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Cal Golden Bears

The Golden Bears football team is the college football team of the University of California, Berkeley. The team plays its home games at picturesque California Memorial Stadium. Built to honor Berkeley alumni, students, and other Californians who died in World War I, and modeled after the Colosseum in Rome, Memorial Stadium was named one of the 40 best college football stadiums by the Sporting News. The team also has produced two of the oddest and most memorable plays in college football: Roy "Wrong Way" Riegels' fumble recovery and run toward the Cal goal line in the 1929 Rose Bowl, and The Play in the 1982 Cal-Stanford game with the winning kickoff return after five laterals. The current head coach is Jeff Tedford, who began his tenure in 2002.


Stadium Clips (Right-click, Save-As) Situation
 Cal Marching Band - Fight for California Cal Fight Song
 Cal Marching Band - Make Way for the Bears Prior to kickoff.
 Cal Marching Band - Big C Defensive stop on 3rd/4th down
 Cal Marching Band - Roll On After field goal, turnover.
 Cal Marching Band - California Drinking Song Start of the 4th quarter.


California Memorial Stadium
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