Football: A few links

  • Here’s an exercise to keep you busy: Compare the Pac-10 composite schedule with the recently released early TV schedule. Then look at the 6 or 12-day window time slots available for TV and determine the chances Cal has of being televised in those weeks. Keep in mind that Fox Sports Net will announce additional broadcasts on June 1.
  • Defensive end Cameron Jordan is ready for a big season, even if it starts under the radar.
  • ESPN.com’s Ted Miller says wide recevier will be an important position battle at Cal this fall.

Jonathan Okanes

Jonathan Okanes is in his fourth year covering Cal's football team. Previously, he covered Cal's men's basketball team for four years. He can also be followed on Twitter at twitter.com/OkanesonCal.

  • abe

    for all the ups and downs this program has been through during the Tedford era and the turnover at coaching, be it 5 OCs in 5 seasons or position coaches, such as OL, DL, DB, WR, and special teams also, there has been one major constant—Gregory. This is important because not only was Greg in charge of entirely one side of the ball but most importantly it was the defensive side, i.e. the one Tedford had very little to do with. This means he had far more impact on this program than any of the OCs. For instance the reverse will be true at ‘SC where the head coach is Defensive minded. I guess what i am saying is since the hiring of Tedford, the departure of Bob is probably the second biggest change this program has gone through in the last decade. Hence, it goes without saying that i am incredibly excited and anxious at the same time to see the direction in which this latest change will take this program. In the most immediate sense i can’t wait to see my Cal Bears this fall on the field.

  • tony

    YES ABE!!!

  • Bill

    The composite schedule neglects the changes that were made to the Bears’ schedule a couple months back.