Kickoff – Cal at Oregon (Sat., Sept. 28, 7:30 p.m. PT)
Coming off of a bye week, the Cal football team will face a top-five opponent for the second consecutive game. Two weeks after taking on No. 4/3 Ohio State, the Golden Bears will trek to Eugene, Ore. to face No. 2 Oregon at Autzen Stadium for its Pac-12 opener and first road game of the year. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. and will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks. While Cal leads the all-time series, 39-34-2, the Ducks have won the last four meetings with Cal winning only twice in Eugene in 13 trips since 1980, most recently with a 31-24 victory in 2007. Two high-octane offenses will be featured in the Saturday night tilt. Oregon currently ranks second in the nation in total offense (672.0 ypg), rushing offense (355.3 ypg) and scoring offense (61.3 ppg). Cal quarterback Jared Goff leads the nation in passing (435.3 ypg) and total offense (429.7 ypg), while Cal is second in passing offense (438.7 ypg). Oregon has scored at least 59 points in each of its first three games of the season, while the Bears have run at least 90 offensive plays from scrimmage in each of their first three contests. Goff’s top two targets – Bryce Treggs and Chris Harper – are both on the watch list for the Biletnikoff Award. Treggs is third in the Pac-12 and fifth nationally in receptions per game (9.3 rpg).
• Second-ranked Oregon is the third top-25 opponent that Cal will face in its first four games of the season. The Bears opened with No. 22 Northwestern and squared off against No. 4/3 Ohio State on Sept. 14.
• The current combined record of Cal’s first four oppoents is 14-1 with Northwestern (4-0), Ohio State (4-0) and Oregon (3-0) all unbeaten with the lone loss for Portland State (3-1) to Cal. The four teams have combined to average 48.7 points and 567.5 yards per game over those 15 contests. Cal’s schedule heading into the 2013 season was rated the third-toughest nationally according to Phil Steele.
• True freshman Jared Goff is the top quarterback in the country averaging 435.3 passing yards per game and 429.7 yards of total offense. He became the second Cal quarterback to throw for 400 yards in back-to-back games with his 485 passing yards against Portland State after throwing for 450 in the season opener against Northwestern. He threw for 371 yards and three touchdowns for the first time in his career against Ohio State.
• Two of Cal’s specialists – placekicker Vincenzo D’Amato and punter Cole Leininger – currently lead the Pac-12 in their respective categories and are canddiates for the Lou Groza Award and Ray Guy Award for the nation’s top placekicker and punter, respectively. D’Amato, who led the Pac-12 in kicking in 2012, is also tied for first in the nation, averaging 2.7 field goals per game. He has been good on eight of his first nine attempts this season, including a season-best 43-yarder against Ohio State. Leininger has a 43.9 yard average, had a career-long 70-yard punt against Northwestern among his four 50-yard punts and has placed four punts inside opponents’ 20-yard line thus far in 2013.
Cal ranks second in the nation in passing offense (438.7 ypg) and ninth in total offense (556.0 ypg) while leading the conference in passing offense. Cal has produced more than 500 yards of total offense and ran at least 90 plays from scrimmage in each of its first three games. In the season opener against Northwestern, Cal posted 548 yards of total offense on 99 plays from scrimmage. In the Bears’ first win of the season against Portland State, the Bears produced 616 offensive yards topped by Jared Goff’s 485 passing yards. Cal and Portland State combined for 1,169 total offensive yards to rank second all-time at Cal. Some of the big plays in the Portland State contest were a 75-yard touchdown pass from Goff to Richard Rodgers that was the longest from scrimmage since Zach Maynard and Keenan Allen connected for a school-record 90-yard touchdown reception at Washington in 2011. The Bears came up with 503 yards of total offense against Ohio State. Goff had another long touchdown pass against the Buckeyes when he connected with James Grisom for a 61-yard score. The touchdown pass was the first of a career-high three on the day for Goff.
In addition to leading the Pac-12 as a team in passing offense (438.7 ypg) and kickoff coverage (44.7 ypk), a number of individuals lead the Pac-12. Jared Goff is the leader in per-game passing (435.3), completions (34.3 cpg) and total offense (429.7). Goff has led the nation in passing through the first month, and currently owns the second and third highest single-game passing totals in school history. The other Pac-12 leaders are among the special teamers as Vincenzo D’Amato leads the conference in field goals (2.7 fgpg) and Cole Leininger is the Pac-12’s top punter (43.9 avg.). D’Amato, who is also first among Pac-12 kickers in scoring (11.7 ppg) and field goal percentage (88.9%, 8-9) as well as tied for first in PAT kicking percentage (1.000%, 11-11), is looking to repeat as the Pac-12 leader in kicking which would also be the third year in a row that a Cal kicker led the conference in that category after Giorgio Tavechio accomplished the feat in 2011.
Bears Face Third Toughest Schedule
With a docket that features eight teams that played in bowl games a year ago, Cal’s 2013 schedule ranked as the nation’s third-most difficult by Phil Steele and was No. 4 in the country according to Sporting News heading into the season. The 2012 bowl schools on the Bears’ slate are Arizona, Northwestern, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, USC and Washington. In addition, Ohio State was a perfect 12-0 last season but ineligible to go to the postseason. Six of Cal’s games in 2013 come against squads that were ranked at the time of the game in Northwestern (No. 22 AP/No. 22 USA Today) Ohio State (No. 4/3) and Oregon (No. 2/2) or currently ranked for those still remaining on the schedule in Stanford (No. 5 USA Today/No. 5 AP), UCLA (No. 13 AP/No. 14 USA Today) and Washington (No. 16 AP/No. 20 USA Today). The combined record of all of Cal’s ranked opponents is 20-0. The Bears were also the only team in the nation who had seven teams on its schedule ranked in the preseason top 25.
Cal’s 2013 squad is one of the nation’s youngest with a preseason experience rating that was No. 12 in the Pac-12 and No. 125 out of No. 126 teams according to Phil Steele’s combined experience chart. Ironically, head coach Sonny Dykes’ former school, Louisiana Tech, is the only team in the nation according to Steele with less experience than the Bears. Currently on the Cal depth chart, only four seniors are listed as starter (Jackson Bouza, Dan Camporeale, Deandre Coleman, Vincenzo D’Amato), while a combined 13 freshmen (Damariay Drew, Jared Goff, Steven Moore, Khalfani Muhammad, Hardy Nickerson) and sophomores (Stephen Anderson, Chris Harper, Jalen Jefferson, Cole Leininger, Stefan McClure, Jordan Rigsbee, Freddie Tagaloa, Bryce Treggs) are listed as starters.
Points Off of Turnovers
The Cal defense has caused six turnovers thus far and went on to score on three of the six ensuing drives after those turnovers. Cal has posted 17 points off of turnovers in total thus far.
Goff Leads Nation After First Four Weeks
Goff leads the nation in passing yards per game (435.33 ypg) and total offense (429.67 ypg), while ranking third nationally and pacing the Pac-12 in completions per game (34.33 cpg), as well fourth nationally and second in the conference in total passing yards (1,306). Goff has completed 103-of-168 passes (61.3%) with seven touchdowns and four interceptions for a 135.60 passer efficiency rating over his first three collegiate contests.
Goff became only the second Cal quarterback to throw for over 400 yards in back-to-back games with 450 in his first contest in the season opener against Northwestern and 485 in a victory over Portland State the following game. The two totals were the second and third-highest total passing yards in a single game at Cal and the two highest in non-overtime contests. Pat Barnes is the only other Cal quarterback to throw for 400 yards in back-to-back games, accomplishing the feat in 1996 and breaking the school record for the most passing yards in a game with 503 in a quadruple overtime victory over Arizona.
In his most recent contest against Ohio State, Goff threw for 371 yards and notched three passing touchdowns for the first time in his career. Goff has five completions of 50 or more yards to five different receivers in the first three games, finding Richard Rodgers (75-yard TD, Portland State), Khalfani Muhammad (62 yards, Portland State), James Grisom (61-yard TD, Ohio State), Chris Harper (52-yard TD, Northwestern) and Bryce Treggs (50 yards, Portland State). Goff has completed passes to a total of 14 different receivers. He also scored a rushing touchdown against Portland State.
2013 Goff Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD-Lg.)
Portland State 33-51-0-485-2-75
Ohio State 31-53-1-371-3-61
Cal’s 400-Yard Passing Performances
Player (Opponent-Year) Passing (C-A-Yds)
Pat Barnes (Arizona-1996) 35-46-503 - 4OT
Jared Goff (Portland State-2013) 33-51-485
Jared Goff (Northwestern-2013) 39-64-450
Pat Barnes (UCLA-1996) 26-57-435
Kevin Riley (Maryland-2008) 33-58-423
Rich Campbell (Florida-1980) 43-53-421
Harper and Treggs Create One-Two Punch
Sophomore wide receivers Bryce Treggs and Chris Harper have combined for 49 catches, 641 receiving yards and four touchdown receptions in the first three games. Treggs has already surpassed his number of catches from 2012 with 28 receptions for 317 yards and a touchdown, while Harper has 21 receptions for 324 and three scores.
Treggs ranks third in the Pac-12 and fifth in the nation in per-game receptions (9.3) and in receiving yards ranks fifth in the Pac-12 and 17th in the nation (105.7 ypg).
Harper ranks fourth in the Pac-12 and 16th in the nation in receiving yards (108.0 ypg) and in receptions ranks sixth in the Pac-12 and tied for 24th in the nation (7.0).
In the season opener against Northwestern, Harper had personal bests in catches (11), receiving yards (148) and touchdown catches (2), which were also team high. Treggs also notched personal bests of 13 catches and a career-high 145 yards against the Wildcats. The 13 receptions ranks tied for third all-time in Cal single-game history. The record is 16 catches by Geoff McArthur against Stanford in 2003. Their performances marked the 11th time in school history that Cal had two receivers go over 100 yards receiving in the same game. The 293 yards receiving by Harper and Treggs against Northwestern rank tied for second on the school’s all-time list for yards receiving by two receivers in a game. The record is 327 set by Wesley Walker (8-289) and Jesse Thompson (4-38) on Oct. 2, 1976, against San Jose State.
Treggs and Harper both had a receiving touchdown in Cal’s last game against Ohio State. It was Treggs’ first TD since his debut last season against Nevada. Harper went over the century mark for the third time in his career and second time this season with six catches for 115 yards.
2013 Harper Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Receiving (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.)
Portland State 4-61-0-37
Ohio State 6-115-1-42
2013 Treggs Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Receiving (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.)
Portland State 8-121-0-50
Ohio State 7-51-1-14
Treggs And Harper On Biletnikoff Award Watch List
Bryce Treggs was one of nine receivers added last Tuesday to the watch list for the 2013 Biletnikoff Award by the Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation, Inc., the creator and sponsor of the award presented annually to college football’s outstanding receiver. Treggs joined teammate Chris Harper, who was announced on the preseason watch list in July. Fans can vote for Treggs and Harper online at BiletnikoffAward.com. Every fan can vote once daily on the Biletnikoff Award Fan Vote page. The aggregate tally will be counted as one official vote when semifinalists, finalists and the winner are selected.
Bigelow Gets Back-To-Back Career Highs In Carries
Brendan Bigelow finished the 2012 season with 44 carries. Through the first three games of 2013, he already has already eqaualed his total number of rushes with a team highs of 44 carries and 175 yards on the ground. Bigelow set personal bests in rushing attempts in each of the first two games this season. He posted a career-high 18 carries for a season-high 75 yards on the ground against Portland State. In the opener against Northwestern, the Bears ran three straight running plays to start things off. Bigelow ripped off runs of 19 and 32 yards in those first three plays and at the end of that first drive was already at 55 rushing yards. He ended the game with 61 yards on the ground on a previous career best 15 carries.
2013 Bigelow Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.)
Portland State 18-75-0-11
Ohio State 11-39-0-9
Muhammad Makes Most Of Opportunity
Khalfani Muhammad leads Cal, ranks tied for sixth in the Pac-12 and tied for 20th nationally with an average of 156.0 all-purpose yards per game. Muhammad has a team-high total of 468 all-purpose yards (97 rush, 117 receiving, 254 kick return).
Muhammad hasd team highs in all purpose-yards against Portland State (career-high 174), Northwestern (152) and Ohio State (142).
Muhammad had 13 rushes and 68 rushing yards as well as his first collegiate touchdown on a four-yard scoring run that capped Cal’s first drive of the game against Portland State, while half of his rushing yards came on a career-long 33-yarder. Muhammad also caught four passes for 85 yards, including a career-long 62-yarder, and added one kick return for 21 yards against the Vikings. All of his numbers other than kick returns were career highs.
Muhammad has totaled team highs of 11 kick returns for 254 yards with his average of 23.1 per kick return ranking third in the Pac-12.
2013 Muhammad Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent Rushing (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.)
Portland State 13-68-1-33
Ohio State 5-21-0-7
Opponent Receiving (No.-Yds.-TD-Lg.)
Portland State 4-85-0-62
Ohio State 1-14-0-14
Opponent All-Purpose Yardage
Portland State 174
Ohio State 142
With injuries to some of the key Cal defensive players from the 2012 season in Nick Forbes, Avery Sebastian, Brennan Scarlett and others keeping the defensive depth chart thin, other defenders for Cal have stepped up in the first three games of the season. Khairi Fortt is the team leader in tackles with 25 after notching a career-high 13 against Ohio State. He currently ranks fifth in the Pac-12 in tackles per game (8.3). His 2.5 tackles for loss tie him for the team lead with Jalen Jefferson. Hardy Nickerson is second on the club with 24 takedowns. Nickerson has posted a career-high-tying 11 tackles in the last two consecutive contests. Jefferson (23) and Stefan McClure (21) are third and fourth on the team in tackles.
In the secondary, Alex Logan and Kameron Jackson have each recorded interceptions thus far, along with Sebastian who is out for the rest of the year with an injury. The interception was the fourth of Jackson’s career after he notched three against UCLA last year that equaled the most by a Pac-12 player in 2012. McClure leads the secondary in tackles, tackles for loss (1.5) and pass breakups (2).
D’Amato Tied For National Lead In Field Goals Made
Vincenzo D’Amato is tied for first nationally in field goals made with an average of 2.7 per contest. D’Amato has been good on eight of his nine field goal attempts. He tied his career high with three makes in each of the first two games and added two more against Ohio State, including a season-high 43-yarder. He is also tied for 13th nationally in scoring with an average of 11.7 points per game, ranking first in the conference among kickers and fifth overall.
In addition, D’Amato threw his first career touchdown pass against Northwestern. On the opening drive of the season, Cal lined up for a field goal only to run a fake when holder Jackson Bouza flipped the ball back to D’Amato, who then passed it back to Bouza who ran in for the score to open the Sonny Dykes era. Those efforts helped Cal garner its first conference player of the week honors as D’Amato was named the Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week for the opening week of the season against Northwestern.
D’Amato was a preseason first-team All-Pac-12 choice of Lindy’s and Sporting News, a second-team selection according to Athlon and College Sports Madness, and a third-team pick by Phil Steele. D’Amato is also on the watch list for the College Football Performance Awards Placekicker Trophy, a candidate for the Lou Groza Award given to the nation’s top placekicker and was the No. 8 draft eligible placekicker in the nation prior to the season according to Phil Steele. He is also one of 30 final candidates for the prestigious Senior CLASS Award given to a player for notable achievements in four areas of excellence – community, classroom, character and competition.
2013 D’Amato Game-By-Game Statistics
Opponent FGM-FGA-LG ... PAT/ATT ... KO
Northwestern 3-3-38 ... 3-3 ... 7-429-61.3
Portland State 3-4-39 ... 4-4 ... 8-517-64.6
Ohio State 2-2-43 ... 4-4 ... 5-318-63.6
Leininger Emerging As A Ray Guy Award Candidate
Cole Leininger is emerging as a candidate for the Ray Guy Award as the Pac-12’s leader that is ranked No. 22 nationally with a 43.9 yard punt average that is four full yards better than his average as a freshman in 2012. Cal is even better in net punting, ranking second in the Pac-12 and 10th nationally with a 42.50 mark. His first punt of the season went for a personal-best 70 yards, while he had a career-best average of 49.0 against Ohio State. Leininger was a third-team preseason All-Pac-12 choice of Phil Steele after a solid freshman season when he played in all 12 games and averaged 39.9 yards per punt.
Bears As the Best, Against The Best
Since 2002 Cal is 15-8 when playing as a top-10 team and 37-25 when the opponent is ranked in the top 25 of at least one set of rankings. In 2009, the Bears recorded back-to-back wins in consecutive weeks over nationally ranked teams for the first time since 1950, defeating No. 18 Arizona at Memorial Stadium before winning at No. 14 Stanford. Cal also had a 43-17 victory over No. 25 UCLA at Memorial Stadium but after falling to then-No. 22 Northwestern to open the 2013 season and later to No. 4/3 Ohio State tthe Bears have lost 10 of their last 11 games to ranked teams. Cal was last ranked in 2010 after having been among the nation’s top 25 teams at one point in seven consecutive campaigns from 2004-10 and eight times in nine seasons from 2002-10.
Forbes Named to Allstate AFCA Good Works Team
Nick Forbes is on a 22-player roster across all levels of collegiate football selected by Allstate Insurance Company and the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) for the 2013 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team. Recognizing the “good works” of a select group of college football players from across the country, the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team is one of the most prestigious off-the-field honors in college sports. The award pays tribute to the positive impact these young student-athletes have had on their communities and the lives of others. Forbes has worked with a long list of community service organizations including Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland, City of Berkeley, Playworks, Read Across America, SAGE Mentorship Project and Swim with Mike. Forbes has also been the vice president of the Golden Bear Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (GBAC) since 2011 and has represented Cal at both the Pac-12 Student-Athlete Advisory Conference and the NCAA APPLE Conference. In addition, Forbes has been a speaker at a local elementary school and to youth football teams speaking on the importance of education, respect, treating others right and staying out of trouble. He even found time to host Cal’s Oski Student Awards show in the spring of 2013 and also organized both a fashion show fundraiser and a student-athlete formal earlier this year.
• Seven Cal players – Maximo Espitia (Salem, OR/South Salem HS), Isaac Lapite (Eugene, OR/Sheldon HS/South Eugene HS), Joey Mahalic (Portland OR/Wilson HS), Johnny Ragin III (Wilson, OR/Wilsonville HS), Brennan Scarlett (Portland, OR/Central Catholic HS), Jacob Wark (Tualatin, OR/Jesuit HS) and Drake Whitehurst (Portland, OR/Lincoln HS) – list cities in Oregon as their hometown and played prep football in the state as did Gabe King, who was briefly at South Eugene High School as a prep senior but lists Burlington, North Carolina, as his hometown.
• Assistant Player Personnel Director/Community Outreach Coordinator Kevin Parker played tailback and wide receiver at Oregon, and was twice named the Ducks’ Most Inspirational Player before graduating from the school in 1999.
• Video coordinator Matt Fox was a student assistant in the video office at Oregon from 1999-2000 and graduated from the school in 2001.
• Broadcaster Todd McKim was a long-time media member as a television anchor and sports director in Eugene, and was the 2000 Oregon Broadcaster of the Year.
• Oregon assistant coach Don Pellum was an assistant athletic director for student services at Cal from 1990-92.
• Former Cal wide receiver DeSean Jackson and former Oregon head coach Chip Kelly are in their first season together with the Philadelphia Eagles.
• Ten pairs of Cal and Oregon players were high school football teammates: Hardy Nickerson and T.J. Daniel – Bishop O’Dowd HS (Played for Nickerson’s father, head coach and Cal alum Hardy Nickerson); Jack Austin and Ifo Ekpre-Olomu – Chino Hills HS; Isaac Lapite and Dustin Haines –South Eugene HS; Austin Clark and Eric Dungy – Plant HS; Brendan Bigelow and B.J. Kelley – Central HS; Todd Barr and Rahim Cassell – Lakewood HS; Kyle Boehm and Mike Garrity – Archbishop Mitty HS; Raymond Davison and Blake Stanton – Crespi HS; Chris Harper and Hroniss Grasu – Crespi HS; Brennan Scarlett and Alex Balducci – Central Catholic HS.
‘The Grab’ Nominated for GEICO Play of the Year
Maurice Harris’ one-handed touchdown catch against Portland State dubbed ‘The Grab’ is a nominee for GEICO Play of the Year. Harris made ‘The Grab’ on a pass by Jared Goff in the second quarter of Cal’s 37-30 victory over Portland State
Each week, fans vote for the GEICO Play of the Year and the winner will be announced on GEICO Best of College Football 2013 on CBS Nov. 29 at 1:30 p.m. ET.
Jackson Bouza, Deandre Coleman, Stefan McClure and Freddie Tagaloa were selected as the Golden Bears’ season captains in a vote by the team’s players. Dan Camporeale was named a game captain for the Oregon game.
Catch the Bears on The Drive
Cal fans will have the opportunity to get an all-access inside look at Cal football during the first season of the Sonny Dykes era through the show that will air on Pac-12 Networks this fall with each new 30-minute episode making its debut each Wednesday at 7 p.m. PT. Check the Pac-12 Networks TV Schedule for additional repeats of the show, or visit pac-12.com/switch for information on how to get the Pac-12 Networks.
Beyond The Gridiron
Every Wednesday during the season, Cal fans can check out a new installment of Beyond the Gridiron on CalBears.com. Beyond the Gridiron takes an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at Cal players and coaches. The week’s installment will feature wide receiver James Grisom and his journey on the football team after starting as a walk on for spring ball in 2012 to earning a scholarship prior to this season.
Listen To Cal Football On Inside The Locker Room
Cal fans can listen to head football coach Sonny Dykes, as well as assistant coaches and Cal football players throughout the season on Inside the Locker Room from the Memorial Stadium Field Club. On this Wednesday’s show, defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Andy Buh and defensive back Stefan McClure are scheduled to appear along with Dykes. Inside the Locker Room will air during the football season on Wednesday nights from 7-8 p.m. on KGO Radio 810 AM, and is hosted by Todd McKim. Coaches and student-athletes from the other 28 Golden Bear sport programs, as well as athletic department staff will also appear on the show that continues into March. The winter portion of the show will feature head coaches Mike Montgomery and Lindsay Gottlieb from the Cal men’s and women’s basketball programs. Fans can also listen to show on TuneIn by visiting calbears.com/tunein.
What The Bears Will Be Wearing
The Bears, who are sporting brand new jerseys and helmets this year, will be wearing grey jerseys, grey pants and blue helmets for this Saturday’s game at Oregon. Cal will primarily wear blue jerseys and gold pants for home games and sported that combination for each of the first three games all at home, but will wear gold jerseys and blue pants for one home game this season.
Brazinski Nominated For NFF National Scholar-Athlete Award
Mark Brazinski has been nominated for a National Football Foundation National Scholar-Athlete Award. Among the senior offensive lineman’s academic accomplishments at Cal include being the youngest person to ever be admitted to an information technology master’s program in Silicon Valley at the age of 20 (most of his classmates are in their mid-late 30’s). Brazinski received two bachelor’s degrees (Business Administration, Media Studies) in his first three years at Cal and is currently a graduate student in information technology. He was a first-team Pac-12 All-Academic choice in 2011. Brazinski is also a member of Mensa International, which is the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world. It is a non-profit organization open to people who score at the 98th percentile or higher on a standardized, supervised IQ or other approved intelligence test.
Starkey In 39th Season
Long-time Cal radio play-by-play announcer Joe Starkey is enjoying his 39th season of calling Cal football. Starkey is currently the sixth-longest tenured radio announcer in the country and the longest tenured among Pac-12 announcers.
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