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Dykes Pleased with First Spring Scrimmage
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  03/09/2013

March 9, 2013

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BERKELEY - Cal practiced in full pads for the first time this spring on a beautiful sun-drenched Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium in front of several hundred fans at the open workout that included a 45-minute live scrimmage in which the Golden Bears ran nearly 90 plays.

"I thought it was good, I thought it was competitive," Dykes said. "All in all, for a scrimmage after six practices I thought it was good."

Four different quarterbacks saw action for the Bears with the biggest numbers belonging to mid-year enrollee Jared Goff, who completed 13-of-23 passes for 168 yards and three touchdowns. Zach Kline completed 6-of-8 passes for 134 yards, getting 97 of them on the longest play of the day on a touchdown throw to Joel Willis. Austin Hinder completed his first six passes before finishing 6-of-10 for 83 yards and a touchdown, while Kyle Boehm was 0-for-3 with an interception in his single series.

Dykes was pleased with the play of the team's quarterbacks.

"We were trying to throw every possible scenario that we could throw at them today to see if it affected their thought process or the way they played or handled things," Dykes said. "I didn't think it affected any of them. I thought they all did a good job of just trying to go out there and execute plays and not try to do too much."

Bryce Treggs was on the receiving end of a pair of touchdown passes from Goff and finished the live scrimmage with three catches for 58 yards. Bryce McGovern had a team-high six catches for 49 yards, while Willis had a team-high 103 yards on a pair of grabs. Maurice Harris and Jackson Bouza each added a touchdown catch.

"I've been impressed with the receivers so far," Dykes said. "I think it's going to end up being a good group. The good thing is we've got a lot of different guys. They're competing for jobs, and I think it's bringing out the best in the entire group. It's kind of a fun group to work with because a lot of different guys can do a lot of different things."

The running game was split almost equally by Darren Ervin (10-30), Jonah Hodges (8-30) and Jeffrey Coprich (9-29) with the trio combining for 89 rushing yards. Mustafa Jalil (4.0 TFL, -19 yards, 2.0 sack, -15 yards) had a big day to highlight the defensive effort. Dan Camporeale (-6 yards) and Ted Agu (-5 yards) also had solo sacks, while Khairi Fortt and Kyle Kragen split an eight-yard sack. Fortt also had the lone interception of the scrimmage, while Ikem Okwudiafor forced a fumble.

The offense started the strong in the scrimmage with Goff, Kline and Hinder all throwing touchdown passes on their first drives. Goff hooked up with Treggs on a 32-yard scoring pass over the middle, Kline found Willis behind the defense down the left sideline for 97 yards and Hinder connected with Harris in the back corner of the end zone for 20.

The defense would then stop the offensive from scoring for six consecutive possessions before Goff's second touchdown throw of the day for 14 yards to Bouza. Goff and Treggs would connect for an 18-yard score on the second to last possession of the scrimmage.

"I thought the offense came out pretty hot, got a little momentum, and then the defense did a good job of getting it back," Dykes said. "The way our offense is sometimes when you get it rolling it's hard to stop, but I thought our defense did a good job of stopping them and getting the momentum back."

Cal's next spring football workout is scheduled for Monday, March 11 at Memorial Stadium from 4 - 6:30 p.m. PT. All practices are open to the public and free of charge. Fans should enter the stadium through Gate 1 on the north end, where they will be directed onto the concourse level and into available seating in the lower area of sections EE, F, FF and G. Fans are not allowed onto the field.

Cal's spring practices will conclude with the 2013 Cal Football Spring Game to be televised live by the Pac-12 Networks on Saturday, March 23 (4 p.m. PT).

In addition to attending practices, fans can visit the 2013 Spring Football Central and 2013 Spring Game Central pages on CalBears.com throughout spring ball for a complete practice schedule, fan information and a wide array of additional content including blog entries, videos, features and much more.

For 2013 ticket information, visit CalBears.com or call (800) GO-BEARS.

SELECTED QUARTERBACK COMMENTS FROM POST-GAME MEDIA SESSION
Each member of the quarterback trio of Jared Goff, Austin Hinder and Zach Kline talked to the media after Saturday's workout and here's a little bit of what each had to say.

JARED GOFF
On his first scrimmage at Cal
"It was the first live scrimmage I've had [at Cal] and it was fun getting out there with the guys and competing. I thought we did pretty well on offense."

On his transition from high school to college
"I wouldn't say effortless because it's been hard, but it's gone well so far. I think I've done a pretty good job so far, but I've still got a lot of work to do."

AUSTIN HINDER
On having a legitimate chance to become the starter
"It makes camp a lot more fun. It makes you really just want to come to practice and work as hard as you can when you get that legit shot to play. There's just little things that need to get better and coming to practice every day to get better is fun when you have a legit shot to get that starting spot."

ZACH KLINE
On the scrimmage and the status of the team
"It was an action-packed day for sure. We definitely have a lot to work on as a team, but there was some glimpses of a really great team shining thru."

On his play
"I definitely can get better. I think I did okay. I think I can do a lot better. I'll go back and look at the film. I'm definitely my hardest critic. I think I could have done a lot better, but it was a good start."

UNOFFICIAL SCRIMAMGE STATS
Rushing (Att.-Yds-TD): Ervin 10-30, Hodges 8-30, Coprich 9-29, Goff 2-(-4), Hinder 3-(-6), Kline 3-(-9)
Passing (Comp.-Att.-Yds-INT-TD): Goff 13-23-168-0-3, Kline 6-8-134-0-1, Hinder 6-10-83-0-1, Boehm 0-3-0-1-0
Receptions (Rec.-Yds-TD): McGovern 6-49, Treggs 3-58-2TD, Willis 2-103-TD, Harris 2-39-TD, Hodges 2-32, Ervin 2-23, Piatt 2-12, Espitia 2-9, Whitehurst 1-36, Bouza 1-14-TD, Powe 1-8, Davis 1-2
Defense (Big Plays): Jalil (4.0 TFL, -19; 2.0 SK, -15), Camporeale (1.0 TFL, -6; 1.0 SK, -6), Agu (1.0 TFL, -5; 1.0 SK, -5), Kaufusi (1.0 TFL, -4), Fortt (0.5 TFL, -4; 0.5 SK, -4, INT), Kragen (0.5 TFL, -4; 0.5 SK, -4), Okwudiafor (1 FF), Forbes (PBU), Jackson (PBU), Lapite (PBU), McClure (PBU)

2013 CAL FOOTBALL REMAINING SPRING PRACTICE SCHEDULE
DAY, DATE (TIME, TV)
Monday, March 11 (4 - 6:30 p.m.)
Wednesday, March 13 (6 - 8:30 p.m.)
Friday, March 15 (6:30 - 9 p.m.)
Saturday, March 16 (11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.)
Monday, March 18 (4 - 6:30 p.m.)
Wednesday, March 20 (4 - 6:30 p.m.)
Friday, March 22 (6:30 - 9 p.m.)
Saturday, March 23 (4 - 6:30 p.m., Spring Game, Pac-12 Networks)
All practices scheduled to be open to the public at Memorial Stadium, Berkeley, Calif.; All times Pacific; Schedule subject to change

FAN INFORMATION

LOCATION/PARKING/TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS
Memorial Stadium Location - Memorial Stadium is located on Piedmont Avenue in Berkeley between Bancroft Way and Hearst Avenue. It is adjacent to the Simpson Center for Student-Athlete High Performance at 2227 Piedmont Avenue. Parking in the vicinity of Memorial Stadium is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please be sure to read all signs at each parking location for further important information. There are also public transportation options. See below for some suggestions.
MLK Student Union Garage - Located on the north side of Bancroft Way between Telegraph Avenue and Dana Street.
Public Transportation - Public transportation is highly recommended when visiting Berkeley. There are multiple public transportation options that lead to Memorial Stadium. BART has a station in downtown Berkeley about a half-mile west of the venue. Visit bart.gov, actransit.org or 511.org for more information.
Recreational Sports Facility Garage - Located on the north side of Bancroft Way between Dana Street and Ellsworth Street.
Street Parking - Paid and limited street parking may be available on streets near Memorial Stadium, with most options just south and east along Stadium Rimway, Piedmont Avenue, Prospect Street, Channing Way or Warring Street.
Underhill Garage - Located on the corner of Channing Way and College Avenue.
Witter Lot - Located near the corner of Centennial Drive and Stadium Rimway.
More Information - For more information on directions and parking options, visit berkeley.edu/map. A parking specific map can be located online at http://pt.berkeley.edu/sites/pt.berkeley.edu/files/content/NewPadMap2011.pdf.


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