gives an indication, then Cal could be in for a big year in Prior to moving to Berkeley, Dykes spent three seasons as head coach at Louisiana Tech ( ) where he improved the Bulldogs program all three years with his 2012 team finishing 9-3 overall and reaching as high as No. 18 in the national polls. In his third season as the offensive coordinator at Arizona in 2009, the Wildcats were 8-5 overall, 6-3 in the Pac-12 and played in the Holiday Bowl. 2 Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5, 2015

3 2014 FINAL CAL TEAM STAT RANKINGS TOTAL OFFENSE NCAA Pac ypg 13th 3rd RUSHING OFFENSE ypg 84th 10th PASSING OFFENSE ypg 6th 2nd SCORING OFFENSE: 38.2 ppg 10th 2nd TOTAL DEFENSE ypg 121st 12th RUSHING DEFENSE ypg 38th 4th PASS EFFICIENCY th 4th SCORING DEFENSE 39.8 ppg 120th 12th TURNOVER MARGIN -3; 17 gained, 20 lost 85th 9th 3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS , 46.1% 23rd 3rd 4TH DOWN CONVERSIONS 19-28, 67.9% 14th 1st RED ZONE OFFENSE 45-51, 88.2% T-27th 5th RED ZONE DEFENSE 51-62, 82.3% 57th 5th NET PUNTING 36.3 ypp 85th 9th PUNT RETURNS 7.6 ypr 65th 8th KICKOFF RETURNS 22.9 ypr 24th 4th FIRST DOWNS OFFENSE 26.6 fdpg T-19th 4th FIRST DOWNS DEFENSE 27.7 fddpg 121st 10th FEWEST PENALTY YARDS 82.2 pyg T-123rd 12th TIME OF POSSESSION 29:57 55th 6th 2014 FINAL CAL INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS PASSING YARDS NCAA Pac-12 Jared Goff, ypg 5th 2nd PASSING EFFICIENCY Jared Goff, pepg 21st 4th TOTAL OFFENSE Jared Goff, ypg 8th 3rd RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME Stephen Anderson, 66.1 ypg 70th 11th RECEPTIONS PER GAME Stephen Anderson, 4.9 rpg 73rd 13th RUSHING YARDS PER GAME Daniel Lasco 92.9 ypg 36th 5th SCORING James Langford, 7.4 ppg 63rd 9th PUNTING Cole Leininger, 39.8 ppg 87th 9th KICK RETURNS Trevor Davis, 32.6 ypg 2nd 1st PUNT RETURNS Chris Harper, 7.7ypr N/A N/A FIELD GOALS James Langford,.92 fgpg 86th 8th FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE James Langford, th 10th ALL PURPOSE RUNNERS Daniel Lasco, th 8th TACKLES Michael Lowe, 6.7tpg 185th 14th PASSES DEFENDED Griffin Piatt,.75pdpg N/A N/A INTERCEPTIONS Griffin Piatt,.25ipg N/A N/A SACKS Devante Downs,.25 N/A N/A New Coaches and Coaching Assignment Changes in 2015 Sonny Dykes has hired Brandon Jones to be the run game coordinator and offensive line coach and John Lovett to work with the cornerbacks. Dykes also promoted Jacob Peeler from a graduate assistant to a full-time coach for the inside receivers. In addition to the coaching additions and promotions, Tony Franklin has added the duties of running backs coach to his role of offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach while Dykes will work with the wide receivers and Greg Burns will coach the safeties rather than the entire defensive backfield. Linebackers coach Garret Chachere (associate head coach) and special teams coordinator Mark Tommerdahl (assistant head coach) have also added coaching responsibilities. Lasco Among Scoring Leaders, Runs Scoring Streak to Seven Like Jared Goff, Daniel Lasco is also a national honors candidate heading into the 2015 season, having been named a preseason candidate for the Doak Walker Award given to the nation s top running back. Lasco is coming off of a breakout junior campaign in 2014 in which he earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors after becoming the first Cal player to rush for 1,000 yards or more since 2011 by totaling 1,115 rushing yards on 210 carries, while adding 14 total touchdowns, including 12 rushing scores. Lasco had a team-high 1,471 all-purpose yards with the combined 1,471 rushing and receiving yards the most by a Cal player since 2008 when Jahvid Best combined for 1,826 (1580 rushing, 246 receiving). His 188 rushing yards at Oregon State last season were the most by a Cal player since Isi Sofele had 190 vs. Oregon State at AT&T Park in 2011, while his three rushing touchdowns and 30 carries were the most since Shane Vereen had three rushing touchdowns and 193 yards on 42 carries at Stanford in He totaled five 100-yard rushing games including three of his last four contests, adding 130 yards on 26 carries vs. BYU, 123 yards on 20 carries at Arizona, 108 yards on 18 carries vs. Colorado and 103 yards on 18 carries against Stanford Lasco was on the receiving end of a 92-yard touchdown pass from Jared Goff against Colorado last season. The pass play is the longest in school history Season Captains Named Head coach Sonny Dykes announced during a team meeting last Sunday that Jared Goff, Daniel Lasco, Stefan McClure, Hardy Nickerson and Jordan Rigsbee have been elected as captains for the 2015 season in a vote of their teammates. Mc- Clure s selection was his third in as many seasons as he became the first player in school history to be selected as a team captain three times. Goff and Lasco were chosen for the second consecutive campaign, while Nickerson and Rigsbee were picked for the first time. Preseason Individual Honors Jared Goff, Jr., QB Heisman Trophy contender, preseason watch lists for Walter Camp, Maxwell Player of the Year, Davey O Brien and Manning Quarterback of the Year Daniel Lasco, Sr., RB Preseason candidate for Doak Walker Award Trevor Davis, Sr., WR Second-team preseason All-American (Sporting News) as a kick returner in 2015, Paul Hornung Award Watch List Kenny Lawler, Jr., WR Preseason second-team All-Pac-12 pick (Athlon) and a third-team all-conference pick (Phil Steele) Stephen Anderson, Sr., WR Third-Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Michael Barton, Jr., LB Second-Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Chris Borrayo, Jr., OL Second-Team All-Pac-12 (Lindy s, Phil Steele), Third-Team All-Pac-12 (Athlon) Mustafa Jalil, Sr., DT Third-Team All-Pac-12 (Athlon) Stefan McClure, Sr., S Allstate AFCA Good Works Team Nominee, Fourth- Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele), Wuerffel Trophy Watch List Bryce Treggs, WR Third-Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Darius White, DB Third-Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5,

4 2014 CAL S PAC-12 TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS SCORED KICKING: 13, vs Sacramento State; 13 at Oregon State OFFENSIVE PLAYS: 101, vs BYU PASSING YARDS: 527, at Washington State PASS ATTEMPTS: 53, at Washington State PASSING TDS: 7, vs Colorado PASSES COMPLETED: 38, vs BYU HAD INTERCEPTED: 2; at Northwestern, at Arizona FIELD GOALS MADE: 3, at Oregon State; 26, 41, 47 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: 100.0, at Northwestern (1-1), at Washington State (2-2) PAT KICKS PERCENTAGE: 100.0, at Northwestern (4-4); 100.0, vs Sacramento State (7-7); at Arizona (6-6); vs Colorado (8-8); vs UCLA (4-4); vs Oregon (5-5); at Oregon State (4-4); at USC (4-4); vs Stanford (2-2); vs BYU (5-5) PUNTS: 8, vs UCLA LONGEST PUNT: 59, vs. Washington YARDS PUNTED: 352, vs. UCLA PUNT AVERAGE: 46, vs Sacramento State KICK RETURNS: 8; at Washington State, vs UCLA KICK RETURN YARDS: 286, at Washington State LONGEST KICK RETURN: 100, at Washington State TURNOVERS CAUSED BY: 5; vs. Stanford FUMBLES LOST: 3; vs Washington 2014 CAL S PAC-12 PLAYER GAME HIGHS POINTS: 13, James Langford, at Oregon State TOUCHDOWNS: 4, Trevor Davis, at Washington State TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS: 518, Jared Goff, at Washington State TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS: 67, Jared Goff, vs BYU PASSING YARDS: 527, Jared Goff, at Washington State PASS ATTEMPTS: 60, Jared Goff, vs BYU PASSES COMPLETED: 38, Jared Goff, vs BYU RECEPTIONS: 12, Kenny Lawler, vs BYU PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE: 77.2%, Jared Goff (17-22) vs Sacramento State FIELD GOALS MADE: 3, James Langford; at Oregon State FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: 100.0%,James Langford at. Northwestern (1-1), at Washington State (2-2) PAT KICKS PERCENTAGE: 100.0%; James Langford at Northwestern (4-4), vs Sacramento State (7-7) at Arizona (6-6), vs Colorado (8-8), vs UCLA (4-4), vs Oregon (5-5), at Oregon State (4-4), at USC (4-4), vs Stanford (2-2), vs BYU (5-5) PUNTS: 8, Cole Leininger, vs UCLA LONGEST PUNT: 59, Cole Leininger, vs Washington YARDS PUNTED: 352, Cole Leininger, vs UCLA PUNT AVERAGE: 46, Cole Leininger, vs Washington KICK RETURNS: 5, Khalfani Muhammad, vs Colorado, vs Washington State KICK RETURN YARDS: 198, Trevor Davis, at Washington State LONGEST KICK RETURN: 100, Trevor Davis, at Washington State INTERCEPTIONS: 1, Jalen Jefferson at Northwestern; 1, Griffin Piatt at Northwestern; 1, Griffin Piatt vs Sacramento State: 1, Griffin Piatt at Arizona: 1, Jake Kearney vs Colorado: 1, Cameron Walker vs UCLA; 1, Stefan McClure vs Oregon; 1, Caleb Coleman at Oregon State; 1, Hardy Nickerson at USC; 1, Darius White vs Stanford; 1, Caleb Coleman vs BYU Davis Named Second-Team Preseason All-American Kick Returner Wide receiver/returner Trevor Davis has been named a second-team preseason All-American (Sporting News) as a kick returner in 2015 and is a member of the Paul Hornung Award Watch List honoring the nation s most versatile player. He equaled NCAA and Pac-12 records in 2014 when he became the 20th player in FBS history and the third in the Pac-12 to bring back two kick returns for touchdowns in a single game, which came on consecutive returns at Washington State. Davis ranked second in the nation in kick return average (32.6 ypr) in 2014 and was tied for second with his two TD kick returns. He was also tabbed a 2015 third-team preseason All-Pac-12 pick by Athlon and Phil Steele. Kenny Lawler Sits Atop Deep Wide Receiver Corps Kenny Lawler s nine receiving touchdowns in 2014, which included a schoolrecord-tying three in the season finale against BYU, are tied for fifth on Cal s single-season list, while his 14 career receiving touchdowns rank ninth all-time at Cal. Lawler s 12 receptions against BYU in the 2014 season finale are tied for 10th on the school s single-game list. He is one of seven returning Bears who posted at least 20 receptions last season. Lawler has been tabbed a preseason second-team All-Pac-12 pick (Athlon) and a third-team all-conference pick (Phil Steele). Brian and Bryce Treggs: Like Father, Like Son Wide receiver Bryce Treggs collected his 150th career reception and his 1,550th career receiving yard in He s attempting to out-do what his father, Brian Treggs, did while he was a wide receiver at Cal from Thus far in his first 33 collegiate games, Bryce Treggs boasts 150 career receptions (one away from the school s top-10 list), 1,550 receiving yards, eight touchdowns and four 100-yard performances. Bryce notched season bests in receptions (10) and receiving yards (120) along with two touchdowns at Washington State last season, part of his fourth 100-career yard receiving performance. It was also Treggs first multi-touchdown game of his career. Treggs has caught a reception in 32 of the last 33 games that he has played in and his last 26 contests in a row. Brian finished his collegiate career with then-school record totals of 167 receptions (now fifth all-time at Cal) and 2,335 receiving yards (tied for fifth alltime at Cal), as well as six 100-yard receiving games (tied for seventh all-time at Cal) and 15 receiving touchdowns (eighth all-time at Cal). He also registered a single-game school-record-tying three touchdown receptions (Pacific, 1991). Spreading The Ball Around In addition to the contributions by Lawler and Treggs, there were five other Cal players to record at least 20 receptions in Stephen Anderson (46), Daniel Lasco (33), Maurice Harris (25), Trevor Davis (24) and Darius Powe (20) all seniors. Anderson broke out in 2014, recording career highs of 46 receptions, 661 yards receiving and five touchdown catches. Harris is coming off his most productive campaign as a 2014 junior when he played in all 12 games for the first time and registered a career-high six starts while contributing totals of 25 receptions, 252 yards receiving and two touchdown catches. Powe totaled 20 receptions for a career-high 328 yards receiving and a touchdown. He ranked second on the team with an average of 16.4 yards per reception, while he was sixth in receiving yards per game (32.8). 4 Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5, 2015

5 CAL IN THE NFL Cal has a total of 32 players on active 53-man NFL rosters as of Sept. 1, 2015, which opened the 2015 NFL season as the fourth-most among Pac-12 schools and 21st nationaly. Cal has had 46 NFL Draft selections in the 13 drafts held since 2003, including eight first-rounders. Cal Players Active in the NFL (32) as of Sept. 1, 2015 Keenan Allen WR...San Diego Chargers Tyson Alualu DE...Jacksonville Jaguars C.J. Anderson RB... Denver Broncos Bryan Anger P...Jacksonville Jaguars Marc Anthony CB...Jacksonville Jaguars Desmond Bishop LB... San Francisco 49ers Deandre Coleman DT...Miami Dolphins Chris Conte DB...Tampa Bay Buccaneers Justin Forsett RB... Baltimore Ravens Khairi Fortt LB...Jacksonville Jaguars Chris Harper WR... New England Patriots DeSean Jackson WR...Washington Redskins Marvin Jones WR...Cincinnati Bengals Cameron Jordan DE... New Orleans Saints Mychal Kendricks LB... Philadelphia Eagles L.P. Ladouceur LS...Dallas Cowboys Marshawn Lynch RB...Seattle Seahawks Alex Mack C... Cleveland Browns Chris McCain LB...Miami Dolphins Brandon Mebane DT...Seattle Seahawks Mike Mohamed LB... Houston Texans Aaron Rodgers QB... Green Bay Packers Richard Rodgers TE... Green Bay Packers Jeremy Ross WR...Detroit Lions Mitchell Schwartz OT... Cleveland Browns Brian Schwenke C...Tennessee Titans Craig Stevens TE...Tennessee Titans Nick Sundberg LS...Washington Redskins Will Ta ufo ou FB...Jacksonville Jaguars Giorgio Tavecchio PK... Oakland Raiders Shane Vereen RB...New York Giants Steve Williams CB...San Diego Chargers Information CalBears.com/Gameday Sponsor Gilead Giveaway Gilead Cheer Cards GAMEDAY EVENTS Pregame Cal Band Performance Grambling State Band Performance Halftime Show Cal Band Performance Grambling State Band Performance Card Stunts Rigsbee Brings Experience To Offensive Line Jordan Rigsbee is Cal s most experienced starter on either side of the ball having started all 36 games possible since Currently listed as the team s starting right guard, it marks the fourth different position he has played on the offensive line at Cal. Left tackle Steven Moore has played in 24 career games with 23 career starts. Left guard Chris Borrayo has 16 career starts heading into this season. The other two offensive linemen currently listed on the team depth chart are senior right tackle Brian Farley and junior center Dominic Granado. Farley has played in 16 contests with two starts in his career, while Granado redshirted in his first season with the program last year. Jefferson Leads Experienced Linebacker Corps Second-year defensive coordinator Art Kaufman has the luxury of multiple returning upperclassmen at linebacker like senior Jalen Jefferson and juniors Hardy Nickerson and Michael Barton. Jefferson is Cal s active career leader in tackles (169), tackle for loss yards (92), sacks (6.5) and sack yards (92) as well as the Golden Bears most experienced starter on the defensive side of the ball with 27 starts among his 31 games played. Nickerson boasts career totals of 133 tackles, 7.0 tackles for loss (-23 yards), 1.0 sack (-7 yards), one interception, one pass breakup, two fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles. He ranks first among Cal s active career leaders in fumble return yards, tied for first in fumble recoveries and tied for second in forced fumbles. Barton earned second-team preseason All-Pac-12 honors from Phil Steele after leading Cal with 80 tackles in 2014, while also pacing the squad with 7.5 tackles for loss, both career highs. Barton ranks first among Cal s active career leaders in tackles for loss (15.5). Jalil, Looney Set At D-Line Cal s defensive will feature senior Mustafa Jalil and sophomore James Looney at the defensive tackle positions. Looney will be playing for the first time at Cal since transferring last year from Wake Forest. Jalil returned to game action last year after missing the 2013 season due to injury. A third team preseason All- Pac-12 selection by Athlon, Jalil registered career highs in every category he recorded stats in tackles (35), tackles for loss (5.5), tackle for loss yards (12), sacks (1.5), sack yards (8), safeties (1) and points (2). In addition to the tackles, the starting defensive ends are currently listed as senior Kyle Kragen and junior DeVante Wilson. Kragen redshirted last year due to illness, but in 2013, he recorded 28 tackles with at least one in each of his first 11 contests as a junior while co-leading the team with 3.0 sacks. Wilson was a mid-year enrollee after spending the previous two seasons at Riverside Community College. Facing The Most Passes In The Nation Opposing quarterbacks threw on the Cal defense more than any other team in the nation in 2014, averaging over 45 attempts per game. When the Cal secondary suffered multiple injuries last season (Stefan McClure, Griffin Piatt), opposing offenses took advantage of the depleted defensive back corps and essentially abandoned the run game and threw all game long. As a result, Cal has beefed up the number of players in the secondary this season. Cal currently has nine cornerbacks and 15 safeties on the roster, compared to the eight cornerbacks and 11 safeties last season. Recognitions CalSO 50 Years Ahmad Anderson 83 - Cheer For more information on the gameday events contact: Lauren Carey, Director of Fan Experience Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5,

6 Stephen Anderson Third-Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Michael Barton Second-Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Chris Borrayo Second-Team All-Pac-12 (Lindy s, Phil Steele), Third-Team All-Pac-12 (Athlon) Trevor Davis Second-team Preseason All-American (Sporting News) as a kick returner, 2015 Third-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 (Athlon and Phil Steele) Jared Goff Heisman Trophy contender. Walter Camp, Maxwell Player of the Year, and Davey O Brien, Manning Quarterback of the Year Watch Lists. Second-Team Preseason All-Pac-12 selection (unanimous) Mustafa Jalil Third-Team All-Pac-12 (Athlon) Daniel Lasco Doak Walker Award Watch List, Heisman Trophy Possibility (Phil Steele), Second-Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) and Third-Team All-Pac-12 (Athlon, Lindy s) Kenny Lawler Preseason Second-Team All-Pac-12 (Athlon), Third-Team All-Conference (Phil Steele) Stefan McClure Allstate AFCA Good Works Team Nominee, Fourth-Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele), Wuerffel Trophy Watch List Bryce Treggs Third-Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Darius White Third-Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Monday: Inside the Locker Room Radio Show (7-8 p.m.): Sonny Dykes, Daniel Lasco and Art Kaufman. Tuesday: Weekly press conference in Tahir Family Meeting room beginning at 12:00 p.m. Sonny Dykes will speak first followed by Jared Goff Bryce Treggs and Jalen Jefferson. Practice, which is open to the media, begins around 4:15. Coaches and players will be available on the field after practice around 6:15. Wednesday: Coaches and players will be available on the field after the closed practice ends around 5:15. Thursday: Coaches will be available on the field after the closed practice ends around 6:00. Friday: No availability. WATCH LISTS/AWARDS THIS WEEK S MEDIA SCHEDULE Saturday: Coaches and players will be available following Saturday s 2 p.m. game in the Tahir Family Meeting Room. Media will call opens at 10:00 a.m. Sunday: Teleconference call with Sonny Dykes and players to be announced later around 7:15 p.m. Bears Add Depth At Defensive Back Senior Darius White and sophomore Darius Allensworth are listed as the starters at cornerback, while senior Stefan McClure and junior Damariay Drew are listed as starters at safety. Behind McClure on the depth chart is converted quarterback turned safety Luke Rubenzer. White missed the first two games last season due to injury, but still ended the year with 28 tackles, one interception and three pass breakups over the final eight contests. Allensworth played in all 12 games off the bench as a redshirt freshman in 2014 and tied for the team lead with six pass breakups, while also contributing 32 tackles, 1.0 sack (-8 yards) and 1.0 tackle for loss (-8 yards). McClure, who was recently named a team captain for the third straight season, shares the lead among active Cal players in career passes defended (9), pass breakups (7) and fumble recoveries (2) in 24 games played. Drew played in all 12 games with three starts as a redshirt freshman in 2013 and recorded 52 tackles. Also expected to be in the mix at cornerback are junior college transfer Antoine Albert and sophomore De Zhon Grace, and at safety, Rubenzer, junior Khari Vanderbilt, sophomore Derron Brown and freshman Evan Rambo. Newcomers On The Cal Depth Chart Cal boasts much more experience on its roster and depth chart in 2015 than in the previous two seasons, but the Bears still have underclassmen who have made their way onto the depth chart. Six freshmen are listed as backups at offensive line - Addison Ooms (redshirt), Patrick Mekari, Ryan Gibson, Semisi Uluave, Michael Trani (reshirt) and Kamryn Bennett (redshirt). Redshirt freshman Chase Forrest and true freshman Ross Bowers are currently backing up Jared Goff at quarterback, while true freshman Lonny Powell, who enrolled early last spring, is on the running back depth chart. True freshmen Kanawai Noa and Brandon Singleton are both listed on the depth chart at wide receiver along with Kyle Wells, Carlos Strickland and Austin Aaron. Noa, who particularly impressed Cal coaches during training camp, is also currently listed as the team s No. 1 punt returner. Defensively, Cal has four freshmen currently listed on the team s depth chart - Trey Turner, Malik Psalms, Evan Rambo and Jaylinn Hawkins. All four are listed as defensive backs. Leininger On All-Time List Senior punter Cole Leininger has punted 181 times for 7,425 yards and a 41.0 yards per punt average that ranks just outside Cal s all-time top-10 list. In 2014, he registered a 39.8 yards per punt average that ranked ninth in the Pac-12 and 87th nationally, punting 52 times for 2,072 yards. Starkey Enjoys 41st Season Long-time Cal radio play-by-play announcer Joe Starkey is in his 41st season calling Cal football in Starkey is currently the sixth-longest tenured radio announcer in the country. Washington State s Bob Robertson tops the list at 52 years. For any questions, please contact Kyle McRae ) 6 Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5, 2015

7 NATIONAL RANKINGS WEEK 1 AP Top 25 RK TEAM RECORD PTS PVS 1 Ohio State (61) TCU Alabama Baylor Michigan State Auburn Oregon USC Georgia Florida State Notre Dame Clemson UCLA LSU Arizona State Georgia Tech Ole Miss Arkansas Oklahoma Wisconsin Stanford Arizona Boise State Missouri Tennessee Dropped from rankings: Mississippi State 11, Kansas State 18, Utah 21, Marshall 23, Louisville 24, Memphis 25 Others receiving votes: Mississippi State 100, Texas A&M 61, Oklahoma State 46, Virginia Tech 42, Utah 36, Penn State 20, Louisville 12, Cincinnati 8, Nebraska 6, Kansas State 5, Florida 4, NC State 4, Texas 3, BYU 2, Northern Illinois 2, Michigan 2, California 1, Western Kentucky 1, West Virginia 1 USA Today Coaches Poll RK TEAM RECORD PTS PVS 1 Ohio State (62) TCU (1) Alabama (1) Baylor Oregon Michigan State Auburn Florida State Georgia USC Notre Dame Clemson LSU UCLA Ole Miss Arizona State Georgia Tech Wisconsin Oklahoma Arkansas Stanford Arizona Missouri Boise State Tennessee Dropped from rankings: Mississippi State 12, Kansas State 18, Utah 20, Marshall 22, Louisville 24 Others receiving votes: Mississippi State 164, Texas A&M 149, Oklahoma State 89, Virginia Tech 70, Utah 40, Kansas State 37, Nebraska 27, Louisville 27, Minnesota 25, Penn State 20, South Carolina 18, Miami (FL) 16, Texas 8, Illinois 7, Duke 6, Air Force 5, Louisiana Tech 5, Marshall 4, Utah State 4, West Virginia 3, NC State 3, BYU 3, North Carolina 2, Florida 2, Georgia Southern 2, UCF 1, Cincinnati 1, Kentucky 1, Maryland 1, Michigan 1, Washington 1 McClure A Nominee For Allstate AFCA Good Works Team Stefan McClure was tabbed as a nominee for the 2015 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team that recognizes college football players from across the country who exemplify a superior commitment to community service and volunteerism. He was also named to the 2015 Wuerffel Trophy Watch List as one of 80 players currently under consideration for the honor that awards the FBS player that best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement. McClure has consistently been involved in community service throughout his Cal career and his worked with several organizations including the Alameda Juvenile Hall, Children s Hospital Oakland, Cleveland Middle School, High Street Boys and Girls Club, John F. Kennedy Elementary School, Martin Luther King Middle School, Playworks, Rise Community School, Sage Mentorship Program and the S.Q.U.I.R.E.S. program at San Quentin State Prison. McClure is also heavily involved as a peer advisor and mentor. McClure was also a member of the Chancellor s Task Force on Academics and Athletics working with the school s Director of Athletics to identify academic problems within the athletics department and then helped to develop a plan to improve graduation rates for student-athletes, as well as the Cal football studentathlete academic council. This marks the second straight year in which a Cal player has been nominated for the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team after Jeffrey Coprich was named to the team last season. Cal Family Cal has 10 players with fathers or grandfathers that were student-athletes at Cal in Joe Castignani, Justin Dunn, David Garner, Jared Goff, Austin Aaron, David Ortega Jr., Robbie McInerny, Hardy Nickerson, Griffin Piatt and Bryce Treggs. Treggs father, Brian, was a wide receiver at Cal from , while Nickerson s father, Hardy Sr., was a linebacker at Cal from and enjoyed a long NFL career, primarily with Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay. Garner s father, Dwight, was a letterwinner at Cal from , and made one of The Play s five laterals in the win over Stanford in Goff s father, Jerry, a more accomplished baseball player at Cal, also played one season of football for the Golden Bears. During his MLB career, Jerry played with Montreal (1990, 1992), Pittsburgh ( ) and Detroit ( ). Castignani s father, Jim, was a two-sport athlete at Cal and a member of the 1980 national championship rugby team. Dunn s father, Steve, played football at Cal and was on the field for The Play. Ortega s father, David, is in the Cal Athletic Hall of Fame and is the school s all-time tackles leader and currently works in the Cal public affairs office. McInerny s father, Dan, was the starting right fielder on Cal s 1980 College World Series team. He serves as vice chair of the Cal Baseball Foundation and earned the Carl Van Heuitt Award as the Cal baseball team s Alumnus of the Year in McInerny s late grandfather, Dick Dunn, played baseball and football at Cal, setting the school s single-game touchdown record in 1922 with six. Piatt is the grandson of former Cal men s basketball player the late Ed Dougery. Austin Aaron s father, Justin, and grandmother are both former Cal student-athletes. Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5,

8 Storylines Quarterback Ross Bowers father, John Bowers, is the assistant head coach/recruiting coordinator/outside linebackers coach at James Madison, while his mother, Joanne Bowers, is the head women s gymnastics coach at Washington. Former Cal defensive lineman and All-American Andre Carter ( ) is the latest in a long line of former Cal football players that have returned to Berkeley to finish requirements for a bachelor s degree. Carter, a 2001 first-round NFL Draft pick by the San Francisco 49ers, was a two-time All-Pac-10 first-team selection and, in 2000, was a finalist for the Bronco Nagurski Trophy given to the nation s top defensive player. Former Cal football student-athletes Ron Coccimiglio ( ) and Tarik Glenn ( ) both currently work with the program in roles where they can help current football student-athletes with life skills and career development. Coccimiglio serves as the director of career development, while Glenn is a student-athlete development advisor. Jeffrey Coprich is the founder of the Essence K. Coprich Book Club at 116th Street Elementary School in South Central Los Angeles in memory of his seven-year-old sister, Essence, who was killed in a car crash that Jeffrey survived on his third birthday. Coprich was selected to the 2014 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team honoring 22 of the nation s top college football players across the nation for their commitment to community service. Offensive lineman Brian Farley also plays on the Cal men s lacrosse club team. Offensive lineman Dominic Granado s father is a Pac-12 football official who is on hiatus while Dominic is at Cal but plans on returning to his officiating duties on the Pac-12 s gridirons following his son s playing career at Cal. Offensive lineman Vincent Johnson s father is the chief operating officer at the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. Defensive end Kyle Kragen is the son of former NFL defensive lineman, Greg Kragen, who played in three Super Bowls and five conference championship games over 13 seasons as an NFL defensive lineman with Denver ( ), Kansas City (1994) and Carolina ( ), earning All-Pro honors three times (1989, 1991, 1992) and being selected to the Pro Bowl once (1989) while registering 28.5 sacks and one interception in 200 career games. Senior safety Stefan McClure is a nominee for the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team that Coprich (2014) and former Cal linebacker Nick Forbes (2012) have been selected for over the past three seasons. McClure was also recently named to the 2015 Wuerffel Trophy Watch List as one of 80 players currently under consideration for the honor that awards the FBS player that best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement. McClure has consistently been involved in community service throughout his Cal career and his worked with several organizations including the Alameda Juvenile Hall, Children s Hospital Oakland, Cleveland Middle School, High Street Boys and Girls Club, John F. Kennedy Elementary School, Martin Luther King Middle School, Playworks, Rise Community School, Sage Mentorship Program and the S.Q.U.I.R.E.S. program at San Quentin State Prison. McClure is also heavily involved as a peer advisor and mentor. In addition, he was a member of the Chancellor s Task Force on Academics and Athletics working with Cal s Director of Athletics to identify academic problems within the athletics department and then helped to develop a plan to improve graduation rates for studentathletes, as well as the Cal football student-athlete academic council. McClure would like to eventually become a collegiate Director of Athletics when his football career is over. Junior linebacker Hardy Nickerson s father, Hardy Nickerson Sr., played 16 seasons in the NFL from , and in 2015 is currently in his second season as the linebackers coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Hardy Nickerson is also ambidextrous. He writes with his left hand, but does everything else with his right hand as the favorable hand. The 2015 campaign will mark the eighth and final season that one of two Rigsbee brothers has manned an offensive line position. Fifthyear senior Jordan Rigsbee is in his final season in 2015 while his older brother, Tyler was on the Cal roster from with the pair overlapping for two seasons. Running back/wide receiver Bug Rivera is the nephew of former Cal standout and current head coach of the Carolina Panthers, Ron Rivera. Defensive end Cameron Saffle s mother, Shauna Saffle, was one of the first 50 employees at Microsoft. Wide receiver Brandon Singleton s father, Nate Singleton, played football at Grambling State, who Cal will open against in 2015, and also in the NFL for the San Francisco 49ers. Kyle Wells father, Mike, played football for the San Francisco 49ers after playing collegiately at San Diego State. Wide receiver Carlos Strickland, a native of Texas (Dallas), grew up a Cal fan without having any connection to the program. Strickland is one of six Bears who are Texas natives. The other five are Daniel Lasco (The Woodlands), Vic Enwere (Missouri City), Nathan Broussard (Plano), Billy McCrary III (Austin) and Noah Westerfield (Frisco). Semisi Uluave and Kanawai Noa are natives of Hawai i and both attended Punahou High School in Honolulu. The two have played football together and been close friends since the seventh grade. Bud Dog Turner will celebrate his 46th season involved with Cal football in 2015 and likes to say that he is halfway through his career. He helps with team operations. Defensive tackle Russell Ude and his family have a strong rugby background with three cousins playing the sport professionally. Junior defensive end DeVante Wilson is looking to play in his first game for a Football Bowl Subdivison school after originally signing with USC as part of the 2011 recruiting class. After missing two seasons at USC due to injuries, Wilson transferred to Riverside Community College for the 2013 and 2014 campaign where he regained his form as a 2014 sophomore to earn all-conference honors and a spot in Cal s 2015 recruiting class. 8 Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5, 2015

9 2015 CAL FOOTBALL DEPTH CHART (SATURDAY, SEPT. 5, VS. GRAMBLING STATE) OFFENSE LT 64 Steven Moore (6-7, 290, Jr.*) 75 Aaron Cochran (6-8, 340, So.*) LG 66 Chris Borrayo (6-3, 310, Jr.*) 79 Patrick Mekari (6-4, 290, Fr.) 77 J.D. Hinnant (6-4, 290, So.*) C 55 Dominic Granado (6-4, 290, Jr.*) 57 Addison Ooms (6-4, 295, Fr.*) 74 Ryan Gibson (6-2, 280, Fr.) RG 73 Jordan Rigsbee (6-5, 300, Sr.*) 58 Semisi Uluave (6-5, 345, Fr.) 70 Benju Palu (6-0, 280, Jr.) 56 Michael Trani (6-3, 290, Fr.*) RT 59 Brian Farley (6-6, 305, Sr.*) 72 Kamryn Bennett (6-3, 290, Fr.*) OR 78 Vincent Johnson (6-5, 285, So.*) QB 16 Jared Goff (6-4, 215, Jr.) 14 Chase Forrest (6-2, 190, Fr.*) 7 Ross Bowers (6-2, 190, Fr.) 18 Cole Webb (6-0, 180, Sr.*) 15 David Maaghul (6-4, 220, Fr.) RB 2 Daniel Lasco (6-1, 205, Sr.*) 23 Vic Enwere (6-2, 230, So.) 5 Tre Watson (5-10, 195, So.) 20 Jeffrey Coprich (5-8, 175, Jr.*) OR 29 Khalfani Muhammad (5-9, 170, Jr.) 22 Lonny Powell (5-10, 210, Fr.) 34 Fabiano Hale (5-11, 225, So.) X 9 Trevor Davis (6-2, 185, Sr.*) OR 3 Maurice Harris (6-3, 195, Sr.*) 81 Kanawai Noa (6-0, 175, Fr.) 88 Patrick Worstell (6-2, 190, Jr.*) 19 Brandon Singleton (6-0, 165, Fr.) Y 89 Stephen Anderson (6-3, 230, Sr.*) 11 Raymond Hudson (6-3, 235, So.*) 36 Bug Rivera (5-8, 185, Jr.*) 87 Kyle Wells (6-3, 230, Fr.*) 17 Austin Aaron (6-4, 210, Fr.)) H 1 Bryce Treggs (6-0, 185, Jr.) OR 10 Darius Powe (6-3, 220, Sr.) 24 Matt Rockett (5-9, 180, So.) 28 Patrick Laird (6-0, 205, So.) Z 4 Kenny Lawler (6-3, 195, Jr.*) 21 Jack Austin (6-3, 210, So.*) OR 6 Chad Hansen (6-2, 195, So.*) 6 Carlos Strickland (6-4, 200, Fr.) DE DT DT DE SAM DEFENSE 13 Kyle Kragen (6-2, 245, Sr.*) 33 Noah Westerfield (6-3, 245, So.) 41 Todd Barr (6-2, 240, Sr.*) 9 James Looney (6-3, 280, So.*) 52 David Davis (6-0, 285, Sr.*) 92 Marcus Manley (6-3, 300, Jr.*) 90 Mustafa Jalil (6-4, 315, Sr.*) 97 Tony Mekari (6-1, 280, So.*) 91 Trevor Kelly (6-3, 300, Sr.*) 95 DeVante Wilson (6-5, 265, Jr.*) 11 Jonathan Johnson (6-2, 245, Sr.) 75 Puka Lopa (6-1, 250, Sr.*) 30 Jake Kearney (6-2, 225, Jr.) 55 Aisea Tongilava (6-0, 220, So.) NICK 10 Caleb Coleman (6-0, 190, So.*) 23 Cameron Walker (5-10, 185, Jr.) 19 Trey Turner (6-0, 180, Fr.) MIKE 47 Hardy Nickerson (6-0, 225, Jr.*) 31 Raymond Davison (6-2, 225, So.*) 25 Hamilton Anoa i (6-2, 235, So.) 22 Nathan Broussard (6-3, 245, Sr.*) WILL CB S S CB 7 Jalen Jefferson (6-2, 240, Sr.*) 8 Michael Barton (6-0, 240, Jr.*) 1 Devante Downs (6-3, 240, So.) 6 Darius White (6-0, 180, Sr.) 34 De Zhon Grace (5-10, 175, So.*) 37 Cedric Dozier (5-10, 180, Jr.*) 23 Malik Psalms (6-2, 175, Fr.) 21 Stefan McClure (5-11, 205, Sr.*) 17 Luke Rubenzer (6-0, 195, So.) 4 Derron Brown (6-1, 200, So.) 27 Damariay Drew (5-11, 200, Jr.*) 39 Khari Vanderbilt (6-1, 195, Jr.) 32 Evan Rambo (6-3, 190, Fr.) 2 Darius Allensworth (6-0, 190, So.*) 15 Antoine Albert (6-1, 180, Jr.) 18 Joel Willis (5-11, 190, Sr.*) 20 Jaylinn Hawkins (6-1, 195, Fr.) SPECIALISTS PK/KO 13 Noah Beito (6-0, 185, Jr.*) 9 Matt Anderson (6-0, 185, So.*) 39 Franklyn Cervenka (5-10, 170, Jr.*) 41 Robbie McInerny (5-10, 170, So.*) P 16 Cole Leininger (6-1, 210, Sr.) SNAP 48 Bradley Northnagel (6-3, 250, Jr.*) HLD 16 Cole Leininger (6-1, 210, Sr.) 21 Jack Austin (6-3, 210, So.*) PRONUNCIATIONS NO NAME PRONUNCIATION 38 Harry ADOLPHUS uh-dolph-us 15 ANTOINE Albert AN-twan 89 STEPHEN Anderson steven 25 Hamilton ANOA I ah-no-wad-ee 76 Henry BAZAKAS buzz-ack-iss 13 Noah BEITO BAY-toe 72 KAMRYN Bennett CAM-rin 93 LUC BEQUETTE luke beckett 66 Chris BORRAYO bore-i-oh 4 DERRON Brown duh-ron 56 Joe CASTIGNANI cas-tin-yaw-nee 39 Franklyn CERVENKA sir-vank-uh 20 Jeffrey COPRICH COP-rich 36 KAODI DIKE cody DEE-kay 45 Kennedy EMESIBE eh-mez-bee 23 Vic ENWERE en-where-e 45 Grant GLUHAICH glue-hych 34 DE ZHON Grace DAY-zhon 34 FABIANO Hale fah-bee-ahno 77 J.D. HINNANT HEN-unt 90 Mustafa JALIL juh-leal 7 JALEN Jefferson JAY-len 44 ZEANDAE Johnson zee-on-day 43 Dylan KLUMPH klump 16 Cole LEININGER lining-gur 75 PUKA LOPA POO-kuh LOW-puh 15 David MAAGHUL maggle rhymes with haggle 21 STEFAN McClure STEPH-un 41 Robbie MCINERNY mac-n-ernie 79 Patrick MEKARI muh-care-ee 97 Tony MEKARI muh-care-ee 29 KHALFANI Muhammad CAL-fawn-ee 16 CHIBUZO NWOKOCHA CHEE-boo-zo woe- COACH-ah 38 Alex NETHERDA nuh-therd-uh 81 KANAWAI Noa kahn-a-vie 57 Addison OOMS OH-ms 85 Nick PALLESCHI pa-lesh-i 70 Benji PALU paw-lu 26 Griffin PIATT PIE-ut 10 Darius POWE pow 23 Malik PSALMS salms 17 Luke RUBENZER ROO-benzer 28 Quentin TARTABULL tarta-bull 55 AISEA TONGILAVA isiah tong-uh-lava 56 Michael TRANI train-e 53 Russell UDE OOH-dey 58 SEMISI ULUAVE suh-me-c U-lu-wah-vey 39 KHARI Vanderbilt kuh-hari rhymes with safari 7 Vic WHARTON WAR-tin 88 Patrick WORSTELL WORE-stell COACHES NAME PRONUNCIATION Garret CHACHERE Mark TOMMERDAHL sash-er-ray TUM-ur-doll *has utilized redshirt season prior to 2015 bold indicates starter PR KR AND AND 81 Kanawai Noa (6-0, 175, Fr.) 9 Trevor Davis (6-2, 185, Sr.*) 9 Trevor Davis (6-2, 185, Sr.*) 29 Khalfani Muhammad (5-9, 170, Jr.) 1 Bryce Treggs (6-0, 185, Sr.) 5 Tre Watson (5-10, 195, So.) 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10 HEAD COACH SONNY DYKES Sonny Dykes has the Cal football program on the cusp of a breakthrough season in his third campaign as the Golden Bears head coach and his 21st as a collegiate football coach in There is a tremendous amount of optimism at Cal after the Bears four-win improvement in 2014 that was the best turnaround for the program since 2002 and left Cal one victory shy of playing in its first bowl game since In addition to his head coaching duties, Dykes will provide instruction in 2015 for the team s outside receivers, a position he coached for nine seasons ( ) including his final two as a co-offensive coordinator at Texas Tech. Cal finished the 2014 season with a 5-7 overall record and a 3-6 mark in conference action to place fourth in the Pac-12 North for its highest showing since the 2011 team was also fourth. Cal won four of its first five games to begin the 2014 season with back-to-back wins over Northwestern and Sacramento State. After a heartbreaking loss on a Hail Mary on the final play of the game in its Pac-12 opener at Arizona, the Bears recovered by scoring a combined 119 points in back-to-back thrilling and record-setting victories over Colorado (in double overtime) and at Washington State. Cal received votes in the AP Top 25 and USA Today national polls for the first time since 2011 on Oct. 5 after the 4-1 start and a 2-1 Pac-12 record that put Cal in first place (Pac-12 North) three games into the league schedule for the first time since The Bears picked up their fifth win of the campaign at Oregon State. Cal ranked in the top 25 nationally in a total of 10 categories in 2014 including blocked punts allowed (T1st, 0), passing offense (6th, ypg), scoring offense (10th, 38.3 ppg), total offense (13th, ypg), fourthdown conversion percentage (14th, 67.9%, 19-28), blocked punts (T16th, 1), first downs offense (19th, 319), third-down conversions (23rd, 46.1%), team passing efficiency (24th, ) and kickoff returns (24th, 22.9 ypg). Cal set or equaled 12 single-season school or modern-era records in The Bears established single-season records for passing yards (4,152), passing touchdowns (37), total yards per game (495.2 ypg), first downs passing (188), kick return touchdowns (2), fewest punt returns allowed (7) and opponent penalty yards (973). Cal set modern-era school records for points (459), scoring average (38.2 ppg) and touchdowns (61) that were second alltime behind the 1920 team (510 points, 56.7 ppg, 72 touchdowns), while tying modern-era records for PAT (56) and PAT attempts (57). Cal s 5,942 yards of total offense in 2014 was also second in school history. In addition, the Bears were involved in 18 single-game marks and became the first Cal team in the modern era to score 55 or more points in a game three times including 40 or more five times and 30 or more on 10 occasions. Cal was able to achieve all of this in 2014 with 42 players seeing action for the first time in their Cal career including 23 freshmen with 11 of those true freshmen. The Bears also used 19 other players for the first time in their Cal career. Cal players that accounted for over 80 percent of the team s offensive production in the following categories in 2014 are scheduled to return in 2015 passing (99.7%), total offense (99.3%), rushing (98.4%), all-purpose (89.6%), touchdowns (88.5%) and receiving (84.6%). National honors candidate Jared Goff has put up huge numbers in the last two seasons under Dykes tutelage and holds a total of 19 school records. Goff has already registered all-time school marks with 12 career 300-yard passing performances and yard passing games, while his 636 completions are second on the school s all-time list. He is also third all-time with 7,481 passing yards, 53 passing touchdowns, 1,040 pass attempts and 7,375 yards of total offense, as well as fourth with a passer efficiency rating. Goff also owns all-time school records for consecutive 300-yard passing games (6) and most consecutive passes without an interception (185). Goff set 15 single-season, single-game or single-play school records in 2014 including passing yards (3,973), most yardage gained (3,973), passing touchdowns (35), touchdowns responsible for (35), 300-yard passing games (7), consecutive 300-yard passing games (6), most consecutive passes without an interception (185) and total offense (3,929). He completed 316-of-509 passes (62.1%) with seven interceptions for a passer efficiency rating that was the fourth-best single-season mark in school history. His 2014 totals for passing yardage and touchdown passes are also both eighth on the all-time Pac-12 single-season rankings. Golf also had three single-game school records in 2014 with 527 passing yards against Washington State, and seven touchdown passes in regulation and seven touchdowns responsible for against Colorado, while adding a school-best 92-yard completion to Daniel Lasco in the same contest. Goff also ranked among the nation s top 10 in six individual categories in 2014 including passing touchdowns (5th), passing yards (5th), passing yards per game (5th, ypg), completions per game (5th, cpg), total offense (8th, ypg) and points responsible for per game (9th, 18.0 ppg). Dykes also tutored Goff as a 2013 true freshmen when he started all 12 games and became the first true freshman quarterback in school history to start a season-opener. Goff set school records in passing yards (3,508), most yardage gained (3,508), total offense (3,446), completions (320), pass attempts (531) and total plays (590) in his first season as the Bears signal caller before eclipsing the first three in Goff also finished the 2013 season among the nation s top 25 in completions per game (6th, cpg), passing yards per game (12th, ypg), passing yards (18th) and total offense (24th, ypg). Despite being an inexperienced unit that was the nation s secondyoungest to start the season and battling injuries that caused players on the preseason depth chart to miss 138 games, Cal still set school records in 2013 for single-season passing yards (3,977), pass completions (368) and total plays (1,046), with the passing yards mark being broken in The passing offense finished third in the Pac-12 and 10th in the nation with an average of yards per game that was also the best in school history before being surpassed in Cal s 5,443 yards of total offense in 2013 is the fourth-highest total in school history and its average of yards per game ranks fifth. There are also positive signs off the field for a program that improved its single-season Academic Progress Rate (APR) score by 46 points to 969 in the first report date under Dykes and saw its four-year APR move up three points in its second season with greatly improved data expected the next time the numbers are reported in In addition, Dykes program has become one of Cal s most active in the community. Dykes came to Cal after spending three seasons at Louisiana Tech where he directed an offense that led the nation in both scoring offense (51.50 ppg) and total offense ( ypg) during his final campaign at the helm in He spent three seasons as head coach for the Bulldogs, compiling a record and winning 16 of 17 regular-season games during one stretch over the 2011 and 2012 schedules. During his tenure at Louisiana Tech, Dykes engineered a turnaround for a program that improved all three seasons under his leadership. The Bulldogs were 4-8 the year before he arrived in 2009, then proceeded to finish 5-7, 8-5 and 9-3 in successive campaigns. In 2011, Louisiana Tech started just 1-4 before winning seven consecutive games to clinch the Western Athletic Conference title the team s first league championship in a decade and a berth in the Poinsettia Bowl. Dykes was named the WAC Coach of the Year. Dykes, the son of former longtime Texas Tech coach Spike Dykes, boasts a resume that includes additional stops in the Pac-12, Big 12 and SEC, where he served under such head coaches as Mike Stoops (Arizona), Mike Leach (Texas Tech) and Hal Mumme (Kentucky). Prior to his tenure at Arizona, Dykes spent seven seasons at his alma mater, Texas Tech, serving as receivers coach from and adding the title of co-offensive coordinator from Born in Big Springs, Texas, Dykes received his bachelor s degree in history from Texas Tech in 1993 and was a member of the Red Raider baseball team for two seasons. He is married to the former Kate Golding and they have two daughters, Alta (Ally) and Charlotte (Charlie). SONNY DYKES FILE Birthdate November 9, 1969 Hometown Big Springs, TX High School Coronado HS College Texas Tech, 1993 Bachelor s in History Family Wife, Kate Daughters, Alta (Ally) and Charlotte (Charlie) Coaching History Season School Coaching Position 1995 Navarro College Running Backs 1996 Navarro College Passing Game/Quarterbacks 1997 Kentucky Graduate Assistant/Tight Ends 1998 Northeast Louisiana Wide Receivers 1999 Kentucky Special Teams/Wide Receivers Texas Tech Wide Receivers Texas Tech Co-Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Arizona Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Louisiana Tech Head Coach 2013-Current California Head Coach 2015 California Head Coach/Outside Receivers Head Coaching Record *Season School Overall, Conference/Place 2010 Louisiana Tech 5-7, 4-4 WAC/5th 2011 Louisiana Tech 8-5, 6-1 WAC/1st 2012 Louisiana Tech 9-3, 4-2 WAC/3rd 2013 California 1-11, 0-9 Pac-12 North/6th 2014 California 5-7, 3-6 Pac-12 North/4th Totals 28-33, (14-7 WAC, 3-15 Pac-12 North) Bowl History *Season School Bowl Game 1999 Kentucky Music City Bowl 2000 Texas Tech Gallery Furniture.com Bowl 2001 Texas Tech Alamo Bowl 2002 Texas Tech Tangerine Bowl 2003 Texas Tech Houston Bowl 2004 Texas Tech Holiday Bowl 2005 Texas Tech Cotton Bowl 2006 Texas Tech Insight Bowl 2008 Arizona Las Vegas Bowl 2009 Arizona Holiday Bowl 2011 Louisiana Tech Poinsettia Bowl *Season in which bowl game is played 10 Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5, 2015

11 THE LAST TIME Cal Team Kickoff Return for TD... 98, Trevor Davis at Washington State, Oct. 4, 2014 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...60, at Washington State, Oct. 4, 2014 Back-To-Back 50+ Points vs. Colorado/59 at Washington State, Oct. 4, 2014 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 at Arizona, Oct. 23, 2004 (38-0) Overtime Game... vs Colorado, Sept. 27, 2014 (59-56) 300+ yards rushing...318, at Washington State, Oct. 13, yards rushing...431, vs. Washington, Dec. 6, 2008 <25 yards rushing... 3, vs. Stanford, Oct. 20, yards passing...393, vs BYU, Nov. 29, yards passing , at Washington State, Oct. 4, yards passing , at Washington State, Oct. 4, 2014 <100 yards passing... 92, vs. Washington, Nov. 27, yards total offense...566, vs BYU, Nov. 29, yards total offense , vs. Portland State, Sept. 7, 2013 <200 yards total offense...195, vs. Texas, Dec. 28, 2011 <150 yards total offense , 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... 4, vs. Washington, Nov. 2, 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... at Oregon State, Nov. 1, 2014 Cal Individual Rushing Rushed for 200+ yards...311, Jahvid Best vs. Washington, Dec. 6, 2008 Had a run of 50+ yards...50, Khalfani Muhammad at Arizona, Sept. 20, 2014 Had a run of 75+ yards...81, Brendan Bigelow at Ohio State, Sept. 15, 2012 Had 30+ rushing attempts...30, Daniel Lasco at Oregon State, Nov. 1, 2014 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, Daniel Lasco at Oregon State, Nov. 1, 2014 Had 4+ TD rushes... 5, Jahvid Best at Minnesota, Sept. 19, 2009 Had 5+ TD rushes... 5, Jahvid Best at Minnesota, Sept. 19, 2009 Cal Individual Passing Passed for 300+ yards , Jared Goff vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Passed for 350+ yards , Jared Goff vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Passed for 400+ yards...527, Jared Goff at Washington State, Oct. 4, 2014 Passed for 500+ yards...527, Jared Goff at Washington State, Oct. 4, 2014 Had 30+ completions...38, Jared Goff vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Had 50+ attempts...60, Jared Goff vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Completed a pass of 50+ yards...51, Goff to Davis at Washington State, Oct. 4, 2014 Completed a pass of 75+ yards...75, Goff to Anderson vs Colorado, Sept. 27, 2014 Had 4+ TD passes... 4, Jared Goff vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Cal Individual Receiving Had 10+ receptions...12, Kenny Lawler vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Had 100+ yards receiving , Kenny Lawler vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Had 150+ yards receiving...231, Chris Harper vs. Washington State, Oct, 5, 2013 Had 3+ TD catches... 3, Kenny Lawler vs. BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Cal Individual Defense Had 15+ tackles , Jalen Jefferson at Northwestern, Aug. 30, 2014 Had 20+ tackles , 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 , Tully Banta-Cain vs. New Mexico State, Sept. 7, 2002 Blocked a punt...bryce McGovern, vs. Stanford, Nov. 22, 2014 Blocked a field goal...cameron Walker vs. Washington, Oct. 11, 2014 Cal recorded a safety... Mustafa Jalil vs. USC, Nov. 13, 2014 Cal Individual Miscellaneous Scored 4+ TDs...4, Trevor Davis at Washington State, Oct. 4, 2014 Punted the ball 70+ yards... 70, Cole Leininger vs. Northwestern, Aug. 31, 2013 Kicked a 50+ yard FG...51, Vincenzo D Amato at UCLA, Oct. 12, 2013 Made 3+ FG... 3, James Langford at Oregon State, Nov. 1, 2014 Returned a blkd FG for a TD...Zack Follett at 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) Opponent Team Kickoff Return for TD...46, Nelson Spruce at Colorado, Nov. 16, 2013 Punt Return for TD...58, Charles Nelson vs. Oregon, Oct. 24, 2014 Interception Return for TD... 40, Collin Ellis vs. Northwestern, Aug. 31, 2013 Fumble Return for TD , Shaq Thompson vs Washington, Oct. 11, 2014 Scored 50+ Points...59, at Washington State, Oct. 4, 2014 Shutout by at home... vs. Arizona State, Sept. 25, 1982 (15-0) Shutout by at home (Pac 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...332, vs. Ohio State, Sept. 14, 2013 Rushed for <25 yards... 13, vs. Utah, Oct. 22, 2011 Passed for 300+ yards...433, vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Passed for 400+ yards...433, vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Passed for <100 yards...28, vs. Presbyterian, Sept. 17, 2011 Had 500+ yards total offense...540, vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Had 600+ yards total offense , at Washington State, Oct. 4, 2014 Had <200 yards total offense , vs. Utah, Oct. 22, 2011 Had <150 yards total offense...48, vs. Presbyterian, Sept. 17, 2011 Forced 4 or more turnovers...5, vs. Stanford, Nov. 22, 2014 Forced 5 or more turnovers...5, vs. Stanford, Nov. 22, 2014 Had 4 or more interceptions...4, vs. Stanford, Nov. 22, 2014 Had 5 or more interceptions... 5, at Arizona State, Nov. 7, 1998 Had 0 TO... vs. Washington, Oct. 11, 2014 Opponent Individual Rushing Rushed for 200+ yards...241, Bishop Sankey, at Washington, Oct. 26, 2013 Had a run of 50+ yards... 73, Garrett Safron, vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 6, 2014 Had a run of 75+ yards... 79, Javorius Allen vs. USC, Nov. 9, 2013 Had 30+ rushing attempts...32, Ka Deem Carey vs. Arizona, Nov. 2, 2013 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 Passing Passed 300+ yards , Christian Stewart vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Passed for 350+ yards...433, Christian Stewart vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Passed for 400+ yards...433, Christian Stewart vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Had 30+ completions... 31, Cody Kessler at USC, Nov. 13, 2014 Had 50+ attempts... 70, Connor Halliday at Washington State, Oct. 4, 2014 Comp. a pass of 50+ yards... 83, Stewart to Leslie, vs. BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Comp. a pass of 75+ yards... 83, Stewart to Lesler, vs. BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Had 4+ TD passes... 5, Christian Stewart vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Opponent Individual Receiving Had 10+ receptions...16, Nelson Agholor at USC, Nov. 13, 2014 Had 100+ yards receiving...155, Jordan Leslie vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Had 150+ yards receiving...155, Jordan Leslie vs BYU, Nov. 29, 2014 Had 200+ yards receiving...216, Nelson Agholor at USC, Nov. 13, 2014 Had 3+ TD catches...3, River Cracraft at Washington State, Oct. 4, 2014 Opponent Individual Defense Had 15+ tackles... 15, Darnell Sankey, vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 6, 2014 Had 20+ tackles... 20, Chester Burnett, vs. Arizona, Nov. 2, 1996 (4ot) Had 2+ interceptions... 2, Blake Martinez, vs. Stanford, Nov. 22, 2014 Had 5+ tackles for loss...5.0, Eric Manning, at Oregon State, Oct. 26, 2002 Had 4+ sacks , Derrick Rodgers, at Arizona State, Nov. 9, 1996 Blocked a punt... Soma Vainuku, vs. USC, Nov. 9, 2013 Blocked a field goal...brian Blechen, vs. Utah, Oct. 22, 2011 Recorded a safety... Team, vs. Arizona, Nov. 2, 2013 Opponent Individual Miscellaneous Scored 4+ touchdowns... 4, Reymound Wright, vs Stanford, Nov. 22, 2014 Punted the ball 60+ yards... 63, Alejandro Maldonado, vs. ORE, Sept. 28, 2013 Kicked a 50+ yard field goal... 53, Jake Smith, vs. Arizona, Nov. 2, 2013 Made 3+ field goals... 3, Casey Skowron, at Arizona, Sept. 20, 2014 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... Josh Shaw, vs. USC, Nov. 9, 2013 (14 yards) Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5,

12 2015 CAL FOOTBALL ROSTER ALPHABETICAL NO NAME POS HT WT YR EXP HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOLS) 17 Austin Aaron WR Fr. HS Napa, CA (Napa HS) 50 Hunter Abel DT Fr. HS Piedmont, CA (Piedmont HS) 38 Harry Adolphus P Jr.* HS Guildford, England (Cranleigh School) 15 Antoine Albert CB Jr. JC Oakland, CA (Diablo Valley College/Oakland Tech HS) 89 Nick Allard DE Fr.* RS Carlsbad, CA (St. Augustine HS) 2 Darius Allensworth CB So.* 1L Menifee, CA (Heritage HS) 48 Jacob Anderson NB Jr. JC Tustin, CA (Golden West College/Tustin HS) 9 Matt Anderson PK So.* SQ Danville, CA (San Ramon Valley HS) 89 Stephen Anderson TE Sr.* 3L San Jose, CA (Piedmont Hills HS) 25 Hamilton Anoa i LB So. 1L San Mateo, CA (Serra HS) 50 Zach Artman OL Fr.* RS San Jose, CA (Valley Christian HS) 80 Jake Ashton TE Fr.* RS Indio, CA (Xavier College Prep HS) 21 Jack Austin WR So.* 1L Chino Hills, CA (Chino Hills HS) 41 Todd Barr DE Sr.* 3L Lakewood, CA (Lakewood HS) 8 Michael Barton LB Jr.* 2L Richmond, CA (De La Salle HS) 76 Henry Bazakas OL Fr. HS Berkeley, CA (Berkeley HS) 13 Noah Beito PK Jr.* SQ Scotts Valley, CA (Scotts Valley HS) 72 Kamryn Bennett OL Fr.* RS Peoria, AZ (Centennial HS) 93 Luc Bequette DT Fr. HS Little Rock, AR (Catholic HS) 98 Cody Bickham DE Jr. HS Half Moon Bay, CA (Saint Francis HS) 11 Andrew Black QB Fr.* RS Spokane, WA (Lewis and Clark HS) 66 Chris Borrayo OL Jr. 2L Paramount, CA (Paramount HS) 7 Ross Bowers QB Fr. HS Bothell, WA (Bothell HS) 22 Nathan Broussard LB Sr.* 1L Plano, TX (Plano West HS) 4 Derron Brown S So. JC Oakland, CA (Mesa Community College/ Betty H. Fairfax HS) 13 Erik Brown WR Fr.* RS Fontana, CA (Summit HS) 46 Drew Bryant LB Fr.* RS Sparks, NV (Reed HS) 56 Joe Castignani LB Fr.* RS San Jose, CA (Bellarmine Prep) 39 Franklyn Cervenka PK Jr.* RS La Cañada Flintridge, CA (Pasadena City College/ Wagner/La Cañada HS) 75 Aaron Cochran OL So.* SQ Atwater, CA (Buhach Colony HS) 10 Caleb Coleman NB So.* 1L Berkeley, CA (St. Mary s College HS) 20 Jeffrey Coprich RB Jr.* 1L Watts, CA (West Ranch HS/Golden Valley HS) 27 Ashtyn Davis CB Fr.* HS Santa Cruz, CA (Santa Cruz HS) 52 David Davis DT Sr.* 1L Palos Verdes Estates, CA (Long Beach City College/ Washington State/Palos Verdes HS) 9 Trevor Davis WR Sr.* 1L Martinez, CA (Hawai i/alhambra HS) 31 Raymond Davison LB So.* 1L Encino, CA (Crespi Carmelite HS) 36 Kaodi Dike S Jr. TR Mountain House, CA (Nevada/St. Mary s HS) 1 Devante Downs LB So. 1L Mountlake Terrace, WA (Mountlake Terrace HS) 37 Cedric Dozier CB Jr.* 2L Roanoke, AL (Lakes HS) 27 Damariay Drew S Jr.* 1L Livermore, CA (Butte College/Livermore HS) 84 Justin Dunn WR Fr.* RS Lafayette, CA (Campolindo HS) 45 Kennedy Emesibe DE Fr.* RS Hesperia, CA (Oak Hills HS) 23 Vic Enwere RB So. 1L Missouri City, TX (Fort Bend Austin HS) 37 Ethan Erickson PK/P Fr. HS Pacific Palisades, CA (Palisades HS) 19 Maximo Espitia LB Jr.* 2L Salem, OR (South Salem HS) 59 Brian Farley OL Sr.* 2L San Diego, CA (Patrick Henry HS) 14 Chase Forrest QB Fr.* RS Santa Ana, CA (Mater Dei HS) 42 David Garner S So.* 1L Fort Lauderdale, FL (University School/ North Broward Prep) 74 Ryan Gibson OL Fr. HS Bay St. Louis, MS (St. Stanislaus HS) 45 Grant Gluhaich LS Fr. HS Morgan Hill, CA (Bellarmine Prep) 16 Jared Goff QB Jr. 2L Novato, CA (Marin Catholic HS) 34 De Zhon Grace CB So.* RS Oakland, CA (Willamette/Bishop O Dowd HS) 55 Dominic Granado OL Jr.* RS Huntington Beach, CA (Golden West College/ Edison HS) 14 A.J. Greathouse S So. 1L Chandler, AZ (Hamilton HS) 34 Fabiano Hale RB So. SQ Santa Cruz, CA (Soquel HS) 6 Chad Hansen WR So.* RS Fillmore, CA (Idaho State/Moorpark HS) 3 Maurice Harris WR Sr.* 3L Greensboro, NC (Northern Guilford HS) 20 Jaylinn Hawkins CB Fr. HS Buena Park, CA (Buena Park HS) 77 J.D. Hinnant OL So.* SQ Fountain Valley, CA (Fountain Valley HS) 94 Trevor Howard DE Fr. HS Thousand Oaks, CA (Oaks Christian HS) 11 Raymond Hudson TE So.* 1L Pleasanton, CA (Foothill HS) 90 Mustafa Jalil DT Sr.* 3L San Diego, CA (Cathedral Catholic HS) 7 Jalen Jefferson LB Sr.* 3L Oxnard, CA (Ventura St. Bonaventure HS) 11 Jonathan Johnson DE Sr.* 1L Pittsburgh, PA (Pierce College/Snow College/ Woodland Hills HS) 78 Vincent Johnson OL So.* 1L El Dorado Hills, CA (Christian Brothers HS) 44 Zeandae Johnson DE Fr. HS Fresno, CA (Central HS) 82 Frank Kapp TE Fr. HS Los Altos, CA (Mountain View HS) 30 Jake Kearney LB Jr. 1L Livermore, CA (College of San Mateo/Granada HS) 91 Trevor Kelly DT Sr.* 1L South San Francisco, CA (College of San Mateo/ Sacramento State/El Camino HS) 43 Dylan Klumph P So. JC Malibu, CA (Golden West College/Crespi HS) 1Devante Downs LB 1 Bryce Treggsrth CB NUMERICAL 2 Daniel Lasco RB NO NAME POS 3 1 Maurice Devante Harris Downs WR LB 41 Derron Bryce Brown Treggs WR S 42 Kenny Darius Lawler Allensworth WR CB 52 Tre Daniel Watson Lasco RB 63 Chad Maurice Hansen Harris WR 64 Carlos Derron Strickland Brown WRS 64 Darius Kenny White Lawler WR CB 75 Ross Tre Watson Bowers QB RB 76 Jalen Chad Jefferson Hansen WR LB 76 Vic Carlos Wharton Strickland III WR WR 6 Darius White CB 8 Michael Barton LB 7 Ross Bowers QB 9 Matt Anderson PK 7 Jalen Jefferson LB 9 Trevor Davis WR 7 Vic Wharton III WR 9 James Looney DT 8 Michael Barton LB 109 Caleb Matt Coleman Anderson NB PK 109 Darius Trevor Powe Davis WR 119 Andrew James Black Looney QB DT 1110 Raymond Caleb Coleman Hudson NB TE 1110 Jonathan Darius Powe Johnson WR DE 1311 Noah Andrew Beito Black PK QB 1311 Erik Raymond Brown Hudson WR TE 1311 Kyle Jonathan Kragen Johnson DE 1413 Chase Noah Forrest Beito QB PK 13 Erik Brown WR 14 A.J. Greathouse S 13 Kyle Kragen DE 15 Antoine Albert CB 14 Chase Forrest QB 15 David Maaghul QB 14 A.J. Greathouse S 16 Jared Goff QB 15 Antoine Albert CB 1615 Cole David Leininger Maaghul QB P Chibuzo Jared Goff Nwokocha QB S 1716 Austin Cole Aaron Leininger WRP 1716 Luke Chibuzo Rubenzer Nwokocha S 1817 Cole Austin Webb Aaron WR QB 1817 Joel Luke Willis Rubenzer CBS 1918 Maximo Cole Webb Espitia QB LB 1918 Brandon Joel Willis Singleton WR CB Trey Maximo Turner Espitia LB S Jeffrey Brandon Coprich Singleton WR RB 19 Trey Turner S 20 Jaylinn Hawkins CB 20 Jeffrey Coprich RB 21 Jack Austin WR 20 Jaylinn Hawkins CB 21 Stefan McClure S 21 Jack Austin WR Nathan Stefan Broussard McClure LB S Lonny Nathan Powell Broussard RB LB 2322 Vic Lonny Enwere Powell RB Malik Vic Enwere Psalms CB RB Cameron Malik Psalms Walker NB CB 2423 Billy Cameron McCrary Walker III NB S Matt Billy Rockett McCrary III WRS 2524 Hamilton Matt Rockett Anoa i WR LB 2625 Griffin Hamilton Piatt Anoa i LB S 2726 Ashtyn Griffin Davis Piatt CBS 27 Ashtyn Davis CB 27 Damariay Drew 27 Damariay Drew S 28 Patrick Laird WR 28 Patrick Laird WR 28 Quentin Tartabull 28 Quentin Tartabull S 29 Khalfani Muhammad RB 29 Khalfani Muhammad RB Jake Jake Kearney Kearney LB Raymond Davison LB Evan Rambo S Nick White WR Noah Westerfield DE De Zhon Grace Grace CB Fabiano Hale Hale RB Kaodi Kaodi Dike Dike S Jonathan Jonathan McDonald McDonald S 36 Bug Rivera WR 36 Bug Rivera WR 37 Cedric Dozier CB 37 Cedric Dozier CB 12 Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5, 2015

13 2015 CAL FOOTBALL ROSTER 13 Kyle Kragen DE Sr.* 1L Danville, CA (Diablo Valley College/ San Ramon Valley HS) 28 Patrick Laird WR So. 1L San Luis Obispo, CA (Mission Prep HS) 2 Daniel Lasco RB Sr.* 3L The Woodlands, TX (The Woodlands HS) 4 Kenny Lawler WR Jr.* 2L Pomona, CA (Upland HS) 16 Cole Leininger P Sr. 3L Fruit Cove, FL (Bartram Trail HS) 9 James Looney DT So.* SQ Lake Worth, FL (Wake Forest/Lake Worth HS) 75 Puka Lopa DE Sr.* 3L Sacramento, CA (Grant HS) 15 David Maaghul QB Fr. HS San Francisco, CA (Salisbury School) 92 Marcus Manley DT Jr.* 1L Los Angeles, CA (Santa Monica College/Fairfax HS) 43 Harrison Mayo LB Fr. HS Pleasanton, CA (Amador Valley HS) 21 Stefan McClure S Sr.* 3L Vista, CA (Vista HS) 24 Billy McCrary III S Fr. HS Austin, TX (Rouse HS) 36 Jonathan McDonald S Fr.* RS Orinda, CA (Miramonte HS) 41 Robbie McInerny PK So.* SQ Laguna Beach, CA (Laguna Beach HS) 99 Malik McMorris HB Fr. HS Santa Ana, CA (Mater Dei HS) 79 Patrick Mekari OL Fr. HS Westlake Village, CA (Westlake HS) 97 Tony Mekari DT So.* 1L Westlake Village, CA (Westlake HS) 64 Steven Moore OL Jr.* 2L Elk Grove, CA (Elk Grove HS) 29 Khalfani Muhammad RB Jr. 2L Inglewood, CA (Notre Dame HS) 38 Alex Netherda WR Fr. HS Santa Rosa, CA (Maria Carillo HS) 47 Hardy Nickerson LB Jr.* 2L Oakland, CA (Bishop O Dowd HS) 81 Kanawai Noa WR Fr. HS Honolulu, HI (Punahou HS) 86 Justin Norbeck HB So. JC Irvine, CA (Golden West College/Mater Dei HS) 48 Bradley Northnagel LS Jr.* SQ San Carlos, CA (Junipero Serra HS) 16 Chibuzo Nwokocha S Fr.* RS Elk Grove, CA (Cosumnes Oaks HS) 54 Deion Oliver OL Fr.* RS Warminster, PA (Archbishop Wood HS/ Central Bucks East HS) 57 Addison Ooms OL Fr.* RS Laguna Niguel, CA (Mater Dei HS) 40 David Ortega Jr. LB Fr.* RS Moraga, CA (De La Salle HS) 85 Nick Palleschi TE Fr. HS Kailua-Kona, HI (Hawai i Prep) 96 Chris Palmer DT Fr.* RS Lawrenceville, GA (Naval Academy Preparatory School/ Collins Hill HS) 70 Benji Palu OL Jr. JC Burlingame, CA (College of San Mateo/Burlingame HS) 26 Griffin Piatt S Jr.* 1L Moraga, CA (Campolindo HS) 10 Darius Powe WR Sr. 3L Lakewood, CA (Lakewood HS) 22 Lonny Powell RB Fr. HS Sacramento, CA (Sacramento HS) 23 Malik Psalms CB Fr. HS Chino Hills, CA (Ayala HS) 32 Evan Rambo S Fr. HS Los Angeles, CA (La Salle HS) 73 Jordan Rigsbee OL Sr.* 3L Chico, CA (Pleasant Valley HS) 36 Bug Rivera WR Jr.* SQ Cypress, CA (San Diego/Cypress HS) 24 Matt Rockett WR So. 1L Santa Ana, CA (Mater Dei HS) 17 Luke Rubenzer S So. 1L Scottsdale, AZ (Saguaro HS) 51 Cameron Saffle DE Fr. HS Sammamish, WA (Skyline HS) 19 Brandon Singleton WR Fr. HS Boutte, LA (Hahnville HS) 6 Carlos Strickland WR Fr. HS Dallas, TX (Skyline HS) 28 Quentin Tartabull S Fr.* RS Mission Hills, CA (Bishop Alemany HS) 55 Aisea Tongilava LB So. 1L Garden Grove, CA (Orange Lutheran HS) 56 Michael Trani OL Fr.* RS La Mirada, CA (La Mirada HS) 1 Bryce Treggs WR Sr. 3L Inglewood, CA (St. John Bosco HS) 19 Trey Turner S Fr. HS Mobile, AL (Murphy HS) 53 Russell Ude DT Fr. HS Atlanta, GA (The Westminster School) 58 Semisi Uluave OL Fr. HS Honolulu, HI (Punahou HS) 39 Khari Vanderbilt S Jr. JC San Jose, CA (San Jose City College/Independence HS) 23 Cameron Walker NB Jr. 2L Los Angeles, CA (Loyola HS) 5 Tre Watson RB So. 1L Corona, CA (Centennial HS) 18 Cole Webb QB Sr.* SQ San Pedro, CA (El Camino College/ Mary Star of the Sea HS) 87 Kyle Wells TE Fr.* RS Loomis, CA (Del Oro HS) 33 Noah Westerfield DE So. 1L Frisco, TX (Wakeland HS) 7 Vic Wharton III WR So.* 1L Spring Hill, TN (Tennessee/Independence HS) 6 Darius White CB Sr. 1L Grenada, MS (Itawamba Community College/ Grenada HS) 32 Nick White WR Fr.* RS Irvine, CA (Beckman HS) 18 Joel Willis CB Sr.* 2L Garden Grove, CA (Pacifica HS) 95 DeVante Wilson DE Jr.* JC Corona, CA (Riverside Community College/USC/ Corona HS) 88 Patrick Worstell WR Jr.* 1L Danville, CA (San Ramon Valley HS) COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH/OUTSIDE WRs: Sonny Dykes, 3rd Season (Texas Tech, 1993) OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/QBs/RBs: Tony Franklin, 3rd Season (Murray State, 1979) DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR: Art Kaufman, 2nd Season (Arkansas at Monticello, 1980) SAFETIES: Greg Burns, 2nd Season (Washington State, 1995) ASSOC. HEAD COACH/LINEBACKERS: Garret Chachere, 2nd Season (Tulane, 1992) RUN GAME COORDINATOR/OFFENSIVE LINE: Brandon Jones, 1st Season (Texas Tech, 2006) CORNERBACKS: John Lovett, 1st Season (C.W. Post, 1973) 37 Ethan Erickson PK/P 37 Ethan Erickson PK/P 38 Harry Adolphus 38 Harry Adolphus P 38 Alex Netherda WR 38 Alex Netherda WR 39 Franklyn Cervenka PK 39 Franklyn Cervenka PK Khari Khari Vanderbilt Vanderbilt S David Ortega Jr. Jr. LB Todd Barr Barr DE Robbie McInerny PK David Garner S Dylan Klumph P Harrison Mayo Mayo LB Zeandae Johnson DE Kennedy Kennedy Emesibe Emesibe DE Grant Grant Gluhaich Gluhaich LS LS 46 Drew Bryant LB 46 Drew Bryant LB 47 Hardy Nickerson LB 47 Hardy Nickerson LB 48 Jacob Anderson NB 48 Jacob Anderson NB 48 Bradley Northnagel LS 48 Bradley Northnagel LS 50 Hunter Abel DT Hunter Zach Artman Abel OL DT Zach Cameron Artman Saffle DE OL Cameron David Davis Saffle DT DE David Russell Davis Ude DT Russell Deion Oliver Ude OL DT Deion Dominic Oliver Granado OL Dominic Aisea Tongilava Granado LB OL Aisea Joe Castignani Tongilava LB Joe Michael Castignani Trani OL LB 57 Addison Ooms OL 56 Michael Trani OL 58 Semisi Uluave OL 57 Addison Ooms OL 59 Brian Farley OL 58 Semisi Uluave OL 64 Steven Moore OL 59 Brian Farley OL 66 Chris Borrayo OL Steven Benji Palu Moore OL OL Chris Kamryn Borrayo Bennett OL Benji Jordan Palu Rigsbee OL Kamryn Ryan Gibson Bennett OL Jordan Aaron Rigsbee Cochran OL Ryan Puka Gibson Lopa DE OL Aaron Henry Cochran Bazakas OL Puka J.D. Hinnant Lopa OL DE Henry Vincent Bazakas Johnson OL OL J.D. Patrick Hinnant Mekari OL OL 80 Jake Ashton TE 78 Vincent Johnson OL 81 Kanawai Noa WR 79 Patrick Mekari OL 82 Frank Kapp TE 80 Jake Ashton TE 84 Justin Dunn WR Kanawai Nick Palleschi Noa WR TE Frank Justin Kapp Norbeck HB TE Justin Kyle Wells Dunn WR TE Nick Patrick Palleschi Worstell WR TE Justin Nick Allard Norbeck DE HB Kyle Stephen Wells Anderson TE Patrick Mustafa Worstell Jalil WR DT Nick Trevor Allard Kelly DT DE Stephen Marcus Anderson Manley DT TE Mustafa Luc Bequette Jalil DT DT 94 Trevor Howard DE 91 Trevor Kelly DT 95 DeVante Wilson DE 92 Marcus Manley DT 96 Chris Palmer DT 93 Luc Bequette DT 97 Tony Mekari DT 94 Trevor Howard DE 98 Cody Bickham DE DeVante Malik McMorris Wilson HB DE 96 Chris Palmer DT INSIDE RECEIVERS: Jacob Peeler, 3rd Season (Louisiana Tech, 1997) DEFENSIVE LINE: Fred Tate, 2nd Season (Southern Miss., 1997) ASSISTANT HEAD COACH/SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR: Mark Tommerdahl, 3rd Season (Concordia College MN, 1983) HEAD STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH: Damon Harrington, 3rd Season (Louisiana Tech, 2000) Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5,

14 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. Full career stats for and individual game logs for all members of the 2015 Cal football team can also be found on each player s bio and by visiting the sidebar of the football page at CalBears.com. #89 STEPHEN ANDERSON SR, WR, 6-3, 230 Recorded career highs of 46 receptions, 661 yards receiving and five touchdown catches in 2014 Earned third-team All-Pac-12 honors by College Sports Madness and an honorable mention selection by the Pac-12 Recorded 60 receptions and 786 yards receiving to rank third among active Cal players as well as five touchdown catches to rank tied for third Receptions: 9 (at Oregon State, 2014) Rec Yards: 136 (vs. Colorado, 2014) Rec TDs: 1 (5x, last vs. Stanford, 2014) Long Rec: 75 (vs. Colorado, 2014) All-Purpose: 136 (vs. Colorado, 2014) Receptions: 9 (at Oregon State) Rec Yards: 136 (vs. Colorado) Rec TDs: 1 (5x, last vs. Stanford) Long Rec: 75 (vs. Colorado) All-Purpose: 136 (vs. Colorado) #9 TREVOR DAVIS SR, WR, 6-2, 185 Selected as a second-team preseason All-American as a kick returner by The Sporting News, while Athlon has him as a second-team All- Pac-12 pick and Phil Steele as a third-teamer Established himself as one of the nation s top kick returners last season, ranking second nationally and leading the Pac-12 with a single-season school-record 32.6 yards per kick return average and tying for second both nationally Second on the team with 893 all-purpose yards, adding 24 receptions for 399 yards (team-leading 16.6 yards per reception) and eight punt returns for 70 yards in 2014 Receptions: 4 (vs. Colorado, 2014) Rec Yards: 93 (at Northwestern, 2014) Long Rec: 76 (at Northwestern, 2014) Rec TDs: 2 (at Wash. State, 2014) Punt Returns: 3 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) Punt Return Yards: 31 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) Long Punt Return: 17 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) KR: 3 (2x, last vs. UCLA, 2014) KR Yards: 198 (at Wash. State, 2014) Long KR: 100 (at Wash. State, 2014) KR TDs: 2 (at Wash. State, 2014) All-Purpose: 280 (at Wash. State, 2014) Receptions: 4 (vs. Colorado) Rec Yards: 93 (at Northwestern) Long Rec: 76 (at Northwestern) Rec TDs: 2 (at Wash. State) Punt Returns: 3 (vs. Sac. State) Punt Ret Yards: 31 (vs. Sac. State) Long Punt Ret: 17 (vs. Sac. State) KR: 3 (2x, last vs. UCLA) KR Yards: 198 (at Wash. State) Long KR: 100(at Wash. State) KR TDs: 2 (at Wash. State) All-Purpose: 280 (at Wash. State) #23 VIC ENWERE SO, RB, 6-1, 230 One of five true freshmen to play in all 12 games in 2014 Made significant contributions with 193 yards rushing and two scores on the ground on 34 carries to rank fourth on the team in all three categories One of the team s most impressive players during 2015 spring practices and is expected to play a major role for the Bears in 2015 Rushes: 7 (vs. Sacramento State, 2014) Rushing Yards: 47 (vs. Sacramento State, 2014) Rushing TDs: 1 (2x, last at Oregon State, 2014) Long Rush: 26 (vs. Sacramento State, 2014) Receptions: 1 (2x, last vs. Oregon, 2014) Rec Yards: 11 (vs. Washington, 2014) Long Reception: 11 (vs. Washington, 2014) All-Purpose: 64 (vs. Oregon, 2014) Points: 6 (2x, last at Oregon State, 2014) Rushes: 7 (vs. Sacramento State)) Rushing Yards: 47 (vs. Sac. State)) Rushing TDs: 1 (2x, last at Oregon St)) Long Rush: 26 (vs. Sac. State)) Receptions: 1 (2x, last vs. Oregon) Rec Yards: 11 (vs. Washington) Long Rec: 11 (vs. Washington) All-Purpose: 64 (vs. Oregon) Points: 6 (2x, last at Oregon State) #16 JARED GOFF JR, QB, 6-4, 215 Holds a total of 19 school records including single-season passing yards (3,973), passing touchdowns (35) and total offense (3,929) Among being named to the watch lists for numerous other national and quarterback player of the year awards, on the Maxwell Award Watch List for the honor given annually to the College Football Player of the Year for each of the last two seasons in 2014 and 2015 Has completed 636-of-1040 passes (61.2%) for 7,481 yards with 53 touchdowns with 17 interceptions for a passer efficiency rating that ranks fourth on Cal s all-time list In 2014, ranked among the nation s top 10 in seven individual categories including passing yards (5th, 3973), passing touchdowns (5th, 35), passing yards per game (5th, 331.1), completions per game (5th, 26.33), total offense per game (8th, 327.4), points responsible for per game (9th, 18.0) and points responsible for (T11th, 212) The Pac-12 s returning leader from 2014 in passing yards per game, passing yards, passing touchdowns, completions and total offense 2015 team captain #3 MAURICE HARRIS SR, WR, 6-3, 195 Played in 29 games with seven starts over the last three seasons, contributing 41 receptions, 451 yards receiving and four touchdowns Played in all 12 games in 2014, and registered a career-high six starts while contributing totals of 25 receptions, 252 yards receiving and two touchdown catches that were career bests Completions: 39 (vs. Northwestern, 2013) Attempts: 64 (vs. Northwestern, 2013) Passing Yards: 527 (at Wash. State, 2014) Long Pass: 92 (vs. Colorado, 2014) Passing TDs: 7 (vs. Colorado, 2014) Rushes: 9 (at Washington, 2013) Rushing Yards: 23 (vs. BYU, 2014) Long Rush: 19 (vs. UCLA, 2014) Rushing TDs: 1 (vs. Portland State, 2013) Punts: 2 (at USC, 2014) Punting Average: 41.0 (at USC, 2014) Long Punt: 50 (at USC, 2014) 50+ Yard Punts: 1 (at USC, 2014) I-20 Punts: 2 (at USC, 2014) Receptions: 9 (vs. Oregon, 2014) Rec Yards: 79 (vs. Oregon, 2014) Rec TDs: 1 (4x, last vs. Oregon, 2014) Long Reception: 35 (at Stanford, 2013) Kick Returns: 1 (at Stanford, 2013) Kick Return Yards: 13 (at Stanford, 2013) Long Kick Return: 13 (at Stanford, 2013) All-Purpose: 79 (vs. Oregon, 2014) Completions: 38 (vs. BYU) Attempts: 60 (vs. BYU) Passing Yards: 527 (at Wash. State) Long Pass: 92 (vs. Colorado) Passing TDs: 7 (vs. Colorado) Rushes: 8 (vs. Washington) Rushing Yards: 23 (vs. BYU) Long Rush: 19 (vs. UCLA) Punts: 2 (at USC) Punting Average: 41.0 (at USC) Long Punt: 50 (at USC) 50+ Yard Punts: 1 (at USC) I-20 Punts: 2 (at USC) Receptions: 9 (vs. Oregon) Rec Yards: 79 (vs. Oregon) Rec TDs: 1 (2x, last vs. Oregon) Long Rec: 30 (vs. Sac. State) All-Purpose: 79 (vs. Oregon) 14 Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5, 2015

15 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. Full career stats for and individual game logs for all members of the 2015 Cal football team can also be found on each player s bio and by visiting the sidebar of the football page at CalBears.com. #2 DANIEL LASCO SR, RB, 6-1, 205 A national honors candidate and potentially one of the nation s top running backs after a breakthrough season in 2014 in which he rushed for 1,115 yards and tallied 1,471 rushing and receiving yards Leads all active players in rushing yards (1,541), rushing touchdowns (15), rushing attempts (283), rushing yards per game (48.2 ypg), total touchdowns (17) and points (104) Preseason national honors candidate for the Doak Walker Award given to the nation s top running back A 2015 team captain Rushes: 30 (at Oregon State, 2014) Rushing Yards: 188 (at Oregon State, 2014) Rushing TDs: 3 (at Oregon State, 2014) Long Rush: 77TD (vs. Southern Utah, 2012) Receptions: 8 (vs. Oregon, 2014) Rec Yards: 101 (vs. Oregon, 2014) Long Reception: 92 (vs. Colorado, 2014) Rec TDs: 1 (2x, last at Wash. State, 2014) KR: 1 (4x, last vs.northwestern, 2013) KR Yards: 21 (vs. Nevada, 2012) Long KR: 21 (vs. Nevada, 2012) All-Purpose: 208 (at Oregon State, 2014) Points: 18 (at Oregon State, 2014) Rushes: 30 (at Oregon State) Rushing Yards: 188 (at Oregon State) Rushing TDs: 3 (at Oregon State) Long Rush: 50 (vs. Sac. State) All-Purpose: 208 (at Oregon State) Receptions: 8 (vs. Oregon Rec Yards: 101 (vs. Oregon Long Rec: 92 (vs. Colorado) Rec TDs: 1 (2x, last at Wash. State) Points: 18 (at Oregon State) #4 KENNY LAWLER JR, WR, 6-3, 195 Led the Bears with career highs of 54 receptions, 701 yards receiving and nine touchdowns in 2014 Leads all active Cal players with 14 career touchdown catches to rank ninth on the school s all-time list Other career totals include 91 receptions, 1,048 yards receiving and 45.6 yards per reception Receptions: 12 (vs. BYU, 2014) Rec Yards: 138 (vs. BYU, 2014) Long Rec: 49 (vs. UCLA, 2014) Rec TDs: 3 (2x, last vs. BYU, 2014) Receptions: 12 (vs. BYU) Rec Yards: 138 (vs. BYU) Long Rec: 49 (vs. UCLA) Rec TDs: 3 (vs. BYU) #29 KHALFANI MUHAMMAD JR, RB, 5-9, 170 Leads all active Cal players in all-purpose yards (2,205), all-purpose yards per game (100.2), kickoff returns (60) and kickoff return yards (1,295) Ranks second among all active Cal players in rushing yards (660), rushing touchdowns (8), rushing attempts (120), rushing yards per game (30.0), rushing yards per carry (5.5) and kickoff return average (21.6) Has 21 receptions for 250 yards receiving and one touchdown catch with an 11.4 yards per reception average #10 DARIUS POWE SR, WR, 6-3, 220 Career totals include 57 receptions, 693 yards receiving and three touchdown catches Totaled 20 receptions for a career-high 328 yards receiving and a career-high-tying single touchdown catch in 2014 Rushes: 14 (at UCLA, 2013) Rushing Yards: 95 (at Arizona, 2014) Long Rush: 73 (at Washington, 2013) Rushing TDs: 2 (at Arizona, 2014) Receptions: 4 (vs. Portland State, 2013) Rec Yards: 85 (vs. Portland State, 2013) Long Rec: 62 (vs. Portland State, 2013) Rec TDs: 1 (vs. Arizona, 2013) KR: 9 (at Stanford, 2013) KR Yards: 158 (at UCLA, 2013) Long KR: 52 (vs. Oregon State, 2013) All-Purpose: 224 (at UCLA, 2013) Receptions: 6 (at Oregon State, 2012) Rec Yards: 68 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) Long Rec: 60 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) Rec TDs: 1 (3x, last vs. Sac. State, 2014) All Purpose: 68 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) Rushes: 11 (at Arizona Rushing Yards: 95 (at Arizona) Long Rush: 50 (at Arizona Rushing TDs: 2 (at Arizona) Receptions: 2 (vs. Colorado) Rec Yards: 39 (vs. Colorado) Long Rec: 41 (vs. Colorado) KR: 5 (2x, last at Wash. State) KR Yards: 132 (vs. Colorado) Long KR: 37 (vs. Colorado) All-Purpose: 202 (vs. Colorado) Receptions: 4 (at Northwestern) Rec Yards: 68 (vs. Sac. State) Long Rec: 60 (vs. Sac. State) Rec TDs: 1 (vs. Sac. State) All-Purpose: 68 (vs. Sac. State) #1 BRYCE TREGGS SR, WR, 6-0, 185 The team s active career leader with 150 receptions and 1,550 receiving yards Has caught at least one pass in 32 of the 33 games and each of the past 26 contests Begins the 2015 season needing 17 receptions, 785 receiving yards and seven touchdown receptions to catch the final numbers posted by his father, Brian, during his Cal Athletic Hall of Fame career, while he is six catches outside of Cal s career top 10 in receptions Receptions: 13 (vs. Northwestern, 2013) Rec Yards: 145 (vs. Northwestern, 2013) Rec TDs: 2 (at Wash. State, 2014) Long Reception: 80 (at Arizona, 2014) All-Purpose: 145 (vs. Northwestern, 2013) PR: 4 (vs. Portland State, 2013) PR Yards: 22 (vs. Portland State, 2012) KR: 1 (vs. Oregon, 2014) KR Yards: 25 (vs. Oregon, 2014) Receptions: 10 (at Wash. State) Rec Yards: 120 (at Wash. State) Rec TDs: 2 (at Wash. State) Long Rec: 80 (at Arizona) All-Purpose: 120 (at Wash. State) PR: 1 (vs.oregon PR Yards: 1 (vs. Oregon) KR: 1 (vs.oregon KR Yards: 1 (vs. Oregon) #5 TRE WATSON SO, RB, 5-10, 195 One of five true freshmen to play in all 12 games in 2014 Boasted a team-high 20 kick returns for 407 yards and a 20.4 average Rushed 25 times for 94 yards Listed in the No. 3 spot at running back on the preseason depth chart as well as one of two second-team kick returners Rushes: 7 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) Rushing Yards: 26 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) Long Rush: 13 (at Oregon State, 2014) Rushing TDs: 1 (vs. BYU, 2014) Receptions: 1 (at Northwestern, 2014) Rec Yards: 1 (at Northwestern, 2014) KR: 8 (at USC, 2014) KR Yards: 165 (at USC, 2014) Long KR: 28 (2x, last at USC, 2014) Rushes: 7 (vs. Sac. State) Rushing Yards: 26 (vs. Sac. State) Long Rush: 13 (at Oregon State) Rushing TDs: 1 (vs. BYU) Receptions: 1 (at Northwestern) Rec Yards: 1 (at Northwestern) KR: 8 (at USC KR Yards: 165 (at USC) Long KR: 28 (2x, last at USC) Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5,

16 BROADCAST BIOS DEFENSE 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. Full career stats for and individual game logs for all members of the 2015 Cal football team can also be found on each player s bio and by visiting the sidebar of the football page at CalBears.com. #41 TODD BARR SR, DE, 6-2, 240 Cal s active career leader with three fumble recoveries, while ranking second in sacks (4.5) and both tackle for loss yards (-56) and sack yards (-34) Other career totals include 40 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss Played in all 12 games and started the first seven contests in 2014, recording career highs in nearly every category with 20 tackles, 24 tackle for loss yards, 20 sack yards, two forced fumbles Tackles: 4 (2x, last vs. Oregon, 2014) TFL: 1.5 (3x, last at Northwestern, 2014) TFL Yards: 19 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) Sacks: 1.0 (4x, last vs. Sac. State, 2014) Sack Yards: 19 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) FF: 1 (3x, last vs. Oregon, 2014) Tackles: 4 (2x, last vs. Oregon) TFL: 1.5 (at Northwestern) TFL Yards: 19 (vs. Sac. State) Sacks: 1.0 (2x, last vs. Sac. State) Sack Yards: 19 (vs. Sac. State) FF: 1 (2x, last vs. Oregon) #8 MICHAEL BARTON JR, LB, 6-0, 240 Earned second-team preseason All-Pac-12 honors from Phil Steele after leading Cal with 80 tackles in 2014, while also pacing the squad with 7.5 tackles for loss, both of which were career highs Has career totals of 144 tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss (-42 yards), 3.5 sacks (-19 yards) and three pass breakups Tackles: 13 (at Stanford, 2013) TFL: 2.0 (vs. USC, 2013) TFL Yards: 10 (vs. USC, 2013) Sacks: 1.0 (3x, last vs. BYU, 2014) Sack Yards: 8 (2x, last vs. BYU, 2014) PBU: 1 (3x, last at Oregon State, 2014) Tackles: 12 (vs. Colorado) TFL: 1.5 (vs. UCLA) TFL Yards: 8 (vs. BYU) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. BYU) Sack Yards: 8 (vs. BYU) PBU: 1 (2x, last at Oregon State) #37 CEDRIC DOZIER JR, CB, 5-10, 180 Recorded career highs of 52 tackles, 1.0 tackles for loss (-2 yards), five pass breakups and one fumble recovery in 2014 Shares Cal s active career lead in pass breakups (7), while ranking tied for third in fumble recoveries (1), fourth in passes defended (7) and sixth in tackles (69) Earned honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic as a 2013 redshirt freshman #90 MUSTAFA JALIL SR, DT, 6-4, 315 Recorded career highs in every category he recorded stats in during his return including tackles (35), tackles for loss (5.5), tackle for loss yards (12), sacks (1.5) and sack yards (8) last season Returned to the field last year after missing the entire 2013 season due to injury and redshirted that year Has career totals of 53 tackles, 7.0 tackles for loss (-19 yards), 2.0 sacks (-12 yards) and one fumble recovery Leads all active Cal defensive lineman in career tackles while his tackles for loss are second Tackles: 8 (at Arizona, 2014) PBU: 2 (at Oregon State, 2014) FR: 1 (vs. UCLA, 2014) TFL: 1.0 (at Oregon State, 2014) TFL Yards: 2 (at Oregon State, 2014) Tackles: 8 (vs. BYU, 2014) TFL: 1.0 (4x, last at Oregon State, 2014) TFL Yards: 7 (at Arizona, 2014) Sacks: 1.0 (at Arizona, 2014) Sack Yards: 7 (at Arizona, 2014) FR: 1 (at Arizona State, 2011) FR: 1 (at USC, 2014) Points: 2 (at USC, 2014) Tackles: 8 (at Arizona) PBU: 2 (at Oregon State) FR: 1 (vs. UCLA) TFL: 1.0 (at Oregon State) TFL Yards: 2 (at Oregon State) Tackles: 8 (vs. BYU) TFL: 1.0 (4x, last at Oregon State) TFL Yards: 7 (at Arizona) Sacks: 1.0 (at Arizona) Sack Yards: 7 (at Arizona) Safety: 1 (at USC) Points: 2 (at USC) #7 JALEN JEFFERSON SR, LB, 6-2, 240 Cal s active career leader in tackles (169), tackle for loss yards (92), sacks (6.5) and sack yards (92) The Bears most experienced starter on the defensive side of the ball with 27 starts among his 31 games played Came up with several big plays in terms of both significance and yardage as a junior, helping Cal to win at Northwestern last season with a sack and interception on the Wildcats final drive Tackles: 16 (at Northwestern, 2014) TFL: 2.0 (vs. Arizona, 2013) TFL Yards: 16 (vs. BYU, 2014) Sacks: 2.0 (vs. Arizona, 2013) Sack Yards: 16 (vs. BYU, 2014) INT: 1 (2x, last at Northwestern, 2014) PBU: 1 (4x, last at Northwestern, 2014) FR: 1 (at Oregon, 2013) Tackles: 16 (at Northwestern) TFL: 1.5 (at Northwestern) TFL Yards: 16 (vs. BYU) Sacks: 1.0 (2x, last vs. BYU) Sack Yards: 16 (vs. BYU) INT: 1 (at Northwestern) PBU: 1 (at Northwestern) #30 JAKE KEARNEY JR, LB, 6-2, 225 Played in 10 games and made six starts at the SAM linebacker position in his first season at Cal in 2014 Contributed 40 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss (-21 yards), one interception and two pass breakups in 2014 Has twice co-led Cal in tackles both as a 2014 sophomore with a career-high nine stops vs. Washington and eight at Arizona Tackles: 9 (vs. Washington, 2014) TFL: 2.0 (at USC, 2014) TFL Yards: 20 (at USC, 2014) INT: 1 (vs. Colorado, 2014) PBU: 1 (vs. UCLA, 2014) Tackles: 9 (vs. Washington) TFL: 2.0 (at USC) TFL Yards: 20 (at USC) INT: 1 (vs. Colorado) PBU: 1 (vs. UCLA) 16 Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5, 2015

17 BROADCAST BIOS DEFENSE 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. Full career stats for and individual game logs for all members of the 2015 Cal football team can also be found on each player s bio and by visiting the sidebar of the football page at CalBears.com. #16 COLE LEININGER SR, P, 6-1, 210 Heads into the 2015 campaign having been Cal s starting punter for each of the past three seasons and been on the watch list for the Ray Guy Award in each of the last two One of only two players along with offensive lineman Jordan Rigsbee to play in each of Cal s 36 contests over the last three seasons Has a career 41.0 yards per punt average that is just outside Cal s career top-10 list #21 STEFAN MCCLURE SR, S, 5-11, 205 Shares the lead among active Cal players in career passes defended (9), pass breakups (7) and fumble recoveries (2), while ranking tied for second in interceptions (2) Has played in 24 games and is fourth among active Cal players on the defensive side of the ball with 15 career starts Recorded a career-high 50 tackles as a junior, while his 1.5 tackles for loss both as a junior and sophomore equal a career best as do his five tackle for loss yards as a freshman and sophomore 2015 team captain Punts: 10 (at Washington, 2012) Punting Average: 54.2 (at Colorado, 2013) Long Punt: 70 (vs. Northwestern, 2013) 50+ Yard Punts: 2 (8x, last vs. UCLA, 2014) I-20 Punts: 5 (vs. UCLA, 2014) Tackles: 9 (2x, last vs. UCLA, 2014) TFL: 1.5 (vs. Oregon, 2014) TFL Yards: 3 (3x, last vs. Oregon, 2014) FR: 1 (2x, last vs. BYU, 2014) INT: 1 (2x, last vs. Oregon, 2014) INT Return Yards: 8 (vs. Utah, 2011) Long INT Return: 8 (vs. Utah, 2011) PBU: 3 (at Oregon, 2013) All-Purpose: 8 (vs. Utah, 2011) Punts: 8 (vs. UCLA) Punting Average: 46.0 (vs. Sac. State) Long Punt: 54 (vs. UCLA) 50+ Yard Punts: 2 (2x, last vs. UCLA) I-20 Punts: 5 (vs. UCLA) Tackles: 9 (vs. UCLA) INT: 1 (vs. Oregon) TFL: 1.5 (vs. Oregon) TFL Yards: 3 (vs. Oregon) FR: 1 (vs. BYU) #47 HARDY NICKERSON SR, S, 6-0, 225 Notched career-high 69 tackles that ranked third on the team as a 2014 sophomore His 133 career tackles rank third among the team s active players, while he is also first in fumble return yards and tied for first in fumble recoveries Other career totals include 7.0 tackles for loss (-23 yards), 1.0 sack (-7 yards), one interception, one pass breakup, two fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles 2015 team captain Father, Hardy Sr., played 16 seasons in the NFL, earning four All-Pro and five Pro Bowl selections, is a member of the Cal Athletic Hall of Fame, still ranks second on the school s all-time list for tackles, and is currently in his second season as the linebackers coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2015 #17 LUKE RUBENZER SO, S/QB, 6-0, 195 Heads into the 2015 season as a potential starter at one safety spot after moving to the position during spring workouts following his 2014 true freshman season Saw significant action in 11 games off the bench at quarterback as a rookie primarily on running packages Completed 12-of-21 passes (57.1%) for 166 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions for a passer efficiency rating Tackles: 11 (2x, last vs. Ohio State, 2013) TFL: 2.0 (3x, last at Wash. State, 2014) TFL Yards: 9 (vs. Arizona, 2013) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. Arizona, 2013) Sack Yards: 7 (vs. Arizona, 2013) FF: 1 (2x, last vs. UCLA, 2014) FR: 1 (2x, last vs. UCLA, 2014) PBU: 1 (at UCLA, 2013) INT: 1 (at USC, 2014) Completions: 3 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) Attempts: 5 (vs. Northwestern, 2014) Passing Yards: 84 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) Long Pass: 60 (vs. Sac. State, 2014) Passing TDs: 1 (2x, last vs. UCLA, 2014) Rushes: 12 (vs. Stanford, 2014) Rushing Yards: 60 (vs. Stanford, 2014) Long Rush: 17 (vs. Stanford, 2014) Rushing TDs: 2 (vs. Oregon, 2014) Tackles: 9 (4x, last vs. Stanford) TFL: 2.0 (at Wash. State) TFL Yards: 7 (at Wash. State) FF: 1 (vs. UCLA) FR: 1 (vs. UCLA) INT: 1 (at USC) Completions: 3 (vs. Sac. State) Attempts: 5 (vs. Northwestern) Passing Yards: 84 (vs. Sac. State) Long Pass: 60 (vs. Sac. State) Passing TDs: 1 (2x, last vs. UCLA) Rushes: 12 (vs. Stanford) Rushing Yards: 60 (vs. Stanford) Long Rush: 17 (vs. Stanford) Rushing TDs: 2 (vs. Oregon) #3 CAMERON WALKER JR, CB/S, 5-10, 185 Cal s active career leader in interception return yards (39) and blocked kicks (1), while sharing the team s active career lead in pass breakups (7) and forced fumbles (1) Posted a career-high 65 tackles and his lone career forced fumble as a freshman followed by a sophomore season in which he set career marks for interceptions (1), interception return yards (39), passes defended (5), pass breakups (4) and blocked kicks (1) #33 NOAH WESTERFIELD SO, DE, 6-3, 245 Posted 17 tackles to go along with 1.0 tackle for loss (-4 yards) Has played in 12 games with five starts Tackles: 13 (2x, last vs. Colorado, 2014) TFL: 0.5 (2x, last at Wash. State, 2014) TFL Yards: 1.0 (2x, last at Wash. State, 2014) FF: 1 (at Oregon, 2013) PBU: 2 (2x, last vs. Washington, 2014) INT: 1 (vs. UCLA, 2014) Tackles: 5 (vs. Oregon, 2014) TFL: 1.0 (vs. Colorado, 2014) TFL Yards: 4 (vs, Colorado, 2014) Tackles: 13 (vs. Colorado) PBU: 2 (vs. Washington) TFL: 0.5 (at Wash. State) TFL Yards: 1.0 (at Wash. State) INT: 1 (vs. UCLA) Tackles: 5 (vs. Oregon) TFL: 1.0 (vs. Colorado) TFL Yards: 4 (vs. Colorado) Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5,

18 ACTIVE PLAYERS IN CAL RECORD BOOK 300-Yard Passing Games Career 1. Jared Goff (2013-present) Yard Passing Games Career 1. Jared Goff (2013-present)...17 Passing Efficiency Career 1. Aaron Rodgers ( ) Dave Barr ( ) Pat Barnes ( ) Jared Goff (2013-present) Rich Campbell( ) Mike Pawlawski ( ) Nate Longshore ( ) Kevin Riley ( ) Zach Maynard ( ) Paul Larson ( ) Passing Yards Career 1. Troy Taylor ( ) Kyle Boller ( ) Jared Goff (2013-present) Passing Yards Season 1. Jared Goff (2014) Passing Touchdowns Career 1. Kyle Boller ( ) Pat Barnes ( ) Jared Goff (2013-present) Passing Touchdowns Season 1. Jared Goff (2014) Passing Efficiency Season 1. Dave Barr (1993) Aaron Rodgers (2004) Pat Barnes (1996) Jared Goff (2014) Receiving Touchdowns Career 1. Sean Dawkins ( ) Bobby Shaw ( ) Wesley Walker ( ) DeSean Jackson ( ) Steve Sweeney ( ) Geoff McArthur ( ) Keenan Allen ( ) Brian Treggs ( ) Kenny Lawler (2012-present Marvin Jones ( ) Robert Jordan ( ) Dameane Douglas ( Na il Benjamin ( ) Mike Caldwell ( ) Chris Harper ( ) Receptions Career 1. Keenan Allen ( ) Geoff McArthur ( ) Dameane Douglas ( ) Bobby Shaw ( ) Brian Treggs ( ) Na il Benjamin ( ) DeSean Jackson ( ) Chris Harper ( ) Robert Jordan ( ) Marvin Jones ( ) Bryce Treggs (2012-present) Punting Career Average 1. Scott Tabor ( ) Bryan Anger ( ) Nick Harris ( ) Robbie Keen ( ) Dan Melville ( ) Ryan Longwell ( ) Bill Armstrong (1972) Andrew Larson ( ) Chris Noonan ( ) David Lonie ( ) Cole Leinginer (2012-present) Cal Football Game Notes vs. Grambling State, Sept. 5, 2015

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MEMORIAL STADIUM LOCATION Kabam Field at California Memorial Stadium is located on Piedmont Avenue in Berkeley between Bancroft Way and Hearst Avenue, adjacent to the Simpson Center for Student-Athlete High Performance at 2227 Piedmont Avenue. MEDIA PARKING 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 Recreation Sports Facility garage 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 at Gate 5 in 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. COLLEGEPRESSBOX.COM 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 for more details, including a username and password for full access to the site. CREDENTIAL REQUESTS All requests/questions for media, photo and parking credentials for 2015 Cal football home games should be made to Herb Benenson ( , in the Athletic Communications Office at 349 Haas Pavilion, University of California, Berkeley, CA 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. 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