It's Cal week, which means it's time to take a look at the Bears' depth chart to see which running back is going to set career highs this week. If you haven't been paying attention over the last decade or so, Cal running backs shred WSU. The Bears have had some great running backs in recent years, but it hasn't just been the stars posting huge numbers against the Cougars.
Some of you may have drank away memories of Cal running backs running free, but those of you who didn't could have a good shot at today's trivia questions:
Q1: Since 2000, which Cal running back has the most cumulative rushing yards against the Cougars and how many yards did he have?
Q2: Since 2002, seven running backs have topped 100 yards in a game against WSU. Name the seven.
Q3: The ground success hasn't exactly been a two-way street. Dwight Tardy finished his career with 20 rushes against the Bears, how many yards did he gain?
What we learned in the Pac-12: Week 5 - ESPN
5. Northern impressions: With the Oregon State and Washington victories, the Pac-12 North moves to 5-0 against the South. In previous weeks, Oregon State beat Utah in overtime, Washington State beat USC and Stanford beat ASU. The average score of those five games is 36-23. Next week brings us only one North-South matchup when Oregon makes a trip to Colorado. Arizona, Oregon State and USC are on byes and UCLA and Utah play the only South matchup. Stanford hosts Washington, WSU is at Cal, and ASU takes on Notre Dame.
Pac-12 bowl projections: Week 5 - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Gildan New Mexico Bowl (Dec. 21): Washington State vs. MWC
Here are three things we learned from Stanford's 55-17 victory over Washington State on Saturday:
Not only is the shine off this Seattle road show, the rust is on. Well, an inch of rain will do that.
While the Cougar Football team and fan were at the west side of the state for The Seattle Game, there was still a lot happening at Martin Stadium during the Cougar Football Saturday.