California Rumors & News

  • Incoming Cal freshman LB Chris Fatilua suffers 'significant, serious' spinal cord injury

    Sporting News - NCAAF "California incoming freshman linebacker Chris Fatilua suffered a serious spinal cord injury Monday and his long-term prognosis is not known at this time.  Fatilua's family released a statement through the school on Wednesday explaining that Fatilua suffered the injury..." June 14

  • Texas lands commitment from Cal grad transfer Tre Watson

    College Football Talk "Earlier this month, Cal graduate transfer Tre Watson narrowed his choice of potential landing spots to LSU, Texas and Texas Tech. A couple of days later, Watson whittled down those choices to the schools from the Lone Star State. Sunday evening, the running back revealed his next collegiate..." May 07

  • LSU, Texas, Texas Tech the finalists for Cal transfer RB Tre Watson

    College Football Talk "At some point this week, one Power Five program will (likely) be the beneficiary of a graduate transfer from one of their fellow Power Fives. According to Adam Rittenberg of, Tre Watson has whittled his transfer to-do list down to three schools — LSU, Texas and Texas Tech. As had..." May 03

  • Cal RB transfer Tre Watson schedules LSU visit

    SEC Country "LSU’s starting running back may not even be on the current roster, after all. As coach Ed Orgeron explores all options to restock his backfield this spring, a new name has surfaced on the graduate transfer market. California running back Tre Watson is in line to make an official visit to LSU on..." April 16

  • Michigan WR Maurice Ways says he's transferring to California

    Michigan Live "Maurice Ways has decided on where's transferring. And he's headed out west. The former Michigan wide receiver announced Sunday plans to play his fifth and final season of eligibility at the University of California in Berkeley. "Blessings on blessings on blessings," Ways wrote on..." March 19

  • Louisville DC Peter Sirmon resigns, joins Cal as associate HC

    Louisville Courier-Journal "Peter Sirmon has resigned as the defensive coordinator of the Louisville football team, "effective immediately," the program announced Friday. Sirmon spent one season as the Cardinals' defensive coordinator. His defense finished 62nd in the country in total defense, allowing 388.1 yards per..." January 19