BERKELEY – Cal will make its debut on the Pac-12 Networks television show Pac-12 Football Training Camp on Thursday night at 7 p.m. PT. Hosts Mike Yam and Rick Neuheisel will provide a season outlook on the Golden Bears, as well as interviews and footage from crews on site during their visit to Cal earlier this week.
Pac-12 Football Training Camp is just one of several new series debuting this fall on Pac-12 Networks that will get viewers closer to their favorite teams and players offering more inside access, in-depth features and analysis across the Conference of Champions.
The Pac-12.com Football Training Camp show page also offers extra content for fans including sound from coaches and players, behind-the-scenes videos and ‘Camp Confessionals’ from every stop where Yam and Neuheisel get real about life on the road. Pac-12 Networks Senior Correspondent Bryan Fischer will also provide coverage from the road, contributing photos and blog posts.
Pac-12 Football Training Camp: California will air multiple times on Pac-12 Networks. Visit the television listings at Pac-12.com for more information.
Fans can watch all 12 episodes of Pac-12 Football Training Camp featuring each of the conference’s schools back-to-back in a marathon session across all seven networks on Saturday, Aug. 24 (6 a.m. – Noon PT).
Visit Pac-12.com now for a sneak preview of the show.
*The countdown to Cal’s season opener at home against Northwestern on Saturday, Aug. 31 is now at nine days. The game will be televised nationally by ESPN2 with a kickoff time scheduled for 7:30 p.m. PT.
*Cal is slated to work out every day at Memorial Stadium through Saturday, Aug. 24, when training camp concludes with Golden Bear Day presented by Bug Zappers Pest Control. Fans will have an opportunity to meet the team and student-athletes from other Cal Athletics teams at the free event at Lisa and Douglas Goldman Plaza at Memorial Stadium from 2 to 4 p.m. PT.
*Golden Bear fans will also have an opportunity to get an all-access inside look at Cal football during the 2013 season through The Drive, a new television series featuring the Cal and Arizona State football programs that will air in 14 episodes on the Pac-12 Networks this fall. The show will debut with an hour-long special on Wednesday, Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. that will focus on training camp and the first two games of the 2013 season. For the subsequent 13 weeks, the program will be 30 minutes and debut with two airings of a new episode every Wednesday across all seven networks at 7 p.m. and following the conclusion of Wednesday night Pac-12 Networks women's volleyball action at approximately 9:30 p.m. Check the Pac-12 Networks TV schedule for additional repeats of the show. Visit pac-12.com/switch for information on how to get Pac-12 Networks.
*Fans can visit CalBears.com and various award-winning social media pages for comprehensive coverage of Cal football with a wide array of engaging content.
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- Twitter (@CalAthletics, @CalFootball)
- YouTube (CalAthletics)
For 2013 ticket information, visit CalBears.com or call (800) GO-BEARS.
2013 CAL FOOTBALL TRAINING CAMP PRACTICE SCHEDULE
DAY, DATE (GATE 1 OPENS) ... NOTES
Thursday, Aug. 22 (4:30 p.m.)
Friday, Aug. 23 (7:30 p.m.)
Saturday, Aug. 24 (11 a.m.) ... Pregame Simulation
Saturday, Aug. 24 (2-4 p.m.) ... Golden Bear Day
All times Pacific; Schedule and visiting policies subject to change
FAN PRACTICE INFORMATION
Fans attending Cal football practices during the team’s 2013 training camp should enter Memorial Stadium through Gate 1 at the north end of the facility, with available seating in sections EE, F, FF and G. Fans are asked to refrain from taking photos or video during practice.
California Memorial Stadium Location – California 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.
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 to the east, south and west along Bancroft Way, Channing Way, Piedmont Avenue, Prospect Street, Stadium Rim Way and 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 Rim Way.
More Information – For more info on directions and parking options, visit berkeley.edu/map.