BERKELEY – The Pac-12 announced Monday that Cal’s final home game of the 2013 season against USC at Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 9 will kick off at Noon PT. The contest will be televised by FOX with a simulcast in Spanish on FOX Deportes.
The contest will also serve as Senior Day and the team’s annual Joe Roth Game in memory of the former Golden Bears’ quarterback who passed away from cancer in February of 1977 three months after finishing his Cal career.
Cal is next in action against Arizona in a Pac-12 home game at Memorial Stadium this Saturday, Nov. 2 (12:30 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Networks).
*Following the two home contests against Arizona and USC, Cal will close out its 2013 season with a pair of conference road games at Colorado (Nov. 16) and Stanford in the 116th Big Game (Nov. 23).
*All 2013 Cal football games will be televised with currently unannounced telecast information and kickoff times for the Colorado and Stanford contests to be announced either 12 or six days in advance of each game.
*Audio broadcasts of all Cal football games are available on KGO 810 AM, the Cal IMG Sports Network, SiriusXM Satellite Radio and online at CalBears.com via TuneIn.
*Cal football tickets are available online at CalBears.com or (800) GO-BEARS.
*Pac-12 Networks’ docu-series The Drive is offering an exclusive season-long look inside the 2013 campaigns of the Arizona State and Cal football programs. New episodes of The Drive debut throughout the football season each Wednesday at 7 p.m. PT across all seven networks. The next episode will make its debut Wednesday, October 30. Visit Pac-12.com for the complete Pac-12 Networks television listings to find out when to watch The Drive and to check out previous episodes.
*An informational guide to gameday at Memorial Stadium can be found online at CalBears.com/gameday.
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