Football: Tedford signs commemorative ball

A commemorative ball to honor the first Pac-12 game and the 10-year anniversary of 9/11 reached the Cal football offices today. The ball is making the rounds to each coach in the conference for them to sign. Tedford signed the ball in the lobby of the Cal football office about an houor ago.

The ball ultimately will wind up at the Los Angeles Coliseum for the USC-Utah game on Sept. 10, which will be the first Pac-12 game ever. It will be presented to commissioner Larry Scott during a pregame ceremony.

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.

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  • SteveNTEXAS

    Wonder if the game will be televised outside of California.

    9-11? Politics? The right way to celebrate the 10yr anniversary would be to indict Bush and Cheney for Murder.

  • Indict Rummy and Wolfy and Condi too. btw, condi is back working on the farm as a professor among other things.
    There are real reasons not to like the furd, the fascist hoover inst being one of them.


    As for football: Go Bears!!

  • Jan K Oski

    Steve, If you throw in your Obamination and Billary, I’m with you. Or, do you consider the billion US$ spent for military activities in Libya as legal without Congressional approval? How did that Somalia affair go, again?

  • H8sRed

    Steve, If you want to spout knee-jerk political drivel, go to Rachel Madow’s webpage. This is a football blog.

  • SteveNTEXAS

    H8 if only you could read – you would have noticed that the original story wrote about Sept 11, 2001. If you’re not illiterate perhaps you are only 9 yrs old and didn’t remember that day. You might note that all the responses were political.

    This was obviously a fluff story and just a bit too boring for my taste so I spiced it up a bit.

    Jan, Obama and Hilary are far from perfect its just a matter of degree,but I would have rather had them than Bush.

    In the same sense Fresno may not be as bad as Cal Davis but not near good enough to beat us.