California Rumors & News

  • Cal receiver Kenny Lawler adds size, strength

    San Jose Mercury News "Junior Kenny Lawler was Cal's most dangerous receiver by the end of last season, and now he's added strength in the offseason. Coach Sonny Dykes has seen the results after five days of spring workouts. "To me, Kenny's a different guy," Dykes said. "He's come back stronger and bigger and more..." March 20

  • Cal won't block Brennan Scarlett from transferring to Stanford

    San Jose Mercury News "Cal will not stand in Brennan Scarlett's way of transferring to play his senior football season at rival Stanford, interim athletic director Michael Williams said Tuesday. "Cal athletics will support Brennan's request," Williams wrote in an email reply to questions from this newspaper. The..." March 11

  • Brennan Scarlett leaves Cal football, grad school transfer for final year of eligibility

    California Golden Blogs "What has been worried about since the end of the season has been confirmed. Ryan Gorcey has confirmed through head coach Sonny Dykes that starting Cal defensive end Brennan Scarlett is leaving the program. Scarlett will graduate and use his final year of eligibility at another program, a la Avery..." March 10

  • Ex-Vol WR Vic Wharton headed to Cal

    Tennessean "Former Independence and Tennessee wide receiver Vic Wharton will transfer to Cal. Wharton announced his decision Saturday on Twitter. "Excited to announce that I will be attending the University of California next year! Thankful for the memories made at Tennessee. #GoBears," Wharton..." March 09

  • Notre Dame announces graduate transfer of Avery Sebastian

    Inside the Irish "A few days after safety Avery Sebastian announced his intentions, Notre Dame made the commitment and graduate transfer of the former Cal safety official. Sebastian will enroll in graduate school and join the team in June. “Avery Sebastian is an experienced and versatile player,” head coach..." February 18

  • Avery Sebastian transfers to Notre Dame

    California Golden Blogs "Cal safety Avery Sebastian has made his decision to transfer to Notre Dame next season. Time to go get those wins against USC and Stanford! Avery has one year of eligibility left, but Cal did not offer the grad program of his choice, so it was in his best interest to find a program that did...." February 13

  • Keith Washington flips commitment to Michigan from California

    Maize N Brew "The three-star athlete has joined the 2015 class as Michigan's 12th commitment. Another surprise for the Wolverines. Michigan has landed its second commitment of the day in the form of 2015 athlete Keith Washington (Prattville, Alabama), who has flipped his pledge to the Wolverines from..." February 04

  • Chris Harper declares for NFL Draft

    California Golden Blogs "California Golden Bears wide receiver Chris Harper is taking his talents to the next level. He's on his way to the NFL Draft. If there was anything Harper was as a Golden Bear, it was consistent. He always wanted to come to Cal, and after Harper got offered, he was quick to flip from SMU and..." January 07

  • Gamecocks await decision of QB prospect Brandon McIlwain

    The Post and Courier "South Carolina won't have to wait much longer to learn if it's won the recruiting battle for junior quarterback Brandon McIlwain of Newtown, Pa. McIlwain said he has made his decision and will announce it on Wednesday. McIlwain's final four schools were USC, Penn State, Auburn and..." December 29

  • Cal loses top tackler, leading picker to season-ending injury

    College Football Talk "For the second time in as many seasons, Griffin Piatt has seen his season cut short because of injury. A Cal spokesperson confirmed to ESPN.com‘s Kyle Bonagura that the safety will miss the remainder of the 2014 season due to an unspecified knee injury. Piatt suffered the injury in the Golden..." October 14

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN.com "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 09

  • Cal faces wrongful death lawsuit

    ESPN.com "The family of Ted Agu, a Cal player who died after a training run with teammates in February, will file a wrongful death lawsuit against The Regents of the University of California. A news conference will be held Tuesday at the Alameda County Courthouse in Oakland to announce the suit. Agu,..." August 04

  • Quarterback Ross Bowers commits to California Bears

    California Golden Blogs "Josh Rosen. Brady White. Jake Browning. Travis Waller. The list of quarterbacks that the Bears missed out on in the 2015 class is long as it is star-studded. We can, of course, debate ad infinitum about whether or not they could have, or even realistically should have snagged a commitment from any..." July 08

  • Jacob Wark transfers to join Beaver Nation

    CSN Northwest "The return of Jacob Wark to the Pacific Northwest is now official, as Oregon State football has announced he has joined their program as a transfer from California. The 6-foot-4, 250 pound tight end from Tualatin will be granted immediate eligibility by the NCAA after graduating from Cal in..." June 19

  • Report: James Looney transfers to Cal

    CSN Bay Area "Wake Forest defensive end James Looney is transferring to Cal, according to a CBSSports.com report. James Looney is the brother of 49ers guard Joe Looney, giving the Bears a potential starter with an NFL bloodline, and at a unit that was otherwise bone dry." May 16

  • Zach Kline tweets he will play for Butte College in the fall, not Oregon State

    Oregonian "Looks like Zach Kline won't transfer to Oregon State, after all. Kline recently tweeted that he plans to play for Butte College in the fall after reportedly planning to join the Beavers for fall camp. Kline visited a spring practice in Corvallis earlier this month but denied a request for an..." April 30

  • Cal football has no place to go but up

    San Jose Mercury News "Cal is banking on Year 2 of the Sonny Dykes era to be much better than the first, if for no other reason than it can't get much worse. Dykes and the Bears opened spring practice Monday at Memorial Stadium hoping the rain that fell for more than half the session could help wash away thoughts of..." April 03

  • Clueless coach cites dead player in rules argument

    New York Post "Bret Bielema made an impassioned case in favor of the much-scrutinized proposal to slow down college offenses on Thursday night. And the Arkansas coach isn’t about to back down, despite a host of criticism from up-tempo, no-huddle coaches across the country. Bielema, speaking to the media..." February 22

  • Bret Bielema apologizes for 'death certificates' remarks

    CBSSports.com "Bret Bielema may not be a fan of the hurry-up-no-huddle offense, but he didn't waste a lot of time in offering an apology about recent comments he made, either. "It was brought to my attention that remarks I made yesterday evening while discussing a proposed rule change were unintentionally..." February 22

  • In memory of Agu: Cal teammates, family honor a life cut too short

    Fox Sports "With tears falling from cheeks under the light of a near-full moon, more than 1,000 people stood in arms Wednesday night to pay tribute to Ted Agu, the 21-year-old, UC-Berkeley junior and defensive lineman who died suddenly last Friday morning during a routine training run. In a mass of..." February 14

  • Cal's Sonny Dykes has faith in two new defensive coaches

    San Jose Mercury News "Cal football coach Sonny Dykes called the hiring of his latest two defensive coaches "a make-it or break-it deal" for the future of his regime but stopped short of confirming movement on his staff is done. Still left to sort out are position assignments, which Dykes expects to announce within..." February 08

  • Cal, San Jose State, Stanford recruiting classes

    San Jose Mercury News "SIGNING CLASSES Players who signed football national letters of intent with Bay Area colleges Wednesday: CAL Player Pos. Hometown Ht. Wt. Hamilton Anoa'i OLB San Mateo 6-2 225 Versatile player flipped from..." February 08

  • Cal football player, Ted Agu, collapses and dies during workout

    San Jose Mercury News "Ted Agu, a 21-year-old member of the Cal football team, died Friday morning during a conditioning workout. "This is a very difficult time for our football family," Cal coach Sonny Dykes said in a statement. "Ted was a remarkable young man and a member of this family who was highly respected and..." February 07

  • Cal hires Cincinnati’s Art Kaufman to be the Bears new defensive coordinator

    CBSSports.com "California has hired Art Kaufman to lead its much-maligned defense, according to a source. The team was informed Wednesday of the hiring of Kaufman, who led Cincinnati's defense last season. Kaufman was with Tommy Tuberville at Texas Tech in 2012 and Cincinnati in 2013 before being let go this..." January 23

  • Predicting Destinations for Top 25 Uncommitted 2014 College Football Recruits

    Bleacher Report "Top uncommitted recruits are without a doubt the hottest commodities on the recruiting trail right now. At this point, many of the nation's best prospects have a decision on where they are going to college. Yet some recruits are still mulling their options. That means college coaches are..." January 20

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