Football: Spring game set for April 26

Cal announced that its spring football game has been scheduled for Saturday, April 26 at Kabam Field at Memorial Stadium.

The game will begin at 11 a.m. Admission is free and the event will be televised live by the Pac-12 Networks, which will air all 12 conference spring games.

Cal’s spring workouts are expected to begin the week of March 31.

Jeff Faraudo

  • Joshiemac

    Can’t wait to see the “3 n out” O take on the “Down 21 in first quarter” D. Should be a matchup for the ages!

    I kid. Hopefully this will be the beginning of the rebirth!

  • MoreNCsarecoming

    Great opportunity to see that vaunted defense finally shut another team down. LOL

  • Easy Ed

    Hey Moron, I hope to see you and Daddy there. You have 4 and a half months to get Daddy sober enough to show. Ooops I forgot, why would Daddy stop drinking, you still can’t get into Cal and you’re still a loser.

  • Wehofx

    For whatever it’s worth – per twitter:

    jt and koetter are finalists for Boise hc.

  • MoreNCsarecoming

    Here is another FWIW.

    Mack Brown is stepping down as the HC for UT. What I remember most about Brown is how he put his team in the position to overtake you guys for the Rose Bowl.

    That put you guys in Holiday Bowl to play the lowly Texas Tech Raiders coached by Mike Leach. And who was his OC?

    That would be Sonny Dykes.

    What a beat down they put on you guys. You embarrassed the Pac 10 like no team had done in a decade. I predicted the outcome perfectly. Even the Texas Tech posters were standing in awe of me. For many years after that beat down they remembered who I was just like the Vol fans when I perfectly predicted the outcome in Knoxville.

  • Easy Ed

    Moron, too bad your prognostication skills don’t impress Daddy. He still thinks you are a loser. Sunday morning he wa at the club drunk as usual. Please make something of yourself or get Daddy into Rehab.

  • Picard

    You post the same thing over and over again. One would have thought that for all your trolling on a Cal blog, you would have finally picked up some creativity through osmosis. Guess not.

  • Dan


    Why do you put yourself through this?

    You long for your daddy’s approval, yet there is none. You’re just a huge disappointment.

    You longed to get into Cal, yet you were not good enough. More disappointment.

    You long to be associated with tU$C, yet they want nothing to do with you, not even on their blogs. Still more disappointment.

    For years you have come here, and SFGate, and who knows where else, to just try to somehow be part of Cal, you try and try again to be a part of things, and all you can come up are lame, redundant, predictable attempts at put downs and hollow attempts at superiority. Maybe the saddest of all, and just heaps of more disappointment.

    Yet here you are, telling yourself and all of us how great you think you are. Just sad really.

  • Gobears49

    What I remember most about Mack Brown is that he cost the Bears a trip to the Rose Bowl with all of his undue encouragement for poll voters should vote for his team, especially those in the south (stats show many of them had Cal ranked really low to help Texas). Tedford was too much of a gentleman to do that. But it probably cost his team a trip to the Rose Bowl and my three day party with an RV outside the Rose Bowl.

    I will never forgive Mack Brown. He got his due, but years too late.

  • MoreNCsarecoming

    Looks like Lupoi is headed to SC. There are plenty of places to dock his yacht.

    Go Sarks. Go Tosh. Bring in the #1 recruiting class in the nation.

  • clonedoc



    Good luck with that #1 recruiting class.
    Jaleel Wadood, who unfortunately de-committed from Cal (though not surprising) has apparently given a verbal to UCLA over U$C.

  • ScottyBear

    Tosh will have no credibility at USC. 3rd school in 3 years. Recruits will look at Tosh as a whore carpetbagger with no real loyalty to any school. Besides, the dummies looking at USC aren’t smart enough to comprehend Tosh’s video games.

    Moron, you pussy, answer me for once: Have you ever had pads on? Every played organized football? I have been asking you for years. Out with it or beat it. The only pads you have ever worn are Maxipads.

  • Easy Ed

    First and foremost #9 I agree. There NOTHING too bad to happen to Mack Brown for his shameful conduct in 2004, eat $hit and die.

    Second, Sorry to lose Wadood, looks like a great one but it was inevitable after our season. We just have to make it up elsewhere. Juancho, was Thomas Decoud a 5 star recruit?

  • Eric

    Blind Squirrel,

    The most embarassing moment in the Pac-12 over the last decade is U$C last year in the Sun Bowl, after the single greatest collapse ever by a preseason #1.

    The second most embarassing moment in the Pac-12 in the last ten years is the slapping of the harshest sanctions since SMU’s death penalty in the 1980s, with only Penn State’s coddling of a child molester as competition.

    The third most embarrasing moment for the Pac-12 in the last ten years is Mark Sanchez’s butt fumble, which, though occurring in the NFL, speaks volumes of the truly pathetic play and softness of U$C quarterbacks in the NFL notwithstanding their 5-star recruiting labels.

    Tedford’s poor coaching in the Holiday Bowl doesn’t come close. That you claim you predicted it is (a) entirely unsurprising, since many predicted Cal would have a huge letdown against a team that it did not match well against while missing virtually all of their viable wide receivers and (b) evidence of the one or two times you have managed to find the acorn.

  • Bobsac

    Eric-I think the most embarrassing moment in the PAC 12 is our 2013 season. 0-11, 9 of the losses blowouts, the two remaining losses not close enough to be heartbreaking. We are so horribly awful that criticizing USC or other programs seems at best pointless. We are lucky this is not Premier League soccer. We would be relegated to a lower level.

    And so far, we just sail on with the same coaches into 2014. So far, no sign of corrective action-changing coaches.

  • Eric

    Thanks Bobsac. The Moron/Blind Squirrel was talking about the 2004 Holiday Bowl, but you felt it was necessary to go in a different direction. I am sure the Moron/Blind Squirrel will be elated.

    Interesting – Ted Miller did a discussion of this very topic last year, when Colorado was epically terrible. But not as terrible as the 2008 Huskies. So if you want to go in this direction, even this team is not the worst ever.


  • Bobsac

    Eric-The only reason I go in this direction is it won’t get better until the Big U starts trying to fix it. We need good coaches & there is no hope until we get that. I’m no expert, but I’m thinking our 2013 team might be the worst PAC 12 team ever. Even if there has been worse, that is not a cause for joy.

  • Steve W

    I am still somewhat amazed that Moron’s comments still elicit so much passion on this blog. That, of course, is exactly what he is seeking. The level of vitriol directed back at him only gets him more excited because his sole goal is to garner attention he can’t get in the outside world. I read his comments and just yawn because I agree with him most of the time.

    The bottom line is that USC has multitudes of problems, but they still wipe the floor with Cal every year. We need a 1990 moment when Cal beat UCLA for the first time in something like 20 years and then started beating the baby bruins like helpless cubs for several years. That will shut him up.

  • BlueNGold

    @Steve W
    The reason that you agree with moron’s comments most of the time is because moron has a penchant for stating, over and over again, what is already obvious to most people.

  • Boaltblue

    Does anyone have the 2014 home football schedule? Tickets go in sale Monday, December 16, 2013, and I would like to know what games are on the home schedule.


  • Picard

    Dammit, Boaltblue, look it up online. Steve W will tell you that U$C is not a home game for Cal next year.

  • http://ContraCostaTimes EastCoastBear

    Wouldn’t Ron Rivera be a great hire for Cal as our next head coach

    Rivera was granted a college scholarship and played for the Golden Bears at the University of California, Berkeley. He was a consensus All-American linebacker, leading the team in tackles for his last three years as a player. He once held his school’s all-time sack and career tackles records. Rivera still holds the Cal record for most tackles for loss in a season, which he set in 1983. He was the 1983 Lombardi Award Winner as the nation’s top college football lineman, and the MVP of the 1984 East-West Shrine Game.[2]

  • MoreNCsarecoming

    You posters have me figured out so poorly.

    I do not hate all things Berkely.

    I am a big supporter of your woman’s swim coach. She is an SC grad, a great coach, and what is even more important, she is the daughter of a great football player named Mike McKeever.

    The McKeevers are part of USC lore and tradition. All American players who embodied everything great about the college experience.

  • Steve W

    Look it up…once again Picard has nothing original to say other than lame attempts to snipe at other posters. BTW, is that your real name or are you just channeling your inner geek and naming yourself after the captain on that Star Trek next generation thing?