Senior center Brian Schwenke, talking with reporters after practice on Wednesday, said he sees no reason why he cannot daydream about being the first player to score a touchdown.
We think it’s a fine idea, too.
Frankly, there’s little chance he will follow in the footsteps of former Cal All-America center Edwin “Babe” Horrell, who scored the first touchdown in Memorial Stadium’s 1923 debut game.
(Click here for 10 pieces of trivia about the first game played at Memorial Stadium).
So who do you think will crack the end zone for the first time Saturday?
Someone from Nevada?
Let me know, and I’ll tally up your votes.