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Football: Schedule finalized

Not breaking news, but Cal finally made its 2011 schedule official with the announcements of the road game at Colorado on Sept. 10 and the home game against Presbyterian on Sept. 17.

Here’s the release from the school.

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.

  • ondal

    Not sure if this is what the Cowherd rumors the past few days were about but looks like Oregon football is in trouble.

    http://goo.gl/y7AV6

  • SteveNTexas

    Presbyterian? I could have sworn I had heard of all colleges that play NCAA football or basketball.

    Are we playing a church? Is this some sort of benefit?

  • Marinbear

    So, three home games worth attending, plus the “neutral site” site against Fresno st., at Candlestick, which is not included in a season ticket.

  • noduck

    marinbear-

    my thoughts, too. which is why i probably won’t renew my season tickets. the only reason i would renew is to hold onto my years, but i am not sure i could resell my tickets to cover the costs…

  • LegCrampisNotCheatingLOL

    Noduck:

    Youre a typical CAL fan… Your fan base only comes out to games when you have something good going! Which, over the past 4 of the last 5 years hasnt been much!

  • Hydrated

    Presbyterian will smite any opponent that cramps up.

  • James

    Ondal,
    Don’t count your chickens, yet. Everyone was sure Auburn was in trouble. The pay-to-play sccheme, the amount of money involved, the ‘confessions’ by street agents and even his father! In the end, Newton was suspended for less than a day. The NCAA has a small bark and even smaller bite. Oregon has been too transparent in this scandal and has provided documentation without pause. They won’t even receive a slap on the wrist. Besides, the NCAA is targeting the slimy agents, not Oregon.