2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
6-4, 5th in Pac 12 - North

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

The 2018 Broyles Award semifinalists (nation's top assistant coach): UAB defensive coordinator David Reeves, Alabama offensive coordinator Mike Locksley, Army DC Jay Bateman, Cal DC Tim DeRuyter, UCF O-line coach Glen Elarbee, Clemson co-OC Jeff Scott, Georgia OL coach Sam Pittman, LSU D-coordinator Dave Aranda, Michigan DC Don Brown, Mississippi State DC Bob Shoop, Notre Dame OC Chip Long, Oklahoma co-OC/OL coach Bill Bedenbaugh, Utah State OC David Yost, Washington State DC Tracy Claeys, West Virginia OC Jake Spavital.

AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez
4dKyle Bonagura

Stanford-Cal moved to Dec. 1 because of wildfires

The Stanford-Cal game set for Saturday in Berkeley has been rescheduled for Dec. 1 due to poor air quality in Northern California brought on by wildfires.

Cal snaps 14-game losing streak against USC (0:32)
Cal tries fake to seal win over USC (1:32)
Garbers punches in 5-yard TD (0:27)
Beck's interception put Cal in great field position (0:32)
Garbers floats one up to Wharton for 29-yard TD (0:20)
High snap leads to Cal safety (0:51)
Daniels connects with Vaughns for 23-yard TD (0:17)
Cal holding call erases 82-yard play (0:50)
Ware bursts for a 44-yard gain (0:18)
Daniels hits Vaughns for 2-yard TD (0:30)

No. 10 Washington State beats California 19-13

Gardner Minshew threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Easop Winston Jr. with 32 seconds left to lift No. 10 Washington State to a 19-13 win over California on Saturday night, extending WSU's long-shot quest to crash the College Football Playoff.

Leach: 'We thought it would be a war' (0:50)
Minshew tosses game-winning 10-yard TD (0:27)
McIlwain throws costly red zone INT (0:57)
Washington State blows pick-6 with fumble at 3-yard line (0:57)
Borghi keeps feet moving to give Cougars lead (0:25)
290-lb FB McMorris gives Cal lead with TD catch (0:23)
Reliving Rodgers' record-setting game against No. 1 USC (1:38)

Cal uses defense to stun No. 15 Washington, 12-10

Linebacker Evan Weaver scored on a 36-yard interception return in the third quarter after Washington made a change at quarterback, and California overcome a sluggish day offensively to beat the No. 15 Huskies 12-10 on Saturday.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Cal came away with a big win over No. 15 ranked Washington in a 12-10 game. The Bears held the Huskies' offense to just 250 total yards on offense and even saw Washington starting quarterback Jake Browning replaced by backup Jake Haener in the third quarter to try to jump start the offense. The Bears are now 5-3 on the season while Washington falls to 6-3 with two conference losses.

Cal picks off Haener for 37-yard TD (0:42)
Browning connects with Jones for Huskies' TD (0:43)

Team Stats

Passing Yards194.4
Rushing Yards169.5
Points For22.9229th
Points Against21.1