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GOLDEN BEARS

MIKE MOHAMED Senior Linebacker

SHANE VEREEN Junior Tailback

2010


STUDENT-ATHLETE HIGH PERFORMANCE CENTER

Construction is underway for the 142,000-square-foot facility that is scheduled to open prior to the 2011 home football season, providing locker rooms, meeting rooms, offices and much more for football and 12 other sports.

The SAHPC will house a state-of-the-art training, applied sports science areas for strength and conditioning, sports medicine, nutrition and academics.

The building is the physical manifestation of Cal's High Performance Initiative, an untraditional approach to excellence that challenges conventional ways of thinking about and delivering high performance in an intercollegiate setting.

MEMORIAL STADIUM RETROFIT AND RENOVATION

Built in 1923, Memorial Stadium has generated scores of unforgettable moments for generations of Golden Bears. At the time of its opening, Robert Gordon Sproul, who became UC president in 1930, said that the stadium “stands in simple dignity, beauty and strength.”

The renovation of the stadium will preserve the historic character of the structure while bringing it up to world-class standards – with respect to student-athlete needs, fan amenities and safety – in keeping with the university’s tradition.

Construction on the $321 million project began in June of 2010 and is expected to be completed in time for the 2012 season opener. After playing in the current configuration of Memorial Stadium one last time of 2010, Cal will play at AT&T Park

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ACADEMIC PROWESS 83 Pac-10 All-Academic selections in Jeff Tedford era BOWL RUN Seven consecutive bowl appearances with 5-2 record during stretch COACHING KUDOS Jeff Tedford, two-time Pac-10 Coach of the Year OUR HOUSE Undefeated at home three of last six years (31-6); 50,000-plus fans for every home game WINNING Jeff Tedford begins the 2010 season tied for Cal’s modern-era record with 67 career victories

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2010 GOLDEN BEAR FOOTBALL National Honors Candidate

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THE CAL EXPERIENCE

2010 PLAYERS

The Tedford Factor................................... 4-5 Great Coaching Staff................................... 6 Bowl Experience.......................................... 7 Golden Bears in the NFL........................ 8-11 National Attention................................. 12-13 The University of California................. 14-15 Berkeley and the Bay Area.................. 16-17 California Athletics............................... 18-19 Gameday Spirit..................................... 20-21 Football Tradition................................. 22-23 Memorial Stadium: Past, Present, Future....................... 24-26 Athletic Facilities....................................... 27 Academic Achievement............................ 28 Community Service................................... 29 Notable Alumni.......................................... 30

Player Profiles.................................... 68-106

2010 CAL FOOTBALL Quick Facts................................................ 32 Personnel Summary.................................. 33 Media Information................................. 34-35 Media Outlets............................................. 36 Television/Radio........................................ 37 Rosters.................................................. 38-39 Preseason Two-Deep................................ 40

2010 SEASON OUTLOOK Season Outlook.................................... 42-48

2010 COACHING STAFF Head Coach Jeff Tedford..................... 50-53 Assistant Coaches............................... 54-62 Football Support Staff.......................... 63-66

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2010 OPPONENTS Opponents......................................... 108-109 Big Game History & Records...........110-111 Series History....................................112-114

2009 IN REVIEW Season in Review.....................................116 Honors and Awards..................................117 Statistics........................................... 118-127 Pacific-10 Results & Honors.................. 128 Pacific-10 Statistics.......................... 129-130 Game Summaries............................. 131-137 Golden Bear Team Awards..................... 138 Outgoing Player Bios....................... 139-142

CAL RECORDS Records............................................. 144-162 Yearly Individual Leaders................ 163-166 Yearly Team Statistics...................... 167-169 Longest Plays................................... 170-171 The Last Time.......................................... 172

CAL HISTORY Yearly Records................................. 174-175 All-Time Scores................................ 176-182 Records vs. All Opponents..................... 183 Bowl History...................................... 184-188 Bowl History & Records.................. 189-190 National Honors....................................... 191 Conference/Regional Honors................. 192 Cal in the NFL................................... 193-198 All-Time Letterwinners..................... 199-206 Hall of Famers................................... 207-212

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THIS IS CAL

The University................................... 214-215 Campus Administration.......................... 216 Director of Athletics................................ 217 Athletic Administration.................... 218-219 Endowment Seat Program...................... 220 Head Coaches.......................................... 221 2009-10 Athletic Highlights.............. 222-223 2009-10 Academic All-Conference......... 224 Traditions................................................. 225 Spirit Groups............................................ 226 Strength and Conditioning..................... 227 Sports Medicine/Athletic Training... 228-229 Student Programs................................... 230 Pacific-10 Conference ............................ 231 Pacific-10 Composite & Bowl Schedules..... 232

EDITORIAL CREDITS

The 2010 California Football Information Guide was produced by the staff of the Cal Media Relations Office under the direction of Associate Media Relations Director Kyle McRae, Assistant Media Relations Director Anton Malko and Assistant Athletic Director/Media Relations Herb Benenson. Composition and design by Publications Director John Dunbar and Publications Coordinator Evan Kerr.

PHOTO CREDITS

Photos by Michael Pimentel, Mike Wondolowski, John Todd, Tom Hauck, Michael J. Burns, Kelley Cox, John Dunbar, Evan Kerr, Cris Benton, Russ Wright, John Guistina, Jim Yudelson, Steve McConnell and Michael Zagaris, among others.


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The Tedford Factor

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nder the direction of the newly anointed dean of Pac-10 head coaches Jeff Tedford, the Golden Bears have become a consistent winner while showing the talent and attitude to battle – and defeat – America’s top programs. Cal has been ranked in the nation’s top 10 at some point in five of the last six seasons. Cal has won the second-most games in the Pac-10 over Tedford’s eight seasons with a 67-35 record, while setting two school records (seven consecutive bowl appearances, four straight bowl victories) and tying another (eight straight winning campaigns). They have also been fantastic at Memorial Stadium with three undefeated home seasons under Tedford after having last accomplished the feat in 1950. Long known as perhaps America’s most picturesque football playground, Memorial Stadium now is home to large crowds, national television audiences, and a blue and gold clad fan base that is turning out in record numbers.

Kyle Boller

Aaron Rodgers

TEDFORD BY THE NUMBERS 1............ Only Cal coach to ever win Pac-10 Coach of the Year honors 2............ Highest national ranking since 1951 3............ Undefeated home seasons 4............ Seasons ranked in final top 25 5............ Seasons ranked in top 10 at one point 5............ School-record road wins in 2004 7............ Consecutive bowl appearances 7............ School-record-tying Big Game wins 8............ Straight winning seasons 10.......... School-record-tying games won in a season twice

1............ Win from becoming Cal’s modern-era leader

22.5...... Points allowed per game

1............ Winning season away from becoming Cal’s all-time

23.......... School-record road wins

leader for most consecutive winning campaigns

32.6...... Points scored per game

1............ Big Game win from becoming Cal’s all-time leader

41.......... School-record Pac-10 wins

2............ Games from becoming Cal’s all-time leader

67.......... Overall wins

3............ Seasons from becoming longest-tenured coach in

83.......... Pac-10 All-Academic selections 38353.. Cal season ticket sales in 2009

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MILESTONES IN REACH

Cal history 8............ Wins from becoming Cal’s all-time leader

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Adimchinobe Echemandu

Joe Igber

Justin Forsett

THE SKILL SET Jeff Tedford’s resume includes six quarterbacks taken in the first round of the NFL Draft, including four chosen in the first six overall picks, as well as 11 1,000-yard rushers in the last 11 seasons.

QUARTERBACKS 2005 2003 2002 2002 1999 1994

RUNNING BACKS

Aaron Rodgers, No. 24 overall (Cal) Kyle Boller, No. 19 overall (Cal) David Carr, No. 1 overall (Fresno State) Joey Harrington, No. 3 overall (Oregon) Akili Smith, No. 3 overall (Oregon) Trent Dilfer, No. 6 overall (Fresno State)

Marshawn Lynch

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2001 2000 1999

Jahvid Best, 1,580 yards (Cal) Justin Forsett, 1,546 yards (Cal) Marshawn Lynch, 1,356 yards (Cal) Marshawn Lynch, 1,246 yards (Cal) J.J. Arrington, 2,018 yards (Cal) Adimchinobe Echemandu, 1,195 yards (Cal) Joe Igber, 1,130 yards (Cal) Onterrio Smith, 1,058 yards (Oregon) Maurice Morris, 1,049 yards (Oregon) Maurice Morris, 1,106 yards (Oregon) Reuben Droughns, 1,234 yards (Oregon)

BALANCING ACT Jeff Tedford’s reputation as a quarterback guru overshadows the actual broader results. His offenses are some of the most balanced in the country. Take a look at Cal’s offensive totals over the last eight seasons. Rushing Pass Rushing Yds Passing Yds Attempts Attempts Per Game Per Game 2009 471 393 169.5 222.7 2008 435 397 186.2 189.8 2007 441 443 165.7 241.8 2006 427 377 162.4 253.2 2005 483 321 235.3 192.7 2004 509 316 256.8 236.2 2003 542 349 168.3 264.6 2002 392 421 108.0 247.6

Jahvid Best

J.J. Arrington

TURNSTILE TURNAROUND California football fans have been flocking to Strawberry Canyon in record numbers over the past six seasons as the Golden Bears have climbed into the upper echelon of college football. As recently as 2002, California was averaging just 37,000 fans per home game. In four of the last six seasons, Cal has averaged over 60,000 fans, including a school-record 64,318 per contest in 2006. Cal has also sold more than 38,000 season tickets each of the last six years, with a record 41,336 in 2007.

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Great Coaching Staff

Cal head coach Jeff Tedford has built one of the nation’s finest coaching staffs with a group of coaches that develop quality student-athletes both on and off the field.

ANDY LUDWIG

CLANCY PENDERGAST

KEVIN DAFT

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Ludwig has 13 seasons of experience as an offensive coordinator at the collegiate level and is in his second season at Cal in 2010. He has coached in 11 bowl games and was finalist for national Offensive Coordinator of the Year in 2008.

Defensive Coordinator Pendergast brings 19 seasons of NFL and collegiate coaching experience to his first season at Cal in 2010, having spent the last six years as an NFL defensive coordinator, including for Arizona’s 2008 Super Bowl squad.

Wide Receivers One of the most prolific passers in UC Davis history and a former NFL quarterback, Daft is in his third season as Cal’s receivers coach and his seventh on the Golden Bears’ football staff in 2010.

JEFF GENYK

RON GOULD

TOSH LUPOI

STEVE MARSHALL

Special Teams Coordinator/ Tight Ends Prior to coming to Cal in 2010, Genyk’s most recent stop during an 18-year collegiate coaching career was a five-year run from 2004-08 as the head coach at Eastern Michigan. His 2006 squad was third nationally in punt return yardage defense.

Associate Head Coach/RBs Gould, in his 14th season at Cal in 2010, is the veteran of the coaching staff. He has coached the rushing leader in the Pac-10 three times in the last six years and is a candidate for National Assistant Coach of the Year in 2010.

Defensive Line The Cal grad is in his 11th season with the program as either a player or a coach in 2010. At only 29 years of age, he is considered one of the brightest young coaches in the game. In 2010, he was named the Rivals National Recruiter of the Year.

Offensive Line Marshall has 30 seasons of coaching experience at the NFL and collegiate levels on his resume and is in his second season at Cal in 2010. Mike Tepper earned his first All-Pac-10 honor under Marshall in 2009.

AL SIMMONS

KENWICK THOMPSON

JOHN KRASINSKI

MIKE McHUGH

Defensive Backs A Bay Area product in his second stint at Cal, Simmons has nine seasons of Pac-10 coaching experience and has also worked in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers. He has been a defensive coordinator at the college level with Cal State Hayward.

Recruiting Coordinator/LBs Thompson is in his fourth season at Cal in 2010 and has helped develop senior Mike Mohamed into one of the nation’s top linebackers. He also has experience as a defensive coordinator, serving in the role from 1996-2000 at Texas Southern.

Strength and Conditioning Krasinski has 19 years of experience at the college level and has trained over 100 players who have gone on to the NFL, including 32 of Cal’s current players in the league. Nine of his Cal pupils have earned strength and conditioning All-America honors.

Director of Football Operations McHugh has 27 years of experience in football at the professional, collegiate and high school levels. He has served as both an administrator and coach during his professional career.

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Bowl Experience

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uring Jeff Tedford’s tenure in Berkeley, Cal has become a postseason fixture. The Golden Bears have a current school-record string of seven consecutive bowl games. Cal is 5-2 in the postseason under Tedford, including a four-game win streak from 2005-08 that is also a school mark. During the span, Cal played in the Holiday Bowl twice. The Bears have also made appearances in the Armed Forces Bowl, Emerald Bowl, Insight Bowl, Las Vegas Bowl and Poinsettia Bowl, where the Bears were defeated by Utah, 37-27, in their most recent bowl outing. In all Cal has played in 20 bowl games, including eight Rose Bowls, and has posted a 10-9-1 record (8-3 since 1990).

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Golden Bears in the NFL

San Diego Chargers

David Binn

Washington Redskins

Andre Carter

Justin Forsett

Scott Fujita

Nnamdi Asomugha

Kyle Boller

Tony Gonzalez

Desmond Bishop

Brandon Mebane

Cleveland Browns

Atlanta Falcons

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Oakland Raiders

Green Bay Packers

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Seattle Seahawks

Oakland Raiders

Seattle Seahawks


Marshawn Lynch Buffalo Bills

Lorenzo Alexander Washington Redskins

Ryan Longwell Minnesota Vikings

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n addition to leaving Berkeley with one of the most valuable college diplomas in the country, University of California football players often find themselves heading for the National Football League. In Jeff Tedford’s eight seasons as head coach, 32 Cal players have been selected in the NFL Draft, including a school-record six in 2008. Cal was only the Pac-10 school to have a first-round draft pick in 2010 with both Tyson Alualu and Jahvid Best going in the first round to make Tedford’s total at Cal rise to seven. California’s current 39 active NFL players is second only to USC among Pac-10 schools, as of July 15, 2010, according to ESPN.com. A total of 25 student-athletes from Cal have been first-round picks while 53 have been selected in the first three rounds of the NFL Draft. A complete list of former Cal players in the NFL can be found on pages 193-198.

Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers

Jahvid Best Detroit Lions

DeSean Jackson Philadelphia Eagles

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Golden Bears in the NFL

Mike Gibson

Will Ta’ufo’ou

Craig Stevens

Nick Sundberg

Brett Johnson

Matt Giordano

Thomas DeCoud

L.P. Ladouceur

Verran Tucker

Seattle Seahawks

Washington Redskins

Atlanta Falcons

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Chicago Bears

Philadelphia Eagles

Dallas Cowboys

Tennessee Titans

Atlanta Falcons

Dallas Cowboys

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Zack Follett Detroit Lions

Ryan O’Callaghan Kansas City Chiefs

J.J. Arrington Denver Broncos


Tully Banta-Cain

Lavelle Hawkins

Nick Harris

Daymeion Hughes

Langston Walker

Devin Bishop

Mike Tepper

Syd’Quan Thompson

Tyson Alualu

Cameron Morrah

New England Patriots

Oakland Raiders

Brian De La Puente San Francisco 49ers

Tennessee Titans

Denver Broncos

Jacksonville Jaguars

Detroit Lions

Dallas Cowboys

Seattle Seahawks

San Diego Chargers

Denver Broncos

Alex Mack

Cleveland Browns

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National Attention

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ince Jeff Tedford’s arrival in 2002, Cal has risen to No. 2 in the Pac-10 in television exposure, a dramatic increase over the years before Tedford. A total of 85 games have been televised in eight seasons under Tedford, and the number of national TV broadcasts has more than doubled in that time. In the last three seasons, 38 of 39 Cal contests have been on TV. All 13 Cal games were televised in 2007 for the first time in the program’s history and the feat was repeated in 2008.

Mike Mohamed Mike Mohamed has racked up the 2010 preseason honors, being named to the Playboy All-America squad with additional All-America selections coming from The Kickoff (second team), National Champs.net, Phil Steele (both third team) and the College Football Insiders (honorable mention). The Pac-10’s leading tackler in 2009 is also on watch lists for The Lott Trophy, the Rotary Lombardi Award and the Bronco Nagurski Trophy.

WILLIAM V. CAMPBELL TROPHY Cal center Alex Mack won the 2008 William V. Campbell Trophy, then known as the Draddy Trophy. The honor is a prestigious award given to the nation’s top football scholar-athlete during a black tie ceremony at New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Also referred to as the “Academic Heisman,” it is one of college football’s most sought-after honors, recognizing an individual as the absolute best in the country for combined academic success, football performance and community leadership. The award comes with a 24-inch, 25-pound bronze trophy and a $25,000 postgraduate scholarship. Mack, a two-time recipient of the Morris Trophy as the best offensive lineman in the Pac-10, also earned Cal’s Neufeld Scholar-Athlete Award as the Golden Bears’ male senior student-athlete with the highest cumulative GPA.

Alex Mack

RANDY MOSS AWARD Cal’s DeSean Jackson was presented the inaugural Randy Moss Return Man Award for the top kick and punt returner in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of college football in 2006 during a presentation at a luncheon in Houston. As a sophomore, Jackson led the country with an average of 18.2 yards per punt return. He also paced the nation with four punts returned for touchdowns, including a modern-era school-record 95-yarder against Arizona. As a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, Jackson was one of the top rookies in the NFL in 2008, then earned All-Pro honors in 2009.

DeSean Jackson

THE LOTT TROPHY Cal cornerback Daymeion Hughes was recognized as the 2006 winner of The Lott Trophy. Named after Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott, The Lott Trophy is awarded to college football’s Defensive IMPACT Player of the Year. Hughes’ honor was announced at a gala black tie banquet at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach. The trophy is given to a player who exhibits the same characteristics Lott embodied during his distinguished career: Integrity, Maturity, Performance, Academics, Community and Tenacity. Golden Bear linebacker Zack Follett was a quarterfinalist for the award in 2008, Cal cornerback Syd’Quan Thompson (2009) and linebacker Mike Mohamed (2010) have been on the watch list. 12

Ronnie Lott And Daymeion Hughes With The Lott Trophy

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blossoming football program located in America’s fifth-largest television market means a big stage for the Cal football program. Cal has been featured on television in 38 of its last 39 games over the past three seasons. Last year, the Golden Bears were televised four times on ABC, twice on ESPN, twice on Versus, twice on Comcast SportsNet California and once on Fox Sports Net. Cal’s flagship KGO AM 810 has also been the Bay Area’s top-rated radio station for most of the period since beginning to broadcast Golden Bear games in 1974.

Included within the borders of the Pacific-10 Conference are six of America’s top-25 television markets, some of the largest daily media outlets in the United States and a fan base that continues to grow every season. As Cal strives to extend its school record for consecutive bowl appearances to eight in 2010, media exposure is almost certain to expand in all forms.

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SIMPLY THE BEST

here is no other way to aptly describe America’s top public university. There is no other way to describe one of the elite academic settings in the world – especially one that also includes one of America’s most successful athletic departments. The University of California blends the best of all worlds. Overlooking the scenic San Francisco Bay and ranked as the nation’s top public university by U.S. News and World Report, the flagship campus of the state of California also features an athletic program that annually finishes among the leaders in the Directors’ Cup standings, which rates the overall success of America’s collegiate athletic departments. Cal attracts what many believe to be the finest applicant pool in the United States featuring a diverse student body population. The University of California is divided into 14 colleges and schools offering 351 degree programs and over 7,000 courses, with 35 of the school’s 36 graduate programs ranked among America’s Top 10. Cal’s 35 programs among the Top 10 is No. 1 among all universities in the country, as is its 32 “distinguished” programs, as rated by the National Research Council. University Library is ranked as the No. 1 public research library in the country by the Association of Research Libraries with 10 million volumes in 32 campus libraries. The current faculty features eight Nobel Laureates, 136 members of the National Academy of Sciences, 30 MacArthur Fellows, 74 Fulbright Scholars, four Pulitzer Prize winners and 363 Guggenheim Fellows, more than any other university in America.

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AMERICA’S NO. 1 PUBLIC UNIVERSITY BY THE NUMBERS

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Universities with the highest number of top-10 graduate program 1. CALIFORNIA 2. Stanford 3. Harvard 4. Columbia 5. MIT

TOP PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

CALIFORNIA UCLA Virginia Michigan North Carolina

Source: 2010 U.S. News and World Report

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Universities with the highest number of “Distinguished Programs” 1. CALIFORNIA 2. Stanford 3. Harvard 4. Princeton 5. MIT

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3,000

Nobel Laureates 22 current and former faculty members Student-to-Faculty Ratio

Degree Programs

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In 2009, the Association of Research Libraries ranked Cal’s University Library as the No. 1 public research university library in North America.

Service The University of California is the only school in the country to have produced more than 3,000 volunteers since the inception of the Peace Corps in 1961.

Nobel Laureate Oliver Williamson

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Berkeley and the Bay Area

BERKELEY

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erkeley is a part of the San Francisco Bay Area major metropolitan area of approximately 7.4 million people. The region is considered one of the most beautiful in the world and includes the major cities of San Francisco and Oakland, as well as Berkeley, home of the world-renowned University of California. Just south are San Jose and the Silicon Valley, home to many of the world’s most famous high-tech companies. The Bay Area also lies within easy driving distance of the high Sierra resorts of Lake Tahoe and Yosemite, the Monterey Peninsula and the world famous Napa wine country. Everyone knows San Francisco, a.k.a. “The City,” from the numerous photographs, movies and television shows that capture its magic and beauty. It is a city built on a series of more than 40 hills, offering panoramic views of every kind. The hub of a nine-county complex and the financial and insurance capital of the world, San Francisco has a resident population of just over 800,000 and is situated on a 46.7-square mile peninsula bounded by water on three sides – to the west by the Pacific Ocean, the north by the Golden Gate strait, and from north to east by the San Francisco Bay. San Francisco has been named the world’s top city twice and the top city in the U.S. in 19 of the last 20 years by Condé Nast Traveler. Cal will play

its home football games at San Francisco’s AT&T Park in 2011 when Memorial Stadium undergoes a renovation. The San Francisco Bay is spanned by two landmarks, the Golden Gate and San Francisco-Oakland Bay bridges, the latter which is currently undergoing a spectacular renovation of the east span, and graced by four islands: Alcatraz, Angel, Yerba Buena and Treasure. The area is easily navigated by car, BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), bus or ferry, making it easily accessible to all.

SAN FRANCISCO

TOP CITIES IN THE WORLD 1. Sydney, Australia 2. San Francisco, CA 3. Florence, Italy 4. Charleston, SC 5. Ubud, Bali 6T. Cape Town, South Africa 6T. Rome, Italy 8. Vancouver, Canada 9. Bangkok, Thailand 10. Buenos Aires, Argentina Source: Condé Nast Traveler, 2009 Readers’ Choice Awards

Frank Gore San Francisco 49ers

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OAKLAND

Nnamdi Asomugha Oakland Raiders

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ocated across the Bay Bridge from San Francisco and a bordering neighbor of Berkeley is Oakland, a city of over 400,000 people, jam-packed with exciting attractions, stimulating arts and an ideal climate. Oakland’s charm exceeds its man-made wonders, as tumbling hills rising east above the city, vast forests, hiking and riding trails, beautiful lakes and numerous parks provide a natural escape for those who prefer nature over an urban environment.

Just a 12-mile drive from San Francisco, Berkeley is situated on 17.7 square miles with a population of just over 100,000 people. A study in contrasts, Berkeley is a small town with a big city character. With its worldrenowned university, global population and rich diversity of cultural arts, Berkeley reflects and affects the rest of the country. Six major pro sports teams – the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders, the NBA’s Golden State Warriors, MLB’s

San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics, and the NHL’s San Jose Sharks – as well as NCAA Division I schools Cal, Saint Mary’s, San Francisco, San Jose State, Santa Clara and Stanford all call the Bay Area home. Sources: San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau, Oakland Convention & Visitors Bureau, Berkeley Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the California Trade and Commerce Agency.

SIMPLY THE BEST • Money magazine chose San Francisco as “the best place to live” among the 300 biggest U.S. metropolitan areas. • Forbes.com recently ranked San Francisco as America’s “best city for the outdoors” while American College of Sports Medicine called San Francisco “the fittest of America’s most populous cities.” • Readers of Travel + Leisure magazine selected San Francisco as their favorite city in 2009 for its “noteworthy neighborhoods.” • San Francisco is rated the No. 1 city in the U.S. and the No. 2 city in the world by Condé Nast Traveler (October 2009).

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK

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California Athletics

Nathan Adrian Men’s Swimming & Diving 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist

Michael Cavic Men’s Swimming & Diving 2008 Olympic Silver Medalist

Emily Silver Women’s Swimming & Diving 2008 Olympic Silver Medalist

Natalie Coughlin Women’s Swimming & Diving 11-Time 2004 & ’08 Olympic Medalist

Winning is a Cal Tradition! RECENT TEAM NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

2004 MEN’S GOLF

2006 WOMEN’S CREW

2008-09 WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING

2009-10 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

Alex Mack Football 2008 William V. Campbell Trophy National Scholar-Athlete of the Year

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Eric Mina Men’s Golf 2010 Pac-10 Individual Champion

Hannah Wilson Women’s Swimming & Diving 2010 Pac-10 Individual Champion 100 Freestyle

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2009-10 MEN’S BASKETBALL Pac-10 Champions


2009-10 INDIVIDUAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Liv Jensen Women’s Swimming & Diving 2010 National Champion 50 Freestyle

Tom Shields Men’s Swimming & Diving 2010 National Champion 100 Butterfly

Damir Dugonjic Men’s Swimming & Diving 2010 National Champion 100 Breaststroke

Nathan Adrian Men’s Swimming & Diving 2010 National Champion 100 Freestyle

2010 RUGBY

2010 MEN’S CREW VARSITY 8 2002 SOFTBALL

2010 WOMEN’S CREW Pac-10 Champions

Patrick Kowalsky Men’s Track & Field 2010 Pac-10 Individual Champion Shot Put

Deborah Maier Women’s Track & Field 2010 Pac-10 Individual Champion 3000m

Mark Matusak Men’s Track & Field 2010 Pac-10 Individual Champion 3000m

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Gameday Spirit

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he setting for University of California football games features the best of all worlds. Memorial Stadium rests comfortably in a glorious natural setting, with the Berkeley Hills as a backdrop and a stadium perched above the San Francisco Bay. The foreground is complete with landmark bridges, islands and the city skyline. The background features Strawberry Canyon and is complimented by dazzling gameday colors, a rousing student section, and a marching band all nestled in and surrounded by one of America’s most picturesque gameday settings.

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GAMEDAY The football team’s March To Victory is the official kickoff of gameday. From the moment the Bears enter Memorial Stadium, the activity increases throughout fall Saturdays. Oski roams the stadium, the Rally Committee mans the flags, the student body, the traditional stunt card section, all in a stadium that has been around since the 1920s.

Hail California!

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Football Tradition

Walter Gordon Andy Smith Wonder Team 1921 National Champions

H.P. “Brick” Muller

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alifornia is steeped in tradition over a history that dates back to the 1880s. From its first national championship (1920), conference title (1918) and All-American player (Harold “Brick” Muller, 1921), the California football program has built a long and proud history.

1922 National Champions 1923 National Champions

Arleigh Williams

5 National Championships 10 Bowl Victories

14 Conference Championships 8 Rose Bowl Appearances

Thunder Team 1937 National Champions

Leonard “Stub” Allison

Vic Bottari

Lynn “Pappy” Waldorf

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Carl Van Heuit

Sam Chapman

Jackie Jensen

Les Richter

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ROTH’S NO. 12 JERSEY RETIRED

Sherman White

Craig Morton

Joe Roth

The only jersey ever retired by the Cal football program is the No. 12 worn by quarterback Joe Roth, who played for the Bears in 1975 and ’76. Roth, who seemed destined to become one of the greatest passers ever produced by Cal, had his career ended by cancer shortly after the ’76 season, and he passed away on Feb. 19, 1977. His ability on the football field, friendly openness and humble manner, combined with the courage he showed in facing his illness, made him one of the most popular players ever to wear the Blue and Gold. Roth still holds the Cal record for longest pass, an 88-yard hookup with Wesley Walker for a TD against Georgia in 1976. Roth’s No. 12 jersey was retired during a ceremony on Oct. 29, 1977, prior to the USC game, which Cal won, 17-14. Cal still annually hosts a game to honor his legacy.

Steve Bartkowski

Mike White

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Chuck Muncie

First Team All-American Honors National Football Foundation Hall of Fame Members Pop Warner Trophy Winners

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Wesley Walker

Conference Players of the Year Morris Trophy Winners Bowl Berths in last seven years Top 10 Finishers in Heisman Trophy Voting

1982 Big Game The Play

Sean Dawkins Mike Pawlawski Ron Rivera

Russell White

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he Big Game between California and Stanford began in 1892 and is among the nation’s most storied rivalries, tying for the country’s 10th-longest active consecutively running series. At stake for the winner of the game is The Axe, a coveted trophy that represents a history of competitive matchups that include such memorable moments as “The Play” in 1982. Cal has won seven of the last eight years.

Tony Gonzalez

Nnamdi Asomugha

Aaron Rodgers

J.J. Arrington

DeSean Jackson

Hardy Nickerson

Jahvid Best

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or California fans and alumni, there truly is no place like Memorial Stadium. A full 87 football seasons since its opening in 1923, Memorial Stadium remains one of the most breathtaking sites in all of college athletics. The plush wall of pine trees in the Berkeley Hills to the east is contrasted by a panoramic view of the San Francisco Bay and three bridges to the west. Designed by world-renowned architect John Galen Howard, and codesigners G.F. Buckingham and E.E. Carpenter, the stadium is a tribute to their architectural talents, skills that were years ahead of their time. Fans who attend games today still marvel at the beauty of the structure, modeled after the Roman Colosseum, and comment about the easy viewing for spectators from all angles within the stadium. The stadium was completed in time for the 1923 Big Game at a total cost of $1,437,982. It was constructed in sections with expansion joints to withstand earth movement. Included in the initial construction were 12,000 barrels of cement, 1.1 million feet of lumber for concrete forms, 8,000 cubic yards of rock, 4,000 cubic yards of sand, 600 tons of steel, 800,000 feet of premium lumber used for seating, and 2,500 pine trees, which today serve as the backdrop for the stadium. Original plans for the stadium called for a capacity of 60,000, but they were altered in favor of a capacity closer to 80,000. The seating capacity has fluctuated due to renovation and other changes, but in 1947, a crowd of 83,000 watched Cal defeat Navy, 14-7, a feat which may have prompted Cal officials to establish an official capacity for the stadium. In the 1960s, temporary bleachers on the east side were removed and additional wheelchair seating and aluminum bleachers followed in the 1980s. For 2001, the press box was rebuilt, giving the stadium an official capacity of 71,799. Overall, Cal football teams through the years have played before crowds of 70,000 or more on 64 occasions and there have been 21 games that attracted in excess of 80,000 spectators.

There are bigger stadiums, newer stadiums and stadiums with grander reputations. But there is no finer place to watch a college football game than Memorial Stadium on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley. Decatur (IL) Herald & Review September 18, 2005

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...the Present... MEMORIAL STADIUM FACTS AND FIGURES Overall Record...................................................................... 313-210-16 (.596, 56 winning seasons, 27 losing seasons, 4 tied) 2009 Home Record.............................................................................4-2 Most Consecutive Winning Seasons.....................................12, 1927-38 Most Games, Season..................................................... 10, 1932 (6-2-2) Most Wins, Season...........................................8, 1924 (8-0-1), ’38 (8-0) Most Losses, Season.......................................................... 6, 2001 (0-6) Most Consecutive Wins.........................................................21, 1947-50 Longest Unbeaten Streak.....................................................24, 1947-51 Most Consecutive Losses.......................................................8, 2000-01 Record in Doubleheaders................................................ 15-1 (1932-39) Undefeated Seasons................... 12: 1923 (1-0), ’24 (8-0-1), ’29 (5-0-1), ’35 (7-0), ’37 (6-0-1), ’38 (8-0), ’48 (7-0), ’49 (6-0), ’50 (6-0-1), 2004 (5-0), ’06 (7-0), ’08 (7-0) Winless Seasons...............................................2: 1959 (0-5), 2001 (0-6) Record on Synthetic Turf................................................... 79-42-3 (.649) Record on Grass......................................................... 234-168-13 (.580)

MILESTONE WINS

1st 50th 100th 200th 250th 300th

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Cal 9, Stanford 0, Nov. 24, 1923 Cal 14, St. Mary’s 13, Oct. 7, 1933 Cal 14, Pacific 0, Oct. 14, 1944 Cal 28, USC 14, Nov. 1, 1975 Cal 42, Oregon State 0, Oct. 3, 1992 Cal 42, Louisiana Tech 12, Sept. 15, 2007

LARGEST CROWDS Attend 83,000 83,000 82,070

Opponent Navy Stanford Stanford

Date Sept. 27, 1947 Nov. 22, 1952 Nov. 24, 1928

Result Cal, 14-7 Cal, 26-0 Tie, 13-13

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...and future...

STUDENT-ATHLETE HIGH PERFORMANCE CENTER

MEMORIAL STADIUM RETROFIT AND RENOVATION

The Student-Athlete High Performance Center, under construction since late 2008, is scheduled to open prior to the 2011 football season and will become a modern new home for approximately 450 student-athletes in football and 12 other sports to use on a daily basis. The 142,000-square-foot facility will house locker rooms, offices and meeting rooms, as well as areas for strength and conditioning, sports medicine, nutrition and academics. The building is the physical manifestation of Cal’s High Performance Initiative, a nontraditional approach to excellence that challenges conventional ways of thinking about and delivering high performance in an intercollegiate setting. In an effort to take Cal to the highest level, the HPI applies worldwide best practices in sport and human performance to all aspects of the athletic department. This commitment creates and sustains high performance across Cal Athletics and maximizes the potential of our student-athletes, coaches and support staff. The High Performance Initiative has three primary objectives – to maximize competitive advantage, to efficiently use available resources and to optimize the student-athlete experience – which will be attained primarily through applying a different mindset to intercollegiate athletics and by delivering world-class advanced support services and facilities, such as the Student-Athlete High Performance Center.

Since it opened in the fall of 1923, California Memorial Stadium has generated scores of unforgettable memories for generations of Golden Bears. From the Wonder Teams of the 1920s to the Pappy Waldorf years mid-century to the current success attained under head coach Jeff Tedford, the venerable facility has treated fans of all ages to many of the greatest games in the history of Cal football. Now, work is underway to retrofit and renovate the historic building, bringing it up to modern standards and creating a facility that will significantly reduce seismic risk and create a more enjoyable environment for the hundreds of thousands of fans who attend games every year – all while maintaining the architecture and character of the celebrated structure. Construction on the $321 million project began in earnest in early June 2010 and is expected to be completed in time for the 2012 season opener. After playing in the current configuration of Memorial Stadium one last time in 2010, the Golden Bears will move to temporary quarters at San Francisco’s AT&T Park in 2011 before returning to campus for the following campaign and providing new generations of Cal fans the opportunity to treasure the venue for years to come.

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Athletic Facilities

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tudent-athletes at the University of California have the privilege of using quality athletic facilities. Major athletic facilities located on and around the Cal campus are listed below.

Memorial Stadium

HELLMAN TENNIS COMPLEX

BRIONES RESERVOIR

Cal women’s crew uses Briones Reservoir as its dedicated practice site.

EDWARDS STADIUM/ GOLDMAN FIELD

Historic Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field, which opened in 1932, is home to the Cal’s track & field and soccer teams.

EVANS DIAMOND

This natural-grass facility seats over 2,500 and is used by Cal’s baseball team for practices and games.

HAAS PAVILION

Walter A. Haas Jr. Pavilion is the home for Cal’s basketball, volleyball and gymnastics teams. The athletic director, student services, compliance offices and other departments are also located in the pavilion.

Witter Rugby Field

Levine-Fricke Field

Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field

Maxwell Family Field

T. GARY ROGERS BOATHOUSE

California tennis makes its home at the Hellman Tennis Complex, located on the southwest side of campus.

The newly completed and renovated crew boathouse is located on the Oakland Estuary, where Cal men’s rowing practices.

LEVINE-FRICKE FIELD

SPIEKER AQUATICS COMPLEX

Levine-Fricke Field is nestled at the base of Strawberry Canyon and home to Cal softball, winners of the 2002 NCAA title.

MAXWELL FAMILY FIELD

Maxwell Family Field serves as home to the Cal field hockey program.

MEMORIAL STADIUM

Memorial Stadium has been home of the football team since 1923. The daily operations of the football program – including administrative offices, training room, weight room, equipment room and locker rooms – are being hosted at the surge facility located in nearby Strawberry Canyon.

Briones Reservoir

Haas Pavilion

T. Gary Rogers Boathouse

Water polo and swim team practices and competitions are held at Spieker Aquatics Complex. The facility is home to the 200809 NCAA champion women’s swimming and diving squad. Recreational swimming is also scheduled for times when these teams are not hosting events or practicing.

WITTER RUGBY FIELD

Witter Rugby Field is part of Strawberry Canyon. The field is used for rugby, football and lacrosse practice, and lacrosse competition.

Spieker Aquatics Complex

Hellman Tennis Complex

Evans Diamond

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Academic Achievement ACADEMIC GAME PLAN COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FOCUSES ON GOLDEN BEAR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

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hile the California football program has produced a schoolrecord with seven straight bowl appearances and tied another with eight consecutive winning seasons as part of 67 victories overall in the last eight seasons, the mission for Cal football is to EDUCATE and GRADUATE all football student-athletes with a meaningful degree that will support their future successes in whatever field they choose. Cal’s unique “Academic Game Plan” (AGP) is a program established by head coach Jeff Tedford to ensure success in the classroom as well as on the field. AGP, under the direction of Cal’s director of student-athlete development, consists of players meeting regularly with coaches and counselors to review coursework and assignments. Players are given an “Academic Game Planner,” which they are required to keep up to date. The point of AGP is to approach academics just like a game, with a plan. The players would never go into a game situation without studying film, having a plan, practicing and preparation. Tedford and the Cal staff want student-athletes to approach academics the same way. Of the 18 players signed in 2002 in coach Tedford’s first class, 15 (83%) graduated within five years. A total of 20 players over the past 10 years have earned graduate degrees while playing

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he Athletic Study Center, which is housed within the Division of Undergraduate Education, is the tutorial and academic support program for the approximately 850 student-athletes at Cal. Centrally located in the Cesár Chavéz Student Center, the program provides a spacious and comfortable area for quiet study, individual classrooms for tutorials and a computer lab.

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and 10 of those who earned graduate degrees have gone on to play in the NFL. For the 2005-06 academic year, the Cal football team achieved the highest score possible (1000) in the Academic Progress Rate (APR). In 2009-10, Cal posted a multi-year score of 969, second among Pac-10 schools. In addition, 83 student-athletes on the football team have earned Pac-10 All-Academic honors in the Tedford era.ATHLETIC STUDY CENTER

TUTORIAL PROGRAM

ADVISING PROGRAM

The tutorial program promotes and enhances students’ academic skills and progress by providing individual tutoring, group workshops, study groups, credit courses and intensive special programs. The Athletic Study Center has between 50-60 tutors on staff per semester to guarantee that students receive the best possible support. Tutorial sessions are offered in the evenings to enable student-athletes to receive help after practices when they have more time to devote to studying.

The advising program offers a broad range of services to meet the unique needs of Cal’s student-athletes, which include assistance in understanding and complying with university, college and NCAA requirements, the development of time management skills and the resolution of personal issues unique to studentathletes.

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Community Service (Clockwise from top right): Cal football players lend a hand during Come To College Day by teaching kids how to run with the ball, posing for photos and taking their turn on the rowing machine.

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n addition to pursuing success on the football field and in the classroom, head coach Jeff Tedford puts a high priority on Golden Bear football players being involved in the community. Most recently, one of the team’s primary focuses has been The Sage Mentorship Program, helping Sage carry out its mission of providing youth with a personal connection to mentors through academic and extra-curricular activities in order to foster life skills and personal growth. The team also participates in a variety of community service activities and is always eager to support area youth and let them know the value of education through various reading and recess programs as well as Fan Appreciation Days. The Golden Bears truly enjoy the opportunity to give back to the community.

(above) Cal football players take part in Easter Seals Day festivities; (right) Mentoring has been a focus of the team’s recent community relations efforts; (below) the Golden Bears are never too busy to sign autographs for adoring fans

“The passionate commitment that we have received from these esteemed individuals has been a vital key to our continued growth. Most importantly, the positive influence, which they impart unto the youth of our communities, has been simply amazing and impactful beyond belief.” Michael Okinczyc, President of The Sage Mentorship Program

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Notable Alumni Earl Warren Gregory Peck

Jennifer Granholm

Steven Chu

Shareef Abdur-Rahim – NBA All-Star, 2000 U.S. Olympian Lisa Arce – Pro beach volleyball star Steve Bartkowski – No. 1 overall pick in 1975 NFL Draft Stephen Bechtel – Founder of world’s largest constructional Kevin Johnson engineering firm Zulfikar Ali Bhutto – President and Prime Minister, Pakistan Matt Biondi – Three-time Olympic swimmer, winner of eight gold medals Rose Bird – Chief Justice, California Supreme Court W. Michael Blumenthal – U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Jerry Brown – State Attorney General, Governor of California, Mayor of Oakland Thomas Cech – Chemist, Nobel Prize winner Peter Chernin – Chairman and CEO, Fox Entertainment Group Leroy Chiao – First Chinese-American astronaut Choon Kun Cho – President, Korean Airlines Rachelle Chong – Member, Federal Communications Commission Steven Chu – U.S. Secretary of Energy Beverly Cleary – Author, “Ramona the Pest” Natalie Coughlin – Winner of 11 Olympic medals in swimming Joan Didion – Author, “Play It as It Lays” Brig. Gen. James H. Doolittle – World War II hero, Medal of Honor recipient Adam Duritz – Lead singer, Counting Crows Maria Echaveste – Deputy Chief of Staff, Clinton Administration Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett – Member of three U.S. Olympic soccer teams Don Fisher – Founder and Chairman of the Board, The Gap

Michelle Tafoya

Adam Duritz

John Kenneth Galbraith – Economist Tony Gonzalez – NFL All-Pro tight end Walter A. Gordon – Governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands, U.S. District Court Judge Michele Granger – Olympic gold medalist, softball pitcher Jennifer Granholm – Governor of Michigan Andrew Grove – President and CEO, Intel Corporation Walter Haas Jr. – President, Levi Strauss & Co.; Owner of Oakland Athletics Philip Habib – U.S. Special Envoy to Middle East William Randolph Hearst Jr. – Newspaper publisher Marguerite Higgins – Journalist, Pulitzer Prize winner Susanna Hoffs – Lead singer of “The Bangles” Lance Ito – Superior Court Judge, presided over 1995 O.J. Simpson murder trial Ida Jackson – United Nations observer, founder local chapter of National Council of Negro Women Jackie Jensen – 1958 American League MVP Kevin Johnson – NBA All-Star, Mayor of Sacramento Edgar F. Kaiser – Founder, Kaiser Permanente Jeff Kent – 2000 National League MVP Clark Kerr – Chancellor, UC Berkeley Jason Kidd – NBA All-Star, U.S. Olympian Maxine Hong Kingston – Author, 1997 National Humanities Medal Yuan T. Lee – Chemist, Nobel Prize winner Willard Libby – Physical chemist, discovered Carbon 14, Nobel Prize winner Tung Yen Lin – World-renowned civic engineer Jack London – Author, “The Call of the Wild” Wiley Manuel – First African American Supreme Court of California Justice Jerry Mathers – Actor, “Leave it to Beaver” Brian Maxwell – Founder, PowerBar John A. McCone – Director of CIA, Atomic Energy Commission Terry McMillan – Author, “Waiting To Exhale,” “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” Robert McNamara – U.S. Secretary of Defense Mary T. Meagher – U.S. Olympic swimmer, winner of three gold medals Norman Mineta – U.S. Secretary of Transportation Gordon Moore – Co-founder, Intel Corporation Julia Morgan – Architect Hardy Nickerson – NFL Pro Bowl linebacker Sadako Ogata – U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees

Left to right: Natalie Coughlin, Tony Gonzalez, Margaret Rhea Seddon, Jeff Kent, Alice Waters, Chris Pine

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Gregory Peck – Actor, Academy Award winner, “To Kill a Mockingbird” Chris Pine - Actor, “Star Trek” Kenneth Pitzer – Chemist, president, Stanford University Robert Raven – President, American Bar Association Helen Wills Moody Roark – Winner of eight Wimbledon championships Glenn Seaborg – Nuclear physicist, Nobel Prize winner, cofounder of Element 106 Margaret Rhea Seddon – Astronaut Michael Silver – Yahoo! Sports sportswriter William G. Simon – Director, FBI Samuel Smith – President, Washington State University Robert Gordon Sproul – President, University of California Leigh Steinberg – Lawyer, sports agent Michelle Tafoya – Sportscaster, Monday Night Football sideline reporter George Takei - Actor, Mr. Sulu on “Star Trek” Roger Traynor – Chief Justice, Supreme Court of California Eugene Trefethen Jr. – President, Kaiser Industries Rex Walheim – Space Shuttle astronaut Earl Warren – Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court Alice Waters – Chef, Helen Wills Moody Roark restaurateur, “Chez Panisse” Jann Wenner – Cofounder, “Rolling Stone” magazine Lionel Wilson – First African American mayor of Oakland Pete Wilson – Governor of California Dean Witter – Founder, Dean Witter Financial Services Steve Wozniak - Cofounder, Apple Computer, Inc. James D. Zellerbach – U.S. Ambassador to Italy


2010 CAL FOOTBALL

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QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location Founded Enrollment Chancellor Athletic Director Colors Conference Nickname Website Mascot

Berkeley, CA 94720 1868 35,843 Dr. Robert J. Birgeneau Sandy Barbour Blue (282) and Gold (123) Pacific-10 Golden Bears CalBears.com Oski

STADIUM INFORMATION 209 Memorial Stadium, Berkeley, CA 94720 510-642-3851 Stadium Memorial Stadium Capacity 71,799 Surface Sportexe Memorial Stadium Press Box 510-642-3098/510-643-8244

MEDIA RELATIONS 349 Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, CA 94720 510-642-5363 Associate Director/Lead Football Contact Kyle McRae Phone: 510-219-9340 Email: mcrae@berkeley.edu Assistant Director/Secondary Football Contact Anton Malko Phone: 510-501-9555 Email: amalko@berkeley.edu Assistant AD/Media Relations/Football Credentials Herb Benenson Phone: 510-334-0791 Email: benenson@berkeley.edu

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Records (Pac-10 Finish) 8-5, 5-4 Pac-10 (5th-T) 2009 Bowl Poinsettia vs. Utah (L, 27-37) Final Ranking None Bowl Streaks 7 Straight Appearances, 1 Loss Starters Returning/Lost 19/10 Offense: 8/4; Defense: 7/6; Specialists: 4/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost 52/21 Offense: 25/11; Defense: 23/10; Specialists: 5/0 Offensive System Multiple Defensive System 3-4

2009 RESULTS Date Opponent (TV) Result Sept. 5 Maryland (ESPN2) W, 52-13 Sept. 12 Eastern Washington (CSNCA) W, 59-7 Sept. 19 at Minnesota (ESPN) W, 35-21 Sept. 26 *at Oregon (ABC) L, 3-42 Oct. 3 *USC (ABC) L, 3-30 Oct. 17 *at UCLA (ABC) W, 45-26 Oct. 24 *^Washington State W, 49-17 Oct. 31 *at Arizona State (ABC) W, 23-21 Nov. 7 *Oregon State (AFN/CSNBA/FSN) L, 14-31 Nov. 14 *Arizona (Versus) W, 24-16 Nov. 21 *at Stanford (Versus) W, 34-28 Dec. 5 *at Washington (CSNCA/FSNNW) L, 10-42 Dec. 23 #Utah (ESPN) L, 27-37 Pac-10 Game; ^Homecoming; #Poinsettia Bowl, San Diego, CA (Qualcomm Stadium)

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COACHING STAFF Head Coach Alma Mater Cal Record Overall Record

Jeff Tedford Fresno State, 1983 67-35 (9th Season) 67-35 (9th Season)

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Andy Ludwig (2nd Season) Defensive Coordinator Clancy Pendergast (1st Season) Wide Receivers Kevin Daft (7th Season) Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends Jeff Genyk (1st Season) Associate Head Coach/Running Backs Ron Gould (14th Season) Defensive Line Tosh Lupoi (5th Season) Offensive Line Steve Marshall (2nd Season) Defensive Backs Al Simmons (6th Season) Recruiting Coordinator/Linebackers Kenwick Thompson (4th Season)

SUPPORT STAFF Director of Football Operations Mike McHugh (8th Season) Strength and Conditioning Coach John Krasinski (9th Season) Director of Player Career Development Mike Andersen (4th Season) Administrative Assistant, Defense Ronnie Bradford (1st Season) Assistant Video Coordinator Ernie Chu (3rd Season) Administrative Assistant, Offense Brendan Ferrigno (4th Season) Video Coordinator Matt Fox (9th Season) Head Equipment Manager Ed Garland (6th Season) Administrative Assistant Denis Hallin (7th Season) Assistant Football Athletic Trainer Matt Havranek (3rd Season) Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Development Chidi Iwuoma (1st Season) Graduate Assistant, Defense Taggart McCurdy (4th Season) Football Athletic Trainer Wes McGaugh (3rd Season) Recruiting Assistant Andrew McGraw (11th Season) Equipment Manager Dave Moosman (10th Season) Recruiting Assistant Kevin Parker (9th Season) Director of Student-Athlete Development Keiko Price (1st Season) Administrative Assistant, Offense Akili Smith (1st Season) Football Operations Bud Turner (41st Season) Assistant Equipment Manager Randy Venters (3rd Season)

2010 SCHEDULE Date Opponent (TV) Time Sept. 4 UC Davis (CSNCA) 1:00 p.m. Sept. 11 Colorado (FSN) 12:30 p.m. Sept. 17 at Nevada (ESPN2) 7:00 p.m. Sept. 25 at Arizona (TBA) TBA Oct. 9 *^UCLA (TBA) TBA Oct. 16 *at USC (FSN) 12:30 p.m. Oct. 23 *Arizona State (TBA) TBA Oct. 30 *at Oregon State (TBA) TBA Nov. 6 *at Washington State (TBA) TBA Nov. 13 *Oregon (TBA) TBA Nov. 20 *Stanford (FSN) 12:30 p.m. Nov. 27 *Washington (TBA) TBA *Pac-10 Game; ^Homecoming

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Note Teams have not played since 1939 (Cal 8-0) Cal won Kapp's debut in last meeting (1982) Cal has won 12 straight; first game at Nevada Cal defeated nationally-ranked Wildcats in 2009 Cal has won five straight in Berkeley USC has won six straight since Cal win in 2003 Cal has won six of seven to take series lead OSU has won four of last five overall, but Cal has won two of last three in Corvallis Cal has won five in a row Cal has won last three in Berkeley, including rainfest in most recent meeting in 2008 Cal is 7-1 in Big Game under Jeff Tedford Last game in current Memorial Stadium


PERSONNEL SUMMARY STARTERS RETURNING (19) OFFENSE (8)

Name Justin Cheadle Chris Guarnero Marvin Jones Anthony Miller Kevin Riley Jeremy Ross Mitchell Schwartz Matt Summers-Gavin

Pos OL OL WR TE QB WR OL OL

Notes Started all 13 games at RG, team's Most Improved OL in 2009 Started all 13 games at C, All-Pac-10 honorable mention in 2009 Led Cal in all key receiving categories in 2009 (44-659-6) 2009 honorable mention All-Pac-10; 26 receptions, 357 yards 15-8 career record as starter; 2,850 passing yards in 2009 Third on team with 860 all-purpose yards in 2009 26 starts in last two years; 2009 honorable mention All-Pac-10 Team was 7-1 in games he started in 2009

Name Sean Cattouse Derrick Hill Josh Hill D.J. Holt Cameron Jordan Mychal Kendricks Mike Mohamed

Pos S NG DB LB DE LB LB

Notes 2009 honorable mention All-Pac-10; started last six games 37 career games played (18 starts) Most experienced corner; 2 INT, 1 FF, 1 FR in 2009 37 tackles in 2009 with Cal 7-1 in his eight starts National honors candidate; 2-time honorable mention All-Pac-10 Second on team with 71 tackles in 2009 2010 national honors candidate and preseason All-American; first-team All-Pac-10 and led league in tackles in 2009 with 112

Name Bryan Anger Vincenzo D'Amato Matt Rios Giorgio Tavecchio

Pos P PK LS PK

Notes 2010 national honors candidate and preseason All-American; first- team All-Pac-10 in 2009 Shared PK duties in 2009; 7-12 FG, 31-31 PAT, 47 long at Oregon Primary long snapper in 2009 Shared duties in 2009; 8-12 FG, 14-14 PAT, 51 long at ASU

LOST (10)

OFFENSE (4)

TB Jahvid Best, FB Brian Holley, OL Mike Tepper, WR Verran Tucker

DEFENSE (6) DL Tyson Alualu, LB Devin Bishop, DB Marcus Ezeff, DB Brett Johnson, DB Syd’Quan Thompson, LB Eddie Young

SPECIALISTS (0)

DEFENSE (7)

SPECIALISTS (4)

LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (52) OFFENSE (25)

WR Michael Calvin, OL Justin Cheadle, TB Covaughn DeBoskie-Johnson, OL Donovan Edwards, OL Richard Fisher, OL Dominic Galas, TE Garry Graffort, OL Chris Guarnero, WR Marvin Jones, FB Will Kapp, TE Spencer Ladner, WR Alex Lagemann, QB Brock Mansion, TE Anthony Miller, QB Kevin Riley, WR Jeremy Ross, OL Mitchell Schwartz, OL Bryan Schwenke, TB Isi Sofele, TE Jarrett Sparks, FB Eric Stevens, OL Matt Summers-Gavin, QB Beau Sweeney, FB John Tyndall, TB Shane Vereen

DEFENSE (22) DB Mark Anthony, LB Keith Browner, DB D.J. Campbell, DB Sean Cattouse, DB Chris Conte, DL Michael Costanzo, DL Trevor Guyton, DB Darian Hagan, DL Derrick Hill, DB Josh Hill, LB D.J. Holt, LB J.P. Hurrell, DL Cameron Jordan, LB Mychal Kendricks, LB Jerome Meadows, LB Mike Mohamed, LB C.J. Moncrease, DB Bryant Nnabuife, DL Ernest Owusu, DL Kendrick Payne, LB Jarred Price, DL Aaron Tipoti

SPECIALISTS (5) P Bryan Anger, PK Vincenzo D'Amato, LS Matt Rios, PK/P David Seawright, PK Giorgio Tavecchio

LOST (21)

OFFENSE (11) TB Jahvid Best, WR Nyan Boateng, OL Mark Boskovich, TE Skylar Curran, FB Brian Holley, OL Justin Prueitt, WR Charles Satchell, TE Tad Smith, OL Chet Teofilo, OL Mike Tepper, WR Verran Tucker

DEFENSE (10) DL Tyson Alualu, DB Charles Amadi, LB Devin Bishop, DB Jesse Brooks, DB Marcus Ezeff, DB Brett Johnson, LB Charles Johnson, LB Chris Little, DB Syd’Quan Thompson, LB Eddie Young

SPECIALISTS (0)

RETURNING REDSHIRTS (19) OFFENSE (8) WR Jackson Bouza, OL Mark Brazinski, QB Allan Bridgford, FB Nico Dumont, WR Spencer Hagan, OL Ed Johnston, OL Charles Siddoway, TB Dasarte Yarnway

DEFENSE (9) LB Dan Camporeale, DL Austin Clark, DL Deandre Coleman, LB Ryan Davis, LB Steven Fanua, DL Keni Kaufusi, DB Alex Logan, DB Vachel Samuels, DB Steve Williams

SPECIALISTS (2) LS Brandon Madueno, LS/LB Clark Porter

RETURNING SQUAD (12) OFFENSE (10) TE Solomona Aigamaua, WR Ian Albrecht, WR Ross Bostock, OL Sam DeMartinis, TE Savai'i Eselu, OL Justin Gates, TB Langston Jackson, OL Tyler Rigsbee, WR Quinn Tedford, QB Ryan Wertenberger

DEFENSE (2) DB Tyré Ellison, LB Robert Mullins

SPECIALISTS (0)

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MEDIA INFORMATION WELCOME TO CAL FOOTBALL The 2010 University of California Information Guide is produced to provide information on the Golden Bears for anyone interested in finding out more about the program. Media covering Cal football should review this section in detail to learn more about Cal’s policies and services. Additional media information can be found online at CalBears.com/media. Please contact a member of the Cal Athletics Media Relations staff if you have any questions or concerns.

CAL MEDIA RELATIONS FOOTBALL CONTACTS KYLE McRAE

Associate Media Relations Director Lead Football Contact Phone: (510) 219-9340 Email: mcrae@berkeley.edu

ANTON MALKO

Assistant Media Relations Director Secondary Football Contact Phone: (510) 501-9555 Email: amalko@berkeley.edu

HERB BENENSON

Assistant AD for Media Relations Gameday Credentials & Parking Phone: (510) 334-0791 Email: benenson@berkeley.edu

MEDIA PARKING Parking at Cal is always at a premium and visitors are encouraged to use public transportation. The Downtown Berkeley BART station is located two blocks west of campus, in close proximity to Haas Pavilion, Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field, the Hellman Tennis Courts and Spieker Aquatics Complex. Hourly guest parking is available in both the MLK Student Union and RSF garages along Bancroft Way adjacent to Haas Pavilion. For media covering Cal football during the week (non-gamedays), a limited number of spaces are available in the East Rim Lot next to Memorial Stadium. Contact a Media Relations staff member to obtain a permit. Football gameday parking is located in the Underhill Garage. Entrances are off either Channing Way or Haste Street, just west of College Avenue. The lot is about three blocks from Memorial Stadium. Media can either take the short walk to the media gate (Gate 6) or use a media-only shuttle that begins running two hours before game time. A media shuttle is also available postgame from Memorial Stadium to the Underhill Garage. Parking passes cannot be left at will call on gamedays and must be picked up or mailed in advance. Television crews should order parking passes for their crews by sending in the Special Event Parking Arrangements form found on the university’s website (berkeley.edu) in advance. Request the Underhill Garage for football games and the MLK Student Union Garage for Haas Pavilion events. Note that the campus parking office does not accept credit cards – only cash or check.

INTERVIEWING JEFF TEDFORD The best time to reach head coach Jeff Tedford is Monday-Wednesday from 12:00 – 1 p.m. Please give at least 24 hours of notice for all interview requests. Contact Kyle McRae at (510) 219-9340 or mcrae@berkeley.edu to make arrangements. Coach Tedford is also normally available each day to media at the conclusion of practice on the field. Prior arrangements are requested.

MEDIA WILL CALL The Media Will Call booth is located at Gate 6 on the south side of Memorial Stadium. It will open six hours before kickoff and remains open through the conclusion of the first quarter. Identification is required to pick up credentials or tickets. Parking passes cannot be left at will call.

MEMORIAL STADIUM DIRECTIONS Memorial Stadium is located along Piedmont Avenue on campus in Berkeley. From San Francisco Airport, take Highway 101 north to Interstate 80 and cross the Bay Bridge. Once over the bay, take Highway 24 toward Walnut Creek. Exit at Claremont Avenue and turn left. Turn left onto College Avenue (third light). Turn right onto Channing Way, then left onto Prospect Street, which will lead to the south end of the stadium. From Oakland Airport, take Interstate 880 north, then Highway 24 east toward Walnut Creek and follow directions above. More detailed information can be found on the campus map at visitors.berkeley.edu.

PHOTO REQUESTS CREDENTIAL REQUESTS Please direct all requests/questions for media, photo and parking credentials for 2010 Cal football home games to Herb Benenson (benenson@ berkeley.edu, 510-642-0515) through Football Media Relations at 349 Haas Pavilion, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720. All requests for season credentials should be submitted by Friday, Aug. 13. Only media who cover the Bears on a regular basis will be considered for season credentials. A lost season credential will result in that member of the media being moved to the single-game list. All single-game requests should be made in writing at least one week prior to the game for which the credential is requested. No credential requests will be considered after 5 p.m. Thursday of game week. Requests for media covering a visiting team should be made through the opposing school’s Sports Information Director. Credentials will be held in the Media Will Call booth located near Gate 6 at Memorial Stadium the day of the game unless other arrangements are made.

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Request photos through the Cal Athletics Media Relations office. Fans can also purchase images of all 27 teams by visiting goldenbearsports.com.

PHOTOGRAPHERS Field photographers must wear a photo vest at all times, in addition to a photo credential. Photo credentials must be picked up on the day of the game at Media Will Call (Gate 6). Photo vests can be picked up on the west side of the playing field near Section EE. NCAA rules limit shooting to outside the restraining line enclosing the playing field and outside the 25-yard lines (the team area).

PHOTOGRAPHER WORK AREA A photographer work area has been established at field level in Tunnel F of Memorial Stadium (west side at approximately the 20-yard line on the north end of the field). Wireless internet, pregame meals, game programs, flip cards and other relevant media materials are all available in the photographer work area.


PLAYER/COACH INTERVIEWS

PRACTICE MEDIA COVERAGE

All player and coach interviews, either in person, by phone or via email, must be coordinated through Kyle McRae in the Cal Athletics Media Relations Office (510-219-9340, mcrae@ berkeley.edu), preferably with a 24-hour advance notice. During the season, brief interviews can be conducted on the field immediately after practice on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Only coaches are also available for interviews following Thursday's workout, while players and coaches are also available following each game (see details below). Players are generally unavailable for interviews on Sundays, Thursdays and Fridays, while coaches are generally unavailable for interviews on Fridays. Requests for interviews outside normal interview times may be made via special arrangement.

Cal is scheduled to practice Monday-Friday during the 2010 football season. Unless otherwise notified, practices are open to the media for only the first 20 and last 10 minutes of each session Monday-Thursday, with Friday's walkthru typically closed to all media other than broadcast televsion. Only limited portions of Cal’s practices (usually parts of the first 20 minutes). All camera personnel should contact a member of the Cal Athletics Media Relations office in advance and prior to beginning to film. The only media allowed on the field during practice are media personnel with video or still cameras under the direction and supervision of a member of media relations.

POSTGAME INTERVIEWS Cal postgame interviews are conducted in the Travers Club Room, with access on the mezzanine level of Memorial Stadium near Section AA. Following a 10-minute cooling off period, head coach Jeff Tedford will answer questions first, followed by requested players. The visiting team locker room is located at the south end of the stadium, next to stairway 18 (sections J-JJ). Formal visiting team head coach and player interviews will be conducted in the tunnel area below the locker room adjacent to the field and will be coordinated through the visiting team's media relations staff.

POSTGAME MEDIA WORK AREA Media may work in the press box following games, but are encouraged to use the Travers Club Room (behind Section AA) for filing purposes. The Club Room is an enclosed area with desk space and telephones. Final statistical game books, as well as postgame notes, quotes and other relevant media materials will be available in the Travers Club Room.

PROFESSIONAL SCOUTS Professional teams wanting to scout games in Memorial Stadium may purchase game tickets through the Cal Athletics Media Relations Office.

TELEPHONE LINES Telephone lines at Cal Athletics events must be ordered online at rts.berkeley.edu/sports. Make sure to designate the venue and location of your line, as well as inform a member of the Cal Athletics Media Relations Office staff. The campus telecommunications office requires orders to be placed at least six days in advance.

TUESDAY PRESS CONFERENCES Each Tuesday during the football season, Cal head coach Jeff Tedford will be available to the media during a weekly press conference. More details will be available at a later date regarding the location and time of the press conference.

VIDEO FEEDS Video highlights of Cal football games are available throughout the season via the Pacific-10 Conference satellite feed. For more information, contact the Pac-10 office at (925) 932-4411.

VISITING RADIO PHONE LINES One MB line and one ISDN line, along with two dry lines in the visitor’s locker room, are available for complimentary use by visiting radio.

WIRELESS ACCESS Contact a member of the Cal Media Relations office on gameday to obtain a username and password. A local wireless network is also available in the photo tunnel at field level.

CAL ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF

SCOTT BALL Assistant Media Relations Director

HERB BENENSON Assistant AD for Media Relations

ANTON MALKO Assistant Media Relations Director

DEAN CAPARAZ Assistant Media Relations Director

KYLE McRAE Associate Media Relations Director

MELISSA DUDEK Assistant Media Relations Director

TIM MIGUEL Assistant Media Relations Director

JOHN DUNBAR Senior Publications Director

EVAN KERR Publications Coordinator

ANNA OLESON-WHEELER JEREMY WU Assistant Media Assistant Media Relations Director Relations Director

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MEDIA OUTLETS PRINT/INTERNET Associated Press, San Francisco Web: ap.org Beat: Josh Dubow Phone: (415) 495-1708 Email: jdubow@ap.org

ESPN.com, Pac-10 Blog (Internet) Web: myespn.go.com/blogs/pac10 Writer: Ted Miller Phone: (206) 920-9339 Email: roswell.miller@cox.net

Bay Area News Group Contra Costa Times/ Oakland Tribune Web: cctimes.com, insidebayarea.com Deputy Sports Editor: Mike Lefkow Phone: (925) 943-8149 Email: mlefkow@cctimes.com Beat: Jonathan Okanes Phone: (925) 260-2697 Email: jokanes@yahoo.com

Examiner.com (Internet) Web: examiner.com Beat: Jake Curtis Phone: 415-298-6849 Email: jakecurtis53@gmail.com

Bay Area News Group San Jose Mercury News Web: mercurynews.com Exec. Sports Editor: Bud Geracie Phone: (408) 920-5830 Email: bgeracie@mercurynews.com College Sports Writer: Jon Wilner Phone: (408) 674-4722 Email: jwilner@mercurynews.com Bear Insider (Internet) Web: bearinsider.com Publisher: Chris Avery Phone: (510) 339-7399 Email: cavery@bearinsider.com Writer: Michael Duca Phone: (510) 384-2758 Email: mduca@bearinsider.com Writer: Jim McGill Phone: (925) 297-7132 Email: jmcgill@bearinsider.com Writer: Ted Lee Phone: (925) 917-1524 Email: tlee@bearinsider.com Bear Territory (Internet) Affiliated with Rivals/Yahoo! Web: bearterritory.net Publisher: Ryan Gorcey Phone: 805-217-2043 Email: rgorcey@gmail.com CalSportsDigest (Internet) Affiliated with Scout/FoxSports Web: calsportsdigest.com Publisher: Mario Gomez Beat: Ken Clampett Email: CalSportsDigest@gmail.com Daily Cal (Student) Web: dailycal.org Phone: (510) 548-8300 ext. 425 Sports Editor: Gabriel Baumgaertner Email: gabrielbaum@dailycal.org Beat: Jack Wang Email: jackwang88@dailycal.org

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Marin Independent Journal Web: marinij.com Sports Editor: Dave Allen Email: dallen@marinij.com Phone: (415) 382-7298 Modesto Bee Web: modbee.com Sports Editor: Mike Dunbar Phone: (209) 578-2300 Email: sports@modbee.com Napa Valley Register Web: napavalleyregister.com Exec. Sports Editor: Marty James Phone: (707) 256-2223 Email: mjames@napanews.com Sacramento Bee Web: sacbee.com/sports Sports Editor: Bill Bradley Phone: (916) 321-1224 Email: bbradley@sacbee.com San Francisco Chronicle Web: sfgate.com Sports Editor: Al Saracevic Phone: (415) 777-7201 Email: asaracevic@sfchronicle.com Beat: John Crumpacker Phone: 510-676-9102 Email: jcrumpacker@sfchronicle.com San Francisco Examiner Web: sfexaminer.com Sports Editor: Dylan Kruse Phone: (415) 359-2637 Email: dkruse@sfexaminer.com Columnist: Glenn Dickey Phone: (510) 593-3287 Email: glenndickey@hotmail.com Columnist: Art Spander Phone: (510) 643-4496 Email: typoes@aol.com The Press Democrat Web: pressdemocrat.com Dep. Sports Editor: Bill Pinella Phone: (707) 526-8500 Email: bill.pinella@pressdemocrat.com The Record Web: recordnet.com Sports Editor: Bob Highfill Phone: (209) 546-8282 Email: bhighfill@recordnet.com

TELEVISION Comcast SportsNet Bay Area/California Web: csnbayarea.com Phone: (415) 296-8900 or (415) 615-4799 Sports Anchor: Damon Andrews Email: dandrews@comcastsportsnet.com Sports Anchor: Mindi Bach Email: mbach@comcastsportsnet.com Sports Anchor: Dave Benz Email: dbenz@comcastsportsnet.com Sports Anchor: Greg Papa Email: gpapa@comcastsportsnet.com KGO-TV (ABC, Channel 7) Web: abc7news.com Sports Anchor: Larry Beil Phone: (415) 954-7505 Email: larry.beil@abc.com Sports Anchor: Mike Shumann Phone: (415) 954-7508 Email: mikeshumann@abc.com KNTV-TV (NBC, Channel 11) Web: nbcbayarea.com Sports Director: Raj Mathai Phone: (408) 432-4765 Email: raj.mathai@nbc.com Sports Anchor: Laura Behnke Phone: (408) 432-4730 Email: laura.behnke@nbcuni.com Sports Anchor: Laurence Scott Phone: (408) 432-4473 Email: laurence.scott@nbcuni.com KPIX-TV (CBS, Channel 5) Web: cbs5.com Sports Director: Dennis O’Donnell Phone: (415) 760-0178 Email: djodonnell@kpix.cbs.com Sports Anchor: Kim Coyle Phone: (415) 760-0916 Email: kcoyle@kpix.cbs.com KRON-TV (Ind., Channel 4) Web: kron.com Sports Director: Gary Radnich Phone: (415) 561-8984 Email: jason@kron4.com Sports Anchor: Vernon Glenn Phone: (415) 561-8993 Email: vern@kron.com KTVU-TV (FOX, Channel 2) Web: ktvu.com Sports Director: Mark Ibanez Phone: (510) 874-0252 Email: mark.ibanez@ktvu.com Sports Anchor: Joe Fonzi Phone: (510) 874-0523 Email: joe.fonzi@ktvu.com Sports Editor: Fred Inglis Phone: (510) 874-0252 Email: fred.inglis@ktvu.com

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RADIO KGO Radio (810 AM) – Flagship Web: kgo.com Sports Anchor: Rich Walcoff Phone: (415) 847-2000 Email: richwalcoff@gmail.com Sports Anchor: Kevin Radich Phone: (415) 954-8142 Email: Kevin.Radich@sitcomm.com KALX Radio (90.7 FM) – Student Web: kalx.berkeley.edu Phone: (510) 642-1111 KCBS Radio (740 AM) Web: kcbs.com Phone: (415) 765-4062/4113 Sports Anchor: Hal Ramey Email: ramey@kcbs.com Sports Anchor: Steve Bitker Email: bitker@kcbs.com Sports Anchor: Dave Lewis Email: dlewsports@comcast.net Sports Anchor: Joe Salvatore Email: radiojo@yahoo.com Sports Anchor: Anthony Passarelli Email: apassare@cisco.com KNBR Radio (680 AM/1050 AM) Web: knbr.com Phone, KNBR 680: (415) 995-6808 Phone, KNBR 1050: (415) 864-1050 Host: Ralph Barbieri Email: razorandmrt@knbr.com Host: Rod Brooks Email: fitzandbrooks@knbr.com Host: Damon Bruce Email: damonbruceshow@knbr1050.com Host: Bob Fitzgerald Email: fitzandbrooks@knbr.com Host: Paul McCaffrey Email: murphandmac@knbr.com Host: Brian Murphy Email: murphandmac@knbr.com Host: Gary Radnich Email: gary@knbr.com Host: F.P. Santangelo Email: sportsphone68@knbr.com Host: Tom Tolbert Email: razorandmrt@knbr.com Host: Mychael Urban Email: urban@knbr.com

BROADCAST ISP Sports/Cal Radio Network Web: ispsports.com Phone: (510) 643-4825 Play-by-Play: Joe Starkey Phone: (415) 298-4078 Email: starkeyjk@yahoo.com Play-by-Play: Troy Taylor Phone: (916) 208-6328 Email: troytaylor@fcusd.k12.ca.us Sideline Reporter: Todd McKim Phone: (707) 239-2445 Email: tmckim@ispsports.com


TELEVISION/RADIO THE FLAGSHIP STATION The University of California and San Francisco’s KGO AM 810 continue to enjoy the longest running broadcast relationship in the Bay Area. Entering its 37th season as the home of Cal football in 2010, KGO, the 50,000-watt, ABCowned radio station, serves as the flagship of the Cal ISP Radio Network. KGO has been carrying California football since the 1974 season. In 2010, the University of California and KGO reached an agreement for a three-year contract that will keep the Bears on 810 AM through at least the 2012 campaign. The marriage of KGO and Cal football is the longest standing radio association in the Pacific-10 Conference and one of the longest in all of college athletics.

IN THE BOOTH Joe Starkey, the legendary voice of the Bears, is in his 36th season with the Cal football broadcast team in 2010. Cal's play-by-play man is perhaps best known for his legendary call of “The Play.” The famous five-lateral kickoff return for a touchdown against Joe Starkey Stanford in 1982 is part of college football lore with Starkey’s emotional “the band is on the field” part of gridiron vernacular. Starkey has had an array of NFL and NHL positions during his career, including a 20-year stint with the San Francisco 49ers he fulfilled in conjunction with his Cal duties from 1979-2008. He is joined in the booth by former Cal quarterback Troy Taylor, now in his sixth season as the Golden Bears' color analyst. Taylor, who played at Cal from 1986-89, still holds school records for career passing yards (8,126) and total offense (8,236), completing Troy Taylor 58 percent of his passes with 51 career touchdown tosses. He was a member of the Cal coaching staff from 1996-99, working with the Bears’ receivers, tight ends and quarterbacks. Also in his sixth season on the broadcast team is sideline reporter Todd McKim, who also serves as host of the weekly Cal Sports Report television show, and new for 2010 the weekly Cal coaches radio show. Before joining Cal, McKim was a long-time Todd McKim media member as a television anchor and sports director in Eugene, and was the 2000 Oregon broadcaster of the year.

PRE AND POST

CSN CALIFORNIA

Each broadcast begins with a pre-game show that begins 60 minutes prior to kickoff (30 minutes earlier than in 2009). The postgame show will include reaction from the Bears’ locker room followed by Postgame at the Paragon with Lee Grosscup and Kate Scott, which is broadcast from the Paragon Restaurant located inside the Claremont Hotel Club & Spa.

The University of California, Cal ISP Sports Network and Comcast Sports Net California are in the first year of a new three-year agreement in 2010-11 that makes CSN California the local home of Cal Athletics. The weekly Cal Sports Report and a minimum live event will air annually on CSN California.

RADIO AFFILIATES The Cal ISP Radio Network blankets most of the state of California with affiliates from San Diego to Sacramento, leaving very few areas of the state out of range of network. The lineup of networks include... KGO................810 AM................. San Francisco KCBQ............ 1170 AM........................San Diego KESP...............970 AM...........................Modesto KGIL..............1260 AM.....................Los Angeles XPRZ.............1210 AM........................San Diego KTKZ.............1380 AM..................... Sacramento

XM SATELLITE RADIO Fans can tune in to Cal football games on XM Satellite Radio, a corporate partner of the Pacific-10 Conference. Visit CalBears.com for detailed broadcast information.

CAL SPORTS REPORT The Cal Sports Report is a weekly television show aired on Comcast SportsNet California. Host Todd McKim will produce feature stories on Cal student-athletes and coaches, take a look at upcoming events, recap the previous week’s action and introduce California fans to other stories and events unique to Cal. Each new edition of the show will air originally on Wednesdays and be repeated several times each week throughout the football and basketball seasons. Visit CalBears.com for detailed broadcast information.

CAL COACHES RADIO SHOW

Todd McKim interviews Shane Vereen after Cal's Big Game win at Stanford in 2009.

A new Cal coaches radio show will take to the air every Monday from September through March. The one-hour program will air Mondays from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. on KNEW (910 AM), beginning August 30 and continuing through the Monday following the end of men's basketball season. Todd McKim will host the show live from a location to be determined in Berkeley. Head coach Jeff Tedford will be interviewed live regularly throughout the football season, while men's basketball coach Mike Montgomery and women's hoops coach Joanne Boyle will be interviewed during their seasons. Additional guests will include other Cal coaches and student-athletes, as well as regular appearances by Director of Athletics Sandy Barbour.

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO 58 94 90 32 85 21 19 2 45 35 60 81 82 68 16 24 47 11 7 93 6 11 61 57 4 91 5 17 55 78 16 22 33 71 30 2 53 31 99 42 73 33 65 52 70 89 54 92 26 87 76 23 7 3 34 25 59 1 97 22

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NAME POS HT Chris Adcock OL 6-3 Ted Agu DL 6-2 Solomona Aigamaua TE 6-3 David Aknin FB 6-0 Ian Albrecht WR 6-0 Keenan Allen WR/DB 6-3 Bryan Anger P 6-4 Marc Anthony DB 6-0 Jed Barnett PK/P 6-2 Mitchel Bartolo TB 5-8 Tom Berry OL 6-5 Ross Bostock WR 6-2 Jackson Bouza WR 6-0 Mark Brazinski OL 6-2 Allan Bridgford QB 6-3 Trajuan Briggs TB 5-11 Keith Browner LB 6-6 Michael Calvin WR 6-2 D.J. Campbell DB 6-0 Dan Camporeale LB 6-3 Tevin Carter WR 6-3 Sean Cattouse DB 6-2 Justin Cheadle OL 6-2 Austin Clark DL 6-0 Kaelin Clay WR 5-9 Deandre Coleman DL 6-6 Michael Coley DB 6-2 Chris Conte DB 6-3 Michael Costanzo DL 6-2 Alejandro Crosthwaite OL 6-3 Vincenzo D’Amato PK 6-1 Ryan Davis LB 6-4 Covaughn DeBoskie-Johnson TB 5-11 Sam DeMartinis OL 6-5 Nico Dumont FB 6-0 Coleman Edmond WR 6-1 Donovan Edwards OL 6-3 Tyré Ellison DB 6-2 Savai’i Eselu TE 6-3 Steven Fanua LB 6-1 Richard Fisher OL 6-2 Nick Forbes LB 6-1 Dominic Galas OL 6-1 Justin Gates OL 6-3 Geoffrey Gibson OL 6-4 Garry Graffort TE 6-3 Chris Guarnero OL 6-2 Trevor Guyton DL 6-3 Darian Hagan DB 6-0 Spencer Hagan WR 6-4 Derrick Hill DL 6-2 Josh Hill DB 5-11 Austin Hinder QB 6-4 D.J. Holt LB 6-1 J.P. Hurrell LB 6-0 Langston Jackson TB 6-1 Ed Johnston OL 6-2 Marvin Jones WR 6-2 Cameron Jordan DL 6-4 Will Kapp FB 5-10

WT 290 242 245 235 204 195 207 196 212 180 290 190 192 280 201 215 250 204 206 238 190 216 290 280 175 306 207 212 278 280 201 250 207 285 225 208 280 192 242 216 275 225 280 285 325 242 270 285 178 203 308 195 185 250 220 238 275 200 283 227

YR FR FR JR JR JR FR JR SO FR FR JR SO RFR RFR RFR FR SR JR JR RFR FR JR JR RFR FR RFR FR SR SR FR SO JR SO JR RFR JR SR SO JR RFR SR FR SO JR FR SR SR JR SR RFR SR SO FR JR SO SO RFR JR SR JR

EXP HS HS SQ JC SQ HS 2V 1V HS HS JC SQ RS RS RS HS 2V 2V 2V RS HS 2V 2V RS HS RS HS 3V 2V HS 1V RS 1V SQ RS JC 2V SQ SQ RS 2V HS 1V SQ HS 1V 2V 2V 3V RS 3V 1V HS 2V 1V SQ RS 2V 3V 2V

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOLS) Rowlett, TX (Dallas Christian HS) Bakersfield, CA (Frontier HS) Honolulu, HI (St. Louis HS) San Carlos, CA (College of San Mateo/Carlmont HS) Sonoma, CA (Sonoma HS) Greensboro, NC (Northern Guilford HS) Camarillo, CA (Camarillo HS) Chandler, AZ (Chandler HS) Camas, WA (Union HS/Mountain View HS) San Diego, CA (Westview HS) Escondido, CA (Palomar CC/Murrieta Valley HS) Sebastopol, CA (Analy HS) Lafayette, CA (De La Salle HS) Basking Ridge, NJ (Immaculata HS) Mission Viejo, CA (Mission Viejo HS) Pacoima, CA (Birmingham HS) Los Angeles, CA (Dorsey HS) San Lorenzo, CA (San Lorenzo HS) North Las Vegas, NV (Cheyenne HS) Lafayette, CA (Acalanes HS) Los Angeles, CA (Santee HS) Chicago, IL (Hubbard HS) Bakersfield, CA (Bakersfield HS) Tampa, FL (Plant HS) Long Beach, CA (Poly HS) Seattle, WA (Garfield HS) Hyattsville, MD (DeMatha Catholic HS) Los Angeles, CA (Loyola HS) Danville, CA (Monte Vista HS) Rosarito Beach, Mexico (Cathedral Catholic HS) Lake Forest, CA (El Toro HS) Los Angeles, CA (Cerritos College/Artesia HS) Chandler, AZ (Hamilton HS) Sun Valley, CA (Notre Dame HS) Novato, CA (Marin Catholic HS) Kingston, NY (Pierce College/Kingston HS) Richmond, CA (Diablo Valley College/Pinole Valley HS) San Francisco, CA (Burton HS) Waipahu, HI (Moanalua HS) Milpitas, CA (Milpitas HS) Ben Lomond, CA (Scotts Valley HS) Frederick, MD (Governor Thomas Johnson HS) Modesto, CA (Central Catholic HS) Reno, NV (Galena HS) Las Vegas, NV (Bishop Gorman HS) Concord, CA (Ygnacio Valley HS) Westminster, CO (Mullen HS) Woodinville, WA (Redmond HS) Los Angeles, CA (Crenshaw HS) Sacramento, CA (Captial Christian HS) Oakland, CA (McClymonds HS) Houston, TX (Klein Forest HS) Steamboat Springs, CO (Steamboat Springs HS) Santa Clarita, CA (Crespi Carmelite HS) San Mateo, CA (Junipero Serra HS) Simi Valley, CA (Simi Valley HS) Fairfield, CA (Armijo HS) Fontana, CA (Etiwanda HS) Chandler, AZ (Chandler HS) Los Gatos, CA (Los Gatos HS)

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NUMERICAL ROSTER NO NAME

POS

1 Marvin Jones

WR

1 Steve Williams

DB

2 Marc Anthony

DB

2 Coleman Edmond

WR

3 D.J. Holt

3 Jeremy Ross

WR

4 Kaelin Clay

WR

5 Michael Coley

DB

5 Alex Lagemann

WR

6 Alex Logan

DB

6 Tevin Carter

WR

7 D.J. Campbell

DB

7 Austin Hinder

QB

8 C.J. Moncrease

DB

8 Terrance Montgomery

WR

LB

9 Beau Sweeney

QB

10 Brock Mansion

QB

11 Michael Calvin

WR

11 Sean Cattouse

DB

13 Jarred Price

LB

13 Kevin Riley

QB

14 Lucas King

LB

14 Ryan Wertenberger

QB

15 Bryant Nnabuife

DB

16 Allan Bridgford

QB

16 Vincenzo D’Amato

PK

17 Chris Conte

DB

17 Quinn Tedford

WR

18 Mike Mohamed

LB

19 Bryan Anger

P

19 Jarrett Sparks

TE

20 Isaac Lapite

DB

20 Isi Sofele 21 Keenan Allen

TB WR/DB

22 Ryan Davis

LB

22 Will Kapp

FB

23 Josh Hill

DB

23 Dasarte Yarnway

TB

24 Trajuan Briggs

TB

24 Vachel Samuels

DB

25 Langston Jackson

TB

26 Darian Hagan

DB

28 Tyler York

DB

29 Adrian Lee

DB

30 Nico Dumont

FB

30 Mychal Kendricks

LB

31 Tyré Ellison

DB

31 John Tyndall

FB

32 David Aknin

FB

33 Covaughn DeBoskie-Johnson TB 33 Nick Forbes

LB

34 J.P. Hurrell

LB

34 Shane Vereen

TB

35 Mitchel Bartolo

TB

37 Robert Mullins 39 Clark Porter 40 Giorgio Tavecchio

LB LS/LB PK


NO 56 30 99 14 51 88 45 5 20 29 6 86 10 41 80 18 8 8 37 15 95 96 39 13 77 13 50 3 24 72 57 46 76 20 19 48 75 9 40 17 40 72 31 34 84 14 44 1 23 28

NAME POS HT WT YR EXP HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOLS) Keni Kaufusi DL 6-2 280 RFR RS Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood HS) Mychal Kendricks LB 6-0 241 JR 2V Fresno, CA (Hoover HS) Gabe King DL 6-5 265 FR HS Burlington, NC (South Eugene HS/Aiken HS) Lucas King LB 6-4 227 FR HS Berkeley, CA (Berkeley HS) Kameron Krebs LB 6-1 225 SO TR Sunset Beach, HI (Oregon State/Mission Viejo HS/Kahuku HS) Kaulin Krebs WR 6-1 191 SO TR Sunset Beach, HI (Oregon State/Kahuku HS) Spencer Ladner TE 6-7 245 SO 1V Kansas City, MO (Pembroke Hill HS) Alex Lagemann WR 6-2 210 JR 1V Saratoga, CA (Saratoga HS) Isaac Lapite DB 5-10 190 FR HS Eugene, OR (Sheldon HS/South Eugene HS) Adrian Lee DB 6-0 190 FR HS Dallas, TX (Skyline HS) Alex Logan DB 6-2 200 RFR RS Denver, CO (Mullen HS) Brandon Madueno LS 6-2 227 RFR RS West Covina, CA (Damien HS) Brock Mansion QB 6-5 232 JR 2V Dallas, TX (Episcopal School of Dallas) Jerome Meadows LB 6-3 228 SR 1V Spartanburg, SC (San Jose CC/Broome HS) Anthony Miller TE 6-3 261 JR 2V San Jose, CA (Archbishop Mitty HS) Mike Mohamed LB 6-3 245 SR 3V Brawley, CA (Brawley HS) C.J. Moncrease DB 6-2 212 JR 1V Richmond, CA (Laney College/El Cerrito HS) Terrance Montgomery WR 5-11 180 FR HS Los Angeles, CA (West Adams Prep) Robert Mullins LB 6-1 225 SO SQ Los Angeles, CA (Dorsey HS) Bryant Nnabuife DB 6-1 191 SR 2V Houston, TX (Blinn College/Elkins HS) Ernest Owusu DL 6-4 267 JR 2V Nashville, TN (The Hun School of Princeton/Father Ryan HS) Kendrick Payne DL 6-2 299 SO 1V Houston, TX (Klein Forest HS) Clark Porter LS/LB 6-3 230 JR RS Pacific Palisades, CA (Harvard-Westlake School) Jarred Price LB 5-11 213 SR 1V Dallas, TX (Blinn College/Madison HS) Tyler Rigsbee OL 6-4 275 SO SQ Chico, CA (Pleasant Valley HS) Kevin Riley QB 6-2 224 SR 3V Portland, OR (Beaverton HS) Matt Rios LS 6-1 230 SO 1V Phoenix, AZ (North Canyon HS) Jeremy Ross WR 5-11 213 SR 2V Sacramento, CA (Laguna Creek HS) Vachel Samuels DB 6-0 188 RFR RS Compton, CA (Lynwood HS) Mitchell Schwartz OL 6-5 310 JR 2V Pacific Palisades, CA (Palisades Charter HS) Brian Schwenke OL 6-2 285 SO 1V Oceanside, CA (Oceanside HS) David Seawright PK/P 6-3 215 JR 2V San Diego, CA (Rancho Bernardo HS) Charles Siddoway OL 6-4 290 RFR RS Eugene, OR (Sheldon HS) Isi Sofele TB 5-7 186 SO 1V Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood HS) Jarrett Sparks TE 6-2 230 SO 1V Merced, CA (Merced HS) Eric Stevens FB 6-0 235 SO 1V San Pedro, CA (Peninsula HS) Matt Summers-Gavin OL 6-3 280 SO 1V San Francisco, CA (St. Ignatius HS) Beau Sweeney QB 6-2 217 SO 1V Fresno, CA (Clovis West HS) Giorgio Tavecchio PK 5-8 173 JR 2V Moraga, CA (Campolindo HS) Quinn Tedford WR 6-0 172 SO SQ Danville, CA (Monte Vista HS) Aaron Tipoti DL 6-2 299 SO 1V Honolulu, HI (Word of Life Academy) Bill Tyndall OL 6-5 285 SO JC Pacific Grove, CA (Monterey Peninsula CC/Pacific Grove HS) John Tyndall FB 6-3 230 JR 2V Pacific Grove, CA (Pacific Grove HS) Shane Vereen TB 5-10 204 JR 2V Valencia, CA (Valencia HS) Jacob Wark TE 6-5 240 FR HS Portland, OR (Jesuit HS) Ryan Wertenberger QB 6-2 222 SO SQ Mission Viejo, CA (Laguna Hills HS) David Wilkerson LB 6-3 235 FR HS Danville, CA (Monte Vista HS) Steve Williams DB 5-10 174 RFR RS Dallas, TX (Skyline HS) Dasarte Yarnway TB 6-0 223 RFR RS San Francisco, CA (Sacred Heart Cathedral HS) Tyler York DB 5-11 196 FR HS Reno, NV (McQueen HS)

COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH: Jeff Tedford, 9th Season (Fresno State, 1983) DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR: Clancy Pendergast, 1st Season (Arizona, 1990) OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR: Andy Ludwig, 2nd Season (Portland State, 1988) SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR/TIGHT ENDS: Jeff Genyk, 1st Season (Bowling Green State, 1982) WIDE RECEIVERS: Kevin Daft, 7th Season (UC Davis, 1999) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH/RUNNING BACKS: Ron Gould, 14th Season (Oregon, 1988) DEFENSIVE LINE: Tosh Lupoi, 5th Season (Cal, 2005) OFFENSIVE LINE: Steve Marshall, 2nd Season (Louisville, 1979) DEFENSIVE BACKS: Al Simmons, 6th Season (Cal State Hayward, 1987) RECRUITING COORDINATOR/LINEBACKERS: Kenwick Thompson, 4th Season (Harding, 1991)

NO NAME

POS

40 Aaron Tipoti

DL

41 Jerome Meadows

LB

42 Steven Fanua

LB

44 David Wilkerson 45 Jed Barnett

LB PK/P

45 Spencer Ladner

TE

46 David Seawright

PK/P

47 Keith Browner

LB

48 Eric Stevens

FB

50 Matt Rios

LS

51 Kameron Krebs

LB

52 Justin Gates

OL

53 Donovan Edwards

OL

54 Chris Guarnero

OL

55 Michael Costanzo

DL

56 Keni Kaufusi

DL

57 Austin Clark

DL

57 Brian Schwenke

OL

58 Chris Adcock

OL

59 Ed Johnston

OL

60 Tom Berry

OL

61 Justin Cheadle

OL

65 Dominic Galas

OL

68 Mark Brazinski

OL

70 Geoffrey Gibson

OL

71 Sam DeMartinis

OL

72 Mitchell Schwartz

OL

72 Bill Tyndall

OL

73 Richard Fisher

OL

75 Matt Summers-Gavin

OL

76 Derrick Hill

DL

76 Charles Siddoway

OL

77 Tyler Rigsbee

OL

78 Alejandro Crosthwaite

OL

80 Anthony Miller

TE

81 Ross Bostock

WR

82 Jackson Bouza

WR

84 Jacob Wark

TE

85 Ian Albrecht

WR

86 Brandon Madueno

LS

87 Spencer Hagan

WR

88 Kaulin Krebs

WR

89 Garry Graffort

TE

90 Solomona Aigamaua

TE

91 Deandre Coleman

DL

92 Trevor Guyton

DL

93 Dan Camporeale

LB

94 Ted Agu

DL

95 Ernest Owusu

DL

96 Kendrick Payne

DL

97 Cameron Jordan

DL

99 Savai’i Eselu

TE

99 Gabe King

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1 Marvin Jones (6-2, 200, Jr.) 11 Michael Calvin (6-2, 204, Jr.)

DEFENSE

54 Chris Guarnero (6-2, 270, Sr.) 65 Dominic Galas (6-1, 280, So.)

DE NG DE OLB

61 Justin Cheadle (6-2, 290, Jr.) 73 Richard Fisher (6-2, 275, Sr.)

ILB

3 D.J. Holt (6-1, 250, Jr.) 30 Mychal Kendricks (6-0, 241, Jr.) 18 Mike Mohamed (6-3, 245, Sr.) 42 Steven Fanua (6-1, 216, RFr.)

75 Matt Summers-Gavin (6-3, 280, So.) 53 Donovan Edwards (6-3, 280, Sr.) 57 Brian Schwenke (6-2, 285, So.) 65 Dominic Galas (6-1, 280, So.)

92 Trevor Guyton (6-3, 280, Jr.) 91 Deandre Coleman (6-6, 306, RFr.) 76 Derrick Hill (6-2, 308, Sr.) 96 Kendrick Payne (6-2, 299, So.) 97 Cameron Jordan (6-4, 283, Sr.) 95 Ernest Owusu (6-4, 267, Jr.) 30 Mychal Kendricks (6-0, 241, Jr.) 41 Jerome Meadows (6-3, 228, Sr.)

RG RT TE

72 Mitchell Schwartz (6-5, 310, Jr.) 71 Sam DeMartinis (6-5, 285, Jr.)

ILB

80 Anthony Miller (6-3, 261, Jr.) 45 Spencer Ladner (6-7, 245, So.)

OLB 47 Keith Browner (6-6, 250, Sr.) 13 Jarred Price (5-11, 213, Sr.)

WR

5 Alex Lagemann (6-2, 210, Jr.) 3 Jeremy Ross (5-11, 213, Sr.)

QB

13 Kevin Riley (6-2, 224, Sr.) 9 Beau Sweeney (6-2, 217, So.)

FB

22 Will Kapp (5-10, 227, Jr.) 48 Eric Stevens (6-0, 235, So.)

TB

34 Shane Vereen (5-10, 204, Jr.) 33 Covaughn DeBoskie-Johnson (5-11, 207, So.)

CB S

26 Darian Hagan (6-0, 178, Sr.) 23 Josh Hill (5-11, 195, So.)

S CB

17 Chris Conte (6-3, 212, Sr.) 8 C.J. Moncrease (6-2, 212, Jr.)

11 Sean Cattouse (6-2, 216, Jr.) 7 D.J. Campbell (6-0, 206, Jr.)

15 Bryant Nnabuife (6-1, 191, Sr.) 2 Marc Anthony (6-0, 196, So.)

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19 Bryan Anger (6-4, 207, Jr.)

PK 40 Giorgio Tavecchio (5-8, 173, Jr.) - OR - 16 Vincenzo D’Amato (6-1, 201, So.) KO 40 Giorgio Tavecchio (5-8, 173, Jr.) - OR - 16 Vincenzo D’Amato (6-1, 201, So.) LS 50 Matt Rios (6-1, 230, So.) HLD 10 Brock Mansion (6-5, 232, Jr.)

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PRONUNCIATION GUIDE NO 90 45 81 82 68 24 93 11 61 4 17 55 16 33 71 30 31 99 42 65 89 54 92 34 56 88 5 20 86 10 15 95 24 57 20 9 40 40 34 14 23

NAME PRONUNCIATION PLAYERS SOLOMONA AIGAMAUA..................... .....SAU-ih-mona eye-ING-ah-MOE-ah Mitchel BARTOLO........... bar-TOW-low Ross BOSTOCK................bah-STOCK Jackson BOUZA..................BOOZE-uh Mark BRAZINKSI..............bruh-ZIN-ski TRAJUAN Briggs..................tray-JUAN Dan CAMPOREALE......CAMPO-rel-ee Sean CATTOUSE................ cah-TOOS Justin CHEADLE..................CHEE-dull KAELIN Clay.......................... KAY-lynn Chris CONTE......................... CON-tee Michael COSTANZO....... cuh-STAN-zo VINCENZO D'AMATO.......................... ................ vin-CHEN-zo duh-MAHT-oh COVAUGHN DeBOSKIE-Johnson....... .....................COE-von duh-BOSS-key Sam DeMARTINIS.....DEE-mar-teen-is NICO DUMONT................... DOO-mont TYRÉ Ellison............................ tie-REE Savai'i ESELU...................................... ......................sah-VAH-ee ih-SELL-ew Steven FANUA..................fuh-NOO-uh Dominic GALAS........................ gal-US Garry GRAFFORT.............. GRAPH-ort Chris GUARNERO..........guar-NERR-o Trevor GUYTON......................GUY-ton J.P. HURRELL.........................HUH-rell KENI KAUFUSI..... kenny ka-FOO-see KAULIN Krebs............................... colin Alex LAGEMANN.......... LAH-gah-minn Isaac LAPITE......................LA-pee-tay Brandon MADUENO......muh-DWAYNE-o Brock MANSION...................MAN-shin Bryant NNABUIFE........... nuh-BOO-fee Ernest OWUSU............... oh-WOO-sue VACHEL Samuels..................VAH-chel Brian SCHWENKE...........SHWANK-ee ISI SOFELE............. EE-see so-fell-AY BEAU Sweeney................................ bo Giorgio TAVECCHIO............................ ..................................... tuh-VECK-ee-o Aaron TIPOTI......................tee-PO-tee Shane VEREEN.................. vuh-REEN Ryan WERTENGERGER..................... .................................. WERE-tin-berger DASARTE Yarnway..........duh-SAR-tay COACHES Jeff GENYK............................ jenn-ICK Tosh LUPOI.............................loo-POY


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Preseason All-American Mike Mohamed has racked up the honors prior to the 2010 campaign.

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hen Cal takes the field for the first time in 2010, the Golden Bears will do so as one of the most accomplished Pac-10 teams of the last eight years. Cal's 67 victories (an average of 8.4 wins per season) are the second-most by a Pac-10 team during that period. The Bears have a current school-record-tying string of eight consecutive winning seasons, making head coach Jeff Tedford one of only eight FBS coaches with an active run of at least that length. Cal has also won five bowl games, made seven bowl appearances and won seven Big Games over Stanford during Tedford’s tenure – all at least equaling school records for a Cal coach. The goal for Cal is to turn all the success of the last eight years into a Rose Bowl trip by winning the Pac-10 title in a competitive conference that fielded seven bowl teams a year ago. “Our goal is to win a Pac-10 title,” said Tedford, in his ninth season at Cal and the longest-tenured among Pac-10 head coaches. The 2010 Bears have 19 players returning that started at least five games a year ago with three of those – Bryan Anger (Jr., P), Anthony Miller (Jr., TE) and Mike Mohamed (Sr., LB) – earning 2010 preseason AllAmerican honors. The trio is joined by 10 teammates – Sean Cattouse (Jr., DB), Chris Guarnero (Sr., OL), Derrick Hill (Sr., DL), Marvin Jones (Jr., WR), Cameron Jordan (Sr., DL), Mychal Kendricks (Jr., LB), Jeremy Ross (Sr., WR/RET), Mitchell Schwartz (Jr., OL), Matt SummersGavin (So., OL) and Shane Vereen (Jr., TB) – that have notched preseason All-Pac-10 honors. Add in an experienced senior quarterback in Kevin Riley that has won 15 of his 23 career starts and the pieces look to be in place for Cal to once again be a strong competitor for the conference crown in 2010. “We have a strong group of core players that have experience and talent,” said Tedford. “I’m excited to get the 2010 season started.” Another reason to be optimistic for both 2010 and beyond is the recruiting class the Bears signed last February that ranked as high as No. 11 nationally by Rivals. “We feel like we addressed a lot of our needs,” said Tedford. “The class has a good balance of offense and defense, size, athleticism and speed. We’re looking forward to several members of this

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group coming in and competing to make contributions right away.” Players on the 2010 roster will have the opportunity to play for one of the top coaching staffs in the nation, a group that has combined for 130 seasons of coaching experience at the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision level and added another 23 campaigns in the NFL. “We have a fantastic group of coaches who will educate the young men in our program both in football and life,” said Tedford. “We have always had a tremendous coaching staff that cares about our players on and off the field.” Defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast and special teams coordinator/tight ends coach Jeff Genyk are the two newest members of the staff that also includes second-year offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig, who had Cal’s offense ranked in the top half of the Pac-10 in nearly every offensive

category in 2009. Kevin Daft (wide receivers), Ron Gould (associate head coach/running backs), Tosh Lupoi (defensive line), Steve Marshall (offensive line), Al Simmons (defensive backs) and Kenwick Thompson (recruiting coordinator/linebackers) also return to the full-time coaching staff from last year. Pendergast has been an NFL defensive coordinator the past six seasons and was in that role for the Arizona Cardinals when the team reached Super Bowl XLIII following the 2008 season. “Clancy has been a defensive coordinator on football’s biggest stage and has already been a tremendous asset to our football program before he has even coached a game at Cal,” said Tedford. “He did a tremendous job this past spring installing our defense. Our players adapted quickly to the aggressive schemes he and his defensive staff

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will work with them to employ.” Tedford is also excited to add the services of the versatile Genyk, a former head coach at Eastern Michigan who has a resume that encompasses 18 seasons as a collegiate coach. “Jeff is a well-rounded coach that has proven he has all the qualities we are looking for in members of our coaching staff,” said Tedford. “I am excited to see what our special teams unit will do this season. Our guys made vast improvements under his leadership in the spring.” Cal will be faced with the challenge of replacing 10 starters from last year’s club, including first-round NFL Draft picks in defensive lineman Tyson Alualu (Jacksonville Jaguars, 10th overall) and tailback Jahvid Best (Detroit Lions, 30th overall). Alualu, along with defensive back Syd’Quan Thompson (Denver Broncos) and offensive lineman Mike Tepper (Dallas Cowboys) were first-team All-Pac-10 players in 2009. Best began last year’s campaign as a legitimate Heisman Trophy candidate and still earned second-team AllPac-10 honors despite missing the final four games of the season due to injury. The 2010 campaign marks Cal’s final season in the current configuration of Memorial Stadium, which has already begun undergoing renovations that will move the Bears’ 2011 home schedule to AT&T Park in San Francisco before Cal returns to Berkeley in 2012. Cal has seven games on its 2010 home slate beginning with a seasonopening visit from UC Davis on Sept. 4 for a game that will be televised by Comcast SportsNet California. Other home opponents include Colorado (Sept. 11, Fox Sports Net), UCLA (Oct. 9) and Arizona State (Oct. 23), before the Bears conclude the 2010 regular season with three consecutive Pac-10 home contests against Oregon (Nov. 13), Stanford (Nov. 20, Fox Sports Net) and Washington (Nov. 27). The Bears’ first 2010 road game will be at Nevada on Sept. 17 for a nationally-televised Friday night ESPN2 tilt. Cal will also play at Arizona to start its Pac-10 slate on Sept. 25, as well as at USC (Oct. 16, Fox Sports Net), Oregon State (Nov. 30) and Washington State (Nov. 6). Additional television broadcast dates are expected to be announced at a later date. The following is a position-by-position look at the Bears heading into the 2010 campaign.


games (2, 9th) and 250-yard passing games (6, 10th), and on the verge of moving into the school's top 10 on several other lists. Sweeney moved into the team’s No. 2 quarterback role in 2009 after opening the season in the third spot on the depth chart. He appeared in his first three collegiate games, completing 5-of-9 passes for 45 yards Mansion, who doubles as the team’s holder, threw only one incomplete pass in 2009 after seeing spot duty the previous season when he was 3-of-6 for 26 yards in late-game situations. Kevin Riley

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5 Mitchell Bartolo (5-8, 180, FR, HS) 3 24 Trajuan Briggs (5-11, 215, FR, HS) 33 Covaughn DeBoskie-Johnson (5-11, 207, SO, 1V) 25 Langston Jackson (6-1, 238, SO, 1V) 20 Isi Sofele (5-7, 186, SO, 1V) 34 Shane Vereen (5-10, 204, JR, 2V) 23 Dasarte Yarnway (6-0, 223, RFR, RS)

OFFENSE Cal returns eight starters on offense, including four linemen, from a group that ranked in the upper half of the Pac-10 in nearly every statistical category a year ago under veteran offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Andy Ludwig in his first year at Cal. The Bears were as high as tied for second in the league with a school record for fewest turnovers (17), as well third in rushing offense (169.5 ypg) and first downs (264), fourth in total offense (392.2 ypg) and scoring offense (29.1 ppg), and fifth in pass offense (222.7) and third-down conversions (36.2%). In addition to the four offensive linemen, the Bears return a quarterback in senior Kevin Riley who has a 15-8 record in 23 career starts and threw for 2,850 yards a year ago, as well as their top rusher and receiver in juniors Shane Vereen (952 yards, 12 TD) and Marvin Jones (43 receptions, 651 yards, 6 TD). “We have an experienced group of offensive players both on the line and at the skill positions that we are counting on to perform at a high-level this season,” said Tedford.

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Beau Sweeney yards to rank fourth on the Bears’ all-time single-season list. He completed 209-of-382 passes with 18 touchdowns to tie for 10th on the school's single-season list, while being picked off eight times. Riley is the Pac10’s active career leader in wins (15) and touchdown passes (37), while equaling the 28 games played by Washington’s Jake Locker and ranking second to Locker’s 28 starts. Riley is already among Cal’s all-time leaders in touchdown passes (8th), 300-yard passing

2 David Aknin (6-0, 235, JR, JC) 3 30 Nico Dumont (6-0, 225, RFR, RS) 22 Will Kapp (5-10, 227, JR, 2V) 48 Eric Stevens (6-0, 235, SO, 1V) 31 John Tyndall (6-3, 230, JR, 2V) Cal has employed a two-tailback rotation in recent years and it has worked well. Over the last seven seasons that the Bears have had at least two rushers with more than 600 yards, the list looks like a who’s who of all-time greats with tailbacks that include J.J. Arrington, Jahvid Best, Adimchinobe Echemandu, Justin Forsett, Marshawn Lynch and Shane Vereen. The last two seasons it has been Best and Vereen.

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6 Allan Bridgford (6-3, 201, RFR, RS) 1 7 Austin Hinder (6-4, 185, FR, HS) 10 Brock Mansion (6-5, 232, JR, 2V) 13 Kevin Riley (6-2, 224, SR, 3V) 9 Beau Sweeney (6-2, 217, SO, 1V) 14 Ryan Wertenberger (6-2, 222, SO, SQ) There will be competition for the starting quarterback role once again just as the Bears have had for the last couple of seasons. “We will have competition for the starting quarterback job in 2010,” confirmed Tedford. “Kevin Riley has a bit of an edge at the start of training camp because of the amount of game experience he has, but we have other quarterbacks that will challenge him for the starting spot. It’s a good situation to know that we have more than one player capable of doing the job.” Riley started all 13 games in 2009 and quietly posted impressive totals, passing for 2,850

Shane Vereen

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2010 OUTLOOK (continued) With Best having moved on to the National Football League when he was selected in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft last April, Vereen is now the team’s top running back. He returns for a third season in 2010 after compiling combined totals of 1,667 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns on the ground over the last two years while serving primarily as the second option behind Best. When an injury forced Best to miss the final four games of 2009, Vereen stepped in and responded with three 100-yard efforts while totaling 566 rushing yards and six touchdowns on the ground over the period, including his memorable Big Game performance in a win at Stanford when he rushed 42 times for 193 yards and three touchdowns. “Shane Vereen is one of the top running backs in the nation,” said Tedford. “But, it’s also important to emphasize the importance of having depth in the backfield, and we have several players that will compete for the spot of our second featured back to spell Shane. We have had a lot of success employing the two-tailback system in the past and plan to continue to do so.” Although no one has separated himself from a strong group as the frontrunner to join Vereen, there is no shortage of candidates and the competition to become his running partner will be stiff. Covaughn DeBoskie-Johnson’s 211 rushing yards were third on the team behind Vereen (952) and Best (867) last season, and he heads into training camp competing along with several others, including Trajuan Briggs, Isi Sofele and Dasarte Yarnway to become Vereen’s running mate in 2010. There will be competition to replace Brian Holley as the starting fullback to fulfill a position that primarily acts as a lead blocker for the tailback. Will Kapp, Eric Stevens and John Tyndall all have game experience at the position. “Our fullback plays a key role on our team, primarily in terms of blocking,” said Tedford. “We feel we have several candidates that can fill the role.”

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Alex Lagemann and Michael Calvin are the only other returning wide receivers with collegiate catches. “We are excited about the emergence of Marvin Jones,” said Tedford. “We also feel like we have a couple of other solid veterans to play alongside him, but there are several newcomers that we expect will complete to play immediately.” The team’s five incoming freshman newcomers include five-star recruit Keenan Allen, who scored an amazing 53 touchdowns as a high school senior, as well as Tevin Carter, Kaelin Clay, Coleman Edmond and Terrance Montgomery.

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Marvin Jones

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5 Ian Albrecht (6-0, 204, JR, SQ) 8 21 Keenan Allen (6-3, 195, FR, HS) 81 Ross Bostock (6-2, 190, SO, SQ) 82 Jackson Bouza (6-0, 192, RFR, RS) 11 Michael Calvin (6-2, 204, JR, 2V) 6 Tevin Carter (6-3, 190, FR, HS) 4 Kaelin Clay (5-9, 175, FR, HS) 2 Coleman Edmond (6-1, 208, JR, JC) 87 Spencer Hagan (6-4, 203, RFR, RS) 1 Marvin Jones (6-2, 200, JR, 2V) 88 Kaulin Krebs (6-1, 191, SO, TR) 5 Alex Lagemann (6-2, 210, JR, 1V) 8 Terrance Montgomery (5-11, 180, FR, HS) 3 Jeremy Ross (5-11, 213, SR, 2V) 17 Quinn Tedford (6-0, 172, SO, SQ) Marvin Jones has established himself as the Bears’ top receiver after a solid season in 2009 when he led the Bears with 43 receptions for 651 yards and six touchdowns, but even Jones is not a household name in college football as all of his numbers fell short of the list of Pac-10 leaders in 2009. Most of the team’s 214 completions and 2,895 passing yards that ranked fifth in the Pac-10 a year ago were spread out among six different pass catchers that had more than 20 receptions and 200 receiving yards each. Jeremy Ross is the only other returning wide receiver among the group of six that reached the totals, as did returning tight end Anthony Miller and returning tailback Shane Vereen. Ross caught 22 balls for 344 yards and one score.

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0 Solomona Aigamaua (6-3, 245, JR, SQ) 9 99 Savai’i Eselu (6-3, 242, JR, SQ) 89 Garry Graffort (6-3, 242, SR, 1V) 45 Spencer Ladner (6-7, 245, SO, 1V) 80 Anthony Miller (6-3, 261, JR, 2V) 19 Jarrett Sparks (6-2, 230, SO, 1V) 84 Jacob Wark (6-5, 240, FR, HS) Anthony Miller took control of the starting tight end job in 2009 and is looking for an even bigger breakout year this season. Boasting a prototypical NFL physique, Miller has begun to catch the nation’s eye as evidenced by the 2010 preseason honorable mention All-American honor he received from College Football Insiders and the first-team AllPac-10 selections bestowed upon him by Lindy’s and Sporting News. After catching only one pass for two yards as a true freshman in 2008 – albeit an important game-winning score in the waning moments of a 24-17 Emerald Bowl victory over Miami – Miller erupted in 2009 with 26 receptions for 357 yards to rank third on the team in both categories despite missing a pair of games due to injury. “Anthony Miller had an excellent season last year and a lot more people should learn a whole lot more about him in 2010 if he plays the way we expect him to,” said Tedford.

Anthony Miller


Spencer Ladner Spencer Ladner and Jarrett Sparks also have game experience at the position with Ladner having played in seven games last season and Sparks participating in all 13 games, contributing three catches for 45 yards.

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8 Chris Adcock (6-3, 290, FR, HS) 5 60 Tom Berry (6-5, 290, JR, JC) 68 Mark Brazinski (6-2, 280, RFR, RS) 61 Justin Cheadle (6-2, 290, JR, 2V) 78 Alejandro Crosthwaite (6-3, 280, FR, HS) 71 Sam DeMartinis (6-5, 285, JR, SQ) 53 Donovan Edwards (6-3, 280, SR, 2V) 73 Richard Fisher (6-2, 275, SR, 2V) 65 Dominic Galas (6-1, 280, SO, 1V) 52 Justin Gates (6-3, 285, JR, SQ) 70 Geoffrey Gibson (6-4, 325, FR, HS) 54 Chris Guarnero (6-2, 270, SR, 2V) 59 Ed Johnston (6-2, 275, RFR, RS) 77 Tyler Rigsbee (6-4, 275, SO, SQ) 72 Mitchell Schwartz (6-5, 310, JR, 2V) 57 Brian Schwenke (6-2, 285, SO, 1V) 76 Charles Siddoway (6-4, 290, RFR, RS) 75 Matt Summers-Gavin (6-3, 280, SO, 1V) 72 Bill Tyndall (6-5, 285, SO, JC) The Bears have four returning starters coming back in 2010 that combined to fill 47 of 65 possible starting offensive line assignments last year. Justin Cheadle (right guard), Chris Guarnero (center) and Mitchell Schwartz (right tackle) each started all 13 games at their respective positions, while Matt Summers-Gavin made eight starts at left guard, with the Bears winning seven of those contests. The names in the starting lineup are expected to be familiar this season but their positions could change as the Bears try to fill a void created by the departure of 2009 starting left tackle and first-team All-Pac-10 selection Mike Tepper, who signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Dallas Cowboys. Summers-Gavin put in the most time at the key left tackle spot last spring but Schwartz, who has started all 26 games possible over the past two

Justin Cheadle seasons and captured the team’s Most Valuable Offensive Lineman award last year over Tepper, can also play the position and started the team’s final 10 games there in 2008. Guarnero is expected to return to his role as the club’s starting center but also has the flexibility to play guard, while Dominic Galas and Donovan Edwards are both capable snappers. Brian Schwenke, one of three players to see action as a true freshman in 2009, should also see plenty of action.

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Matt Summers-Gavin Richard Fisher and Sam DeMartinis are expected to be a major part of the team's plans as well. “We have a lot of talent, experience and versatility on the offensive line,” said Tedford. “One of the primary factors in having success at this position is forming a group of people that can play together as a cohesive unit, and we feel that we have established that.”

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2010 OUTLOOK (continued) DEFENSE Cal plans to remain a 3-4 team in 2010 but with a decidedly different look under first-year defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast, who will work with his defense to employ an aggressive approach designed to put tremendous pressure on opposing offenses. Pendergast has spent the last six seasons as a defensive coordinator in the NFL and two years ago called the shots for an Arizona Cardinals defense that’s stellar play helped the club to its first Super Bowl appearance. “Fans will see an aggressive Cal defense that puts a lot of pressure on opponents in 2010,” said Tedford. “Our players will have ample opportunities to show their athleticism and talent in the schemes that we will employ.” Pendergast’s charge is to revive a Bears defensive unit that had posted some of the Pac10’s best defensive numbers for several seasons, including second in points allowed during the first seven years of head coach Jeff Tedford’s tenure, before sliding in most categories in 2009 when the team’s scoring defense (25.5 ppg) and total defense (378.8 ypg) were seventh, and its pass defense ninth (266.8 ypg). Pendergast will have a preseason All-American to lead the unit back to prominence in 2010 in firstteam All-Pac-10 selection Mike Mohamed, who led the conference with 112 tackles a year ago.

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4 Ted Agu (6-2, 242, FR, HS) 9 57 Austin Clark (6-0, 280, RFR, RS) 91 Deandre Coleman (6-6, 306, RFR, RS) 55 Michael Costanzo (6-2, 278, SR, 2V) 92 Trevor Guyton (6-3, 285, SO, 1V) 76 Derrick Hill (6-2, 308, SR, 3V) 97 Cameron Jordan (6-4, 283, SR, 3V) 56 Keni Kaufusi (6-2, 280, RFR, RS) 99 Gabe King (6-5, 265, FR, HS) 95 Ernest Owusu (6-4, 267, JR, 2V) 96 Kendrick Payne (6-2, 299, SO, 1V) 40 Aaron Tipoti (6-2, 299, SO, 1V) The defensive line was a strength of the 2009 team and is expected to be once again, despite the loss of first-team All-Pac-10 choice Tyson Alualu to the NFL. Alualu had been the team’s top defensive lineman for the past three seasons and his departure creates an opportunity for Cameron Jordan to fill the void and showcase his exceptional athleticism and talents in his final collegiate season. Sporting News called Jordan “The Next Big Thing” for Cal in their preview of the 2010 Bears, while Lindy’s named him the Pac-10 No. 8 NFL talent. Jordan has been strong playing on the opposite end of the line from Alualu for the past three years, earning honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors for each of the past two seasons and playing in 38 of 39 possible games with 20 starts, but in 2010 he is expected to take over the leadership of the team’s defensive line. Jordan leads all active Cal players with career totals of 21.5 tackles for loss and 11.0 sacks, to go along with 113 tackles including a career-high 48 in 2009 when he also posted a career-best 6.0 sacks. His numbers in 2008 were comparable when over 12 games played and seven starts he had 47 tackles, a career-high 11.0 tackles for loss and 4.0 sacks.

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“Although we lost Tyson Alualu to the NFL, we still have excellent talent and tremendous experience on the defensive line,” said Tedford. “Cameron Jordan has an opportunity to emerge as one of the best defensive players in the conference, and we have several other defensive ends and nose guards looking to accompany him and make up a solid unit.” Derrick Hill, Kendrick Payne and Aaron Tipoti all have experience as the team’s starting nose guard to line up next to Jordan, as all three were effective while split starting duties in 2009. Hill is the veteran, playing in 37 games with 18 starts and recording 76 tackles over the past four seasons that includes three games as a true freshman in 2006 before his redshirt season was cut short by an injury. Hill played in 10 games and started eight last year, posting 18 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks. Tipoti started four games in 2009 and contributed 21 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss, while Payne started twice and registered 13 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss, 1.0 sack, one fumble recovery and one pass breakup. Both Tipoti and Payne played in 12 of 13 contests. Trevor Guyton, Deandre Coleman and Ernest Owusu have game experience at defensive end and will compete for playing time along with Keni Kaufusi and newcomer Gabe King. Kaufusi was Cal's Scout Team Player of the Year on defense in 2009, while King has been ranked as high as the nation’s No. 5 incoming defensive end by Rivals.

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7 Keith Browner (6-6, 250, SR, 2V) 4 93 Dan Camporeale (6-3, 238, RFR, RS) 22 Ryan Davis (6-4, 250, JR, RS) 42 Steven Fanua (6-1, 216, RFR, RS) 33 Nick Forbes (6-1, 225, FR, HS) 3 D.J. Holt (6-1, 250, JR, 2V) 34 J.P. Hurrell (6-0, 220, SO, 1V) 30 Mychal Kendricks (6-0, 241, JR, 2V) 14 Lucas King (6-4, 227, FR, HS) 51 Kameron Krebs (6-1, 225, SO, TR) 41 Jerome Meadows (6-3, 228, SR, 1V) 18 Mike Mohamed (6-3, 245, SR, 3V) 37 Robert Mullins (6-1, 225, SO, SQ) 39 Clark Porter (6-3, 230, JR, RS) 13 Jarred Price (5-11, 213, SR, 1V) 44 David Wilkerson (6-3, 235, FR, HS) Mike Mohamed has been recognized as one of the top linebackers in the nation prior to the 2010 season as evidenced by the multitude of preseason All-American teams he has been named to and the number of high-profile award watch lists he is on. But other than the presence of Cal’s active career leading tackler in the starting unit, one of the most interest training camp battles for playing time could be at linebacker. The Bears also have a pair of part-time starters back from a year ago in D.J. Holt (37 tackles) and Mychal Kendricks (71 tackles), who ranked a distant second to Mohamed’s Pac-10 leading 112 tackles in 2009. Both players have previous experience starting on both the inside and outside. Keith Browner and Jarred Price are expected to see action at outside linebacker as well. “We have traditionally had outstanding play from our linebackers and we expect 2010 to be no different,” said Tedford. “Mike Mohamed is one of


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the nation’s best at his position and a tremendous leader. His experience and that of a couple of other veterans should help bring along a strong group of young players that should have the opportunity to contribute right away in their collegiate careers.”

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1 Keenan Allen (6-3, 195, FR, HS) 2 2 Marc Anthony (6-0, 196, SO, 1V) 7 D.J. Campbell (6-0, 206, JR, 2V) 11 Sean Cattouse (6-2, 216, JR, 2V) 5 Michael Coley (6-2, 207, FR, HS) 17 Chris Conte (6-3, 212, SR, 3V) 31 Tyré Ellison (6-2, 192, SO, SQ) 26 Darian Hagan (6-0, 178, SR, 3V) 23 Josh Hill (5-11, 195, SO, 1V) 20 Isaac Lapite (5-10, 190, FR, HS) 29 Adrian Lee (6-0, 190, FR, HS) 6 Alex Logan (6-2, 200, RFR, RS) 8 C.J. Moncrease (6-2, 212, JR, 1V) 15 Bryant Nnabuife (6-1, 191, SR, 2V) 24 Vachel Samuels (6-0, 188, RFR, RS) 1 Steve Williams (5-10, 174, RFR, RS) 28 Tyler York (5-11, 196, FR, HS)

Kendrick Payne

There will be familiar faces missing from the Cal secondary in 2010. Gone is cornerback Syd’Quan Thompson. Gone are safeties Brett Johnson and Marcus Ezeff. Gone are the 99 games of starting experience the trio combined for during their Cal careers, including 68 in the past two seasons. Thompson was drafted in the seventh round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos after a Cal career that included a pair of first-team All-Pac-10 selections, as well as school records in games played and started (52), and pass breakups (36). Despite the departure of the trio, there will also be familiar faces returning to the Cal secondary. Sean Cattouse started the team’s final six contests at safety last year, replacing Ezeff as the starter for the final five regular-season games and Johnson at the Poinsettia Bowl. Cattouse is a first-team 2010 preseason All-Pac-10 choice according to both Lindy’s and Sporting News after earning honorable mention All-Pac-10 recognition following a 2009 campaign in which he totaled 37

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2010 OUTLOOK (continued) tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss, an interception and three pass breakups. The other safety is expected to be Chris Conte, who began his career by earning Freshman AllAmerica honors in his first year on the Cal campus in 2007 but has been shuffled back-and-forth between safety and cornerback primarily in a reserve role since. Josh Hill (5), Darian Hagan (4) and Bryant Nnabuife (4) split time as the starting cornerback opposite Thompson in 2009 and are expected to battle for two starting jobs this season. Hagan started all 13 games opposite Thompson in 2008 and the first three in 2009, before Hill replaced him for five of the next six contests. Nnabuife took over the job for the final four contests. Marc Anthony is another player expected to compete for a starting cornerback position. D.J. Campbell and C.J. Moncrease are expected to challenge Cattouse and Conte for playing time at safety. Five-star incoming freshman Keenan Allen is also expected to contribute to the defensive backfield in nickel packages in addition to his role as a wide receiver. “We have a number of players in our defensive backfield that had the first chance to get their feet wet at the collegiate level last season,” said Tedford. “The experience they gained a year ago will help them become better and more productive players in 2010 and beyond. We’re excited to see who will emerge from this group.”

Chris Conte

SPECIALIST (9) PUNTER (3)

9 Bryan Anger (6-4, 207, JR, 2V) 1 45 Jed Barnett (6-2, 212, FR, HS) 46 David Seawright (6-3, 215, JR, 2V)

KICKER (4)

5 Jed Barnett (6-2, 212, FR, HS) 4 16 Vincenzo D’Amato (6-1, 201, SO, 1V) 46 David Seawright (6-3, 215, JR, 2V) 40 Giorgio Tavecchio (5-8, 173, JR, 2V)

LONG SNAP (3)

6 Brandon Madueno (6-2, 227, RFR, RS) 8 39 Clark Porter (6-3, 230, JR, RS) 50 Matt Rios (6-1, 230, SO, 1V)

HOLDER (1)

10 Brock Mansion (6-5, 232, JR, 2V) Bryan Anger

Vincenzo D’Amato

Giorgio Tavecchio

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All of Cal’s primary specialists return in 2010, led by preseason All-American punter Bryan Anger. Last year, Anger earned honorable mention All-American and first-team All-Pac-10 honors after a second-team selection by the league the previous campaign. Anger has averaged 42.3 yards per punt over his first two collegiate seasons and posted four of the longest 12 punts in school history, including a 76-yarder in the 2008 Big Game vs. Stanford that is the fourth-longest in school history as well as a 75-yard effort in the same contest that is tied for fifth. He has been on the watch list for the Ray Guy Award in each of his first two collegiate campaigns, and in addition to being a unanimous choice by the major preseason publications as a first-team All-Pac-10 punter in 2010, has also been named the nation’s No. 4 draft-eligible punter prior to the season by Phil Steele. “Bryan Anger is one of the best punters in the nation,” said Tedford. “He has done an outstanding job for us the last two seasons and we have every reason to believe that will continue.” Vincenzo D’Amato (52 points, 7-12 FG, 31-31 PAT) and Giorgio Tavecchio (38 points, 8-12 FG, 14-14 PAT) are expected to compete once again for specific roles in the team’s kicking game after sharing those duties in 2009. “We feel that our kickers will continue to improve in 2010 and regardless of what role each plays they will do a good job,” said Tedford. Long snapper Matt Rios and holder Brock Mansion are also both back. The individual components of the team’s return game have not yet been determined but top candidates based upon their performances in 2009 include Jeremy Ross (14 kick returns, 276 yards; 9 punt returns, 192 yards, 1 TD) and Isi Sofele (12 kick returns, 248 yards). Shane Vereen led the team in kick returns (24) and kick return yardage (551) a year ago, and even returned a pair of punts for 10 yards, but it is unlikely he will be used frequently in either role in 2010 due to his increased load as a running back. “We have players in skilled positions that can handle the return the game, and we'll incorporate them into those roles during training camp,” said Tedford.


2010 COACHING STAFF

JEFF TEDFORD Head Coach

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HEAD COACH JEFF TEDFORD JEFF TEDFORD

THE TEDFORD FILE Birthdate................................... Nov. 2, 1961 Hometown.................................Downey, CA High School.................................Warren HS College............................... Fresno State ’83 Bachelor’s in Physical Education Junior College.....................Cerritos College Family........................................ wife, Donna sons, Taylor and Quinn

COACHING AT CAL • Has posted a 67-35 (.657) record in eight seasons as head coach to equal Pappy Waldorf for the most wins in the school’s modern era and the third-most victories all time. • Has led the Golden Bears to eight straight winning seasons and seven consecutive bowl games. • Is 5-2 in bowl games and the only Cal coach with more than two bowl victories. • Is 7-1 in the Big Game after inheriting a seven-game losing streak in the series, and has equaled Pappy Waldorf’s school record for Big Game victories. • Has 13 wins over ranked teams in his first eight seasons, compared to Cal's three in the eight campaigns prior to his arrival. • Has had Cal among the nation’s top 25 in each of the last six years and reached the top 10 in five of the last six campaigns. • 88 percent of his seniors (144 of 163 student-athletes) have earned their college degrees and/or gone on to NFL careers.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE • Honorable mention All-American at Fresno State, where he left as the school’s all-time record holder in passing yards (4,872) and touchdown passes (35). • Set single-season school marks in 1982 for passing yards (2,993) and TD passes (24). • Accumulated a 54 percent completion rate in six seasons in the CFL.

BOWLS (13) 2009 Poinsettia.............................. California 2008 Emerald................................ California 2007 Armed Forces....................... California 2006 Holiday................................. California 2005 Las Vegas............................. California 2004 Holiday................................. California 2003 Insight................................... California 2001 Fiesta....................................... Oregon 2000 Holiday.................................... Oregon 1999 Sun.......................................... Oregon 1998 Aloha....................................... Oregon 1993 Aloha...............................Fresno State 1992 Freedom..........................Fresno State *Season in which bowl was played

COACHING HONORS 2006 Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Finalist 2004 Pac-10 Coach of the Year 2002 Pac-10 Coach of the Year

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eff Tedford has established Cal as one of the elite football programs in the Pac-10 and lifted the Golden Bears into the national discussion on a consistent basis during his tenure as the school’s head coach. The Bears have won the second-most games of any Pac-10 school other during his first eight seasons on the job, have finished among the nation’s top 25 in four of the last six seasons and been ranked in the nation’s top 10 at some point in five of the last six campaigns. Cal also has a current school-record run of seven straight bowl appearances and is 5-2 in the postseason under Tedford, making him the first Cal mentor with more than two bowl victories. He is one of only eight current Football Bowl Subdivision coaches to have a current string of at least eight consecutive winning seasons, with only six accomplishing the feat at the same school. In addition, Tedford is tied for Cal’s modern-era record for victories with a 67-35 (.657) all-time mark at the school. He will begin the 2010 season tied with the legendary Pappy Waldorf (67-32-4, 1947-56) as Cal’s modern-era victory leader and is also tied for third with Waldorf on the all-time win list behind Andy Smith (74-16-7, 1916-25)

“This is a dream come true … I am here to provide leadership, to create an environment for these athletes, both athletically and academically, that they can flourish in … our team will be disciplined, our team will play hard, our team will play fast, they will have a lot of fun, but they will do it with class … it will be something that you can always be proud of as Cal boosters, alumni and supporters. I have a goal and a vision that the University of California, through hard work and dedication, can get to where we are competing for the Pac-10 championship and at a national level. I am going to put together a staff that is going to care for the young men both on and off the field, that are great teachers, interested in their academics, interested in these kids in how they grow up, and that we can make an impression on their character that will last further than just the University of California … again, I want to let you all know just how excited I am to be here, and how much of a great opportunity I believe that this is, that we can get this turned around and headed in the right direction.” – Jeff Tedford opening statement introductory press conference December 12, 2001

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and James Schaeffer (73-16-8, 1909-15), with the majority of Schaeffer’s victories coming when Cal played rugby rather than football. Only two other head football coaches in Cal history have coached 100 games, with Waldorf (103) and Stub Allison (102, 1935-44) the others. Tedford has already set the school record with 23 road wins and is also an impressive 41-27 (.603) against Pac-10 teams, finishing lower than fifth only once. To top it off, he is 7-1 in the Big Game, equaling Waldorf’s school record of seven wins against Stanford. All of this at the head of a program that won just one game in 2001, the year prior to his arrival. The Cal football renaissance rates as one of the most impressive turnarounds in college football history. Not only have Tedford’s teams got it done on the field, they’ve also got it done in the classroom. His players have been recognized as Pac-10 AllAcademic honorees 83 times since his arrival. Of the 163 seniors who have played for Tedford in his first eight seasons, 144 (88%) have earned their college degrees and/or gone on to NFL careers. Tedford’s success with the Cal program has resulted in local devotion and national attention. Cal drew an average of 59,472 fans in 2009. The Bears played in front of a sellout home crowd of 71,799 vs. USC on Oct. 3, 2009, and have played in front of at least 50,000 fans at Memorial Stadium for 37 games in a row. In 2006, the Bears


88% percent of the seniors to play for Tedford have earned their degrees and/or gone on to NFL careers.

set school records for average fans per home game (64,318) and overall spectators (450,223). The following year in 2007, Cal set a record with 41,366 season-ticket holders. Nationally, the Golden Bears have also had multiple Heisman Trophy candidates under Tedford’s tutelage, with J.J. Arrington (2004), Marshawn Lynch (2006), DeSean Jackson (2007) and Jahvid Best (2009) among top candidates at some point in the season, and Arrington finishing eighth in the final voting.

Other national recognition has come the Bears way in recent years. Alex Mack was the winner of the 2008 Draddy Award (often referred to as the Academic Heisman and now known as the William V. Campbell Trophy). In 2006, the Bears had a pair of players collect prestigious national awards. Jackson was the recipient of the inaugural Randy Moss Award as the top return man in the country, while Daymeion Hughes earned the Lott Trophy given to a defensive player to equally recognize his athletic performance and personal character.

Despite his success and notoriety, Tedford remains devoted to being a mentor. “Football is more than a game,” he said. “I think it teaches so many values for young people as they move on into life – teamwork, sacrifice, dedication, hard work – all those things are very valuable to their futures. I’m going to be a person that they can trust and talk to while they’re here. But I really hope that when they leave, they understand that they can come back and ask me for anything and count on me in any situation.” His legendary work ethic, exemplified by the wellused air mattress in his office, shows the coach’s drive, which is not geared towards individual success. His true goals are success as a team and success for his student-athletes. “Jeff is the hardest worker I have ever encountered in this business,” said Cal Director of Athletics Sandy Barbour. “He is not going to be outworked, because he believes he owes that to his student-athletes.” That relentless drive developed in Tedford as a young football player at Warren High School. After a solid prep career, the undersized quarterback went on to a standout two-year stint at Cerritos College and a record-setting two-year stay at Fresno State. During his days as a Bulldog, he established several school passing records, including career marks for passing yardage (4,872) and touchdown passes (35), while earning honorable mention All-America notice in 1982 when he set single-season Fresno State standards for passing yardage (2,993) and TD passes (24).

JEFF TEDFORD’S COACHING CHRONOLOGY School Year Position Record California 2009 Head Coach 8-5 California 2008 Head Coach 9-4 California 2007 Head Coach 7-6 California 2006 Head Coach 10-3 California 2005 Head Coach 8-4 California 2004 Head Coach 10-2 California 2003 Head Coach 8-6 California 2002 Head Coach 7-5 Oregon 2001 Offensive Coordinator 11-1 Oregon 2000 Offensive Coordinator 10-2 Oregon 1999 Offensive Coordinator 9-3 Oregon 1998 Offensive Coordinator 8-4 Fresno State 1997 Offensive Coordinator 6-6 Fresno State 1996 Offensive Coordinator 4-7 Fresno State 1995 Offensive Coordinator 5-7 Fresno State 1994 Offensive Coordinator 5-7-1 Fresno State 1993 Offensive Coordinator 8-4 Fresno State 1992 Quarterbacks Coach 9-4 Calgary (CFL) 1991 Offensive Assistant 11-7 Calgary (CFL) 1990 Offensive Assistant 11-6-1 Calgary (CFL) 1989 Offensive Assistant 10-8

Highlights Poinsettia Bowl participant Emerald Bowl champions Armed Forces Bowl champions Pac-10 co-champions Holiday Bowl champions Las Vegas Bowl champions Holiday Bowl participant Pac-10 Coach of the Year Ranked No. 9 nationally Insight Bowl champions Pac-10 Coach of the Year Pac-10 champions Ranked No. 2 nationally Fiesta Bowl champions Pac-10 co-champions Ranked No. 7 nationally Holiday Bowl champions Sun Bowl champions Aloha Bowl participant

WAC tri-champions No. 3 scoring offense nationally Aloha Bowl participant WAC tri-champions No. 1 scoring offense nationally Freedom Bowl champions Grey Cup runner-up Western Division champions

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CAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS UNDER JEFF TEDFORD 2002 • Named Pac-10 Coach of the Year as voted by conference coaches, becoming the third Cal coach to receive the honor since the award’s inception in 1975. • Enjoyed a six-win increase from the previous season, tying for the biggest one-year turnaround in the nation and the second-largest about-face in school history (the 1947 club went 9-1 after a 2-7 season in 1946). • Beat three nationally ranked teams (Michigan State, Washington and Arizona State) in the same season for the first time in 52 years. • Scored three road victories over nationally ranked opponents in the same season for the first time in school history. • Halted a 12-year victory drought in Sun Devil Stadium, mowing down Arizona State, 55-38. • Set a modern day school record by scoring 427 points (broken in 2003) with a 35.6-point scoring average that tied for 10th-best in the nation. • Defeated Washington to snap a 19-game losing streak to the Huskies. • Capped the season by registering Cal’s first Big Game win over Stanford in eight years, a 30-7 throttling of the Cardinal.

2003 • Established first back-to-back winning seasons at Cal in 12 years. • Set single-season school marks for total offense (6,061) and first downs (321), as well as a modern-era record for scoring (457). • Led the Pac-10 in rushing for the first time in 45 years with 2,356 yards and a 168.3 per game average. • Posted first bowl win at Cal in 10 years, defeating Virginia Tech by a score of 52-49 in the Insight Bowl. • Set single-game school bowl records for most points (52), total yards (530), passing yards (394), completion percentage (77.1, later broken), TDs (7) and rushing TDs (5, later tied).

• Beat a team ranked as high as No. 3 nationally for the first time in 52 years with a 34-31 victory in three overtimes over No. 3 USC at Memorial Stadium. • Defeated Washington in Berkeley for the first time in 28 years, with a 54-7 win the widest margin of victory by a Cal team in a conference game in 81 years, setting Cal’s singlegame record for total offense with 729 yards in the contest.

2004 • Named Pac-10 Coach of the Year for the second time, something no other Cal football head coach has ever done. • Reached Cal’s highest national ranking (No. 4) in 52 years. • Posted school’s best regular-season record (101) since 1950’s club was 9-0-1 in the regular season. • First perfect home record (5-0) in 55 years seasons since the 1949 team was 6-0 at Memorial Stadium. • Most road wins (5) in school history. • Earned first back-to-back bowl trips since 1990 and ‘91. • Set single-season school record for total offense (492.4 ypg), ranking No. 1 in the Pac10. • Broke single-season school mark for yards per offensive play (7.0), almost one yard better than old standard of 6.1 in 2003. • Led Pac-10 in rushing (256.8 ypg) for second straight year, which were the first two times since 1958. • Allowed fewest points by Cal defense since 1968, ranking eighth nationally at 16.0 ppg. • Recorded first back-to-back defensive shutouts in 36 years (38-0 at Arizona, 27-0 vs. Arizona State).

2005 • Finished No. 25 in the AP and the coaches’ poll, marking the first time Cal had appeared in final polls in consecutive seasons since doing it five years in a row from 1947-51. • Finished the season ranked ninth nationally with 235.3 rushing yards per game to mark the Bears’ second straight season as a top-10 rushing team (sixth in 2004). • Won fourth straight Big Game for the first time since the 1936-39 campaigns. • Won again at Stanford, marking Cal’s first two-game win streak at Stanford since winning six straight on The Farm from 1937-51.

2006 • Guided Cal to 10 wins, just the seventh time in school history the Bears have posted 10 victories. • Recorded a fourth straight season with at least eight victories. • Named a finalist for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award, which honors the

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2007 • Led Bears to a top-10 inseason ranking for the fourth straight campaign. • Six players selected in the 2008 NFL Draft – a school-record for the seven-round draft. • Tailback Justin Forsett rushed for 1,546 yards – the third-most in school history. • Opened the year with a thrilling 45-31 victory over No. 15 Tennessee on national television. • Also defeated No. 11 Oregon on the road with the ESPN Gameday crew in attendance. • Directed Bears to a No. 2 ranking in the nation – their highest ranking since 1951. • All 13 of Cal’s games were televised – the first time in program history that every contest was broadcast.

2008 • Set a record with a fourth consecutive bowl victory. • Reached a bowl for the sixth consecutive year. • Posted a winning record for the seventh straight year. • Posted a 7-0 home record to mark the third time in five seasons Cal had been unbeaten at home. • Finished No. 25 in coaches’ poll to mark fourth top-25 finish in five years. • Tailback Jahvid Best rushed for 1,580 yards – the second most in school history – to extend the school record of consecutive years with a 1,000-yard rusher to seven. • Produced Draddy Trophy (now known as the William V. Campbell Trophy) winner Alex Mack.

2009 • Recorded eighth consecutive winning season to equal a school record (1918-25), while also extending school-record string of bowl appearances to seven. • Equaled Cal’s modern-era record for victories (67) and the school’s record for Big Game wins (7) with a victory at Stanford on Nov. 21 in his 100th game as head coach. • Became one of only three Cal football coaches to reach the 100-game mark and now has coached in 102 games at Cal, only one behind all-time leader Pappy Waldorf’s 103 contests on the sidelines. • Led Bears to back-to-back wins in consecutive weeks over nationally-ranked teams for the first time since 1950, beating Arizona at home and winning at Stanford.


“Jeff is the hardest worker I have ever encountered in this business. He is not going to be outworked, because he believes he owes that to his student-athletes.” - Cal Director of Athletics Sandy Barbour After receiving a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Fresno State in 1983, Tedford played pro football in the Canadian Football League for six seasons with Hamilton, Calgary, Saskatchewan and Winnipeg. He completed 54 percent of his passes during his career, appearing in the league’s championship game (Grey Cup) with Hamilton in 1984. Tedford has used his own signal-calling experience to build a reputation as a quarterbacks guru. During his 18-year collegiate coaching career at California (2002-present), Oregon (1998-2001) and Fresno State (1992-97), Tedford has been integral in the development of six quarterbacks that became first-round picks in the NFL Draft, including Trent Dilfer, Akili Smith, Joey Harrington, David Carr, Kyle Boller and Aaron Rodgers. In 2004, Rodgers, an under-the-radar junior college transfer like Tedford, ranked No. 8 nationally in pass efficiency, completing 66.1 percent of his passes for 2,566 yards and 24 touchdowns with only eight interceptions. He put up similar numbers the previous season when he completed 61.6 percent of his passes for 2,903 yards and 19 touchdowns with only five interceptions. In addition to his success with quarterbacks, Tedford’s teams have featured balanced attacks and become notorious for their ferocity on the ground. In his first eight years at Cal, Tedford’s running backs have posted 1,000-yard rushing seasons eight times, including a string of seven consecutive years with a 1,000-yard rusher from 2002-08. In 2004, Arrington broke Chuck Muncie’s single-season school record with 2,018 yards, which ranked No. 1 in the NCAA. In 2007, Justin Forsett’s 1,546 rushing yards were briefly the second-best in Cal history, but Best’s four-game flourish (814 yards) at the end of 2008 gave him 1,580 for the year to move past Forsett. Lynch had back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons in 2005 and 2006, while Adimchinobe Echemandu (1,195 yards in 2003) and Joe Igber (1,075 yards in 2002) have also reached the mark under Tedford. While offense has been Tedford’s forte, California’s defense has toughened considerably during his reign as well, allowing an average of just 22.5 points per game during his eight seasons, secondbest in the Pac-10 over that period. In 2004, Cal ranked eighth nationally in scoring defense, allowing just 16.0 points per game, while in 2005 the Golden Bears led the Pac-10 in scoring defense, allowing only 21.2 points per game. In 2008, Cal led the Pac-10 in the two key categories of red zone defense (68.2%) and takeaways (34). In 2009, the Bears were second in the conference in rush defense (112.0 ypg). Tedford’s combination of precision passing and relentless rushing, as well as his pairing of potent offense and relentless defense, has led to eight straight winning seasons. The Bears posted a school-record-tying 10 wins for the sixth and seventh times in school history in 2004 and 2006. Prior to his arrival in Berkeley, Tedford was a highly-regarded offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Oregon, serving in that role for four seasons, including the 2001 campaign when the Ducks earned a No. 2 final national ranking.

Jeff Tedford with his wife, Donna, and sons, Taylor (left) and Quinn. Tedford played an integral role in the rise of the Oregon program during his tenure in Eugene – a period in which the Ducks posted the Pac-10’s best record (38-10) while finishing progressively better each year (8-4 in ’98, 9-3 in ’99, 10-2 in ’00 and 11-1 in ’01). During his first season as offensive coordinator in 1998, the Ducks set school records in passing yards, total offense and points scored. Tedford’s passing acumen was clearly evident in the rapid development of Smith, who earned Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year accolades in finishing second in the nation in pass efficiency and later being chosen third overall in the 1999 NFL Draft by Cincinnati.

Along with the expectations, which we embrace, it's really important to always stay hungry. I don't think we've attained our full potential yet. It's something we always strive to do. We never want to be satisfied with where we've been. We always want to look forward to where we're going.

Cal head coach Jeff Tedford

Duck quarterbacks A.J. Feeley and Harrington combined to pass for 3,131 yards and 24 TDs on the Sun Bowl champion team that ranked 13th nationally in scoring in 1999, while the 2000 club tied for the Pac-10 crown and defeated Texas in the Holiday Bowl. Tedford’s last Oregon squad finished No. 2 in the nation and showcased one of the nation’s premier quarterbacks in Harrington, who won Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year honors and finished fourth in Heisman balloting. In 1992 as the quarterbacks coach at Fresno State, Tedford began honing the skills of Dilfer, who quarterbacked Baltimore to a victory in Super Bowl XXXV. Under Tedford’s guidance, the Bulldogs’ quarterback earned first-team All-WAC honors for an offense that led the nation in scoring (44.2

points per game), ranked second nationally in total offense (541.9 yards per game) and beat USC in the Freedom Bowl. A season later, Tedford became the Bulldogs’ offensive coordinator, and Fresno State ranked third nationally in scoring and total offense while earning an Aloha Bowl invitation. Dilfer ranked first nationally in passing efficiency (173.1 rating) and won the WAC Offensive Player of the Year award. He was later chosen by Tampa Bay with the sixth overall selection of the 1994 NFL Draft. “I believe Jeff’s one of the finest minds in all of football,” said Dilfer, who currently serves as a football analyst for ESPN after a 14-year playing career in the NFL from 1994-2007. “He’s certainly the finest coach I’ve ever been around. He’s a great leader and great teacher. He has very high expectations for himself and the people around him. And he will work tirelessly to meet those expectations. Jeff taught me more about toughness and the game of football than any coach I’ve ever played for, and I’ve had some awfully good coaches.” Tedford’s coaching career began as a volunteer assistant at Fresno State in 1987, as he spent two years there before joining Calgary of the CFL in 1989 for three seasons, including the 1991 team that advanced to the Grey Cup title game. Despite his success as a coach and mentor, Tedford still follows a basic philosophy. “We try to focus on one game at a time and try to reach our full potential,” he said emphatically. And he still values each and every member of his football team. “Whether it is the guys who are suited up, the guys who are going to play 50-60 plays or the guys who aren’t going to play at all, I want them all to understand that they are very important to the success of the program,” he said. “Their contributions are invaluable.” Tedford’s hard work and dedication not only inspire his players, it has also made him a role model to the young men in the Cal program. “Coach Tedford wasn’t just a coach, I think of him as more like a father figure,” said All-Pac-10 linebacker and current Green Bay Packer Desmond Bishop. “He taught us lessons about life. He taught us to have integrity, to have character. He prepared us to be men.”

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ASSISTANT COACHES COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS • In his 14th season as an offensive coordinator and his second with California in 2010, after previous stops at Cal Poly (1997), Fresno State (1998-2001), Oregon (2002-04) and Utah (2005-08). • Broke a school record for fewest turnovers in a season (17) and had California ranked in the top half of the Pac-10 in the several key offensive categories in his first season with the Golden Bears in 2009 – fewest turnovers (2nd-T), rushing offense (3rd), first downs (3rd), total offense (4th), scoring offense (4th), pass offense (5th) and third-down conversions (5th). • Listed by Rivals as the nation's No. 4 offensive coach during a 2009 preseason poll. • Led Utah to a 36.9 points per game scoring average in 2009 to pace the Mountain West Conference and rank 15th nationally as the Utes ended the season 13-0 with a No. 2 final national ranking and a Sugar Bowl win over Alabama. • Finalist for the 2008 FootballScoop Offensive Coordinator of the Year award. • His 2005 Utah team also put up exceptional numbers, leading the Mountain West Conference in total offense and ranking 12th nationally with an average of 473.0 yards per game.

ANDY LUDWIG Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 2nd Season at Cal

THE LUDWIG FILE Birthdate..................................May 14, 1964 Hometown...................................Ogden, UT High School............................Bonneville HS College.............................Portland State ’88 Bachelor’s in Exercise Science Family...............................................wife, Jill son, Joe; daughter, Delaney

COACHING HISTORY 2009-Present.................................. California Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 2005-08..................................................Utah Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 2002-04............................................. Oregon Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 1998-2001.................................Fresno State Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 1997................................................. Cal Poly Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 1995-96....................................... Boise State Quarterbacks 1993-94........................................ Augustana Offensive Coordinator/QBs/Receivers 1992.......................................................Utah Graduate Assistant, Defense 1989-91....................................... Idaho State Quarterbacks/Receivers 1987-88...................................Portland State Receivers

BOWL GAMES (11) 2009 Poinsettia.............................. California 2008 Sugar.............................................Utah 2007 Poinsettia......................................Utah 2006 Armed Forced................................Utah 2005 Emerald.........................................Utah 2003 Sun........................................... Oregon 2002 Seattle...................................... Oregon 2001 Silicon Valley Classic........Fresno State 2000 Silicon Valley Classic........Fresno State 1999 Las Vegas........................Fresno State 1992 Copper..........................................Utah *Season in which bowl was played

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• Had never previously coached on the same staff as Jeff Tedford prior to 2009 but had a strong link to Cal's head coach, having replaced him as the offensive coordinator at both Fresno State and Oregon. • Has developed successful quarterbacks Ali Abrew (Cal Poly), David Carr (Fresno State), Kellen Clemens (Oregon), Brian Johnson (Utah), Brett Ratliff (Utah) and Billy Volek (Fresno State). • Has produced seven 1,000-yard rushers over the last 12 seasons. • Finalist for the 2001 Frank Broyles Award, which is given to the nation’s top assistant coach, while at Fresno State, when his Bulldogs finished fourth in the nation in both scoring and total offense with a balanced attack that featured the NCAA's first-ever team with a 4,000-yard passer, two 1,000-yard receivers and a 1,000-yard rusher in a single season.

PROMINENT PUPILS • Ali Abrew (Cal Poly) – Led the NCAA in pass efficiency in 1997 as the Mustangs ranked seventh in the country in total offense and posted a 10-1 overall record. • David Carr (Fresno State) – Led the nation in passing yards (4,839) and touchdown throws (46), was a Heisman Trophy finalist, won the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm and Sammy Baugh awards and was the WAC MVP in 2001; No. 1 overall pick of the Houston Texans in the 2002 NFL Draft. • Kellen Clemens (Oregon) – Had the best sophomore season ever by an Oregon quarterback in 2003 (2,390 yards, 16 TDs); finished his collegiate career with 7,555 passing yards before he was taken by his current employer the New York Jets in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft. • Brian Johnson (Utah) – Led Utah to a 13-0 record and a No. 2 final national ranking in 2008, while earning Most Outstanding Player honors in a Sugar Bowl win over Alabama, as well as the Mountain West Conference MVP; named the 2007 Poinsettia Bowl MVP. • Brett Ratliff (Utah) – Led Utah to back-to-back victories in the 2005 Emerald Bowl and 2006 Armed Forces Bowl; has been on NFL rosters with the New York Jets and currently the Cleveland Browns. • Billy Volek (Fresno State) – Threeyear starter who racked up 6,532 career yards and capped his collegiate career with a WAC MVP season in 1999; undrafted in 2000 but signed as a free agent with Tennessee and has been in the NFL since with Tennessee (200006) and San Diego (2006-present).

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS A PLAYER • Spent two seasons as a wide receiver at Snow College in Utah (1982-83) before earning a pair of letters at Portland State (1985-86). Andy Ludwig with his wife, Jill, son, Joe, and daughter,

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COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS • In his 20th season of coaching at either the professional or collegiate level in 2010, including the last six campaigns as an NFL defensive coordinator with Kansas City (2009) and Arizona (2004-08). • Served as the defensive coordinator for a 2008 Arizona Cardinals team that reached Super Bowl XLIII after capturing the NFC title. • During Arizona's Super Bowl run following the 2008 regular season, the Cardinals led all NFL teams by forcing 13 turnovers in the playoffs as the defense played a key role in post-season victories over Atlanta, Carolina and Philadelphia by holding the three highly-regarded offenses to an average of 20.7 points per game. • The signature component of his NFL defenses was the ability to force turnovers, with the 2008 Arizona squad leading the league with 17 fumble recoveries and ranking tied for fifth with 30 takeaways, while his five Arizona teams from 2004-08 combined to rank eighth in the NFL over the time period by forcing 148 turnovers (77 interceptions, 71 fumbles).

CLANCY PENDERGAST Defensive Coordinator 1st Season at Cal

THE PENDERGAST FILE Birthdate........................November 29, 1967 Hometown.................................Tolleson, AZ. High School.............................. Glendale HS College....................................... Arizona ’90 Bachelor’s in Agriculture Family................................................. Single

COACHING HISTORY 2010-Present.................................. California Defensive Coordinator 2009................................ Kansas City Chiefs Defensive Coordinator/Secondary 2004-08............................. Arizona Cardinals Defensive Coordinator 2003................................. Cleveland Browns Linebackers 1996-2002............................Dallas Cowboys Defensive Backs (2001-02) Defensive Nickel Package (2000) Defensive Asst./Quality Control (1996-99) 1995.......................................Houston Oilers Defensive Assistant/Quality Control 1993-94......................................... Oklahoma Graduate Assistant/Tight Ends 1992.......................................................USC Defensive Assistant 1991....................................Mississippi State Graduate Assistant

SUPER BOWLS (1) 2008 (Super Bowl XLIII).................... Arizona

NFL PLAYOFF GAMES (8) 2008................................. Arizona (4 games) 1999..................................... Dallas (1 game) 1998..................................... Dallas (1 game) 1996................................... Dallas (2 games)

BOWL GAMES (4) 1994 Copper................................. Oklahoma 1993 John Hancock...................... Oklahoma 1992 Freedom........................................USC 1991 Liberty........................Mississippi State *Season in which bowl was played

• Arizona's defense set a modern-day NFL record under his direction on November 11, 2007, when the Cardinals held the Detroit Lions to -18 rushing yards during a season in which Arizona set singleseason club records for most interception returns for touchdowns (6) and interception return yards (551). • Both Arizona and Kansas City made tremendous improvements in his first year as defensive coordinator for both franchises, with the Chiefs turnaround highlighted by more than doubling their sack total from 10.0 to 22.0 in their first season under Pendergast in 2009 and the Cardinals moving to 12th in both total defense and scoring defense after having been 26th and 32nd in those two categories the year before Pendergast arrived. • A seven-year member of a Dallas Cowboys' coaching staff that won two NFC East titles (1996, '98) and made three NFC Playoff appearances (1996, '98, '99). • On collegiate football staffs that reached bowl games during his each of his four seasons in the college ranks at Mississippi State (1991), USC (1992) and Oklahoma (1993-94), before taking his first NFL job in Houston in 1995.

PROMINENT PUPILS • Bertrand Berry (Arizona) – Posted the lone Pro Bowl season of his 12-year NFL career under Pendergast in 2004; recording career highs of 49 tackles, 14.5 sacks and four passes defended. • Brandon Carr (Kansas City) – Cornerback ranked tied for 10th in the NFL in passes defended with 16 and added 62 tackles as a second-year player in 2009. • Karlos Dansby (Arizona) – Has been one of the NFL's most productive linebackers since entering the league as a member of the NFL's all-rookie team during Pendergast's first season with Arizona in 2004. • Darnell Dockett (Arizona) – Defensive lineman came to Arizona the same season as Pendergast in 2004 and earned his first Pro Bowl selection by 2007 when he recorded career highs of 58 tackles and 9.0 sacks. • Brandon Flowers (Kansas City) – Cornerback ranked fifth in the NFL in passes defended with 19 and added 65 tackles as a second-year player in 2009. • Tambia Hali (Kansas City) – Defensive end recorded career highs of 65 tackles and 8.5 sacks during his lone season under Pendergast to earn a spot on the USA Today's All-Joe team. • Adrian Wilson (Arizona) – Firstteam All-Pro safety in 2006 and second-team in 2008, while also selected for the Pro Bowl both seasons; set a single-season NFL record in 2005 for most sacks by a defensive back (8.0).

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ASSISTANT COACHES (continued) COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS • In his third season as Cal's wide receivers coach in 2010 after one previous campaign working with the quarterbacks, and three prior to that with the Cal offensive line as a graduate assistant, assisting with game-planning, opponent scouting and individual player development. • Has been instrumental in the development of Marvin Jones, who blossomed into the Golden Bears' top wide receiver as a sophomore in 2009 with career highs of 43 receptions, 651 receiving yards and six touchdown catches. • Helped the team's signal-callers throw for over 3,000 yards for just the sixth time in program history during his one season as the quarterbacks coach in 2007.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS A PLAYER • Selected in the fifth round of the 1999 NFL Draft by Tennessee and was a quarterback for the Titans during their run to Super Bowl XXXIV during the 1999 campaign. • Also a member of the San Diego Chargers (2000), Atlanta Falcons (2000) and San Francisco 49ers (2001) before rejoining the Titans in 2002. • Led the Scottish Claymores to the NFL Europe World Bowl in 2000 and played for the Amsterdam Admirals in 2002, where he set an NFL Europe record by throwing for 30 career touchdown passes. • Spent two seasons in the Arena Football League, with the San Jose SaberCats in 2003 and the Indiana Firebirds in 2004. • One of the most prolific passers in the history of UC Davis, setting five NCAA Division II records and still ranking third in passing yards (7,601) and second in touchdown passes (68) at the school.

KEVIN DAFT Wide Receivers 7th Season at Cal

• A two-time All-American who led the Aggies to the Division II semifinals. • Also a finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy and played in both the Hula Bowl and the Blue-Gray All-Star game. • Inducted into the UC Davis Athletic Hall of Fame in June 2005.

THE DAFT FILE Birthdate........................November 19, 1975 Hometown.................................... Tustin, CA High School.................................Foothill HS College.................................... UC Davis ’99 Bachelor’s in Biology Graduate School..................... California ’07 Master’s in Education Family...........................................wife, Kesa daughters, Talia and Caroline

COACHING HISTORY 2004-Present................................. California Wide Receivers (2008-Present) Quarterbacks (2007) Graduate Assistant, O-Line (2004-06) 2003.............................................. UC Davis Volunteer Assistant, Quarterbacks

BOWL GAMES (6) 2009 Poinsettia.............................. California 2008 Emerald................................ California 2007 Armed Forces....................... California 2006 Holiday................................. California 2005 Las Vegas............................. California 2004 Holiday................................. California *Season in which bowl was played

Kevin Daft with his wife, Kesa, and daughters, Talia and Caroline.

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COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS • In his first season at Cal in 2010 after 18 previous seasons in the collegiate coaching profession, most recently with a five-year stint as the head coach at Eastern Michigan from 2004-08. • Coached Eastern Michigan to its best conference finish in seven years in 2004 with a third-place showing in the West Division of the Mid-American Athletic Conference. • His 2006 team at Eastern Michigan ranked third nationally in punt return yardage defense, while his 2007 squad was 15th in the country. • Eastern Michigan had three All-Americans and also set three NCAA passing records during his tenure. • Showed his versatility while at Northwestern from 1992-2003, coaching the running backs (19992003), safeties (1998) and outside linebackers (1997) during the final seven seasons of his 12-year stint at the school; also served as a graduate assistant for defense (1992-93), director of football operations (1994-96) and recruiting coordinator (1999-2003). • Won three Big Ten titles and participated in four bowls while at Northwestern, serving on staffs that led the Wildcats to bowl games to conclude seasons in 1995 (Rose), 1996 (Florida Citrus), 2000 (Alamo) and 2003 (Motor City).

PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Spent the 2009 college football season as a television color analyst for ESPN Regional Television coverage of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

PROMINENT PUPILS

JEFF GENYK Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends 1st Season at Cal

THE GENYK FILE Birthdate............................. August 22, 1960 Hometown...............................Ann Arbor, MI High School....................................Milan HS College...................Bowling Green State ‘82 Bachelor’s in Business Administration Graduate School........Western Michigan ‘89 Master’s in Business Administration Northwestern, ‘94 Master’s in Education and Social Policy Family............................................ wife, Lisa one daughter; one son Pronunciation................................. jenn-ICK

COACHING HISTORY 2010-Present................................. California Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends 2004-08.............................Eastern Michigan Head Coach 1992-2003............................... Northwestern Recruiting Coordinator/RBs (1999-2003) Safeties (1998) Outside Linebackers (1997) Director of Football Operations (1994-96) Graduate Assistant, Defense (1992-93) 1991.......Grand Rapids Community College Quarterbacks/Tight Ends

• Damien Anderson (Northwestern) – Fifth in 2000 Heisman voting and second nationally in rushing yardage during an All-American season in which he rushed for 2,063 yards and 23 TD's (both school records); played in the NFL with Arizona (2002-05) and the CFL for Edmonton (2007-08). • Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern) – First two-time winner of both the Bronko Nagurski Award and the Chuck Bednarik Award given annually to the nation's best defensive player; spent one season with the NFL's Dallas Cowboys before beginning his coaching career and is currently the head coach at Northwestern. • Napolean Harris (Northwestern) – First-round 2002 NFL Draft pick (23rd overall) by Oakland; on NFL rosters with Oakland (2002-04, '09), Minnesota (2005-06, '08) and Kansas City (2007-08). • Noah Herron (Northwestern) – Has been on NFL rosters in Pittsburgh (2005), Green Bay (2005-07), Tampa Bay (2008), New York Jets (2009) and Cleveland (2009) after earning Big Ten Conference Back of the Year honors at Northwestern. • Jason Jones (Eastern Michigan) – Second-round 2008 NFL Draft pick (54th overall) by Tennessee who has played in 20 games over his first two seasons with the Titans. • T.J. Lang (Eastern Michigan) – Started three games with Green Bay in his first NFL season in 2009, after starting all 36 games possible over his final three collegiate campaigns. • Aaron Wellock (Eastern Michigan) – Runner up in 2004 for Lou Groza Award annually given to the nation's top kicker; finished his collegiate career as Eastern Michigan's leader in all kicking categories. • Jason Wright (Northwestern) – Has been on NFL rosters in San Francisco (2004), Atlanta (200405), Cleveland (2005-08) and Arizona (2009-present), after finishing his collegiate career as Northwestern's fourth-leading rusher (2,625 yards).

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS A PLAYER • A quarterback and punter at Bowling Green State from 1978-81 after an All-State career as a signal-caller at Milan High School.

BOWL GAMES (4) 2003 Motor City....................... Northwestern 2000 Alamo............................. Northwestern 1996 Florida Citrus.................. Northwestern 1995 Rose............................... Northwestern *Season in which bowl was played

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ASSISTANT COACHES (continued) COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Has had a Cal running back lead the Pac-10 in rushing three times in the last seven years. • Known for a two-tailback system, with his top two tailbacks combining for at least 1,750 rushing yards in each of the past seven seasons, most recently with the 2009 duo of Shane Vereen (952 yards) and Jahvid Best (867 yards). • Best was Cal's most recent 1,000-yard rusher when he galloped for 1,580 yards in 2008 to lead the Pac-10 and rank second on the school's all-time single-season list. Marshawn Lynch (2006) and J.J. Arrington (2004) also led the league in rushing under Gould. • Seven of his backs in the last six years have gone on to the NFL, most recently with the first-round selection (30th overall) of Best by the Detroit Lions in the 2010 NFL Draft. • Coached Arrington to a single-season school record 2,018 rushing yards during a consensus AllAmerican campaign and an eighth-place finish in 2004 Heisman Trophy voting. • Had three consecutive first-team All-Pac-10 running backs in Best (2008), Justin Forsett (1,546 yards in 2007, third-best all-time single-season at Cal) and Lynch (2006 Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year). • Cal ranked ninth in the country in rushing offense in 2005 after leading the Pac-10 in 2003 and ’04, while also pacing the Pac-10 in rushing touchdowns with 28 in 2003. • Coached at Boise State for four seasons with the 1994 Broncos finishing as the NCAA Division I-AA runner up and ranked among the nation’s top five in pass efficiency defense and scoring defense. • Helped Portland State to the 1992 NCAA Division II semifinals as an assistant coach.

RON GOULD Associate Head Coach/ Running Backs 14th Season at Cal

THE GOULD FILE

• A candidate for the 2010 American Football Coaches Association Assistant Coach of the Year Award. • Has served NFL internships with the Atlanta Falcons, Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay Packers, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers and St. Louis Rams.

PROMINENT PUPILS • J.J. Arrington (California) – Led nation with a school-record 2,018 yards and was eighth in 2004 Heisman Trophy voting; second round pick by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2005 NFL Draft who spent the last four seasons in the NFL with the club.

Birthdate................................ Sept. 15, 1965 Hometown.................................. Tucson, AZ High School............................Santa Rita HS College........................................Oregon ’88 Bachelor’s in Criminology Family........................................ wife, Teresa sons, Tevin and Trae

• Jahvid Best (California) – Finished his career tied for third all-time at Cal in rushing touchdowns (29) and seventh in rushing yardage (2,668); led the Pac-10 in rushing in 2008 with 1,580 yards.

COACHING HISTORY

• Justin Forsett (California) – First team All-Pac-10 choice in 2007 who is now a featured back for the Seattle Seahawks, ranking second on the club in rushing in 2009.

1997-Present................................. California Associate Head Coach/RBs (2008-Present) Running Backs (1997-Present) 1993-96...................................... Boise State Defensive Backs 1992.......................................Portland State Defensive Backs 1990-91............................................ Oregon Graduate Assistant

BOWL GAMES (8) 2009 Poinsettia.............................. California 2008 Emerald................................ California 2007 Armed Forces....................... California 2006 Holiday................................. California 2005 Las Vegas............................. California 2004 Holiday................................. California 2003 Insight................................... California 1990 Freedom.................................. Oregon *Season in which bowl was played

• Adimchinobe Echemandu (California) – First team All-Pac-10 running back in 2003 who played five seasons in the NFL with the Cleveland Browns (2004), Minnesota Vikings (2005), Oakland Raiders (2006-07) and Houston Texans (2008). • Rashid Gayle (Boise State) – All-American defensive back; went on to play in the NFL and Canadian Football League.

• Joe Igber (California) – Set Big Game record with 226 rushing yards in 2002; No. 4 all-time rusher at Cal with 3,124 yards; played in the Hula Bowl. • Marshawn Lynch (California) – 2006 Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year; MVP of back-to-back bowl wins; No. 2 all-time rusher at Cal; selected No. 12 overall by the Buffalo Bills in 2007 NFL Draft. • Chris Manderino (California) – Four-year starter at fullback who was in the NFL for three seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals (2006-07) and Kansas City Chiefs (2008). • Tarik Smith (California) – Four-year letterwinner who spent two NFL seasons with the Dallas Cowboys.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS A PLAYER • Standout defensive back at Scottsdale Community College (1984-85) before earning a scholarship from Wichita State. Went on to become a starter for Oregon in 1987 after WSU dropped its program. • Signed with the Los Angeles Rams in 1988. Ron Gould with his wife, Teresa, and his sons, Trae (left) and Tevin.

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COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Named the Rivals Recruiter of the Year in 2010 after helping to ink a signing class that was ranked as No. 11 nationally by Rivals and boasted the seventh-highest number of stars per signee (3.58). • Became the youngest full-time head coach in Cal history when he moved into that role in 2008 and is in third season as Cal's defensive line coach in 2010 after working for two campaigns as a graduate assistant with the program. • In his 11th season as a member of the Golden Bear football family as a player or coach. • Has been praised as an energetic teacher on the sidelines and willing to get into the mix with his young pupils to demonstrate technique and details. • Joined the Cal coaching staff after playing on the Golden Bears’ defensive line from 2001-05, and learning from former Cal defensive line coaches Ken Delgado and Bill Dutton. • Product of De La Salle High School, one of the most successful programs in the history of prep football, earning All-State honors and winning a national championship. • Father, John, played collegiately at Brigham Young and later was a part-time assistant coach at Cal.

PROMINENT PUPILS • Tyson Alualu (California) – Became the ninth-highest Cal player ever selected in the NFL Draft when he was chosen 10th overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2010 after leading all of the team's defensive linemen in tackles each season from 2007-09; earned first-team All-Pac-10 honors for the first time in 2009 after recording a career-high 65 tackles, and pacing the squad with 11.5 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks.

TOSH LUPOI Defensive Line 5th Season at Cal

THE LUPOI FILE Birthdate.................................. July 22, 1981 Hometown............................... Hayward, CA High School..........................De La Salle HS College.................................... California ’05 Bachelor’s in American Studies Graduate School..................... California ’07 Master’s in Education Family................................................. Single Pronunciation..................................loo-POY

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS A PLAYER • Led the Bears' defensive line in tackles in 2003 while playing alongside three future NFL players. • After being granted a sixth year of eligibility in 2005, his final season was once again marred by injuries as he saw limited action in eight games. • Wrapped up his career with 40 games played, 68 tackles and 5.0 sacks. • Earned Pac-10 All-Academic recognition. • Recipient of team's Ken Cotton Award as the squad's Most Courageous Player in 2003, as he played the final four games of the campaign with a broken right thumb.

COACHING HISTORY 2006-Present................................. California Defensive Line (2008-Present) Graduate Assistant (2006-07)

BOWL GAMES (4) 2009 Poinsettia.............................. California 2008 Emerald................................ California 2007 Armed Forces....................... California 2006 Holiday................................. California *Season in which bowl was played

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ASSISTANT COACHES (continued) COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS • In his second campaign at Cal in 2010 and has 30 years of NFL and collegiate coaching experience, having spent his last six seasons of coaching in the professional ranks prior to joining Cal in 2009 after spending his previous 23 years at the collegiate level. • Will coach a unit that has four of five starters returning in 2010. • Coached a 2009 offensive line that helped the Bears rank third in the Pac-10 in rushing offense. • Had an excellent stint with the Cleveland Browns from 2008-09, paving the way for back-to-back 1,000-yard rushing seasons from Jamal Lewis and coaching a 2007 offensive line that tied for the third-fewest sacks allowed. • Coached at Colorado when the 2001 team won the Big 12 title and captured a spot in the Fiesta Bowl.

STEVE MARSHALL Offensive Line 2nd Season at Cal

• Had outstanding success in back-to-back seasons in 1997 and 1998 during stints at Texas A&M (Big 12 Championship Game, Cotton Bowl) and North Carolina (Las Vegas Bowl). • Coached a 1995 Tennessee team that led the Southeast Conference in rushing, finished 11-1, ranked No. 2 overall in the nation and defeated Ohio State in the Florida Citrus Bowl.

THE MARSHALL FILE

PROMINENT PUPILS

Birthdate......................................June 20, 1956 Hometown......................................Hartford, CT High School................................... Rockville HS College..........................................Louisville ’79

• Chad Clifton (Tennessee) – Has played the last 10 seasons with Green Bay, earning a Pro Bowl nod in 2007; second-team collegiate All-American as a senior. • Kris Farris (UCLA) – Won the 1998 Outland Trophy and played briefly in the NFL.

Bachelors’ in Physical Education and History Family wife, Karin

• Andre Gurode (Colorado) – Earned 2007 NFL All-Pro honors and is a four-time Pro Bowl selection (2006, '07, '08, '09) as a member of the Dallas Cowboys; All-American as a senior at Colorado.

COACHING HISTORY

• Marwan Hage (Colorado) – Has excelled in the Canadian Football League, earning CFLPA All-Star team nods in each of the last three years (2007, '08, '09) as a member of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats; two-time All-Big 12 selection.

2009-Present................................. California Offensive Line 2007-08........................... Cleveland Browns Offensive Line 2002-05...............................Houston Texans Offensive Line (2004-05) Assistant Offensive Line (2002-03) 2000-01..........................................Colorado Offensive Line 1998-99................................. North Carolina Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 1997........................................... Texas A&M Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 1996.................................................... UCLA Offensive Line 1993-95....................................... Tennessee Run Game Coordinator/O-Line (1994-95) Offensive Line (1993) 1987-92.................................... Virginia Tech Offensive Coordinator/O-Line (1988-92) Offensive Line (1987) 1985-86....................................Murray State Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 1984...............................................Louisville Offensive Line/Tight Ends 1982-83...........................................Marshall Offensive Line/Kicking Game 1980-81....................................... Tennessee Assistant Offensive Line 1979..................................... Plymouth State Offensive Line

BOWL GAMES (8) 2009 Poinsettia.................................. California 2001 Fiesta.........................................Colorado 1998 Las Vegas......................... North Carolina 1998 Cotton..................................... Texas A&M 1995 Florida Citrus........................... Tennessee 1994 Florida Citrus........................... Tennessee 1993 Gator....................................... Tennessee 1981 Garden State........................... Tennessee

• Seth McKinney (Cleveland Browns/Texas A&M) – Has played eight NFL seasons with Miami (2002-06), Cleveland (2007-08) and Buffalo (2009); was only the fifth center in the history of college football to start every game in his career. • Steve McKinney (Texas A&M/ Houston Texans) – Spent 11 seasons in the NFL with Indianapolis (1998-2001), Houston (2002-07) and Seattle (2008) after a collegiate career that included first-team AllBig 12 honors. • Jim Pyne (Virginia Tech) – Earned consensus collegiate All-American honors and was a finalist for both the Lombardi and Outland trophies before going on to a seven-year NFL career. • Eric Steinbach (Cleveland Browns) – Has been in the NFL for the past seven seasons with Cincinnati (2003-06) and Cleveland (2007-09), and was named an alternate for the 2008 Pro Bowl; Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2002 while at Iowa. • Joe Thomas (Cleveland Browns) – Two-time All-Pro selection, earning first-team honors in 2009 after a second-team pick in 2008; taken third overall in the 2007 NFL Draft.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS A PLAYER • Spent his collegiate playing career at Louisville as a tight end and guard from 1976-79.

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COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Has served two stints on the Golden Bear staff with his current tenure in its third season in 2010 and being preceded by three years as Cal’s cornerbacks coach from 1998-2000. • Coached a pair of players in his 2009 defensive back unit that are now with NFL teams in Syd’Quan Thompson (Denver Broncos) and Brett Johnson (Philadelphia Eagles). • Coached a 2008 defensive backs group that accounted for 17 of the team's 24 interceptions, which was the third-highest total in school history and the most in 60 years since the 1948 squad recorded 30. • Helped Arizona State to a share of the Pac-10 crown in 2007 as part of a defensive coaching staff that had its group ranked third in the league in both scoring and pass defense. • Was key in the transformation of one-time tailback Deltha O’Neal into an All-American defensive back during his first stint at Cal as O’Neal was the first cornerback selected in the 2000 NFL Draft. • In 2003 with the San Francisco 49ers, the defense recorded 36 takeaways, its most since 1997. • Coached All-American cornerback Dennis Weathersby at Oregon State in 2002, when the Beavers led the Pac-10 in pass defense. • Helped San Francisco State place second in the Northern California Athletic Conference in total defense, pass defense, turnovers created and scoring defense in 1994.

AL SIMMONS Defensive Backs 6th Season at Cal

• Has participated in the NFL's Minority Fellowship Coaching program with the Oakland Raiders (1993), Arizona Cardinals (1996), San Diego Chargers (1999) and Dallas Cowboys (2000).

THE SIMMONS FILE

PROMINENT PUPILS

Birthdate..........................December 6, 1962 Hometown................................ Oakland, CA High School............................... Oakland HS College......................Cal State Hayward ’87 Bachelor’s in Business Administration Graduate School.......Cal State Hayward ’91 Master’s in Physical Education Family................................................. Single

• Chidi Iwuoma (California) – Cornerback signed as a free agent by Detroit; spent seven seasons in the NFL with Detroit (2001-02), Pittsburgh (2002-06), New England (2006), St. Louis (2006) and Tennessee (2007).

COACHING HISTORY 2008-Present................................. California Defensive Backs 2006-07...................................Arizona State Co-Special Teams Coord./DB’s (2007) Defensive Backs (2006) 2005..................................... San Jose State Cornerbacks 2003-04....................... San Francisco 49ers Defensive Backs (2004) Cornerbacks (2003) 2001-02................................... Oregon State Defensive Backs 1998-2000..................................... California Cornerbacks 1997........................................... Idaho State Defensive Coordinator 1995-96................................. Montana State Defensive Backs 1994............................. San Francisco State Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs 1986-93.......................... Cal State Hayward Defensive Coordinator (1988-93) Linebackers/Defensive Backs (1986-87)

BOWL GAMES (5) 2009 Poinsettia.............................. California 2008 Emerald................................ California 2007 Holiday...........................Arizona State 2006 Hawaii.............................Arizona State 2002 Insight............................. Oregon State *Season in which bowl was played

• Was the defensive coordinator at Cal State Hatyward for his final six seasons at the school from 1988-93, with his 1992 defense finishing first in the Northern California Athletic Conference in scoring defense and second in total defense.

• Deltha O'Neal (California) – All-American cornerback selected in the first round of the 2000 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos and recorded 34 career interceptions in nine years in the league with Denver (2000-03), Cincinnati (2004-07) and New England (2008). • Syd’Quan Thompson (California) – A two-time All-Pac-10 cornerback that set all-time Cal records by starting all 52 games possible in his collegiate career and totaling 36 pass breakups; led the squad with four interceptions that he returned for 128 yards and one touchdown, while also tying for the team lead and school record with 18 passes defended in 2008. • Justin Tryon (Arizona State) – Cornerback who spent his 2008 rookie season in the NFL with the Washington Redskins after being selected by the club in the fourth round of the 2008 NFL Draft; earned second team All-Pac-10 in 2007. • Dennis Weathersby (Oregon State) – All-American cornerback for the Beavers; played one season in the NFL in 2003 with the Cincinnati Bengals.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS A PLAYER • A two-time first-team All-Northern California Conference selection as a strong safety at Cal State Hayward, where he played in 1983 and 1984.

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ASSISTANT COACHES (continued) COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Has helped develop 2010 preseason All-American and national honors candidate Mike Mohamed into one of the nation's top linebackers. • Coached the team's top three tacklers in 2009 (Anthony Felder, Zack Follett and Mike Mohamed), with Follett also among the Pac-10 and nation's elite with 23.0 tackles for loss (No. 1 Pac-10, No. 3 NCAA) and 10.5 sacks (No. 4 Pac-10, No. 17-T NCAA). • Coached the defensive tackles during a nine-win season at San Jose State in 2006, helping the Spartans advance to the New Mexico Bowl, where they defeated host New Mexico, with the Spartans ranking third in the Western Athletic Conference in both scoring defense and total defense in 2006. • After joining the San Jose State staff in 2001 as its linebackers coach, Thompson added recruiting coordinator duties from 2002-04. •

Spent seven years at Texas Southern, including the last five (1996-2000) as the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator.

PROMINENT PUPILS • Anthony Felder (California) – Led Cal with 93 tackles in 2008 after recording 101 in 2007 to rank third on the club, earning honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors both seasons. • Zack Follett (California) – Cal's leader in sacks during each of his last three seasons, a two-time All-Pac-10 choice, semifinalist for the 2008 Chuck Bednarik Award given to the country's best defensive player, and the 2008 Emerald Bowl Defensive MVP; taken by the Detroit Lions in the seventh round of the 2009 NFL Draft.

KENWICK THOMPSON Recruiting Coordinator/Linebackers 4th Season at Cal

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• Mike Mohamed (California) – Led the Pac-10 in tackles with 112 in 2009 and was named a firstteam all-conference selection, while also picking up first-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors for the second straight year

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS A PLAYER • A two-time all-conference selection and his league’s Defensive Player of the Year in 1990 at Harding, when he also served as a team captain. • Recorded 30 career quarterback sacks, leading the Bison in sacks in each of his last two seasons.

Birthdate.................................. July 23, 1969 Hometown.................................Houston, TX High School.................................. Nimitz HS College....................................... Harding ’91 ........... Bachelor’s in Marketing and Sales Family....................................... wife, Monica ...........................sons, Jaxson and Jacob

COACHING HISTORY 2007-Present................................. California Recruiting Coordinator/Linebackers 2001-06................................ San Jose State Defensive Tackles (2006) Strength and Conditioning (2005) Co-Recruiting Coordinator/Defensive Line/ Co-Special Teams (2004) Recruiting Coord./Linebackers (2002-03) Linebackers (2001) 1994-2000........................... Texas Southern Asst. Head Coach/Def. Coord. (1996-2000) Recruiting Coord./Defensive Line (1995) Running Backs (1994) 1991-92............................................Harding Graduate Assistant 1990...Italian American Football Association Assistant Coach

BOWL GAMES (4) 2009 Poinsettia.............................. California 2008 Emerald................................ California 2007 Armed Forces....................... California 2006 New Mexico................. San Jose State *Season in which bowl was played Kenwick Thompson with his wife, Monica, and sons, Jaxson and Jacob.

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FOOTBALL SUPPORT STAFF PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Has 27 years of experience in football at the professional, collegiate and high school levels. • Oversees the day-to-day operations of the Cal football program. • Included in his responsibilities with Cal are the coordination of team travel, the building and maintenance of the program’s budget and the organization of training camp. • Organizes the team’s community relations efforts, which include student-athlete visits to childrens’ hospitals, reading to elementary students, and various food and clothing drives. • Assistant director of the Cal football summer camps. • Served as team liaison for Cal's appearances in the 2003 Insight Bowl, 2004 Holiday Bowl, 2005 Las Vegas Bowl, 2006 Holiday Bowl, 2007 Armed Forces Bowl, 2008 Emerald Bowl and 2009 Poinsettia Bowl. • Also worked with Jeff Tedford at Oregon when the Cal head coach was the Ducks' offensive coordinator and McHugh was director of football operations.

MIKE McHUGH Director of Football Operations 8th Season at Cal

THE McHUGH FILE Birthdate........................December 12, 1957 Hometown............................. Boyertown, PA High School........................... Boyertown HS College............................. Findlay (Ohio) ’83 Bachelor’s in Health and Phys. Ed. Graduate School.........Eastern Michigan ’93 Master’s in Physical Education Family......................................... dog, Buddy

• Was the Oregon team liaison for the 1999 Sun Bowl and 2000 Holiday Bowl while also being involved in the recruiting efforts of the Ducks. • In his two seasons with the Detroit Lions worked on the staff of Marty Mornhinweg, whom he worked with at Missouri.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS A PLAYER • Played tight end and wide receiver from 1979-81 at the University of Findlay (Ohio). • A member of the 1979 NAIA national championship team. • Also a member of the track & field team at Findlay. • A two-year receiver at Potomac State College of West Virginia in Keyser, West Virginia (1976-77).

COACHING HISTORY 2003-Present................................. California Director of Football Operations 2001-02.................................... Detroit Lions Offensive Assistant Coach 1999-2000........................................ Oregon Director of Football Operations 1993-98........................................... Missouri Director of Football Operations 1992..................................Eastern Michigan Defensive Line Assistant Coach 1991..................................Eastern Michigan Recruiting Coordinator 1989-90.............................Eastern Michigan Offensive Line Assistant Coach 1985-88............ Northmor HS (Galion, Ohio) Head Coach 1984................. Northmor HS (Galion, Ohio) Assistant Coach 1983........Liberty-Benton HS (Findlay, Ohio) Assistant Coach

BOWL GAMES (11) 2009 Poinsettia.............................. California 2008 Emerald................................ California 2007 Armed Forces....................... California 2006 Holiday................................. California 2005 Las Vegas............................. California 2004 Holiday................................. California 2003 Insight . ................................ California 2000 Holiday.................................... Oregon 1999 Sun.......................................... Oregon 1998 Insight..................................... Missouri 1997 Holiday................................... Missouri *Season in which bowl was played

Mike McHugh and his dog, Buddy.

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FOOTBALL SUPPORT STAFF (continued) COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Has 19 years of experience in the strength and conditioning field at the major college level. • Oversees all of the strength and conditioning for Cal football. • Responsible for the year-round training of athletes for speed and power development as well as injury prevention, and is also involved with dynamic warm-up and stretching for all events, including in-season practices and out-of-season workouts. • Named a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches association (CSCCa) in May of 2007 – the highest honor given in the strength and conditioning coaching profession. • Heavily involved in the design and development of the new Student-Athlete High Performance Center currently being constructed at Cal. • Has trained over 100 players who have gone on to the National Football League, including 29 of Cal’s current players in the NFL. • Nine Cal football players have earned Strength and Conditioning All-American honors under his tutelage. • Worked with Cal head coach Jeff Tedford at Oregon when Tedford was the Ducks' offensive coordinator. • Played football for one year at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, before transferring to Montana State, where he was a member of the school’s power-lifting team. • Had a brief career as a professional strong man.

JOHN KRASINSKI Strength and Conditioning Coach 9th Season at Cal

THE KRASINSKI FILE Birthdate..................................May 17, 1967 Hometown................................. Colstrip, MT High School................................ Colstrip HS College............................ Montana State ’90 Bachelor’s in Sports Medicine Graduate School.........................Oregon ’98 Master’s in Exercise Physiology Family..................................... wife, Summer sons, Johnhenry and Lincoln

COACHING HISTORY 2002-Present................................. California Strength and Conditioning Coach 2000-02............................. Northern Arizona Strength and Conditioning Coach 1996-2000........................................ Oregon Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach 1993-96................................ Colorado State Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach 1991-92............................................Rutgers Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

BOWL GAMES (12) 2009 Poinsettia.............................. California 2008 Emerald................................ California 2007 Armed Forces....................... California 2006 Holiday................................. California 2005 Las Vegas............................. California 2004 Holiday................................. California 2003 Insight . ................................ California 1999 Sun.......................................... Oregon 1998 Aloha....................................... Oregon 1997 Las Vegas................................ Oregon 1995 Holiday........................ Colorado State 1994 Holiday........................ Colorado State. *Season in which bowl was played

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MIKE ANDERSEN DIRECTOR OF PLAYER CAREER DEVELOPMENT Mike Andersen is in his fourth season as Director of Player Career Development at Cal in 2010. Andersen oversees life skills coaching as well as the summer and career job placement programs. Prior to joining Cal, Andersen spent over 30 years in the mining industry with Utah International and its successor companies. Andersen and his wife, Marilyn, are both graduates of Cal as are their three children, Kirsten, Eric and Hilary.

RONNIE BRADFORD ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, DEFENSE Ronnie Bradford is in his first season with Cal in 2010 as an administrative assistant for the defensive staff. Bradford was a defensive assistant with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2009 under Cal defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast after six previous seasons with the Denver Broncos from 2003-08, where he served in a variety of capacities both on defense and special teams. Bradford played for 10 seasons in the NFL, with Denver (1993-95), Arizona (1996), Atlanta (1997-2001) and Minnesota (2002). He was also a two-year starter and four-year letterwinner in college at Colorado.

ERNIE CHU ASSISTANT VIDEO COORDINATOR Ernie Chu is in his third season as Cal’s assistant video coordinator in 2010. He assists with video evaluation of practices and games while also working to produce recruiting, motivational and instructional videos. A native of nearby Albany and a graduate of Albany High School, Chu previously worked for three years in the UC Davis football video office from 2005-07, including the final two seasons as the head video coordinator. Chu is a 2007 graduate of UC Davis, earning a pair of bachelor’s degrees in Biological Sciences and Economics. He will begin the MBA program at UC Davis in the fall of 2010.

BRENDAN FERRIGNO ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, OFFENSE Brendan Ferrigno is in his fourth season as an administrative assistant for the offense with the Cal football program in 2010. Ferrigno played four seasons at wide receiver for Portland State, including two as a starter. As a senior in 2006, he compiled a team-high 545 re-

ceiving yards, including a 42-yard touchdown catch against Cal at Memorial Stadium. He tallied 410 yards on 27 receptions in his junior campaign, including four touchdown grabs. Ferrigno picked up Big Sky Conference honorable mention honors three times in his career. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Communications from Portland State in March of 2007.

MATT FOX VIDEO COORDINATOR Matt Fox is in his ninth season as the video coordinator for Cal football in 2010. He assists the football program with its video evaluation from practices and games, in addition to coordinating video projects for recruiting, motivational and instructional tapes, and other electronic needs within the department. After serving as a student assistant in the video office at Oregon from 1999-2000, Fox spent the 2001 season as the assistant video coordinator at TCU. He joined the Cal staff in his current role in March 2002. Fox earned a business administration degree from Oregon in 2001. He and his wife, Tove, married in July of 2009 and reside in Oakland.

ED GARLAND HEAD EQUIPMENT MANAGER Ed Garland is in his sixth season as head equipment manager at Cal in 2010 after serving for 16 years as an assistant equipment manager at Oregon. Garland oversees all equipment operations for Cal, focusing on the football program and the ordering and maintenance of all team gear. Prior to joining the collegiate ranks at Oregon, Garland was an assistant equipment manager for the Portland Breakers of the USFL in 1985. The Vale, Ore., native earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from Oregon in 1987. After graduation, he worked in retail management in Chicago before returning to Eugene. Ed and his wife, Beth, are the parents of one daughter, Bryn Marie.

DENIS HALLIN ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Denis Hallin is in his seventh season with the Cal football program in 2010 after working in the athletic business office from 2000-04. Hallin provides administrative support and is a key player in the behind the scenes

operation of the program. In addition to his duties as the team’s administrative assistant, he also assists with football operations and advance travel for away games. A 2000 graduate of UC Santa Barbara with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology, the Oakland native now resides with his wife, Keri, in Alameda.

MATT HAVRANEK ASSISTANT FOOTBALL ATHLETIC TRAINER Matt Havranek is in his third season as Cal’s assistant football athletic trainer in 2010. His responsibilities at Cal include supervision of the graduate intern and undergraduate sports medicine intern programs, as well as the long-term rehabilitation of Cal student-athletes. He has previous athletic training experience with the San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Rattlers and Physiotherapy Associates. Havranek earned a bachelor’s degree from Marist College in 2005 and a master’s in Sports Health Care from A.T. Still University in 2007. He is a certified athletic trainer with the National Athletic Trainers Association and resides in Berkeley.

CHIDI IWUOMA ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF STUDENT-ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT Chidi Iwuoma returns to the Cal football program in 2010 for his first season as the assistant director of student-athlete development. He is responsible for assisting in the academic performance of Cal football players. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in social welfare from Cal in 2001, Iwuoma embarked on an eight-year playing career in the NFL from 200108. During the period, he was a member of NFL rosters in Detroit, New England, Pittsburgh, St. Louis and Tennessee, with the Steelers winning Super Bowl XL following the 2005 season with him as a member of the squad. During the 2009-10 academic year, Iwuoma served in Cal Athletic Study Center assisting student-athletes with a wide range of academic topics at the same Berkeley campus where he was a standout defensive back for the Golden Bears as a four-year letterwinner from 1997-2000.

TAGGART McCURDY GRADUATE ASSISTANT, DEFENSE Former Golden Bear Taggart McCurdy is in his fourth season at Cal in 2010 and his third as a graduate assistant on defense after serving one season as an administrative assistant for the defensive coaches. McCurdy, who played

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FOOTBALL SUPPORT STAFF (continued) in all 26 games for Cal in 2003 and 2004, began his professional career on the Berkeley campus in 2005 by working in the Athletic Study Center for two years. McCurdy also served as the linebackers and co-special teams coordinator at Diablo Valley College in 2006.

WES McGAUGH FOOTBALL ATHLETIC TRAINER Wes McGaugh is in his third season as the football athletic trainer at Cal in 2010. McGaugh oversees the injury prevention, evaluation and management for the Cal football program, as well as player injury rehab. He previously spent three campaigns as an assistant trainer with the San Francisco 49ers from 2005-07. McGaugh earned a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science from Howard Payne University in 2002, and was honored as the school's Outstanding Young Graduate of the Year in 2009. He added a master’s in Sports Health Care from the Arizona School of Health Sciences in 2004. McGaugh is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA). He and his wife, Patty, reside in Santa Clara.

ANDREW McGRAW RECRUITING ASSISTANT Andrew McGraw is in his 11th season as Cal’s primary recruiting assistant in 2010. McGraw has helped the Golden Bears sign several highly-ranked recruiting classes during his tenure at Cal, including a 2010 incoming group that ranks as high as No. 11 in the nation according to Rivals. In addition, he serves as Cal’s high school football camp director. He started his tenure at Cal in 1996 as a recruiting assistant before working as a defensive assistant the following two seasons and then moving back into his current role. McGraw received his bachelor’s degree in Geography from Cal in 1995. He and his wife, Stephanie, reside in Oakland with their son, Zach, and daughter, Ella.

DAVE MOOSMAN EQUIPMENT MANAGER Dave Moosman is in his 10th season as an equipment manager at Cal. A certified equipment manager through the American Equipment Managers Association, Moosman spent six years as a Cal equipment staff game day volunteer prior to joining the staff. Moosman has two grown children, Lucas and Lindsay.

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AKILI SMITH

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, OFFENSE

Kevin Parker is in his ninth season as a recruiting assistant at Cal, working on all aspects of on-campus recruiting. He is also one of the team’s leaders in giving back to the community, regularly speaking in the community and arranging outreach events for Cal players. He received two prestigious honors for his efforts during the 2009 season, being selected as the team’s recipient of the Everett Merriman Award for his commitment to community service, as well as being presented with the Wishes-Come-True Inspirational Award at a banquet in San Diego the day before the Poinsettia Bowl Parker played tailback and wide receiver at Oregon. He was twice named the Ducks’ Most Inspirational Player and spent the 2001 season with the Detroit Fury of the Arena Football League. Parker earned his Bachelor’s in Sociology from Oregon in 1999. The Oakland native lives in Richmond with his wife, Melissa, his three sons, Kevin II, Kevion and Jayden, and stepson, Larry White.

KEIKO PRICE DIRECTOR OF STUDENTATHLETE DEVELOPMENT Keiko Price is in her first season as the director of student-athlete development for the Cal football program in 2010. In that position, she is responsible for the academic performance of Cal football players. Price previously served as an academic advisor in the Athletic Study Center at Cal from 2002-07, before taking positions as the academic advising coordinator for Black Student Programs at St. Mary’s College (2007) and the assistant academic director for studentathletes at Stanford (2007-10). During her first stint at Cal, Price was an academic advisor for nine teams including football, and served as a liaison between student-athletes, coaches, professors and university departments. Price was an NCAA, Pac-10 and Sears Directors’ Cup Postgraduate scholarship recipient after a standout collegiate career as a student-athlete at UCLA, where she earned 22 All-American honors. She graduated cum laude from UCLA in 2001, earning her bachelor’s degree in African American Studies, and attended graduate school at Cal, where she earned a master’s degree in education. She is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in education from the University of San Francisco.

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Akili Smith is in his first season as an administrative assistant on offense at Cal in 2010. Smith, who has spent the past two seasons as the quarterbacks coach at Grossmont College in San Diego, was selected by Cincinnati as the third overall pick in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft and played four seasons with the Bengals (1999-2002). He attended training camp with the Packers (2003) and Buccaneers (2005). Smith played his collegiate football at Oregon from 1997-98 when Cal head coach Jeff Tedford was the Ducks’ offensive coordinator. He was the Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year as a senior, setting Oregon’s single-season passing record with 3,763 yards and also throwing for 32 touchdowns.

BUD TURNER FOOTBALL OPERATIONS A longtime member of the Cal football program and one its most recognizable faces, Bud Turner is in his 41st season as part of Cal football in 2010. Since beginning his tenure in 1970, Turner has worked with every area of football operations, most closely with the equipment and training staff, and now serves in security and operations. Turner, who oversees field security at practice and on game days, holds a lifetime honorable Big C and is a member of the Sons of California. Affectionately known as “Dog,” Turner and his wife, Joan, live in Walnut Creek. They have three children – Kim, Kurt and Kristi – and seven grandchildren.

RANDY VENTERS ASSISTANT EQUIPMENT MANAGER Randy Venters is in his third season on the Cal equipment staff in 2010. Venters came to Cal from Nevada, were he was responsible the daily equipment operations for football for two season. He previously served as Area Coordinator of Equipment at Illinois State for five years and was also the head equipment manager for the Chicago Rush of the Arena Football League. Venters earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from McKendree University. He resides in El Cerrito.


2010 PLAYERS

CAMERON JORDAN Defensive Line

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2010 PLAYER PROFILES Chris ADCOCK

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Solomona AIGAMAUA (SAUL-ih-mona)

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OL, 6-3, 290............................................................Rowlett, TX

TE, 6-3, 245.......................... Honolulu, HI

FR-HS........................................................Dallas Christian HS

JR-SQ................................... St. Louis HS

HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year varsity letterwinner who started each of 49 games possible as a prep, helping his squad to a 43-6 overall record during the four-year span … team was voted Region II champions (Division I) during his senior campaign and earned a spot in the state semifinals after winning the state title in junior season with a perfect 14-0 mark … also a member of a state finalist during his 2007 sophomore campaign and a playoff squad when he was a freshman in 2006 … team was District champs in each of his final three years … the first freshman to ever start on the offensive line at his high school … earned All-American honors by the National Private School Athletic Association, named to the Dave Campbell Texas Football State Super Team and was the honorable mention MVP for all of Texas private school football as a senior, while ranking among the top 15 offensive linemen and top 80 players overall in Texas … team captain as a senior … also played on the defense line as a senior, collecting 54 tackles, 14.0 tackles for loss, 6.0 sacks, five forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries … earned Division II first-team All-State in each of his final two seasons and first-team All-District in each of his final three campaigns … the only sophomore on the All-District team the first time he received the honor and was also honorable mention All-State … earned All-Region honors by the National Private School Athletic Association as a junior … earned academic All-State honors as both a junior and senior … tabbed a four-star recruit by ESPN, who recognized him as the No. 8 guard in the nation, the No. 33 player overall in Texas and the No. 214 player in the nation … ranks nationally as Scout’s No. 8 center and ESPN’s No. 9 offensive guard … a PrepStar all-region choice who is rated the No. 119 player overall in Texas by the organization … also participated in track and field, taking sixth in the state meet in the shot put as a junior to help his squad win their first state title … class valedictorian.

CAL CAREER: Has been working out the tight ends since the spring of 2010 after having been with the linebackers for his first three seasons in the program from 2007-09 … has played in one career game when he made a pair of unassisted tackles and 0.5 tackle for loss (-1 yards) coming off the bench against Eastern Washington in 2009.

PERSONAL: Full name is Christopher Fulton Adcock … born November 3, 1991 … parents are Jeff and Christina Adcock … father played offensive line at UC Davis from 1979-83 … served as high school’s council historian during the 2009-10 school year … has been on mission trips to Africa and New Orleans … major is undeclared.

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2008: A member of the team but did not see any game action. 2007: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated as the No. 16 player in Hawaii by Scout and Rivals … selected first-team All-State at defensive end by the Honolulu Advertiser and Honolulu Star-Bulletin … All-Interscholastic League of Honolulu honoree … helped lead squad to an 11-1 record (7-0 in league play) in his 2006 senior season with the lone loss coming in the state championship game … also a basketball standout for the Crusaders. PERSONAL: Full name is Solomona Andrew Aigamaua … born October 14, 1989 … parents are Benjamin and Elisapeta Aigamaua … two siblings are older brother, Benjamin, and younger sister, Fuarosa … attended same high school as former Cal teammate and current Jacksonville Jaguar player Tyson Alualu … known as Mona by his teammates … major is undeclared but considering Sociology.

AIGAMAUA’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS G-GS 1-0

UA-A-TOT 0-2-2

FR-HS......................................................................Frontier HS HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-Southwest Yosemite League honors in each of his final two prep seasons, leading the league with 12.0 sacks as a senior after posting 8.0 in his junior campaign ... also had 62 tackles in his final prep campaign when he added an All-Area selection for a squad that was the Division III Central Section runner up and finished with an 11-2 overall record ... posted the biggest games of his senior season against Ridgeview when he recorded 3.0 sacks to earn Defensive Player of the Game honors and vs. Exeter with 12 tackles ... also played basketball and participated in track and field ... an honor roll student all four years of high school who was also named the most academic player on his basketball squad during both his sophomore and junior campaigns. PERSONAL: Full name is Ted Obinna Agu … born May 8, 1992 … major is undeclared but considering Integrative Biology.

TFL 0.5-1

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Tackles: 2 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 0.5 (Eastern Washington, 2009)

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WR, 6-0, 204.........................Sonoma, CA

P, 6-4, 207...........................Camarillo, CA

JR-SQ.................................... Sonoma HS

JR-2V...................................Camarillo HS

CAL CAREER: Has been a member of the team for the last three seasons from 2007-09 but has not seen any game action. 2009: A member of the team but did not see any game action. 2008: A member of the team but did not see any game action. 2007: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: A first-team All-Empire selection as a senior when he was a team captain and team MVP ... also earned honorable mention All-Metro honors and was a candidate for Athlete of the Year in Sonoma County during his senior campaign when he set single-season school records for receptions (58) and receiving yards (1,070), while also establishing a single-game mark with 225 receiving yards in one contest ... earned All-Empire League honors as a junior when he had 21 catches for 635 yards and seven touchdown receptions in just seven games of action ... also a standout golfer, earning All-Empire League honors for four years and being named the Empire League Player of the Year as a senior with a nine-hole average of 36.6. PERSONAL: Full name is Ian Timothy Albrecht ... born October 26, 1988 ... parents are Dennis and Lynne Albrecht ... major is Legal Studies.

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WR/DB, 6-3, 195.............................................Greensboro, NC FR-HS..................................................... Northern Guilford HS 2010: A two-way player who is expected to compete for playing time as a true freshman and see action both as a wide receiver and a defensive back … has garnered several preseason honors prior to the start of his Cal career, including being named the nation top freshman defensive back by Lindy’s … also listed by Lindy’s as the nation’s No. 3 overall incoming freshman in the Pac-10 as well as No. 5 nationally … Athlon and Phil Steele both have him as Cal’s top freshman, with Athlon also picking him as the No. 2 incoming freshman in the nation listed as an “athlete”, while ranking No. 8 in the Pac-10 among all players and No. 26 nationally … Steele also has him as the No. 3 freshman defensive back in the country. HIGH SCHOOL: A five-star recruit according to ESPN, Rivals and Scout … ranked No. 5 in the country on the Rivals250 list, while checking in as both the nation’s top safety and best overall player from North Carolina … the country’s No. 5 “athlete” and No. 33 player overall according to ESPN … listed as the nation’s No. 70 player overall by Sporting News … played in U.S. Army All-American Bowl, returning one punt for 33 yards as well as one kickoff also for 33 yards … named to the Parade All-American squad … listed as the No. 8 player overall by MaxPreps, which also showered him with first-team All-American honors … had a huge season statistically as a senior with 145 tackles and eight interceptions on defense to go along with an astounding 53 offensive touchdowns to help his school win its first 3A Mid-State Conference championship in and finish with a 12-2 overall record … picked off nine passes to go along with 15 pass breakups, 64 tackles and three forced fumbles to earn All-State honors defensively as a junior, while adding 42 receptions for 880 yards and 14 touchdown catches as well as 644 rushing yards and 12 TDs on the ground on only 39 carries on the offensive side of the ball … half-brother of quarterback Zach Maynard, who is transferring from Buffalo to Cal and will be eligible to play for the Bears in 2011 … called “the type of athlete who should make a major impact as a true freshman” by Tom Lemming, while ESPN says “this guy is a really good football player.” PERSONAL: Full name is Keenan Alexander Allen … born April 27, 1992 … parents are stepfather Scott Lang and mother Doris Maynard … major is undeclared.

Bryan ANGER

NATIONAL HONORS CANDIDATE

CAL CAREER: Has posted a 42.3 average on 140 punts in 26 games, recording 30 punts of 50 or more yards, pinning opponents inside their 20-yard line on 50 occasions and forcing opponents to make fair catches 41 times … has posted four of the 12 longest punts in school history … has averaged 40.0 yards per punt or more and had at least one punt of 50 or more yards in a game 16 times, while averaging 50.0 yards per punt or more on three occasions … has a career-long punt of 76 yards at Stanford in 2008 that ranks fourth all-time at Cal, while adding a 75-yarder in the same contest that is tied for fifth … has been on the watch list for the Ray Guy Award given annually to the nation’s top punters in each of the last two seasons in 2008 and 2009 … has been selected the Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week twice, earning the honor once both in 2008 and 2009. 2010: A national honors candidate who has earned several preseason honors, including a third-team All-American selection (Phil Steele) and honorable mention All-American recognition (College Football Insiders, NationalChamps. net), as well as a unanimous first-team All-Pac-10 choice by the four major preseason magazines (Athlon, Lindy’s, Phil Steele, Sporting News) … also a preseason favorite for the College Football Performance Awards Punter Trophy … selected as the nation’s No. 4 draft-eligible punter by Phil Steele, while Lindy’s lists him as the nation’s No. 5 punter. 2009: An honorable mention All-American choice according to College Football Insiders and a first-team All-Pac-10 selection, both for the first time in his career … finished the season with a 41.5 yards per punt average to rank fourth in the Pac-10 on 69 punts, including 14 of 50+ yards and 24 that pinned opponents inside their 20-yard line ... forced opponents into 24 fair catches … twice a College Football Performance Awards Punter Performer of the Week after games at UCLA and Arizona State, and once the Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week following his outing against the Bruins, when he averaged 50.0 yards on seven punts, including a season-long 72-yarder … averaged a career-high 53.0 yards per punt vs. the Sun Devils and pinned ASU inside its 20-yard line on three occasions … pinned opponents inside their 20-yard line at least once in 12 of 13 contests … averaged 40.0 yards or more in eight of 13 contests … had at least one punt of 50 or more yards seven times … booted his second-longest punt of the year with a 60-yarder at Minnesota … punted a career-high-tying eight times against Oregon State for the second consecutive season, averaging 42.4 yards per punt … recipient of team’s J. Scott Duncan Award as MVP on special teams ... a first-team preseason All-American selection by Athlon, while earning second-team mention from NationalChamps.net, Phil Steele and Sporting News … added first-team preseason All-Pac-10 honors according to Athlon, Lindy’s, Phil Steele and Sporting News … ranked as the No. 2 punter in the nation in the preseason by Phil Steele, while Lindy’s had him at No. 3 … on the watch list for the Ray Guy Award and the Collegiate Football Performance Awards Punter of the Year. 2008: Established himself as one of the top punters in the country as a freshman ... named a first-team Freshman All-American by College Football News, Rivals and Sporting News Today ... also a second-team All-Pac-10 choice ... the only freshman in the country as well as the only Pac-10 player to be named a semifinalist for the Ray Guy Award ... won the Bob Simmons Award given to Cal’s Most Valuable Freshman … ranked third in the Pac-10 and 18th nationally with a 43.1 yards per punt average that ranks fifth on Cal’s all-time list … averaged 40.0 or more yards per punt in eight of 13 contests ... chosen the Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week after booming a punt 72 yards, averaging 47.4 yards on seven punts and placing three kicks inside the 20-yard line vs. Arizona State ... set a school single-game record when he averaged a Pac-10 season-high 60.2 yards per punt on four tries vs. Stanford, including two of the longest punts in school history – a 76-yarder on his first boot (No. 4) that was a new Big Game record and a 75-yarder on his second (No. 5-T) that along with the 72-yarder vs. Arizona State were the three longest in the Pac-10 in 2008 ... had a big day at Arizona, averaging 48.4 yards per punt on seven attempts … punted a career-high-tying eight times (40.8 avg) at Oregon State … 26 of 71 punts pinned opponents inside

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their own 20-yard line … had 16 punts of at least 50 yards, with at least one punt of 50 or more yards in nine of 13 contests ... forced opponents into 17 fair catches ... recorded one unassisted tackle at Arizona … had a punt blocked in his first collegiate game vs. Michigan State.

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PK, 6-2, 212............................................................Camas, WA

HIGH SCHOOL: USA Today and EA Sports first-team All-American ... listed as the No. 2 kicker in the country by Rivals and No. 5 according to Scout ... selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep ... a PrepStar All-West Region choice ... garnered CalHiSports first-team All-State honors ... averaged 41.8 yards per punt with 11 being downed inside the 20-yard line as a senior ... also caught 42 passes for 678 yards as a receiver ... selected as his school’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

FR-HS.........................................Union HS/Mountain View HS

PERSONAL: Full name is Bryan Corey Anger … born October 6, 1988 … parents are Mike and Jean Anger ... brother, Michael Jr., played football at San Diego and soccer at UC Irvine … brother, Matt, attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and sister, Sara, is attending Cal State University Channel Islands ... major is undeclared but considering Integrative Biology.

ANGER’S CAREER PUNTING STATISTICS

YEAR G-GS NO YDS AVG 2008 13-0 71 3063 43.1 2009 13-0 69 2861 41.5 Totals 26-0 140 5924 42.3 *Other Stats: Anger had one unassisted tackle in 2008.

LG 76 72 76

BLK 1 0 1

ANGER’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Punts: 8 (twice, last vs. Oregon State, 2009) Punting Yards: 350 (at UCLA, 2009) Punting Average: 60.2 (vs. Stanford, 2008) Long Punt: 76 (vs. Stanford, 2008) 50+ Yard Punts: 4 (twice, last at Arizona State, 2009) Inside 20-Yardline Punts: 3 (nine times, last vs. Oregon State, 2009) Blocked Punts: 1 (vs. Michigan State, 2008)

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DB, 6-0, 196......................... Chandler, AZ SO-1V...................................Chandler HS CAL CAREER: Has played in eight games off the bench during his first two seasons with the program in 2008 and 2009. 2009: Played in eight games … did not record any statistics other than participation. 2008: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Listed as a four-star recruit by Rivals while Scout tabbed him as a three-star prospect … Rivals also listed him as the No. 14 cornerback prospect in the country and the fourth-best overall prospect in Arizona … Scout rated him at No. 40 among the nation’s cornerbacks … selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep … first-team All-State selection as a senior when he posted 77 tackles, 1.0 sack and four interceptions … played in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl … named second-team All-Region and honorable mention All-State as a junior after tallying 58 tackles with five interceptions.

HIGH SCHOOL: An All-State punter as a senior in 2009 when he had a huge season, averaging over 50 yards per punt, recording 56 touchbacks … earned All-Region and first-team All-3A Greater St. Helens League in each of his final two campaigns … added three team MVP honors for special teams … made 18-of-24 field goal attempts during his prep career … squad was back-to-back 3-A Greater St. Helens League titles in each of his final two seasons … posted the nation’s longest punt of the season at 63 yards (all in the air) to win the Ray Guy Longest Punt in the Nation honors during as a junior … also played three seasons of prep soccer and was a second-team All-GSHL choice as a junior in 2008 … participated in the javelin during his senior campaign … also a winner of many awards off the field, being named first-team All-GSHL Academics in each of his final three seasons, while adding a school leadership award and a Senior Class Council spot in his final year of high school … also a member of the Interact Community Service Club and the Senior Associated Student Body. PERSONAL: Full name is Jedidiah William Barnett … born December 18, 1991 … parents are Norman and Eve Barnett … one of five siblings … major is undeclared but considering Business.

Mitchel BARTOLO (bar-TOW-low)

TB, 5-8, 180....................................................... San Diego, CA FR-HS...................................................................Westview HS 2010: Enrolled at Cal in January of 2010 and took part in spring workouts with the Golden Bears. HIGH SCHOOL: An All-Valley League selection as a senior when he rushed for 761 yards and eight touchdowns on 130 carries, while adding 33 receptions for 381 yards … picked up first-team San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic League honors in both his junior and senior campaigns ... carried 118 times for 605 yards and five touchdowns as a junior, with 20 receptions for 221 yards and two scores … team advanced to the section playoffs during each of his final two varsity campaigns, reaching the semifinals during a 9-3 season as a senior in 2008 that was the best in school history … was Player of the Month for both the North County Times and Prep Sports Live during his junior and senior campaigns … also on the school’s track and field squad, earning first-team All-Academic League recognition from the San Diego Union Tribune in both of his final two campaigns … earned his school’s Outstanding Wolverine Award in 2008-09, as well as a National Honor Society and honor roll member who graduated with a 4.1 GPA. PERSONAL: Full name is Mitchel Joseph Bartolo ... born November 23, 1991 ... parents are Robert Bartolo and Bernadette Harris ... major is undeclared but considering Integrative Biology.

PERSONAL: Full name is Marc Phillip Anthony ... born November 14, 1989 ... parents are Gary Janson and Loretta Evans-Janson … major is undeclared but considering African American Studies.

ANTHONY’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2009

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G-GS 8-0

UA-A-TOT 0-0-0

TFL 0.0

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0

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OL, 6-5, 290..........................................................Murrieta, CA

WR, 6-0, 192....................... Lafayette, CA

JR-JC.................................... Palomar CC/Murrieta Valley HS

RFR-RS............................De La Salle HS

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Earned first-team Region III All-California honors on offense as a sophomore in 2009, and was also a unanimous first-team selection at guard to the Southern California Football Association's National Division Southern Conference ... led team to a spot in the state semifinals as a sophomore ... earned his team's academic award in 2009 after posting a 4.0 combined GPA in his two years on campus ... won his school's National Football Foundation Academic Award as a sophomore. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first-team All-Southwestern League honors during both of his final prep campaigns ... squad captured Southwestern League title during his junior campaign. PERSONAL: Full name is Thomas Robert Berry ... born March 29, 1989 ... parents are Tom and Cindy Berry ... major is Economics.

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WR, 6-2, 190....................Sebastopol, CA SO-SQ....................................... Analy HS CAL CAREER: Has appeared in two games over the last two seasons during his two seasons with the program from 2008-09.

2009: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Tallied a team-high 39 receptions for 712 yards and six touchdown catches as a senior for a squad that finished with a 12-2 record, won the East Bay Athletic League and North Coast Section titles, and finished as the state runner-up while being ranked No. 19 nationally ... racked up the recognition in his final prep campaign, earning an All-EBAL selection, his team’s Players Award and a spot in the Contra Costa-Alameda All-Star Classic ... was also named an honorable mention Athlete of the Week by the San Francisco Chronicle on Nov. 5, 2008, the same week the award was won by Cal teammate Dasarte Yarnway of Sacred Heart Cathedral ... started for a MaxPreps national championship team and California state winners as a junior in 2007. PERSONAL: Full name is Jackson Jacob Bouza ... born November 5, 1990 ... parents are Matt and Marianne Bouza ... father, Matt, was a three-year letterwinner on the Cal football squad from 1978-80, and went on to play nine seasons in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers (1981), Baltimore Colts (1982-83) and Indianapolis Colts (1984-89) … major is undeclared but considering Political Economies of Industrial Societies.

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2009: Appeared in the team’s first two games vs. Maryland and Eastern Washington but did not play after those two contests … did not record any stats other than participation.

OL, 6-2, 280................Basking Ridge, NJ

2008: Redshirted … did not play.

2009: Redshirted ... did not play ... selected as the team’s Freshman Lifter of the Year ... named as the nation’s No. 35 incoming freshman offensive lineman by Phil Steele prior to the campaign.

HIGH SCHOOL: Recorded 61 catches for a single-season school record 1,179 receiving yards (117.9 ypg) and nine touchdown receptions as a senior ... opened his 2007 senior campaign with four straight 100-yard receiving games, including a 199-yard outburst (seven catches) against Burton High School in the second week of the year ... numerous honors in his final prep season included first-team All-Sonoma County League, All-Redwood Empire Offense, honorable mention All-Metro, Analy High School Athlete of the Year and team MVP recognition ... also tallied 27 tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery as a senior to land second-team All-SCL recognition on the defensive side of the ball. PERSONAL: Full name is Ross Edward Bostock ... born April 2, 1990 ... parents are Ed and Stephanie Bostock ... major is undeclared but considering Sociology.

BOSTOCK’S CAREER CAL RECEIVING STATISTICS

YEAR 2009

G-GS 2-0

NO 0

YDS 0

AVG 0.0

TD 0

LONG 0

RFR-RS........................... Immaculata HS

HIGH SCHOOL: A four-star recruit and the No. 2 center in the country according to Scout ... also a four-star recruit by Rivals and rated as the media outlet’s No. 6 center in the country and No. 10 overall player in New Jersey ... competed at the 2009 Under Armour All-America High School Football Game following his senior season ... listed as a PrepStar and SuperPrep All-American ... named firstteam All-Area and All-Skyland Conference in his senior campaign in 2008 ... also played defense and had 18 tackles and 1.0 sacks as a senior to lead his team to the state finals and a 10-2 record ... gave up no sacks and had 85 pancake blocks as a junior en route to claiming first-team All-Area and third-team All-State honors as his team was 11-1 and reached the third round of the playoffs before losing its first game of the year. PERSONAL: Full name is Mark Daniel Brazinski ... born May 6, 1991 ... parents are Joseph and Mary Anne Brazinski ... has two brothers that have played college football, with Brian wrapping up his college career at Penn in 2007 and Paul currently playing at Bucknell ... states the fact that Cal has produced recent successful centers such as Alex Mack and Marvin Philip, who have gone on to NFL careers, helped make his decision to attend Cal ... major is Media Studies and also plans to apply to business school, intending to major in both.

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Allan BRIDGFORD

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QB, 6-3, 201................ Mission Viejo, CA

LB, 6-6, 250...................Los Angeles, CA

RFR-RS........................ Mission Viejo HS

SR-2V......................................Dorsey HS

2010: Missed all of 2010 spring practice after undergoing surgery on his right shoulder in January. 2009: Redshirted ... did not play ... named as the nation’s No. 15 incoming freshman quarterback by Phil Steele. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-star recruit by Rivals and Scout from one of the top high school football programs in the country ... Rivals rated him No. 7 on its “pro-style” quarterbacks list for 2009 ... also rated as the nation’s No. 19 quarterback and No. 79 overall player by ESPN, while Tom Lemming checked him in at No. 55 overall and CBS College Sports had him at No. 62 ... played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... selected for the Under Armour All-America High School Football Game and the Orange County North/South Prep All-Star Football Game ... winner of the 2009 Glenn Davis Award at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, which exemplifies the Army’s high standards of excellence in community service, education and athletics ... participated in the Elite 11 quarterback camp ... rated fifth among the nation’s most accurate throwers by Rivals ... earned several accolades during his senior year, including 2008 South Coast League Co-Offensive MVP and team MVP honors, as well as All-SCL recognition when he led his team to the section playoffs ... completed 61.3 percent of his passes during his senior year (184-of-300), amassing single-season school records and nationally-leading totals of 3,058 passing yards (254.8 ypg) and 38 touchdowns throws with his 184 pass completions also a single-season mark ... threw for 2,508 yards and 22 scores on 177-of-288 passing as a junior when he was the SCL MVP, and also earned team MVP and first-team All-SCL honors ... left Mission Viejo as its all-time leader in passing yards (7,208), passes attempted (661), passes completed (430) and passing touchdowns (77) after leading his team to the playoffs in each of his three seasons as the starting signal-caller, as well as the SCL title as a sophomore in 2006 ... his 29 career 100-yard passing games were also a school record ... set several additional single-game school records, including most passing yards (453), passes attempted (44), passes completed (30) and the highest percentage of passes completed (100.0%, 11-11). PERSONAL: Full name is Allan Linley Bridgford III ... born March 6, 1991 ... parents are Richard and Susan Bridgford ... oldest of five children ... has been involved with the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation for most of his life after a close family friend was stricken with cancer at a young age ... has volunteered at Second Harvest Food Bank ... major is undeclared but considering American Studies.

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TB, 5-11, 215........................ Pacoima, CA FR-HS............................. Birmingham HS 2010: Enrolled early at Cal for the 2010 spring semester and practiced with the team during 2010 spring football workouts. HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as the nation’s No. 14 tailback/slotback according to Tom Lemming, the No. 35 running back by Rivals and the No. 78 running back with ESPN … checked in as the No. 55 prospect on the Rivals list of all players from the state of California … a PrepStar all-region choice … a member of the SuperPrep All-Far West squad … ran for 1,513 yards and 21 touchdowns on 173 carries as a junior to earn All-City honors in Los Angeles but missed nearly his entire senior campaign with an ankle injury … “a quality running back prospect with good measurables” according to ESPN.

CAL CAREER: Has played in 27 games with one start, recording 13 tackles (five unassisted, eight assisted) with 2.0 tackles for loss (-10 yards), 1.0 sack (-9 yards), a fumble recovery and two pass breakups … wore number 57 for his first three seasons in the program before switching to his current number 47 beginning in 2009 … has played both linebacker and defensive end during his Cal career. 2009: Played in all 13 contests, including the first start of his career at outside linebacker in the regular-season finale at Washington ... contributed five tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss (no yards) … had a season-high two tackles against Eastern Washington, and one each in contests vs. Maryland and Oregon State, as well as at Stanford when he also recorded his half tackle for loss. 2008: Played in all 13 games primarily on special teams and as a backup defensive end, compiling eight tackles (three unassisted, five assisted) with 1.5 tackles for loss (-10 yards), 1.0 sack (-9 yards), a fumble recovery and two pass breakups … most extensive action came against Colorado State when he had a career-high four tackles, including a nine-yard sack … recorded his fumble recovery at Maryland … his tackle at Washington State was also a half tackle for loss … pass breakups came in games vs. Michigan State and Arizona State. 2007: Made his college debut in the Louisiana Tech game but did not record any statistics other than participation. 2006: Redshirted due to shoulder surgery … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: PrepStar All-America selection ... also a member of the SuperPrep All-Far West team ... ranked No. 22 among defensive ends in the country and was the No. 78 prospect at his position in California according to Rivals ... named by Scout as the No. 45 defensive end in America ... in the final Rivals regional ranking, he checked in at No. 61 overall ... played on an 11-3 team and City of Los Angeles semifinalist as a senior ... credited with 21.0 sacks, eight fumble recoveries and six forced fumbles over the last two seasons of his prep career ... recorded 12.0 sacks as a senior ... a member of the National Honor Society and Dean’s List ... invited to the CaliFlorida Bowl. PERSONAL: Full name is Keith Browner … born April 7, 1988 … parents are Keith Sr. and Charisse Browner ... father was a standout at USC and played in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Los Angeles Raiders, San Francisco 49ers and San Diego Chargers ... other Browner football standouts include Joey, Ross, Jim and Willard … Joey played at USC before embarking on a 10-year NFL career with Minnesota and Tampa Bay … Ross, Jim and Willard all played collegiately at Notre Dame, with Ross also playing 10 seasons in the NFL for Cincinnati and Green Bay, while Jim spent two years with Cincinnati … one of five siblings … major is American Studies.

BROWNER’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 1-0 13-0 13-1 27-1

UA-A-TOT 0-0-0 3-5-8 2-3-5 5-8-13

TFL 0.0-0 1.5-10 0.5-0 2.0-10

SACK INT PBU 0-0.0 0 0 1.0-9 0 2 0.0-0 0 0 1.0-9 0 2

BROWNER’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 4 (vs. Colorado State, 2008) Tackles For Loss: 1.0 (vs. Colorado State, 2008) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. Colorado State, 2008) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (at Maryland, 2008) Pass Breakups: 1 (twice, last vs. Arizona State, 2008)

PERSONAL: Full name is Trajuan Dewitt Briggs … born May 6, 1992 … mother is Nikywa Prevosts … major is undeclared but considering Mass Communications.

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Michael CALVIN

WR, 6-2, 204................. San Lorenzo, CA

DB, 6-0, 206............North Las Vegas, NV

JR-2V..............................San Lorenzo HS

JR-2V..................................Cheyenne HS

CAL CAREER: Has played in 14 games with one start, making nine receptions for 112 yards … wore number 84 for his first three seasons with the program before changing to number 11 for the 2010 season.

CAL CAREER: Has played in 23 games all off the bench primarily as a special teams player and reserve safety … has contributed 18 tackles (13 unassisted, five assisted) and two fumble recoveries.

2009: Played in 10 games, including his first career start vs. Arizona, with one reception for nine yards coming against Washington State. 2008: Played in four of the first five games off the bench with at least one catch in each contest before suffering a season-ending knee injury in practice … made eight catches for 103 yards … posted his best game at Maryland with five catches for 69 yards, including a career-long 23-yard reception … added one reception each at Washington State (12 yards), and vs. Arizona State (18 yards) and Colorado State (four yards). 2007: Redshirted … did not play … earned Scout Team Player of the Year honors for offense. HIGH SCHOOL: A SuperPrep All-America choice and All-Far West team selection ... rated No. 25 among the nation’s wide receivers by Scout ... Rivals ranked him No. 58 in the nation among wide receivers and No. 66 overall in California ... listed on the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West” team ... earned a No. 2 ranking on the 2007 Contra Costa Times’ “Cream of the Crop” list ... a PrepStar All-West Region choice ... averaged 146 yards of total offense per game while leading his team in receiving, scoring and kicking as a senior ... tallied 39 receptions for 789 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior in 2006, while also recording five interceptions on defense ... had 27 receptions for 665 yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior when he earned All-Area and second-team All-Hayward Area Athletic League honors on both sides of the ball (wide receiver and safety) ... had his best game with four touchdowns and 112 receiving yards against San Jose Mission, while also kicking a pair of extra points, snagging an interception and recording 10 tackles. PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Gregory Calvin ... born June 7, 1989 … parents are Ricky Robertson and Nancy Lauridsen … major is undeclared but considering Sociology. YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

CALVIN’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS G-GS 4-0 10-1 14-1

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NO 8 1 9

YDS 103 9 112

AVG 12.9 9.0 12.4

TD 0 0 0

CALVIN’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Receptions: 5 (at Maryland, 2008) Receiving Yards: 69 (at Maryland, 2008) Long Reception: 23 (at Maryland, 2008)

LONG 23 9 23

2009: Played in 12 of 13 games off the bench, recording 14 tackles and recovering two fumbles to rank tied for seventh in Pac-10 with an average of 0.17 fumbles recovered per game … recorded a career-best three tackles in the Big Game at Stanford, while picking up two in each of the first three contests vs. Maryland, vs. Eastern Washington and at Minnesota, and again vs. Washington State … added a single tackle at UCLA, at Washington and vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl … fumble recoveries came against Maryland and at Oregon with both coming on opponent kick returns, leading to a touchdown vs. the Terrapins and a field goal against the Ducks. 2008: Played in 11 games off the bench and recorded four tackles … had a season-high two tackles at Arizona, as well as one each vs. Colorado State and Washington. 2007: Redshirted … did not play … earned Scout Team Player of the Year honors for defense. HIGH SCHOOL: Selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep ... a PrepStar All-West Region choice ... Rivals listed him as the No. 3 prospect in Nevada and No. 58 among all players classified as “athletes” in the nation ... a two-time first-team All-State selection as well as a two-time All-Sunset Northwest League pick ... collected a team-best 61 tackles, eight interceptions (four returned for touchdowns), two forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries as a senior cornerback ... also recorded 10 rushing touchdowns, 751 yards passing and three interceptions as a junior. PERSONAL: Full name is Darion Lamar Campbell Jr. … born July 24, 1989 … parents are Delaney and Valencia Meyer … major is Social Welfare.

CAMPBELL’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 11-0 12-0 23-0

UA-A-TOT 4-0-4 9-5-14 13-5-18

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0-0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 2 0 2

CAMPBELL’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 3 (at Stanford, 2009) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (twice, last at Oregon, 2009)

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LB, 6-3, 238........................ Lafayette, CA RFR-RS............................... Acalanes HS 2009: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: ESPN ranked him the No. 10 inside linebacker in California and No. 73 at his position nationally ... earned an All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League player in his junior and senior seasons at both linebacker and center ... was also named to the All-Metro team as a linebacker by the San Francisco Chronicle as a senior, when he recorded 109 tackles and 6.0 sacks ... added second-team All-DFAL honors in baseball as a utility player during his senior campaign when he hit .368 and drove in a team-high 18 runs. PERSONAL: Full name is Daniel William Camporeale ... born October 9, 1991 ... parents are Ken and Diane Camporeale ... father played quarterback at Cabrillo College ... major is undeclared but considering Political Economies of Industrial Societies.

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WR, 6-3, 190..................................................Los Angeles, CA FR-HS....................................................................... Santee HS 2010: Listed at No. 48 nationally among freshman wide receivers prior to the season by Phil Steele. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-star selection of both Rivals and Scout … checked in at No. 130 on the Rivals250 list, as well as No. 17 on the media outlet’s national list of wide receivers and No. 20 for all California players … ranked as Scout’s No. 60 wide receiver nationally and No. 56 for all California players … ESPN had him No. 66 nationally at wide receiver … a member of the SuperPrep All-Far West team … totaled 42 receptions for 1,117 yards and eight touchdown catches as a senior, while also contributing 84 tackles, two interceptions and four forced fumbles defensively to earn All-City honors in Los Angeles on both sides of the ball … among players receiving votes as a wide receiver for the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s Best in the West team in his senior campaign … had a solid junior season on offense with 28 receptions for 833 yards and 11 TDs, while excelling defensively with 119 tackles, five fumble recoveries and four forced fumbles to earn Southern League Defensive Player of the Year and first-team All-City honors … placed third in the state in the 200 and fourth in the 100-meter dash as a junior after winning the Los Angeles City title in the 200 and finishing second in the 100 … has a best of 10.61 in the 100 meters and 21.21 in the 200, which was the second-fastest time in California in 2009 … did not compete in track and field as a senior in 2010 in order to focus on football … called “one of the fastest players in California” by Scout.

his interceptions halted opponents’ scoring drives deep in Cal territory … his first pick came at the Cal six-yard line with the Bears up 24-14 in the fourth quarter vs. Arizona State ... also stopped a UCLA drive at the Cal three-yard line, returning the interception nine yards ... his final pick came in Cal’s own end zone vs. Oregon. 2007: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated the No. 12 prospect in Illinois and the No. 50 safety in the country by Rivals ... selected to the All-Midwest team by SuperPrep ... earned All-Chicago Public Illini-Prairie State, All-City and All-State honors as a senior when he totaled 36 tackles with four interceptions and two blocked kicks ... threw for 1,257 yards while rushing for 800 from the quarterback position in his final prep season ... helped his team to the state semifinals as a junior in 2005 and the Chicago City title during his 2006 senior campaign ... the first Jeff Tedford recruit from the state of Illinois ... the only top-30 prospect of his class in Illinois to venture out of the Midwest to the West Coast. PERSONAL: Full name is Sean M. Cattouse … born October 4, 1988 ... parents are Michael and Sally Cattouse ... major is Social Welfare.

CATTOUSE’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 11-2 13-6 24-8

UA-A-TOT 8-5-13 28-9-37 36-14-50

TFL 0.5-1 2.0-2 2.5-3

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Justin CHEADLE (CHEE-dull)

JR-2V................................Bakersfield HS

JR-2V.................................... Hubbard HS

2010: A first-team preseason All-Pac-10 choice according to both Lindy’s and Sporting News, while checking on third-team preseason squads of Athlon and Phil Steele … listed by Phil Steele as the nation’s No. 20 draft-eligible strong safety and as one of Cal’s “Players to Watch” by Lindy’s … missed the majority of 2010 spring ball when he broke his thumb during the team’s fourth of 15 practices but is expected to be fully recovered for the 2010 season. 2009: An All-Pac-10 honorable mention selection … earned the Stub Allison Award given to Cal’s Most Inspirational Player ... played in all 13 games and started the final six contests, recording 37 tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss (-2 yards) one interception and three pass breakups … had identical career-hightying totals of eight tackles and 1.0 tackle for loss for a minus-one yard loss vs. both Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl and against Oregon State … also had an interception vs. Oregon State … had four tackles both at Stanford and at Washington … posted a career-high two pass breakups at Arizona State … had at least one tackle in each of his last 12 games after not making a tackle in the season-opener vs. Maryland. 2008: Played in 11 games with two starts, tying for second on the team with three interceptions that he returned for 24 yards and 13 tackles … averaged 0 .27 picks per game to rank No. 10 in the Pac-10 … added five pass breakups for an average of 0.45 per game to rank No. 14 in the Pac10 … had a half tackle for loss (-1 yard) … made his first career start for an injured Brett Johnson in the Big Game vs. Stanford and came through with a season-high five tackles ... also started vs. Miami, Fla. in the Emerald Bowl, finishing with three stops and the half tackle for loss (-1 yard) ... all three of

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OL, 6-2, 290.....................Bakersfield, CA

DB, 6-2, 216............................Chicago, IL

CAL CAREER: Has played in 24 games with eight starts, recording 50 tackles (36 unassisted, 14 assisted), 2.5 tackles for loss (-3 yards), four interceptions that he has returned for 24 yards and eight pass breakups.

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

Tackles: 8 (twice, last Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 1.0 (twice, last Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009) Interceptions: 1 (four times, last vs. Oregon State, 2009) Pass Breakups: 2 (at Arizona State, 2009)

PERSONAL: Full name is Tevin D. Carter … September 13, 1992 … mother is Rosalind Wright … major is undeclared.

Sean CATTOUSE

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 3-24 5 0.0-0 1-0 3 0.0-0 4-24 8

CAL CAREER: Has played in 22 games with 14 starts during his three seasons with the program from 2007-09. 2009: Started all 13 games at right guard ... recipient of team’s Bob Tessier Award as the Most Improved Offensive Lineman. 2008: Appeared in nine games, including his first career start when he filled in for an injured Noris Malele at right guard vs. Oregon ... also saw extensive action at USC. 2007: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated as the top offensive guard in Central California and No. 13 overall in the nation by Scout ... selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep ... the No. 42 overall recruit in the state of California according to Rivals ... listed on the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West” team ... PrepStar All-West Region choice ... third-team All-State, two-time All-Area first-team and three-time All-Southeast Yosemite League honoree ... helped his squad to the CIF Central section title his junior year ... also nationally rated as a defensive tackle by Rivals ... earned All-Area and All-SYL distinctions in basketball during his sophomore and junior seasons ... earned numerous academic achievements, including the Project BEST Academic Merit Scholar award and the Most Outstanding AVID Student award ... a member of the National Honor Society and ranked in the top five percent of his class. PERSONAL: Full name is Justin DeWayne Cheadle … born March 11, 1989 … parents are DeWayne and Patricia Cheadle … had one uncle, John Tarver, who played four seasons in the NFL with the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles after a college career at Colorado … two other uncles, Bernard and Roger Tarver, played college football for USC and Washington, respectively … major is American Studies.

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Austin CLARK

DL, 6-0, 280............................. Tampa, FL RFR-RS...................................... Plant HS 2009: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Had a strong senior campaign for a state championship squad that finished with a 14-1 overall record after losing its season-opener ... earned first-team All-Western Conference National Division honors while recording 104 tackles and 12.0 sacks with at least one sack in 10 different contests ... added a pair of fumble recoveries and two passes defended in his final prep campaign ... totaled 115 tackles with 7.0 sacks and an interception as a junior, when his squad posted an 11-2 final record with the losses coming in the seasonopener and a playoff game to end the campaign with an 11-game win streak sandwiched in the middle. PERSONAL: Full name is Austin Larue Clark ... born August 3, 1990 ... parents are Alan and Charlotte Clark ... sister, Adrienne, is an assistant softball coach at Columbia and played college softball at Hofstra, where she recorded a string of consecutive innings pitched without allowing a run that were the second most in NCAA history … major is undeclared but considering American Studies.

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Kaelin CLAY (KAY-lynn)

WR, 5-9, 175.................................................. Long Beach, CA FR-HS............................................................................Poly HS HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as the No. 53 wide receiver nationally by Rivals and the media outlet’s No. 79 player overall in California … began his SuperPrep All-American and All-Moore League senior season as a wide receiver before moving to the backfield for the final four games … rushed for 1,048 and posted another 524 receiving to combine for 1,572 rushing and receiving yards as a senior, while scoring 15 touchdowns (eight receiving, seven rushing) and adding 13 punt returns for 206 yards … caught 20 passes for 502 yards and six TDs in his junior campaign on a squad that won the Southern Section title … finished third in the state in 100-meter dash (10.44) and fourth in the 200 (21.07) as a senior in 2010 with career-best times in both … track and field squad won Moore League titles in each his four seasons, while he was a four-time winner (100 meters, 200 meters, 4x100 meter relay, 4x400 meter relay) at the league track and field meet in each of his final two seasons, as well as the winner in both the 100 and 200-meter dash for each of his final three campaigns … “appears to be set to follow in the great tradition of wide receivers coming from the Poly program” according to Tom Lemming. PERSONAL: Full name is Kaelin Jesse Clay … born January 3, 1992 … parents are Rodney Clay and Joi King … major is undeclared.

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DL, 6-6, 306............................Seattle, WA RFR-RS..................................Garfield HS 2009: Redshirted ... did not play … named the nation’s No. 24 incoming freshman defensive lineman by Phil Steele. HIGH SCHOOL: Tabbed the top player in the Northwest by the Tacoma News-Tribune and the only player from the state of Washington to play in the prestigious U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... earned 2009 Parade Magazine All-America and first-team All-State honors as a senior, when he recorded 46 tackles to go along with 2.0 sacks and a fumble recovery ... recorded 45

tackles and two forced fumbles as a 2007 junior ... labeled a four-star recruit by Rivals and a three-star prospect according to Scout ... Rivals also tabbed him as the top player in the state of Washington for the 2009 class and the No. 11 defensive tackle prospect in the nation ... chosen a CBS College Sports Super Prospect and a PrepStar Dream Team player ... a SuperPrep All-Region selection and the No. 2 player overall from Washington ... listed as the nation’s No. 80 overall prospect by ESPN and the organization’s No. 14 defensive tackle nationally ... Tom Lemming rated him No. 19 among the nation’s defensive tackles ... another in a line of defensive players from Washington to sign with Cal recently, including current teammate Trevor Guyton and recent Golden Bear linebacker Anthony Felder ... also played on the offensive line as a prep. PERSONAL: Full name is Deandre Lamar Coleman ... born January 27, 1991 ... parents are Randy Washington and Deborah V. Coleman ... major is undeclared but considering Sociology.

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Michael COLEY

DB, 6-2, 207......................................................Hyattsville, MD FR-HS..................................................... DeMatha Catholic HS HIGH SCHOOL: Checked in on the country’s list of top safeties at No. 45 (ESPN), No. 69 (Scout) and No. 70 (Rivals) … ranked as the No. 16 player in the state of Maryland by Rivals … selected second-team All-State by ESPN and All-Region according to SuperPrep as a senior when he led his squad to an 11-1 overall mark, recording 65 tackles and 20 passes defended to go along with a pair of forced fumbles and a fumble recovery … recorded 68 tackles as a junior when team won a league title for the fifth straight season … a three-year prep starter who led his school to a 31-5 overall record from 2007-09 … “an exceptional athlete with a great combination of quickness, speed, football skills and intelligence,” according to ESPN. PERSONAL: Full name is Michael T. Coley … born August 27, 1992 … parents are Jermaine and Pamela Lowe … major is undeclared.

Chris CONTE (CON-tee)

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DB, 6-3, 212...................Los Angeles, CA SR-3V.......................................Loyola HS CAL CAREER: Has played in 38 games with five starts and compiled career totals of 85 tackles (54 unassisted, 31 assisted), 2.0 tackles for loss (-8 yards), one interception, eight pass breakups, a fumble recovery and one kick return that he brought back 14 yards. 2009: Played in all 13 games with one start, when he was in for the opening defensive snap vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl … finished the season with 25 tackles and one pass breakup… had his most productive statistical game of the season vs. Washington State when he recorded five tackles … also had four tackles and his lone pass breakup of the campaign in the previous contest at UCLA, while picking up three stops at Arizona State and vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl when he also had the first kick return of his career for 14 yards … named the nation’s No. 45 cornerback in the preseason by Phil Steele. 2008: A reserve cornerback who played in 12 games with one start coming at USC … played primarily in passing situations, finishing the season with 28 tackles, 1.0 tackle for loss (-5 yards), one interception and seven pass breakups to rank No. 18 in the Pac-10 with an average of 0.58 per game ... best performance came vs. Colorado State, when he finished with a seasonhigh eight tackles and had a career-high-tying two pass breakups ... also had five stops both vs. Stanford and in the Emerald Bowl against Miami, Fla., where he also equaled a career-best with a pair of pass breakups … recorded a five-yard tackle for loss among his three tackles at Oregon State ... picked off a Rudy Carpenter pass vs. Arizona State ... had a single pass breakup in three consecutive contests vs. UCLA, vs. Oregon and at USC … broke a thumb vs. Stanford and missed the regular-season finale vs. Washington.

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2007: Played in all 13 games with three starts, recording 32 tackles, 1.0 tackle for loss (-3 yards) and a fumble recovery … earned honorable mention Freshman All-America honors from Sporting News and Scout ... recorded a career-high 10 tackles in his starting debut vs. Washington State … recorded five tackles and recovered a fumble the following contest vs. USC … added four tackles against Louisiana Tech and three at Colorado State … recorded the most tackles by a true freshman at Cal since Donnie McCleskey had 45 in 2002. HIGH SCHOOL: Listed at No. 21 among the best safeties in the nation by Rivals and No. 64 according to Scout ... Rivals also placed him as the No. 35 overall player in California ... selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep ... recorded 58 tackles with four interceptions as a senior, while catching 43 passes for 614 yards and five touchdowns on offense ... had 38 tackles and a pair of interceptions from his safety spot for a CIF Division I championship team during his 2005 junior campaign. PERSONAL: Full name is Christopher Michael Conte … born February 23, 1989 … parents are Mark and Anne Conte … major is undeclared but considering American Studies. YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

CONTE’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS G-GS 13-3 12-1 13-1 38-5

UA-A-TOT 20-12-32 15-13-28 19-6-25 54-31-85

TFL 1.0-3 1.0-5 0.0-0 2.0-8

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0 0.0-0 1-0 7 0.0-0 0 1 0.0-0 1-0 8

FF FR 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

CONTE’S CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 13-3 12-1 13-1 38-5

NO 0 0 1 1

YDS 0 0 14 14

AVG 0.0 0.0 14.0 14.0

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 0 0 0 0

CONTE’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

(cuh-STAN-zo)

COSTANZO’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 3-0 7-0 12-0 22-0

UA-A-TOT 1-0-1 1-1-2 2-2-4 4-3-7

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-2 1.0-2

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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DL, 6-2, 278.......................... Danville, CA SR-2V.............................. Monte Vista HS CAL CAREER: Has played in 22 games all off the bench primarily as a backup defensive lineman with seven tackles (four unassisted, three assisted) and 1.0 tackle for loss (-2 yards) … has changed his uniform number to 55 for his 2010 senior season after being number 77 in each of his first four campaigns with the program. 2010: Missed a portion of the 2010 spring practice sessions after suffering an appendicitis. 2009: Played in all 12 games regular-season games off the bench, contributing four tackles and 1.0 tackle for loss (-2 yards), but did not play in the team’s Poinsettia Bowl contest vs. Utah … had single stops in home games vs. Maryland, Eastern Washington and Washington State, as well as at Washington in the regular-season finale … record his tackle for loss in the season-opener against Maryland. 2008: Had a pair of tackles in seven games played off the bench … stops came against Colorado State and Washington. 2007: Saw action in three games (at Colorado State, vs. Louisiana Tech and at Washington), notching his first career tackle in the Washington contest. 2006: Redshirted after suffering a knee injury in preseason camp … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: A high school All-America selection by PrepStar … rated

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PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Richard Costanzo … born April 28, 1988 … parents are Rich and Cindy Costanzo … father was an offensive lineman at Nebraska and for the Dallas Cowboys ... also known as “DJ BIG RED” for his role a sidekick for Cal wide receiver and rapper Alex “LOGGY” Lagemann … has spent time producing his own music and pursuing a career as a music producer while also considering an audio engineering degree … major is American Studies.

Tackles: 1 (seven times, last at Washington, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 1.0 (vs. Maryland, 2009)

Tackles: 10 (vs. Washington State, 2007) Tackles For Loss: 1.0 (at Oregon State, 2008) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (vs. USC, 2007) Interceptions: 1 (vs. Arizona State, 2008) Pass Breakups: 2 (twice, last Emerald Bowl vs. Miami, 2008)

Michael COSTANZO

No. 17 nationally among defensive tackle prospects and the No. 30 player overall in California by Rivals ... rated No. 18 nationally at defensive tackle according to Scout … All-Region selection by SuperPrep, which listed him as the No. 30 overall prospect for the states of California, Nevada and Hawaii … two-time member of the San Francisco Chronicle All-Metro team and listed on the Rivals 250 list ... a first-team selection on the prestigious CalHiSports All-State squad, rated No. 4 on the Contra Costa Times “Cream of the Crop” squad, Long Beach Press-Telegram “Best in the West” honorable mention selection as a senior in 2005 … three-time All-East Bay Athletic League pick and the conference MVP in his senior campaign ... honored by multiple media outlets as both an offensive and defensive lineman … ended his prep career with 175 tackles and 26.0 sacks ... had 33.0 tackles behind the line of scrimmage over his last two high school campaigns … preseason high school All-American by Sports Illustrated prior to his senior campaign when he played on an 11-1 squad that reached the sectional semifinals ... also participated in track and field for two years.

OL, 6-3, 280.......................................Rosarito Beach, Mexico FR-HS................................................... Cathedral Catholic HS 2010: Named by Phil Steele as the nation’s No. 30 offensive lineman prior to the season. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-star recruit by ESPN, Scout, Tom Lemming and Rivals … selected as the No. 6 offensive tackle and No. 85 overall player in the nation according to Max Emfinger … invited to play in the Max Emfinger All-American Bowl, the Offensive-Defensive All-American Bowl and the Aloha Prep All-American Bowl … checked in as the nation’s No. 11 offensive guard by ESPN, as well as the No. 19 and No. 20 offensive tackle according to Tom Lemming and Scout, respectively … listed at No. 99 on the PrepStar Dream Team … checked in on the Rivals250 list of the nation’s top overall players at No. 209, while Scout has him at No. 221 nationally … ranks No. 26 among the country’s top offensive linemen and the No. 30 overall player in California according to Rivals … a member of the SuperPrep All-America 290 squad as the No. 38 offensive lineman in the country … No. 19 on Tom Lemming’s list of the nation’s top offensive tackles, while he checks in at No. 20 on Scout’s list … ranks as the No. 34 player overall in California/Nevada/ Hawaii by SuperPrep … led his team to Division II state title with a 15-0 mark as a junior … squad captured section and Eastern League titles in each of his last three seasons while winning 34 of its final 35 games with Crosthwaite on the squad … named a first-team Medium Schools All-American, a third-team All-American and a Division II All-State choice by MaxPreps as a senior, while adding his school’s Lineman of the Year selection … also named first-team All-State for his class by MaxPreps as a junior … earned all-San Diego Section, All-City, All-Eastern League and All-Area recognition in each of his final two prep seasons … also played basketball and track and field during his freshman season, averaging 16.0 points per game and his team’s “Best Rebounder” award on the hardwood as his squad reached the playoffs … “a very good offensive lineman that has a lot of tools and a nasty attitude in finishing blocks,” according to ESPN.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Alejandro Crosthwaite … born October 25, 1991 … parents are Alejandro and Mildred Crosthwaite … has worked during the summer helping his father’s business build high-rise buildings … grew up in Mexico and played primarily soccer until moving to the United States in the sixth grade … major is undeclared but considering Business Administration.

Vincenzo D’AMATO (vin-CHEN-zo)

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PK, 6-1, 201....................Lake Forest, CA SO-1V......................................El Toro HS 2009: Shared placekicking duties (extra points, field goals and kickoffs) for much of the season with Giorgio Tavecchio … played in 10 of 13 games, seeing action in all of the team’s contests other than home games vs. Washington State, Oregon State and Arizona ... ranked third on the team in scoring with 52 points, connecting on 7-of-12 field goals (58.3%) and all 31 of his extra-point tries, tying for first in the Pac-10 in the latter as one of five conference kickers that reached the minimum number of attempts with a 1.000 percentage … was eighth in the Pac-10 scoring for kickers with an average of 5.2 points per game and ninth in field goals per game (0.70) … booted a career-long 47-yard field goal at Oregon … made both of his field goal attempts in the Big Game at Stanford, connecting on a 21-yarder for Cal’s first points late in the opening quarter to start a rally from a 14-0 deficit and its last points with 2:42 remaining in the contest for the final 34-28 margin … his 2-for-2 field goal game at Stanford was one of 28 times a Pac-10 kicker was perfect on field goals in a game in 2009 on at least two attempts … in addition to his career-long make at Oregon, also had single field goals in contests vs. Maryland (31 yards), Eastern Washington (19 yards) and USC (29 yards), as well as at Washington (29 yards) … had the most PAT’s both made and attempted in the Pac-10 in 2009 by going 8-for-8 against Eastern Washington and also tied for the second-most PAT’s made and attempted in a game in the Pac-10 with three others, including teammate Giorgio Tavecchio, by going 7-for-7 in the season-opener against Maryland … was also perfect in PAT attempts at Minnesota (5-5), at UCLA (3-3), at Stanford (4-4), at Washington (1-1) and vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl (3-3) … had his top scoring game against Eastern Washington when he tallied 11 points on a 19-yard field goal and eight extra points … also had double-digit scoring efforts with 10 points both vs. Maryland (1 FG, 7-7 PAT) and at Stanford (2 FG, 4-4 PAT) … the only Cal player to score in back-to-back games at Oregon and vs. USC, with one field goal in each contest … made his only field goal attempt from inside 20 yards, while going 4-of-5 from 20-29 yards, 1-of-2 from 30-39 yards and 1-of-4 from 40-49 yards … did not have a field goal or extra point attempt blocked … had one touchback and averaged 59.7 yards per kickoff on 11 attempts. HIGH SCHOOL: Booted 13 field goals (including five from 40 yards or more) and 30 extra points while putting 94 percent of his kickoffs into the end zone as a senior ... had a season-long field goal of 48 yards during his senior campaign ... earned first-team All-County honors, Special Teams MVP of the Sea View League and All-State recognition from CalHiSports and MaxPreps as a senior ... made 17 field goals and all 33 of his PATs as a junior. PERSONAL: Full name is Vincenzo D’Amato … born March 28, 1991 … parents are Antonio and Veronica D’Amato … major is undeclared but considering Business Administration.

D’AMATO’S CAREER KICKING STATISTICS

YEAR G-GS FG-FGA PCT 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 LG BLK PAT PTS 2009 10-0 7-12 58.3 1-1 4-5 1-2 1-4 0-0 47 0 31-31 52

D’AMATO’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Field Goals Made: 2 (at Stanford, 2009) Field Goals Attempted: 2 (five times, last at Stanford, 2009) Field Goal Percentage (with most field goals made if tie): 100.0, 2-2 (at Stanford, 2009) Long Field Goal: 47 (at Oregon, 2009) PAT’s Made: 8 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) PAT’s Attempted: 8 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) PAT Percentage (with most PAT’s made if tie): 100.0, 8-8 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Kickoffs: 3 (twice, last at UCLA, 2009) Kickoff Yards: 184 (at UCLA, 2009) Kickoff Average: 65.5, 2-131 (at Oregon, 2009) Points: 11 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009)

Ryan DAVIS

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LB, 6-4, 250...................Los Angeles, CA JR-RS......... Cerritos College/Artesia HS 2009: Redshirted ... did not play ... named the nation’s No. 33 incoming junior college player by Phil Steele prior to the season. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Listed as a three-star junior college prospect by Rivals and ranked No. 98 among junior college players across the nation by the organization, while SuperPrep listed him at No. 48 nationally ... played in 11 games in 2008, recording 39 tackles, 16.0 tackles for loss and 11.0 sacks to go along with three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries ... the only player to earn unanimous first-team All-National Division Central Conference honors in 2008 ... also started all nine games as a 2007 freshman, finishing with 11 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, 1.0 sack and five quarterback hurries. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-Suburban League honors as a junior ... recorded 6.0 sacks in a game vs. Mayfair High School ... also a member of Artesia’s track and field team. PERSONAL: Full name is Ryan Terryl Davis ... born December 27, 1986 ... parents are Terryl Davis and Rosalind Robinson ... major is undeclared but considering American Studies.

Covaughn DeBOSKIE-JOHNSON (COE-von)

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(duh-BOSS-key)

TB, 5-11, 207....................... Chandler, AZ SO-1V...................................Hamilton HS CAL CAREER: Wore number 28 during his first two years with the program in 2008 and 2009 but has changed his number to 33 prior to the 2010 campaign. 2009: Played in nine games off the bench and was third on the team with 211 rushing yards on 31 carries for a 6.8 per carry average that was second among the team’s running backs, while adding one touchdown on the ground …rushed for 10 or more yards on 29.0% of his runs with his nine double-digit rushes ranking third on the team … also returned one kick for 14 yards in the regular-season finale at Washington … had his biggest game of the season in the team’s second contest of the campaign, rushing for 92 yards on 11 carries (both careerhighs), while also picking up both his first career rushing touchdown on a one-yard run with 0:20 to go in the game and the longest run of his career with a 30-yard jaunt earlier on the same drive during a 59-7 Cal win … was also productive in the team’s season-opening 52-13 win over Maryland, rushing for 54 yards on nine carries … picked up 41 yards on six carries with a long run of 26 yards in a 49-17 triumph over Washington State … also had a run of 14 yards at Stanford (2 rushes, 17 yards total) and one of 12 yards in his only attempt vs. Arizona.

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2008: Redshirted … did not play … took full part in 2008 spring drills after graduating early from high school and enrolling at Cal in January of 2008. HIGH SCHOOL: A SuperPrep All-America and All-Far West team choice ... listed as the No. 27 all-purpose running back in the nation by Rivals as well as the No. 12 prospect in Arizona for all players by the organization ... rated as the No. 28 running back nationally and a four-star recruit by Scout ... rushed for 821 yards and 13 touchdowns while adding 362 yards and five touchdown receptions as a senior, when he led his team to a 12-1 record, with the only loss a defeat in the state semifinals ... on a 13-1 club as a junior in 2006, when he compiled 1,304 yards and 22 touchdowns on the ground as well as 434 receiving yards and two touchdown catches ... chosen as a Class 5A honorable mention selection by the Arizona Republic ... one of four national finalists for the 2008 EAS Speed and Strength Award ... also a finalist as a senior for the prestigious Watkins Award, a national honor recognizing success in athletics and academics among young African American males. PERSONAL: Full name is Covaughn DeBoskie-Johnson … born December 18, 1989 ... parents are Tim Johnson and Wakena DeBoskie … major is undeclared but considering Interdisciplinary Studies.

YEAR 2009

YEAR 2009 Totals

DEBOSKIE-JOHNSON’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS

G-GS 9-0

NO 31

YDS 211

AVG 6.8

DEBOSKIE-JOHNSON’S CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS

G-GS 9-0 9-0

NO 1 1

YDS 14 14

AVG 14.0 14.0

TD 1

LONG 30

TD 0 0

LONG 14 14

DEBOKSIE-JOHNSON’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Rushes: 11 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Rushing Yards: 92 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Rushing TDs: 1 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Long Rush: 30 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Kick Returns: 1 (at Washington, 2009) Kick Return Yards: 14 (at Washington, 2009) Long Kick Return: 14 (at Washington, 2009) Points: 6 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009)

Sam DEMARTINIS (DEE-mar-teen-is)

Nico DUMONT (DOO-mont)

FB, 6-0, 225............................Novato, CA RFR-RS...................... Marin Catholic HS 2009: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Named a first-team All-State player by CalHiSports as a defensive back during his senior campaign ... ran for 327 yards and four touchdowns in a game vs. Justin-Siena during his junior year. PERSONAL: Full name is Nico Patrick Dumont ... born October 15, 1990 ... parents are Tony and Patty Dumont ... major is undeclared.

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Coleman EDMOND

WR, 6-1, 208........................................................Kingston, NY JR-JC..........................................Pierce College/Kingston HS 2010: Cal’s lone junior college signee in the 2010 class of newcomers. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Led all Southern California junior college players with 1,584 all-purpose yards in 2009 to earn Offensive Player of the Year honors for the Southern California Football Association’s American Division of the Pacific Conference … played a major role in Pierce College winning its first conference title since 1985 in his lone season with the Brahmas … posted 37 receptions for 718 yards and caught 11 touchdown passes, while adding other totals of 533 kickoff return yards, 307 punt return yards and 26 rushing yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Participated in baseball and football. PERSONAL: Full name is Coleman B. Edmond … born June 28, 1988 … parents are Earl and Sylvia Edmond … major is undeclared.

Donovan EDWARDS

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SR-2V...................Diablo Valley College/ ....................................... Pinole Valley HS

JR-SQ.............................. Notre Dame HS CAL CAREER: Has been a member of the team for three seasons from 2007-09 but has not seen any game action. 2009: A member of the team but did not see any game action. 2008: A member of the team but did not see any game action. 2007: Redshirted ... did not play ... earned team Scout Team Player of the Year honors on offense. HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as the No. 7 offensive tackle in the country by Scout and No. 43 according to Rivals, who also listed him as the No. 65 overall player in California ... SuperPrep All-America and All-Far West team selection ... honorable mention Long Beach Press-Telegram “Best in the West” choice ... PrepStar All-West Region honoree ... All-State first-team selection and one of four juniors named first-team 2005 All-CIF after helping his squad to a 13-1 record in 2005 ... two-time Mission League Lineman of the Year ... garnered CalHiSports first-team All-State honors ... during his four years of high school, the Knights posted a 50-4 record ... also a two-time All-Mission League selection in track and field. PERSONAL: Full name is Samuel Domenic DeMartinis ... born March 26, 1989 ... parents are Jack and Madeline DeMartinis ... father was on the 1975 UCLA team that played in the Rose Bowl ... older brother, Tony, played both defensive end and tight end during five collegiate seasons at San Diego State (2005-09) ... major is Legal Studies.

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OL, 6-5, 285...................... Sun Valley, CA

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CAL CAREER: Has played in 22 games with six starts at right tackle … signed by the Golden Bears late in the summer of 2008 and joined the team for preseason camp prior to that season. 2009: Played in all 13 games off the bench, primarily on special teams and as a backup offensive lineman. 2008: Started the last six games of the season at right tackle after a seasonending injury to Chet Teofilo and played in a total of nine contests … had two pancake blocks and two knockdowns against Oregon, and two knockdowns in the Big Game vs. Stanford. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Did not allow a sack during his one season at Diablo Valley College as a freshman in 2007. HIGH SCHOOL: Played on a pair of Alameda Contra Costa League champions in his last two years ... the teams combined for a 14-0 league record during those two seasons with his 2006 senior squad going 11-1 overall and the 2005 club posting a 9-2 record. PERSONAL: Full name is Donovan Alston Edwards … born June 15, 1989 … parents are Dennis Edwards and Felicia Dixon … attended the same high school (Pinole Valley) as former Cal safety Thomas DeCoud ... major is Legal Studies.

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LB, 6-1, 216...........................Milpitas, CA

SO-SQ..................................... Burton HS

RFR-RS..................................Milpitas HS

CAL CAREER: Has been a member of the team for the last two seasons from 2008-09 but has not seen any game action.

2009: Redshirted ... did not play ... selected as the team’s Scout Team Player of the Year on defense ... named the nation’s No. 41 freshman linebacker prior to the season by Phil Steele.

2008: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Named first-team All-Academic Athletic Association as a senior, when he tallied 75 tackles (10.7 per game) and four interceptions that he returned for 133 yards from his safety position, while contributing 30 catches for 621 yards and seven touchdown receptions offensively ... led his squad in rushing, receiving, tackles and interceptions to go with four touchdowns as a junior to earn team MVP honors ... two-time All-City selection ... received California’s 2007 CIF Spirit of Sport Award given to student-athletes who serve as positive role models ... also lettered in basketball and track and field, earning team MVP honors in the latter. PERSONAL: Full name is Tyré Charles Ellison ... born July 8, 1990 ... parents are Ronald Ellison Sr. and Delores Beasley-Ellison ... major is Social Welfare.

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Savai’i ESELU

(sah-VAH-ee) (ih-SELL-ew)

TE, 6-3, 242...........................Waipahu, HI JR-SQ..................................Moanalua HS CAL CAREER: Has played in one game during his three seasons with the program from 2007-09, recording no stats other than participation. 2009: Made his collegiate debut against Eastern Washington in his only action of the season, but did not record any stats other than participation. 2008: A member of the team but did not see any game action. 2007: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated the No. 4 prospect in the state of Hawaii and the No. 24 tight end in the country by Rivals ... listed as the No. 35 tight end in the nation by Scout ... selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep ... PrepStar All-West Region choice ... earned All-State honors twice, including a first-team selection as a senior ... three-year varsity captain and a threetime All-Oahu White League honoree ... registered 15 catches for 502 yards and two touchdowns as a senior and 45 receptions for 1,285 yards over his career ... also played defense, totaling 25.0 tackles for loss and 12.0 sacks as a prep ... earned academic honor roll recognition in every quarter. PERSONAL: Full name is Savai’i Micah-Obrien Eselu … born July 11, 1989 … parents are Raymond and Tammy Eselu … lists playing the ukulele among his hobbies … major is Sociology.

ESELU’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS G-GS 1-0

(fuh-NOO-uh)

DB, 6-2, 192............... San Francisco, CA

2009: A member of the team but did not see any game action … named one of Cal’s two Scout Team Players of the Year for special teams.

YEAR 2009

Steven FANUA

NO 0

YDS 0

AVG 0.0

TD 0

LONG 0

HIGH SCHOOL: Tabbed a three-star recruit by Rivals and Scout ... ranked as the nation’s No. 24 inside linebacker and No. 77 overall player by ESPN, while checking in at No. 123 nationally on Tom Lemming’s list ... earned All-Region accolades from SuperPrep and PrepStar ... Rivals listed him as the No. 41 prospect among the nation’s outside linebackers ... earned a four-star rating from Tom Lemming’s recruiting service and was listed as his No. 8 outside linebacker prospect nationally ... a three-time All-Central Coast Section and All-De Anza League choice ... also earned De Anza League Defensive Player of the Year honors twice in his sophomore and junior campaigns before being named MVP of the entire league as a senior ... posted 124 tackles with 3.0 sacks and two blocked kicks as a senior for a 9-2 squad that captured a share of the De Anza League title before being knocked out in the first round of the playoffs ... named the San Francisco 49ers High School Player of the Week on October 16, 2008, after recording 15 tackles and 3.0 sacks in a 42-35 win over Los Gatos ... finished with 173 stops as a junior, including seven games of at least 13 tackles, and a total of 12.0 sacks ... also participated in track and field. PERSONAL: Full name is Steven Tyler Fanua ... born November 5, 1991 ... parents are Sam and Doreen Fanua ... major is undeclared but considering Business Administration.

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OL, 6-2, 275.................. Ben Lomond, CA SR-2V............................Scotts Valley HS CAL CAREER: Has played in 13 games off the bench over the last two seasons of his four-year Cal career from 2006-09. 2009: Played in four contests off the bench primarily as a reserve offensive lineman and on special teams, seeing action vs. Eastern Washington and then again in three consecutive games vs. Washington State, at Arizona State and vs. Oregon State … rotated in with the first unit during the games at Arizona State and vs. Oregon State. 2008: Played in eight games off the bench primarily as a reserve offensive lineman and on special teams, serving as a primary backup to first-team All-America center and Rimington Trophy finalist Alex Mack … had worked his way into the offensive line rotation at left guard during 2008 spring ball before moving to center for the season. 2007: A member of the team but did not see any game action. 2006: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Selected his school’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a senior ... garnered his team’s Offensive Lineman of the Year honors three times ... National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete ... high school squad was Central Coast Section semifinalist during his 2005 senior campaign ... tallied 112 tackles, scored one touchdown and had four interceptions in 2005 ... graduated among the top 10 of his class ... earned an International Baccalaureate Diploma ... played in the Santa Cruz County All-Star Game. PERSONAL: Full name is Richard Jenner Fisher ... born September 19, 1987 … parents are Eric and Brett Fisher ... grandparents, Richard Beauvais and Aubrey Degnan, both attended Cal ... great grandfather, George Degnan, was a letterwinner on the 1931 Cal football team ... has been a vegetarian since he was a toddler … major is Civil Engineering.

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LB, 6-1, 225........................................................ Frederick, MD

OL, 6-3, 285............................... Reno, NV

FR-HS.................................... Governor Thomas Johnson HS

JR-SQ...................................... Galena HS

HIGH SCHOOL: A four-star recruit by ESPN and Rivals, as well as a PrepStar and SuperPrep All-American … played in the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl and the Maryland Crab Bowl … pegged by Rivals as the nation’s No. 2 inside linebacker while SuperPrep checked him in at No. 5, and Scout had him at No. 11 among middle linebackers … the No. 73 overall player in the country overall according to Sporting News, while checking in at No. 104 on the Rivals250 list … top-ranked player overall in Maryland and the DC/ Maryland/Delaware/West Virginia area by Rivals and SuperPrep, respectively … earned All-State honors as a senior when he recorded 114 tackles, 15.0 tackles for loss, three interceptions and three forced fumbles, while adding 1,519 yards and 16 TDs rushing on the offensive side of the ball … posted 96 tackles, 6.0 tackles for loss, 4.0 sacks and two interceptions on defense as a junior when he was named second-team All-State, Frederick News-Post Area Defensive Player of the Year, the Gazette League Co-Defensive Player of the Year, first-team all-conference honors, Washington Post All-Metro honorable mention recognition, and team Player of the Year honors on defense, while picking up 1,176 rushing yards and 15 TDs on the ground to earn first-team all-league honors offensively … was selected to the preseason top 50 of the Washington Post prior to his junior campaign … also had 1,052 rushing yards and 10 TDs on 115 carries, as well as 121 tackles, 15.0 tackles for loss, 3.0 sacks, two interceptions, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries as a sophomore when he earned team Defensive Player of the Year, All-County and second-team all-conference honors as a linebacker, and honorable mention all-league recognition for his performance as a running back … led his squad to the 4A Regional semifinals and was also a team captain in each of his final three prep seasons … also participated in basketball and track and field, leading his team to the Maryland 4A state title in 2009 in the latter …a Maryland 4A discus champ during both his sophomore and senior seasons in 2008, while also adding an AAU national discus title and a shot put runner up performance … has best marks of 167’ in the discus and 53’ in the shot put ... “sideline to sideline one of the most athletic looking linebackers in the country,” according to Scout. PERSONAL: Full name is Nickolas Forbes … born January 15, 1992 … mother is Carol Forbes … major is undeclared but considering Mechanical Engineering.

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OL, 6-1, 280......................... Modesto, CA SO-1V.......................Central Catholic HS 2010: Missed a significant portion of spring football due to injury.

CAL CAREER: Has been a member of the team for the last three seasons from 2007-09 but has not seen any game action. 2009: A member of the team but did not see any game action. 2008: A member of the team but did not see any game action. 2007: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: An All-State selection on defense as a senior by both Scout and Rivals after recording 88 tackles with 10.5 sacks, 62 quarterback hurries and seven forced fumbles ... led his squad to a second-place state finish in 2006 ... also named to the Nevada Appeal All-Sierra, All-Northern Nevada Regional and All-Northern Sierra League teams ... tallied 79 tackles with 7.0 sacks, 49 quarterback hurries and six forced fumbles as a junior, helping his squad to its first appearance in the Nevada state playoffs. PERSONAL: Full name is Justin Paul Gates ... born July 8, 1988 ... parents are Paul and Carol Gates ... lists paintball, camping and scuba diving as hobbies ... major is Political Science.

Geoffrey GIBSON

OL, 6-4, 325...................................................... Las Vegas, NV FR-HS........................................................ Bishop Gorman HS HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as the No. 4 overall player in the state of Nevada and No. 35 nationally among offensive guards according to Rivals, while ESPN had him as the nation’s No. 36 offensive guard … checked in as the No. 5 overall player in Nevada and No. 87 among offensive tackles nationally according to Scout … an All-Region SuperPrep choice, while ranking as the No. 121 player overall according to the organization in California/Nevada/ Hawaii … helped lead his squad to a 4A state title and a 15-0 overall record as a senior … allowed only one sack in his prep career and graded out at 90% in his blocking assignments … a four-year prep starter with his team winning two 4A state titles and posting a 41-2 record over his final three campaigns … participated in the Lions Club All-Star High School Football Game following his senior campaign … also played basketball during his first three seasons as a prep. PERSONAL: Full name is Geoffrey Lamar Gibson … born October 11, 1991 … father is the late Jeffrey Gibson … mother is Danielle Toney … anything else personal… major is undeclared but considering Engineering or Business and Finance.

2009: Played in all 13 games off the bench as a backup offensive lineman and on special teams. 2008: Redshirted … did not play … won the team’s Freshman Lifter of the Year honor. HIGH SCHOOL: Selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep ... rated as the No. 6 center in the nation by ESPN ... listed No. 43 among all prospects in California as well as the No. 9 center in the country according to Rivals, while Scout ranked him No. 12 among centers nationally ... CalHiSports first-team All-State selection as a senior, helping his squad average over 10.0 yards per rush and outscore its opponents, 663-211, while winning a the Sac-Joaquin Section title with an 11-2-1 overall record ... named the MVP of the Nike Training Camp at Stanford in 2007. PERSONAL: Full name is Dominic Constantine Galas … born January 11, 1990 ... parents are Tim and Patty Galas ... father played football for Cal from 1979-82 and was a three-year letterwinner on the offensive line … attended same high school as former Golden Bear linebacker Justin Moye … major is undeclared but considering American Studies.

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TE, 6-3, 242......................... Concord, CA SR-1V.........................Ygnacio Valley HS CAL CAREER: Has played in eight games off the bench but not recorded any stats other than participation. 2010: Missed most of 2010 spring practice due to injury. 2009: Played in four games off the bench, getting into home contests vs. Maryland, Eastern Washington, Washington State and Arizona … did not record any stats other than participation. 2008: Played in two games off the bench, seeing action both at Washington State and vs. Washington … did not record any stats other than participation. 2007: Saw action in two games off the bench, making his collegiate debut at Colorado State game and also playing vs. Washington State … did not record any stats other than participation.

HIGH SCHOOL: The first player from Colorado to sign with the Bears under head coach Jeff Tedford ... considered one of the top players in the state (No. 3) as well one of the top guard prospects in the country (No. 19) by Rivals ... also a member of the Rivals 250 list for all positions and a four-star recruit by the organization ... a SuperPrep and PrepStar All-America choice ... Scout listed him among America’s top 100 linemen ... SuperPrep ranked him the No. 32 offensive lineman in the country, while Rivals had him as high as No. 17 in the final regional rankings ... played on state champion and state runner-up teams in his junior and senior seasons, respectively ... helped lead his team to a combined 24-4 record over his final two campaigns ... earned All-State and All-5A Centennial Conference honors as well as a selection to the AllState game as a senior ... had twice previously earned All-5A Centennial Conference recognition ... academic All-State honorable mention. PERSONAL: Full name is Chris Noel Tompek-Guarnero ... born December 18, 1987 ... parents are Gary Guarnero and Trudy Tompek-Guarnero ... major is American Studies.

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DL, 6-3, 285................... Woodinville, WA

2006: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Selected to the Contra Costa Times "Cream of the Crop" in 2005 when he was also first-team All-Bay Valley Athletic League and his team's Defensive Player of the Year as his high school team was the NCA 2A Champion during that campaign ... tallied 11 sacks during his junior season to lead the BVAL ... two-year captain for his football squad ... four-year participant in basketball and a one-year letterman in baseball ... Golden Warrior nominee in 2006. PERSONAL: Full name is Gary Morgan Graffort ... born May 28, 1988 ... parents are Garry and Cindy Graffort ... goal is to work for the government ... lists hobbies as camping, four-wheeling and fishing … major is Political Science.

GRAFFORT’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 2-0 2-0 4-0 8-0

NO 0 0 0 0

YDS 0 0 0 0

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AVG 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 0 0 0 0

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JR-2V...................................Redmond HS CAL CAREER: Has played in 18 games all off the bench, combining to contribute totals of 16 tackles (five unassisted, 11 assisted), 4.0 tackles for loss (-13 yards), 1.0 sack (-8 yards) and one forced fumble. 2009: Played in 11 games all off the bench, primarily as a backup defensive lineman … delivered 13 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss (-13 yards), 1.0 sack (-8 yards) and one fumble recovery … posted a career-high-tying four tackles both vs. Eastern Washington and Washington State, adding 1.0 tackle for loss (-3 yards) against the Cougars … had his first career sack for an eight-yard loss at UCLA, also forcing a fumble on the play that teammate D.J. Holt recovered … recorded a career-high 2.0 tackles for loss at Oregon (-2 yards). 2008: Played in the final seven games as a true freshman and contributed three tackles with two stops in the Big Game vs. Stanford and the other in the regular season finale vs. Washington. HIGH SCHOOL: A SuperPrep All-America choice as a senior ... listed as a four-star recruit and the No. 18 defensive tackle in the country according to Scout ... also rated No. 43 among the nation’s defensive tackles and the seventh-best prospect overall in the state of Washington by Rivals ... had 70 tackles, 14.0 tackles for loss, 6.0 sacks, four forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries as a senior in 2007 ... selected to play in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl after his senior campaign ... finished his junior season with 80 tackles, 4.0 sacks, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries ... earned All-State, All-Area and All-KingCo Conference honors as a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is Trevor Graves Guyton ... born January 9, 1990 ... parents are Odell and Karen Guyton … youngest of four siblings, including sisters, Kiley and Dana, and brother, Jeff ... born and raised in Philadelphia ... major is undeclared but considering African American Studies.

GUYTON’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 7-0 11-0 18-0

UA-A-TOT 2-1-3 3-10-13 5-11-16

TFL 0-0.0 4.0-13 4.0-13

SACK INT PBU 0-0.0 0 0 1.0-8 0 0 1.0-8 0 0

FF FR 0 0 1 0 1 0

GUYTON’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 4 (twice, last vs. Washington State, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 2.0 (at Oregon, 2009) Sacks: 1.0 (at UCLA, 2009) Forced Fumbles: 1 (at UCLA, 2009)

2006: Redshirted … did not play … shared Scout Team Player of the Year honors for the offense.

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DB, 6-0, 178...................Los Angeles, CA SR-3V.................................Crenshaw HS CAL CAREER: Has played in 27 games with 17 starts, collecting 86 tackles (61 unassisted, 25 assisted), 5.5 tackles for loss (-8 yards), three interceptions that he has returned for 12 yards, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and 20 pass breakups on defense, while also adding three kick returns for 68 yards … Cal’s active career leader in pass breakups. 2009: Played in 10 games and started four, including the first three contests of the year vs. Maryland, vs. Eastern Washington and at Minnesota, and then once again against Washington State … did not play in back-to-back games at Arizona State and vs. Oregon State, or in the Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah … recorded 30 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss (-4 yards) and five pass breakups … had his most productive statistical stretch during back-to-back games at UCLA (five tackles, career-high-tying three pass breakups) and vs. Washington State (season-high six tackles, 1.0 tackle for loss for minus-1 yard, one pass breakup) … also had five tackles in regular-season finale at Washington … added three tackles in contests vs. Maryland, at Minnesota and vs. USC, adding a pass breakup against the Golden Gophers … selected third-team preseason All-Pac-10 by Athlon and Phil Steele, as well as the nation’s No. 54 cornerback by the latter. 2008: Started all 13 games and developed into one of the better cornerbacks in the Pac-10 ... tied the school record along with teammate Syd’Quan Thompson for passes defended in a season as both players finished the 2008 campaign with 18 … both he and Thompson recorded a per-game average of 1.39 passes defended to ranked tied for third in the Pac-10 and tied for fifth in the NCAA, with Hagan’s total including three interceptions that he returned for 12 yards (0.23 per game, No. 14-T Pac-10) and 15 pass breakups ... recorded 56 tackles (38 unassisted, 18 assisted) to rank eighth on the team, while adding 2.5 tackles for loss (-4 yards), a fumble recovery and a forced fumble on defense … picked off a Pac-10-tying single-game high two passes and returned them for 12 yards in the regular-season finale vs. Washington ... broke up a career-high-tying three passes three different times, first in the season-opener vs. Michigan State and then in back-to-back contest against UCLA and Oregon ... had at least one pass breakup in seven consecutive contests beginning with the fourth game of the season vs. Colorado and concluding when he recorded two at Oregon State in the 10th contest of the campaign … his fumble recovery came against Arizona State on the Sun Devils’ first drive of the game (third play from scrimmage) at the ASU 41-yard line to set up a Cal touchdown and give the Golden Bears an early 10-0 first quarter lead ... finished with career-high-tying totals of eight tackles and 1.0 tackles for loss (-1 yard), while adding a pass breakup against the Sun Devils … matched the eight tackles vs. Miami, Fla. in the Emerald Bowl ... also had seven stops against Colorado State and six vs. both Michigan State and Oregon, adding his first career interception, a career-high-tying 1.0 tackle for loss (-2 yards) and a pass breakup vs. Colorado State … forced his first career fumble at Maryland … returned three kicks for 68 yards that came in back-to-back games vs. Colorado State (1-24) and Arizona State (2-44). 2007: Played in four games on special teams and as a backup cornerback … did not record any statistics other than participation. 2006: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: All-America selection at defensive back by SuperPrep and PrepStar ... ranked No. 83 among all high school players in the country by SuperPrep as well as No. 14 in California and No. 16 nationally at his position ... rated the No. 5 cornerback nationally by both Rivals and Scout ... ended his prep career with a state-record 25 interceptions ... led Crenshaw to its first city championship as a senior in 2005 with a late touchdown reception (85 yards) and a game-clinching interception ... first-team All-State, All-City and All-Coliseum League selection on both offense and defense as a senior, recording 55 tackles, averaging 21.0 yards per catch on 30 receptions for 630 receiving yards and blocking four punts ... also named the Los Angeles Defensive Player of the Year and was an All-Area choice of the Los Angeles Times in his final prep season ... selected to play in the CaliFlorida Bowl as a senior and was a Long Beach Press-Telegram “Best in the West” honorable mention pick ... led the state with 13 interceptions and recorded 70 tackles as

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HAGAN’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS G-GS 4-0 13-13 10-4 27-17

UA-A-TOT 0-0-0 38-18-56 23-7-30 61-25-86

TFL 0.0-0 2.5-4 3.0-4 5.5-8

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0 0.0-0 3-12 15 0.0-0 0 5 0.0-0 3-12 20

FF FR 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

HAGAN’S CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 4-0 13-13 10-4 27-17

NO 0 3 0 3

YDS 0 68 0 68

AVG 0.0 22.7 0.0 22.7

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 0 28 0 28

HAGAN’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 8 (twice, last Emerald Bowl vs. Miami, 2008) Tackles For Loss: 1.0 (five times, last vs. Washington State, 2009) Forced Fumbles: 1 (at Maryland, 2008) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (vs. Arizona State, 2008) Interceptions: 2 (vs. Washington, 2008) Pass Breakups: 3 (four times, last at UCLA, 2009) Kick Returns: 2 (vs. Arizona State, 2008) Kick Return Yards: 44 (vs. Arizona State, 2008) Long Kick Return: 28 (vs. Arizona State, 2008)

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WR, 6-4, 203.................. Sacramento, CA RFR-RS...................Capital Christian HS 2009: Redshirted ... did not play ... named one of Cal’s two Scout Team Players of the Year on special teams. HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as the No. 2 receiver in Northern California by ESPN ... finished with career varsity totals of 145 receptions and 2,629 receiving yards, both all-time school records ... caught 54 passes for 1,018 yards and 13 touchdowns in his senior campaign after catching 52 balls for 928 yards and eight TDs as a junior, and making 39 receptions for 683 yards and six scores in his sophomore season ... earned first-team All-State honors as a 2008 senior by both Rivals and MaxPreps, while also being named secondteam All-City by the Sacramento Bee ... selected to play in the Holiday Bowl Classic All-Star Game following his senior season ... earned All-Golden Empire League and All-City recognition as well as All-Academic honors in both his junior and senior campaigns while leading his squad to back-toback playoff appearances and the section title game in 2007 ... a National Gatorade Scholar-Athlete award winner as a 2007 junior. PERSONAL: Full name is Spencer Allan James Hagan ... born February 19, 1991 ... parents are Scott and Karen Hagan ... the youngest of four siblings, including brother Kramer, a quarterback at Azusa Pacific ... major is undeclared but considering Economics.

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DL, 6-2, 308..........................Oakland, CA SR-3V............................McClymonds HS CAL CAREER: Has played in 37 games with 18 starts, recording 76 tackles (21 unassisted, 55 assisted), 9.0 tackles for loss (-26 yards) and 3.5 sacks (-18 yards) to go along with two pass breakups and one interception that he returned for three yards.

DERRICK HILL’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 5 (three times, last vs. USC, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 2.0 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Sacks: 2.0 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Interceptions: 1 (at Colorado State, 2007) Pass Breakups: 1 (twice, last vs. Colorado State, 2008) Quarterback Hurries: 1 (vs. Louisiana Tech, 2007)

2010: Selected by Phil Steele as a third-team preseason All-Pac-10 choice and named his No. 45 draft-eligible defensive tackle prior to the season. 2009: Started eight of the 10 games he played in, including the first seven and the Poinsettia Bowl against Utah … missed three consecutive contests due to injury at Arizona State, vs. Oregon State and vs. Arizona … finished with 18 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss (-11 yards) and 2.0 sacks (-8 yards) … recipient of the team’s Schelssinger Coaches Award for outstanding athletic ability, academic success and community service ... named as the nation’s No. 45 draft-eligible defensive tackle by Phil Steele prior to the season … had a career-high-tying five tackles on a pair of occasions vs. Eastern Washington and USC, while picking up four tackles and both of his careerhigh 2.0 sacks (-8 yards) against Washington State … also had 1.0 tackle for loss (-1 yard) both at Oregon and UCLA, as well as 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard) vs. Eastern Washington. 2008: Earned starts at nose tackle in nine of Cal’s 13 games, ending the season with 29 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss (-4 yards), 0.5 sacks (-1 yard) and one pass breakup ... had a season-high-tying four stops at Maryland and vs. Arizona State ... garnered a half-sack for a loss of one yard at Arizona ... had 1.5 tackles for loss among his three tackles vs. Miami, Fla. in the Emerald Bowl, while adding 0.5 tackles for loss at UCLA. 2007: Overcame a preseason knee injury to earn a spot on Cal’s two-deep, responding with 24 tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss (-11 yards), 1.0 sacks (-9 yards), an interception that he returned three yards, a quarterback hurry and a pass breakup in 11 games and one start … selected as an honorable mention Freshman All-American by Scout ... earned his first career start in the Armed Forces Bowl against Air Force, essentially playing nose tackle in a 3-4 alignment and registering a career-high-tying five tackles … had two tackles and corralled a key interception in the first quarter against Colorado State when the Rams had third-and-goal on the Cal two-yard line … recorded three tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard), a quarterback hurry and a pass breakup that was nearly interception against Louisiana Tech … logged his first career sack (-9 yards) against Arizona. 2006: Played in three games and recorded five tackles with three vs. Portland State and two at Tennessee, before a knee injury forced him to redshirt the season. HIGH SCHOOL: One of the most decorated players in the 2006 recruiting class ... consensus prep All-American ... considered one of the top-50 players in the country by Rivals, who also listed him as the nation’s No. 8 defensive tackle, and the No. 8 overall prospect in California and No. 13 in the West ... listed on the prestigious ESPN 150 ... selected to PrepStar’s Dream Team, which is that service’s highest honor ... Scout listed him at No. 9 nationally among defensive line prospects ... honored as the top player on the Contra Costa Times’ “Cream of the Crop” squad in 2006 when he was also first-team All-State, a first-team selection of the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West” team and the Oakland Tribune’s East Bay Defensive Player of the Year ... a three-time All-City choice ... participated in the U.S. Army AllAmerican Bowl and gave his verbal commitment to Cal on national television ... chosen for the CaliFlorida Bowl ... senior numbers included 105 tackles, 45.0 tackles for loss and 15.5 sacks as he led his team to an 11-1 mark. PERSONAL: Full name is Derrick Hill Jr. … born July 16, 1988 ... parents are Derrick Hill and Tamara Purifoy-Hill … major is African American Studies.

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DB, 5-11, 195........................ Houston, TX SO-1V............................. Klein Forest HS 2009: Made a strong contribution as a redshirt freshman, playing in 11 games and making five starts at a cornerback position … contributed 34 tackles (30 unassisted, four assisted), two interceptions that he returned for 14 yards, three pass breakups, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery … started three consecutive games at Oregon, vs. USC and at UCLA, and after coming off the bench for one game vs. Washington State, was back as a starter in back-to-back contests at Arizona State and vs. Oregon State … did not play in the team’s regular-season finale at Washington or the Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah … recorded his first career interception at Minnesota to thwart a fourthquarter Golden Gopher drive that ended with the pickoff in Cal territory after the Golden Bears had taken a 35-21 lead … second interception came vs. Arizona, when he returned the pick 14 yards after stopping the first Wildcat drive of the second half with Cal trailing 10-9 … forced fumble came in the second quarter at Arizona State with Cal leading 14-0 when he knocked a ball free that fellow defensive back Brett Johnson picked up at the Cal twoyard line to stop an ASU scoring threat … recorded his first career fumble recovery at Oregon and returned it two yards before giving the ball back to the Ducks with a fumble of his own … also had four tackles and a pass breakup at Oregon in his first career start … posted a career-high eight tackles at UCLA … had five stops both vs. USC when he added a career-high two pass breakups and at Arizona State. 2008: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: A first-team All-5A Region II District 13 selection after tallying 45 tackles, five interceptions, two forced fumbles and 17 passes defended as a senior ... twice helped his squad to back-to-back 9-3 seasons and the second round of the playoffs as both a junior and a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is Joshua Andrew Hill ... born November 2, 1989 ... parents are Greg and Denise Hill ... older brother, Micah Hill, played two seasons of cornerback at Division II Midwestern State in Texas and was a second-team All-American as a senior in 2009, after playing two years at Cisco Junior College ... from the same high school as fellow Cal football player and classmate Kendrick Payne … major is undeclared but considering Social Welfare.

JOSH HILL’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2009

G-GS 11-5

UA-A-TOT 30-4-34

TFL 0.0-0

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 2-14 3

FF FR 1 1

JOSH HILL’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 8 (at UCLA, 2009) Forced Fumbles: 1 (at Arizona State, 2009) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (at Oregon, 2009) Interceptions: 1 (twice, last vs. Arizona, 2009) Pass Breakups: 2 (vs. USC, 2009)

DERRICK HILL’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 3-0 11-1 13-9 10-8 37-18

UA-A-TOT 1-4-5 10-14-24 4-25-29 6-12-18 21-55-76

TFL 0.0-0 2.0-11 2.5-4 4.5-11 9.0-26

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0 1.0-9 1-3 1 0.5-1 0 1 2.0-8 0 0 3.5-18 1-3 2

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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QB, 6-4, 185....................................... Steamboat Springs, CO FR-HS.................................................. Steamboat Springs HS HIGH SCHOOL: A five-star Tom Lemming recruit that the analyst also ranked No. 5 among “pro-style” quarterbacks nationally and the No. 38 player overall … received four stars from ESPN … PrepStar listed him as the No. 10 quarterback in the nation and the No. 39 overall player, as well as the No. 13 overall player in the Midlands … also rated among the top quarterbacks in the nation by ESPN (No. 16), Rivals (No. 23) and Scout (No. 34) … listed by Sporting News as the nation’s No. 87 overall player … Scout had him as the No. 4 player overall in Colorado, while Rivals listed him No. 6 … earned national recognition after his senior season by playing in the U.S. Army AllAmerican Bowl and being named a MaxPreps Small School All-American … honored as a senior with a 2009 Gatorade Colorado Player of the Year selection, as well as MaxPreps Class 3A Player of the Year and Denver Post Offensive Player of the Year awards … completed 170-of-286 passes (59.4%) for 2,205 yards and 25 touchdowns with only six interceptions as a senior, when he also rushed for 889 yards and 14 TDs to lead his team to a 13-1 overall record and the state championship game … was 93-of-185 for 1,288 yards and 15 TDs through the air as a junior, while running for 594 yards and seven scores … also threw for 15 TDs as a sophomore … grandson of legendary Cal Athletics Hall of Famer and long-time NFL and collegiate coach Jim Hanifan, who served as head coach of the St. Louis Rams (1980-85) and interim head coach of the Atlanta Falcons (1989) among his many coaching jobs before retiring from coaching in 2003. PERSONAL: Full name is Austin Hanifan Hinder … born September 27, 1991 … parents are Bill and Kathy Hinder … major is undeclared.

HIGH SCHOOL: SuperPrep All-America choice, who also selected him to the All-Far West team ... the nation’s No. 21 prospect at linebacker and No. 43 overall player in California according to Rivals ... listed on the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West” team and named Los Angeles Daily News Defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... named MVP of his Senior All-Star Game with 4.0 sacks and a fumble return for a touchdown ... also the 2006 Serra League Defensive Player of the Year as a senior, when he tallied 73 tackles and 14.0 sacks ... rushed for 250 yards on 26 carries with six touchdowns offensive as a senior, while catching 47 passes for 840 yards and nine touchdowns ... the Southern Section Division X Defensive Player of the Year as a junior when he led his squad to the CIF Division X title with an 11-3 record ... four-year varsity starter. PERSONAL: Full name is Donnell Lamont Holt … parents are Shawn and Monica Bridges … born December 1, 1988 … cousin Troy Lewis played cornerback at Wyoming, completing his career in 2007 … major is American Studies. YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

HOLT’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS G-GS 12-0 13-8 25-8

UA-A-TOT 9-5-14 20-17-37 29-22-51

TFL 1.0-1 3.5-4 4.5-5

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0 3 0.0-0 0 3

HOLT’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 7 (twice, last vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 2.0 (vs. Oregon State, 2009) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (at UCLA, 2009) Pass Breakups: 2 (vs. Maryland, 2009)

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LB, 6-1, 250.................. Santa Clarita, CA JR-2V.......................Crespi Carmelite HS CAL CAREER: Has played in 25 games with eight starts, recording 51 tackles (29 unassisted, 22 assisted), 4.5 tackles for loss (-5 yards), three pass breakups and one fumble recovery. 2009: Started eight of 13 games and contributed 37 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss (-4 yards), three pass breakups and a fumble recovery which he returned for 16 yards … team was 7-1 during his eight starts with the only game he started that Cal lost being vs. Oregon State … was in on the first play for the first three games of the season vs. Maryland, vs. Eastern Washington and at Minnesota, then again for four straight contests at UCLA, vs. Washington State, at Arizona State and vs. Oregon State, and once more at Stanford … recorded a career-high-tying seven tackles twice vs. Oregon State (also career-high 2.0 tackles for loss for minus-1 yard) and vs. Eastern Washington (also 0.5 tackles for loss for minus-2 yards) … added six tackles and two pass breakups in the season-opener vs. Maryland … had four stops on three separate occasions at Minnesota, vs. Washington State (also 0.5 tackles for loss for minus-1 yard) and at Arizona State … fumble recovery that he returned 16 yards came in the first quarter at UCLA and set the ball up on the Bruins’ 43-yard line, where quarterback Kevin Riley would connect with wide receiver Marvin Jones on the next play for a 43-yard touchdown pass and a 14-0 Cal lead … had only one tackle (also 0.5 tackles for loss) over the team’s final four contests. 2008: A reserve linebacker who played in 12 of 13 games off the bench with 14 tackles and 1.0 tackle for loss (-1 yard) … missed only the Michigan State season-opener ... recorded a season-high four tackles in his collegiate debut at Washington State and two tackles in four other games at Maryland, vs. Oregon, at USC and vs. Washington ... registered his 1.0 tackle for loss (-1 yard) at Maryland.

LB, 6-0, 220...................... San Mateo, CA SO-1V.........................Junipero Serra HS 2009: Played in all 13 games off the bench and was one of the squad’s top special teams players … also played backup linebacker … had a careerhigh-tying two tackles both vs. Eastern Washington (also his lone 0.5 tackle for loss for minus-1 yard) and at Stanford … had single tackles in six other contests vs. USC, vs. Washington State, vs. Oregon State, vs. Arizona, at Washington and in the Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah … had at least one tackle in each of his last five games … enrolled at Cal for the 2009 spring semester and took part in spring drills. HIGH SCHOOL: Selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep as a senior in 2007 ... rated No. 47 among the country’s best linebackers and No. 83 overall in California by Rivals ... graded as a three-star prospect and the No. 27 linebacker in the country by Scout ... registered 50 tackles, 3.0 sacks and two forced fumbles as a senior, while adding 291 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 48 carries … posted 80 tackles and 3.0 sacks during his 2006 junior campaign, when the squad was 9-3 and reached the semifinals of the Central Coast Section playoffs ... selected as the Western Catholic Athletic League Linebacker of the Year, as well as second-team All-CCS and first-team All-WCAL as a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is John Patrick Robert Hurrell … born August 3, 1990 … parents are Findlay and Helena Hurrell … major is undeclared but considering American Studies.

HURRELL’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2009

G-GS 13-0

UA-A-TOT 4-6-10

TFL 0.5-1

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0

HURRELL’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 2 (twice, last at Stanford, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 0.5 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009)

2007: Redshirted … did not play … earned Scout Team Player of the Year honors for defense.

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Marvin JONES

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TB, 6-1, 238..................... Simi Valley, CA

WR, 6-2, 200......................... Fontana, CA

SO-SQ.............................. Simi Valley HS

JR-2V................................... Etiwanda HS

CAL CAREER: Has been a member of the team for the last two seasons from 2008-09 but has not seen any game action.

CAL CAREER: Has 44 catches for 659 receiving yards and six touchdown receptions in 18 games and 13 starts.

2009: A member of the team but did not see any game action.

2010: Selected by Athlon and Phil Steele as a third-team preseason All-Pac-10 choice, while being named as the No. 64 draft-eligible wide receiver by the latter … also selected as a “Sleeper to Watch for College Fantasy Football” for Athlon and one of Cal’s “Players to Watch” by Lindy’s.

2008: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year varsity starter who twice earned team MVP honors ... rated No. 89 among the nation’s top running backs ... also a twotime All-Marmonte League selection as well as an All-County honoree as a senior when he rushed 230 times for 1,225 yards and 16 touchdowns after a 988-yard campaign with 10 TDs as a junior ... caught a combined 32 passes for 287 yards in his final two seasons ... also served as his team’s punter, averaging 33.7 yards per punt as a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is Langston Reynard Jackson ... born May 14, 1990 … parents are Reginald and Lyle Jackson … has a twin brother, Lorne, who is a point guard for Pepperdine ... major is undeclared but considering American Studies.

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OL, 6-2, 275.......................... Fairfield, CA RFR-RS....................................Armijo HS 2009: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Played both offensively and defensively as a prep ... earned Monticello Empire League Co-Offensive Lineman of the Year honors, as well as All-City and All-Region Offensive Lineman of the Year recognition as a 2008 senior ... also a first-team All-MEL, All-City and All-Region choice on the defensive line as a senior in 2008, finishing with a team-high 95 tackles, 5.0 sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery ... National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete ... earned first-team All-MEL, All-City and All-Region defensive lineman honors as a junior in 2007 as well, finishing with a team-high 70 tackles as well as 2.0 sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery ... picked up honorable mention All-MEL honors as an offensive lineman during his sophomore campaign ... also threw both the shot put and discus in track and field. PERSONAL: Full name is Edward James Johnston ... born November 25, 1990 ... parents are Curt and Debbie Johnston ... the third of four siblings ... major is undeclared but considering Art Practice.

2009: Started all 13 games and finished with 43 catches, 651 receiving yards and six touchdown catches, all leading the team and ranking among the Pac10 leaders in both receiving yards per game (12th, 50.08) and receptions per game (14th-T, 3.31) … had at least one reception in all 13 games and finished the season with four consecutive contests of at least four receptions, totaling 20 catches and 261 receiving yards in his last four contests … recorded the first two-touchdown reception game of his career at UCLA, including a 43-yarder that is the longest catch of his career, among his four receptions for 89 yards to help Cal get its first win in Los Angeles under head coach Jeff Tedford … made his first collegiate TD catch in the season-opener vs. Maryland, while also adding single scoring grabs vs. Washington State, at Arizona State and at Stanford ... posted career-highs of six receptions and 107 receiving yards at Washington to end the regular season … had five receptions for 65 yards vs. Arizona and five catches for 44 yards vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl … picked up an unassisted tackle vs. Oregon State. 2008: Appeared in five games off the bench and had one catch for eight yards in the third game of the season at Maryland … suffered a knee injury in practice during Cal’s first bye week between the third and fourth games of the year and did not play again until Dec. 6 vs. Washington. HIGH SCHOOL: An All-America and All-Far West choice of SuperPrep ... ranked as a four-star recruit and the No. 23 wide receiver prospect in the country according to Scout ... was also listed as the No. 23 wide receiver nationally and the No. 22 overall prospect in California by Rivals ... CalHiSports second-team All-State selection ... produced a solid senior season, leading his team to a share of the Baseline League regular-season championship ... hauled in 81 receptions for a league-high 1,040 yards and 10 touchdowns ... added 71 tackles with four interceptions as a defensive back ... played in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl ... caught 63 passes for 1,309 yards and 12 touchdowns in his junior campaign, earning first-team All-State honors ... also had 62 tackles and three interceptions on the defensive side of the ball as a junior. PERSONAL: Full name is Marvin Lewis Jones, Jr. … born March 12, 1990 ... parents are Marvin Jones Sr. and Pamela Harper ... father wrestled at Cal State Bakersfield … major is undeclared but considering African American Studies.

JONES’ CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS

YEAR G-GS NO YDS AVG TD 2008 5-0 1 8 8.0 0 2009 13-13 43 651 15.1 6 Totals 18-13 44 659 15.0 6 *Other Stats: Jones recorded one unassisted tackle in 2009.

LONG 8 43 43

JONES’ CAREER GAME HIGHS

Receptions: 6 (at Washington, 2009) Receiving Yards: 107 (at Washington, 2009) Receiving TDs: 2 (at UCLA, 2009) Long Reception: 43TD (at UCLA, 2009) Points: 12 (at UCLA, 2009)

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DL, 6-4, 283......................... Chandler, AZ SR-3V...................................Chandler HS

NATIONAL HONORS CANDIDATE

CAL CAREER: Has played in 38 of 39 possible games in his career and made 20 starts in the last three seasons, including two consecutive honorable mention All-Pac-10 campaigns in 2008 and 2009 … has 113 career tackles (55 unassisted, 58 assisted), while leading all active players with 21.5 tackles for loss (-75 yards) and 11.0 sacks (-57 yards) … has added one interception that he returned for three yards, one pass breakup, one forced fumble and four fumble recoveries that he has returned for 20 yards, one of which he returned 13 yards for a touchdown at Arizona State as a true freshman in 2007 … also has two kick returns for four yards. 2010: A national honors candidate … selected by Athlon, Lindy’s and Phil Steele as a second-team preseason All-Pac-10 choice, with Lindy’s also naming him the Pac-10’s No. 8 NFL talent and Phil Steele selecting him as the nation’s No. 16 draft-eligible defensive end prior to the season … called Cal’s “The Next Big Thing” by Sporting News and listed as one of Cal’s “Players to Watch” according to Lindy’s. 2009: An All-Pac-10 honorable mention selection for the second consecutive season, starting all 13 games and ranking second among the team’s defensive linemen behind 2010 first-round NFL draft pick Tyson Alualu with a career-high 48 tackles, as well as second overall also behind Alualu with 9.5 tackles for loss (-41 yards) and a career-high 6.0 sacks (-35 yards) … among the Pac-10’s per-game leaders in sacks (No. 10-T, 0.46) and tackles for loss (No. 15-T, 0.73) … added one fumble recovery, five quarterback hurries and one pass breakup … recipient of the team’s Bob Tessier Award as the Most Improved Defensive Lineman ... recorded a season-high seven tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss (-7 yards) and 0.5 sacks (-5 yards) vs. Arizona … had a huge game against Washington State with a career-high of 2.5 sacks and a season-high 2.5 tackles for loss (-17 yards) among his six tackles, while also adding a career-high three quarterback hurries … had five-tackle games vs. Maryland, at Oregon and vs. Oregon State with 1.0 tackle for loss in each of the three, while also adding a sack for minus three yards and a fumble recovery against the Terrapins in the season-opener and the first pass breakup of his career against the Beavers … had 1.0 sack at UCLA (-7 yards) and vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl (-3 yards) … had 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard) among his four tackles at Stanford … had single quarterback hurries vs. Eastern Washington and USC … selected third-team preseason All-Pac-10 by Athlon and fourth-team by Phil Steele, as well as the nation’s No. 53 defensive end by the latter. 2008: An honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection who played in 12 games, taking over a starting defensive end job in the fifth contest of the season and starting the final seven regular season games before coming off the bench in the team’s Emerald Bowl victory over Miami, Fla. … completed the campaign with 47 tackles, a career-high 11.0 tackles for loss (-29 yards), 4.0 sacks (-17 yards), one interception that he returned three yards, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries that he returned seven yards … ranked among the Pac-10 per-game leaders in fumble recoveries (No. 6-T, 0.17), tackles for loss (No. 12-T, 0.92) and sacks (No. 19-T, 0.33) … co-led the squad in fumble recoveries along with Mike Mohamed … co-led the team’s defensive linemen along with Tyson Alualu and ranked tied for second overall on the club in tackles for loss, as well as second among defensive linemen behind Alualu and third overall in sacks … earned Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week notice for his October 4 performance at Arizona State, making his first start and finishing with eight tackles, a career-high 3.0 tackles for loss (-8 yards), a season-high 2.0 sacks (-7 yards) and a forced fumble ... had a career-best 10 tackles with 2.5 tackles for loss (-12 yards) and 1.0 sack (-7 yards) vs. Oregon ... picked up a sack for minus three yards among his six stops at USC ... snared his lone collegiate interception and returned it three yards vs. Colorado State ... recovered a fumble vs. Stanford at the Cal 10-yard line, which prompted the Bears to go on a 90-yard scoring drive for a touchdown and a 10-0 lead ... played a key role in the Emerald Bowl win over Miami, Fla., returning a fumble seven yards to the Hurricanes’ two-yard line with 3:28 remaining in the contest to set up the game-winning touchdown and also recording 2.0 tackles for loss (-2 yards) among his three tackles …

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recorded five tackles and 1.0 tackle for loss (-1 yard) at Oregon State … had 1.0 tackle for loss (-2 yards) and a quarterback hurry in the season-opener at Washington State … posted a quarterback hurry in the regular-season finale vs. Washington … had 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard) among his four tackles vs. UCLA. 2007: Played in all 13 games all off the bench during his true freshman season and recorded 18 tackles, 1.0 tackle for loss (-5 yards), 1.0 sack (-5 yards), three quarterback hurries and one fumble recovery that he returned 13 yards for his first career touchdown at Arizona State … tallied half-sacks at Arizona State (-3 yards) and Colorado State (-2 yards) … notched a season-best four takedowns in Cal’s road victory over Oregon, while adding three at Colorado State ... earned the team’s Bob Tessier Award as its Most Improved Defensive Lineman. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated the No. 5 prospect in the state of Arizona and selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep ... listed as the No. 8 recruit in Arizona and the No. 37 defensive end nationally by Rivals ... a PrepStar All-West Region choice ... ranked No. 54 nationally among defensive ends by Scout ... named the top defensive lineman at the Nike Training Camp in Los Angeles ... earned All-State honors his senior year after registering 85 tackles, 17.5 sacks, 37 quarterback while leading his squad to an impressive 11-2 record. PERSONAL: Full name is Cameron Tyler Jordan … born July 10, 1989 … parents are Steve and Anita Jordan … father played college football at Brown, then for 13 years as an NFL tight end with the Minnesota Vikings and was selected to the Pro Bowl six times, compiling career totals of 498 receptions for 6,307 receiving yards and 28 touchdown catches, with his best statistical seasons coming in 1985 when he caught a career-high 68 balls for 795 yards and in 1986 when he caught 58 passes for a career-high 859 yards as well as a career-best six TD receptions … major is undeclared but considering Legal Studies.

JORDAN’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR G-GS UA-A-TOT TFL SACK INT PBU FF FR 2007 13-0 7-11-18 1.0-5 1.0-5 0 0 0 1 2008 12-7 26-21-47 11.0-29 4.0-17 1-3 0 1 2 2009 13-13 22-26-48 9.5-41 6.0-35 0 1 0 1 Totals 38-20 55-58-113 21.5-75 11.0-57 1-3 1 1 4 *Other Stats: Jordan’s fumble recovery in 2007 was returned for a 13yard touchdown.

JORDAN’S CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 13-0 12-7 13-13 38-20

NO 2 0 0 2

YDS 4 0 0 4

AVG 2.0 0.0 0.0 2.0

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 4 0 0 4

JORDAN’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 10 (vs. Oregon, 2008) Tackles For Loss: 3.0 (vs. Arizona State, 2008) Sacks: 2.5 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Forced Fumbles: 1 (vs. Arizona State, 2008) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (four times, last vs. Maryland, 2009) Interceptions: 1 (vs. Colorado State, 2008) Pass Breakups: 1 (vs. Oregon State, 2009) Quarterback Hurries: 3 (vs. Washington State, 2009)

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the 2009 campaign.

CAL CAREER: Has played in 15 contests all off the bench primarily on special teams and also as a backup fullback … has one reception for two yards, as well as four tackles (three unassisted, one assisted) … wore No. 36 for his first two seasons at Cal before changing to his current No. 22 prior to

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LB, 6-0, 241............................ Fresno, CA JR-2V.......................................Hoover HS

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-time first-team All-De Anza League selection playing on both sides of the ball ... tallied 244 tackles with 10.0 sacks and 10 interceptions over his career on defense ... on the other side of the ball rushed for 2,257 yards and 36 touchdowns ... De Anza League Senior of the Year and also first-team All-Metro, All-Peninsula and All-Central Coast Section in 2006 ... tabbed as his school’s Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year while he was also team captain, team MVP and his squad’s Most Inspirational Player ... collected All-Metro and All-Peninsula honors in his 2005 junior campaign ... selected as the top defensive back in the De Anza League as a sophomore in 2004 ... captained the school’s basketball team as a senior.

CAL CAREER: Has played in all 26 games possible over the last two seasons from 2008-09 with six starts, recording 86 tackles (46 unassisted, 40 assisted), 7.0 tackles for loss (-16 yards), 2.0 sacks (-11 yards), one interception he returned 68 yards for touchdown in fourth quarter to seal the win at UCLA in 2009 and two fumble recoveries, one of which he returned 45 yards against Eastern Washington in 2009 … also credited with a 26-yard return on a punt he blocked vs. Colorado State in 2008 that teammate Bryant Nnabuife picked up and ran another 30 yards for a score.

PERSONAL: Full name is William Lorenzo Kapp … born October 20, 1988 … parents are Joe and Jennifer Kapp … father is a Cal football legend and former Golden Bear head coach who as a quarterback led the Bears to their last Rose Bowl appearance in 1959 and was also the coach behind “The Play” – Cal’s thrilling, five-lateral finish that lifted the Bears to a dramatic victory over Stanford in 1982 … major is American Studies.

2010: Selected by Phil Steele as a third-team preseason All-Pac-10 choice and the nation’s No. 47 draft-eligible outside linebacker.

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

KAPP’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS G-GS 2-0 13-0 15-0

NO 0 1 1

YDS 0 2 2

AVG 0.0 2.0 2.0

TD 0 0 0

KAPP’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS G-GS UA-A-TOT TFL SACK 2-0 0-0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 13-0 3-1-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 16-0 3-1-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

LONG 0 2 2 FR 0 0 0

KAPP’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Receptions: 1 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Receiving Yards: 2 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Long Reception: 2 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Tackles: 1 (four times, last vs. Arizona, 2009)

Keni KAUFUSI (kenny)

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DL, 6-2, 280.................Salt Lake City, UT RFR-RS.......................... Cottonwood HS 2009: Redshirted ... did not play ... named Cal’s Scout Team Player of the Year on defense. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-star recruit by Scout ... a Salt Lake Tribune first-team All-State selection as a junior in 2007 when he collected 57 tackles, 21.0 tackles for loss and 10.0 sacks for a 10-2 squad, leading his team to a share of the 4A Region 6 regular-season title ... has a brother, John Martinez, also from Cottonwood High School, who will be a redshirt freshman offensive guard at USC in 2010 ... played football in high school with Cal teammate Isi Sofele. PERSONAL: Full name is Shea Jah Montarras Kaufusi ... born December 25, 1989 ... parents are Steve and Lori Martinez, and Sinia Kaufusi ... has 4.8 speed in the 40-yard dash ... has a great uncle and aunt (Petelo and Eveline Kaufusi) that produced six Division I college football players in Rich and Steve Kaufusi (BYU), and Doug, Henry, Jason and Jeff Kaufusi (Utah) with Steve now the defensive line coach at BYU ... major is undeclared.

2009: Second on team in tackles with 71 to rank tied for 33rd in the Pac-10 with an average of 5.5 per game, while sharing the club lead in fumble recoveries with two ... added 6.0 tackles for loss (-6 yards), 1.0 sack (-1 yard), one interception that he returned 68 yards for a touchdown vs. UCLA, three pass breakups, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries, including one that he returned 45 yards vs. Eastern Washington … also recorded a career-high and Pac-10 season-high-tying 15 tackles vs. Eastern Washington ... sealed the victory with first career interception at UCLA that he returned 68 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter … posted 27 tackles in the team’s first two games, picking up a game-high 12 and 1.0 tackle for loss (-1 yard) in the season-opener against Maryland before his 15 to go with 1.0 tackle for loss (-1 yard) and the 45-yard interception return against Eastern Washington … had a pair of eight-tackle contests at Oregon and vs. Arizona, adding 1.0 tackle for loss (-1 yard) and a fumble recovery against the Ducks and a pass breakup against the Wildcats … had seven tackles vs. USC and in the Poinsettia Bowl against Utah, when he added a career-high 3.0 tackles for loss (-3 yards), and a career-high-tying 1.0 sack (-1 yard) and one pass breakup … had a forced fumble and his other pass breakup at Minnesota … a midseason fourth-team All-American and midseason first-team All-Pac-10 choice by Phil Steele. 2008: Had a promising rookie campaign when he played in all 13 games off the bench on special teams and as a reserve linebacker ... recorded 15 tackles, 1.0 tackle for loss (-10 yards), 1.0 sack (-10 yards) and a blocked kick backing up a talented group of linebackers that included three seniors ... finished with a season-high four tackles, including a 10-yard sack, at Washington State ... had a pair of stops three times in home games vs. Michigan State, Colorado State and Stanford ... his blocked punt came vs. Colorado State when he was credited for a 26-yard return before teammate Bryant Nnabuife picked it up and returned it another 30 yards for a score to gave Cal its first points in a 42-7 victory. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-star recruit by Rivals that was also listed as the No. 45 outside linebacker in the nation ... Scout ranked him as a three-star recruit and the nation’s No. 28 weak side linebacker ... selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep ... CalHiSports third-team All-State selection ... as a senior, led his club with 175 tackles and 4.0 sacks, while also registering a team-best 742 rushing yards on 103 carries and six touchdowns as well as 1,035 all-purpose yards ... named the MVP for linebackers at the Palo Alto Nike Camp. PERSONAL: Full name is Marvin Mychal-Christopher Kendricks … born September 28, 1990 ... parents are Yvonne Thagon and Marvin Kendricks … father played college football at UCLA and led the Bruins in rushing twice in 1970 and 1971 … major is undeclared but considering American Studies.

KENDRICKS’ CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR G-GS UA-A-TOT TFL SACK INT PBU FF FR 2008 13-0 8-7-15 1.0-10 1.0-10 0 0 0 0 2009 13-6 38-33-71 6.0-6 1.0-1 1-68 3 1 2 Totals 26-6 46-40-86 7.0-16 2.0-11 1-68 3 1 2 *Other Stats: Kendricks interception return in 2009 was for a 68-yard touchdown; Kendricks brought back one of his two 2009 fumble recoveries 45 yards; Kendricks blocked a punt in 2008 in which he was credited with a 26-yard blocked kick return.

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KENDRICKS’ CAREER PUNT RETURN STATISTICS

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 13-0 13-6 26-6

NO 1 0 1

YDS 26 0 26

AVG 26.0 0.0 26.0

TD 0 0 0

LONG 26 0 26

Kameron KREBS

LB, 6-1, 225..................Sunset Beach, HI SO-TR.................................Oregon State/ .................. Mission Viejo HS/Kahuku HS

KENDRICKS’ CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 15 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 3.0 (Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009) Sacks: 1.0 (twice, last Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009) Forced Fumbles: 1 (at Minnesota, 2009) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (twice, last at Oregon, 2009) Interceptions: 1 (at UCLA, 2009) Long Interception Return: 68TD (at UCLA, 2009) Pass Breakups: 1 (three times, last Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009) Blocked Kicks: 1 (vs. Colorado State, 2008) Punt Returns: 1 (vs. Colorado State, 2008) Long Punt Return: 28 (vs. Colorado State, 2008) Points: 6 (at UCLA, 2009)

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DL, 6-5, 265.......................................................Burlington, NC FR-HS.......................................... South Eugene HS/Aiken HS 2010: Listed as the Pac-10’s No. 11 recruit by Lindy’s, as well as the organization’s No. 16 defensive end recruit nationally … the No. 24 overall Pac-10 recruit according to Athlon and the country’s No. 26 freshman defensive lineman pick of Phil Steele. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals and Scout … ranked among the nation’s top defensive ends according to Rivals (No. 5), ESPN (No. 19) and Scout (No. 35) … checked in at No. 30 on the Rivals250 list of the nation’s top players and No. 58 according to Sporting News … Rivals also had him as the No. 2 player overall from Oregon … on the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl but did not play … played only one game of the 2009 regular season at South Eugene High School due to a knee injury … according to Rivals “he has the frame that can play strong side defensive end or defensive tackle at the next level … his build is similar to Reggie White.” PERSONAL: Full name is Gabriel Porter King … born June 6, 1991 … parents are Leon and Patricia Hughes, and David and Juanita King … brother, Antonio King, played college football at Kent State … major is undeclared.

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LB, 6-4, 227......................... Berkeley, CA FR-HS................................... Berkeley HS 2010: Enrolled at Cal in January of 2010 and took part in spring drills. HIGH SCHOOL: Had a big senior season as a linebacker, earning a spot on the Contra Costa Times' "Cream of the Crop" top-20 list, as well as San Francisco Chronicle All-East Bay, All-Metro and first-team All-Alameda Contra Costa League honors, ... recorded 115 tackles, 12.5 sacks and a pair of interceptions in his final prep campaign when he was also his squad's Defensive MVP and a team captain ... earned honorable mention All-ACCAL honors as a junior when he played safety ... led his squad to ACCAL titles in both his final two campaigns ... started his prep career as a quarterback in his first two seasons.

2010: Transferred to Cal from Oregon State in January of 2010 and participated in spring practices with the Golden Bears. OREGON STATE: Spent two seasons from 2008-09 with the football program before transferring to Cal. HIGH SCHOOL: Spent his first two high school campaigns at Kahuku High School, where along with his brother and current Cal teammate, Kaulin, he helped lead his squad to the 2005 state title in Hawaii as a sophomore ... went to Mission Viejo High School as a junior in 2006 and led his team with 114 tackles, while earning first-team All-South Coast League honors while playing safety and outside linebacker … participated in only the final two games of the season as a 2007 senior after recovering from an injury suffered during the summer prior to his final prep campaign … also a member of the surf team at Kahuku. PERSONAL: Full name is Kameron Cooper Krebs ... born February 2, 1989 ... parents are Ken and Kathy Krebs ... one of seven siblings that all have a first name that starts with a “K” like their parents, including older brother, Kaulin, who transferred to Cal along with Kameron in the spring of 2010 from Oregon State … an excellent musician who plays in a rock band … major is undeclared but considering Business Administration.

Kaulin KREBS (colin)

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WR, 6-1, 191.................Sunset Beach, HI SO-TR............. Oregon State/Kahuku HS 2010: Transferred to Cal from Oregon State in January of 2010 but was limited in spring practices with the Golden Bears due to injury. OREGON STATE: Spent two seasons with the football program but did not see any game action, redshirting as a true freshman in 2008 and then missing the 2009 season with a torn ACL. HIGH SCHOOL: A first-team All-State and All-OIA League quarterback in Hawaii who threw for 1,100 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior and set numerous state records, including single-season passer efficiency and the longest pass with a 73-yard completion … led his team to the Division I state title as a senior in 2005 along with younger brother and current Cal teammate, Kameron … squad won a pair of Division I OIA titles in his final two prep campaigns … MVP of the 2005 Kingdom Bowl that took place on the island of Tonga between Hawaii and the mainland … also played two seasons of basketball, with his team the state runners up and league champions during his senior campaign for the school’s best showing ever … also a member of the school’s surf team. PERSONAL: Full name is Kaulin W. Krebs ... born September 11, 1987 ... parents are Ken and Kathy Krebs … one of seven siblings that all have a first name that starts with a “K” like their parents, including brother younger brother, Kameron, who transferred to Cal along with Kaulin in the spring of 2010 from Oregon State ... has been a surf instructor on the North Shore in Hawaii … spent two years on a mission … major is undeclared but considering Business Administration.

PERSONAL: Full name is Lucas Brewster King ... born January 31, 1991 ... parents are Tom and Holly King ... has been going to Cal games since he was about five years old and says his favorite Cal game was the 2003 triple-overtime win over USC ... major is undeclared but considering American Studies.

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TE, 6-7, 245...................Kansas City, MO SO-1V.......................... Pembroke Hill HS 2009: Appeared in seven games off the bench primarily on special teams and as a backup tight end … did not record any statistics other than participation … made his collegiate debut in the season-opener vs. Maryland and also got into contests against Washington State, vs. Oregon State, vs. Arizona, at Stanford, at Washington and in the Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah … played in each of the team’s last five games. 2008: Redshirted … did not play … named the team’s Co-Scout Player of the Year on offense. HIGH SCHOOL: A SuperPrep All-America and All-Midlands choice … earned a four-star rating from Scout and was listed No. 15 among tight end prospects nationally … Rivals tabbed him as a four-star recruit and its No. 4 prospect in the state of Missouri as well as its No. 16 tight end in the country … posted 28 receptions for 279 yards and three scores in his senior year … hauled in 31 receptions for 575 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior, when he earned All-Freelance League, All-Area and All-Metro honors ... also lettered in basketball and lacrosse. PERSONAL: Full name is Spencer Alan Ladner ... born October 16, 1989 ... parents are Dale and Amy Ladner ... father played collegiate basketball at Kansas … older brother, Ben, played football at Stanford … major is undeclared but considering Sociology. YEAR 2009

LADNER’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS G-GS 7-0

NO 0

YDS 0

AVG 0.0

Alex LAGEMANN (LAH-gah-minn)

TD 0

LONG 0

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WR, 6-2, 210........................Saratoga, CA JR-1V....................................Saratoga HS 2009: Made his collegiate debut by playing in 11 games, including his first career start vs. Oregon State … tallied 12 receptions for 150 yards with 11 of the catches and 127 of the yards coming over the final six games of the campaign … had three catches in a pair of games at Arizona State (careerhigh 38 yards) and at Stanford in the Big Game (31 yards) … made his first career reception in the season-opener against Maryland for a career-long 23-yard gain ... also had a pair of receptions in back-to-back home games vs. Oregon State (23 yards) and Arizona (24 yards), as well as one for 11 yards vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl … a first-team Pac-10 All-Academic choice. 2008: A member of the team but did not see any game action ... won multiple Scout Team Player of the Week honors. 2007: Redshirted with a foot injury … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated as the No. 49 receiver in the nation by Scout ... the No. 70 ranked player in California overall and the No. 68 wide receiver in the nation by Rivals ... selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep, secondteam All-State by both NorCalPreps and the San Francisco Chronicle, was chosen All-West Region by PrepStar, first-team All-Central Coast Section and MVP of the El Camino League as a senior, when he scored 16 touchdowns in 10 games – 11 receiving, two on punt returns, two on kick returns and one rushing ... posted 36 catches for 727 yards and rushed 11 times for 115 yards in his final prep campaign while adding averages of 25.3 yards per punt return (11-278) and 29.5 yards per kick return (16-472) as a senior ... had 43 catches for 736 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior in 2005 to earn a first-team All-Central Coast Section selection, Most Valuable Receiver honors of the El Camino League and All-State underclass recognition.

PERSONAL: Full name is Alexander Robert Lagemann … born July 28, 1989 … parents are Roy and Luci Lagemann … performs as an artist who produces rap music under the name “LOGGY” along with disc jockey and teammate Michael Costanzo (a.k.a., DJ BIG RED) … the two were interviewed and performed the song “Here I Come” on the CSN Bay Area’s Chronicle Live television show in May of 2010 … brother, Augie, finished his collegiate football career as an offensive guard on the Pomona College football team in 2009 ... major is Media Studies.

LAGEMANN’S CAREER CAL RECEIVING STATISTICS

YEAR 2009

G-GS 11-1

NO 12

YDS 150

AVG 12.5

TD 0

LONG 23

LAGEMANN’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Receptions: 3 (twice, last at Stanford, 2009) Receiving Yards: 38 (at Arizona State, 2009) Long Reception: 23 (vs. Maryland, 2009)

Isaac LAPITE (LA-pee-tay)

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DB, 5-10, 190.........................................................Eugene, OR FR-HS......................................Sheldon HS/South Eugene HS HIGH SCHOOL: Played his first three prep seasons at South Eugene High School, before transferring to Sheldon High School for his final campaign ... returned from an injury that kept him out the first half of his senior season to help led his squad to a state title ... knocked down a pass in the end zone as time ran out to preserve a victory in the state championship game ... had an injury filled junior year but still managed to pick up his team's defensive MVP award ... earned All-Southwestern League honors as a sophomore ... also played running back ... a member of the varsity basketball squad during his sophomore campaign ... an honor roll student for all four years ... graduated with an international baccalaureate. PERSONAL: Full name is Isaac Oladisun Lapite … born April 23, 1992 … parents are Olapipo Thejuana Lapite … anything else personal … a prince in the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria, the native land of his father ... cousin of former Cleveland Cavaliers basketball player Luther Rackley ... major is undeclared but considered Business Administration.

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DB, 6-0, 190..............................................................Dallas, TX FR-HS.......................................................................Skyline HS HIGH SCHOOL: Among the nation’s top cornerbacks listed by both Rivals (No. 84) and Scout (No. 152) … checked in at No. 129 on Scout’s tally of the top overall players in Texas … recorded 21 passes defended as a senior, while adding 39 tackles and one interception to earn All-9-5A honors … led his squad to a 12-1 overall record and the third round of the playoffs during his senior season … spent his junior campaign as a running back before switching to the defensive side of the ball for his final prep campaign … has run the 40-yard dash in 4.31 … prep teammate of current Cal defensive back Steve Williams. PERSONAL: Full name is Adrian LaDonte Lee … born March 4, 1992 … parents are Andre Lee and Pearlie Lindsey … one of eight siblings … major is undeclared but considering Business Management.

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Brock MANSION (MAN-shin)

DB, 6-2, 200............................Denver, CO

QB, 6-5, 232.............................Dallas, TX

RFR-RS....................................Mullen HS

JR-2V........... Episcopal School of Dallas

2009: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Tabbed a three-star recruit by Rivals and Scout ... rated by Rivals as the No. 4 overall prospect from Colorado and the No. 29 safety prospect in the nation ... ESPN rated him the No. 17 safety in the nation, while SuperPrep had him as the country’s No. 34 defensive back ... earned All-America nods from PrepStar and SuperPrep ... garnered first-team All-State and All-5A Centennial League honors as a senior, when he led his 11-2 team to the Colorado 5A state title in 2008 and sealed the state championship game with a late interception ... had 109 tackles, an interception and eight pass breakups as a junior, when his squad won the 5A Centennial League title and reached the state semifinals … attended the same high school as Cal teammate senior offensive lineman Chris Guarnero. PERSONAL: Full name is Alexander Quinn-Malik Logan ... born March 9, 1991 ... parents are Alvin Logan Sr. and Dana Logan-Walker ... timed at 4.53 in the 40-yard dash ... major is undeclared but considering Interdisciplinary Studies.

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LS, 6-2, 227...................West Covina, CA RFR-RS.................................. Damien HS 2009: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned varsity letters in each of his final two seasons as a long snapper and defensive lineman … also played a year of varsity baseball. PERSONAL: Full name is Brandon Lawrence Madueno ... born September 22, 1991 ... parents are Lawrence and Diane Madueno …nephew of Cal’s all-time tackles leader David Ortega, who is now the Cal Athletics compliance director ... major is undeclared but considering Operational Research and Management Science.

CAL CAREER: Has appeared in five games as a quarterback, completing 3-of-7 passes for 26 yards … career passer efficiency rating is 74.1 … has rushed for 13 yards on three carries and had a one-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter at Washington State in 2008 … also the team’s holder for field goal and extra-point attempts. 2009: Played in three of the first four games off the bench as a quarterback vs. Maryland, vs. Eastern Washington and at Oregon, but did not take a snap over the final nine contests … threw an incompletion in his only pass attempt in the season-opener vs. Maryland. 2008: Appeared in two games at Washington State and vs. Washington, combining to complete 3-of-6 passes for 26 yards … had a passer efficiency rating of 86.4 … also rushed for 13 yards on three carries and had a one-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter at Washington State … was 2-of-4 for 16 yards in the air vs. Washington, while totaling 1-of-2 completions for 10 yards (career-long pass) at Washington State. 2007: Redshirted … did not play … earned the team’s Freshman Lifter of the Year Award. HIGH SCHOOL: A PrepStar All-America selection ... Rivals rated Mansion No. 11 in its “pro-style” quarterback class ... selected to the All-Southwest team by SuperPrep ... attended the Elite 11 quarterback camp in 2006 ... threw for 2,200 yards and 26 touchdowns, adding 989 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground in his final campaign as a senior in 2006 to lead his team to a third-place state finish … was one of eight underclassmen to earn All-State honor as a junior in 2005 when he threw for 1,986 yards, 28 touchdowns and only six interceptions. PERSONAL: Full name is Hans Brock Mansion … born December 19, 1987 … parents are Hans and Kim Mansion … father was a tight end at Texas Tech … three uncles played college football at Texas, Nebraska and Texas Tech, respectively … major is undeclared but considering American Studies. Year 2008 2009 Totals YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

MANSION’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS G-GS EFFIC 2-0 86.4 3-0 0.0 5-0 74.1

C-A-I 3-6-0 0-1-0 3-7-0

PCT 50.0 0.0 42.9

YDS 26 0 26

TD LONG AVG/G 0 10 13.0 0 0 0.0 0 10 5.2

MANSION’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS G-GS 2-0 3-0 5-0

NO 3 0 3

YDS 13 0 13

AVG 4.3 0.0 4.3

MANSION’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Pass Completions: 2 (vs. Washington, 2008) Pass Attempts: 4 (vs. Washington, 2008) Passing Yards: 16 (vs. Washington, 2008) Long Pass: 10 (at Washington State, 2008) Rushes: 2 (vs. Washington, 2008) Rushing Yards: 12 (vs. Washington, 2008) Rushing TDs: 1 (at Washington State, 2008) Long Rush: 7 (vs. Washington, 2008) Points: 6 (at Washington State, 2008)

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Jerome MEADOWS

LB, 6-3, 228...................Spartanburg, SC

TE, 6-3, 261........................ San Jose, CA

SR-1V..............San Jose CC/Broome HS

JR-2V......................Archbishop Mitty HS

CAL CAREER: Wore No. 55 in his first season at Cal in 2009 but has changed to No. 41 for his 2010 senior campaign. 2009: Played in 10 games off the bench primarily on special teams but also as a reserve linebacker, missing only three consecutive contests in the first half of the year at Minnesota, vs. Oregon and vs. USC … recorded four tackles (two unassisted, two assisted) and 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard) … had a career-high three tackles and his half tackle for loss (-1 yard) in the season opener vs. Maryland … picked up his other tackle in the Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah … named as the nation’s No. 49 incoming junior college player prior to the season by Phil Steele. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Earned a three-star rating from Rivals and Scout … named as the nation’s No. 75 junior college player by SuperPrep … posted 105 tackles, 15.5 sacks, three interceptions including one that he returned 59 yards for a touchdown, and four forced fumbles as a 2008 sophomore at nearby San Jose City College ... served as president of the Black Student Union. HIGH SCHOOL: Helped lead his team to the South Carolina state title as a junior and the Region AA championship in his senior campaign ... squad won 19 straight games during his junior and senior seasons, capturing its final seven contests as a junior and first 12 in his senior season before losing in the second round of the playoffs. PERSONAL: Full name is Jerome Michael Meadows … born September 14, 1988 … parents are Clifford Jr. and Wendy Meadows … father is former United States Air Force sergeant … spent much of his childhood growing up at the Lakenheath Air Force Base near Suffolk, England … originally signed to attend Wingate before eventually landing at San Jose City College and Cal … major is undeclared but considering Sociology.

MEADOWS’ CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

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G-GS 10-0

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Anthony MILLER

UA-A-TOT 2-2-4

TFL 0.5-1

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0

MEADOWS’ CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 3 (vs. Maryland, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 0.5 (vs. Maryland, 2009)

FF FR 0 0

NATIONAL HONORS CANDIDATE

CAL CAREER: Has played in 21 games with starts … has totaled 27 receptions for 359 yards and one touchdown catch, which came on his first career pass reception in 2008 and was the winning score late in the fourth quarter of a 24-17 Emerald Bowl victory over Miami, Fla. 2010: Earned honorable mention preseason All-American honors from College Football Insider, as well as first-team All-Pac-10 selections by Lindy’s and Sporting News, as well as second-team by Phil Steele and third-team according to Athlon … listed by Phil Steele as the nation’s No. 13 drafteligible tight end. 2009: An All-Pac-10 honorable mention selection ... tallied 26 receptions for 357 yards to rank third on the team in both categories … was No. 24 in the Pac-10 in per-game receiving yards (32.45) ... played in 11 contests with 10 starts, missing back-to-back contests vs. Oregon State and Arizona due to injury … recorded at least one catch in each of the last 10 games he played in after being shutout in the season-opener against Maryland … had the longest catch of his career when he hauled in a 32-yarder vs. Eastern Washington … made a career-high five catches for 55 yards vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl … posted four receptions and a career-high 70 receiving yards against USC … had three catches on three occasions at Stanford (53 yards), vs. Eastern Washington (48 yards) and at Arizona State (47 yards). 2008: Saw action in 10 games all off the bench as a true freshman, primarily as a backup tight end and on special teams ... his one catch came on Cal’s last offensive play of the year – a two-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Nate Longshore with 2:41 left in the contest to provide the game-winning score in the Bears’ 24-17 Emerald Bowl win over Miami, Fla. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated the No. 18 tight end prospect in the country by Rivals and No. 53 according to Scout ... earned three-star rankings from both Rivals and Scout ... selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep ... CalHiSports third-team All-State selection and first-team All-West Catholic League choice as a junior as well as a San Jose Mercury News All-WCL choice ... posted 12 receptions for 106 yards and one touchdown for a run-dominated offense during his junior season while contributing 69 tackles, 10.0 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks on the defensive side of the ball ... had 18 catches for 310 yards and five scores his senior year. PERSONAL: Full name is Anthony Joseph Miller ... born January 22, 1990 ... parents are Antonio and Farida Miller ... has two sisters, Tiffany and Briana … major is undeclared but considering Sociology. YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

MILLER’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS G-GS 10-0 11-10 21-10

NO 1 26 27

YDS 2 357 359

AVG 2.0 13.7 13.3

TD 1 0 1

LONG 2 32 32

MILLER’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Receptions: 5 (vs. Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009) Receiving Yards: 70 (vs. USC, 2009) Receiving TDs: 1 (vs. Emerald Bowl vs. Miami, Fla., 2008) Long Reception: 32 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Points: 6 (vs. Emerald Bowl vs. Miami, Fla., 2008)

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LB, 6-3, 245.......................... Brawley, CA SR-3V.................................... Brawley HS

NATIONAL HONORS CANDIDATE

CAL CAREER: One of the team’s most experienced players having played in all 39 games possible over the last three seasons with 16 starts … became a full-time starter in 2009 and earned first-team AllPac-10 honors after garnering an honorable mention all-conference selection in 2008 … Cal’s active career leader with 245 tackles (150 unassisted, 95 assisted) to rank only six outside of the school’s all-time top 10 … also Cal’s active career leader in interceptions with six picks that he has returned for 36 yards and one touchdown … has added other career totals of 15.0 tackles for loss (-58 yards), 5.0 sacks (-37 yards), eight pass breakups, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries that he has returned for three yards … has also brought back two kicks for 10 yards … has been honored on the Pac-10 All-Academic team three times, earning first-team recognition in each of the last two campaigns … has been named Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week three times, twice as a junior in 2009 after once during his 2008 sophomore season. 2010: A national honors candidate who has earned several preseason honors, including being named to the Playboy All-America squad … also a second-team All-American selection by The Kickoff, a third-team choice of both NationalChamps.net and Phil Steele, and an honorable mention pick by College Football Insiders … has added first-team All-Pac-10 preseason selections from Athlon, Lindy’s and Phil Steele … on watch lists for the 2010 Rotary Lombardi Award, The Lott Trophy and the Bronko Nagurski Trophy … a preseason favorite for the College Football Performance Awards Linebacker Trophy … named the nation’s No. 4 draft-eligible inside linebacker by Phil Steele as well as the country’s No. 5 inside linebacker by Lindy’s … selected as a “Key Golden Bear” by Athlon and one of Cal’s “Players to Watch” according to Lindy’s … featured in a story by the Pacific Club Impact Foundation, sponsors of The Lott Trophy, on the organization’s website. 2009: A first-team All-Pac-10 and postseason Phil Steele All-Pac-10 firstteam selection on defense ... winner of the team’s Andy Smith Award as the Cal player with the most Big “C” time … was named the Bear Backers MVP on the defensive side of the ball as voted by his teammates … captured the Berkeley Breakfast Club Award as the team’s outstanding defensive player in the Big Game ... also had a big year in the classroom, earning District 8 All-Academic first-team honors from CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine for the first time and Pac-10 All-Academic first-team honors for the second year in a row … started all 13 games, recording a Pac-10 and team-high 112 tackles that were 41 more than teammate Mychal Kendricks’ second-place 71 total and 16 more than the 96 posted by USC’s Taylor Mays that ranked second in the Pac-10 … also ranked 43rd nationally with an average of 8.62 stops per game … added 8.0 tackles for loss (-35 yards), 2.0 sacks (-21 yards), a team-high three interceptions that he returned for six yards and that ranked tied for 12th per game in the Pac-10 with an average of 0.23, one forced fumble, three pass breakups and three quarterback hurries (second on club) … had 10 or more tackles five times, nine or more tackles on eight occasions and five or more 12 times … named Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week twice, picking up the honor after recording a season-high-tying 12 tackles at Arizona State and following a performance at Stanford in which he recorded 10 tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard) and the game-clinching interception that he returned six yards from the Cal three-yard line as the Cardinal was driving for the lead late in fourth quarter … also earned honorable mention recognition for Linebacker Performer of the Week honors after his performance against Stanford … picked up a season-high-tying 12 tackles vs. USC and against Washington State, also recording 1.0 tackle for loss (-4 yards) and a career-high two quarterback hurries against the Cougars … had a huge game in the season-opener vs. Maryland with 10 tackles, a career-high 2.0 tackles for loss (-8 yards) and 1.0 sacks (-7 yards) … had a devastating sack for minus-14 yards and a forced fumble on the same play that Kendricks returned 45 yards to the Eastern Washington five-yard line in the second game of the season, while adding a pass breakup against the Eagles … his trio of nine-tackle games came at Oregon, at UCLA and vs. Arizona, with one pass breakup against both the Ducks and the Wildcats … had seven tackles,

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a career-high two of his three interceptions (zero return yards) on the season and 1.0 tackle for loss (-1 yard) at Minnesota, with both of his interceptions coming in the fourth quarter and the Bears protecting the lead in an eventual 35-21 victory … recorded seven tackles in a pair of other games vs. Oregon State and in the Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, adding 1.5 tackles for loss (-5 yards) and one quarterback hurry vs. the Beavers and 1.0 tackle for loss (-2 yards) against the Utes… led or co-led the Bears in tackles in seven of the team’s last 10 contests … a second-team midseason All-Pac-10 choice according to Phil Steele … selected first-team preseason All-Pac-10 by Phil Steele and Sporting News, as well as second-team by Athlon … named as the nation’s No. 44 inside linebacker in the preseason by Phil Steele. 2008: An honorable mention All-Pac-10 choice that tied for second on the team with 87 tackles and tied for 12th in the Pac-10 in tackles with an average of 6.69 stops per game, despite starting just two contests but playing in all 13 ... added 6.0 tackles for loss (-22 yards), 3.0 sacks (-16 yards), three interceptions that he returned for 30 yards and one touchdown with the average of 0.23 picks per contest tying for 14th in the Pac-10, two pass breakups, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries that he returned for three yards … named the Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week after Cal’s win over UCLA, finishing with nine solo stops, a career-high-tying 2.0 tackles for loss (-8 yards), 1.0 sack (-7 yards) and an interception he returned 19 yards for his lone college touchdown ... followed up the performance vs. UCLA by recording a career-best 14 tackles in the next game vs. Oregon ... had his second pick of the year vs. Stanford (10-yard return) and his third in the Emerald Bowl victory over Miami, Fla. (1-yard return) when he also recorded seven tackles and a quarterback hurry against the Hurricanes … had a huge game in the regular-season finale against Washington, recording both of his two career fumble recoveries that he returned for three yards, one forced fumble, 1.0 sack (-6 yards), 1.0 tackle for loss (-6 yards) and one quarterback hurry, to go along with four tackles ... recorded nine tackles vs. Colorado State (also a quarterback hurry) … recorded seven tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss for minus-four yards both at Washington State and at USC, adding a sack for a three-yard loss against the Trojans … had eight tackles at Arizona … batted down a career-high two passes at Oregon State ... given the J. Scott Duncan Award for Cal’s Most Valuable Special Teams Player ... earned first-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors. 2007: Made an impact as a redshirt freshman for Cal’s talented linebacker corps, playing in all 13 games off the bench and on special teams … recorded 46 tackles, 1.0 tackle for loss (-1 yard), three pass breakups and one quarterback hurry primarily as a weakside linebacker … tallied 24 tackles in the last five games ... earned his first career start at Oregon, recording a season-high-tying eight tackles in the Bears’ victory ... had eight more takedowns and 1.0 tackle for loss (-1 yard) in the Big Game at Stanford ... collected five tackles against Washington State and in the Armed Forces Bowl victory over Air Force, adding a pass breakup against the Cougars … recorded a quarterback hurry and a pass breakup vs. Arizona, as well as a pass breakup against Louisiana Tech … an honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic selection. 2006: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Named the Imperial Valley Defensive Player of the Year as a senior after accumulating 62 tackles, 14.0 tackles for loss, 5.0 sacks and six blocked punts ... named team MVP and was also a first-team All-Imperial Valley League selection and a second-team medium schools All-State choice by CalHiSports ... member of the San Diego Hall of Champions defensive team ... selected to the San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic team ... led his squad to the CIF section championship game and semifinals during each of his last two years. PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Patrick Mohamed … born March 11, 1988 … parents are Mike and Molly Mohamed ... cousins Marty and Kyle Mohamed are sibling linebackers at Cal Poly … hobbies include music, movies and snowboarding ... major is Business Administration.

MOHAMED’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR G-GS UA-A-TOT TFL SACK INT PBU FF FR 2007 13-1 30-16-46 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 3 0 0 2008 13-2 51-36-87 6.0-22 3.0-16 3-30 2 1 2 2009 13-13 69-43-112 8.0-35 2.0-21 3-6 3 1 0 Totals 39-16 150-95-245 15.0-58 5.0-37 6-36 8 2 2 Other Stats: Mohamed returned one of his 2008 interceptions 19 yards for a touchdown.

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MOHAMED’S CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS

YEAR 2009 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 13-1 13-2 13-13 39-16

NO 0 2 0 2

YDS 0 10 0 10

AVG 0.0 5.0 0.0 5.0

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 0 6 0 6

PERSONAL: Full name is Terrance Taray Montgomery Jr. … born August 28, 1992 … parents are Demond Whitfield and Shauntees Williams … major is undeclared but considering Media Studies.

MOHAMED’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

LB, 6-1, 225...................Los Angeles, CA

Tackles: 14 (vs. Oregon, 2008) Tackles For Loss: 2.0 (twice, last vs. Maryland, 2009) Sacks: 1.0 (five times, last vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Forced Fumbles: 1 (twice, last vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Fumble Recoveries: 2 (vs. Washington, 2008) Interceptions: 2 (at Minnesota, 2009) Pass Breakups: 2 (at Oregon State, 2008) Quarterback Hurries: 2 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Kick Returns: 1 (twice, last at Oregon State, 2008) Kick Return Yards: 6 (at Oregon State, 2008) Long Kick Return: 6 (at Oregon State, 2008) Points: 6 (vs. UCLA, 2008)

SO-SQ.....................................Dorsey HS CAL CAREER: A member of the team for the last two seasons from 2008-09, playing in three games off the bench and recording five tackles (two unassisted, three assisted) … originally signed with Cal in 2007, but enrolled in January of 2008 after completing his recovery from an injury suffered in high school. 2009: A member of the team but did not see any game action due to injury.

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Robert MULLINS

DB, 6-2, 212...................... Richmond, CA JR-1V..........Laney College/El Cerrito HS 2009: Played in 12 games primarily as on special teams … also a backup safety … recorded six tackles (five unassisted, one assisted) and one forced fumble when he knocked a ball loose that was recovered by teammate D.J. Campbell on the opening kickoff at Oregon, setting up an eventual 47-yard field goal by Vincenzo D’Amato and giving the Bears an early 3-0 lead … had a career-high three tackles vs. Eastern Washington, as well as one each in games at Oregon, vs. USC and vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl.

2008: Redshirted due to injury ... played in the first three games off the bench and recorded five tackles … had four stops at Washington State and added one at Maryland. HIGH SCHOOL: Rivals listed him as the No. 47 overall prospect in California and No. 32 nationally for outside linebackers ... a PrepStar All-West Region choice ... did not play as a senior due to injury, but set a single-season school record with 165 tackles as a junior, adding 5.0 sacks and a pair of interceptions including one that he returned for a touchdown. PERSONAL: Full name is Robert Lee Mullins III ... born January 7, 1989 ... parents are Robert and Cheryl Mullins ... played in high school with current Golden Bear teammate Keith Browner ... major is undeclared but considering Sociology. YEAR 2008

MULLINS’ CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS G-GS 3-0

UA-A-TOT 2-3-5

TFL 0.0-0

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0

MULLINS’ CAREER GAME HIGHS

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Recorded 35 tackles, three interceptions that he returned for 88 yards and one fumble recovery as a redshirt freshman in 2008 … did not play as a true freshman in 2007 after suffering a broken leg.

Tackles: 4 (at Washington State, 2008)

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first-team All-Alameda Contra Costa Athletic League honors and led his team to the North Coast Section title game as a senior.

Bryant NNABUIFE

PERSONAL: Full name is Christopher Justin Moncrease … born July 5, 1989 … mother is Demetrice Moncrease … major is undeclared but considering African American Studies.

MONCREASE’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2009

G-GS 12-0

UA-A-TOT 5-1-6

TFL 0.0-0

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0

FF FR 1 0

MONCREASE’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 3 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Forced Fumbles: 1 (at Oregon, 2009)

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WR, 5-11, 180.................................................Los Angeles, CA FR-HS...........................................................West Adams Prep HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as the nation’s No. 61 wide receiver by ESPN … earned first-team All-Los Angeles honors as a senior when he hauled in 42 receptions for 700 yards and 12 touchdowns, while adding a pair of scores on five kickoff returns for 246 yards to lead his squad to an 11-2 overall mark and a second consecutive Southern League title … recorded 34 catches for 738 yards and nine scores as a junior, while adding 12 kickoff returns for 304 yards … the first West Adams Prep player to receive a scholarship from a Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) squad … according to ESPN, “possesses terrific lateral agility and balance in the open field.”

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(nuh-BOO-fee)

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DB, 6-1, 191.......................... Houston, TX SR-2V................Blinn College/Elkins HS CAL CAREER: Has played in 20 games with four starts, contributing career totals of 35 tackles (28 unassisted, seven assisted), 2.0 tackles for loss (-5 yards) and two pass breakups … also has a pair of touchdowns off punts that teammates blocked and he brought back a combined 35 yards for scores. 2009: Played in 10 games, starting the team’s last four contests at a cornerback position opposite four-year starter Syd’Quan Thompson … recorded 30 tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss (-5 yards) and one pass breakup … all of his stats other than two tackles came over the team’s final five contests … equaled a career-best seven tackles both in his first career start vs. Arizona and in the regular-season finale at Washington when he also had a careerhigh 1.5 tackles for loss (-3 yards) … recorded five tackles both vs. Oregon State and in the Poinsettia Bowl against Utah when he also picked up his 0.5 tackles for loss (-2 yards) … added four tackles and his pass breakup at Stanford and two tackles at UCLA. 2008: Saw most of his action as a member of Cal’s special teams, playing in 10 games ... the only player in the Pac-10 to return two blocked punts for touchdowns, both coming after teammates blocked punts ... picked up a punt that Brett Johnson blocked and ran it back five yards for a score against Michigan State for the Bears’ first points of the campaign in the first quarter of the season-opener … second touchdown came in the fourth game of the campaign when he picked up a punt blocked by Mychal Kendricks and

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brought it back 30 yards into the end zone to give the Bears an early 7-0 lead in the first quarter vs. Colorado State ... had a season-high three tackles in the regular season finale vs. Washington … recorded two tackles and a pass breakup at Washington State. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played one season at Blinn College, recording 38 tackles, 1.0 sack and two interceptions as a freshman in 2007. HIGH SCHOOL: Tallied 45 tackles, three interceptions, two forced fumbles as a junior before playing receiver as a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is Bryant Nnabuife … born December 29, 1988 ... father is Emmanuel Nnabuife … the younger brother of Alvin Nnabuife, who played collegiately at SMU and had brief NFL stints with the Oakland Raiders and Green Bay Packers in 2006, and the Cologne Centurions of NFL Europe in 2007 … major is American Studies.

NNABUIFE’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 10-0 10-4 20-4

UA-A-TOT 2-3-5 26-4-30 28-7-35

TFL 0.0-0 2.0-5 2.0-5

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 1 0.0-0 0 1 0.0-0 0 2

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

OWUSU’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS G-GS 5-0 12-0 17-0

UA-A-TOT 2-3-5 6-1-7 8-4-12

G-GS 10-0 10-4 20-4

NO 0 0 0

YDS 35 0 35

AVG 0.0 0.0 0.0

TD 2 0 2

Tackles: 7 (twice, last at Washington, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 1.5 (at Washington, 2009) Pass Breakups: 1 (twice, last at Stanford, 2009) Punt Return Yards: 30 (vs. Colorado State, 2008) Punt Return TD’s: 1 (twice, last vs. Colorado State) Points: 6 (twice, last vs. Colorado State, 2008)

Ernest OWUSU

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DL, 6-4, 267.........................Nashville, TN JR-2V.......The Hun School of Princeton/ ........................................ Father Ryan HS CAL CAREER: Has played in 17 games all off the bench, contributing 12 tackles (eight unassisted, four assisted), 4.0 tackles for loss (-21 yards), 2.0 sacks (-15 yards) and a pass breakup. 2009: Played in 12 games off the bench primarily as a reserve defensive lineman, and finished the season with seven tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss (-18 yards), 2.0 sacks (-15 yards) and one pass breakup … recorded all of his sacks and tackles for loss in the season-opener vs. Maryland, with the 3.0 tackles for loss tying for the most by a Cal player in 2009 while both were career highs … also had a season-high three tackles and his first career pass breakup vs. the Terrapins … added two tackles in the second game of the season vs. Eastern Washington and then one each at UCLA and at Washington in the regular-season finale ... second-team Pac-10 All-Academic selection. 2008: Played in five games, recording five tackles and 1.0 tackle for loss (-3 yards) … had a career-high four stops in his collegiate debut against Colorado State … his other stop was a tackle for loss (-3 yards) in the regular-season finale vs. Washington. 2007: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Took a prep year in 2006 at The Hun School of Princeton after his 2005 senior season at Father Ryan High School in Nashville, Tennessee ... listed as a three-star prospect by Rivals, which also ranked him the No. 24 prospect on its Prep School top-50 listing ... had 60 tackles and 12.0 sacks in 2005 as a senior at Father Ryan and posted nearly identical numbers in 2006 at The Hun School of Princeton with 62 tackles, 13.0 sacks and an interception.

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Kendrick PAYNE

DL, 6-2, 299.......................... Houston, TX SO-1V............................. Klein Forest HS CAL CAREER: Has played in 14 games with two starts, recording 13 tackles (eight unassisted, five assisted), 4.0 tackles for loss (-9 yards), 1.0 sack (-5 yards), one fumble recovery and one pass breakup. 2009: Played in 12 games, including the first two starts of his career in the team’s final two contests … accounted for all of his career stats other than two games participated in by recording 13 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss (-9 yards), 1.0 sack (-6 yards), one fumble recovery and one pass breakup … had the biggest game of his career in the team’s final contest of the season vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl, collecting career-bests of three tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss (-6 yards) and his first career sack for a five-yard loss … had two tackles on four other occasions vs. Eastern Washington, vs. Washington State (0.5 tackle for loss, -1 yard), at Arizona State (1.0 tackle for loss, -1 yard) and at Stanford (0.5 tackles for loss, -1 yard) … fumble recovery came at Minnesota when he recovered a ball that had been knocked out by teammate Mychal Kendricks to stop a third-quarter Minnesota drive at the Cal 19-yard line, preserving a 21-14 lead for the Golden Bears … recorded his first career pass breakup in the season opener vs. Maryland. 2008: Redshirted … played in the first two games of the season but did not record any stats other than participation … enrolled in January of 2008 after graduating early from high school and took part in 2008 spring drills. HIGH SCHOOL: After missing much of his junior campaign with a hip pointer, returned in his senior season to put up 44 tackles, 13.0 tackles for loss, 7.0 sacks and four quarterback hurries to earn Co-Defensive District MVP honors ... registered a game-winning sack against rival Aldine High School ... helped team to a 9-2 record before a loss in the second round of the state playoffs. PERSONAL: Full name is Kendrick Bernard Payne ... born June 14, 1990 ... parents are Kenneth Payne and Angela Williams ... uncle, Harvey Williams, played college football at LSU and for eight seasons in the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs, and both the Los Angeles and Oakland Raiders ... from the same high school as Cal football classmate Josh Hill … major is undeclared but considering Social Welfare. YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

PAYNE’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS G-GS 2-0 12-2 14-2

UA-A-TOT 0-0-0 8-5-13 8-5-13

TFL 0-0 4.0-9 4.0-9

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0 1.0-5 0 1 1.0-5 0 1

PAYNE’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 3 (Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 2.0 (Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009) Sacks: 1.0 (Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (at Minnesota, 2009) Pass Breakups: 1 (vs. Maryland, 2009)

PERSONAL: Full name is Ernest John Yaw Owusu Jr. … born May 26, 1988 … parents are Ernest and Margaret Owusu … major is undeclared but considering Political Economies of Industrial Societies.

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FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

OWUSU’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

LONG 30 0 30

NNABUIFE’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0 2.0-15 0 1 2.0-15 0 1

Tackles: 4 (vs. Colorado State, 2008) Tackles For Loss: 3.0 (vs. Maryland, 2009) Sacks: 2.0 (vs. Maryland, 2009) Pass Breakups: 1 (vs. Maryland, 2009)

NNABUIFE’S CAREER PUNT RETURN STATISTICS

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

TFL 1.0-3 3.0-18 4.0-21

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Clark PORTER

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LS/LB, 6-3, 230.....Pacific Palisades, CA JR-RS.............Harvard-Westlake School 2009: Redshirted ... did not play … joined the club as a walk-on in the fall of 2009. 2008: A student at Cal but not a member of the football program. 2007: A student at Cal but not a member of the football program … played club volleyball. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned Serra League Defensive MVP and Northwest Division All-Section honors while also serving as a team captain during his 2006 senior season when his team reached the semifinals of the Northwest Division section playoffs … added team MVP honors as a junior in 2005 and was the Defensive MVP of his junior varsity squad as a 2004 sophomore … also played three seasons of prep volleyball, earning All-Serra League honors as a senior in 2007 with his squad advancing to the Division I quarterfinals, as well as being named his team’s Most Improved Player as a sophomore and the junior varsity MVP during his freshman year … played one season of basketball and was team MVP as a freshman. PERSONAL: Full name is Clark Willard Porter ... born March 14, 1989 ... parents are Clark and Kathryn Porter ... father played on the AVP Beach Volleyball Tour as well as professionally in Italy, while Clark has worked as a beach volleyball counselor … has played AAU volleyball and earned All-Tournament honors playing for an under-18 club team that was a Junior Olympic runner up … major is undeclared but considering Integrative Biology.

Jarred PRICE

PRICE’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 2 (vs. Maryland, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 1.0 (three times, last vs. USC) Sacks: 1.0 (twice, last vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Quarterback Hurries: 1 (vs. Maryland, 2009)

Tyler RIGSBEE

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OL, 6-4, 275.............................. Chico, CA SO-SQ....................... Pleasant Valley HS 2009: A member of the team but did not see any game action. 2008: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: A SuperPrep All-America and All-Far West team choice ... a four-star recruit by Scout and Rivals ... Scout graded him at No. 21 among the nation’s offensive tackles, while Rivals listed him as the No. 29 offensive tackle prospect in the country and at No. 40 among all prospects in California ... helped pave the way for a prep rushing attack that registered 2,428 yards on the ground during his senior campaign. PERSONAL: Full name is Tyler Michael Rigsbee ... born March 24, 1990 ... parents are Craig and Karla Rigsbee ... father and uncle played football at Utah State ... father is the Director of Athletics and former football head coach at Butte College and a former head football coach, as well as the current offensive line coach at Pleasant Valley High School ... major is Political Science.

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LB, 5-11, 213............................ Dallas, TX SR-1V............Blinn College/Madison HS 2009: Played in all 12 regular-season games off the bench primarily as a pass-rush specialist and on special teams but did not play vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl … posted six tackles (five unassisted, one assisted), 3.5 tackles for loss (-17 yards), 2.5 sacks (-15 yards) and one quarterback hurry … had a season-high two tackles, including a nine-yard sack for a nine-yard loss and a quarterback hurry in his Cal debut vs. Maryland in the season-opener … came back in the second game of the campaign vs. Eastern Washington with another sack for five yards … his stop vs. USC was also a tackle for loss for two yards, while he was credited with a half-sack for a yard loss vs. Arizona … his other tackle came at Arizona State ... named as the nation’s No. 12 incoming junior college player prior to the season by Phil Steele. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Tabbed as a four-star junior college prospect by Rivals and Scout … earned first-team NJCAA All-America honors and selected as the Southwest Junior College Football Conference Defensive Player of the Year in 2008 after recording 27.5 tackles for loss, 18.5 sacks and four forced fumbles … posted 12.0 sacks as a freshman in 2007 … listed as the No. 22 overall player on the Rivals Junior College Top 100, while SuperPrep placed him at No. 35 among junior college prospects. HIGH SCHOOL: Set a school record with 24.0 sacks as a senior in 2006 while leading his squad to a 10-1 overall mark, a 3A Region II District 11 regular-season title and the second round of the state playoffs ... also made it to the second round of the 2005 state playoffs and finished 10-2 overall after winning the 3A Region District 10 race. PERSONAL: Full name is Jarred Duane Price … born September 22, 1988 … parents are Reginald Price and Patty Carter … has a time of 4.5 in the 40-yard dash and possesses a 38-inch vertical jump … major is American Studies. YEAR 2009

PRICE’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS G-GS 12-0

UA-A-TOT 5-1-6

TFL 3.5-17

SACK INT PBU 2.5-15 0 0

FF FR 0 0

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Kevin RILEY

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QB, 6-2, 224........................ Portland, OR SR-3V.................................Beaverton HS CAL CAREER: Has completed 357-of-659 passes (54.2%) for 4,773 yards with 37 touchdown passes and 15 interceptions in 28 games played and 23 starts … has a 15-8 record in his 23 starts … the Pac-10’s active career leader in touchdown passes and tied with Washington’s Jake Locker for the most games played by an active Pac-10 quarterback while ranking second to Locker’s 28 starts … ranks among Cal’s all-time leaders in several categories, including touchdown passes (8th), 300-yard passing games (2, 9th-T), 250yard passing games (6, 10th) … his career passer efficiency rating of 129.0 would rank seventh on the school’s all-time list but players are not eligible for the list until they conclude their careers … on the verge of breaking into the school’s all-time top 10 in a couple of other categories, beginning the 2010 season needing only 92 yards of total offense and 268 passing yards to move past Justin Vedder in both categories … also has 123 rushing attempts for one yard and four TDs on the ground, as well as one reception for six yards and one unassisted tackle … had a string of 118 consecutive passes without an interception that began in 2008 and lasted four games into 2009. 2010: Named a “Key Golden Bear” by Athlon, one of Cal’s “Players to Watch” by Lindy’s and the nation’s No. 19 draft-eligible quarterback by Phil Steele. 2009: Had a solid season, starting all 13 games and completing 209-of-382 passes (54.7%) for 2,850 yards with 18 touchdown throws and eight interceptions (all career-highs) … his 2,850 yards of passing and 2,901 yards of total offense both ranked as the fourth-highest single-season totals in school history, while his 18 TD passes are tied for 10th on the school’s single-season list as well as fourth in the Pac-10 for 2009 … also among the Pac-10’s per-game leaders in passing yards (219.2, 4th) and total offense (223.2, 6th) … had a passer efficiency rating of 128.7 to rank sixth in the Pac-10 … rushed for a career-high 51 yards and one touchdown on 82 attempts … had dramatically different numbers in the team’s victories compared to the squad’s losses … completed 129-of-209 passes (61.7%) for 1,899 yards, with 15 touchdowns and four interceptions for a passer efficiency rating of 157.90 and an average of 237.4 passing yards per game in eight wins … was 80-of-173 (46.2%) for 951 yards with three touchdowns and four interceptions for a passer efficiency rating of 93.5 and an average of 190.2 passing yards per game in five losses … recipient of the team’s Most Valuable Offensive Back honor on offense and voted by teammates as the Cort Majors Captains Award winner on the offensive side of the ball ... threw for at least one touchdown pass in each of the last eight games and 10 of 13 overall … named the first Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week of the season and was a College Football Performance Awards Quarterback of the Week honorable mention selection after throwing for a career-high four-touchdowns and completing 17-of-26 passes for 298 yards in the season-opener vs. Maryland … had solid performances in the team’s second and third games of the season vs. Eastern Washington (13-20-0-148-1) and at Minnesota (16-25-0-252-0) as Cal improved to 3-0 and moved up to a No. 6 national ranking … had his longest run of the season vs. Eastern Washington for 18 yards and also kicked off the scoring in a 59-7 win over the Eagles with a one-yard touchdown run in the first quarter … engineered a pair of fourth-quarter touchdown drives (8 plays, 72 yards; 8 plays, 44 yards) in the Minnesota game for 14 points to turn a game that was tied 21-21 after three quarters into a 35-21 Cal win … threw for three touchdowns in back-to-back wins at UCLA (14-23-0-205-3) and vs. Washington State (12-18-1-229-3) after subpar performances in two previous losses at Oregon (12-31-0-123-0) and vs. USC (15-40-1-199-0) … connected on TD passes on his first three attempts to start the Washington State game to become the first Cal player to ever accomplish the feat and also had a season-long 61-yard pass to Jeremy Ross … rushed for a season-high 33 yards on six attempts, including a 17-yard run, during the UCLA contest and also threw a downfield block during Jahvid Best’s 93-yard TD run … threw for a season-high 351 yards that were the second-highest total of his career on 27-of-44 passing during a 23-21 win at Arizona State, marching the Golden Bears down the field by going 5-of-6 for 85 yards on an 11-play, 74-yard drive to set up Giorgio Tavecchio’s game-winning 24-yard field goal with 0:21 remaining … was 19-of-34 for 200 yards with one TD pass and one interception against Oregon State … solid in Cal’s first wins in back-to-

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back weeks over nationally-ranked teams since 1950 during victories over Arizona (13-22-2-181-1) and at Stanford (17-31-1-235-1) … threw for over 200 yards in back-to-back losses in the regular-season finale at Washington (14-32-0-215-1) and vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl (20-36-2-214-1) … ran a string of consecutive passes without being intercepted up to 118 dating back to the final two games of the 2008 season and through the first four games of 2009 before he was intercepted for the first time in 2009 in the fifth contest of the season vs. USC … recorded his first career tackle (unassisted) after throwing an interception vs. Washington State … listed among the “possibilities” for Heisman Trophy winners by Phil Steele in his college football preview … on the watch list for the Davey O’Brien Quarterback Award … selected third-team preseason All-Pac-10 by Athlon and fourth-team by Phil Steele … named as the nation’s No. 22 draft-eligible quarterback prior to the season by Phil Steele. 2008: Threw for 1,360 yards and 14 touchdowns on 112-of-221 (50.7) with only six interceptions to lead the team in all categories other than completion percentage while sharing the starting job with Nate Longshore … had a 117.85 passer efficiency rating that was second to Longshore’s 125.78 … took the offense’s first snap in nine of the team’s 13 games and played in 11 contests overall … started the team’s first four games (vs. Michigan State, at Washington State, at Maryland, vs. Colorado State) and then two in a row at home vs. UCLA and Oregon to start the second half of the season, as well as three straight (at Oregon State, vs. Stanford, vs. Washington) to end the regular season … saw relief duty both at Arizona and at USC while not playing either vs. Arizona State or in the Emerald Bowl against Miami, Fla. … compiled a 7-2 record as a starter … lost 56 yards on the ground, scoring once on 30 attempts … signature game came in a 35-27 loss at Maryland when he completed 33-of-58 passes for 423 yards with three touchdowns and one interception, setting a single-game school record with the 58 pass attempts and having the 423 yards passing rank as the fourth-most in a game in Cal history and the most in the Pac-10 in 2008, with both totals career-highs as were the 33 pass completions while the three touchdown passes tied a season-best … his 58 passing attempts and 65 total offensive plays in the Maryland contest were also the most in the Pac-10 in 2008 … opened the 2008 campaign as the starter against Michigan State and completed 17-of-24 passes for 202 yards and two touchdowns … threw for one score and rushed for another on a career-long 27-yard run at Washington State, rushing two times for a career-high 45 yards ... completed 11-of-22 passes for 153 yards and two TDs against UCLA, including a 53-yard flea flicker for a score to Nyan Boateng … equaled his season high with three touchdown tosses in the Big Game vs. Stanford and finished an efficient 7-of-11 for 101 yards that including a season-long 59-yard touchdown toss to tailback Shane Vereen, while also being credited with a pass reception for six yards when he caught his own batted throw ... had a 3.5-1 ratio for touchdowns to interceptions (14 TD, 4 INT) in the nine games he started … had at least one touchdown pass in eight of the nine games he started, with the only exception a 48-7 blowout victory over Washington in the regular-season finale. 2007: Completed 36-of-56 passes (64.3%) for 563 yards with five touchdown passes and only one interception in four games and one start for a stellar 174.63 passer efficiency rating ... entered the Armed Forces Bowl vs. Air Force early in the second quarter with a 21-0 deficit and directed the Golden Bears to a 42-36 victory, finishing 16-of-19 for 269 yards and throwing three TD passes without an interception to earn the game’s MVP honors … earned his first career start against Oregon State, filling in for injured starter Nate Longshore, and completed 20-of-34 passes for a season-high 294 yards and two TDs with one interception against the highly-rated OSU defense, while also rushing for a score … with the Bears pinned deep on their own six-yard line and 1:27 left in the game, engineered an 84-yard drive to the Beavers’ 10-yard line, including a fourth and 17 completion to Lavelle Hawkins and a 37-yard pass to Robert Jordan, before time ran out with the then No. 2-ranked Bears missing an opportunity to move into the nation’s top-ranked spot after previous No. 1 LSU had been upset by Kentucky earlier in the day … had completed a career-long 64-yard touchdown pass to Lavelle Hawkins on the previous drive with 2:31 remaining on the clock to pull Cal within 31-28 … made his collegiate debut coming off the bench against Louisiana Tech, going 0-for-3 and rushing twice for minus-seven yards. 2006: Redshirted … did not play. 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the No. 3 prospect at the prestigious EA Sports Elite 11 Quarterback Camp ... second-team All-State selection ... Long Beach Press-Telegram “Best in the West” honorable mention ... named as the Portland Metro Area Player of the Year after passing for 2,580 yards with only six interceptions on 239 attempts ... threw for 55 touchdowns and had just 12 picks over the final two years of his prep career as his team was a combined 19-5 and made a state semifinal appearance during his junior campaign ... Tacoma News Tribune Northwest Blue Chip selection ... two-time team captain and once selected team MVP as a prep ... vice president of his high school class as both a junior and senior. PERSONAL: Full name is Kevin Mcdevitt Riley ... born January 27, 1987 ... parents are Faustin and Rhonda Riley ... father was hired as the head football coach at Sunset High School in April of 2010 after having served as the head coach (1991-2002) and offensive coordinator (2003-09) at Beaverton High School for the previous 19 campaigns ... was the offensive coordinator when Kevin played at Beaverton ... major is American Studies. Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

RILEY’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS

G-GS EFFIC C-A-I PCT YDS TD LONG AVG/G 4-1 174.6 36-56-1 64.3 563 5 64 140.8 11-9 117.8 112-221-6 50.7 1360 14 59 123.6 13-13 128.7 209-382-8 54.7 2850 18 61 219.2 28-23 129.0 357-659-15 54.2 4773 37 64 170.5

RILEY’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS G-GS 4-1 11-9 13-13 28-23

NO 11 30 82 123

YDS 6 -56 51 1

AVG 0.5 -1.9 0.6 0.0

TD 2 1 1 4

LONG 11 27 18 27

YEAR G-GS NO YDS AVG 2007 4-1 0 0 0.0 2008 11-9 1 6 6.0 2009 13-13 0 0 0.0 Totals 28-23 1 6 6.0 *Other Stats: Riley had one unassisted tackle in 2009.

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 0 6 0 6

RILEY’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS

RILEY’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Pass Completions: 33 (at Maryland, 2008) Pass Attempts: 58 (at Maryland, 2008) Passing Yards: 423 (at Maryland, 2008) Passing TDs: 4 (vs. Maryland, 2009) Long Pass: 64TD (vs. Oregon State, 2007) Rushes: 10 (at Washington, 2009) Rushing Yards: 45 (at Washington State, 2008) Rushing TDs: 1 (four times, last vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Long Rush: 27TD (at Washington State, 2008) Receptions: 1 (vs. Stanford, 2008) Receiving Yards: 6 (vs. Stanford, 2008) Long Reception: 6 (vs. Stanford, 2008) Points: 6 (four times, last vs. Eastern Washington, 2009)

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MATT RIOS

LS, 6-1, 230.......................... Phoenix, AZ SO-1V.......................... North Canyon HS 2009: Took over as the team’s starting long snapper and played in all 13 games with no errant snaps … did not record any statistics other than participation. 2008: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated as the No. 2 long snapper in the nation at a Chris Rubio long snapping combine ... earned Class 5A second-team All-State honors from the Arizona Republic ... considered to be one of the nation’s best prep long snappers ... registered 116 tackles and 7.0 sacks as a linebacker while adding two blocked kicks (one punt, one field goal) during his 2007 senior campaign ... recorded 86 tackles and 3.0 sacks as a junior ... attended the same high school as former Cal long snapper Nick

Sundberg, who played all 51 games possible at the position for four seasons from 2005-08 before Rios took over the position in 2009. PERSONAL: Full name is Matthew John Rios ... born January 9, 1990 ... parents are Johnny Rios and Shannon Oughton … major is undeclared but considering Public Health.

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WR, 5-11, 213................ Sacramento, CA SR-2V.......................... Laguna Creek HS CAL CAREER: Ranks second among active Cal players behind tailback Shane Vereen with 1,469 allpurpose yards (110 rushing, 554 receiving, 192 punt return, 613 kick return) ... has played in 33 games with 12 starts, recording 39 catches for 554 yards and three touchdowns … has also contributed 31 kick returns for 613 yards, nine punt returns for 192 yards and a score, and 16 rushes for 110 yards … added a 30-yard touchdown completion to Nyan Boateng in his only career passing attempt in 2008 … a tremendous athlete who has registered top all-time marks in multiple strength and conditioning activities among Cal receivers, including the power clean (341 pounds), bench press (350 pounds, tied for the school’s top mark), squat (500 pounds) and vertical jump (37.5 inches). 2010: Selected as a second-team preseason All-Pac-10 punt returner by Phil Steele and a third-team choice of Athlon … Phil Steele also listed him as the nation’s No. 5 draft-eligible punt returner … a preseason favorite for the College Football Performance Awards Punt Returner Trophy. 2009: Third on team with 860 all-purpose yards (48 rushing, 344 receiving, 192 punt return, 276 kick return) and 18th in the Pac-10 with an average of 66.15 all-purpose yards per game … fourth on the squad with 344 receiving yards, as well as tied for fifth with 22 receptions for an average of 15.6 yards per catch that ranked second … added one touchdown catch in the Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah … ranked second on the club with 14 kick returns for 276 yards, including a career-long 54-yarder against Washington State … added team-leading totals of nine punt returns for 192 yards, including a 76-yard TD scurry against Washington State that was the third-longest in the Pac-10 and the only Cal punt return for a touchdown in 2009 … had six rushes for 48 yards … registered at least one catch in 12 of his 13 games, including each of his final 11 … posted the most productive game of his career against Washington State when he exploded for a career-high 228 all-purpose yards (second-most by a Cal player in 2009 behind Shane Vereen’s 230 at UCLA) with 61 receiving yards (one catch), 75 kick return yards (two returns) and 92 punt return yards (three returns), picking up 181 of his all-purpose yards on three plays with a 76-yard TD punt return, a 61-yard catch and a 54-yard kick return … the punt return and catch were both the longest by a Cal player in 2009, while the kick return was the second-longest behind tailback Isi Sofele’s 65-yard return in the regular-season finale at Washington … named a Punt Returner Performer of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards for his effort against Washington State … had a career-best 73 receiving yards on a career-high-tying three receptions at Minnesota, including two key fourth-quarter catches of 35 and 31 yards from quarterback Kevin Riley on an eight-play, 72-yard drive midway through the fourth quarter that broke a 21-21 tie and put Cal in front to stay … tied his career-high with three receptions on four different occasions, including three consecutive games at Minnesota, at Oregon (eight yards) and vs. USC (28 yards), and then at Arizona State when he totaled 67 receiving yards including a 56-yard grab that set up Cal’s first touchdown in an eventual 2321 win … added two rushes for a season-high 24 yards with a long rush of 24 yards against USC … had a 46-yard punt return in his only punt return against Arizona … recorded career-bests of five kick returns and 110 kick return yards (fifth-most by a Cal player in 2009) in the Big Game at Stanford. 2008: Finished with 609 all-purpose yards (62 rushing, 210 receiving, 337 kick return) and also completed a 30-yard touchdown to a wide-open Nyan Boateng in the second quarter of the Oregon State game, after taking a lateral from quarterback Kevin Riley … played in all 13 games and started five at wide receiver, including the season-opener vs. Michigan State and then four of the last five contests … registered 17 catches for 210 yards and two touchdowns … also had a team-high 17 kick returns for 337 yards than

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ranked second on the squad for a 19.8 average that was 10th in the Pac-10 among eligible punt returns … posted a season-long 47-yard kick return against UCLA … despite playing wide receiver, was Cal’s fourth-leading rusher with 10 carries for 62 yards and had a career-best 41-yard gain in the Big Game vs. Stanford to spark a third-quarter touchdown drive … caught a career-high-tying three balls on three occasions at Arizona (season-high 56 receiving yards), vs. UCLA (44 yards) and at Oregon State (30 yards), with season-long-tying receptions of 29 yards vs. both the Wildcats and the Bruins … led the Bears in all-purpose yards for four consecutive games, notching a season-high 141 at Arizona, 123 vs. UCLA, 119 vs. Oregon and 61 at USC … had his most productive game returning kicks at Arizona when he brought four back for a season-high 85 yards, while also returning four for 81 yards vs. Oregon … credited with one unassisted tackle during the team’s 24-17 Emerald Bowl win over Miami, Fla. 2007: Saw action in seven games all off the bench primarily on special teams … did not record any stats other than participation. 2006: Redshirted … did not play … shared Scout Team Player of the Year honors for offense. HIGH SCHOOL: A threat in both the running and receiving games ... an All-Regional pick by PrepStar, a third-team All-State selection and the Delta League MVP as a senior when he ran for 964 yards on 99 carries and also caught 45 passes that covered 718 yards ... ran the 100 and 200-meter dash in track and field ... played in the Optimist Game in Sacramento. PERSONAL: Full name is Jeremy Spencer Ross … born March 16, 1988 … parents are Jordan and Tangerine Ross ... clocked the fastest 40-yard dash time (4.39) at the Stanford Nike Combine in May of 2005, which was also the fastest time by a California prep receiver that year … featured in an entertaining “Cal Cribs” video on CalBears.com … major is Social Welfare. YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

ROSS’ CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS G-GS 7-0 13-5 13-7 33-12

NO 0 17 22 39

YDS 0 210 344 554

AVG 0.0 12.4 15.6 14.2

TD 0 2 1 3

LONG 0 29 61 61

G-GS 7-0 13-5 13-7 33-12

NO 0 10 6 16

YDS 0 62 48 110

AVG 0.0 6.2 8.0 6.9

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 0 41 24 41

G-GS 7-0 13-5 13-7 33-12

NO 0 0 9 9

YDS 0 0 192 192

AVG 0.0 0.0 21.3 21.3

TD 0 0 1 1

LONG 0 0 76 76

G-GS 7-0 13-5 13-7 33-12

NO 0 17 14 31

YDS 0 337 276 613

AVG 0.0 19.8 19.7 19.8

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 0 47 54 54

ROSS’ CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS

ROSS’ CAREER PUNT RETURN STATISTICS

ROSS’ CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS

ROSS’ CAREER PASSING STATISTICS

ROSS’ CAREER GAME HIGHS

Receptions: 3 (six times, last at Arizona State, 2009) Receiving Yards: 73 (at Minnesota, 2009) Receiving TDs: 1 (three times, last Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009) Long Reception: 61 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Rushes: 2 (four times, last vs. Oregon State, 2009) Rushing Yards: 43 (at Stanford, 2008) Long Rush: 41 (at Stanford, 2008) Kick Returns: 5 (at Stanford, 2009) Kick Return Yards: 110 (at Stanford, 2009) Long Kick Return: 54 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Punt Returns: 3 (twice, last at Arizona State, 2009) Punt Return Yards: 92 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Punt Return TDs: 1 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Long Punt Return: 76TD (vs. Washington State, 2009) Pass Completions: 1 (at Oregon State, 2008) Pass Attempts: 1 (at Oregon State, 2008) Passing Yards: 30 (at Oregon State, 2009) Long Pass: 30TD (at Oregon State, 2009) Passing TDs: 1 (at Oregon State, 2009) Points: 6 (four times, last Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009)

Vachel SAMUELS (VAH-chel)

DB, 6-0, 188........................ Compton, CA RFR-RS............................... Lynwood HS 2009: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three-star ratings from Rivals and Scout ... tabbed an All-Region selection by both PrepStar and SuperPrep as a junior ... Rivals pegged him fourth nationally in its “most physical” cornerback rankings and as the No. 37 player in the country at his position, as well as the No. 42 overall player in California ... named the No. 52 player overall in California/Hawaii/Nevada by SuperPrep ... selected preseason All-Southern Section as a senior but suffered a season-ending leg injury in the fourth game of the year for a team that finished 8-3-1 overall and reached the second round of the playoffs ... was an All-San Gabriel Valley League choice as a junior after collecting 60 tackles, 2.0 sacks and two forced fumbles ... also saw action as a running back, scoring three touchdowns as a senior before his season-ending injury ... carried the ball 18 times for 171 yards and a touchdown as a junior after rushing 21 times for 112 yards and a TD in his sophomore campaign. PERSONAL: Full name is Vachel Samuels Jr. ... born July 4, 1990 ... father is Vachel Samuels Sr. ... has been timed at 4.44 in the 40-yard dash ... major is undeclared but considering American Studies.

Year G-GS EFFIC C-A-I PCT YDS TD LONG AVG/G 2007 7-0 0.0 0-0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 2008 13-5 682.0 1-1-0 100.0 30 1 30 2.3 2009 13-7 0.0 0-0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Totals 33-12 682.0 1-1-0 100.0 30 1 30 0.9 *Other Stats: Ross had one unassisted tackle in 2008.

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OL, 6-5, 310...........Pacific Palisades, CA

OL, 6-2, 285......................Oceanside, CA

JR-2V.....................Palisades Charter HS

SO-1V................................Oceanside HS

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CAL CAREER: Has started all 26 games possible over the last two seasons at either right tackle (16) or left tackle (10) … could play either left or right tackle in 2010 … has been named honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic in each of the last two campaigns in 2008 and 2009. 2010: A national honors candidate … selected as a second-team preseason All-Pac-10 choice by Athlon, Lindy’s and Phil Steele, while Steele also listed him as the nation’s No. 63 draft-eligible tackle. 2009: Started all 13 games at right tackle … an All-Pac-10 and conference All-Academic honorable mention selection ... a Phil Steele preseason, midseason and postseason All-Pac-10 Third-Team Offense choice ... recipient of team’s Brick Muller Award as Cal’s Most Valuable Offensive Lineman … selected second-team preseason All-Pac-10 by Lindy’s, as well as thirdteam by Athlon. 2008: Started all 13 games at an offensive tackle spot … began the year as the starter at right tackle for three games before making a permanent switch to the left side in game four vs. Colorado State and starting the remaining 10 games at that position … named a second-team Freshman All-American by College Football News … had two pancake blocks, two knockdowns and a cut block against Michigan State … had four knockdowns vs. Stanford ... honored with the Bob Tessier Award as the Most improved Cal Offensive Lineman … earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic honors. 2007: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated as the No. 27 offensive guard in the country and came in at No. 50 among all prospects in the state of California by Rivals ... earned CIF Los Angeles City Offensive Lineman of the Year, Western League Lineman of the Year and PrepStar All-West Region honors his senior season ... was a two-time All-State “underclassman” pick ... earned All-Western League and All-City honors his junior season ... named to the Principal’s Honor Roll and the Dean’s List. PERSONAL: Full name is Mitchell Bryan Schwartz … born June 8, 1989 … son of Lee Schwartz and Olivia Goodkin … older brother, Geoff, completed his career as an offensive tackle for Oregon in 2007 and is currently in the NFL with Carolina after being drafted by the Panthers in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL Draft … Geoff saw his first NFL action with Carolina in 2009, playing in all 16 regular-season games with three starts … major is undeclared but considering Psychology.

2009: Played in 12 games off the bench primarily on special teams and as a reserve offensive lineman … did not record any stats other than participation … one of only three true freshmen to play in 2009 along with kicker Vincenzo D’Amato and tailback Isi Sofele. HIGH SCHOOL: Received a three-star rating by Scout and Rivals … tabbed as the No. 44 offensive guard in the country and the No. 60 player overall in California by Rivals … ranked as the nation’s No. 9 offensive player by ESPN and the No. 82 player overall in California/Hawaii/Nevada according to SuperPrep … named first-team All-State, All-Area, All-County, All-San Diego Section and All-Valley League as a senior … added All-Region accolades from both PrepStar and SuperPrep during his senior campaign for a team that finished with a 12-0-1 record and won a regular season Valley League title as well as a section crown before falling in the third round of the playoffs … also played defensive as a senior, contributing 17 tackles ... selected firstteam All-Valley League, second-team All-County and second-team All-State as a junior, when his squad finished 12-1 overall and won the state title … blocked for 1,800-yard rusher Armani Taylor in his junior campaign … earned MVP honors at the Palo Alto Nike Camp in May of 2008. PERSONAL: Full name is Brian Max Schwenke Jr. … born March 22, 1981 … parents are Brian and Amy Schwenke, and Robert and Darlene Scozzari … major is undeclared but considering Political Science.

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PK, 6-3, 215...................... San Diego, CA JR-2V..................... Rancho Bernardo HS CAL CAREER: Has appeared in eight games, making all 26 of his extra-point attempts and going 5-for-7 on field goal tries with a long of 37 yards … has averaged 60.25 yards per kickoff on 20 attempts … has scored 41 career points. 2010: Expected to be the team’s emergency punter behind All-American candidate Bryan Anger after working out in that role during 2010 spring practices. 2009: Played in three games, handling four kickoffs for 226 yards (56.5 avg) … kicked off twice in the season opener vs. Maryland for 130 yards and a 65.0 average … also had a 55-yard kickoff out-bounds vs. Eastern Washington and a 41-yard squib kick vs. Washington State. 2008: Won the job as the team’s starting placekicker prior to the start of the season … ranked fourth on the team in scoring with 41 points … made all 26 of his extra point attempts and was 5-for-7 on field goal tries through the first five games before suffering an injury in practice prior to the sixth game that ended his campaign … was 5-for-6 from inside 30 yards or closer … career-long field goal of 37 yards came at Washington State, where he also made all nine of his PATs for a career high, and tying for the most PAT makes and attempts in a game in the Pac-10 in 2008 … set or equaled all of his career-bests other than field goals made and field goals attempted during the contest at Washington State, adding 12 points, seven kickoffs, 452 kickoff yards and a 64.6 kickoff average … made a pair of field goals in three attempts at Maryland (both career highs), as well as one each vs. Michigan State, at Washington State and vs. Arizona State … had his other field goal try blocked vs. Colorado State … kicked the ball off 16 times for 976 yards and a 61.2 average. HIGH SCHOOL: Considered one of the most recognized special team athletes in the San Diego area ... a CalHiSports second-team All-State selection as a senior when he also earned first-team All-Palomar League and Kicker of the Year honors ... added a North County Times first-team All-Region selection

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during his senior year and was selected to play in the Navy Marine Corps All-Star Classic ... led the San Diego area in punting and knocked in three field goals over 50 yards as a senior while over 90 percent of his kickoffs went for touchbacks ... named his school’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year. PERSONAL: Full name is David Robert Seawright … born February 1, 1990 ... parents are Bob and Ginny Seawright … spent the summer of 2009 as an intern with ABC Channel 7 in San Francisco and is a writer for the Daily Cal student newspaper ... major is Media Studies.

SEAWRIGHT’S CAREER KICKING STATISTICS

YEAR G-GS FG-FGA 2008 5-0 5-7 2009 3-0 0-0 Totals 8-0 5-7

PCT 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 LG BLK PAT PTS 71.4 0-0 4-5 1-1 0-1 0-0 37 1 26-26 41 0.0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 71.4 0-0 4-5 1-1 0-1 0-0 37 1 26-26 41

SEAWRIGHT’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Field Goals Made: 2 (at Maryland, 2008) Field Goals Attempted: 3 (at Maryland, 2008) Field Goal Percentage (with most field goals made if tie): 100.0, 1-1 (three times, last vs. Arizona State, 2008) Long Field Goal: 37 (at Washington State, 2008) PAT’s Made: 9 (at Washington State, 2008) PAT’s Attempted: 9 (at Washington State, 2008) PAT Percentage (with most PAT’s made if tie): 100.0, 9-9 (at Washington State, 2008) Kickoffs: 7 (at Washington State, 2008) Kickoff Yards: 452 (at Washington State, 2008) Kickoff Average: 64.6, 7-452 (at Washington State, 2008) Points: 12 (at Washington State, 2008)

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OL, 6-4, 290...........................Eugene, OR RFR-RS................................. Sheldon HS 2009: Redshirted ... did not play ... named as the nation’s No. 45 freshman offensive lineman in the preseason by Phil Steele. HIGH SCHOOL: An All-Region choice of both PrepStar and SuperPrep ... listed as a three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and Tom Lemming ... rated as the No. 6 player overall in the Northwest by the Tacoma NewsTribune ... Rivals dubbed him the top prospect in Oregon and No. 43 at his position nationally, while SuperPrep named him the No. 5 recruit in the state and the No. 22 offensive lineman in the country ... Scout placed him at No. 30 in the nation among offensive tackles ... named first-team All-Sky-Em League as a senior ... earned second-team All-SEL honors on defense as a junior as well as honorable mention recognition offensively on a league and state championship team that finished with a 13-1 overall record ... named honorable mention all-conference on defense in his sophomore campaign. PERSONAL: Full name is Charles Edward Siddoway ... born April 3, 1991 ... mother is Terri Siddoway ... major is undeclared but considering Public Health.

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Isi SOFELE (EE-see) (so-fell-AY)

TB, 5-7, 186.................Salt Lake City, UT SO-1V............................. Cottonwood HS 2009: Played in all 13 games with two starts coming when he was in for the first offensive play both in the regular-season finale at Washington and the Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah … was one of only three true freshmen along with kicker Vincenzo D’Amato and offensive lineman Brian Schwenke that played in 2009 … contributed 12 rushes for 82 yards and one touchdown on the ground, three receptions for 26 receiving yards and 12 kick returns for 248 yards and a 20.7 average after moving into the role as the team’s primary kick returner for its final two contests against Washington (6-127) and in the Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah (6-121), tying Shane Vereen for both team’s single-game kick returns and kick return yardage … had his most productive offensive game against Eastern Washington when he rushed twice for a career-high 26 yards and scored his lone touchdown of the campaign on a 22-yard run that was also his longest career rush … added two rushes for 16 yards, including a 17-yard scamper, and caught one ball for 10 yards vs. Washington State … had a pair of carries for 13 yards at Oregon … had both a rush for eight yards and the longest reception of his career at Stanford when he caught a ball for 13 yards … rushed once for eight yards in his collegiate debut in the season-opener vs. Maryland … also was one of the team’s top defensive players on special teams with nine tackles to lead special teams units … had four of his tackles at UCLA, as well as one each vs. Maryland, at Arizona State, vs. Arizona, at Stanford and at Washington … moved to tailback early in the season after spending most of training camp as a wide receiver. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned a three-star ranking by Rivals and Scout ... a PrepStar and SuperPrep All-Region selection ... Rivals also rated him at No. 34 among all-purpose backs nationally and the No. 8 overall prospect in Utah ... checked in at No. 72 nationally for running backs on the Scout list ... gained 1,920 yards on the ground and rushed for 30 touchdowns to go along with 16 receptions for 256 receiving yards and four TDs his senior season to lead his squad to a 4A Region 6 title and a 13-1 final record ... earned first-team All-State and All-4A Region 6 honors for each of his final two campaigns ... ran for 1,436 yards and 18 scores as a junior to help squad win a share of the conference crown and post a 10-2 overall record. PERSONAL: Full name is Isileli Manoa Sofele … born November 6, 1990 … parents are HuiHui and Langi Sofele … major is undeclared but considering Sociology. YEAR 2009 YEAR 2009

SOFELE’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS G-GS 13-2

NO 12

YDS 82

AVG 6.8

TD 1

SOFELE’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS G-GS 13-2

NO 3

YDS 26

AVG 8.7

TD 0

LONG 13

SOFELE’S CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS

YEAR 2009 YEAR 2009

G-GS 13-2

NO 12

YDS 248

AVG 20.7

TD 0

LONG 65

SOFELE’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS G-GS 13-2

UA-A-TOT 8-1-9

TFL 0.0-0

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0

SOFELE’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Rushes: 2 (four times, last at Washington, 2009) Rushing Yards: 36 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Rushing TDs: 1 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Long Rush: 22TD (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Receptions: 1 (three times, last at Stanford, 2009) Receiving Yards: 13 (at Stanford, 2009) Long Reception: 13 (at Stanford, 2009) Kick Returns: 6 (twice, last Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009) Kick Return Yards: 127 (at Washington, 2009) Long Kick Return: 65 (at Washington, 2009) Tackles: 4 (at UCLA, 2009) Points: 6 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009)

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Jarrett SPARKS

TE, 6-2, 230........................... Merced, CA SO-1V......................................Merced HS 2009: Played in all 13 games off the bench primarily as a backup tight end and on special teams, contributing three catches for 45 yards … made his first collegiate catch for 17 yards vs. Eastern Washington … also had one catch for seven yards at Oregon, before grabbing a career-long 21-yard reception vs. Oregon State. 2008: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-star prospect by Rivals and its No. 41 wide receiver recruit in the country, as well as its No. 37 overall prospect in California … earned a three-star rating from Scout and was listed as its No. 68 overall prospect in California … selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep … CalHiSports first-team All-State selection … posted 42 receptions for 934 yards and 14 touchdowns his senior season, and also compiled 121 yards and a score on the ground, leading his team with 96 points and racking up 1,231 all-purpose yards as squad posted an 11-1 mark … finished his 2006 junior season with 862 receiving yards and eight touchdowns to earn AllDistrict and All-Area honors. PERSONAL: Full name is Jarrett Michael Sparks ... born May 13, 1990 ... parents are John Sparks and Rosalind Denson … major is undeclared but considering African American Studies. YEAR 2009

SPARKS’ CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS G-GS 13-0

NO 3

YDS 45

AVG 15.0

TD 0

LONG 21

SPARKS’ CAREER GAME HIGHS

Receptions: 1 (three times, last vs. Oregon State, 2009) Receiving Yards: 21 (vs. Oregon State, 2009) Long Reception: 21 (vs. Oregon State, 2009)

Eric STEVENS

STEVENS’ CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS

YEAR 2009

G-GS 12-0

NO 1

YDS 11

AVG 11.0

TD 0

LONG 11

STEVENS’ CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2009

G-GS 12-0

UA-A-TOT 5-1-6

TFL 0.0-0

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0

FF FR 0 0

STEVENS’ CAREER GAME HIGHS

Kick Returns: 1 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Kick Return Yards: 11 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Long Kick Return: 11 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Tackles: 2 (twice, last vs. Washington State, 2009)

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OL, 6-3, 280............... San Francisco, CA SO-1V...............................St. Ignatius HS 2010: Selected as a preseason All-Pac-10 secondteam member by Phil Steele, while also ranking as his No. 34 draft-eligible guard … spent much of spring practice working out at left tackle and could play there in 2010. 2009: Named a second team postseason Freshman All-American by Rivals while earning a third-team postseason nod from Phil Steele … started at left guard in each of the eight games he played in, with Cal posting a 7-1 record in those contests … missed contests vs. USC, at Arizona State, vs. Oregon State, at Washington and the Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah due to injury ... received the team’s Bob Simmons Award as the Most Valuable Freshman on offense … earned second-team Pac-10 All-Academic recognition. 2008: Redshirted … did not play. 2007: Originally signed with Cal in 2007, but an injury suffered during the summer of 2007 delayed his enrollment until January of 2008.

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FB, 6-0, 235...................... San Pedro, CA SO-1V................................. Peninsula HS 2009: Played in 12 games off the bench primarily on special teams and also as a backup fullback … all of his stats came on special teams with one kick return for 11 yards and six tackles (five unassisted, one assisted) … 11-yard kick return came vs. Washington State … had a career-high-tying two tackles in back-to-back victories at UCLA and vs. Washington State, while recording one each in the team’s final two contests of the season at Washington and vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned a spot in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl as a senior … a SuperPrep All-America choice … Top 100 prospect nationally according to PrepStar and an All-Far West team member of SuperPrep … rated as the No. 17 offensive guard in the nation according to Scout … listed on the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West” team … garnered CalHiSports first-team All-State honors … rated as the No. 11 offensive tackle in the country and the No. 20 player overall in California by Rivals … named the West Coast Athletic League Offensive Lineman of the Year as a senior … two-time All-WCAL first-team pick … earned first-team accolades from the San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News and NorCalPreps … helped his club’s offense average nearly 300 yards per game as a senior in 2006 on its way to a 9-2-1 overall record and the school’s first WCAL regular season title since 1967. PERSONAL: Full name is Matthew James Summers-Gavin … born November 26, 1988 … parents are Robert Gavin and Sally Summers … major is Political Science.

2008: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Selected first-team All-Bay League and to the Daily Breeze All-Area squad as a senior when he recorded 110 tackles and 7.0 tackles for loss, while also averaging 30 yards per catch on 14 receptions (three touchdowns) for a total of 420 receiving yards ... added All-Bay League honors in wrestling. PERSONAL: Full name is Eric James Stevens ... born October 1, 1989 ... parents are Mark Stevens and Helene Mink ... the younger brother of former Cal tight end Craig Stevens, who currently plays in the NFL with Tennessee and has played in 28 games with the Titans over the past two seasons (2008-09) after being selected in the third round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the organization … major is undeclared but considering Legal Studies.

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PK, 5-8, 173........................... Moraga, CA JR-2V.............................. Campolindo HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Rivals listed him as its No. 13 “pro-style” quarterback prospect in the country and a three-star recruit … rated the No. 32 quarterback prospect in the country by ESPN and No. 39 according to Scout … selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep … as a senior, threw for 1,168 yards and 15 touchdowns while rushing for 1,063 yards and 12 scores … earned first-team All-City and first-team All-Tri-River League honors during his junior season when he totaled nearly 1,300 yards passing and 15 touchdowns while adding 565 yards and four touchdowns on the ground … led his squad to consecutive Division I championship games in his final two prep campaigns … played in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl after his senior year. PERSONAL: Full name is Beau Kevin Sweeney … born February 15, 1990 ... parents are Kevin and Karen Sweeney ... his father was a record-breaking quarterback at Fresno State and played for two seasons with Dallas in the NFL after being selected by the Cowboys in the seventh round of the 1987 NFL Draft … grandfather, Jim Sweeney, was a longtime head football coach at Montana State (1963-67), Washington State (1968-75) and Fresno State (1976-77, 1980-96) ... major is undeclared but considering American Studies.

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SWEENEY’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS C-A-I 5-9-0

PCT 55.6

YDS 45

TD LONG AVG/G 0 17 15.0

SWEENEY’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS G-GS 3-0

NO 2

YDS -7

AVG -3.5

TD 0

SWEENEY’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Pass Completions: 3 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Pass Attempts: 3 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Passing Yards: 21 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Long Pass: 17 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Rushes: 2 (at Oregon, 2009) Rushing Yards: -7 (at Oregon, 2009) Long Rush: 5 (at Oregon, 2009)

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2008: Redshirted … did not play … named Cal’s Co-Scout Team Player of the Year on offense along with Spencer Ladner.

G-GS EFFIC 3-0 97.6

(tuh-VECK-ee-o)

QB, 6-2, 217........................... Fresno, CA

2009: Moved into the team’s No. 2 quarterback role for the second half of the season after beginning the year in the No. 3 spot behind starter Kevin Riley and Brock Mansion … played in his first three collegiate games all off the bench and completed 5-of-9 passes for 45 yards … finished the season with a passer efficiency rating of 97.56 … also rushed two times for minusseven yards … had his biggest game against Washington State when he was 3-of-3 for 21 yards (all career highs) … also got into games vs. Eastern Washington (1-1-0-17-0) and at Oregon (1-5-0-7-0), with the 17-yard completion against the Cougars a career-long … ran twice for minus-seven yards vs. Oregon but did have a career-long five-yard gain, in addition to being sacked for a 12-yard loss.

Year 2009

Giorgio TAVECCHIO

LONG 5

CAL CAREER: Has shared kickoff and placekicking duties with either Vincenzo D’Amato or David Seawright during each of the last two seasons in 2008 and 2009, and is expected to battle D’Amato for both starting jobs again in 2010 … has played in 21 games and scored 90 career points, making 17-of-25 (68%) field goal attempts and all 39 of his extra-point tries but has had one blocked that was credited to the team … has kicked off 110 times for 6,316 kickoff yards (57.4 avg) with three touchbacks. 2009: Played in 11 games and scored 38 points, hitting 8-for-12 field goals and all 14 of his extra-point attempts but did have one blocked that was credited to the team …ranked eighth in the Pac-10 with his 0.73 field goals made per game average as well as ninth in scoring among conference kickers with an average of 3.5 points per contest … led the squad with 58 kickoffs for 3,372 yards (58.1 avg), kicking off at least twice in each of the 11 games he played in … did not play in back-to-back losses at Oregon and vs. USC … had a couple of huge games in wins over the Arizona schools, attempting a career-high-tying five field goals in each contest … hit a game-winning 24-yarder for the deciding points with 0:21 seconds left in a 23-21 win at Arizona State, after booting a career-long 51-yarder in the third quarter that was the longest since Tom Schneider’s 55-yarder at the 2006 Big Game … made 4-of-5 field goals to set career highs for field goals made and points (12) vs. Arizona, with one of the makes covering 46 yards and another 22 to give Cal an 18-16 lead with 4:46 to go, while also recording both of his career tackles in the 24-16 victory … named the Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week for the first time in his career for becoming the first Cal player to make four field goals in game when he did it against Arizona since Schneider did it against Stanford the same day he made his 55-yarder ... made his other field goal with a 24-yarder in the third quarter at UCLA …all 14 of his extra points came in four consecutive games at UCLA (3-3), vs. Washington State (7-7), at Arizona State (2-2) and vs. Oregon State (2-2), with D’Amato handling those duties for the team’s other nine contests … posted career highs of nine kickoffs and 552 kickoff yards vs. Eastern Washington, while his 64.6 yard per kick average at UCLA was a career-best that also included one of his two touchbacks, with the other coming at Arizona State … his season-bests of four field goals made, five field goals attempted, seven PAT’s made, seven PAT’s attempted and a 100.0 PAT percentage on 7-of-7 were all one shy of season-bests in the Pac-10 … selected second-team Pac-10 All-Academic. 2008: Joined the team three days before the Michigan State season-opener and became an impact player for the Bears when he handled kickoff duties against the Spartans in his first collegiate game ... assumed full-time placekicker responsibilities for an injured David Seawright prior to the Arizona contest on October 18 and stayed in the role for the remainder of the season … second on the team in scoring with 52 points, finishing the campaign 9-of-13 on field goal attempts and a perfect 25-of-25 on extra-point tries … ranked sixth in the Pac-10 in field goals made per game (0.90), as well as 15th in the conference in scoring per contest (5.2 ppg) … made 2-of-3 field goal tries in his debut as the team’s placekicker vs. Arizona, including a season-long-tying 42-yarder ... also made a 42-yard field goal the following game vs. UCLA and converted both of his PAT’s … made his only field goal attempt at USC (35 yards) and vs. Stanford (28 yards), as well as one-oftwo tries vs. Oregon (33 yards), vs. Washington (23 yards) and vs. Miami in the Emerald Bowl (23 yards) … converted a season-high five PAT’s vs. UCLA in addition to his season-high-tying two field goals for a season-high 11 points … handled the majority of the squad’s kickoffs with a team-high 52 tries for 2,944 yards (56.6 avg) and one touchback in the regular-season finale against Washington … kicked off eight times for 504 yards and a 63.0 average vs. UCLA, all season-highs. HIGH SCHOOL: A dual-sport athlete who spent three years playing both football and soccer ... scored 50 points as a senior on the gridiron, connecting on six field goals and 32 extra points ... earned first-team All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League honors on the pitch as a midfielder his senior season and helped guide his squad to the NCA 2A soccer crown ... a two-time honor roll student ... also a member of Diablo Futbol Club ... led his squad to the State Cup semifinals for three years in a row as well as the California State Cup championship game in May 2008 ... had originally planned to play Division I soccer at UC Davis.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Giorgio Tavecchio … born July 16, 1990 in Milan, Italy ... parents are Renato and Gabriella Tavecchio ... has lived in Milan, Rome, Shelton, Conn. and Falls Church, Va. ... major is undeclared but considering Political Economies of Industrial Societies.

TAVECCHIO’S CAREER KICKING STATISTICS

YEAR G-GS FG-FGA PCT 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 LG BLK PAT PTS 2008 10-0 9-13 69.2 0-0 4-4 2-4 3-4 0-1 42 0 25-25 52 2009 11-0 8-12 66.7 0-0 5-5 0-2 2-4 1-1 51 1 14-14 38 Totals 21-0 17-25 68.0 0-0 9-9 2-6 5-8 1-2 51 1 39-39 90 *Other Stats: Tavecchio had two unassisted tackles in 2009.

TAVECCHIO’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Field Goals Made: 4 (vs. Arizona, 2009) Field Goals Attempted: 5 (twice, last vs. Arizona, 2009) Field Goal Percentage (with most field goals made if tie): 100.0, 2-2 (vs. UCLA, 2008) Long Field Goal: 51 (at Arizona State, 2009) PAT’s Made: 7 (vs. Washington State, 2009) PAT’s Attempted: 7 (vs. Washington State, 2009) PAT Percentage (with most PAT’s made if tie): 100.0, 7-7 (vs. Washington State, 2009) Kickoffs: 9 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Kickoff Yards: 552 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Kickoff Average: 64.6, 5-323 (at UCLA, 2009) Points: 12 (vs. Arizona, 2009)

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WR, 6-0, 172......................... Danville, CA SO-SQ............................. Monte Vista HS 2009: Made his collegiate debut against Eastern Washington in his lone action of the season … recorded no stats other than participation. 2008: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Wrapped up his prep career in 2007 with a squad that finished 8-4 overall after his club was 7-4 the previous season. PERSONAL: Full name is Quinn B. Tedford … born May 18, 1989 … parents are Jeff and Donna Tedford … father is the Cal football head coach … brother, Taylor, is also a Cal student and former member of the Golden Bears football program ... major is Sociology.

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DL, 6-2, 299.......................... Honolulu, HI SO-1V.................. Word of Life Academy 2009: Played in 12 games with four starts that came in consecutive contests during the second half of the season at Arizona State, vs. Oregon State, vs. Arizona and at Stanford … the only game he did not play in was the third contest of the campaign at Minnesota … registered 21 tackles (1 unassisted, 20 assisted) and 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard) ... received the team’s Bob Simmons Award as the Most Valuable Freshman on defense … had career-high-tying totals of four tackles in back-to-back games off the bench at Oregon and vs. USC … added three tackles vs. both Eastern Washington and Arizona … had two tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard) in the season-opener vs. Maryland and two tackles at Arizona State, while collecting single tackles vs. Washington State, vs. Oregon State and vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl. 2008: Redshirted … did not play … named Cal’s Co-Scout Player of the Year on defense.

HIGH SCHOOL: Selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep … a threestar prospect according to Scout and Rivals … Rivals also listed him as the No. 7 recruit from the state of Hawaii … first-team All-State choice by the Honolulu Star-Bulletin and Honolulu Advertiser … also played basketball and threw the shot put and discus as a prep. PERSONAL: Full name is Aaron Fetutasi Tipoti ... born January 4, 1990 ... parents are Nofo and Sisavaii Tipoti ... father played college football at Hawai’i … major is undeclared but considering American Studies. YEAR 2009

TIPOTI’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS G-GS 12-4

UA-A-TOT 1-20-21

TFL 0.5-1

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0

FF FR 0 0

TIPOTI’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Tackles: 4 (twice, last vs. USC, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 0.5 (vs. Maryland, 2009)

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OL, 6-5, 285................................................. Pacific Grove, CA SO-JC................... Monterey Peninsula CC/Pacific Grove HS JUNIOR COLLEGE: Earned first-team All-Coast Conference honors as a guard in his lone campaign ... picked up his school's top academic honor for athletes. HIGH SCHOOL: Selected All-County and first-team All-Mission Trail League in each of his final two prep campaigns ... also a second-team All-State selection as a junior when his squad advanced to the Small School Central Coast Section championship game and finished with an 11-2 record ... played tackle during high school. PERSONAL: Full name is William Collin Tyndall … born March 23, 1991 … parents are Lawrence and Cathleen Tyndall … brother, John, is a Cal football teammate ... has a large collection of fish in a home aquarium … major is undeclared but considering Anthropology.

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FB, 6-3, 230................. Pacific Grove, CA JR-2V............................ Pacific Grove HS CAL CAREER: Has played in 14 games all off the bench primarily on special teams and also as a backup fullback … has contributed eight tackles (six unassisted, two assisted) as well as one kick return for five yards on special teams, and two rushes for two yards offensively. 2009: Played in first three games of campaign but did not participate over the final 10 contests … contributed one rush for three yards in the season-opener vs. Maryland and one kick return for five yards against Eastern Washington. 2008: Played in 11 games primarily on special teams … contributed eight tackles with a career-high-tying pair of stops both at Washington State and in the Big Game vs. Stanford … also picked up single tackles in his collegiate debut vs. Michigan State, at Arizona, vs. Oregon and at Oregon State … rushed once for a loss of one yard in the regular-season finale vs. Washington. 2007: Redshirted … did not play … earned Scout Team Player of the Year honors for special teams. HIGH SCHOOL: Selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep after he led his squad to a Mission Trail League title with a perfect 6-0 conference mark and an overall record of 10-3 ... rated as the No. 29 linebacker nationally and the No. 99 overall player in California according to Rivals ... named the Monterey Herald Offensive Player of the Year as a senior after rushing for over 1,500 yards with a county-best 28 touchdowns on the ground ... recorded eight 100-yard rushing games, including a single-game high of 183 yards ... added 165 tackles with 13.0 sacks on defense as a senior ... a first-team All-

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State selection during his junior campaign, leading his team to a perfect 10-0 regular-season record before falling in the first round of the state playoffs ... averaged over 14 tackles per game and was the Herald’s Defensive Player of the Year as a junior ... rushed for 140 yards and five touchdowns on only 14 carries in a game during his junior year against Harbor High School ... also had 91 tackles, 3.0 sacks and a forced fumble on defense as a junior. PERSONAL: Full name is John Lawrence Tyndall … born July 7, 1989 … parents are Larry and Cathy Tyndall … brother, Bill, is a Cal teammate ... major is Interdisciplinary Studies. YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

TYNDALL’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS G-GS 11-0 3-0 14-0

NO 1 1 2

YDS -1 3 2

AVG -1.0 3.0 1.0

TD 0 0 0

LONG -1 3 3

G-GS 11-0 3-0 14-0

NO 0 1 1

YDS 0 5 5

AVG 0.0 5.0 5.0

TD 0 0 0

LONG 0 5 5

TYNDALL’S CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

TYNDALL’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 11-0 3-0 14-0

UA-A-TOT 6-2-8 0-0-0 6-2-8

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

SACK INT PBU 0.0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

TYNDALL’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Rushes: 1 (twice, last vs. Maryland, 2009) Rushing Yards: 3 (vs. Maryland, 2009) Long Rush: 3 (vs. Maryland, 2009) Kick Returns: 1 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Kick Return Yards: 5 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Long Kick Return: 5 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Tackles: 2 (twice, last vs. Stanford, 2008)

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TB, 5-10, 204........................Valencia, CA JR-2V.....................................Valencia HS

NATIONAL HONORS CANDIDATE

CAL CAREER: A vital component of Cal’s backfield and kick return units over the past two seasons, playing in all 26 games possible and making seven starts … has posted 1,667 career rushing yards and scored 16 touchdowns on the ground in 325 carries for an average of 5.1 yards per rush … has totaled 2,693 career all-purpose yards, adding 465 receiving yards and three TDs on 52 catches, 551 kick return yards on 24 returns and 10 punt return yards on two attempts to his rushing totals … has also thrown two passes, both incomplete … ranks tied for 10th all-time at Cal in rushing TDs and has an opportunity to move onto the school’s all-time top-10 lists at Cal in rushing and all-purpose yardage as he heads into 2010 short of the respective lists by 589 rushing yards and 614 all-purpose yards, respectively … has five career 100-yard games and is also just one shy of the school’s top-10 list in that category, going for over 150 yards in three of those contests … has caught at least one pass in each of the 26 games he has played in … has 100 or more all-purpose yards 14 times, including a pair of 200-plus yard all-purpose contests. 2010: A national honors candidate who is listed as a “Heisman possibility” by Phil Steele, who also has selected him as a second-team preseason AllPac-10 choice along with Athlon and Lindy’s … in addition, Athlon has him tabbed as the nation’s No. 3 Fantasy Football running back and selected him No. 7 in a Fantasy Football mock draft … ranks as Lindy’s No. 18 running back nationally, as well as Steele’s No. 23 draft-eligible running back … a preseason favorite for the College Football Performance Awards Running Back Trophy … listed as a “Key Golden Bear” by Athlon and one of Cal’s “Players to Watch” according to Lindy’s.

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2009: Earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 recognition despite spending most of the season as a backup to Heisman Trophy candidate Jahvid Best … set career highs with 952 yards rushing and 183 carries to lead the Bears in both categories … also voted by teammates as Cal’s offensive Bear Backers Co-MVP along with Best ... scored 12 touchdowns on the ground to equal Best for the team lead and 14 overall to rank second overall behind Best's 16 scores ... played in all 13 games with four starts, including three of the last four contests (vs. Arizona, at Stanford, Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah) after Best suffered a season-ending injury vs. Oregon State, with his only non-start coming at Washington when he was not on the field for the first offensive play … totaled 566 rushing yards on 108 carries and six rushing touchdowns over the final four games, averaging 141.5 yards per game and 5.2 yards per carry … also officially the starter at Minnesota in the third game of the campaign when he was on the field for the first offensive snap ... among Pac-10 pergame leaders in rushing yards (No. 6, 73.23), all-purpose running (No. 6-T, 135.15), scoring (No.10-T, 6.46) and total offense (No. 15, 73.23), while his average of 22.96 yards per kick return was sixth in the league … added 25 receptions for 244 yards and two TDs, ranking tied for third on the team in touchdown catches, fourth in receptions and fifth in receiving yards … rushed for more than 150 yards three times – at UCLA (154), vs. Arizona (159) and at Stanford (193) – setting career highs each time … rushed a career-high and Pac-10 season-high 42 times that also tied for the second-most rushes in a game nationally in the 34-28 victory at Stanford in the Big Game … received the team’s Berkeley Breakfast Club Award as the offense’s outstanding player in the Big Game and was also the Walter Camp Football Foundation BCS National Offensive Player of the Week, an AT&T All-America Player of the Week nominee and a Muscle Milk California Student-Athlete of the Week selection after his 193-yard game at Stanford … scored a career-high-tying three rushing TDs both vs. Eastern Washington and at Stanford … among his 30 carries at Arizona was a season-long 61-yard touchdown run that sealed a 24-16 victory with 1:21 to go in the fourth quarter … picked up his 154 yards at UCLA on only 17 carries (9.4 ypc) and had a 42-yard TD run that kicked off the game’s scoring on the first drive of the contest … also had the most single-game all-purpose running yards by a Cal player in 2009 vs. the Bruins, adding 46 on kick returns, 20 receiving and 10 on punt returns for a career-high total of 230 … had a strong contest in the Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, rushing for 122 yards on 20 carries with two scores, while adding a season-high-tying three receptions for 20 yards … was just eight yards shy of finishing the season with four consecutive 100-yard games, just missing the mark with 92 yards on 16 carries against Washington, including a 50-yarder that was the fourth-longest rush of his career and his second longest of the season … also had a solid game against Washington State, rushing for 66 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries, while adding a touchdown grab on a 21-yard pass from quarterback Kevin Riley … had a season-tying three receptions in four different games vs. Maryland (46 yards), vs. Oregon State (six yards), at Washington (25 yards) and in the Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah (20 yards) … had both one rushing and one receiving TD against Maryland and Washington State … had the biggest kick-return game of his career against USC, when he recorded career highs and tied Isi Sofele for Cal’s single-game team-highs for both kick returns (6) and kick return yards (127) … also had 114 kick return yards on three returns at Oregon, including a career-best 44-yarder … caught at least one pass in all 13 games and recorded 10 contests with over 100 all-purpose yards … earned Muscle Milk California Student-Athlete of the Week a total of three times, winning the honor for his performances at UCLA and vs. Arizona in addition to Stanford ... earned honorable mention Running Back Performer of the Week honors from the College Football Performance Awards twice after his games at UCLA and vs. Stanford … selected third-team midseason All-Pac-10 and fourth-team preseason All-Pac-10 by Phil Steele … named as the nation’s No. 61 drafteligible running back by Phil Steele heading into the campaign. 2008: Had a strong season, playing in all 13 games and making three starts at tailback … amassed 715 yards on the ground as the primary backup to Jahvid Best to rank second on the club in rushing yardage, as well as No. 10 in the Pac-10 with an average of 55.0 rushing yards per contest … averaged 5.0 yards per rush on 142 carries (also second to Best) and scored four touchdowns on the ground as well as five total with one receiving ... tied for second on the team with 27 catches for 221 receiving yards … finished with 936 all-purpose yards to rank second on the team behind Best and No. 18 in the Pac-10 with a per game average of 72.0 … his per-game total offense average of 55.0 was 19th in the Pac-10 ... posted his first 100-yard rushing effort in his collegiate debut and a starting role vs. Michigan State in the season-opener, going for 101 yards on nine carries including a game-clinching 81-yard TD run in the fourth quarter … also caught four balls for 16 yards and attempted a pass that was incomplete vs. the Spartans … had another

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pair of 75-plus yard games over his next three contests, running for 80 yards on nine carries including a 39-yard touchdown run at Washington State and 75 yards on 12 attempts vs. Colorado State … made another start for an injured Best vs. Arizona State and responded with 93 yards on a seasonhigh 27 carries, plus another 51 yards on a career-high five receptions for a season-high 144 all-purpose yards … nearly posted another 100-yard game the next time he subbed for Best as a starter, totaling 99 rushing yards on 14 carries vs. UCLA, and peeling off a 56-yard run that was the third-longest of his career and second-longest of his season … churned out 61 rushing yards and a touchdown on 21 carries in a backup role during a victory over Oregon, including a crucial two-yard touchdown with 8:57 left in the game that made the final score, 26-16, adding four receptions for 25 yards … had 56 yards on 12 carries in the Big Game vs. Stanford and also hauled in a career-long 59 yard reception that resulted in his first receiving TD, with the 59 receiving yards also a career single-game best … contributed 49 yards on 10 carries and a touchdown against Washington and 36 on eight rushes in the Emerald Bowl vs. Miami, Fla. 2007: Redshirted … did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: A SuperPrep and PrepStar All-America choice ... Scout listed him as the No. 23 running back in the country ... rated No. 5 at running back in the nation and No. 21 overall in the state of California by Rivals ... selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep ... honorable mention Long Beach Press-Telegram “Best in the West” choice ... collected CalHiSports third-team All-State honors ... the most highly recruited player in the history of Valencia football ... combined for over 6,000 rushing and receiving yards with 89 touchdowns during an impressive three-year varsity career ... tallied 982 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior, while also catching 28 passes for 455 yards and six scores, and returning 13 kicks for 243 yards ... rushed for 1,638 yards on 169 carries with 28 touchdowns as a junior, while tallying 52 receptions for 898 yards and seven more touchdowns through the air, and defensively contributing 43 tackles and three interceptions ... had 1,399 rushing yards and 28 TDs on 205 carries and 55 catches for 727 yards and four TDs as a sophomore, and even completed his only pass attempt for a 39-yard scoring strike ... doubled as one of the Southland’s top sprinters, recording the fastest 100-meter dash time of any junior in Southern California during the 2006 track and field season. PERSONAL: Full name is Shane Patrick-Henry Vereen … born March 2, 1989 … parents are Henry Vereen and Venita Taylor-Vereen ... has also been a member of Cal’s track and field team but not during the 2009-10 season … spent the summer of 2010 as an intern with Comcast SportsNet Bay Area … major is Media Studies. YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

VEREEN’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS G-GS 13-3 13-4 26-7

NO 142 183 325

YDS 715 952 1667

AVG 5.0 5.2 5.1

TD 4 12 16

LONG 81 61 81

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 13-3 13-4 26-7

NO 27 25 52

YDS 221 244 465

AVG 8.2 9.8 8.9

TD 1 2 3

LONG 59 21 59

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 13-3 13-4 26-7

NO 0 2 2

YDS 0 10 10

AVG 0.0 5.0 5.0

TD 0 0 0

LONG 0 7 7

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 13-3 13-4 26-7

NO 0 24 24

YDS 0 551 551

AVG 0.0 23.0 23.0

TD 0 0 0

LONG 0 44 44

VEREEN’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS

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TE, 6-5, 240.......................................................... Portland, OR FR-HS.........................................................................Jesuit HS HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as the nation’s No. 38 tight end by Scout, No. 40 according to Rivals and No. 41 by ESPN … listed by Rivals as the No. 6 overall player from Oregon, while Scout had him at No. 8 … recorded 32 catches for 421 yards and three touchdowns as a 2009 senior to lead his squad to a 12-2 overall record, an appearance in the state title game and a second straight Metro League title … played primarily on defense for most of his prep career and earned first-team All-State honors as a senior defensive end, but also blossomed as a tight end in his final two seasons and picked up second-team All-State honors at the position in his final prep campaign … added an OSAA (Oregon School Activities Association) Award of Excellence for Exemplary Display of Sportsmanship, Ethics & Integrity as a senior … earned second-team All-State honors as a junior on offense as well as honorable mention on defense when his squad was a state semifinalist … picked up first-team All-Metro League recognition on both offense and defense as a junior … a three-year varsity starter on the gridiron … also a three-year starter in baseball and a first-team All-Metro selection as a first baseman … selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft. PERSONAL: Full name is Daniel Jacob Wark … born February 7, 1992 … parents are Craig and Pam Wark … has two sisters, Alisha and Megan … major is undeclared.

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QB, 6-2, 222................ Mission Viejo, CA

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2009: A member of the team but did not see any game action … named Scout Team Player of the Year for offense.

Year 2008 2009 Totals

VEREEN’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

Rushes: 42 (at Stanford, 2009) Rushing Yards: 193 (at Stanford, 2009) Rushing TDs: 3 (twice, last at Stanford, 2009) Long Rush: 81TD (vs. Michigan State, 2008) Receptions: 5 (vs. Arizona State, 2008) Receiving Yards: 59 (vs. Stanford, 2008) Receiving TDs: 1 (three times, last vs. Washington State, 2009) Long Reception: 59TD (vs. Stanford, 2008) Kick Returns: 6 (vs. USC, 2009) Kick Return Yards: 127 (vs. USC, 2009) Long Kick Return: 44 (at Oregon, 2009) Punt Returns: 2 (at UCLA, 2009) Punt Return Yards: 10 (at UCLA, 2009) Long Punt Return: 7 (at UCLA, 2009) Pass Attempts: 1 (twice, last at Arizona State, 2009) Points: 18 (twice, last at Stanford, 2009)

VEREEN’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS G-GS EFFIC 13-3 0.0 13-4 0.0 26-7 0.0

C-A-I 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-2-0

PCT 0.0 0.0 0.0

YDS 0 0 0

TD LONG AVG/G 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0

SO-SQ............................Laguna Hills HS

2008: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: A two-time All-Pacific Coast League selection that helped his team to three straight conference championships ... threw for 1,928 yards and 22 touchdowns as a junior, including a long TD toss of 99 yards ... led his squad to the PCL title and was the No. 9 passer in Orange County ... also an All-PCL selection in baseball. PERSONAL: Full name is Ryan Thomas Wertenberger ... born January 22, 1990 ... parents are Tom and Dee Wertenberger ... major is undeclared but considering Economics.

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LB, 6-3, 235........................................................... Danville, CA

TB, 6-0, 223............... San Francisco, CA

FR-HS............................................................... Monte Vista HS

RFR-RS....... Sacred Heart Cathedral HS

HIGH SCHOOL: A four-star recruit by Scout and Rivals … a PrepStar AllAmerican … ranked as the nation’s No. 6 inside linebacker by Rivals, the No. 7 middle linebacker according to Scout and the No. 17 inside linebacker by Tom Lemming … on the national Scout list of top players at No. 216 and the Rivals250 list at No. 230 … listed by Rivals as the No. 32 player overall in California and checked in with SuperPrep at No. 44 overall in California/Hawaii/ Nevada … recorded 145 tackles, 6.0 sacks, seven forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries as a 2009 senior, and was among players receiving votes for the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West” team … the No. 4 player overall in the combined San Mateo and East Bay areas according to the Bay Area Newspaper Group in their annual “Cream of the Crop” listing … played in the 2010 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl … had 95 tackles in his junior campaign when he earned All-State underclassman honors and led his squad to the section semifinals before falling to national power De La Salle ... according to Lemming he “combines athleticism, instincts and competitiveness to make plays all over the field.” PERSONAL: Full name is David R. Wilkerson … born March 8, 1991 … parents are Dave and Karyn Wilkerson … major is undeclared.

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DB, 5-10, 174............................ Dallas, TX RFR-RS...................................Skyline HS

2009: Redshirted ... did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: A SuperPrep All-America choice ... tabbed a four-star prospect by Rivals and Scout, and the top-ranked recruit from the Central Coast Section ... rushed for 4,898 yards over his final three prep seasons ... named the San Francisco Player of the Year by the San Francisco Chronicle and was also a first-team All-West Catholic Athletic League pick as a senior ... finished his 2008 senior campaign with 2,180 rushing yards and 24 touchdowns on the ground, leading his squad to its first playoff appearance in 40 years and first CCS title ever and earning second-team All-State recognition from MaxPreps and thirdteam honors from CalHiSports as a senior ... rushed for 1,410 yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior after a 1,308-yard campaign with 16 rushing TDs in his sophomore season ... listed at No. 22 by Rivals among the top running back prospects in the country, while checking in at No. 26 on the Top 100 list of California players ... also a member of the Rivals Top 250 national list ... in his final game as a senior, rushed for 230 yards and two touchdowns on 23 carries, pushing his squad past rival Sacred Heart Prep ... claimed All-State underclass honors as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Full name is Lonbaye Dasarte Yarnway Jr. ... born June 12, 1991 ... parents are the late Lonbaye Sr. and Tinniziee Yarnway ... major is undeclared but considering Interdisciplinary Studies.

Tyler YORK

2009: Redshirted ... did not play ... named the nation’s No. 37 freshman defensive back prior to the season by Phil Steele. HIGH SCHOOL: A SuperPrep and PrepStar AllAmerican ... Scout, Rivals and Tom Lemming all tabbed him as a four-star recruit ... on the Rivals Top 250 list as well as the Texas Top 100 postseason chart ... chosen as the No. 7 cornerback in the country by ESPN, while Rivals listed him at No. 23 nationally ... rated as the No. 28 overall recruit in Texas by SuperPrep ... a second-team Class 5A All-State selection as a senior, when his team finished 12-2 overall ... noted by Rivals as one of the 10 best players on the White Team from the Under Armour All-America High School Football Game ... recorded 53 tackles, two interceptions and 10 pass breakups as a junior to earn second-team All-State and first-team All-District honors for a squad that recorded a 12-2 mark and won the 5A Region II District 11 title. PERSONAL: Full name is Steven Dwain Williams ... born March 7, 1991 ... parents are Issa and Chandra Smith ... major is undeclared but considering Sociology.

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Kevin Riley has a 15-8 career record in 23 all-time starts.

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OPPONENTS Game 1

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UC DAVIS AGGIES

NEVADA WOLF PACK

UCLA BRUINS

Location: Davis, CA Enrollment: 31,426 Colors: Yale Blue and Gold Conference: Great West Stadium: Aggie Stadium (10,847) Surface: Artifical (Sportexe) Press Box Phone: (530) 752-9367 Chancellor: Dr. Linda Katehi Athletic Director: Greg Warzecka Head Coach: Bob Biggs Career Record (Seasons): 130-66-1 (17) UC Davis Record (Seasons): 130-66-1 (17) 2009 Records: 6-5 (3-1 Great West) 2009 Bowl: None Lettermen Returning (O/D/ST): 51 (23/24/4) Starters Returning (O/D/ST): 20 (10/9/1) Lead Football SID: Mike Robles Phone: (530) 752-3680 E-mail: merobles@ucdavis.edu Website: ucdavisaggies.com Series: Cal leads, 8-0 Last Meeting: at Cal 32, UC Davis 14 (9/30/39) Last UC Davis Win: None Current Win Streak: Cal (8)

Location: Reno, NV Enrollment: 17,000 Colors: Navy Blue and Silver Conference: WAC Stadium: Mackay Stadium (29,993) Surface: FieldTurf Press Box Phone: (775) 784-6545 President: Dr. Milton Glick Athletic Director: Cary Groth Head Coach: Chris Ault Career Record (Seasons): 206-96-1 (25) Nevada Record (Seasons): 206-96-1 (25) 2009 Records: 8-5 (7-1 WAC) 2009 Bowl: Hawaii vs. SMU (L 10-45) Lettermen Returning (O/D/ST): 36 (18/26/2) Starters Returning (O/D/ST): 17 (8/9/2) Lead Football SID: Chad Hartley Phone: (775) 682-6982 E-mail: hartleyc@unr.edu Website: nevadawolfpack.com Series: Cal leads, 22-1-1 Last Meeting: at Cal 33, Nevada 15 (9/21/96) Last Meeting at Nevada: None Last Nevada Win: Nevada 6, at Cal 2 (11/7/1903) Current Win/Unbeaten Streaks: Cal (12/24) *Series information does not include rugby

Location: Los Angeles, CA Enrollment: 38,500 Colors: Blue and Gold Conference: Pacific-10 Stadium: Rose Bowl Surface: Natural Grass Press Box Phone: (626) 397-4210 President: Gene Block Athletic Director: Daniel Guerrero Head Coach: Rick Neuheisel Career Record (Seasons): 77-44 (10) UCLA Record (Seasons): 11-14 (2) 2009 Records: 7-6 (3-6 Pac-10) 2009 Bowl: EagleBank vs. Temple (W, 30-21) Lettermen Returning (O/D/ST): 42 (17/21/4) Starters Returning (O/D/ST): 15 (7/5/3) Lead Football SID: Marc Dellins Phone: (310) 206-6831 E-mail: mdellins@athletics.ucla.edu Website: uclabruins.com Series: UCLA leads, 49-30-1 Last Meeting: Cal 45, at UCLA 26 (10/17/09) Last Meeting at Cal: Cal 41, UCLA 20 (10/25/08) Last UCLA Win: at UCLA 30, Cal 21 (10/20/07) Current Win Streak: Cal (2)

Sept. 4, 2010 (1:00 p.m. PT) Memorial Stadium Berkeley, CA TV: CSN California

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COLORADO BUFFALOES

Sept. 11, 2010 (12:30 p.m. PT) Memorial Stadium Berkeley, CA TV: Fox Sports Net Location: Boulder, CO Enrollment: 30,128 Colors: Silver, Gold and Black Conference: Big 12 Stadium: Folsom Field (53,613) Surface: Natural Grass Press Box Phone: (303) 492-5626, x3209 Chancellor: Dr. Phil DiStefano Athletic Director: Mike Bohn Head Coach: Dan Hawkins Career Record (Seasons): 69-44 (9) Colorado Record (Seasons): 16-33 (4) 2009 Records: 3-9 (2-6 Big 12 North Division) 2009 Bowl: None Lettermen Returning (O/D/ST): 54 (27/26/1) Starters Returning (O/D/ST): 16 (8/7/1) Lead Football SID: David Platti Phone: (303) 492-5626 E-mail: david.plati@colorado.edu Website: cubuffs.com Series: Tied, 2-2 Last Meeting: Cal 31, at Colorado 17 (9/11/82) Last Meeting at Cal: Cal 10, Colorado 0 (9/28/68) Last Cal Win: at Cal 10, Colorado 0 (9/28/68) Current Win Streak: Cal (1)

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Sept. 17, 2010 (7:00 p.m. PT) Mackay Stadium Reno, NV TV: ESPN2

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ARIZONA WILDCATS Sept. 25, 2010 (TBA) Arizona Stadium Tucson, AZ TV: TBA

Location: Tucson, AZ Enrollment: 38,000 Colors: Cardinal and Navy Conference: Pacific-10 Stadium: Arizona Stadium (57,400) Surface: Natural Grass Press Box Phone: (520) 621-2801 President: Dr. Robert Shelton Athletic Director: Greg Byrne Head Coach: Mike Stoops Career Record (Seasons): 33-39 (6) Career Record (Seasons): 33-39 (6) 2009 Records: 8-5 (6-3 Pac-10) 2009 Bowl: Holiday vs. Nebraska (L, 0-33) Lettermen Returning (O/D/ST): 42 (22/17/3) Starters Returning (O/D/ST): 17 (10/4/3) Lead Football SID: Tom Duddleston Phone: (520) 621-4263 E-mail: tduddles@arizona.edu Website: arizonaathletics.com Series: Cal leads, 14-13-2 Last Meeting: at Cal 24, Arizona 16 (11/14/09) Last Meeting at Arizona: Arizona 42, Cal 27 (10/18/08) Current Win Streak: Cal (1)

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Oct. 9, 2010 (TBA) Memorial Stadium Berkeley, CA TV: TBA

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USC TROJANS

Oct. 16, 2010 (12:30 p.m. PT) L.A. Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles, CA TV: Fox Sports Net Location: Los Angeles, CA Enrollment: 33,000 Colors: Cardinal and Gold Conference: Pacific-10 Stadium: L.A. Memorial Coliseum (93,607) Surface: Natural Grass Press Box Phone: (213) 741-1341 President: C.L. Max Nikias Athletic Director: Pat Haden Head Coach: Lane Kiffin Career Record (Seasons): 7-6 (1) USC Record (Seasons): First Season 2009 Records: 9-4 (5-4 Pac-10) 2009 Bowl: Emerald vs. Boston College (W, 24-13) Lettermen Returning (O/D/ST): 53 (25/25/3) Starters Returning (O/D/ST): 12 (6/5/1) Lead Football SID: Tim Tessalone Phone: (213) 740-8480 E-mail: tessalon@usc.edu Website: usctrojans.com Series: USC leads, 62-30-5 Last Meeting: USC 30, at Cal 3 Last Meeting at USC: USC 17, Cal 3 (11/8/08) Last Cal Win: at Cal 34, USC 31, 3ot (9/27/03) Current Win Streak: USC (6)


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ARIZONA ST. SUN DEVILS

WASHINGTON ST. COUGARS

STANFORD CARDINAL

Location: Tempe, AZ Enrollment: 67,082 Colors: Maroon and Gold Conference: Pacific-10 Stadium: Sun Devil Stadium (71,706) Surface: Natural Grass Press Box Phone: (480) 965-6207 President: Dr. Michael Crow Athletic Director: Lisa Love Head Coach: Dennis Erickson Career Record (Seasons): 165-82-1 (21) Arizona State Record (Seasons): 19-17 (3) 2009 Records: 4-8 (2-7 Pac-10) 2009 Bowl: None Lettermen Returning (O/D/ST): 51 (23/24/3) Starters Returning (O/D/ST): 16 (7/5/3) Lead Football SID: Mark Brand Phone: (480) 965-6592 E-mail: mark.brand@asu.edu Website: thesundevils.com Series: Cal leads, 15-14 Last Meeting: Cal 23, at ASU 21 (10/31/09) Last Meeting at Cal: Cal 24, ASU 14 (10/4/08) Last ASU Win: at ASU 31, Cal 20 (10/27/07) Current Win Streak: Cal (2)

Location: Pullman, WA Enrollment: 25,135 Colors: Crimson and Gray Conference: Pacific-10 Stadium: Martin Stadium (35,117) Surface: Field Turf Press Box Phone: (509) 335-2684 President: Elson S. Floyd Athletic Director: Bill Moos Head Coach: Paul Wulff Career Record (Seasons): 56-62 (10) WSU Record (Seasons): 3-22 (2) 2009 Records: 1-11 (0-9 Pac-10) 2009 Bowl: None Lettermen Returning (O/D/ST): 50 (24/23/3) Starters Returning (O/D/ST): 18 (8/8/2) Lead Football SID: Bill Stevens Phone: (916) 761-7005 E-mail: wsstevens@wsu.edu Website: wsucougars.com Series: Cal leads, 41-25-5 Last Meeting: at Cal 49, WSU 17 (10/24/09) Last Meeting at WSU: Cal 66, WSU 3 (9/6/08) Last WSU Win: WSU 48, at Cal 38 (9/28/02) Current Win Streak: Cal (5)

Location: Stanford, CA Enrollment: 15,319 Colors: Cardinal and White Conference: Pacific-10 Stadium: Stanford Stadium (50,000) Surface: Natural Grass Press Box Phone: (650) 723-4418 President: John Hennessy Athletic Director: Bob Bowlsby Head Coach: Jim Harbaugh Career Record (Seasons): 46-26 (6) Stanford Record: 17-20 (3) 2009 Records: 8-5 (6-3 Pac-10) 2009 Bowl: Sun vs. Oklahoma (L, 27-31) Lettermen Returning (O/D/ST): 43 (20/19/4) Starters Returning (O/D/ST): 17 (7/10/0) Lead Football SID: Jim Young Phone: (650) 721-1989 E-mail: jfyoung@stanford.edu Website: gostanford.com Series: Stanford leads, 55-46-11 Last Meeting: Cal 34, at Stanford 28 (11/21/09) Last Meeting at Cal: Cal 37, Stanford 16 (11/22/08) Last Stanford Win: at Stanford 20, Cal 13 (12/1/07) Current Win Streak: Cal (2) *Series information does not include rugby

Oct. 23, 2010 (TBA) Memorial Stadium Berkeley, CA TV: TBA

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OREGON ST. BEAVERS Oct. 30, 2010 (TBA) Reser Stadium Corvallis, OR TV: TBA

Location: Corvallis, OR Enrollment: 20,200 Colors: Orange and Black Conference: Pacific-10 Stadium: Reser Stadium (45,674) Surface: FieldTurf Press Box Phone: (541) 737-2410 President: Dr. Edward Ray Athletic Director: Bob De Carolis Head Coach: Mike Riley Career Record (Seasons): 64-47 (9) OSU Record (Seasons): 64-47 (9) 2009 Records: 8-5 (6-3 Pac-10) 2009 Bowl: Las Vegas vs. BYU (L, 20-44) Lettermen Returning (O/D/ST): 58 (29/27/2) Starters Returning (O/D/ST): 19 (9/8/2) Lead Football SID: Steve Fenk Phone: (541) 737-7470 E-mail: steve.fenk@oregonstate.edu Website: osubeavers.com Series: Cal leads, 33-29 Last Meeting: OSU 31, at Cal 14 (11/7/09) Last Meeting at OSU: OSU 34, Cal 21 (11/15/08) Last Cal Win: Cal 41, at OSU 13 (9/30/06) Current Win Streak: Oregon State (3)

Nov. 6, 2010 (TBA) Martin Stadium Pullman, WA TV: TBA

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OREGON DUCKS Nov. 13, 2010 (TBA) Memorial Stadium Berkeley, CA TV: TBA

Location: Eugene, OR Enrollment: 22,900 Colors: Green and Yellow Conference: Pacific-10 Stadium: Autzen Stadium (54,000) Surface: FieldTurf Press Box Phone: (541) 346-7074 President: Richard Lariviere Athletic Director: Rob Mullens Head Coach: Chip Kelly Career Record (Seasons): 10-3 (1) Oregon Record (Seasons): 10-3 (1) 2009 Records: 10-3 (8-1 Pac-10) 2009 Bowl: Rose vs. Ohio State (L, 17-26) Lettermen Returning (O/D/ST): 46 (19/24/3) Starters Returning (O/D/ST): 19 (9/8/2) Lead Football SID: Dave Williford Phone: (541) 346-2251 E-mail: diw@uoregon.edu Website: goducks.com Series: Cal leads, 39-31-2 Last Meeting: at Oregon 42, Cal 3 (9/26/09) Last Meeting at Cal: Cal 26, Oregon 16 (11/1/08) Current Win Streak: Oregon (1)

Nov. 20, 2010 (12:30 p.m. PT) Memorial Stadium Berkeley, CA TV: Fox Sports Net

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WASHINGTON HUSKIES Nov. 27, 2010 (TBA) Memorial Stadium Berkeley, CA TV: TBA

Location: Seattle, WA Enrollment: 42,933 Colors: Purple and Gold Conference: Pacific-10 Stadium: Husky Stadium (72,500) Surface: FieldTurf Press Box Phone: (206) 543-2230 President: Dr. Mark Emmert Athletic Director: Scott Woodward Head Coach: Steve Sarkisian Career Record (Seasons): 5-7 (1) Washington Record (Seasons): 5-7 (1) 2009 Records: 5-7 (4-5 Pac-10) 2009 Bowl: None Lettermen Returning (O/D/ST): 50 (23/25/2) Starters Returning (O/D/ST): 18 (10/6/2) Lead Football SID: Jeff Bechthold Phone: (206) 685-7910 E-mail: bechtold@uw.edu Website: gohuskies.com Series: Washington leads, 47-38-4 Last Meeting: at Washington 42, Cal 10 (12/5/09) Last Meeting at Cal: Cal 48, Washington 7 (12/6/08) Current Win Streak: Washington (1)

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BIG GAME HISTORY

n Nov. 20, 2010, California and Stanford will play the 113th Big Game to continue one of the greatest rivalries in college football. The series, which dates back to 1892 is tied for the 10th-longest running series between Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) teams and has featured some of the most memorable finishes in the history of the sport. Cal enters this year’s match-up at Memorial Stadium trailing the all-time series, 55-46-11, but has won seven of the last eight contests between the teams since Jeff Tedford became the Golden Bear head coach in 2002. Tedford has equaled Pappy Waldorf for the most Big Game victories by a Cal coach with his current total of seven. The Cal-Stanford series has been a remarkably close rivalry, with the Big Game having been determined by a touchdown or less 51 times. The status of the rivalry as one of the truly great sporting spectacles across the country was undoubtedly established in the very first game, when Stanford upset Cal, 14-10, on March 19, 1892, in a contest played on a field at the corner of Haight and Stanyan streets in San Francisco. Stanford

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manager Herbert C. Hoover, later to become the 31st president of the United States, and his Cal counterpart counted the gate receipts and reported a then-staggering sum of $30,000. The game continued to grow in popularity with capacity crowds becoming the norm. In 1923, Cal opened Memorial Stadium with a 9-0 win to cap an undefeated season. Stanford and Cal also opened Stanford Stadium in 1921 with the Bears winning, 42-7, en route to the Rose Bowl. Cal achieved great success in the series under Waldorf, who retired with a 7-1-2 record vs. Stanford from 1947-56. The 1949 game was highlighted by Jim Monachino’s 84-yard run – still the longest rush by a Cal player in Big Game history Five Big Games have been won on the final play, starting with the 1972 meeting in Berkeley. Cal faced fourth down from the Stanford sevenyardline with three seconds to go. But Vince Ferragamo completed a touchdown pass to a diving Steve Sweeney, giving the Bears a 24-21 win. Two years later, Stanford’s Mike Langford booted a 50-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Cardinal to a 22-20 decision over the Bears.

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In 1982, Cal won on a five-lateral, 57-yard kickoff return that will forever be remembered as “The Play.” Trailing 20-19, the Bears received Stanford’s kick with just four seconds left. Cal proceeded to travel the length of the field and march through the Stanford Band to produce an improbable 25-20 victory. The Cardinal prevailed in 1990 by scoring nine points in the final 12 seconds. John Hopkins connected on a 37-yard field goal as time ran out for a 27-25 win. Finally, in 2000, Cal and Stanford played the first overtime game in the history of the series, with the Cardinal emerging 36-30 winners. For the 100th renewal of the series, the teams donned uniforms representative of the ones they wore more than a half-century earlier. On the night prior to the Nov. 21, 1997 contest, a gala event dubbed the “Big Auction” raised more than $1 million in scholarship funds for each school. In last year's Big Game at Stanford, Cal was a 34-28 winner as Mike Mohamed intercepted an Andrew Luck pass at the Cal three-yard line in the waning moments to secure the victory.


BIG GAME RECORDS RUSHING Cal: 390, Nov. 19, 1949 Stanford: 322, Nov. 19, 1984 Both Teams: 565, Nov. 24, 1956 (Cal 181, Stanford 284) Cal Individual: 226, Joe Igber, Nov. 23, 2002 (26 attempts) Stanford Individual: 209, Lou Valli, Nov. 24, 1956 Cal Longest Rush: 84, Jim Monachino, Nov. 19, 1949 Stanford Longest Rush: 94, Casey Moore, Nov. 20, 1999

PASSING Cal: 377, Nov. 18, 1989 Stanford: 401, Nov. 21, 1959 Cal Individual: 377, Troy Taylor, Nov. 18, 1989 Stanford Individual: 401, Dick Norman, Nov. 21, 1959 Cal Individual: 80, Jackie Jensen to Paul Keckley, Nov. 22, 1947 Stanford Individual: 82, Brian Johnson to Walter Batson, Nov. 21, 1987

RECEIVING Cal Individual (Yards): 245, Geoff McArthur, Nov. 22, 2003 (16 receptions) Stanford Individual (Yards): 141, Ken Margerum, Nov. 18, 1978 (7 receptions) Cal Individual (Receptions): 16, Geoff McArthur, Nov. 22, 2003 Stanford Individual (Receptions): 12, Chris Burford, Nov. 21, 1959

TOTAL OFFENSE Cal: 560, Nov. 20, 1993 Stanford: 563, Nov. 22, 1969 Both Teams: 1,027, Nov. 22, 1969 (Stanford 563, Cal 464) Cal Individual: 414, Aaron Rodgers, Nov. 22, 2003 Stanford Individual: 409, Jim Plunkett, Nov. 22, 1969

SCORING Cal: 48, Nov. 22, 1975 (48-15) Stanford: 42, Nov. 23, 1996 (42-21) Cal Individual: 24, Chuck Muncie, Nov. 22, 1975; 24, Lindsey Chapman, Nov. 20, 1993 Stanford Individual: 24, Toby Gerhart, Nov. 21, 2009

MISCELLANEOUS Longest Cal Punt: 76, Bryan Anger, Nov. 22, 2008 Longest Stanford Punt: 75, Dave Lewis, Nov. 21, 1964; 75, Stan Anderson, Nov. 19, 1932 Longest Cal Field Goal: 55, Tom Schneider, Dec. 2, 2006 Longest Stanford Field Goal: 50, Mike Langford, Nov. 23, 1974 Longest Cal Kickoff Return: 100, Deltha O’Neal, Nov. 20, 1999 Longest Stanford Kickoff Return: 95, Kevin Scott, Nov, 19, 1988 Longest Cal Punt Return: 105, Bobby Sherman, Nov. 8, 1902 Longest Stanford Punt Return: 76, Glyn Milburn, Nov. 21, 1992 Longest Cal Interception Return: 75, Steve Bancroft, Nov. 24, 1928 Longest Stanford Interception Return: 71, Gordy Riegel, Nov. 18, 1972

THE AXE The Stanford Axe, the trophy awarded to the winner of the Big Game every year, actually made its debut on the eve of a baseball game between the rival universities on April 13, 1899. On that afternoon at a pre-game rally, a group of Stanford students introduced the instrument to decapitate a straw man adorned in California blue and gold, much to the delight of the Indian faithful who chanted “Give ‘em the axe” while the proceedings continued. The next day, Stanford rooters taunted their Cal counterparts by cutting pieces of blue and gold ribbon with the Axe and by using it to chop at a designated piece of wood whenever the Indians made a good play. Cal rallied for an upset over Stanford and the Golden Bear fans were so overcome with emotion that a group of Cal men wrestled The Axe away from the Stanford students and smuggled it across the bay via ferry. The Axe was placed in a safe at a Berkeley bank, to be removed once a year for the Axe Rally. By 1933, both sides decided that the Axe would make an ideal Big Game trophy. It was mounted on a plaque that lists the scores of each game since 1933.

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Cal scored 40 points: 41, Nov. 20, 2004 (41-6) Stanford scored 40 points: 42, Nov. 23, 1996 (42-21) Both teams scored 60 combined points: 62, Cal (34-28), Nov. 21, 2009 Cal shutout Stanford: Nov. 22, 1952 (26-0) Stanford shutout Cal: Nov. 20, 1971 (14-0)

Cal passed for 300 yards: 359, Nov. 22, 2003 Stanford passed for 300 yards: 312, Nov. 22, 2008 Both teams 600 yards passing: 611, Nov. 20, 1993 (Stanford 346, Cal 265) Cal player passed for 300 yards: 359, Aaron Rodgers, Nov. 22, 2003 Stanford player passed for 300 yards: 306, Tavita Pritchard, Nov. 22, 2008 Cal player completed a pass of 50 yards: 59, Kevin Riley to Shane Vereen, Nov. 22, 2008 Stanford player completed a pass of 50 yards: 51, T.C. Ostrander to Evan Moore, Dec. 2, 2006 Cal player completed a pass of 75 yards: 80, Jackie Jensen to Paul Keckley, Nov. 22, 1947 Stanford player completed a pass of 75 yards: 75, Randy Fasani to Luke Powell, Nov. 18, 2000

RUSHING Cal rushed for 200 yards: 242, Nov. 21, 2009 Stanford rushed for 200 yards: 220, Nov. 23, 1996 Cal rushed for 300 yards: 307, Nov. 20, 2004 Stanford rushed for 300 yards: 322, Nov. 17, 1984 Both teams rushed for 500 combined yards: 565, Nov. 24, 1956 (Stanford 284, Cal 281) Cal player rushed for 100 yards: 193, Shane Vereen, Nov. 21, 2009 Stanford player rushed for 100 yards: 136, Toby Gerhart, Nov. 21, 2009 Cal player had a rush of 50 yards: 60, Jahvid Best, Nov. 22, 2008 Stanford player had a rush of 50 yards: 61, Toby Gerhart, Nov. 21, 2009

RECEIVING Cal player caught 10 passes: 16, Geoff McArthur, Nov. 22, 2003 Stanford player caught 10 passes: 10, Gene Washington, Nov. 18, 1967 Cal player caught passes for 100 yards: 127, DeSean Jackson, Dec. 2, 2006 Stanford player caught passes for 100 yards: 101, Luke Powell, Nov. 18, 2000 Cal player caught passes for 150 yards: 245, Geoff McArthur, Nov. 22, 2003 Stanford player caught passes for 150 yards: Never

TOTAL OFFENSE Cal had 400 yards: 477, Nov. 21, 2009 Stanford had 400 yards: 435, Nov. 22, 2008 Cal had 500 yards: 533, Nov. 22, 2003 Stanford had 500 yards: 538, Nov. 18, 1978 Both teams had 800 combined yards: 822, Nov. 21, 2009 (Cal 477, Stanford 345) Both teams had 900 combined yards: 917, Nov. 18, 1995 (Cal 464, Stanford 453) Cal player had 300 yards: 414, Aaron Rodgers, Nov. 22, 2003 Stanford player had 300 yards: 327, Steve Stenstrom, Nov. 20, 1993

MISCELLANEOUS Cal player punted the ball 60 yards: 76, Bryan Anger, Nov. 22, 2008 Stanford player punted the ball 60 yards: 60, Ken Naber, Nov. 17, 1979 Cal player kicked a 50-yard field goal: 55, Tom Schneider, Dec. 2, 2006 Stanford player kicked a 50-yard field goal: 50, Mike Langford, Nov. 23, 1974

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SERIES HISTORY vs. 2010 OPPONENTS ARIZONA Cal leads series, 14-13-2 10/14/78 W 33-20 9/15/79 W 10-7 9/27/80 L 24-31 9/19/81 W 14-13 10/1/83 T 33-33 9/8/84 L 13-23 9/21/85 L 17-13 10/25/86 L 16-33 10/10/87 T 23-23 10/29/88 W 10-7 11/4/89 W 29-28 9/29/90 W 30-25 9/21/91 W 23-21 10/24/92 L 17-24 11/13/93 W 24-20 11/5/94 L 6-13 9/30/95 L 15-20 11/2/96 W 56-55 (4ot) 11/15/97 L 38-41 (2ot) 11/14/98 L 23-27 11/3/01 L 24-38 11/16/02 L 41-52 10/25/03 W 42-14 10/23/04 W 38-0 10/1/05 W 28-0 11/11/06 L 20-24 9/22/07 W 45-27 10/18/08 L 27-42 11/14/09 W 24-16

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Points for Cal – 743 Points for UA – 700 Most Points, Cal – 56 (1996) Most Points, UA – 55 (1996) Largest Margin, Cal – 38 (2004) Largest Margin, UA – 17 (1986) Longest Win Streak, Cal – 4 (1988-91) Longest Win Streak, UA – 4 (1997-2002) Current Win Streak – Cal, 1 (2009)

ARIZONA STATE Cal leads series, 15-14-0 9/25/76 W 31-22 10/14/78 L 21-35 9/8/79 W 17-9 11/8/80 L 6-34 10/17/81 L 17-45 9/25/82 L 0-15 11/5/83 W 26-24 10/6/84 W 19-14 11/2/85 L 8-30 11/8/86 L 0-49 11/14/87 W 38-20 10/13/90 W 31-24 11/16/91 W 25-6 11/14/92 L 12-28 11/6/93 L 0-41 9/24/94 W 25-21 11/11/95 L 29-38 11/9/96 L 7-35 11/8/97 L 21-28 11/7/98 L 22-55 9/25/99 W+ 24-23 10/7/00 L 10-30 11/9/02 W 55-38 11/1/03 W 51-23 10/30/04 W 27-0 9/23/06 W 49-21

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Points for Cal – 803 Points for ASU – 609 Most Points, Cal – 55 (2002) Most Points, ASU – 55 (1998) Largest Margin, Cal – 28 (2003, '06) Largest Margin, ASU – 33 (1998) Longest Win Streak, Cal – 4 (2002-06) Longest Win Streak, ASU – 4 (199598) Current Win Streak – Cal, 2 (2008-09)

COLORADO Series tied, 2-2 9/28/68 W 9/9/72 L 9/13/75 L 9/11/82 W

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Points for Cal – 78 Points for CU – 71 Most Points, Cal – 31 (1982) Most Points, CU – 34 (1975) Largest Margin, Cal – 14 (1982) Largest Margin, CU – 10 (1972) Longest Win Streak, Cal – 1 (1968, 1982) Longest Win Streak, CU – 2 (1972-75) Current Win Streak – Cal, 1 (1982)

NEVADA *Cal leads series, 22-2-1 11/15/99 W 24-0 11/14/00 W 34-0 10/30/01 W 12-0 11/1/02 W 29-0 11/7/03 L 2-6 11/5/04 W 16-0 11/4/05 W 16-0 *11/3/06 L 0-3 *10/19/07 W 25-0 *11/7/08 W 11-0 *11/6/09 W 24-8 *11/5/10 W 62-0 *10/7/11 W 29-0 *10/5/12 W 34-0 *11/28/14 W 38-3 11/20/15 W 81-6 10/16/20 W 79-7 10/8/21 W 51-6 11/18/22 W 61-13 11/3/23 T 0-0 11/15/24 W 27-0 10/3/25 W 54-0 11/13/26 W 20-6 10/1/27 W 54-0 11/17/28 W 60-0 11/15/30 W 8-0 10/31/31 W 25-6 10/29/32 W 38-0 9/30/33 W 34-0 9/29/34 W 33-0 10/27/45 W 19-6

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Points for Cal – 810 Points for NEV – 71 Most Points, Cal – 81 (1915) Most Points, NEV – 15 (1996) Largest Margin, Cal – 75 (1915) Largest Margin, NEV – 4 (1903) Longest Win Streak, Cal – 12 (1924-96) Longest Unbeaten Streak, Cal – 19 (1904-96) Longest Win Streak, NEV – 1 (1903) Current Win Streak – Cal – 12 (1924-96)

OREGON Cal leads series, 39-31-2 11/18/99 W 12-0 11/17/00 L 0-2 11/22/04 W 12-0 10/12/05 T 0-0 10/21/16 L 14-39 11/17/17 L 0-21 11/23/18 W 6-0 10/22/21 W 39-0 10/24/25 W 28-0 10/30/26 L 13-21 10/15/27 W 16-0 11/3/28 W 13-0 11/12/35 W 6-0 11/14/36 W 28-0 11/13/37 W 26-0 11/12/38 W 20-0 10/14/39 L 0-6 11/16/40 W 14-6 10/18/41 L 7-19 10/31/42 W 20-7 11/17/45 L 13-20 10/5/46 L 13-14 11/12/49 W 41-14 9/30/50 W 28-7 11/17/51 W 28-26 10/11/52 W 41-7 11/14/53 T 0-0 10/9/54 L 27-33 10/15/55 L 0-21 11/3/56 L 6-28 10/26/ L 6-24 10/25/58 W 23-6 11/7/59 L 18-20 10/22/60 L 0-20 11/13/65 W 24-0 9/16/67 W 21-13 11/16/68 W 36-8 9/12/70 L 24-31 11/13/71 W 17-10 11/4/72 W 31-12 10/13/73 L 10-41 10/12/74 W 40-10 10/11/7 W 34-7 10/9/76 W 27-10 11/12/77 W 48-16 10/7/78 W 21-18 10/6/79 W+ 19-14 10/11/80 W 31-6 10/16/82 W 10-7 10/8/83 L 17-24 9/22/84 L 14-21 10/19/85 L 24-27 11/1/86 L 9-27 10/31/87 W 20-6

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9/9/89 L 19-35 11/10/90 W 28-3 10/12/91 W 45-7 11/7/92 L 17-37 10/2/93 W 42-41 10/15/94 L 7-23 10/14/95 L 30-52 11/16/96 L 23-40 11/13/99 L 19-24 11/11/00 L 17-25 10/13/01 L 7-48 11/8/03 L 17-21 11/6/04 W 28-27 11/5/05 L 20-27 (ot) 10/7/06 W 45-24 9/29/07 W 31-24 11/1/08 W 26-16 9/26/09 L 3-42 + forfeited to Cal A1 – Eugene; A2 – Portland

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Points for Cal – 1,417 Points for ORE – 1,187 Most Points, Cal – 48 (1977) Most Points, ORE – 52 (1995) Largest Margin, Cal – 39 (1921) Largest Margin, ORE – 41 (2001) Longest Win Streak, Cal – 6 (1927-38) Longest Win Streak, ORE – 7 (1994-2003) Current Win Streak – ORE, 1 (2009)

OREGON STATE Cal leads series, 33-29-0 10/28/05 W 10-0 10/27/17 W 14-3 11/1/19 W 21-14 10/30/20 W 17-7 10/20/23 W 26-0 10/16/26 L 7-27 10/10/36 W 7-0 10/2/37 W 24-6 10/29/38 W 13-7 11/18/39 L 0-21 11/2/40 L 13-19 11/15/41 L 0-6 10/3/42 L 8-13 11/16/46 L 7-28 10/16/48 W 42-0 10/1/49 W 41-0 10/21/50 W 27-0 10/27/51 W 35-14 9/26/53 W 26-0 11/13/54 W 46-7 11/12/55 L 14-16 10/13/56 L 13-21 11/9/57 L 19-21 11/1/58 L 8-14 10/24/59 L 20-24 10/29/60 W 14-6 11/8/69 L 3-35 11/7/70 L 10-16 10/9/71 W 30-27 11/11/72 L 23-26 10/20/73 W 24-14 10/19/74 W 17-14 10/18/75 W 51-24 10/16/76 L 9-10 10/15/77 W 41-17 10/13/79 W 45-0 10/18/80 W 27-6 10/31/81 W 45-3

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10/30/82 W 28-14 10/15/83 W 45-19 10/13/84 L 6-9 9/14/85 L 20-23 10/11/86 L 12-14 9/17/88 L 16-17 10/28/89 L 24-25 11/9/91 W 27-14 10/3/92 W 42-0 10/21/95 W 13-12 9/28/96 W 48-42 (3ot) 11/1/97 W 33-14 10/31/98 W 20-19 11/6/99 L 7-17 11/4/00 L 32-38 10/27/01 L 10-19 10/26/02 L 13-24 10/4/03 L 21-35 10/2/04 W 49-7 10/15/05 L 20-23 9/30/06 W 41-13 10/13/07 L 28-31 11/15/08 L 21-34 11/7/09 L 14-31 A1 – Corvallis; A2 – Portland

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Points for Cal – 1,377 Points for OSU – 1,140 Most Points, Cal – 51 (1975) Most Points, OSU – 38 (2000) Largest Margin, Cal – 45 (1979) Largest Margin, OSU – 32 (1969) Longest Win Streak, Cal – 6 (1948-54, 1977-83, 1991-98) Longest Win Streak, OSU – 5 (193946, 1955-59, 1984-89, 1999-2003) Current Win Streak – OSU, 3 (2007-09)

STANFORD *Stanford leads series, 55-46-11 3/19/92 L 10-14 12/17/92 T 10-10 11/30/93 T 6-6 11/29/94 L 0-6 11/28/95 T 6-6 11/26/96 L 0-20 11/25/97 L 0-28 11/24/98 W 22-0 11/30/99 W 30-0 11/29/00 L 0-5 11/9/01 W 2-0 11/8/02 W 16-0 11/14/03 T 6-6 11/12/04 L 0-18 11/11/05 L 5-12 *11/10/06 L 3-6 *11/9/07 L 11-21 *11/14/08 L 3-12 *11/13/09 W 19-13 *11/12/10 W 25-6 *11/11/11 W 21-3 *11/9/12 T 3-3 *11/8/13 L 8-13 *11/14/14 L 8-26 +11/30/18 W 67-0 11/22/19 W 14-10 11/20/20 W 38-0 11/19/21 W 42-7 11/25/22 W 28-0 11/24/23 W 9-0 11/22/24 T 20-20 11/21/25 L 14-27 11/20/26 L 6-41 11/19/27 L 6-13 11/24/28 T 13-13 11/23/29 L 6-21 11/22/30 L 0-41

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SERIES NOTES

Points for Cal – 1,851 Points for STAN – 1,799 Most Points, Cal – 48 (1975) Most Points, STAN – 42 (1996) Largest Margin, Cal – 35 (1921, 2004) Largest Margin, STAN – 41 (1930) Longest Win Streak, Cal – 5 (1919-23, 2002-06) Longest Win Streak, STAN – 7 (19952001) Current Win Streak – Cal, 2 (2008-09)

UC DAVIS Cal leads series, 8-0 9/17/32 W 20-6 9/30/33 W 39-0 9/29/34 W 54-0 9/28/35 W 47-0 9/26/36 W 39-0 10/16/37 W 14-0 10/8/38 W 48-0 9/30/39 W 38-14

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Points for Cal – 299 Points for UCD – 20 Most Points, Cal – 54 (1934) Most Points, UCD – 14 (1939) Largest Margin, Cal – 54 (1934) Largest Margin, UCD – None Longest Win Streak, Cal – 8 (1932-39) Longest Win Streak, UCD – None Current Win Streak – Cal, 8 (1932-39)

UCLA UCLA leads series, 49-30-1 11/4/33 T 0-0 10/20/34 W 3-0 11/2/35 W 14-2 10/17/36 L 6-17 10/30/37 W 27-14 10/15/38 W 20-7 11/4/39 L 7-20 10/19/40 W 9-7 11/1/41 W 27-7 10/17/42 L 0-21 10/16/43 W 13-0 11/13/43 W 13-6 9/30/44 W 6-0 11/11/44 L 0-7 9/29/45 L 0-13 11/24/45 W 6-0 10/19/46 L 6-13 11/1/47 W 6-0 11/6/48 W 28-13 10/29/49 W 35-21 11/11/50 W 35-0 11/3/51 L 7-21 11/1/52 L 7-28 10/31/53 L 7-20 10/30/54 L 6-27 10/29/55 L 0-47 10/20/56 L 20-34 11/2/57 L 14-16 11/8/58 W 20-17 10/17/59 L 12-19 11/5/60 L 0-28 11/4/61 L 15-35 11/3/62 L 16-26 11/2/63 W 25-0 10/31/64 L 21-25 10/23/65 L 3-56

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10/22/66 L 15-28 10/14/67 L 14-37 10/19/68 W 39-15 10/18/69 L 0-32 10/17/70 L 21-24 10/23/71 W 31-24 10/21/72 L 13-49 10/27/73 L 21-61 10/26/74 L 3-28 10/25/75 L 14-28 10/23/76 L 19-35 10/22/77 L+ 19-21 10/21/78 L 0-45 10/20/79 L 27-28 10/25/80 L 9-32 10/24/81 L 6-34 10/23/82 L 31-47 10/22/83 L 16-20 10/20/84 L 14-17 10/26/85 L 7-34 10/18/86 L 10-36 10/24/87 L 18-42 10/15/88 L 21-38 9/30/89 L 6-24 10/20/90 W 38-31 10/5/91 W 27-24 10/31/92 W 48-12 9/4/93 W 27-25 10/8/94 W 26-7 10/28/95 L 16-33 10/26/96 L 29-38 10/25/97 L 17-35 10/24/98 L 16-28 10/16/99 W* 17-0 10/14/00 W 46-38 (3ot) 10/20/01 L 17-56 10/19/02 W 17-12 10/18/03 L 20-23 (ot) 10/16/04 W 45-28 10/8/05 L 40-47 11/4/06 W 38-24 10/20/07 L 21-30 10/25/08 W 41-20 10/17/09 W 45-26 +Forfeited by UCLA *Forfeited by Cal A1 – Los Angeles; A2 – Pasadena

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Points for Cal – 1,399 Points for UCLA – 1,883 Most Points, Cal – 48 (1992) Most Points, UCLA – 61 (1973) Largest Margin, Cal – 36 (1992) Largest Margin, UCLA – 53 (1965) Longest Win Streak, Cal – 5 (1990-94) Longest Win Streak, UCLA – 18 (1972-89) Current Win Streak – Cal 2 (2008-09)

USC USC leads series, 62-30-5 *11/28/12 W 18-0 *11/27/13 T 3-3 10/23/15 L 10-28 11/25/15 W 23-21 11/4/16 W 27-0 11/29/17 T 0-0 12/14/18 W 33-7 11/8/19 W 14-13 11/5/21 W 38-7 10/28/22 W 12-0 11/10/23 W 13-7 11/1/24 W 7-0 10/23/26 L 0-27 10/29/27 L 0-13 10/20/28 T 0-0

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15-7 0-74 0-6 7-27 3-6 7-2 21-7 13-7 20-6 7-13 0-26 20-7 14-0 7-21 0-7 0-13 6-6 0-32 2-13 0-14 0-14 14-39 13-7 16-10 13-7 14-21 0-10 20-32 27-29 6-33 7-20 12-0 14-12 7-14 10-27 14-28 6-32 6-36 21-26 0-35 9-35 12-31 17-35 9-14 13-10 0-28 14-42 14-50 15-15 28-14 6-20 17-14 17-42 14-24 7-60 3-21 0-42 9-19 7-31 14-6 3-28 14-31 3-35 15-31 31-31 52-30 24-27 14-42 0-61 16-26 22-15 17-27 32-31 17-7 28-16

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11/10/01 L 14-55 H 10/12/02 L 28-30 A1 9/27/03 W 34-31 (3ot) H 10/9/04 L 17-23 A1 11/12/05^ L 10-35 H 11/18/06 L 9-23 A 11/10/07 L 17-24 H 11/8/08 L 3-17 A 10/3/09 L 3-30 H *Rugby, not in official records +Forfeited by Cal; ^vacated by USC A1 – Los Angeles; A2 – Pasadena

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Points for Cal – 1,248 Points for USC – 2,071 Most Points, Cal – 52 (1991) Most Points, USC – 74 (1930) Largest Margin, Cal – 31 (1921) Largest Margin, USC – 74 (1930) Longest Win Streak, Cal – 6 (1918-24) Longest Win Streak, USC – 11 (1959-69) Current Win Streak – USC, 6 (2004-09)

WASHINGTON Washington leads series, 47-38-4 11/24/04 T 6-6 11/6/15 L 0-72 11/13/15 L 7-13 11/18/16 L 3-13 11/30/16 L 7-14 11/3/17 W 27-0 11/27/19 L 0-7 11/12/21 W 72-3 11/11/22 W 45-7 11/17/23 W 9-0 11/8/24 T 7-7 11/14/25 L 0-7 11/6/26 L 7-13 11/12/27 L 0-6 11/10/28 W 6-0 11/16/29 W 7-0 11/25/30 L 0-13 11/7/31 W 13-0 10/22/32 W 7-6 11/11/33 W 33-0 10/27/34 L 7-13 11/9/35 W 14-0 10/24/36 L 0-13 11/6/37 T 0-0 10/22/38 W 14-7 11/11/39 L 6-13 10/26/40 L 6-7 11/8/41 L 6-13 10/24/42 W 19-6 10/28/44 L 7-33 10/6/45 W 27-14 10/26/46 L 6-20 11/8/47 W 13-7 10/23/48 W 21-0 10/22/49 W 21-7 11/4/50 W 14-7 11/10/51 W 37-28 11/8/52 L 7-22 11/7/53 W 53-25 11/6/54 W 27-6 11/5/55 W 20-6 10/27/56 W 16-7 11/16/57 L 27-35 11/15/58 W 12-7 11/14/59 L 0-20 11/12/60 L 7-27 10/14/61 W 21-14

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Points for Cal – 1,652 Points for UW – 1,714 Most Points, Cal – 72 (1921) Most Points, UW – 72 (1915) Largest Margin, Cal – 69 (1921) Largest Margin, UW – 72 (1915) Longest Win Streak, Cal – 5 (1947-51, 2002-06) Longest Win Streak, UW – 19 (19772001) Current Win Streak – UW, 1 (2009)

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Points for Cal – 1,653 Points for WSU – 1,194 Most Points, Cal – 66 (2008) Most Points, WSU – 63 (1997) Largest Margin, Cal – 63 (2008) Largest Margin, WSU – 31 (1988, 2001) Longest Win Streak, Cal – 8 (1920-29) Longest Win Streak, WSU – 4 (19992002) Current Win Streak – Cal 5 (2005-09)


2009 IN REVIEW Tyson Alualu earned first-team All-Pac-10 honors in 2009 and was selected 10th overall by Jacksonville in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft.

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al equaled a school record with its eighth Stadium, where the Bears had won their most yards and also had a career-high seven receptions straight winning season and extended recent visit in 2007 but had previously dropped for 61 yards and a score. another school mark by making its seventh Cal put its three-game win streak on the line seven in a row to the Ducks dating back to 1989. consecutive bowl appearances in 2009 during a The game started well for Cal when C.J. Mon- against Oregon State the following week at Memoseason that included many highlights and a few crease forced a fumble on the opening kickoff that rial Stadium. The Beavers jumped out to a 14-0 disappointments. was recovered by D.J. Campbell at the Oregon lead before the Bears mustered a 15-play, 81-yard Before the season even started, Cal was widely 22-yardline. But the writing was on the wall im- drive that ended with Best leaping high into the viewed by experts to be the Pac-10 team with the mediately as Cal lost eight yards on its first three air and into the end zone to cut the score to 14-7. best chance at ending USC's seven-year run on But the play also ended Best's collegiate career plays and had to settle for a career-long 47-yard top of the league standings. The Golden Bears field goal from Vince D'Amato. The day was all and provided for the one of the most frightenwere picked to finish second in most preseason ing moments in Cal football history as Best laid Oregon's after that as the Ducks won 42-3, with Pac-10 polls and were ranked as high as No. 12 Jeremiah Masoli (21-25-0-253-3) connecting on motionless on the ground as emergency personnationally. nel attended to him. He was later transported to three touchdown passes to Ed Dickson (11-148, Cal started the season strong with three consecHighland Hospital in Oakland, where he stayed 3 TD) and LaMichael James rushing 21 times for utive victories to move up to No. 6 in the country. the night before being released the next day. Best 118 yards and a touchdown. An inspired Bears squad avenged a surprisng would recover from the injuries he sustained in the The next game on the schedule was USC's visit 2008 loss at Maryland by blasting the Terps, 52-13, fall and be drafted in the first round of the 2010 to Memorial Stadium, but a game that had billed in the season-opener at home. Heisman Trophy as a Pac-10 showdown well before the season NFL Draft by the Detroit Lions but would never play candidate Jahvid Best set the tone early when he started was now more of a game of survival. Both again at Cal. Oregon State would go on to win the ran for a 73-yard touchdown on game, 31-14. the only play of Cal's second drive Cal would still manage to put of the game then scored again back-to-back wins together over on a two-yard run only two plays nationally-ranked teams Arilater after Cal had recovered a zona and Stanford in the next two Maryland fumble on the ensuing games, something the Bears had kickoff. Kevin Riley threw for four not done in consecutive weeks touchdowns, completing 17-ofsince 1950. 26 passes for 298 yards. Best Vereen was the star on both finished with 137 yards rushing nights. on only 10 carries. Cal had 6.0 He ran for 159 yards on 30 carsacks led by a career-high two ries at Arizona (both career highs from Ernest Owusu. that smash the following week at Eastern Washington was no Stanford) and also scored the Mike Tepper Syd’Quan Thompson Shane Vereen match for the Bears when Cal game-clinching touchdown on a hosted the Eagles in their next 61-yard run with 1:21 remaining, contest. Grant Washington scored on a four-yard teams came into the contest with a Pac-10 loss after Giorgio Tavecchio had put the Bears ahead, pass from Matt Nichols with 6:30 to go in the first (USC had been upset by Washington in its confer- 18-16, on a 22-yard field goal with 4:46 to go. quarter to tie the score and briefly give the visitors His signature game came against the Cardinal ence opener two weeks earlier) and the Trojans hope for a stunning upset. But Cal was relentless would hand the Bears a second with a convincing when he again established career highs with 193 after that, scoring the final 52 points as Best led yards rushing on 42 carries, tied for the second30-3 victory. the way with 144 yards rushing and a TD on 17 most by an FBS player in 2009. He also equaled Cal would rebound to win five of its next six carries, while Shane Vereen scored three times games to get back to 8-3 overall and 5-3 in the a career-high three rushing touchdowns but the on the ground. Mike Mohamed's jarring hit on conference standings. most dramatic moment of the game came when Nichols at midfield was one of the most memorable The run started with a 45-26 win at UCLA to give Mohamed intercepted a pass by Stanford quarterdefensive plays of the year, causing a fumble that head coach Jeff Tedford his first win in Los Angeles back Andrew Luck on the Bears' own three-yard Mychal Kendricks returned 45 yards to the Eagles' line with 1:36 remaining to save a 34-28 Cal win. after seven previous tries. Vereen (17-154, TD) five-yard line to set up Best's rushing touchdown. The Bears were riding high but their last two and Best (18-102, TD) both had 100-yard games Kendricks finished with a career-high 15 stops. games would be disappointments with a 42-10 with Vereen's a career-high that he would break The Bears then traveled to Minnesota for their later in the season and Best picking up 93 of his defeat at Washington in the regular-season finale first road game of the season, hoping to change and a 37-27 loss to Utah at the Poinsettia Bowl. yards on the third-longest run in Cal history. Best their luck after a 1-4 record in true road games the The performance by opposing quarterbacks also had a 51-yard TD catch, while Marvin Jones previous season. Best had one of his most amazhad the first two-TD reception game of his career Jake Locker of Washington (19-23-0-248-3) and ing games ever, tying a school record with five and Riley threw for three scores. Jordan Wynn of Utah (26-36-1-338-3) were the rushing touchdowns (career-high 26 carries, 131 A 49-17 home victory over Washington State most damaging factors in both defeats. Vereen did yards) on a nationally-televised ESPN broadcast was next as Riley became the first Cal quarter- manage two more strong games, rushing for 92 and playing in front a sold-out crowd of 50,805 at yards on 16 carries at Washington and a bowl-high back to ever throw touchdowns on each of his the recently-opened TCF Bank Stadium. His effort first three passes in a game, while Jeremy Ross 122 yards and two scores on 20 carries vs. Utah. would catapult him into the top spot on many HeisSyd'Quan Thompson became the school's all-time totaled a career-high 228 all-purpose yards and man lists and a photo of him leaping into the end leader in pass breakups (36) during the game and Best rushed for 159 yards and two scores on 13 zone landed him in Sports Illustrated. The game also completed his career by starting all 52 games carries. Ross had 191 of his all-purpose yards was tied 21-21 in the fourth quarter until a pair of on three players, returning a punt 76 yards for a possible to set a school record. two-yard TD runs by Best, the first set up by two The team's 2009 accolades were numerous touchdown, catching a 61-yard pass and bringing long passes from Kevin Riley to Jeremy Ross, both on and off the field, incuding first-team Allthe opening kickoff back 54 yards. provided the winning 35-21 margin. Cal's third straight victory was a nailbiting 23-21 Pac-10 selections for Tyson Alualu, Bryan Anger, The 3-0 start moved the Bears up to the No. 6 Mohamed, Mike Tepper and Thompson. For a full win at Arizona State. Giorgio Tavecchio's 24-yard ranking in the country and arguably made them field goal with 21 seconds remaining provided the list of 2009 accolades see page 107. the favorite to claim the Pac-10 crown at that Cal's team statistical highlights included an ofwinning margin to cap an 11-play, 74-yard drive. point in the season, but the next two games on fense that committed only 17 turnovers, the least Riley finished 27-of-44 for a season-high 357 yards the schedule were daunting. and two scores, and was 5-of-6 for 85 yards on the ever by a Cal team, and a rushing defense that Cal's season-opener was at Oregon's Autzen game-winning drive. Best rushed 18 times for 63 ranked second in the Pac-10.

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HONORS & AWARDS • DL Tyson Alualu – All-Pac-10 First-Team, Brick Muller Award (Team Most Valuable Offensive Lineman), Cort Majors Captains Award – Defense (voted on by team), Joe Roth Award (Player best exemplifying courage, attitude and sportsmanship), Midseason All-Pac-10 Second-Team (Phil Steele), Preseason All-American Honorable Mention (NationalChamps.net), Preseason All-Pac-10 First-Team (Athlon, Sporting News), Preseason All-Pac-10 Second-Team (Lindy’s, Phil Steele), Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List, Team Lifter of the Year – Senior • P Bryan Anger – All-Pac-10 First-Team, Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week (10/17), College Football Performance Awards Punter of the Year Watch List, J. Scott Duncan Award (Team Most Valuable Special Teams Player), Preseason All-American First-Team (Athlon), Preseason All-American SecondTeam (NationalChamps.net, Phil Steele), Preseason All-Pac-10 First-Team (Athlon, Lindy's, Phil Steele, Sporting News), Punter Performer of the Week (10/17, College Football Performance Awards), Punter Performer of the Week (10/31, College Football Performance Awards), Ray Guy Award Watch List • TB Jahvid Best – All-America Player of the Week Nominee (AT&T, 9/19), AllPac-10 Second-Team, Bear Backers Team MVP Award – Offense (voted on by team), College Football Performance Awards Overall Performer of the Year Watch List, College Football Performance Awards Running Back of the Year Watch List, Doak Walker Award Watch List, Heisman Watch (Athlon Preseason No. 4, Lindy’s Preseason No. 4, The Big Lead Preseason No. 4, Phil Steele Preseason No. 6, NationalChamps.net Preseason No. 9, Sports Network (Second-Tier Preseason Favorites), Maxwell Award Semifinalist, Maxwell Award Watch List, Midseason All-Pac-10 Second-Team (Phil Steele), Muscle Milk California Student-Athlete of the Week (9/19), Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week (9/19), Preseason All-American First-Team (Athlon, CBSSports, ESPN, Lindy’s, Playboy), Preseason All-American Second-Team (Phil Steele, Sporting News), Preseason All-American Third-Team (NationalChamps.net), Preseason All-Pac-10 First Team (Athlon, Lindy’s, Phil Steele, Sporting News), Preseason All-Pac-10 Second-Team Kick Returner (Athlon), Preseason AllPac-10 Third-Team Kick Returner (Phil Steele), Running Back Performer of the Week (College Football Performance Awards, 9/5, 9/19, 10/24), Running Back Performer of the Week First Honorable Mention (College Football Performance Awards, 9/12, 10/17), Walter Camp Award Watch List • LB Devin Bishop – Ken Cotton Award (Team Most Courageous Player – Defense) • Kyle Boas – Student Manager of the Year • WR Nyan Boateng – Preseason All-Pac-10 Third-Team (Phil Steele) • OL Mark Boskovich – District 8 All-Academic First-Team (CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine), Pac-10 All-Academic First-Team, Preseason All-Pac-10 Third-Team (Phil Steele) • OL Mark Brazinski – Team Lifter of the Year – Freshman • DB Sean Cattouse – All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention, Stub Allison Award (Team Most Inspirational Player) • OL Justin Cheadle – Bob Tessier Award (Team Most Improved Offensive Lineman) • TE Skylar Curran – Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention, Team Most Improved Player • DB Tyré Ellison – Scout Team Player of the Year – Special Teams • OL T.J. Emery – Scout Team Player of the Year – Offense • DB Marcus Ezeff – Preseason All-Pac-10 Second-Team (Phil Steele) • LB Steven Fanua – Scout Team Player of the Year – Defense • OL Chris Guarnero – All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention, Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention • DB Darian Hagan – Preseason All-Pac-10 Third-Team (Athlon, Phil Steele) • WR Spencer Hagan – Scout Team Player of the Year – Special Teams • DL Derrick Hill – Team Schlessinger Coaches Award • FB Brian Holley – Dink Artal Award (Player Best exemplifying Cal Spirit) • DL Keni Kaufusi – Scout Team Player of the Year – Defense • LB Mychal Kendricks – Midseason All-American Fourth-Team Defense (Phil Steele), Midseason All-Pac-10 First-Team (Phil Steele) • WR Alex Lagemann – Pac-10 All-Academic First-Team • DL Cameron Jordan – All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention, Bob Tessier Award (Team Most Improved Defensive Lineman), Preseason All-Pac-10 Third-Team (Athlon), Preseason All-Pac-10 Fourth-Team (Phil Steele)

• OL Alex Mack – All-Decade Team (Sporting News)* • TE Anthony Miller – All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention • LB Mike Mohamed – All-Pac-10 First-Team, Andy Smith Award (Team Player with the most Big "C" time), Bear Backers Team MVP Award – Defense (voted on by team), Berkeley Breakfast Club Award (Team Outstanding Player in Big Game – Defense), District 8 All-Academic First-Team (CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine), Linebacker Performer of the Week Honorable Mention (College Football Performance Awards, 11/21), Midseason All-Pac-10 Second-Team (Phil Steele), Pac-10 All-Academic, Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week (10/31, 11/21), Preseason All-Pac-10 First-Team (Phil Steele, Sporting News), Preseason All-Pac-10 Second-Team (Athlon) • DL Ernest Owusu – Pac-10 All-Academic Second-Team • Kevin Parker – Everett Merriman Award (Demonstrating commitment to community service) • QB Kevin Riley – Cort Majors Captains Award – Offense (voted on by team), Davey O’Brien Quarterback Award Watch List, Heisman Watch (Phil Steele Preseason Possibilities), Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week (9/5), Team Most Valuable Back – Offense, Preseason All-Pac-10 Third-Team (Athlon), Preseason All-Pac-10 Fourth-Team (Phil Steele), Quarterback Performer of the Week Honorable Mention (College Football Performance Awards, 9/5) • WR/RET Jeremy Ross – Punt Returner Performer of the Week (College Football Performance Awards, 10/24) • OL Mitchell Schwartz – All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention, Brick Muller Award (Team Most Valuable Offensive Lineman), Midseason All-Pac-10 Third-Team (Phil Steele), Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention, Preseason All-Pac-10 Second-Team (Lindy’s), Preseason All-Pac-10 Third-Team (Athlon, Phil Steele) • OL Matt Summers-Gavin – Bob Simmons Award (Team Most Valuable Freshman – Offense), Freshman All-America Third-Team (Phil Steele), Pac-10 All-Academic Second-Team • PK Giorgio Tavecchio – Pac-10 All-Academic Second-Team, Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week (11/14) • Head Coach Jeff Tedford – Liberty Mutual National Coach of the Year Candidate • OL Mike Tepper – All-Pac-10 First-Team, Ken Cotton Award (Team Most Courageous Player – Offense), Midseason All-Pac-10 Second-Team (Phil Steele), Preseason All-Pac-10 First-Team (Lindy’s, Sporting News), Preseason All-Pac-10 Second-Team (Athlon, Phil Steele) • DB Syd’Quan Thompson – Academic Momentum Award (National Consortium for Academics and Sports), All-Pac-10 First-Team, Bronco Nagurski Watch List, Chuck Bednarik Watch List, Defensive Back Performer of the Week Honorable Mention (College Football Performance Awards, 11/7), Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award Watch List, Ken Harvey Award (Team honor for player showing special academic commitment and improvement), Midseason All-Pac-10 Second-Team (Phil Steele), Preseason All-American First-Team (Athlon, CBSSports, Lindy’s, National Champs.net), Preseason All-American Second-Team (Sporting News), Preseason All-American Third-Team (Phil Steele), Preseason All-Pac-10 First-Team (Athlon, Lindy’s, Phil Steele, Sporting News), Preseason All-Pac-10 First-Team Punt Returner (Athlon, Phil Steele), Team Most Valuable Back – Defense, The Lott Trophy Watch List • DL Aaron Tipoti – Bob Simmons Award (Team Most Valuable Freshman – Defense) • Garine Tomassian – Student Athletic Trainer of the Year • WR Verran Tucker – Preseason All-Pac-10 Fourth-Team (Phil Steele) • TB Shane Vereen – All-America Player of the Week Nominee (AT&T, 11/21), All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention, Bear Backers Team MVP Award – Offense (voted on by team), Midseason All-Pac-10 Third-Team (Phil Steele), BCS National Offensive Player of the Week (Walter Camp Football Foundation, 11/21), Berkeley Breakfast Club Award (Team Outstanding Player in Big Game – Offense), Muscle Milk California Student-Athlete of the Week (10/17, 11/14, 11/21), Preseason All-Pac-10 Fourth-Team (Phil Steele), Running Back Performer of the Week Honorable Mention (College Football Performance Awards, 10/17, 11/21) • QB Ryan Wertenberger – Scout Team Player of the Year – Offense • LB Eddie Young – Dink Artal Award (Player Best exemplifying Cal Spirit) *OL Alex Mack played four seasons at Cal from 2005-08

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STATISTICS 2009 FINAL RESULTS Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Pac-10 Time Attend Sep 5 MARYLAND W 52-13 1-0-0 0-0-0 3:10 62367 Sep 12 EASTERN WASH. W 59-7 2-0-0 0-0-0 3:01 58083 Sep 19 at Minnesota W 35-21 3-0-0 0-0-0 3:18 50805 *Sep 26 at Oregon L 3-42 3-1-0 0-1-0 3:24 58975 *Oct 3 USC L 3-30 3-2-0 0-2-0 3:08 71799 *Oct 17 at UCLA W 45-26 4-2-0 1-2-0 3:24 67317 *Oct 24 WASHINGTON STATE W 49-17 5-2-0 2-2-0 3:11 54738 *Oct 31 at Arizona State W 23-21 6-2-0 3-2-0 3:22 43659 *Nov 7 OREGON STATE L 14-31 6-3-0 3-3-0 3:16 56496 *Nov 14 ARIZONA W 24-16 7-3-0 4-3-0 3:08 53347 *Nov 21 at Stanford W 34-28 8-3-0 5-3-0 3:14 50510 *Dec 5 at Washington L 10-42 8-4-0 5-4-0 2:58 62334 ^Dec 23 vs Utah L 27-37 8-5-0 5-4-0 3:18 32665 *Pac-10 Game; ^Poinsettia Bowl, San Diego, CA

OVERALL TEAM STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS...............................................CAL..........................OPP SCORING............................................................... 378........................... 331 Points Per Game................................................. 29.1.......................... 25.5 FIRST DOWNS...................................................... 264........................... 245 Rushing................................................................ 106............................. 78 Passing................................................................. 136........................... 147 Penalty................................................................... 21............................. 20 RUSHING YARDAGE........................................... 2203......................... 1456 Yards gained rushing.......................................... 2553......................... 1769 Yards lost rushing................................................. 350........................... 313 Rushing Attempts................................................. 471........................... 436 Average Per Rush................................................. 4.7............................ 3.3 Average Per Game............................................ 169.5.........................112.0 TDs Rushing........................................................... 27............................. 18 PASSING YARDAGE........................................... 2895......................... 3469 Comp-Att-Int...............................................214-393-8............... 289-454-11 Average Per Pass.................................................. 7.4............................ 7.6 Average Per Catch.............................................. 13.5.......................... 12.0 Average Per Game............................................ 222.7........................ 266.8 TDs Passing........................................................... 18............................. 20 TOTAL OFFENSE................................................ 5098......................... 4925 Total Plays............................................................ 864........................... 890 Average Per Play................................................... 5.9............................ 5.5 Average Per Game............................................ 392.2........................ 378.8 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards............................... 56-1152.................... 67-1440 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards................................20-247...................... 21-221 INT RETURNS: #-Yards.................................... 11-159.......................... 8-56 KICK RETURN AVERAGE.................................... 20.6.......................... 21.5 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE................................... 12.4.......................... 10.5 INT RETURN AVERAGE....................................... 14.5............................ 7.0 FUMBLES-LOST...................................................22-9........................ 19-10 PENALTIES-Yards.............................................68-642...................... 84-733 Average Per Game.............................................. 49.4.......................... 56.4 PUNTS-Yards..................................................70-2913.................... 70-2763 Average Per Punt................................................ 41.6.......................... 39.5 Net punt average................................................. 37.3.......................... 35.1 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game......................... 29:10....................... 30:50 3RD-DOWN Conversions.................................. 64/177...................... 68/188 3rd-Down Pct.......................................................36%.......................... 36% 4TH-DOWN Conversions...................................... 4/10.......................... 9/25 4th-Down Pct.......................................................40%.......................... 36% SACKS BY-Yards..............................................31-195...................... 31-176 MISC YARDS............................................................. 0............................... 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED....................................... 48............................. 40 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS.................................15-24........................ 17-21 ON-SIDE KICKS......................................................0-2............................ 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES............................... (35-43) 81%..............(39-45) 87% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS................... (24-43) 56%..............(25-45) 56% PAT-ATTEMPTS....................................... (45-46) 98%............(38-38) 100% ATTENDANCE................................................. 356830..................... 333600 Games/Avg Per Game.................................. 6/59472.................... 6/55600 Neutral Site Games........................................................................ 1/32665

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1st 117 68

2nd 92 145

3rd 75 64

4th 94 54

Total 378 331


OVERALL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING GP Vereen, Shane 13 Best, Jahvid 9 DeBoskie-Johnson, C. 9 Sofele, Isi 13 Riley, Kevin 13 Ross, Jeremy 13 Holley, Brian 13 Geurts, Peter 1 Tyndall, John 3 Sweeney, Beau 3 TEAM 9 Total 13 Opponents 13 PASSING Riley, Kevin Sweeney, Beau Vereen, Shane Mansion, Brock Total Opponents RECEIVING Jones, Marvin Tucker, Verran Miller, Anthony Vereen, Shane Ross, Jeremy Best, Jahvid Boateng, Nyan Lagemann, Alex Curran, Skylar Holley, Brian Sparks, Jarrett Sofele, Isi Calvin, Michael Kapp, Will Total Opponents

Marvin Jones

Att 183 141 31 12 82 6 3 1 1 2 9 471 436

Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 1000 48 952 5.2 12 61 73.2 930 63 867 6.1 12 93 96.3 226 15 211 6.8 1 30 23.4 87 5 82 6.8 1 22 6.3 242 191 51 0.6 1 18 3.9 48 0 48 8.0 0 24 3.7 8 0 8 2.7 0 5 0.6 4 0 4 4.0 0 4 4.0 3 0 3 3.0 0 3 1.0 5 12 -7 -3.5 0 5 -2.3 0 16 -16 -1.8 0 0 -1.8 2553 350 2203 4.7 27 93 169.5 1769 313 1456 3.3 18 74 112.0

G Effic Cmp-Att-Int 13 128.74 209-382-8 3 97.56 5-9-0 13 0.00 0-1-0 3 0.00 0-1-0 13 127.37 214-393-8 13 137.53 289-454-11 G 13 13 11 13 13 9 11 11 13 13 13 13 10 13 13 13

No. 43 29 26 25 22 22 13 12 8 6 3 3 1 1 214 289

Yds 651 453 357 244 344 213 191 150 130 80 45 26 9 2 2895 3469

Pct 54.7 55.6 0.0 0.0 54.5 63.7 Avg 15.1 15.6 13.7 9.8 15.6 9.7 14.7 12.5 16.2 13.3 15.0 8.7 9.0 2.0 13.5 12.0

Yds 2850 45 0 0 2895 3469

TD Lng Avg/G 18 61 219.2 0 17 15.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 18 61 222.7 20 80 266.8

TD Long Avg/G 6 43 50.1 1 59 34.8 0 32 32.5 2 21 18.8 1 61 26.5 4 51 23.7 2 39 17.4 0 23 13.6 2 32 10.0 0 22 6.2 0 21 3.5 0 13 2.0 0 9 0.9 0 2 0.2 18 61 222.7 20 80 266.8

Shane Vereen PUNT RETURNS Ross, Jeremy Thompson, Syd’Quan Vereen, Shane TEAM Total Opponents

No. 9 8 2 1 20 21

Yds 192 45 10 0 247 221

Avg 21.3 5.6 5.0 0.0 12.4 10.5

TD 1 0 0 0 1 1

Long 76 12 7 0 76 66

INTERCEPTIONS Mohamed, Mike Young, Eddie Hill, Josh Thompson, Syd’Quan Johnson, Brett Cattouse, Sean Kendricks, Mychal Total Opponents

No. 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 11 8

Yds 6 31 14 38 2 0 68 159 56

Avg 2.0 15.5 7.0 38.0 2.0 0.0 68.0 14.5 7.0

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 1

Long 6 31 14 38 2 0 68 68 27

KICK RETURNS Vereen, Shane Ross, Jeremy Sofele, Isi DeBoskie-Johnson, C. Best, Jahvid Conte, Chris Bishop, Devin Tyndall, John Stevens, Eric Total Opponents

No. 24 14 12 1 1 1 1 1 1 56 67

Yds 551 276 248 14 18 14 15 5 11 1152 1440

Avg 23.0 19.7 20.7 14.0 18.0 14.0 15.0 5.0 11.0 20.6 21.5

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 44 54 65 14 18 14 15 5 11 65 61

FUMBLE RETURNS Kendricks, Mychal Holt, D.J. Hill, Josh Total Opponents

No. 1 1 1 3 1

Yds 45 16 2 63 8

Avg 45.0 16.0 2.0 21.0 8.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Long 45 16 2 45 8

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|------- PATs -------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points Best, Jahvid 16 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 96 Vereen, Shane 14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 84 D’Amato, Vince 0 7-12 31-31 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 52 Tavecchio, Giorgio 0 8-12 14-14 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 38 Jones, Marvin 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 Boateng, Nyan 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Ross, Jeremy 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Curran, Skylar 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Riley, Kevin 1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-1 0 0 6 Tucker, Verran 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Young, Eddie 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 DeBoskie-Johnson, C. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Sofele, Isi 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Kendricks, Mychal 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 TEAM 0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Total 48 15-24 45-46 0-1 0 0-1 0 0 378 Opponents 40 17-21 38-38 0-0 1 1-2 0 0 331 TOTAL OFFENSE Riley, Kevin Vereen, Shane Best, Jahvid DeBoskie-Johnson, C. Sofele, Isi Ross, Jeremy Sweeney, Beau Holley, Brian Geurts, Peter Tyndall, John TEAM Total Opponents

G 13 13 9 9 13 13 3 13 1 3 9 13 13

Plays 464 184 141 31 12 6 11 3 1 1 9 864 890

Rush 51 952 867 211 82 48 -7 8 4 3 -16 2203 1456

Pass 2850 0 0 0 0 0 45 0 0 0 0 2895 3469

Total Avg/G 2901 223.2 952 73.2 867 96.3 211 23.4 82 6.3 48 3.7 38 12.7 8 0.6 4 4.0 3 1.0 -16 -1.8 5098 392.2 4925 378.8

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk D’Amato, Vince 7-12 58.3 1-1 4-5 1-2 1-4 0-0 47 0 Tavecchio, Giorgio 8-12 66.7 0-0 5-5 0-2 2-4 1-1 51 1 FG SEQUENCE..............................California.......................OPPONENTS Maryland.................................................... (31)................................(26),(42) Eastern Washington............................. (19),29......................................... 40 Minnesota.................................................... 47............................................ Oregon................................................. (47),43................................(30),(42) USC...................................................... 38,(29)........................ (28),(25),(23) UCLA......................................................... (24).................(24),(39),(46),(35) Washington State........................................ 47.................................. (24),49 Arizona State.................... 34,(25),(51),39,(24)............................................ Oregon State.................................................. -.................................. (24),50 Arizona...........................(46),(22),(46),47,(22)....................................... (36) Stanford..............................................(21),(28)......................................... 45 Washington........................................... 42,(29)............................................ Utah................................................................ -........................ (28),(29),(25) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

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Bryan Anger PUNTING Anger, Bryan Theimer, Ryan Total Opponents

No. Yds 69 2861 1 52 70 2913 70 2763

KICKOFFS No. Yds Tavecchio, Giorgio 58 3372 D’Amato, Vince 11 657 Seawright, David 4 226 Total 73 4255 Opponents 69 4285

Avg Long 41.5 72 52.0 52 41.6 72 39.5 59

TB 4 0 4 3

Avg 58.1 59.7 56.5 58.3 62.1

OB Retn Net YdLn 1 0 1 2 1440 37.7 32 1 1152 42.2 27

TB 2 1 0 3 11

FC 24 0 24 29

I20 Blkd 24 0 1 0 25 0 23 0

ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Vereen, Shane 13 952 244 10 551 0 1757 Best, Jahvid 9 867 213 0 18 0 1098 Ross, Jeremy 13 48 344 192 276 0 860 Jones, Marvin 13 0 651 0 0 0 651 Tucker, Verran 13 0 453 0 0 0 453 Miller, Anthony 11 0 357 0 0 0 357 Sofele, Isi 13 82 26 0 248 0 356 DeBoskie-Johnson, C. 9 211 0 0 14 0 225 Boateng, Nyan 11 0 191 0 0 0 191 Lagemann, Alex 11 0 150 0 0 0 150 Curran, Skylar 13 0 130 0 0 0 130 Holley, Brian 13 8 80 0 0 0 88 Thompson, Syd’Quan 13 0 0 45 0 38 83 Kendricks, Mychal 13 0 0 0 0 68 68 Riley, Kevin 13 51 0 0 0 0 51 Sparks, Jarrett 13 0 45 0 0 0 45 Young, Eddie 13 0 0 0 0 31 31 Bishop, Devin 13 0 0 0 15 0 15 Conte, Chris 13 0 0 0 14 0 14 Hill, Josh 11 0 0 0 0 14 14 Stevens, Eric 12 0 0 0 11 0 11 Calvin, Michael 10 0 9 0 0 0 9 Tyndall, John 3 3 0 0 5 0 8 Mohamed, Mike 13 0 0 0 0 6 6 Geurts, Peter 1 4 0 0 0 0 4 Kapp, Will 13 0 2 0 0 0 2 Johnson, Brett 13 0 0 0 0 2 2 Sweeney, Beau 3 -7 0 0 0 0 -7 TEAM 9 -16 0 0 0 0 -16 Total 13 2203 2895 247 1152 159 6656 Opponents 13 1456 3469 221 1440 56 6642

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DEFENSIVE LEADERS 18 Mohamed, Mike 30 Kendricks, Mychal 44 Alualu, Tyson 10 Bishop, Devin 9 Young, Eddie 25 Johnson, Brett 5 Thompson, Syd’Quan 97 Jordan, Cameron 11 Cattouse, Sean 3 Holt, D.J. 23 Hill, Josh 26 Hagan, Darian 15 Nnabuife, Bryant 29 Ezeff, Marcus 17 Conte, Chris 40 Tipoti, Aaron 76 Hill, Derrick 7 Campbell, D.J. 96 Payne, Kendrick 92 Guyton, Trevor 4 Little, Chris 43 Johnson, Charles 34 Hurrell, J.P. 20 Sofele, Isi 95 Owusu, Ernest 8 Moncrease, Chris 48 Stevens, Eric 13 Price, Jarred 47 Browner, Keith 22 Kapp, Will 27 Amadi, Charles 55 Meadows, Jerome 77 Costanzo, Michael 20 Brooks, Jesse 40 Tavecchio, Giorgio 90 Aigamaua, Solomona 1 Jones, Marvin 13 Riley, Kevin 4 Best, Jahvid Total Opponents

Mike Mohamed

GP-GS 13-13 13-6 13-13 13-9 13-13 13-12 13-13 13-13 13-6 13-8 11-5 10-4 10-4 10-8 13-1 12-4 10-8 12-0 12-2 11-0 11-0 12-0 13-0 13-2 12-0 12-0 12-0 12-0 13-1 13-0 8-0 10-0 12-0 4-0 11-0 1-0 13-13 13-13 9-8 13-0 13-0

|---------Tackles--------| Solo Ast Total 69 43 112 38 33 71 30 35 65 31 25 56 31 25 56 36 16 52 35 14 49 22 26 48 28 9 37 20 17 37 30 4 34 23 7 30 26 4 30 18 10 28 19 6 25 1 20 21 6 12 18 9 5 14 8 5 13 3 10 13 7 3 10 2 8 10 4 6 10 8 1 9 6 1 7 5 1 6 5 1 6 5 1 6 2 3 5 3 1 4 4 . 4 2 2 4 2 2 4 . 3 3 2 . 2 . 2 2 1 . 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 542 362 904 498 358 856

|--------Sacks---------| TFL/Yds No-Yards 8.0-35 2.0-21 6.0-6 1.0-1 11.5-48 7.5-43 4.5-28 2.5-22 6.5-27 2.0-13 0.5-1 . 4.0-6 . 9.5-41 6.0-35 2.0-2 . 3.5-4 . . . 3.0-4 . 2.0-5 . . . . . 0.5-1 . 4.5-11 2.0-8 . . 4.0-9 1.0-5 4.0-13 1.0-8 1.0-5 1.0-5 0.5-4 0.5-4 0.5-1 . . . 3.0-18 2.0-15 . . . . 3.5-17 2.5-15 0.5-0 . . . . . 0.5-1 . 1.0-2 . . . . . 0.5-1 . . . . . . . 85-290 31-195 86.0-323 31-176

|-------Pass Def-------| |----Fumbles----| Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF 3-6 3 3 . 1 1-68 3 . 2-45 1 . 3 1 . 2 . 1 . . . 2-31 2 1 1-0 2 1-2 5 . 1-0 1 1-38 10 . . . . 1 5 1-0 . 1-0 3 . . . . 3 . 1-16 . 2-14 3 . 1-2 1 . 5 . . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 . . 1 . 1-0 . . . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-159 47 11 10-63 11 8-56 48 10 9-8 11

Blkd Kick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Saf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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TEAM COMPARISON Game Score Maryland Cal E. Washington Cal Minnesota Cal Oregon Cal USC Cal UCLA Cal WSU Cal Arizona State Cal Oregon State Cal Arizona Cal Stanford Cal Washington Cal Utah Cal

13 52 7 59 21 35 42 3 30 3 26 45 17 49 21 23 31 14 16 24 28 34 42 10 37 27

1st Dns Tot Ru-Pa-Pe 18 25 13 27 14 18 26 15 20 17 17 17 20 28 15 23 23 14 18 18 16 31 25 14 20 17

7-10-1 10-14-1 3-8-2 16-10-1 2-11-1 8-10-0 12-13-1 6-6-3 8-12-0 5-10-2 3-11-3 11-5-1 3-15-2 14-11-2 4-9-2 2-18-3 6-15-2 2-10-2 4-11-3 8-8-2 9-7-0 14-14-3 11-12-2 4-10-0 6-13-1 6-10-1

Rushing No-Yds-TD 44-139-1 36-246-3 28-14-0 46-342-7 21-37-0 44-163-5 52-236-2 32-77-0 42-174-2 25-86-0 26-137-2 41-289-2 28-55-0 39-309-3 26-82-1 30-57-0 39-94-2 24-39-1 28-73-1 40-176-1 28-188-4 57-242-3 39-177-3 29-81-0 35-51-0 28-96-2

Passing Tot. Off. C-A-I Yds TD Pl-Yds 17-30-0 17-27-0 28-37-0 14-21-0 22-34-3 16-25-0 25-32-0 13-36-0 20-35-1 15-40-1 21-42-1 14-23-0 29-43-0 15-21-1 17-30-2 27-45-0 29-39-1 19-34-1 25-41-1 13-22-2 10-30-1 17-31-1 20-24-0 14-32-0 26-37-1 20-36-2

176 298 221 165 233 252 288 130 283 199 311 205 385 250 247 351 342 200 201 181 157 235 286 214 338 214

0 4 1 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 2 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 3 1 3 1

Punts Fum. Pen. 3rd Time of No-Avg F/L No-Yds Downs Poss

74-315 63-544 65-235 67-507 55-270 69-415 84-524 68-207 77-457 65-285 68-448 64-494 71-440 60-559 56-329 75-408 78-436 58-239 69-274 62-357 58-345 88-477 63-463 61-296 72-389 64-310

6-35.5 4-45.8 6-35.3 2-47.0 7-42.1 6-41.7 4-26.2 7-35.0 3-40.0 7-38.9 6-45.2 7-50.0 7-42.9 4-39.2 7-47.1 5-53.0 4-40.2 8-42.4 6-36.0 4-42-8 4-42.2 4-28.8 5-34.6 5-44.2 5-39.6 7-35.9

2/2 0/0 1/1 2/0 1/1 3/1 4/3 3/2 1/0 2/1 1/1 1/0 0/0 0/0 2/1 4/2 2/0 1/0 1/1 1/0 2/0 1/0 2/0 3/2 0/0 1/1

7-60 4-25 9-51 4-40 3-34 4-45 5-60 5-45 5-55 3-25 7-60 7-79 13-114 7-60 11-123 12-115 6-36 5-32 8-65 6-75 3-30 2-23 2-10 5-45 5-35 4-33

4-of-17 8-of-14 6-of-16 5-of-9 4-of-12 7-of-15 7-of-15 3-of-15 6-of-15 5-of-16 5-of-16 6-of-16 6-of-17 3-of-8 4-of-12 5-of-16 11-of-18 4-of-13 3-of-13 2-of-10 6-of-12 11-of-19 2-of-10 2-of-12 4-of-15 3-of-14

RED ZONE STATISTICS Times Times In RZ Scored California 43 35 35 of 43 (81.4%) Opponents 46 40 40 of 46 (87.0%)

Total Pts TDs 201 24 219

25

Rush TDs 18

Pass TDs 6

13

12

FGs ---------- Failed to score inside RZ ---------Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game 11 2 3 3 0 0 0 15

1

3

1

TURNOVER STATISTICS California Opponents

Cameron Jordan

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Total TO’s 16 21

INT 8 11

Fumb 8 10

Points Scored Off Turnovers Total TD FG 60 6 6 51 6 2

Brett Johnson

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32:59 27:01 32:20 27:40 26:34 33:36 32:51 27:09 36:46 23:14 27:44 32:16 32:04 27:56 25:18 34:42 36:05 23:55 28:13 31:47 20:54 39:06 33:40 26:20 35:19 24:41


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#4 Best 10-137-2 17-144-1 26-131-5 16-55-0 14-47-0 18-102-1 13-159-2 18-63-0 9-29-1 INJ INJ INJ INJ

#34 Vereen 10-48-1 12-45-3 8-27-0 6-28-0 3-7-0 17-154-1 13-66-1 1-2-0 5-9-0 30-159-1 42-193-3 16-92-0 20-122-2

Rec-Yds-TD Maryland E. Washington Minnesota Oregon USC UCLA Washington State Arizona State Oregon State Arizona Stanford Washington Utah

#1 Jones 3-74-1 3-29-0 1-1-0 1-14-0 3-53-0 4-89-2 3-48-1 4-58-1 1-24-0 5-65-0 4-45-1 6-107-0 5-44-0

#8 Boateng 2-44-1 1-4-0 2-30-0 INJ INJ 2-14-0 0-0-0 1-12-0 2-27-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-35-1 1-25-0

#28 DeBoskie 9-54-0 11-92-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-41-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-12-0 2-17-0 1-(-5)-0 1-0-0

#20 Sofele 1-8-0 2-36-1 1-2-0 2-13-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-16-0 1-(-3) 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-8-0 2-2 0-0-0

#13 Riley 3-(-13)-0 4-25-1 6-1-0 6-(-12)-0 6-8-0 6-33-0 3-26-0 8-(-9) 6-(-9)-0 8-7-0 9-28-0 10-(-8)-0 7-(-26)-0

#33 Holley 1-5-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-3-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

#84 Calvin 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-9-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

#5 Lagemann 1-23-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-38-0 2-23-0 2-24-0 3-31-0 0-0-0 1-11-0

#19 Sparks 0-0-0 1-17-0 0-0-0 1-7-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-21-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

#33 Holley 1-11-0 2-32-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-7-0 1-8-0 1-22-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

#3 Ross 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-7-0 0-0-0 2-24-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-5-0 2-12-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

RECEIVING (WRS) #3 Ross 1-24-0 0-0-0 3-73-0 3-8-0 3-28-0 1-5-0 1-61-0 3-67-0 2-26-0 1-(-3)-0 1-14-0 1-12-0 2-29-1

#86 Tucker 3-50-0 0-0-0 3-78-0 3-71-0 1-14-0 0-0-0 1-4-0 3-26-0 6-74-1 3-58-0 3-48-0 0-0-0 3-30-0

RECEIVING (OTHER) Rec-Yds-TD Maryland E. Washington Minnesota Oregon USC UCLA Washington State Arizona State Oregon State Arizona Stanford Washington Utah

#4 Best 2-23-0 2-19-1 3-17-0 2-14-0 2-5-0 2-51-1 1-27-1 7-61-1 1-(-4)-0 INJ INJ INJ INJ

Cmp-Att-Yds-Int, TD Maryland E. Washington Minnesota Oregon USC UCLA Washington State Arizona State Oregon State Arizona Stanford Washington Utah

#13 Riley 17-26-298-0, 4 13-20-148-0, 1 16-25-252-0, 0 12-31-123-0, 0 15-40-199-1, 0 14-23-205-0, 3 12-18-229-1, 3 27-44-351-0, 2 19-34-200-1, 1 13-22-181-2, 1 17-31-235-1, 1 14-32-215-0, 1 20-36-214-2, 1

#34 Vereen 3-46-1 1-6-0 2-17-0 1-6-0 1-21-0 2-20-0 2-37-1 2-20-0 3-6-0 1-10-0 1-10-0 3-25-0 3-20-0

#20 Sofele 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-10-0 0-0-0 1-3-0 0-0-0 1-13-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

PASSING

#10 Mansion 0-1-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0

#80 Miller 0-0-0 3-48-0 1-25-0 2-10-0 4-70-0 2-19-0 2-26-0 3-47-0 INJ INJ 3-53-0 1-4-0 5-55-0

#83 Curran 1-3-1 1-10-0 1-11-0 0-0-0 1-8-0 0-0-0 1-18-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-27-1 1-21-0 1-32-0 0-0-0

PUNTING #9 Sweeney 0-0-0-0, 0 1-1-17-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 1-5-7-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 3-3-21-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0 0-0-0-0, 0

No-Avg, In 20, In 10, TB Maryland E. Washington Minnesota Oregon USC UCLA Washington State Arizona State Oregon State Arizona Stanford Washington Utah

#19 Anger 3-43.7, 2, 1, 0 2-47.0, 1, 0, 1 6-41-7, 2, 1, 0 7-25.0, 2, 1, 2 7-38.9, 3, 0, 0 7-50.0, 1, 0, 0 4-39.2, 0, 0, 0 5-53.0, 3, 2, 0 8-42.4, 3, 1, 1 4-42.8, 2, 1, 0 3-38.0, 1, 0, 0 5-44.2, 2, 1, 0 7-37.5, 2, 0, 0

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DEFENSIVE LINEMEN Solo-Ast, Big Plays #44 Alualu Maryland 0-3, 0.5 QS, FF, PBU E. Washington 1-4 Minnesota 4-2, 2 QS Oregon 5-3, 2 TFL USC 1-3, QS, PBU UCLA 0-1 Washington State 2-3, 0.5 QS, PBU Arizona State 0-0 Oregon State 5-4 Arizona 2-5, QS, 2 TFL, FF Stanford 1-3, 0.5 TFL Washington 6-2, 1.5 QS Utah 3-2, 1.5 TFL

#76 Hill #97 Jordan #95 Owusu #77 Costanzo #92 Guyton #40 Tipoti #96 Payne 0-1 1-4, QS, FR 3-0, 2 QS, 3 TFL 1-0, TFL 0-0 0-2, 0.5 TFL 0-0, PBU 05, 0.5 TFL 0-0 1-1 1-0 0-4 0-3 1-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 DNP 0-0, FR 1-0, TFL 3-2, 1 TFL 0-0 0-0 2-0, 2 TFL, QS 1-3 0-0 1-4 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-4 0-0 2-0, TFL 2-0, QS 1-0 0-0 1-0, QS, FF 0-0 0-0 2-2, 2 QS 2-4, 2.5 QS 0-0 0-1 0-4, TFL 0-1 0-2, 0.5 TFL 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-0, TFL 0-0 2-3, 1.5 TFL 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-5, 0.5 QS, 1.5 TFL 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 1-0 0-0 1-3, 0.5 TFL 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1, 0.5 TFL 0-0 2-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 4-0, QS 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 3-0, 2.0 TFL, QS

LINEBACKERS Solo-Ast, Big Plays #9 Young Maryland 0-2 E. Washington 3-2, SK, 1.5 TFL Minnesota 2-0, TFL Oregon 4-1 USC 2-6, TFL, FF UCLA 2-1, QS, PBU Washington State 2-1 Arizona State 1-2, INT Oregon State 2-3, 1.5 TFL Arizona 2-2, FR, PBU Stanford 0-3 Washington 4-2, 0.5 TFL, FF Utah 7-0, INT

#18 Mohamed 6-4, QS, 2 TFL 2-1, QS, FF, PBU 7-0, TFL, 2 INT 3-6, PBU 7-5 7-2 5-7, TFL 11-1 4-3, 1.5 TFL 4-5, PBU 6-4, 0.5 TFL, INT 2-3 5-2, TFL

#10 Bishop 2-4, 0.5 QS 1-2, 0.5 TFL 1-1, QS 5-3, TFL 1-1 2-1 3-3 1-0 3-3, 0.5 TFL 3-3, QS 3-2, PBU 4-1 2-1

#3 Holt #30 Kendricks #13 Price #43 Johnson 4-2, 2 PBU 8-4, TFL 2-0, 1 QS 0-3 1-6, 0.5 TFL 5-10, TFL, FR 1-0, QS 0-3 3-1 3-1, FF, PBU 0-0 1-0 0-0 7-2, TFL, FR 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-5 1-0, TFL 0-0 1-1, FR, PBU 1-0, INT 0-0 0-0 3-1, 0.5 TFL 1-0 1-0 0-0 4-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 3-4, 2 TFL 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-7, PBU 0-1, 0.5 QS 0-0 0-1, 0.5 TFL 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-1 0-0 1-2, 0.5 QS 0-0 7-0, 3.0 TFL, QS, PBU 0-0 0-0

DEFENSIVE BACKS Solo-Ast, Big Plays #29 Ezeff Maryland 2-1 E. Washington 0-0 Minnesota 1-4 Oregon 2-0 USC 9-3 UCLA 0-0, PBU Washington State 3-1 Arizona State 0-0 Oregon State 1-1 Arizona 0-0 Stanford 0-0 Washington 0-0 Utah 0-0 Solo-Ast, Big Plays #17 Conte Maryland 2-0 E. Washington 0-2 Minnesota 0-1 Oregon 0-0 USC 0-0 UCLA 4-0, PBU Washington State 4-1 Arizona State 2-1 Oregon State 0-0 Arizona 2-0 Stanford 1-1 Washington 1-0 Utah 3-0

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#5 Thompson #26 Hagan #25 Johnson #7 Campell #20 Brooks 0-2, 2 PBU 2-1 6-1 3-1, 0.5 TFL, FF, FR 0-1 3-0 1-1 3-1 1-1 0-2 6-2, TFL, PBU 3-0, PBU 0-2 2-0 0-0 5-2, PBU 2-0, TFL 5-3, FF 0-0, FR 0-0 4-1, PBU 2-1, TFL 1-2, INT 0-0 0-0 1-1 4-1, 3 PBU 2-1 1-0 0-0 2-0 5-1, TFL, PBU 3-1, PBU 1-1 0-0 3-0, INT, PBU 0-0 2-2, FR, PBU 0-0 0-0 4-4, 3 TFL, PBU 0-0 3-2, 0.5 TFL, PBU 0-0 0-0 5-0 0-0 2-0, 2 PBU 0-0 0-0 1-1, PBU 1-0 2-1 1-2 0-0 1-0 3-2 5-0 1-0 0-0 1-1, 2 PBU 0-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 #23 Hill 2-0 1-0 0-0, INT 4-0, FR, PBU 3-2, 2 PBU 7-1 3-0 5-0, FF 3-1 2-0, INT 0-0 0-0 0-0

#15 Nnabuife #11 Cattouse 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-2 2-0 1-2 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-1, 2 PBU 5-0 7-1, TFL, INT 5-2 1-1 4-0, PBU 2-2 6-1, 1.5 TFL 4-0 4-1, 0.5 TFL 8-0, TFL, PBU

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#4 Little 2-0 2-2, QS 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1


GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STARTERS Opponent Maryland E. Washington Minnesota Oregon USC UCLA Washington State Arizona State Oregon State Arizona Stanford Washington Utah

QB TB Riley Best Riley Best Riley Vereen Riley Best Riley Best Riley Best Riley Best Riley Best Riley Best Riley Vereen Riley Vereen Riley Curran-TE Riley Vereen

WR Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones

WR TE FB Ross Miller Holley Tucker Miller Holley Tucker Ross-WR Holley Tucker Miller Holley Tucker Miller Ross-WR Ross Miller Holley Ross Miller Curran-TE Ross Miller Holley Ross Tucker-WR Lagemann-WR Calvin Curran Holley Tucker Miller Holley Sofele Miller Holley Sofele Miller Holley

Kevin Riley

LT Tepper Tepper Tepper Tepper Tepper Tepper Tepper Tepper Tepper Tepper Tepper Tepper Tepper

LG Summers-Gavin Summers-Gavin Summers-Gavin Summers-Gavin Boskovich Summers-Gavin Summers-Gavin Boskovich Boskovich Summers-Gavin Summers-Gavin Boskovich Boskovich

C Guarnero Guarnero Guarnero Guarnero Guarnero Guarnero Guarnero Guarnero Guarnero Guarnero Guarnero Guarnero Guarnero

RG Cheadle Cheadle Cheadle Cheadle Cheadle Cheadle Cheadle Cheadle Cheadle Cheadle Cheadle Cheadle Cheadle

RT Schwartz Schwartz Schwartz Schwartz Schwartz Schwartz Schwartz Schwartz Schwartz Schwartz Schwartz Schwartz Schwartz

Mike Tepper

GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STARTERS Opponent Maryland E. Washington Minnesota Oregon USC UCLA Washington State Arizona State Oregon State Arizona Stanford Washington Utah

Eddie Young

DE Alualu Alualu Alualu Alualu Alualu Alualu Alualu Alualu Alualu Alualu Alualu Alualu Alualu

NT D. Hill D. Hill D. Hill D. Hill D. Hill D. Hill D. Hill Tipoti Tipoti Tipoti Tipoti Payne Payne

DE Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan

OLB Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young

ILB Holt Holt Holt Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop Hill (DT)

ILB OLB Kendricks Mohamed Kendricks Mohamed Kendricks Mohamed Mohamed Kendricks Mohamed Kendricks Mohamed Holt Mohamed Holt Mohamed Holt Mohamed Holt Mohamed Kendricks Mohamed Holt Mohamed Browner Mohamed Conte (CB)

CB Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson

S Ezeff Ezeff Ezeff Ezeff Ezeff Ezeff Ezeff Cattouse Cattouse Cattouse Cattouse Cattouse Cattouse

S Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Ezeff

CB Hagan Hagan Hagan J. Hill J. Hill J. Hill Hagan J. Hill J. Hill Nnabuife Nnabuife Nnabuife Nnabuife

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CALIFORNIA LONG PLAYS (20+ YARDS) RUSHES (24) 93 73 61 61 50 42 40 40 36 36 33 30 30 27 27 26 25 25 24 22 22 21 20

Best at UCLA (TD) Best vs. Maryland (TD) Vereen vs. Arizona (TD) Best vs. Washington State (TD) Vereen at Washington Vereen at UCLA (TD) Vereen at UCLA Best vs. Maryland Vereen vs. Utah (TD) Vereen at Stanford Best at Minnesota (TD) Best vs. Eastern Washington DeBoskie-Johnson vs. Eastern Washington Vereen vs. Utah 27 Best at Minnesota (TD) Best vs. Eastern Washington DeBoskie-Johnson vs. Washington State Best vs. Washington State Best at Minnesota Ross vs. USC Best at UCLA Sofele vs. Eastern Washington (TD) Vereen vs. Utah Best vs. Eastern Washington

PUNT RETURNS (2) 76 Ross vs. Washingotn State (TD) 46 Ross vs. Arizona

KICK RETURNS (28) 65 54 44 39 38 34 32 29 28 26 25 25 25

Sofele at Washington Ross vs. Washington State Vereen at Oregon Vereen vs. Maryland Vereen at Oregon Vereen vs. Eastern Washington Vereen at Oregon Vereen vs. USC Ross at Stanford Vereen at Minnesota Sofele vs. Utah Ross at Stanford Vereen at Arizona State

25 24 24 23 23 22 21 21 21 21 21 20

Vereen vs. USC Ross vs. Oregon State Vereen at Minnesota Vereen at UCLA Vereen at UCLA Sofele vs. Utah Sofele vs. Utah Vereen at Arizona State Vereen vs. USC Vereen vs. USC Vereen vs. Maryland Sofele vs. Utah

61 59 56 51 50 43 42 39 39 38 37 37 35 32 32 31 30 27 27 26 25 25 25 24 24 24 24 23 23 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 20

Riley to Ross vs. Washington State Riley to Tucker at Minnesota Riley to Ross at Arizona State Riley to Best at UCLA (TD) Riley to Tucker at Oregon Riley to Jones at UCLA (TD) Riley to Jones vs. Maryland (TD) Riley to Boateng vs. Maryland (TD) Riley to Tucker vs. Maryland Riley to Jones at Washington Riley to Tucker vs. Oregon State Riley to Jones vs. Washington State (TD) Riley to Ross at Minnesota Riley to Curran at Washington Riley to Miller vs. Eastern Washington Riley to Ross at Minnesota Riley to Miller vs. Utah Riley to Curran vs. Arizona (TD) Riley to Best vs. Washington State (TD) Riley to Jones at Arizona State Riley to Boateng vs. Utah Riley to Tucker vs. Arizona Riley to Miller at Minnesota Riley to Ross vs. Utah (TD) Riley to Jones at UCLA (TD) Riley to Jones vs. Oregon State Riley to Ross vs. Maryland Riley to Miller at Stanford Riley to Lagemann vs. Maryland Riley to Boateng at Washington (TD) Riley to Boateng vs. Oregon State Riley to Holley at Arizona State Riley to Miller at Arizona State Riley to Miller at Arizona State Riley to Jones vs. USC Riley to Miller vs. USC Riley to Best vs. Eastern Washington (TD) Riley to Curran at Stanford Riley to Sparks vs. Oregon State Riley to Vereen vs. Washington State (TD) Riley to Vereen vs. USC Riley to Jones vs. USC Riley to Boateng at Minnesota Riley to Holley vs. Eastern Washington Riley to Jones vs. Arizona Riley to Vereen at UCLA Riley to Miller vs. Washington State Riley to Jones vs. Maryland

PASSES (48)

FUMBLE RETURNS (1) 45 Kendricks vs. Eastern Washington

INTERCEPTION RETURNS (3) Jeremy Ross

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PARTICIPATION No 90 44 27 19 2 50 4 10 8 70 81 20 47 84 7 11 61 17 77 83 16 28 53 99 29 73 65 18 89 54 92 26 76 23 33 3 34 25 43 1 97 22 30 45 5 1 10 55 80 18 8 15 95 96 13 13 50 3 2 72 57 46 20 19 48 75 9 40 7 58 79 35 5 40 86 31 34 9

Name S. Aigamaua Tyson Alualu Charles Amadi Bryan Anger Marc Anthony Kevin Bemoll Jahvid Best Devin Bishop Nyan Boateng Mark Boskovich Ross Bostock Jesse Brooks Keith Browner Michael Calvin D.J. Campbell Sean Cattouse Justin Cheadle Chris Conte M. Costanzo Skylar Curran Vince D’Amato C. DeBoskie D. Edwards Savai’i Eselu Marcus Ezeff Richard Fisher Dominic Galas Peter Geurts Garry Graffort Chris Guarnero Trevor Guyton Darian Hagan Derrick Hill Josh Hill Brian Holley D.J. Holt J.P. Hurrell Brett Johnson C. Johnson Marvin Jones Cameron Jordan Will Kapp M. Kendricks Spencer Ladner Alex Lagemann Chris Little Brock Mansion Jerome Meadows Anthony Miller Mike Mohamed C. Moncrease B. Nnabuife Ernest Owusu Kendrick Payne Jarred Price Kevin Riley Matt Rios Jeremy Ross C. Satchell M. Schwartz Brian Schwenke D. Seawright Isi Sofele Jarrett Sparks Eric Stevens M Summers-Gavin Beau Sweeney G. Tavecchio Quinn Tedford Chet Teofilo Mike Tepper Ryan Theimer S. Thompson Aaron Tipoti Verran Tucker John Tyndall Shane Vereen Eddie Young

GP/GS 1/- 13/13 8/- 13/- 8/- 1/- 9/8 13/9 10/- 12/4 2/- 4/- 12/1 9/1 12/1 13/6 13/13 13/1 12/- 13/3 11/- 9/- 13/- 1/- 10/8 5/- 13/- 1/- 4/- 13/13 11/- 10/4 10/8 11/5 13/10 13/8 13/- 13/12 12/- 13/13 13/13 13/- 13/6 7/- 10/1 11/- 7/- 10/- 11/10 13/13 11/- 10/4 12/- 12/2 12/- 13/13 13/- 13/7 12/- 13/13 12/- 3/- 13/2 13/- 12/- 8/8 3/- 11/- 1/- 4/- 13/13 1/- 13/13 12/4 13/6 3/- 13/4 13/13

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PACIFIC-10 RESULTS & HONORS 2009 PAC-10 STANDINGS 1. Oregon 2. Arizona Oregon State Stanford 5. USC California 7. Washington 8. UCLA 9. Arizona State 10. Washington State

Conference W L Pct 8 1 .889 6 3 .667 6 3 .667 6 3 .667 5 4 .556 5 4 .556 4 5 .444 3 6 .333 2 7 .222 0 9 .000

Points Pts Opp 375 304 286 228 314 225 .330 235 212 200 205 253 218 229 181 217 163 216 80 357

W 10 8 8 8 9 8 5 7 4 1

Overall L 3 5 5 5 4 5 7 6 8 11

Points Pts Opp 469 309 356 311 409 325 461 345 344 258 378 331 313 320 295 276 268 253 144 462

Pct .769 .615 .615 .615 .692 .615 .417 .538 .333 .083

Streak Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 2 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 2 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 6 Lost 8

2009 ALL-PAC-10 FOOTBALL TEAM FIRST TEAM OFFENSE

FIRST TEAM SPECIALISTS

QB.............................................................Sean Canfield, Sr., Oregon State RB.......................................................................Toby Gerhart, Sr., Stanford RB......................................................Jacquizz Rodgers, So., Oregon State WR...........................................................James Rodgers, Jr., Oregon State WR....................................................................... Damian Williams, Jr., USC TE............................................................................Ed Dickson, Sr., Oregon OL......................................................................Chris Marinelli, Sr., Stanford OL.....................................................................Mike Tepper, Sr., California OL.................................................................................. Jeff Byers, Sr., USC OL...........................................................................Charles Brown, Sr., USC OL.................................................................. Gregg Peat, Sr., Oregon State

PK..............................................................................Kai Forbaith, Jr., UCLA P.....................................................................Bryan Anger, So., California KOR....................................................................Chris Owusu, So., Stanford PR....................................................................... Damian Williams, Jr., USC ST.........................................................Suaesi Tuimaunei, Jr., Oregon State

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE QB................................................................... Jeremiah Masoli, Jr., Oregon RB.................................................................... Jahvid Best, Jr., California RB................................................................. LaMichael James, Fr., Oregon WR.............................................................Chris McGaha, Sr., Arizona State WR........................................................Jeremaine Kearse, So., Washington TE.............................................................................. Jim Dray, Sr., Stanford OL........................................................................... Colin Baxter, Jr., Arizona OL....................................................................... Chase Beeler, Jr., Stanford OL......................................................... Kenny Alfred, Sr., Washington State OL.......................................................................... Adam Grant, Gr., Arizona OL.............................................................Shawn Lauvao, Sr., Arizona State

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE DL................................................................................Brian Price, Jr., UCLA DL.............................................................. Stephen Paea, Jr., Oregon State DL...................................................................Tyson Alualu, Sr., California LB...........................................................Keaston Kristick, Sr., Oregon State LB............................................................... Mike Mohamed, Sr., California LB.......................................................................... Reggie Carter, Sr., UCLA DB.........................................................................Rahim Moore, So., UCLA DB.................................................... Syd'Quan Thompson, Sr., California DB.............................................................................. Taylor Mays, Sr., USC DB......................................................................Alterraun Verner, Sr., UCLA

SECOND TEAM SPECIALISTS PK................................................................. Justin Kahut, Jr., Oregon State P.................................................................................. Jeff Locke, Fr., UCLA KOR.....................................................................Terrence Austin, Sr., UCLA PR.............................................................. Kyle Williams, Sr., Arizona State ST............................................................................ Garrett Green, Sr., USC ST – Special teams player (not a kicker or returner)

HONORABLE MENTION CALIFORNIA: S Sean Cattouse, So.; C Chris Guarnero, Jr., DE Cameron Jordan, Jr.; TE Anthony Miller, So.; OT Mitchell Schwartz, So.; TB Shane Vereen, So.

COACH OF THE YEAR Chip Kelly, Oregon

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Toby Gerhart, RB, Sr., Stanford

PAT TILLMAN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Brian Price, DT, Jr., UCLA

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE DL...................................................... Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, Sr., Washington DL.......................................................................... Everson Griffen, Jr., USC DL.......................................................................... Will Tukuafu, Sr., Oregon DL.......................................................................... Earl Mitchell, Sr., Arizona LB................................................................. Donald Butler, Sr., Washington LB.........................................................................Xavier Kelley, Gr., Arizona LB....................................................................Casey Matthews, Jr., Oregon DB......................................................................... Cam Nelson, Sr., Arizona DB.............................................................................Josh Pinkard, Sr., USC DB........................................................................Trevin Wade, So., Arizona DB.......................................................................... Kevin Thomas, Sr., USC

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OFFENSIVE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR LaMichael James, RB, Oregon

DEFENSIVE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Vontaze Burfict, MLB, Arizona State

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PACIFIC-10 STATISTICS 2009 TEAM STATISTICS Team 1. Oregon 2. Stanford 3. Oregon State 4. California 5. Arizona 6. USC 7. Washington 8. Arizona State 9. UCLA 10. Washington State eam T 1. USC 2. Arizona State 3. UCLA 4. Oregon 5. Arizona 6. Oregon State 7. California 8. Stanford 9. Washington 10. Washington State Team 1. Stanford 2. Oregon 3. Oregon State 4. California 5. USC 6. Arizona 7. Washington 8. UCLA 9. Arizona State 10. Washington State Team 1. Arizona State 2. Arizona 3. UCLA 4. Oregon 5. USC 6. Oregon State 7. California 8. Washington 9. Stanford 10. Washington State Team 1. Oregon 2. Stanford 3. California 4. USC 5. Arizona 6. Oregon State 7. Washington 8. Arizona State 9. UCLA 10. Washington State Team 1. Arizona State 2. California 3. Oregon State 4. Arizona 5. USC 6. Oregon 7. Stanford 8. UCLA 9. Washington 10. Washington State

SCORING OFFENSE

G 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

TD 60 59 49 48 44 44 37 34 28 18

FG XPT 16 55 16 53 22 45 15 45 17 39 12 42 18 35 11 29 28 24 7 15

2XP DXP 3 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0

Saf Points Avg/G 0 469 36.1 0 461 35.5 1 409 31.5 0 378 29.1 1 356 27.4 0 344 26.5 0 313 26.1 0 268 22.3 2 286 22.0 0 144 12.0

Team 1. Oregon State 2. Washington 3. Arizona 4. UCLA 5. California 6. USC 7. Arizona State 8. Stanford 9. Oregon 10. Washington State

G 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12

Saf Points Avg/G 1 258 19.8 0 253 21.1 1 276 21.2 1 309 23.8 0 311 23.9 1 325 25.0 0 331 25.5 0 345 26.5 0 320 26.7 1 462 38.5

Team 1. Arizona State 2. UCLA 3. Arizona 4. Oregon 5. USC 6. Oregon State 7. Washington 8. Stanford 9. California 10. Washington State

G 12 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12

Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Avg/G 2722 849 5559 6.5 53 427.6 2344 885 5356 6.1 54 412.0 3520 918 5338 5.8 49 410.6 2895 864 5098 5.9 45 392.2 2890 817 5058 6.2 40 389.1 2927 914 4999 5.5 39 384.5 2838 786 4506 5.7 34 375.5 2896 857 4386 5.1 22 337.4 2582 800 4013 5.0 31 334.4 2115 726 2963 4.1 16 246.9

Team 1. Oregon State 2. Stanford 3. Washington 4. USC 5. Oregon 6. California 7. Arizona 8. UCLA 9. Arizona State 10. Washington State

G 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 12 12

SCORING DEFENSE

G 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12

TD 31 29 34 35 37 44 40 44 36 60

FG XPT 15 25 17 28 13 31 22 29 18 31 5 38 17 38 13 42 22 34 14 54

2XP DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0

TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush 13 2837 13 3012 13 1818 13 2203 13 2168 13 2072 12 1668 13 1490 12 1431 12 848

TOTAL DEFENSE G Rush 12 1303 13 1566 13 1856 13 1673 13 1666 13 1487 13 1456 12 1786 13 1793 12 2837

Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Avg/G 2268 750 3751 4.8 25 297.6 2620 826 4186 5.1 35 322.0 2486 836 4342 5.2 30 334.0 2699 953 4372 4.6 33 336.3 2760 919 4426 4.8 30 340.5 3056 838 4543 5.4 42 349.5 3469 890 4925 5.5 38 378.8 2888 758 4674 6.2 33 389.5 3442 879 5235 6.0 42 402.7 3307 865 6144 7.1 56 512.0

RUSHING OFFENSE G 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

Att 547 536 471 438 430 440 390 382 421 354

Yards 3012 2837 2203 2168 2072 1818 1668 1431 1490 848

Avg./A Long 5.5 60 5.3 61 4.7 93 4.9 63 4.8 94 4.1 61 4.3 56 3.7 75 3.5 74 2.4 37

RUSHING DEFENSE G 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12

Att 384 436 392 405 456 497 424 469 395 477

Yards 1303 1456 1487 1566 1666 1673 1793 1856 1786 2837

Avg./A Long 3.4 67 3.3 74 3.8 52 3.9 61 3.7 48 3.4 41 4.2 61 4.0 93 4.5 75 5.9 68

PASS OFFENSE Comp-Att-Int 319-478-7 231-396-11 301-484-12 244-436-12 214-393-8 228-379-15 225-418-12 174-313-6 197-338-7 195-372-16

Pct. Yards Avg./A TD Avg/G 66.7 3520 7.4 23 270.8 58.3 2838 7.2 21 236.5 62.2 2927 6.0 20 225.2 56.0 2896 6.6 10 222.8 54.5 2895 7.4 18 222.7 60.2 2890 7.6 16 222.3 53.8 2582 6.2 17 215.2 55.6 2722 8.7 14 209.4 58.3 2344 6.9 16 180.3 52.4 2115 5.7 11 176.2

PASS DEFENSE Comp-Att-Int 194-366-15 215-367-20 239-421-12 254-456-14 241-463-11 264-446-8 228-363-8 286-455-8 289-454-11 259-388-10

Pct. Yards Avg./A TD Avg/G 53.0 2268 6.2 13 189.0 58.6 2486 6.8 16 191.2 56.8 2620 6.2 19 201.5 55.7 2699 5.9 18 207.6 52.1 2760 6.0 12 212.3 59.2 3056 6.9 23 235.1 62.8 2888 8.0 16 240.7 62.9 3442 7.6 23 264.8 63.7 3469 7.6 20 266.8 66.8 3307 8.5 21 275.6

PASS EFFICIENCY Comp-Att-Int 319-478-7 174-313-6 231-396-11 228-379-15 197-338-7 214-393-8 301-484-12 244-436-12 225-418-12 195-372-16

Pct. Yards Avg/G TD 66.7 3520 270.8 23 55.6 2722 209.4 14 58.3 2838 236.5 21 60.2 2890 222.3 16 58.3 2344 180.3 16 54.5 2895 222.7 18 62.2 2927 225.2 20 56.0 2896 222.8 10 53.8 2582 215.2 17 52.4 2115 176.2 11

PASS DEFENSE EFFICIENCY

Team 1. USC 2. Arizona State 3. Oregon 4. Arizona 5. UCLA 6. Oregon State 7. California 8. Stanford 9. Washington 10. Washington State

G 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 G 13 12 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12

Comp-Att-Int 241-463-11 194-366-15 254-456-14 239-421-12 215-367-20 264-446-8 289-454-11 286-455-8 228-363-8 259-388-10

Pct. Yards Avg/G TD 52.1 2760 212.3 12 53.0 2268 189.0 13 55.7 2699 207.6 18 56.8 2620 201.5 19 58.6 2486 191.2 16 59.2 3056 235.1 23 63.7 3469 266.8 20 62.9 3442 264.8 23 62.8 2888 240.7 16 66.8 3307 275.6 21

INTERCEPTIONS No. 20 15 14 12 11 11 10 8 8 8

Yards 247 228 159 148 159 230 209 152 55 169

TD 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 1

Long 68 47 32 79 68 62 67 55 18 56

Effic. 141.5 139.6 130.5 130.2 128.0 127.4 121.7 113.8 113.4 101.3 Effic. 105.9 108.6 112.3 118.2 119.0 130.2 137.5 139.6 139.8 151.1

TD 38 39 27 24 19 26 13 14 12 5

Avg/G 231.7 218.2 169.5 166.8 159.4 139.8 139.0 119.2 114.6 70.7

Team 1. UCLA 2. Arizona State 3. Oregon 4. Arizona 5. California 6. USC 7. Washington State 8. Stanford 9. Oregon State 10. Washington

Avg. 12.4 15.2 11.4 12.3 14.5 20.9 20.9 19.0 6.9 21.1

TD 12 18 19 16 18 15 19 14 17 35

Avg/G 108.6 112.0 114.4 120.5 128.2 128.7 137.9 142.8 148.8 236.4

Gained Lost Team G Fumb Int Total Fumb Int Total Margin Per/G 1. UCLA 13 10 20 30 12 12 24 +6 0.46 2. Oregon State 13 8 8 16 4 7 11 +5 0.38 3. Washington 12 15 8 23 8 11 19 +4 0.33 4. California 13 10 11 21 9 8 17 +4 0.31 5. Oregon 13 11 14 25 16 7 23 +2 0.15 6. USC 13 11 11 22 7 15 22 +0 0.00 Stanford 13 9 8 17 11 6 17 +0 0.00 8. Arizona 13 7 12 19 8 12 20 -1 -0.08 9. Arizona State 12 9 15 24 14 12 26 -2 -0.17 10. Washington State 12 14 10 24 15 16 31 -7 -0.58

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2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING

Player, TEAM 1. Toby Gerhart, STAN 2. LaMichael James, ORE 3. Jacquizz Rodgers, OSU 4. Chris Polk, WASH 5. Joe McKnight, USC 6. Shane Vereen, CAL

Cl Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. So.

G 13 13 13 12 12 13

Att Yards 343 1871 230 1546 273 1440 226 1113 164 1014 183 952

Avg 5.5 6.7 5.3 4.9 6.2 5.2

PASSING AVG/GAME

Player, TEAM 1. Sean Canfield, OSU 2. Jake Locker, WASH 3. Matt Barkley, USC 4. Kevin Riley, CAL 5. Andrew Luck, STAN

Cl Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr.

G 13 12 12 13 12

Comp-Att-Int 303-446-7 230-394-11 211-352-14 209-382-8 162-288-4

PASS EFFICIENCY

Player, TEAM 1. Andrew Luck, STAN 2. Sean Canfield, OSU 3. Matt Barkley, USC 4. Jake Locker, WASH 5. Jeremiah Masoli, ORE 6. Kevin Riley, CAL

Cl Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

G 12 13 12 12 12 13

Comp-Att-Int 162-288-4 303-446-7 211-352-14 230-394-11 177-305-6 209-382-8

RECEPTIONS/GAME

Player, TEAM 1. James Rodgers, OSU 2. Jacquizz Rodgers, OSU 3. Damian Williams, USC 4. Kyle Williams, ASU 5. Chris McGaha, ASU

Cl Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr.

G 13 13 12 11 12

No Yards 91 1034 78 522 70 1010 57 815 56 673

RECEIVE YDS/GAME

Player, TEAM 1. Damian Williams, USC 2. James Rodgers, OSU 3. Kyle Williams, ASU 4. Jermaine Kearse, WASH 5. Ryan Whalen, STAN

Cl Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr.

G 12 13 11 12 13

No Yards 70 1010 91 1034 57 815 50 866 57 926

Cl So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

G 11 12 13 13 13

Ret 12 24 13 13 15

Player, TEAM 1. Toby Gerhart, STAN 2. Jacquizz Rodgers, OSU 3. Morgan Flint, ORE 4. Justin Kahut, OSU 5. Kai Forbaith, UCLA 10. Shane Vereen, CAL

Yards 3271 2800 2735 2850 2575

TD 21 21 15 18 13

Avg/G 251.6 233.3 227.9 219.2 214.6

Player, TEAM 1. Toby Gerhart, STAN 2. Jacquizz Rodgers, OSU 3. Jeremiah Masoli, ORE 4. LaMichael James, ORE Shane Vereen, CAL

Yards 2575 3271 2735 2800 2147 2850

TD 13 21 15 21 15 15

Effic 143.5 141.9 131.3 130.1 129.5 128.7

Player, TEAM 1. Justin Kahut, OSU 2. Morgan Flint, ORE 3. Kai Forbaith, UCLA 4. Nate Whitaker, STAN 5. Alex Zendejas, ARIZ 8. Vince D'Amato, CAL 9. Giorgio Tavecchio, CAL

TD 9 1 6 8 4

Lg Yds/G Rec/G 87 79.5 7.0 48 40.2 6.0 75 84.2 5.8 80 74.1 5.2 50 56.1 4.7

TD 6 9 8 8 4

Lg Avg/C Avg/G 75 14.4 84.2 87 11.4 79.5 80 14.3 74.1 50 17.3 72.2 46 16.2 71.2

Yards 210 340 151 137 154

INTERCEPTIONS

Player, TEAM 1. Rahim Moore, UCLA 2. Alterraun Verner, UCLA Trevin Wade, ARIZ 4. Talmadge Jackson III, ORE Will Harris, USC Akeem Ayers, UCLA

Cl So. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So.

G 13 13 13 13 13 13

Int 10 5 5 4 4 4

Yards 79 158 40 73 62 10

Cl So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So.

G 13 12 13 13 13 13

Ret. 37 30 40 43 36 24

Yards 1167 762 1001 1036 840 551

FUMBLES FORCED

Player, TEAM 1. Mason Foster, WASH 2. Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, WASH 3. Akeem Ayers, UCLA Stephen Paea, OSU 5. Mike Nixon, ASU Donald Butler, WASH Josh Pinkard, USC

Cl Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

G 12 12 13 13 12 12 12

Cl So. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. So.

G 13 13 9 10 10 12

TD 3 1 1 0 0 0

Num 6 5 4 4 3 3 3

FUMBLES RECOVERED

Player, TEAM 1. Eddie Pleasant, ORE Jurrell Casey, USC 3. Nathan Fellner, WASH 4. Chima Nwachukwu, WSU 5. Jerzy Siewierski, UCLA 7. D.J. Campbell, CAL

TD 1 2 0 0 1 TD 0 1 1 1 1 2

KICK RETURNS

Player, TEAM 1. Chris Owusu, STAN 2. Travis Cobb, ARIZ 3. Kenjon Barner, ORE 4. Terrence Austin, UCLA 5. James Rodgers, OSU 6. Shane Vereen

Num 3 3 2 2 2 2

Long 86 66 33 31 59 Long 37 68 38 32 55 5 Long 94 95 100 65 84 44

Avg 17.5 14.2 11.6 10.5 10.3 Int/G 0.77 0.38 0.38 0.31 0.31 0.31 Avg. 31.5 25.4 25.0 24.1 23.3 23.0 Avg/G 0.50 0.42 0.31 0.31 0.25 0.25 0.25 Avg/G 0.23 0.23 0.22 0.20 0.20 0.17

*Listings do not include Field Goals, Field Goal%, PAT Kicking % ... CAL rankings below Field Goals – Giorgio Tavecchio (So., 8th, 11, 8-12, 66.7, 0.73), Vince D'Amato (Fr., 10, 7-12, 58.3, 0.70); PAT Kicking %: Vince D'Amato (Fr., 1st-T, 10, 31-31, 100.0)

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Long Avg/G 61 143.9 60 118.9 61 110.8 41 92.8 54 84.5 61 73.2

PUNT RETURNS

Player, TEAM 1. William Wright, ARIZ 2. Damian Williams, USC 3. James Rodgers, OSU 4. Kenjon Barner, ORE 5. Richard Sherman, STAN

TD 28 14 21 5 8 12

Cl Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. So.

TD 28 22 0 0 0 14

FG 0 0 16 22 28 0

XPT 0 0 54 45 24 0

Cl Sr. So. Jr. Fr. So.

G 13 13 12 13 13

Pts 172 132 104 111 108 84

Pat 2 0 0 0 0

Pts Avg/G 172 13.2 132 10.2 78 6.5 84 6.5 84 6.5

TD Run Pass Ret 28 28 0 0 22 21 1 0 13 13 0 0 14 14 0 0 14 12 2 0

SCORING (KICK) Cl Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. So.

G 13 12 13 13 12 10 11

PAT 45-47 54-54 24-25 53-53 38-41 31-31 14-14

FG 22-27 16-19 28-31 16-22 17-22 7-12 8-12

TOTAL OFFENSE Cl Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

G 12 12 13 12 12 13

Rush 388 354 -160 668 -38 51

Pass 2800 2575 3271 2147 2735 2850

PUNTING

Player, TEAM 1. Trevor Hankins, ASU 2. Jeff Locke, UCLA 3. Reid Forrest, WSU 4. Bryan Anger, CAL 5. Keenyn Crier, ARIZ

Cl Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr.

G 12 13 12 13 13

Punts 69 70 86 67 57

ALL-PURPOSE

Player, TEAM 1. James Rodgers, OSU 2. Toby Gerhart, STAN 3. Jacquizz Rodgers, OSU 4. Chris Owusu, STAN 5. Terrence Austin, UCLA 7. Shane Vereen, CAL

Cl Jr. Sr. So. So. Sr. So.

G Rush 13 303 13 1871 13 1440 13 66 13 25 13 952

TACKLES

Player, TEAM 1. Mike Mohamed, CAL 2. Taylor Mays, USC 3. Donald Butler, WASH 4. Alex Hoffman-Ellis, WSU 5. Keaton Kristick, OSU

Cl Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr.

Player, TEAM 1. Kenny Rowe, ORE 2. Ricky Elmore, ARIZ 3. Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, WASH 4. Thomas Keiser, STAN Nick Perry, USC 7. Tyson Alualu, CAL 10. Cameron Jordan, CAL

Cl Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr.

G 13 12 12 11 13

Solo 69 48 72 55 47

SACKS G 13 13 12 13 13 13 13

Solo 10 10 9 7 8 5 5

Rcv 1034 157 522 682 455 244

Cl Jr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Sr.

G 13 12 13 13 13 13

Solo 22 14 13 12 14 8

G 13 13 13 12 13 13

Pts/G 13.2 10.2 8.7 8.5 8.3 6.5

Pts 111 102 108 101 89 52 38

Avg/G 8.5 8.5 8.3 7.8 7.4 5.2 3.5

Total 3188 2929 3111 2815 2697 2901

Yds/G 265.7 244.1 239.3 234.6 224.8 223.2

Long 69 81 65 72 68

Avg 44.2 43.6 43.2 42.3 41.5

PR KR Yards Avg/G 151 840 2328 179.1 0 0 2028 156.0 0 0 1962 150.9 0 1167 1915 147.3 302 1036 1818 139.8 10 551 1757 135.2

Ast 43 48 22 29 48 Ast 3 1 1 2 0 5 2 Ast 3 3 4 6 1 7

PASSES DEFENDED Cl So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Plays 506 349 494 426 397 464 Yards 3049 3054 3718 2834 2363

TACKLES FOR LOSS

Player, TEAM 1. Rahim Moore, UCLA 2. Trevin Wade, ARIZ 3. Devin Ross, ARIZ 4. Josh Pinkard, USC 5. Syd'Quan Thompson, CAL Kevin Thomas, USC

Brup 7 9 12 9 10 11

*Listings include Top 5 players plus all CAL players in Top 10

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SCORING (TDS)

Player, TEAM 1. Jake Locker, WASH 2. Andrew Luck, STAN 3. Sean Canfield, OSU 4. Jeremiah Masoli, ORE 5. Matt Barkley, USC 6. Kevin Riley, CAL

Player, TEAM 1. Brian Price, UCLA 2. Donald Butler, WASH 3. Kenny Rowe, ORE Thomas Keiser, STAN 5. Akeem Ayers, UCLA 10. Tyson Alualu, CAL

G 13 13 12 13 13 13

Total Avg/G 112 8.6 96 8.0 94 7.8 84 7.6 95 7.3

Sack 2.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

Yards 63 62 46 67 58 43 35

Total 11.5 10.5 9.5 8.0 8.0 7.5 6.0

Avg/G 0.88 0.81 0.79 0.62 0.62 0.58 0.46

Yards 96 35 69 84 56 48

Total 23.5 15.5 15.0 15.0 14.5 11.5

Avg/G 1.81 1.29 1.15 1.15 1.12 0.88

Int 10 5 1 2 1 0

Total 17 14 13 11 11 11

Avg/G 1.31 1.08 1.00 0.92 0.85 0.85


GAME SUMMARIES 1-2 at CALIFORNIA 52, MARYLAND 13

at CALIFORNIA 59, E. WASHINGTON 7

BERKELEY – Jahvid Best and his California teammates were wide awake from the start of their rematch against Maryland. Best ran 73 yards for one of his two first-quarter touchdowns and the 12th-ranked Golden Bears avenged an early-season loss to the Terrapins last season with a 52-13 victory to open the 2009 campaign for both clubs. Kevin Riley added a career-high four touchdown passes for the Bears, who jumped on top 45-6 in a drastic turnabout from last year’s meeting won by Maryland 35-27. Best made his own highlight reel in this game, starting with the long touchdown run that opened the scoring. It’s those kinds of runs that have made Best a trendy Heisman contender and the Bears a team to be reckoned with in the Pac-10. Best finished with 137 yards on 10 carries, including a 40-yarder that was sprung by a block from Riley, before ending his night early. Riley completed 17 of 26 passes for 298 yards and the Golden Bears recorded six sacks. Cal constantly pressured Chris Turner and kept the Terps out of the end zone until Da’Rel Scott’s 39-yard run made it 45-13 midway through the third quarter.

BERKELEY – Eastern Washington managed to hang close with No. 10 California for one quarter. Then the bigger, faster, more talented Golden Bears took over and turned the game into the mismatch it was supposed to be. Jahvid Best rushed for 144 yards and scored two touchdowns to make sure California avoided a letdown against Eastern Washington with a 59-7 victory. Best caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from Kevin Riley in the first half and scored on a 1-yard run in the third quarter, turning a 10-point lead into a blowout. Riley also ran for a touchdown and Shane Vereen had three short TD runs as Cal posted its second straight blowout to open the season. The Bears scored the final 52 points after the game was tied at 7 after the first quarter. Cal ran for 342 yards, didn’t turn the ball over for a second straight week and completely overwhelmed the Eagles. Best should be well-rested considering he’s only had to carry the ball 27 times the first two games. That hasn’t limited his production much – he has run for 281 yards and scored four touchdowns. Best’s other highlight came when he beat linebacker J.C. Sheritt and easily got open on the 22-yard touchdown catch that gave the Bears a 24-7 lead.

September 5, 2009 • TV: ESPN2 • Attendance: 62,367

Score by Quarters Maryland California

1 3 14

2 3 17

3 7 14

4 0 7

September 12, 2009 • TV: CSN California • Attendance: 58,083

OT Score – 13 – 52

SCORING SUMMARY Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Time 9:54 9:12 4:56 12:28 9:18 3:42 0:25 13:42 9:53 7:29 14:21

Scoring Play V-H CAL – Best 73 yd run (D’Amato kick), 1-73-0:19 0-7 CAL – Best 2 yd run (D’Amato kick), 2-22-0:35 0-14 MD – Ferrara 26 yd field goal, 8-29-4:08 3-14 MD – Ferrara 42 yd field goal, 16-57-5:28 6-14 CAL – D’Amato 31 yd field goal, 9-62-3:03 6-17 CAL – Curran 3 yd pass from Riley (D’Amato kick), 8-49-3:33 6-24 CAL – Boateng 39 yd pass from Riley (D’Amato kick), 5-69-1:04 6-31 CAL – Vereen 11 run (D’Amato kick), 3-54-1:12 6-38 CAL – Jones 42 pass from Riley (D’Amato kick), 4-53-1:21 6-45 MD – Scott 39 yd run (Ferrara kick), 5-68-2:19 13-45 CAL – Vereen 15 yd pass from Riley (D’Amato kick), 5-72-1:47 13-52

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

MD 17 136 167 17-30-0 303 73 4.2 2-2 7-60 6-213 4-253 3-24-0 8-187-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 32:58 4 of 17 2 of 4 1-1 2-14 1-1 2-2

CAL 25 244 298 17-27-0 542 64 8.5 0-0 4-25 4-179 8-483 0-0-0 4-94-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 27:02 8 of 14 0 of 1 5-5 6-45 7-7 1-1

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS MARYLAND Rushing: Scott 13-90 TD, Meggett 9-36, Smith 2-16, Green 5-14, Watson 1-3, Robinson 1-3 Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Turner 17-30-0-167-0 Receiving: Cannon 5-30, Scott 3-31, Galt 3-29, Tyler 2-25, Watson 2-25, Smith 1-29 Tackles: Perez 8, Wujciak 7, Pooler 5, Skinner 5 1 PBU, Wiseman 4 4 PBU, Galt 4 0.5 PBU, Ivey 4 CAL Rushing: Best 10-137 2 TD, DeBoskie-Johnson 9-54, Vereen 10-48 Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 17-26-0-298-4, Mansion 0-1-0-0-0 Receiving: Jones 3-74 TD, Tucker 3-50, Vereen 3-46 TD, Boateng 2-44 TD, Best 2-23, Ross 1-24 Tackles: Kendricks 12 1.0 TFL, Mohamed 9 1.0 SK, 2.0 TFL, Johnson 7, Bishop 7, 0.5 SK, 0.5 TFL

Score by Quarters Eastern Washington California

1 7 7

2 0 17

3 0 14

4 0 21

OT Score – 7 – 59

SCORING SUMMARY Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Time 11:02 6:30 12:32 8:42 5:57 12:16 7:45 13:50 9:51 0:20

Scoring Play EW-CAL CAL – Riley 1 yd run (D’Amato kick), 4-35-1:27 0-7 EWU – Williams 4 yd pass from Nchols (Jarrett kick), 11-83-4:30 7-7 CAL – Vereen 1 yd run (D’Amato kick), 10-75-4:21 7-14 CAL – D’Amato 19 yd field goal, 4-3-2:00 7-17 CAL – Best 22 yd pass from Riley (D’Amato kick), 3-38-0:57 7-24 CAL – Best 1 yd run (D’Amato kick), 6-53-2:36 7-31 CAL – Vereen 2 yd run (D’Amato kick), 6-42-2:39 7-38 CAL – Vereen 2 yd run (D’Amato kick), 8-69-2:41 7-45 CAL – Sofele 22 yd run (D’Amato kick), 4-54-1:30 7-52 CAL – DeBoskie-Johnson 1 yd run (D’Amato kick), 9-77-4:14 7-59

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

EWU 13 14 221 28-37-0 235 65 3.6 1-1 9-51 6-212 2-100 3-24-0 8-187-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 32:20 6 of 16 0 of 2 1-2 1-7 1-1 0-1

CAL 27 342 165 14-21-0 507 67 7.6 2-0 4-40 2-94 10-606 0-0-0 4-94-0 3-38-0 1-45-0 0 27:40 5 of 9 0 of 0 7-8 3-15 8-8 1-2

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS EASTERN WASHINGTON Rushing: Beaumonte 9-21, Williams 2-5, Jones 4-2, Hart 2-1, King 1 (-2), Nichols 6 (-3) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Nichols 23-31-0-195-1, Minnerly 3-4-0-7-0, Burgett 2-2-0-19-0 Receiving: Davis 8-71, Overbay 7-62, Brown 4-24, Boyce 2-33, Jones 2-11, Hart 2-7, Edwards 1-5 Tackles: Borden 9 0.5 TFL, Sherritt 7 1.0 TFL, Hatch 7, Johnson 6, Harris 5, Ena 5 0.5 TFL CAL Rushing: Best 17-144 TD, DeBoskie-Johnson 11-92 TD, Vereen 12-45 3 TD, Sofele 2-36 TD, Riley 4-35 TD Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 13-20-0-148-1, Sweeney 1-1-0-17-0 Receiving: Miller 3-48, Jones 3-29, Holley 2-32, Best 2-19 TD, Sparks 1-17, Curran 1-10, Vereen 1-6, Boateng 1-4 Tackles: Kendricks 14 1.0 TFL 1 FR, Holt 7 0.5 TFL, Young 5 1.0 SK 1.5 TFL, D. Hill 5 0.5 TFL

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GAME SUMMARIES 3-4 CALIFORNIA 35, at MINNESOTA 21

at OREGON 42, CALIFORNIA 3

September 19, 2009 • TV: ESPN • Attendance: 50,805

September 26, 2009 • TV: ABC • Attendance: 58,975

MINNEAPOLIS – Cal running back Jahvid Best tied a school record with five rushing TDs and went over the 100yard rushing mark for the seventh straight game. Best rushed for 131 yards and a modern school-record five touchdowns to help the No. 8 Golden Bears vanquish a road curse in a 35-21 victory over scrappy Minnesota. Best scored on runs of 33, 27 and 2 yards in a breathtaking first half, but his most important runs of the game came on a pair of 2-yard sprints to the corner of the end zone to hold off Minnesota and snap a four-game road losing streak. Kevin Riley overcame a shaky start to finish with 252 yards for Cal, which had lost eight of its last nine on the road. Eric Decker caught eight passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns, and threw another TD for the Golden Gophers, who gave Cal everything it could handle in their shiny new stadium. But Adam Weber threw a costly interception late in the game and Best had too much speed for the Gophers, who were in search of their first victory over a top-10 team at home since beating No. 1 Michigan in 1977.

the Bears. Oregon tight end Ed Dickson had 11 catches for a career-best 148 yards, catching all three of Masoli’s scoring passes, and LaMichael James finished with 21 carries for 118 yards and a touchdown on the ground for the Ducks. Cal scored on Vince D’Amato’s 47-yard field goal early after Oregon fumbled on its opening kickoff return.

Score by Quarters California Minnesota

Score by Quarters California Oregon

1 14 0

2 7 14

3 0 7

4 14 0

OT Score – 35 – 21

EUGENE – Jeremiah Masoli answered his doubters by throwing for 253 yards and three touchdowns in Oregon’s 42-3 upset of sixth-ranked California. Masoli went into the game without a scoring pass in 2009, prompting Ducks fans to call for his benching. But he responded by completing 21 of 25 passes for the Ducks, who had 524 yards in total offense to Cal’s 207 yards. Tailback Jahvid Best ran for just 55 yards for the Golden Bears, who totaled only 77 on the ground. Widely considered a top Heisman contender, Best went into the game ranked third in the nation with an average of 137.33 yards on the ground. Quarterback Kevin Riley was 12 of 31 for 123 yards for

SCORING SUMMARY Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Time 9:51 7:09 14:52 3:47 0:40 0:29 7:14 2:59

V-H 7-0 14-0 14-7 21-7 21-14 21-21 28-21 35-21

Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Time 14:00 5:54 14:55 8:20 0:59 9:05 2:06 8:16

CAL Rushing: Best 26-131 5 TD, Vereen 8-27, Ross 1-7, Sofele 1-2, Riley 6-1, TEAM 2-(-5) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 16-25-0-252-0 Receiving: Tucker 3-78, Ross 3-73, Best 3-17, Boateng 2-30, Vereen 2-17, Miller 1-25 Tackles: Thompson 8 1.0 TFL, Mohamed 7 2 INT 1.0 TFL, Alualu 6 2.0 SK 2.0 TFL, Ezeff 5

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4 0 3

OT Score – 3 – 42

V-H 3-0 3-3 3-11 3-18 3-25 3-32 3-39 3-42

TEAM STATISTICS MINN 14 37 233 22-34-3 270 55 4.9 1-1 3-34 7-295 4-248 2-8-0 4-91-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 26:34 4 of 12 0 of 1 2-2 2-12 3-3 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS

MINN Rushing: Eskridge 7-21, Carpenter 2-17, Bennett 7-16, Gray 1-2, Weber 4-(-19) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Weber 21-32-3-226-2, Decker 1-2-0-7-1 Receiving: Decker 8-119 2 TD, Green 3-39, Tow-Arnett 3-26, Stoudermire 3-19, Hoese 2-5 Tackles: Triplett 10, Cooper 7 1.0 TFL, Theret 7, Campbell 7 0.5 TFL, Collado 6 1.0 TFL

3 0 14

Scoring Play CAL – D’Amato 47 yd field goal, 4-(-8)-0:56 ORE – Flint 30 yd field goal, 14-49-4:37 ORE – Dickson 26 yd pass from Masoli (Flint pass from Costa), 8-80-2:45 ORE – Alston 1 yd run (Flint kick), 5-58, 1:31 ORE – James 4 yd run (Flint kick), 5-48, 0:56 ORE – Dickson 9 yd pass from Masoli (Flint kick), 12-70-5:19 ORE – Dickson 36 yd pass from Masoli (Flint kick), 12-96-5:46 ORE – Flint 42 yd field goal, 13-45-4:29

TEAM STATISTICS CAL 18 163 252 16-25-0 415 69 6.0 3-1 4-45 6-250 6-326 3-10-0 3-58-0 3-0-0 0-0-0 0 33:26 7 of 15 1 of 1 3-3 3-20 5-5 0-1

2 0 22

SCORING SUMMARY

Scoring Play CAL – Best 33 yd run (D’Amato kick), 9-80-5:09 CAL – Best 2 yd run (D’Amato kick), 3-86-1:05 MINN – Decker 26 yd pass from Weber (Ellestad kick), 7-54-3:54 CAL – Best 27 yd run (D’Amato kick), 10-74-4:36 MINN – Decker 12 yd pass from Weber (Ellestad kick), 2-29-0:31 MINN – Gray 7 yd pass from Decker (Ellestad kick), 7-77-3:42 CAL – Best 2 yd run (D’Amato kick), 8-72-3:45 CAL – Best 2 yd run (D’Amato kick), 8-44-4:02

FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

1 3 3

FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

CAL 15 77 130 13-36-0 207 68 3.0 3-2 5-45 7-245 2-131 1-7-0 4-128-0 0-0-0 1-2-0 0 27:09 3 of 15 0 of 2 0-0 1-6 0-0 1-2

ORE 26 236 288 25-32-0 524 84 6.2 4-3 5-60 4-105 8-537 0-0-0 2-39-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 32:51 7 of 15 2 of 2 5-5 5-28 4-4 2-2

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS CAL Rushing: Best 16-55, Vereen 6-28, Sofele 2-13, Sweeney 2-(-7), Riley 6-(-12) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 12-31-0-123-0, Sweeney 1-5-0-7-0 Receiving: Tucker 3-71, Ross 3-8, Best 2-14, Miller 2-10, Jones 1-14, Sparks 1-7, Vereen 1-6 Tackles: Kendricks 9, 1.0 TFL 1 FR, Mohamed 9 1 PBU, Alualu 8 2.0 TFL, Bishop 8 1.0 TFL, Johnson 8 1 FF ORE Rushing: James 21-118 1 TD, Alston 6-42 1 TD, Barner 9-37, Masoli 8-21, Crenshaw 5-15, Costa 3-3 Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Masoli 21-25-0-253-3, Costa 4-7-0-35-0 Receiving: Dickson 11-148 3 TD, Maehl 6-56, Davis 3-34, Lewis 1-26, Paulson 1-15, Crenshaw 1-9, Tuinei 1-1, Embry 1-(-1) Tackles: Lewis 5 2 PBU, Turner 4 2.0 SK 3.0 TFL, Paysinger 4 1.0 TFL, 1 PBU, Kaddu 4 2.0 TFL, Glasper 4 1.0 TFL, Jackson 4, Matthews 4

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GAME SUMMARIES 5-6 USC 30, at CALIFORNIA 3

CALIFORNIA 45, at UCLA 26

BERKELEY – Taylor Mays set the tone with an interception on the first drive of the game, Damian Williams returned a punt for a touchdown and the seventh-ranked Trojans beat No. 24 California, 30-3. Joe McKnight ran for 119 yards and scored the only two offensive touchdowns for USC with a 38-yard run on the first Trojan drive and a 4-yard run late in the fourth quarter that emptied the stadium. Jordan Congdon kicked three field goals and the defense did the rest, holding Cal’s Jahvid Best to 47 yards on 14 carries and keeping the Golden Bears scoreless until Vince D’Amato’s 29-yard field goal with 10:45 remaining. With the defense playing this well, the Trojans made it easy freshman quarterback Matt Barkley. Barkley was inconsistent in this game, completing 20 of 35 passes for 283 yards and an interception. He moved the ball down the field with ease but struggled to punch the ball into the end zone. Cal quarterback Kevin Riley struggled to a 15 for 40 performance for 199 yards and an interception. Riley’s interception in the end zone on the opening drive was his first of the year. Six plays later, McKnight dived into the end zone at the end of his long run. Williams’ 66-yard punt return made it 17-0 in the second quarter and the rout was on. Williams caught eight passes for 101 yards.

PASADENA – Jahvid Best made a 93-yard touchdown run and caught a 51-yard scoring pass, and California got back on track after two tough losses with a dynamic first half in a 45-26 victory over UCLA on Saturday. Shane Vereen rushed for 154 yards and a score, and Marvin Jones caught two TD passes from Kevin Riley in the Golden Bears’ first win in nearly a month. The victory was also the first career win in the Los Angeles area for Cal head coach Jeff Tedford, who grew up in nearby Downey, Calif. Riley thew for 205 yards and three scores without an interception, completing 14-of-23 passes. Kevin Prince passed for 311 yards but threw an interception in the final minutes for UCLA. Johnathan Franklin had a 74-yard TD run among his 101 yards rushing and two scores for the Bruins. The Bears went up 35-20 by halftime with a dizzying series of scoring plays. The most impressive play was made by Best, who uncorked the longest TD run of his three seasons with the Bears on a circuitous run through the UCLA defense late in the second quarter. Cutting back behind his blocking near Cal’s goal line and sweetly slipping two tackles, he picked up a downfield block from Riley and rolled to the end zone for the third-longest scoring run in school history. Best finished with 102 rushing yards on 18 attempts and also caught a 51-yard TD pass from Riley that was the longest reception of his career. Cal’s Mychal Kendricks killed UCLA’s faint comeback hopes when he returned an interception 68 yards for his first career score with 5:05 left.

October 3, 2009 • TV: ABC • Attendance: 71,799

Score by Quarters USC California

1 10 0

2 10 0

3 3 0

4 7 3

October 17, 2009 • TV: ABC • Attendance: 67,317

OT Score – 30 – 3

SCORING SUMMARY Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Time 9:50 4:43 14:06 4:32 8:35 0:35 5:01

Scoring Play USC – McKnight 38 yd run (Congdon kick), 6-80-2:26 USC – Congdon 28 yd field goal, 8-76-3:22 USC – Williams 66 yd punt return (Congdon kick) USC – Congdon 25 yd field goal, 10-38-3:42 USC – Congdon 23 yd field goal, 14-70-6:20 CAL – D’Amato 29 yd field goal, 6-36-1:35 USC – McKnight 4 yd run (Congdon kick), 10-65-5:37

V-H 7-0 10-0 17-0 20-0 23-0 23-3 30-3

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

USC 20 174 283 20-35-1 457 77 5.9 1-0 5-55 3-120 7-460 1-66-1 2-39-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0 36:46 6 of 15 1 of 3 4-4 3-13 3-3 3-3

CAL 17 86 199 15-40-1 285 65 4.4 2-1 3-25 7-272 2-119 2-1-0 6-127-0 1-2-0 0-0-0 0 23:14 5 of 16 0 of 2 1-3 1-8 0-0 1-2

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS USC Rushing: McKnight 20-121 2 TD, Bradford 12-53, Gable 2-6, McNeal 1-3, Patterson 1-2, Team 3-(-3), Barkley 1-(-6) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Barkley 20-35-1-283-0 Receiving: Williams 8-101, McKnight 3-12, McCoy 2-37, Ayles 2-29, Butler 2-27, Ausberry 2-21, Havili 1-56 Tackles: Mays 10 INT, Horton 7 0.5 TFL, Galippo 5 1.0 SK 1.0 TFL 3 PBU, Morgan 5 1.0 TFL CAL Rushing: Best 14-47, Ross 2-24, Riley 6-8, Vereen 3-7 Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 15-40-1-199-0 Receiving: Miller 4-70, Jones 3-53, Ross 3-28, Best 2-5, Vereen 1-21, Tucker 1-14, Curran 1-8 Tackles: Ezeff 12, Mohamed 12, Young 8 1.0 TFL 1 FF 1 QBH, Kendricks 7

Score by Quarters California UCLA

Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Time 12:18 4:54 2:52 9:41 9:23 5:05 2:51 0:46 0:00 11:41 6:42 3:05 5:05

1 14 7

2 21 13

3 3 6

4 7 0

OT Score – 45 – 26

SCORING SUMMARY

Scoring Play CAL – Vereen 42 yd run (D’Amato kick), 7-80-2:42 CAL – Jones 43 yd pass from Riley (D’Amato kick), 1-43-0:08 UCLA – Franklin 7 yd run (Forbath kick), 4-39-1:53 CAL – Best 51 yd pass from Riley (D’Amato kick), 6-94-3:04 UCLA – Franklin 74 yd run (Forbaith kick), 1-74-0:13 CAL – Best 93 yd run (Tavecchio kick), 2-91-0:58 UCLA – Forbaith 24 yd field goal, 5-56-2:08 CAL – Jones 24 yd pass from Riley (Tavecchio kick), 7-80-2:05 UCLA – Forbath 39 yd field goal, 7-60-0:46 UCLA – Forbath 46 yd field goal, 8-51-3:14 CAL – Tavecchio 24 yd field goal, 9-68-4:52 UCLA – Forbath 35 yd field goal, 11-50-3:31 CAL – Kendricks 68 yd interception return (Tavecchio kick)

V-H 7-0 14-0 14-7 21-7 21-14 28-14 28-17 35-17 35-20 35-23 38-23 38-26 45-26.

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

CAL 17 289 205 14-23-0 494 64 7.7 1-0 7-79 7-350 8-507 2-10-0 2-46-0 1-68-1 1-16-0 0 32:16 6 of 16 0 of 0 1-1 3-23 6-6 1-1

UCLA 17 137 311 21-42-0 448 68 6.6 1-1 7-60 6-271 6-418 4-43-0 7-200-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 27:44 5 of 16 0 of 1 3-3 1-3 2-2 4-4

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS CAL Rushing: Vereen 17-154 TD, Best 18-102 TD, Riley 6-33 Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 14-23-0-205-3 Receiving: Jones 4-89 2 TD, Best 2-51 TD, Vereen 2-20, Miller 2-19, Boateng 2-14, Holley 1-7, Ross 1-5 Tackles: Mohamed 9, J. Hill 8, Hagan 5 3 PBU, Sofele 4, Conte 4 1 PBU UCLA Rushing: Franklin 11-101 2 TD, Prince 8-21, Thigpen 3-10, Moline 1-3, Presley 2-2, Ramirez 1-0 Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Prince 21-41-1-311-0 Receiving: Paulsen 5-96, Embree 5-89, Rosario 3-57, Austin 2-24, Thigpen 2-10, Knox 1-14, Moya 1-13, Moline 1-6, Presley 1-2 Tackles: Moore 9 1.0 TFL 1 PBU, Kyle Bosworth 7 1.5 TFL 1 PBU, Verner 7, Carter 6 1.0 TFL

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GAME SUMMARIES 7-8 at CALIFORNIA 49, WASHINGTON STATE 17

CALIFORNIA 23, at ARIZONA STATE 21

BERKELEY – Kevin Riley (12-for-18, 229 yards) threw for touchdowns on his only three passes of the first quarter, Jahvid Best scored three touchdowns and California routed Washington State 49-17. Jeremy Ross scored on a 76-yard punt return, and Best ran for a season-high 159 yards and two scores on 13 carries to help Cal win for the second straight week. Ross returned the opening kickoff 54 yards. Two plays later, Best went in motion and ran past cornerback Brandon Jones to catch a 27-yard TD pass from Riley. Riley added a 37-yard TD pass to Jones on the next possession, the third TD in the past two weeks for that duo, and a 21-yard screen pass to Vereen for a touchdown late in the quarter that made it 28-3. Best also scored on a 61-yard run early in the second quarter to make it 35-3 early in the second quarter. Riley’s 61-yard pass to Ross on the Bears’ first drive of the third quarter set up Best’s third touchdown, a 2-yard run. Vereen added a 7-yard TD run in the fourth quarter for the final score.

TEMPE – Giorgio Tavecchio kicked a 24-yard field goal with 21 seconds left, and California rallied for a 23-21 victory over Arizona State. Tavecchio’s kick capped an 11-play, 74-yard drive that began at Cal’s 19 with 3:16 to go. Tavecchio also connected from 25 and 51 yards.. Quarterback Kevin Riley was 5-of-6 on the game-winning march, and he finished 27-of-44 with 351 passing yards and two touchdowns. Danny Sullivan passed for 244 yards and a touchdown for ASU (4-4, 2-3), but also threw two interceptions. The teams combined for 23 penalties for 238 yards and five turnovers. In the first two quarters, the Golden Bears and Sun Devils combined for four turnovers, five fumbles and 145 penalty yards. Cal jumped ahead 7-0 on an 11-yard pass from Riley to Jahvid Best less than five minutes into the game. The Bears made it 14-0 on a 12-yard strike from Riley to Marvin Jones. But, ASU tied it at 14-14 on a pair of one-play drives in the second quarter. After forcing a fumble by ASU’s Ryan Bass near their own goal line, the Bears gave the ball right back when Riley fumbled at his own 3, and on the next play backup quarterback Samson Szakacsy hit Jovon Williams for a 3-yard TD pass. ASU tied it at 14-14 on its next snap when Sullivan found Kyle Williams for an 80-yard TD.

October 24, 2009 • TV: None • Attendance: 54,738

Score by Quarters Washington State California

1 3 28

2 14 7

3 0 7

4 0 7

OT Score – 17 – 49

SCORING SUMMARY Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Time 14:08 9:41 8:04 2:20 1:13 11:14 4:45 0:33 11:07 9:25

Scoring Play CAL – Best 27 yd pass from Riley (Tavecchio kick), 2-29-0:52 CAL – Jones 37 yd pass from Riley (Tavecchio kick), 6-89-2:26 CAL – Ross 76 yd punt return (Tavecchio kick) WSU – Grasu 24 yd field goal, 12-65-5:44 CAL – Vereen 21 yd pass from Riley (Tavecchio kick), 3-60-1:07 CAL – Best 61 yd run (Tavecchio kick), 2-67-0:55 WSU – Forzani 68 yd pass from Tuel (Grasu kick), 1-78-0:13 WSU – Simone 19 yd pass from Tuel (Grasu kick), 8-75-3:06 CAL – Best 2 yd run (Tavecchio kick), 5-89-1:29 CAL – Vereen 7 yd run (Tavecchio kick), 8-77-3:44

V-H 0-7 0-14 0-21 3-21 3-28 3-35 10-35 17-35 17-42 17-49

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

WSU 20 55 385 29-43-0 440 71 6.2 0-0 13-114 7-300 4-192 2-8-0 7-133-0 1-11-0 0-0-0 0 32:04 6 of 17 0 of 2 2-4 0-0 2-2 1-2

CAL 28 309 250 15-21-1 559 60 9.3 0-0 7-60 4-157 8-460 3-92-1 3-86-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 27:56 3 of 8 0 of 0 2-2 5-27 7-7 0-1

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS WSU Rushing: Winston 8-51, Mitz 8-13, Tardy 1-0, Tuel 11-(-9) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Tuel 28-42-0-354-2, Tardy 1-1-0-31-0 Receiving: Solomon 7-81 TD, Simone 6-86, Karstetter 6-66, Forzani 4-116- TD, Tatman 2-20, Winston 2-5, Tardy 1-10, Mitz 1-1 Tackles: Hicks 14, Nwachukwu 10, Ledgerwood 8 1 PBU, Hayward 7 CAL Rushing: Best 13-159 2 TD, Vereen 13-66 TD, DeBoskie-Johnson 6-41, Riley 3-26, Sofele 2-16, Holley 1-3, Team 1-(-2) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 12-18-1-229-3, Sweeney 3-3-0-21-0 Receiving: Jones 3-48 TD, Vereen 2-37, Miller 2-26, Ross 1-61, Best 1-27 TD, Curran 1-18, Sofele 1-10, Calvin 1-9, Holley 1-8, Tucker 1-4, Kapp 1-2 Tackles: Mohamed 12 1.0 TFL 2 QBH, Hagan 6 1.0 TFL 1 PBU, Bishop 6, Jordan 6 2.5 SK 2.5 TFL 3 QBH

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October 31, 2009 • TV: ABC • Attendance: 43,659

Score by Quarters California Arizona State

1 14 0

2 3 14

3 3 0

4 3 7

OT Score – 23 – 21

SCORING SUMMARY Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Time 10:18 4:11 10:21 7:12 1:00 7:11 10:21 0:21

Scoring Play CAL – Best 11 yd pass from Riley (Tavecchio kick), 4-67-0:52 CAL – Jones 12 yd pass from Riley (Tavecchio kick), 8-67-4:23 ASU – Williams, J. 3 yd pass from Szakacsy (Weber kick), 1-3-0:05 ASU – Williams, K. 80 yd pass from Sullivan (Weber kick), 1-80-0:12 CAL – Tavecchio 25 yd field goal, 6-24-0:53 CAL – Tavecchio 51 yd field goal, 7-10-2:58 ASU – Marshall 6 yd run (Weber kick), 7-61-3:44 CAL – Tavecchio 24 yd field goal, 11-74-2:55

V-H 7-0 14-0 14-7 14-14 17-14 20-14 20-21 23-21

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

CAL 23 57 351 27-45-0 408 75 5.4 4-2 12-115 5-265 6-358 3-23-0 4-67-0 2-38-0 0-0-0 0 34:42 5 of 16 0 of 0 4-5 0-0 2-2 3-5

ASU 15 82 247 17-30-2 329 56 5.9 2-1 11-123 7-330 4-245 2-26-0 5-110-0 0-0-0 1-8-0 0 25:18 4 of 12 0 of 1 2-3 3-19 3-3 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS CAL Rushing: Best 18-63, Ross 1-5, Vereen 1-2, Team 1-(-1), Sofele 1-(-3), Riley 8-(-9) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 27-44-0-351-2 Receiving: Best 7-61 TD, Jones 4-58 TD, Ross 3-67, Miller 3-47, Lagemann 3-38, Tucker 3-26, Vereen 2-20, Holley 1-22, Boateng 1-12 Tackles: Mohamed 12, J. Hill 5 1 FF, Holt 4, Johnson 4 1 FR 1 PBU ASU Rushing: Best 13-159 2 TD, Vereen 13-66 TD, DeBoskie-Johnson 6-41, Riley 3-26, Sofele 2-16, Holley 1-3, Team 1-(-2) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 12-18-1-229-3, Sweeney 3-3-0-21-0 Receiving: Jones 3-48 TD, Vereen 2-37, Miller 2-26, Ross 1-61, Best 1-27 TD, Curran 1-18, Sofele 1-10, Calvin 1-9, Holley 1-8, Tucker 1-4, Kapp 1-2 Tackles: McFoy 8, Burfict 7 1 FR 1 PBU, Nixon 7 2.0 TFL 1 FF 2 PBU, Holman 6, Goethel 6, Guy 5 2.0 SK 2.0 TFL 1 FF 1 FR

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GAME SUMMARIES 9-10 OREGON STATE 31, at CALIFORNIA 14

at CALIFORNIA 24, ARIZONA 16

BERKELEY – Sean Canfield threw for 342 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a score Saturday night in Oregon State’s 31-14 victory over California, which lost star tailback Jahvid Best after he took a scary fall. Cal couldn’t recover from seeing Best land hard in the end zone after a seven-yard leaping touchdown in the second quarter. His teammates went down on their knees and waited, then moved to the end zone as trainers and doctors took him away on a stretcher. The game was delayed 13 minutes. Some of Oregon State’s players who were on the field at the time huddled together in support. Best was transported to a local emergency room and stayed overnight before being released on Sunday. CT scans and x-rays came back normal. The Golden Bears, who had won three straight to get back in the Top 25 for the first time following a four-week absence, lost their fifth straight at home to the Beavers dating back to the last Cal win over Oregon State at Memorial Stadium in 1997. Canfield completed 29 of 39 passes with nine to Jacquizz Rodgers and six each to James Rodgers and Joe Halahuni. Canfield completed 11 of his first 13 passes, including five straight to start the game. Cal quarterback Kevin Riley, who was helped off the field just before halftime after a hard hit, was 19 of 34 for 200 yards and one touchdown.

BERKELEY – Shane Vereen scored on a 61-yard run after an illegal forward pass on the previous Arizona drive had knocked the Wildcats out of position for a potential game-winning field goal, and the Golden Bears went on to a 24-16 victory over the 18th-ranked Wildcats on Saturday. “Everyone had No. 4 in their heads all game,” Vereen said of Best. “He was riding with us and we needed to pick him up.” Best gave the Bears (7-3, 4-3) an emotional boost with his presence on the sideline and participation in the coin toss as an honorary captain just a week after being carried off this same field on a stretcher following a scary concussion. But it took much more than that to beat the Wildcats (6-3, 4-2). Giorgio Tavecchio kicked four field goals and Shane Vereen rushed for 159 yards on 30 carries (both career highs). “Shane was a workhorse today,” Tedford said. “I’ve said numerous times how fortunate we are to have two quality running backs and two great kids who support one another and are equally capable of big plays at any time.”

November 14, 2009 • TV: Versus • Attendance: 56,496

November 7, 2009 • TV: FSN/CSN Bay Area/AFN • Attendance: 56,496

Score by Quarters Oregon State California

1 7 0

2 14 7

3 3 0

4 7 7

OT Score – 31 – 14

SCORING SUMMARY Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Time 3:48 13:46 6:07 1:56 10:29 2:08 1:01

Scoring Play V-H OSU – Canfield 1 yd run (Kahut kick), 6-57-2:50 7-0 OSU – Rodgers, Jac. 15 yd pass from Canfield (Kahut kick), 8-90-3:05 14-0 CAL – Best 7 yd run (Tavecchio kick), 15-81-7:33 14-7 OSU – Bishop 3 yd pass from Canfield (Kahut kick), 11-56-4:06 21-7 OSU – Kahut 24 yd field goal, 4-8-1:47 24-7 OSU – Rodgers, Jac. 24 yd run (Kahut kick), 12-80-6:57 31-7 CAL – Tucker 3 yd pass from Riley (Tavecchio kick), 8-66-0:58 31-14

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

OSU 23 94 342 29-39-1 436 78 5.6 2-0 6-36 4-161 6-361 2-11-0 2-34-0 1-18-0 0-0-0 0 36:05 11 of 18 1 of 1 4-4 2-10 4-4 1-2

CAL 14 39 200 19-34-1 239 58 4.1 1-0 5-32 8-339 2-87 0-0-0 6-103-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0 23:55 4 of 13 0 of 0 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS OSU Rushing: Rodgers, Jac. 25-67 TD, Rodgers, Jam. 7-31, Canfield 5-0, Team 2-(-4) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Canfield 29-39-1-342-2 Receiving: Rodgers, Jac. 9-30, Halahuni 6-128, Rodgers, Jam. 6-80 TD, Adeniji 5-87, Camp 1-10, McCants 1-4, Bishop 1-3 TD Tackles: Kristick 7 1.0 SK 1.0 TFL, Mitchell 6 INT, Hardin 6 CAL Rushing: Best 9-29 TD, Ross 2-12, Vereen 5-9, Holley 1-0, Team 1-(-2), Riley 6-(-9) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 19-34-1-200-1 Receiving: Tucker 6-74 TD, Vereen 3-6, Boateng 2-27, Ross 2-26, Lagemann 2-23, Jones 1-24, Sparks 1-21, Sofele 1-3, Best 1-(-4) Tackles: Alualu 9, Cattouse 8 1.0 TFL INT, Thompson 8 3.0 TFL, Mohamed 7 1.5 TFL QBH, Holt 7 2.0 TFL

Score by Quarters Arizona California

1 0 3

2 10 6

3 0 6

4 6 9

OT Score – 16 – 24

SCORING SUMMARY Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Time 9:12 14:17 3:27 0:22 0:00 8:21 12:26 4:46 1:21

Scoring Play CAL – Tavecchio 46 yd field goal, 11-56-5:48 CAL – Tavecchio 22 yd field goal, 8-27-3:48 ARIZ – Antolin 1 yd run (Zendejas kick), 10-93-4:47 ARIZ – Zendejas 36 yd field goal, 7-37-1:30 CAL – Tavecchio 46 yd field goal, 5-32-0:22 CAL – Curran 27 yd pass from Riley (Riley rush fumbled), 1-27-0:08

V-H 0-3 0-6 7-6 10-6 10-9 10-15 ARIZ – Simmons 8 yd pass from Foles (Foles pass failed), 10-80-4:20 16-15 CAL – Tavecchio 22 yd field goal, 13-72-7:35 16-18 CAL – Vereen 61 yd run, 1-61-0:09 (Tm rush fumbled), 1-61-0:09 16-24

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

ARIZ 18 72 202 25-41-1 274 69 4.0 1-1 8-65 6-216 4-218 1-1-0 6-142-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0 28:13 3 of 13 0 of 2 3-3 3-11 1-1 1-1

CAL 18 176 181 13-22-2 357 62 5.8 1-0 6-75 4-171 6-358 1-46-0 3-18-0 1-14-0 0-0-0 0 31:47 2 of 10 0 of 0 2-3 3-18 0-1 4-5

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS ARIZ Rushing: Antolin 19-78 TD, Scott 3-15, Wright 1-0, Nwoko 1-(-3), Foles 4-(-17) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Foles 25-41-1-201-1 Receiving: Roberts 4-52, Turner 4-27, Dean 3-32, Antolin 3-14, Simmons 2-34, Criner 2-17, Douglas 2-16, Wright 2-9, Grigsby 1-6, Gronkowski 1-3, Foles 1-(-9) Tackles: Mitchell 9 1.0 SK 2.0 TFL FF QBH, Wade 7, Ross 6 1.0 TFL PBU, Lewis 6 1.0 TFL, Elmore 6 1.0 SK 1.0 TFL CAL Rushing: Vereen 30-159 TD, DeBoskie-Johnson 1-12, Riley 8-7, TEAM 1-(-2) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 13-22-2-181-1 Receiving: Jones 5-65, Tucker 3-58, Lagemann 2-24, Curran 1-27, Vereen 1-10, Ross 1-(-3) Tackles: Mohamed 9 PBU, Kendricks 8 PBU, Nnabuife 7, Jordan 7 1.5 TFL 0.5 SK, Alualu 7 2.0 TFL FF 1.05 SK 1 QBH, Bishop 6 1.0 TFL 1.0 SK, Thompson 5, Young 4 FR PBU

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GAME SUMMARIES 11-12 at WASHINGTON 42, CALIFORNIA 10

CALIFORNIA 34, at STANFORD 28 November 21, 2009 • TV: Versus • Attendance: 50,510

December 5, 2009 • TV: CSN California/FSN Northwest • Attendance: 62,334

STANFORD – Shane Vereen ran for a career-high 193 yards and a career-high-tying three touchdowns on a careerhigh 42 carries and Mike Mohamed intercepted an Andrew Luck pass at the Cal 3-yard line with 1:36 left as California won the 112th Big Game, 34-28. Stanford’s Toby Gerhart rushed for 136 yards and four touchdowns, carrying defenders on a 29-yard reception that set up Stanford at the Cal 13 with less than 2 minutes left. But after throwing an incompletion on first down, Luck was intercepted by Mohamed on second with 1:36 to go, setting off a wild celebration on the Cal sideline. After Kevin Riley took three knees, the Cal students rushed the field and Stanford Stadium as the Golden Bears won the coveted Axe for the seventh time in eight years. The Golden Bears scored touchdowns on four consecutive drives at one point to turn the early 14-0 deficit into a 31-21 lead early in the fourth quarter. Stanford closed the Cal lead to 31-28 on Gerhart’s fourth rushing touchdown of the game on a five-yard run before Cal kicked a field goal to go up 34-28 with 2:42 to go. Stanford drove down the field and was in position to win until Luck’s interception.

SEATTLE – Jake Locker threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more, and the Huskies closed out their redemptive first season under Steve Sarkisian with a 42-10 win over California. Locker started with a 40-yard TD pass to Jermaine Kearse on Washington's first drive, then added touchdown runs of 19 and 2 yards in the second quarter as the Huskies jumped to a 21-3 lead and were never challenged. Locker added TD throws in the third quarter of 21 yards and 13 yards to Devin Aguilar. He completed 19 of 23 passes for 248 yards, while running 14 times for 77 yards. Chris Polk added 94 yards rushing and a touchdown for Washington. Kearse had seven catches for 147 yards and a TD -- all in the first half -- while Aguilar grabbed five passes for 72 yards and two scores. Shane Vereen rushed for 92 yards with most of it coming on a 50-yard dash in the first quarter. Kevin Riley was 14 of 32 for 215 yards with a 22-yard TD pass to Nyan Boateng, but fumbled twice. Marvin Jones posted career highs with six receptions and 107 receiving yards. Tyson Alualu had another standout game defensively for the Bears, making a season-high-tying eight tackles with 1.5 sacks.

Score by Quarters California Stanford

Score by Quarters California Washington

1 3 14

2 7 0

3 14 7

4 10 7

OT Score – 34 – 28

Time 13:24 4:46 0:53 0:45 9:55 3:50 0:12 13:14 7:01 2:42

Scoring Play STAN – Gerhart 61 yd run (Whitaker kick), 3-69-1:36 STAN – Gerhart 2 yd run (Whitaker kick), 5-19-2:09 CAL – D’Amato 21 yd field goal, 10-70-3:47 CAL – Vereen 1 yd run (D’Amato kick), 14-85-5:48 CAL – Vereen 4 yd run (D’Amato kick), 11-92-5:02 CAL – Vereen 3 yd run (D’Amato kick), 10-72-5:02 STAN – Gerhart 1 yd run (Whitaker kick), 8-69-3:32 CAL – Jones 12 yd pass from Riley (D’Amato kick), 6-72-1:49 STAN – Gerhart 5 yd run (Whitaker kick), 6-87-1:45 CAL – D’Amato 28 yd field goal, 5-12-0:46

V-H 0-7 0-14 3-14 10-14 17-14 24-14 24-21 31-21 31-28 34-28

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

CAL 31 242 235 17-31-1 477 88 5.4 1-0 2-23 4-115 7-374 1-6-0 5-110-0 1-6-0 0-0-0 0 39:06 11 of 19 0 of 0 6-7 0-0 4-4 2-2

STAN 16 188 157 10-30-1 345 58 5.9 2-0 3-30 4-169 5-340 0-0-0 7-144-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 20:54 6 of 12 0 of 1 3-4 0-0 4-4 0-1

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS CAL Rushing: Vereen 42-193 3 TD, Riley 9-28, DeBoskie-Johnson 2-17, Sofele 1-8, Team 3-(-4) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 17-31-1-235-1 Receiving: Jones 4-45 TD, Miller 3-53, Tucker 3-48, Lagemann 3-31, Curran 1-21, Ross 1-14, Sofele 1-13, Vereen 1-10 Tackles: Mohamed 10 0.5 TFL 1 INT, Bishop 5 1 PBU, Nnabuife 4 1 PBU, Cattouse 4, Alualu 4 0.5 TFL, Jordan 4 0.5 PBU STAN Rushing: Gerhart 20-136 4 TD, Luck 7-31, Gaffney 1-21 Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Luck 10-30-1-157-0 Receiving: Owusu 2-49, R. Whalen 2-23, Fleener 2-12, Reuland 1-31, Gerhart 1-29, G. Whalen 1-9, Taylor 1-4 Tackles: Howell 15, Skov 12 0.5 TFL, Macaluso 10, Udofia 8, Keiser 7 1.0 TFL, McNally 6, Sherman 6 1 INT 2 PBU

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2 0 14

3 7 14

4 0 7

OT Score – 10 – 42

SCORING SUMMARY

SCORING SUMMARY Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

1 3 7

Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Time 7:45 5:46 10:50 1:12 12:41 10:09 7:41 3:23

Scoring Play WASH – Kearse 40 yd pass from Locker (Folk kick), 3-75-1:34 CAL – D'Amato 29 yd field goal, 6-58-1:51 WASH – Locker 19 yd run (Folk kick), 3-34-1:17 WASH – Locker 2 yd run (Folk kick), 10-81-3:58 WASH – Aguilar 21 yd pass from Locker (Folk kick), 5-65-2:12 CAL – Boateng 22 yd pass from Riley (D'Amato kick), 5-87-2:24 WASH – Aguilar 13 yd pass from Locker (Folk kick), 5-51-2:19 WASH – Polk 10 yd run (Folk kick), 6-41-3:25

V-H 0-7 3-7 3-14 3-21 3-28 10-28 10-35 10-42

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

CAL 14 81 215 14-32-0 296 61 4.9 3-2 5-45 5-221 3-178 1-14-0 7-141-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 26:20 2 of 12 1 of 2 1-2 2-10 1-1 1-2

WASH 25 177 286 20-24-0 463 63 7.3 2-0 2-10 5-173 7-396 2-28-0 3-77-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 33:40 2 of 10 2 of 3 4-5 5-35 6-6 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS CAL Rushing: Vereen 16-92, Sofele 2-2, DeBoskie-Johnson 1-(-5), Riley 10-(-8) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 14-32-0-215-1 Receiving: Jones 6-107, Vereen 3-25, Boateng 2-35 TD, Curran 1-32, Ross 1-12, Miller 1-4 Tackles: Alualu 8 1.5 SK 1.5 TFL, Nnabuife 7 1.5 TFL, Young 6 0.5 TFL 1 FF, Johnson 5, Bishop 5, D. Hagan 5, Mohamed 5 WASH Rushing: Polk 22-94 TD, Locker 14-77 2 TD, Griffin 2-3, Shaw 1-3 Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Locker 19-23-0-248-3, Bruns 1-1-0-38-0 Receiving: Kearse 7-147 TD, Aguilar 5-72 2 TD, Middleton 3-42, Johnson 2-16, Polk 2-10, Izbicki 1 (-1) Tackles: Dennison 7 1 FR, Te'o-Nesheim 7 3.0 SK 4.5 TFL 2 FF, Trufant 7 2 PBU, Butler 6 1.0 SK 3.0 TFL, Williams 6 1.0 TFL

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GAME SUMMARY 13 POINSETTIA BOWL – UTAH 37, CALIFORNIA 27 December 23, 2009 • TV: ESPN • Attendance: 32,665

SAN DIEGO – Jordan Wynn completed 26 of 36 passes for a career-high 338 yards and three touchdowns to rally No. 23 Utah from an early two-touchdown deficit to a 37-27 victory over California in the Poinsettia Bowl. The Utes scored 27 straight points to win their ninth straight bowl game, the longest current streak in the country and tied for the second-longest ever. The Golden Bears, in a bowl game for the school-record seventh straight year, had their four-game postseason winning streak snapped. Utah's defense came up big, too. The Utes sacked Cal's Kevin Riley five times and intercepted him twice, with linebacker Stevenson Sylvester returning a tipped pass 27 yards for a touchdown late in the game. Riley also lost a fumble. Shane Vereen, who scored twice, was the seventh Cal back to gain more than 100 yards in a bowl, finishing with 122 yards on 20 carries. Utah looked overmatched after Cal scored twice in 11 seconds midway through the first quarter. Vereen scored on a 36-yard run and Eddie Young intercepted Wynn on the first play of Utah's next drive and returned it 31 yards for a score. After that it was all Utah. Score by Quarters Utah California

1 7 14

2 17 0

3 3 7

4 10 6

OT Score – 37 – 27

SCORING SUMMARY Qtr 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Time 6:06 5:55 1:35 9:31 4:58 0:43 3:13 0:39 13:05 5:27 1:46

Scoring Play CAL – Vereen 36 yd run (D'Amato kick), 6-54-1:50 CAL – Young 31 yd interception return (D'Amato kick) UU – Moeai 6 yd pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 8-30-4:20 UU – Phillps 28 yd field goal, 9-66-3:26 UU – Moeai 15 yd pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 8-56-2:51 UU – Brooks 21 yd pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 6-72-2:37 UU – Phillips 29 yd field goal, 4-2-0:58 CAL – Vereen 1 yd run (D'Amato kick), 6-77-2:34 UU – Phillips 25 yd field goal, 6-57-2:34 UU – Sylvester 27 yd interception return (Phillips kick) CAL – Ross 24 yd pass from Riley (Riley pass failed)

V-H 0-7 0-14 7-14 10-14 17-14 24-14 27-14 27-21 30-21 37-21 37-27

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total Offense Plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt Returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards-TD Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

UU 20 51 338 26-37-1 389 72 5.4 0-0 5-35 5-198 8-517 3-2-0 4-111-0 2-27-1 0-0-0 0 35:19 4 of 15 1 of 2 5-5 4-24 4-4 3-3

CAL 17 96 214 20-36-2 310 64 4.8 1-1 4-33 7-251 4-242 0-0-0 7-135-0 1-31-1 0-0-0 0 24:41 3 of 14 2 of 2 1-1 3-9 3-3 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS UU Rushing: Wide 21-37, Shakerin 7-28, Smithson 1-(-1), Wynn 6-(-12) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Wynn 26-36-1-338-3, Smithson 0-1-0-0-0 Receiving: Brooks 7-76 TD, Reed 6-103, Wide 4-83, Matthews 3-20, Moeai 2-21 2 TD, Smithson 2-18, Key 2-17 Tackles: Sylvester 8 0.5 TFL1 INT 1 PBU, Siliga 6 1.0 TFL 1.0 SK, Misi 6 1.5 TFL 0.5 SK, Burton 4 2.0 TFL 1 PBU, Johnson 4 1 INT 2 PBU CAL Rushing: Vereen 20-132 2 TD, DeBoskie-Johnson 1-0, Riley 7-(-26) Passing (C-A-I-Yds-TD): Riley 20-36-2-214-1 Receiving: Miller 5-55, Jones 5-44, Tucker 3-30, Vereen 3-20, Ross 2-29 TD, Boateng 1-25, Lagemann 1-11 Tackles: Cattouse 8 1.0 TFL 1 PBU, Kendricks 7 3.0 TFL 1 PBU 1.0 SK, Young 7 1 INT, Mohamed 7 1.0 TFL, Nnabuife 5 0.5 TFL, Alualu 5 1.5 TFL, Jordan 4 1.0 TFL 1.0 SK, Payne 3 2.0 TFL, 1.0 SK

GOLDEN BEAR TEAM AWARDS KEN HARVEY AWARD

BOB SIMMONS AWARD

(Player Showing Special Academic Commitment and Improvement) Syd’Quan Thompson

(Most Valuable Freshman) Offense: Matt Summers-Gavin Defense: Aaron Tipoti

STUB ALLISON AWARD

J. SCOTT DUNCAN AWARD

(Most Inspirational Player) Sean Cattouse

DINK ARTAL AWARD (Player Best Exemplifying Cal Spirit) Brian Holley, Eddie Young

KEN COTTON AWARD (Most Courageous Player) Offense: Mike Tepper Defense: Devin Bishop

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER Skylar Curran

LIFTER OF THE YEAR Freshman: Mark Brazinski Senior: Tyson Alualu

SCOUT TEAM PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Offense: T.J. Emery, Ryan Wertenberger Defense: Steven Fanua, Keni Kaufusi Special Teams: Tyré Ellison, Spencer Hagan

SCHLESSINGER COACHES AWARD (Outstanding Athletic Ability, Academic Success and Community Service) Derrick Hill

BOB TESSIER AWARD (Most Improved Linemen) Offense: Justin Cheadle Defense: Cameron Jordan

BRICK MULLER AWARD (Most Valuable Linemen) Offense: Mitchell Schwartz Defense: Tyson Alualu

(Most Valuable Special Teams Player) Bryan Anger

ANDY SMITH AWARD (player with the Most Big "C" Time) Mike Mohamed

BERKELEY BREAKFAST CLUB AWARD (Outstanding Player in the Big Game) Offense: Shane Vereen Defense: Mike Mohamed

MOST VALUABLE BACK Offense: Kevin Riley Defense: Syd’Quan Thompson

JOE ROTH AWARD (Player Best Exemplifying Courage, Attitude and Sportsmanship) Tyson Alualu

EVERETT MERRIMAN AWARD (Demonstrating Commitment to Community Service) Kevin Parker

CORT MAJORS AWARD* (Team Captain) Offense: Kevin Riley Defense: Tyson Alualu

BEAR BACKERS AWARD* (Most Valuable Player) Offense: Jahvid Best, Shane Vereen Defense: Mike Mohamed *Voted on by team

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FORMER PLAYER CAREER BIOGRAPHIES TYSON ALUALU

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(AH-loo AH-loo)

(JAH-vid)

DL, 6-3, 290............................Honolulu, HI 2006-09...................................St. Louis HS CAL CAREER: Played all 52 games possible with 40 starts from 2006-09, including a run of 39 consecutive starts over his final three campaigns to end his career … finished with 195 tackles (78 unassisted, 117 assisted) to go along with 26.0 tackles for loss (-134 yards), 16.0 sacks (-111 yards), four forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries, an interception that he returned eight yards, six pass breakups, 11 quarterback hurries and a blocked kick … returned the first of his four fumble recoveries four yards for a touchdown vs. Arizona in 2007 … wore number 90 the first season he played at Cal in 2006, before switching to number 44 for his final three campaigns from 2007-09.

ALUALU’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS YEAR G-GS UA-A-TOT TFL SACK INT PBU FF FR 2006 13-1 4-12-16 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 2007 13-13 23-29-52 3.5-20 2.5-17 1-8 1 0 4 2008 13-13 21-41-62 11.0-66 6.0-51 0 2 2 0 2009 13-13 30-35-65 11.5-48 7.5-43 0 3 2 0 Totals 52-40 78-117-195 26.0-134 16.0-111 1-8 6 4 4 *Other Stats: Alualu returned one of his four fumble recoveries four yards for a touchdown vs. Arizona in 2007; Alualu recorded one blocked kick vs. Louisiana Tech in 2007.

ALUALU’S CAREER GAME HIGHS

(BEE-mole)

TB, 5-10, 195............................ Vallejo, CA 2007-09................................... Salesian HS CAL CAREER: Played three seasons at Cal from 2007-09 … a first-team All-Pac-10 choice in 2007 and 2008, and a second-team selection in 2009… played in 31 games with 19 starts … finished his career ranked among Cal’s all-time leaders in 200-yard rushing games (3, No. 1), rushing touchdowns (29, No. 3-T), total touchdowns (35, No. 4), all-purpose running (4,045, No. 5), 100-yard rushing games (13, No. 6), rushing yardage (2,668, No. 7) and scoring (210, No. 9) ... scored 16 touchdowns in both 2008 and 2009, with the number ranking fourth on the school’s single-season list and only one shy of Cal’s modern-era record and two short of the school’s all-time mark … had career rushing averages of 7.3 yards per carry and 86.1 yards per game … added career totals of 844 yards in kick returns on 32 attempts (26.4 ypr) as well as 62 receptions for 533 receiving yards and six touchdown catches ... recorded 50 plays of 20 or more yards (25 rush, 3 receiving, 22 kick return) ... the only Cal player in history with more than one 200-yard rushing outing ... posted seven consecutive games of 100 or more rushing yards that included the final four contests of 2008 and the first three of 2009, totaling 1,228 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns on the ground on 126 carries (9.7 ypr, 175.4 ypg) during the span ... posted 34 career rushes of 20+ yards, to go along with 11 of 60+ yards and four of 80 or more ... missed spring football in both 2008 and 2009 after a hip injury following the 2007 campaign and foot and elbow surgeries after the 2008 season ... missed the final four contests of 2009 after sustaining an injury when he landed hard in the end zone on a seven-yard touchdown run vs. Oregon State …named a Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week four times, picking up the honor on three occasions as a 2008 sophomore and once during his 2009 junior campaign.

BEST’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS

Tackles: 10 (vs. Washington, 2008) Tackles For Loss: 2.0 (six times, last vs. Arizona, 2009) Sacks: 2.0 (three times, last at Minnesota, 2009) Forced Fumbles: 1 (four times, last vs. Arizona, 2009) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (four times, last at Stanford, 2007) Interceptions: 1 (at Oregon, 2007) Pass Breakups: 2 (vs. UCLA, 2008) Quarterback Hurries: 2 (three times, last vs. Oregon, 2008) Blocked Kicks: 1 (at Louisiana Tech, 2007)

KEVIN BEMOLL

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JAHVID BEST

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 10-0 12-11 9-8 31-19

NO 29 194 141 364

YDS 221 1580 867 2668

AVG 7.6 8.1 6.1 7.3

TD 2 15 12 29

BEST’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS

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DL, 6-4, 334...................Mission Viejo, CA 2005-09...........................Mission Viejo HS CAL CAREER: Played in three career games from 2005-09, switching to the defensive side of the ball for his final season in 2009 after spending the previous time during his college career as an offensive lineman.

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 10-0 12-11 9-8 31-19

NO 13 27 22 62

YDS 74 246 213 533

AVG 5.7 9.1 9.7 8.6

TD 1 1 4 6

LONG 16 42 51 51

BEST’S CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 10-0 12-11 9-8 31-19

NO 15 16 1 32

YDS 405 421 18 844

AVG 27.0 26.3 18.0 26.4

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 54 54 18 54

BEST’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 10-0 12-11 9-8 31-19

UA-A-TOT 8-4-12 2-0-2 0-1-1 10-5-15

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

SACK 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT 0 0 0 0

BEST’S CAREER GAME HIGHS Rushes: 26 (at Minnesota, 2009) Rushing Yards: 311 (vs. Washington, 2008) Rushing TDs: 5 (at Minnesota, 2009) Long Rush: 93TD (at UCLA, 2009) Receptions: 7 (at Arizona State, 2009) Receiving Yards: 65 (at Maryland, 2008) Receiving TDs: 1 (five times, last at Arizona State, 2009) Long Reception: 51TD (at UCLA, 2009) Kick Returns: 4 (three times, last at Oregon State, 2008) Kick Return Yards: 135 (at Maryland, 2008) Long Kick Return: 54 (twice, last at Maryland, 2008) Tackles: 2 (five times, last vs. Oregon State, 2007) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (at Oregon, 2007) Points: 30 (at Minnesota, 2009)

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PBU FF FR 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1


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DEVIN BISHOP

G-GS 12-0 13-9 25-9

(BOSS-kah-vich)

LB, 6-1, 239................. San Francisco, CA 2007-09.....San Francisco CC/Will C. Wood HS

OL, 6-4, 304......................... Los Altos, CA 2006-09............................... St. Francis HS

CAL CAREER: Appeared in 25 games with nine starts, making 69 tackles (37 unassisted, 32 assisted) while adding 5.0 tackles for loss (-29 yards), 2.5 sacks (-22 yards) and one pass breakup … also returned two kicks for 30 yards.

CAL CAREER: Played in 37 games with 15 starts … picked up first-team Pac-10 All-Academic recognition in each of his final two seasons.

BISHOP’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

UA-A-TOT 6-7-13 31-25-56 37-32-69

TFL 0.5-1 4.5-28 5.0-29

SACK 0.0-0 2.5-22 2.5-22

INT PBU FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

G-GS 12-0 13-9 25-9

NO 1 1 2

YDS 15 15 30

AVG 15.0 15.0 15.0

TD 0 0 0

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JESSE BROOKS

DB, 5-11, 197......................... Oakland, CA 2005-09....................... Bishop O’Dowd HS

BISHOP’S CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

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MARK BOSKOVICH

LONG 15 15 15

CAL CAREER: Played in 25 games all off the bench and primarily on special teams from 2006-09, recording 12 tackles (six unassisted, six assisted).

BISHOP’S CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 8 (at Oregon, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 1.0 (three times, last vs. Arizona, 2009) Sacks: 1.0 (twice, last vs. Arizona, 2009) Pass Breakups: 1 (at Stanford, 2009) Kick Returns: 1 (twice, last vs. Oregon State, 2009) Kick Return Yards: 15 (twice, last vs. Oregon State, 2009) Long Kick Return: 15 (twice, last vs. Oregon State, 2009)

BROOKS’ CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

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NYAN BOATENG (rhymes with Ryan)

WR, 6-2, 211......................... Brooklyn, NY 2007-09........................ Florida/Lincoln HS CAL CAREER: Recorded totals of 42 receptions, 630 receiving yards and seven touchdown catches in 24 games and five starts, averaging 15.0 yards per catch and 26.2 receiving yards per contest … recorded two career tackles (one unassisted, one assisted) … made his Cal debut in 2008 after transferring from Florida in the spring of 2007 … practiced with the team during the spring and fall of 2007, but did not play during the 2007 season due to transfer requirements.

G-GS 4-0 6-0 11-0 4-0 25-0

UA-A-TOT 2-1-3 0-0-0 4-2-6 0-3-3 6-6-12

TFL 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0

SACK 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0

INT PBU FF FR 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

BROOKS’ CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 2 (three times, last vs. Eastern Washington, 2009)

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SKYLAR CURRAN

TE, 6-4, 256........................ Woodland, CA 2007-09........ Butte College/Woodland HS CAL CAREER: Played in 16 games with three starts, making eight catches for 130 yards and two touchdowns.

BOATENG’S CAREER CAL RECEIVING STATISTICS YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 13-5 11-0 24-5

NO 29 13 42

YDS 439 191 630

AVG 15.1 14.7 15.0

TD 5 2 7

LONG 53 39 53

BOATENG’S CAREER CAL RUSHING STATISTICS YEAR G-GS NO YDS AVG TD LONG 2008 13-5 1 0 0.0 0 0 2009 11-0 0 0 0.0 0 0 Totals 24-5 1 0 0.0 0 0 *Other Stats: Boateng had two tackles (one unassisted, one assisted) in 2008.

BOATENG’S CAREER GAME HIGHS Receptions: 4 (three times, last at USC, 2008) Receiving Yards: 67 (vs. UCLA, 2008) Receiving TDs: 1 (seven times, last at Washington, 2009) Long Reception: 53TD (vs. UCLA, 2008) Points: 6 (seven times, last at Washington, 2009)

CURRAN’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 3-0 13-3 16-3

NO 0 8 8

YDS 0 130 130

AVG 0.0 16.2 16.2

TD 0 2 2

LONG 0 32 32

CURRAN’S CAREER GAME HIGHS Receptions: 1 (eight times, last at Washington, 2009) Receiving Yards: 32 (at Washington, 2009) Receiving TDs: 1 (twice, last vs. Arizona, 2009) Long Reception: 32 (at Washington, 2009) Points: 6 (twice, last vs. Arizona, 2009)

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MARCUS EZEFF (EE-zeff)

DB, 5-11, 219.................... Santa Rosa, CA 2005-09............................ Montgomery HS CAL CAREER: Played in 44 games with 25 starts, including 20 in a row at safety that included all 13 games of his 2008 junior campaign through the first seven games of his 2009 senior season … other career defensive totals included 153 tackles (94 unassisted, 59 assisted), 3.0 tackles for loss (-9 yards), 0.5 sacks (-4 yards), three interceptions that he returned for 78 yards including a 69-yard touchdown against UCLA in 2008, eight pass breakups, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.

HOLLEY’S CAREER GAME HIGHS Rushes: 1 (three times, last vs. Oregon State, 2009) Rushing Yards: 5 (vs. Maryland, 2009) Long Rush: 5 (vs. Maryland, 2009) Receptions: 2 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Receiving Yards: 32 (vs. Eastern Washington, 2009) Long Reception: 22 (at Arizona State, 2009) Kick Returns: 2 (vs. Washington State, 2007) Kick Return Yards: 37 (vs. Washington State, 2007) Long Kick Return: 28 (vs. Washington State, 2007)

EZEFF’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS YEAR G-GS UA-A-TOT TFL SACK INT PBU FF FR 2006 12-0 7-5-12 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2007 9-4 33-14-47 2.0-8 0.5-4 0 1 1 0 2008 13-13 36-30-66 1.0-1 0.0-0 3-78 6 0 1 2009 10-8 18-10-28 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Totals 44-25 94-59-153 3.0-9 0.5-4 3-78 8 1 1 *Other Stats: Ezeff returned one of his three interceptions 69 yards for a touchdown at UCLA in 2008.

EZEFF’S CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 14 (vs. Arizona, 2007) Tackles For Loss: 1.5 (vs. Tennessee, 2007) Sacks: 0.5 (vs. Louisiana Tech, 2007) Forced Fumbles: 1 (at Oregon, 2007) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (at Arizona, 2008) Interceptions: 2 (vs. UCLA, 2008) Pass Breakups: 2 (twice, last vs. Oregon, 2008) Points: 6 (vs. UCLA, 2008)

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FB, 5-10, 235......................... Pomona, CA 2005-09...................... Diamond Ranch HS CAL CAREER: Moved into the role of starting fullback as a fifth-year senior in 2009 after being a special teams standout and also a backup fullback in his first three seasons of action from 2007-09, after not playing in 2006 and redshirting in 2005 … ended up playing in 37 games and making 11 starts, recording six catches for 80 yards, three rushes for eight yards, three kick returns for 40 yards and two assisted tackles.

HOLLEY’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS G-GS 13-1 11-0 13-11 37-11

NO 0 0 3 3

YDS 0 0 8 8

AVG 0.0 0.0 2.7 2.7

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 0 0 5 5

HOLLEY’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 13-1 11-0 13-10 37-11

NO 0 0 6 6

YDS 0 0 80 80

AVG 0.0 0.0 13.3 13.3

DB, 6-1, 194....................... Las Vegas, NV 2005-09............................ Green Valley HS CAL CAREER: Played in 49 games with 22 starts, contributing 107 tackles (69 unassisted, 38 assisted), 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard), three interceptions that he returned for 64 yards, one blocked kick that he was credited with a five-yard return for before teammate Bryant Nnabuife ran it back another five yards for a score in the 2008 season-opener vs. Michigan State, eight pass breakups, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery … returned one of his three career interceptions 43 yards for a touchdown in a 42-7 victory over Colorado State in 2008.

JOHNSON’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

BRIAN HOLLEY

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 0 0 22 22

YEAR G-GS UA-A-TOT TFL SACK INT PBU FF FR 2006 11-0 2-2-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2007 13-1 6-2-8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2008 12-9 25-18-43 0.0-0 0.0-0 2-62 3 1 0 2009 13-12 36-16-52 0.5-1 0.0-0 1-2 5 1 1 Totals 49-22 69-38-107 0.5-1 0.0-0 3-64 8 2 1 *Other Stats: Johnson returned one of his three interceptions 43 yards for a touchdown and in the same game recorded a blocked kick against Colorado State in 2008.

JOHNSON’S CAREER PUNT RETURN STATISTICS YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 11-0 13-1 12-9 13-12 49-22

NO 0 0 1 0 1

YDS 0 0 5 0 5

AVG 0.0 0.0 5.0 0.0 5.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0

LONG 0 0 5 0 5

JOHNSON’S CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 8 (at Oregon, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 0.5 (vs. Oregon State, 2009) Forced Fumbles: 1 (twice, last at Oregon, 2009) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (at Arizona State, 2009) Interceptions: 1 (three times, last vs. USC, 2009) Pass Breakups: 2 (twice, last vs. Arizona, 2009) Blocked Kicks: 1 (vs. Michigan State, 2008) Points: 6 (vs. Colorado State, 2008)

JUSTIN PRUEITT (PROO-it)

HOLLEY’S CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS YEAR G-GS NO YDS AVG TD 2007 13-1 2 37 18.5 0 2008 11-0 1 3 3.0 0 2009 13-10 0 0 0.0 0 Totals 37-11 3 40 13.3 0 *Other Stats: Holley recorded two assisted tackles in 2007.

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BRETT JOHNSON

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OL, 6-5, 294...............................Clovis, CA 2006-09................................ Buchanan HS CAL CAREER: Spent four seasons with the Cal football program from 2006-09 but did not see any game action.


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TAD SMITH

(SID-quan)

TE/DL, 6-5, 254........................ Isleton, CA 2005-09.................................St. Mary’s HS CAL CAREER: Was converted from a defensive end to a tight end during the spring of 2008 and spent one season in the position before an injuryfilled 2009 ended his collegiate playing days ... was expected to take over as the team’s full-time starter at tight end in 2009 but broke his scapula in spring practice and then suffered a career-ending knee injury during training camp after having recovered from the broken scapula ... played in a total of 25 games with five starts, playing in 12 contests with two starts on offense and 13 times with three starts on defense ... had three career catches for 23 yards and a touchdown offensively, while contributing 14 tackles (four unassisted, 10 assisted), 2.0 tackles for loss (-7 yards), 0.5 sacks (-3 yards) and a fumble recovery on the defensive side of the ball ... wore No. 92 for his first three seasons with the program when he played defense, before switching to No. 44 when he moved to tight end in 2008.

SMITH’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS YEAR 2007 2008 Totals

G-GS 13-3 12-2 25-5

NO 0 3 3

YDS 0 23 23

AVG 0.0 7.7 7.7

TD 0 1 1

LONG 0 9 9

SMITH’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS YEAR 2007 2008 Totals

G-GS 13-3 12-2 52-40

UA-A-TOT TFL SACK 4-9-13 2.0-7 0.5-3 0-1-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 78-117-195 26.0-134 16.0-111

INT PBU FF FR 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1-8 6 4 4

Receptions: 2 (at Maryland, 2008) Receiving Yards: 17 (at Maryland, 2008) Receiving TDs: 1 (at Maryland, 2008) Long Reception: 9TD (at Maryland, 2008) Tackles: 3 (vs. Louisiana Tech, 2007) Tackles For Loss: 1.5 (vs. Louisiana Tech, 2007) Sacks: 0.5 (vs. Louisiana Tech, 2007) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (at Colorado State, 2007) Quarterback Hurries: 2 (vs. Louisiana Tech, 2007) Points: 6 (at Maryland, 2008)

CHET TEOFILO

(TAY-oh-FEE-low)

CAL CAREER: A two-time first-team All-Pac-10 selection, earning the honor in each of his final two campaigns ... a four-year starter who started all 52 games possible at cornerback over his four-year career from 2006-09 to set a school record for starts … finished his career as Cal’s all-time leader in pass breakups with 36 after recording two in his final contest at the 2009 Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah to move past previous school-record holder Chidi Iwuoma, who recorded 35 from 1997-2000 … other final career totals included 257 tackles (166 unassisted, 91 assisted), 20.0 tackles for loss (-65 yards), 2.0 sacks (-17 yards), seven interceptions that he returned 204 yards, one forced fumble, two fumble recoveries he returned for 18 yards including a 15-yard touchdown vs. Stanford in 2006, 36 punt returns that he brought back for 389 yards, including one that he returned 73 yards for a touchdown vs. Colorado State in 2008, one kick return for 15 yards … posted a total of 608 career all-purpose yards (389 punt return, 15 kick return, 204 interception return) … tabbed by Athlon as a “Key Loss” for the 2010 season.

THOMPSON’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS UA-A-TOT 13-13 35-25-60 13-13 55-23-78 13-13 41-29-70 13-13 35-14-49 52-52 166-91-257

TFL 2.5-9 6.0-24 7.5-26 4.0-6 20.0-65

SACK 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-17 0.0-0 2.0-17

INT PBU FF FR 1-0 2 0 2 1-38 10 1 0 4-128 14 0 0 1-38 10 0 0 7-204 36 1 2

THOMPSON’S CAREER PUNT RETURN STATISTICS G-GS 13-13 13-13 13-13 13-13 52-52

NO 0 0 28 8 36

YDS 0 0 344 45 389

AVG 0.0 0.0 12.3 5.6 10.8

TD 0 0 1 0 1

LONG 0 0 73 12 73

THOMPSON’S CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS

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OL, 6-3, 329...................... Chula Vista, CA 2004-09.......................................Hilltop HS CAL CAREER: Played in 16 games and made eight starts.

MIKE TEPPER

DB, 5-9, 191.................... Sacramento, CA 2006-09........................................ Grant HS

YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

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SYD’QUAN THOMPSON

YEAR G-GS NO YDS AVG TD LONG 2006 13-13 0 0 0.0 0 0 2007 13-13 0 0 0.0 0 0 2008 13-13 1 15 15.0 0 15 2009 12-12 0 0 0.0 0 0 Totals 25-25 1 15 15.0 0 15 Other Stats: Thompson returned one interception 15 yards for a touchdown vs. Stanford in 2006.

THOMPSON’S CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 12 (vs. Arizona, 2007) Tackles For Loss: 3.0 (twice, last vs. Oregon State, 2009) Sacks: 1.0 (twice, last vs. Colorado State, 2008) Forced Fumbles: 1 (vs. Arizona, 2007) Fumble Recoveries: 1, twice, last vs. Stanford, 2006) Interceptions: 2 (at Washington State, 2008) Pass Breakups: (4, vs. Arizona State, 2008) Points: 6 (twice, last vs. Colorado State, 2008)

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OL, 6-7, 319........................... Cypress, CA 2004-09.................................... Pacifica HS CAL CAREER: Played in 39 games with 28 starts … earned first-team All-Pac-10 honors in 2009 when he was granted a sixth year of eligibility after missing the 2008 season with a pectoral injury.

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EDDIE YOUNG

WR, 6-1, 204......................... Torrance, CA 2008-09..... El Camino College/Fairfax HS CAL CAREER: Recorded 50 catches for 815 yards and four touchdown in two seasons with the Golden Bears after transferring to Cal from El Camino College … averaged 16.3 yards per catch over 23 contests and 13 starts.

TUCKER’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

G-GS 10-7 13-6 23-13

NO 21 29 50

YDS 362 453 815

AVG 17.2 15.6 16.3

TD 3 1 4

TUCKER’S CAREER GAME HIGHS Receptions: 6 (vs. Oregon State, 2009) Receiving Yards: 78 (at Minnesota, 2009) Receiving TDs: 1 (four times, last vs. Oregon State, 2009) Long Reception: 74 (vs. Miami, Fla., 2008)

LONG 74 59 74

LB, 6-0, 239...........................Berkeley, CA 2005-09...................................Berkeley HS CAL CAREER: Played in 40 games with 24 starts … posted career totals included 108 tackles (56 unassisted, 52 assisted), 9.0 tackles for loss (-42 yards), 3.5 sacks (-27 yards), four interceptions that he returned for 82 yards including a 31-yard touchdown in his final collegiate game against Utah in the 2009 Poinsettia Bowl, three pass breakups, four forced fumbles, one fumble recovery.

YOUNG’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS YEAR G-GS UA-A-TOT TFL SACK INT PBU FF FR 2006 2-0 0-0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1-34 0 0 0 2007 13-0 7-5-12 1.0-11 1.0-11 0-0 1 1 0 2008 12-11 18-22-40 1.5-4 0.5-3 1-17 0 1 0 2009 13-13 31-25-56 6.5-27 2.0-13 2-31 2 2 1 Totals 40-24 56-52-108 9.0-42 3.5-27 4-82 3 4 1 Other Stats: Young returned an interception 31 yards for a touchdown vs. Utah in the Poinsettia Bowl in 2009.

YOUNG’S CAREER GAME HIGHS Tackles: 8 (vs. USC, 2009) Tackles For Loss: 1.5 (twice, last vs. Oregon State, 2009) Sacks: 1.0 (three times, last at UCLA, 2009) Forced Fumbles: 1 (four times, last at Washington, 2009) Fumble Recoveries: 1 (vs. Arizona, 2009) Interceptions: 1 (four times, last Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009) Pass Breakups: 1 (three times, last vs. Arizona, 2009) Quarterback Hurries: 1 (vs. USC, 2009) Points: 6 (Poinsettia Bowl vs. Utah, 2009)

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CAL RECORDS AARON RODGERS Quarterback Cal Career Pass Efficiency Leader

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RECORDS NOTE: The following records do not include bowl statistics prior to the 2002 season, per NCAA rules. Active players are not listed among highest career averages | * all-time followed by modern record MOST IMPROVED WIN-LOSS RECORD 9-1

1947 (from 2-7 in 1946)

BIGGEST POINT DEFICIT OVERCOME 30

vs. Oregon, Oct. 2, 1993 (from 0-30 to 42-41)

BIGGEST POINT DEFICIT OVERCOME TO WIN 30

vs. Oregon, Oct. 2, 1993 (from 0-30 to 42-41)

TEAM - SEASON OFFENSE SCORING The 1921 “Wonder Team” went 9-1 and won the Pacific Coast Conference Championship.

TEAM - GENERAL

MOST CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES, HOME

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

26

13

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT DEFEAT, ONE SEASON

PCC: 1918, 20-23, 35t, 37-38t, 48t-50, 58 Pac-8: 1975t Pac-10: 2006t

1919-23

MOST CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE TITLES

(Including Postseason Games) 14 1910* 11 1937

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT DEFEAT, REGULAR SEASON

4 3

PCC: 1920-23* PCC: 1948t-50

MOST CONSECUTIVE UNDEFEATED SEASONS

5

1920-24

14 10

1910* 1937, 48, 49, 50

MOST LOSSES, SEASON

MOST VICTORIES, SEASON

10

(Including Postseason Games) 14 1914* 10 1937, 38, 48, 49, 91, 2004, 06

MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES, REGULAR SEASON

MOST VICTORIES, REGULAR SEASON 14 10

1914* 1948, 49, 2004

MOST CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES, ALL GAMES 18 14

1920-21* 1947-48

10

10

33-33 vs. Arizona, Oct. 1, 1983

SCORELESS TIE GAMES

33

133

22

1947-50

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT DEFEAT (Including Postseason Games) 50 1920-25* (w-46, t-4) (#3 All-Time NCAA Record) 18 1937-38 (w-17, t-1)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT DEFEAT, REGULAR SEASON 48 38

1920-25* (w-45, t-3) 1947-51 (w-37, t-1)

MOST CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES, ONE SEASON (Including Postseason Games) 13 1914* 10 1948, 49

Last time vs. Oregon, Nov. 14, 1953

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES SCORED Sept. 25, 1999-present

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES OPPONENTS SCORED 67

1970-76

MOST SHUTOUT VICTORIES, REGULAR SEASON

8 6

1923* 1937

MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT VICTORIES, REGULAR SEASON

7 3

1922-23* 1937 (twice), 1938, 1945

MOST SHUTOUT LOSSES, REGULAR SEASON

4

1930*, 39, 43

MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT LOSSES, REGULAR SEASON

144

2001

HIGHEST SCORING TIE GAME

18

MOST CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES, CONFERENCE

2001

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT WIN

MOST CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES, REGULAR SEASON 1947-50

2001

2

1906*, 09*, 43, 44

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Points Most: 510 1920* Fewest: 0 1891* 457 2003 78 1944 Points Per Game Most: 60.3 1920* Fewest: 7.6 1900* 36.9 1991 7.8 1944 Consecutive Games, 30 Points Most: 6 Dec. 28, 2006-Sept. 29, 2007 Consecutive Games, 40 Points Most: 5 Sept. 9, 2006-Oct. 7, 2006 Touchdowns Most: 72 1920* Fewest: 12 1940, 44, 60 59 2003, 04 Two-Point Conversions Attempted Most: 28 1959 Fewest: 0 Many Last time in 2009 Two-Point Conversions Made Most: 14 1958 Fewest: 0 Many Last time in 2009

KICK SCORING Points After Touchdown Attempted Most: 72 1920* Fewest: 2 1958 57 2004 Points After Touchdown Most: 67 1920* Fewest: 1 1958 56 2004 Field Goals Attempted Most: 30 2003 Fewest: 0 Many Last time in 1959 Field Goals Most: 22 1983, 88 Fewest: 0 Many Last time in 1959

TOTAL OFFENSE Plays Most: 994 2003 Net Yards Gained Most: 6061 2003 Net Yards Gained Per Game Most: 492.4 2004 Average Gain Per Play Highest: 7.03 2004

Fewest: 435

1946

Fewest: 1140

1944

Fewest: 114.0

1944

Lowest: 2.41

1944

2003

Fewest:

60

1944

2004

Fewest:

36

1944

2003

Fewest:

17

1944

1998 2003

Fewest:

1

1947

Fewest: 344

1964

FIRST DOWNS First Downs Most: 321 By Rushing Most: 146 By Passing Most: 170 By Penalty Most: 27 27

RUSHING OFFENSE Rushing Attempts Most: 656 1958


Net Yards Gained Most: 3081 2004 Average Gain Per Rush Highest: 6.1 2004 Touchdowns Rushing Most: 34 1951

Fewest: 620

1983

Lowest:

1.7

1983

Fewest:

3

1966

PASSING OFFENSE Pass Attempts Most: 452 2003 Fewest: 90 1928* 108 1950 Pass Completions Most: 278 2003 Fewest: 24 1931* 28 1937 Completion Percentage (100 att) Highest: 66.2 1979 Lowest: 24.0 1944 (270-409) (30-125) Passes Had Intercepted Fewest: 6 1961 Most: 32 1972 Percentage of Passes Had In