Former California coach Jeff Tedford has been hired as offensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
It’s true Sonny Dykes’ Cal Golden Bears are in a tough position in the Pac-12 North. But the good news is that expectations are in check in Berkeley.
California reached a settlement with former football coach Jeff Tedford on Monday that will pay him up to $5.55 million for the final three seasons of his contract.
Cal formally introduced Sonny Dykes as its football coach Thursday, replacing the fired Jeff Tedford after three years at Louisiana Tech.
California hired Louisiana Tech coach Sonny Dykes on Wednesday to take over for the fired Jeff Tedford.
After 11 seasons as California’s head coach that included nine winning seasons, Jeff Tedford is out as the Bears head coach, a source told CBS on Tuesday.
California coach Jeff Tedford said he expects to meet next week with athletic director Sandy Barbour to discuss his future after the Golden Bears finish their worst season during Tedford’s tenure.
The California Golden Bears couldn’t hold onto the football or protect their quarterback in a 21-10 loss to Texas in the Holiday Bowl on Wednesday night.
California coach Jeff Tedford has been reprimanded by the Pac-12 Conference for criticizing officials days after a 36-33 overtime win at Colorado.
In what will be a season filled with changes, the most noticeable one for the Golden Bears will be moving across the bay from Berkeley to play at the San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park while Memorial Stadium is renovated.