Championship weekend in college football is here, and some teams pulled out exceptional fits for the occasion.
— The Rose Bowl was chilly, and the crowd was fairly sparse. The UCLA Bruins still celebrated their regular season-ending victory over California to honor the seniors who persevered through their difficult four-year transformation into a winner.
- Coach: Cal followed protocols before outbreak
- USC-Cal postponed to Dec. 4 due to COVID-19
- Arizona ends 20-game skid vs. depleted Cal team
- Cal to be shorthanded vs. Zona due to protocols
— Now that California had nearly its entire team back, the Golden Bears delivered a record-breaking Big Game performance.
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Cal football coach Justin Wilcox said his team "followed the guidelines" before a COVID-19 outbreak that led to dozens of positive tests and the first postponement of a major college football game this season.
The USC-Cal football game scheduled for Saturday has been postponed due to multiple cases of COVID-19 among the Golden Bears.
Arizona ended the nation's longest losing streak at 20 games on Saturday against a depleted Cal team that was without more than two dozen players who tested positive for COVID-19.
— Jubilant Arizona players danced, cheered and sang “Bear Down” at ear-splitting level.
Cal did not specify which players would miss Saturday's game against Arizona, or how many are in COVID protocols.
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— After three straight Pac-12 losses to open the season, California is starting to find its stride.
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— Chase Garbers passed for two touchdowns and broke the school record for career rushing yards by a quarterback, leading California past Colorado, 26-3, on Saturday.
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— Jayden de Laura passed for three touchdowns, two to Calvin Jackson Jr. who made a spectacular one-handed grab near the corner of the end zone, and Washington State beat California 21-6 on Saturday.
— Just when it seemed like a second overtime was an inevitability, Washington’s Cameron Williams and Jackson Sirmon converged at the right moment.