BERKELEY – Check out the third and final episode of the 2013 edition of Back in Berkeley on CalBears.com and YouTube. The show gives viewers an in-depth and inside look at the Cal football team’s preparation for the 2013 season and its opener at Memorial Stadium against Northwestern this Saturday, Aug. 31. The game will be televised nationally by ESPN2 with a kickoff time scheduled for 7:30 p.m. PT.
Cal will host seven games at Memorial Stadium in 2013 beginning with three in a row to open the season vs. Northwestern, Portland State (Sept. 7, 2 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Networks) and Ohio State (Sept. 14, 4 p.m., FOX). Cal will also play Pac-12 home games against Washington State on Homecoming Weekend (Oct. 5), Oregon State (Oct. 19), Arizona (Nov. 2) and USC (Nov. 9).
The show is produced by Cal Bears Productions, the in-house video production group of the Cal Athletics creative services unit. Watch Cal Bears Productions content on CalBears.com, YouTube, and the video boards at Memorial Stadium and Haas Pavilion. The exclusive content is designed to keep fans informed, energized and engaged with their California Golden Bears.
*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.
Find out more by visiting …
- Facebook (CalAthletics)
- Instagram (CalAthletics)
- Twitter (@CalAthletics, @CalFootball)
- YouTube (CalAthletics)
*Check out what people are saying about Cal football with links to online stories and features about the team at CalBears.com.
*Cal is offering its season-ticket holders in all sports a special deal for the game against Portland State on Sept. 7. All season-ticket holders can buy single-game tickets for the contest for $5. Fans can get details of the deal at CalBears.com.
*The Pac-12 Networks has started a campaign to urge customers to switch from DirecTV because the network does not carry Pac-12 Networks. Check out the video on YouTube.