Sept. 5, 2012
BERKELEY - "Back in Berkeley: Training Camp with Cal Football" has proved to be a huge success with nearly 30,000 views on the Cal Athletics YouTube channel. The four-episode behind the scenes look at the 2012 Cal football training camp was produced by CalBears Productions and documented the team's 2012 training camp and preseason preparation, giving viewers an inside look at the Golden Bears as they prepared for their return to a renovated Memorial Stadium.
Fans were able to get to know their Cal football team like they never have before and beyond what they see on the field, with behind the scenes access and exclusive interviews with players, coaches and staff.
Stay tuned for more from Cal Bears Productions, the in-house video production group of Cal Athletics' Creative Services unit. Watch Cal Bears Productions content on CalBears.com, youtube.com/calathletics, and the new video board at Memorial Stadium and Haas Pavilion. The exclusive content is designed to keep fans informed, energized and engaged with their California Golden Bears.
Cal was defeated by Nevada, 31-24, in its 2012 season opener last Saturday and is next in action at home vs. Southern Utah this Saturday, Sept. 8 (Noon PT). The contest will be televised live by Pac-12 Networks, and the radio broadcast will be available on the Cal IMG Sports Radio Network with KGO 810 in San Francisco serving as the flagship station.
Tickets for Cal's return to a renovated Memorial Stadium in 2012 are currently on sale by calling (800) GO BEARS (800-462-3277), online at CalBears.com, or in person at the Sales and Service Center located in the Haas Pavilion Club Room Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. PT. More season-ticket information is available at CalBears.com. For updates on the progress of the renovation and retrofit of Memorial Stadium, visit californiamemorialstadium.com.
In addition to the Sept. 1 season-opener vs. Nevada, Cal's 2012 seven-game home schedule includes contests against Pac-12 foes Arizona State, Oregon, Stanford, Washington and UCLA, as well as a non-conference game against Southern Utah.