Cal lands 4-star wide receiver Nikko Remigio

Four-star recruit Nikko Remigio is Cal’s first wide receiver commit for the class of 2018. Remigio had offers from 19 other universities including Arizona, Nebraska, USC and Wisconsin but decided in favor of Cal less than a week after receiving his offer. The University of California, Berkeley🐻#GoBears — Nikko
Read More…


14 safeties, 11 cornerbacks fight to move up food chain

Cal football has a total of 25 safeties and cornerbacks listed on its 2017 depth chart, including 16 players who are listed as interchangeable, but only two safeties and two cornerbacks will own starting spots come September. Get your popcorn ready, because with a hefty load of talent at these positions, players will have to battle it out to earn first string.
Read More…


Punter, long snapper, offensive lineman join Bears

Juniors Steven Coutts, punter, and Alonso Vera, long snapper, along with redshirt freshman Valentino Daltoso, an offensive lineman, have signed with the Cal football program. Coutts and Vera are eligible to play immediately, and Daltoso’s status for 2017 remains up in the air.
Read More…


Outlining Cal football’s 2017 linebacker lineup

Cal’s rushing defense was significantly weaker than its passing defense in the 2016 season. If the change to a 3–4 strategy and the addition of a backer can slow the game on the ground, the Bears’ defense could see large improvement. Head coach Justin Wilcox was the defensive coordinator and inside linebacker coach at Wisconsin last season. With a defensive-minded head coach, Cal football may see a change in the much maligned other side of the ball.
Read More…


Cal football weekend review highlighted by depth chart

A recent release of the depth chart for Cal football provides some insight as to who will be fighting for a chance to play for the Bears come early September. No quarterback has been named the official starter, but redshirt junior Chase Forrest and redshirt sophomore Ross Bowers are both
Read More…


Former Cal QB Gilliam receives release

Another one bites the dust for Cal athletics as rising sophomore quarterback Max Gilliam has announced he has received an unconditional release and will be eligible to transfer from Cal. Gilliam, a redshirt freshman in the 2016-17 season, did see time on the field before declaring to leave the program.
Read More…


Webb unlikely to play in 2017-18 season

Even Davis Webb’s supporters weren’t generally willing to say that he was ready to step right into the NFL as a starter; he’s too raw and too inaccurate, regardless of how big his arm is. Despite how disappointing it may have been to Webb himself, falling to the New York
Read More…


Quarterback, outfielder Brandon McIlwain to transfer to Cal

Cal athletics is experiencing the recruiting version of Christmas Eve; the presents are well insight, but the Bears will have to wait before they can be unwrapped. Brandon McIlwain, who played quarterback for the University of South Carolina last season, has announced his transfer to Cal and his intent to
Read More…