Nov. 9, 2010
BERKELEY - The Pac-10 game between Cal and Washington at Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 27 will be televised live by Comcast Sports Net California. The contest will conclude the Golden Bears' 2010 regular season and be the final game played in the current configuration of Memorial Stadium. Kickoff is slated for 12:30 p.m. PT.
Cal will play its 2011 home season at San Francisco's AT&T Park before returning to a renovated Memorial Stadium in 2012.
With the announcement, the Bears will have had every game televised three of the last four seasons and have appeared or are scheduled to appear on live television in 56 of their last 57 games, and a total of 97 times during Jeff Tedford's first nine seasons as head coach.
Cal (5-4, 3-3 Pac-10) hosts top-ranked Oregon (9-0, 6-0 Pac-10) this Saturday, Nov. 13 to begin a three-game homestand that also includes the 113th Big Game against No. 6 Stanford on Saturday, Nov. 20 and the Nov. 27 Washington contest.
The game against the Ducks will be televised live on a national basis by Versus and feature the network's first-ever 3D telecast, while Fox Sports Net (locally on CSN Bay Area) will televise the Big Game.
A live local radio broadcast of every Cal football game is also available on the ISP Sports Cal Radio Network, including flagship station KGO 810 AM in the Bay Area and CalBears.com All-Access.
Call the Cal Athletic Ticket Office at (800) GO BEARS or visit CalBears.com to purchase your tickets to all three games now.
2010 REMAINING REGULAR-SEASON CAL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Day, Date - Opponent - Time (TV)