Aug. 13, 2011
(BERKELEY) -Cal head coach Jeff Tedford will speak at the second annual March to Victory luncheon to be held on Tuesday, Aug. 16 at Gordon Biersch Brewery and Restaurant, located at 2 Harrison Street in San Francisco. The event will be held from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tedford will talk about the team's upcoming 2011 campaign that begins with the season-opener in the Battle by the Bay at Candlestick Park in San Francisco on Saturday, Sept. 3 (12:30 p.m.).
Admission to the event that will be emceed by radio/television personality Roxy Bernstein is $20, and includes food, non-alcoholic beverages, tax and gratuity. Validated $3 parking is available in the Hills Plaza Garage on Folsom Street, between The Embarcadero and Spear Street.
Fans can pre-purchase a ticket by contacting Sheri Wooley at email@example.com or calling (415) 547-1751. Space is limited so pre-purchase your tickets now. Tickets will be available at the door if the event is not sold out ahead of time.
Tedford has led Cal football to a bowl game in seven of his nine campaigns in Berkeley, as well as winning seasons eight times. He has a 72-42 (.632) all-time record at Cal and enters the 2011 season only two wins shy of Andy's Smith all-time school record of 74 wins.
The Cal football team is currently in the midst of training camp to prepare for the 2011 season. Single-game tickets for the season-opening TicketCity Battle by the Bay at San Francisco's Candlestick Park against Fresno State on Saturday, Sept. 3 are on sale now. The neutral-site season opener for both teams is not part of the Bears' season-ticket package.
Tickets are also on sale for Cal's five home games this season at San Francisco's AT&T Park. Cal will host Pac-12 opponents USC (Thu., Oct. 13), Utah (Sat., Oct. 22), Washington State (Sat., Nov. 5) and Oregon State (Sat., Nov. 12) at the venue after playing Presbyterian in its home opener on Saturday, Sept. 17.
Tickets can be purchased online at CalBears.com or by calling the Cal Athletic Ticket Office at (800) GO BEARS.
After playing the last 88 seasons and every home game at Memorial Stadium since the facility opened for the 1923 Big Game, Cal will host its home games outside of Berkeley for the first time in 2011 while Memorial Stadium undergoes an extensive renovation and retrofit. For updates on the progress of the renovation and retrofit of Memorial Stadium as well as the Memorial Stadium webcam, visit stadium.berkeley.edu.
2011 CAL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Day, Date - Opponent (Time, TV)
^Sat., Sept. 3 - Fresno State (4 p.m. PT, CSN California)
Sat., Sept. 10 - at Colorado (1:30 p.m. MT/12:30 p.m. PT, CSN California)
Sat., Sept. 17 - Presbyterian (2:30 p.m. PT)
*Sat., Sept. 24 - at Washington (TBA)
*Thu., Oct. 6 - at Oregon (6 p.m. PT, ESPN)
*#Thu., Oct. 13 - USC (6 p.m. PT, ESPN)
*Sat., Oct. 22 - Utah (TBA)
*Sat., Oct. 29 - at UCLA (TBA)
*Sat., Nov. 5 - Washington State (TBA)
*Sat., Nov. 12 - Oregon State (TBA)
*Sat., Nov. 19 - at Stanford (TBA)
*Fri., Nov. 25 - at Arizona State (8:15 p.m. MT/7:15 p.m. PT, ESPN)
!Fri., Dec. 2 - Pac-12 Championship Game (TBA, FSN)
Home Games in Bold at AT&T Park, San Francisco, Calif.; ^TicketCity Battle by the Bay at Candlestick Park, San Francisco, Calif.; *Pac-12 Game; !Pac-12 Championship Game at Home Site of Regular-Season Champion; #Homecoming