Dec. 11, 2011
- Cal's 73 points against Jackson State marked the eighth time, this season, that the Bears have scored 70 points, or more.
- Cal finished the game shooting 27-51 (52.9%) from the field to improve its season percentage to 47.6 percent. The Golden Bears have shot at least 50 percent in four of their last five games.
- With the win, Cal improves to 2-0, all-time, against Jackson State. The Bears previously beat the Tigers, 117-74, at Haas Pavilion on Dec. 5, 2007.
- Sophomore G Allen Crabbe led all scorers with 17 (7-13) points. It was the third game in a row that Crabbe led the Bears in scoring. He now is averaging 15.8 points per game and has eclipsed 15 points in seven games, this season.
- Senior G Jorge Gutierrez's 10 assists set a new team high, this season. The previous high was seven, last achieved by Justin Cobbs on Nov. 28 against McNeese State, at Haas Pavilion. As a team, the Golden Bears set a season high with 24 assists.
- Junior F Bak Bak's 10 points on 4-for-4 shooting a new season high; he previously had six points against George Washington on Nov. 13.
- Cal's defense was stingy to tie its season high of 16 forced turnovers. They previously forced 16 turnovers against Austin Peay on Nov. 15.
- Sophomore F Richard Solomon returned from his two-game suspension and contributed 6 points (3-3), 4 rebounds, and one blocked shot in 13 minutes.
- Cal has held its opponents under 50 points in back-to-back games for the first time since the 1984-85 season, when the Bears held Dartmouth, Seattle, and Montana State to 44, 43, and 45 points, respectively on Dec. 18, Dec. 21, and Dec. 22, 1984.