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


  1. Great story. I’d take one Mike Mohamed over fifty Brian Cushings or Taylor Mayses any day. It’s all about integrity, and it’s one of the reasons I’m a proud Cal alum.

  2. H8sRed Says:
    June 8th, 2010 at 9:56 am
    Great story. I’d take one Mike Mohamed over fifty Taylor Mayses any day. It’s all about integrity,

    HAHAHAHA…so Taylor Mays stays in school rather than jumping into the draft his junior year in order to please his mother and you say he has no integrity.

  3. Mays is a cheap shot artist and a thug. I notice you didn’t defend the drug-tainted rookie of the year.

  4. Drugs are bad. It’s a shame that some athletes don’t understand that. Thankfully, Mike Mohamed does.

  5. Learning to keep your arrogant mouth shut is bad too. Here read this about Aaron Rodgers.

    GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP)—Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers(notes) says he regrets airing his complaints about ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” broadcast team in a recent radio interview.

    Speaking with ESPN Milwaukee 540 AM this week, Rodgers sharply criticized former Monday night broadcaster Tony Kornheiser, saying he did “absolutely no research” and doubts that he knows “anything about sports.” He also threw a barb at current analyst Ron Jaworski, calling the ex-QB’s past opinions of Rodgers’ fundamentals perhaps the worst segment “in the history of TV.”

    Rodgers now says the radio was an “inappropriate” outlet for his thoughts and that he didn’t mean to disrespect anybody—although he didn’t necessarily back away from the substance of his criticisms.

    ESPN officials declined comment through a spokesman.

  6. MoreNCS_are_ignored – troll post blocked


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