Football: Cal hits a triple

Interesting note here from ESPN.com’s Ted Miller. Cal is one of only eight Division I schools in the country to go to the postseason in football, men’s basketball and baseball.

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.

  • Bears

    They also went to the super regionals in softball, deep NCAA run in Volleyball and the lady Bears won the NIT.
    Not a bad year for Cal athletics team sports! Still lots of room to improve. All results have been solid. The basketball/volleyball programs have the best facilities but there is still room for improvement there on many fronts.
    Just think what Cal athletics are capable of once all sports have top notch facilities?
    It should be fun to see the department get better and better every year as facilities improve.
    Good stuff.
    Go Bears!

  • milo

    A triple is great. We’re not talking East Backwater State U. We’re talking the number one university in the world excelling at athletics and academics. What the hell…Go Bears!

    p.s. If rugby and crew (the two oldest collegiate sports) were NCAA sports, Cal would do much better in the Director’s Cup. Cal would probably win it every year.

  • MoreNCsarecoming

    milo Says:
    June 1st, 2010 at 10:53 pm
    We’re talking the number one university in the world excelling at athletics and academics.

    What bravado! The original boast was the #1 public school in the US but now it is the #1 university in the world.The next thing you will be boasting about is Riley’s accuracy.

  • BlueNGold

    At least Milo is actually an alumnus of the school he supports.

  • robert lerma

    Let us not forget that Cal is the only university on the planet that can lay claim to the fact that it is in the Top 10 in all of the 20+ academic programs compared nationwide. Not Harvard, MIT or our friends in Palo Alto can say that. Athletics is next on the list. Nice year, all around.