Cal receiver Trevon Clark ‘excused for personal reasons’ as season approaches end

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Cal head coach Justin Wilcox said Wednesday night that the program has made allowance for senior wideout Trevon Clark to handle personal affairs instead of finishing the season with the Bears.

“Trevon is excused for personal reasons right now,” Wilcox said.

The 6’4” receiver had 250 receiving yards last season, scoring two touchdowns and notching a career-long 45-yard catch against Arizona State. Clark has only played in three games this season, completing four catches for 23 total receiving yards.

Wilcox did not disclose the length of Clark’s exemption. The Bears have two guaranteed games left on the docket this season: one this Saturday against Washington State and another the following weekend against an undisclosed conference opponent determined by seeding.

All Division I players have been granted an extra year of eligibility by the NCAA due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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