The Golden Bears (3-7, 2-5) lost for the fourth time in six games at their renovated stadium and are assured of missing out on a bowl for the second time in three seasons.
Stefphon Jefferson ran for 141 yards and scored his third touchdown with 36 seconds remaining as Nevada spoiled the reopening of Memorial Stadium by beating California 31-24 on Saturday.
With the season opener against Nevada on Sept. 1, California officially opened the doors for a behind-the-scenes look at Memorial Stadium on Friday.
Officials at UC Berkeley insist the Cal football team will play in the remodeled Memorial Stadium for its season opener on September 1st, even if work is not complete.
A renovated Memorial Stadium on the UC Berkeley campus is scheduled to open in September. But there are some on campus who question whether the university had adequate funds to finance the project in the first place.
An itinerant construction worker who has been perched on a wall at San Jose City Hall for more than a week has no plans to leave, even as he is the only remnant of the Occupy San Jose protest.
As the Cal football team prepares to kick off its season Saturday at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, many Berkeley businesses are wondering what this season will be like without any games on campus. Due to seismic retrofit work, Berkeley’s Memorial Stadium won’t be ready until 2012.
The Golden Bears have called it home since 1923, but it’s now going through an extensive renovation. Hailey in Berkeley asked this Good Question: What will Cal’s new Memorial Stadium look like?
Andrew Luck didn’t throw a touchdown pass for the first time this season in Stanford’s latest game, but that didn’t matter after the sophomore led his team to a come-from-behind win that kept its Rose Bowl hopes alive.