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Join fellow Cal alums spanning across the decades at the 2010 homecoming events held on campus this week, culminating with the annual homecoming football game featuring Cal vs. UCLA, Saturday, Oct. 9 - 12:30pm.

For a complete list of events, visit the UC Rally Committee website by clicking here, or visit the Cal Alumni Association website found here.

Wednesday 10/6 -- Homecoming Colloquium 8pm-9pm, Alumni House
- Enjoy stories about the history of Cal Football from those who know best! Join the Rally Committee and hear Joe Kapp, voice of "the Bear will not quit, the Bear will not die" relate his experiences with the Bears.

Thursday, 10/7 -- Night Rally, 8pm Bowles
- Bring music and spirit to Cal students as we cheer and show our pride! Help us pack the streets with Cal Spirit as we work our way from Bowles Hall, the Frats, and the Units, ending at Sather Gate. Join Cal Band, Dance Team, Mic Men, Oski, and the Rally Committee as we pump up the school spirit before Homecoming! Go Bears!

Friday, 10/8
- Homecoming BBQ and EA Sports Video Game Tournament, 4pm-8pm, Spieker Plaza
     - Food served starting at 5pm, tournament registration 4-5pm, tournament begins at 4pm. This event is for students, alumni, Cal fans, or anyone who enjoys free food and video games.

- Homecoming Rally, 8pm, Haas Pavilion
     - Come out and show your Cal spirit at this year's Homecoming Rally as we celebrate our love for the school and get excited for football the next day!

The theme for this year's Homecoming Week is California Love, so they'll be performances by a variety of student groups who represent why our university is so amazing!

Performers include: Cal Band, Dance Team, Oski, Main Stacks, Men's Octet, Golden Overtones, Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity Inc., Taekwondo, and more...

IMG_6300_web.jpg.jpgCoverage from the Bay Area College Football Media Day on Monday is posted at CalBears.com. Cal head coach Jeff Tedford, preseason honorable mention All-American linebacker Mike Mohamed and tailback Shane Vereen represented the Golden Bears at the event, which was hosted by the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl at Hotel Nikko in San Francisco.

 Video: Tedford | Mohamed | Vereen
 Photo Gallery | Quotes

vlcsnap-3961.jpgThe Bear Blog caught up with Mike Mohamed in Pasadena on the eve of West Coast Pac-10 Media Day after Cal's preseason All-American linebacker had made the journey down to Southern California on Wednesday

Mohamed caught a late afternoon flight, checked in at his hotel, grabbed some dinner at a local restaurant and then was still nice enough to give Bear Blog a few minutes of his time before we let him get some rest for his big day of interviews on Thursday.

Here's some of what we asked ...

Bear Blog: Tell us a little bit about your day today.
Mike Mohamed: Well I had class that went until 3:30 p.m. Once I got done with class, I just kind of got packed up and ready to go. My flight left around 7, I got here a little after 8, got a little dinner and about to hit the hay to get ready for a long day tomorrow.

BB: What are you expecting Thursday at media day?
MM: 30-40 interviews, it's going to be a grind (laughter), but I think I can get through it.

BB: What question do you fear the most at media day and how are you going to handle it?
MM: A lot of people ask about predictions or how bad you're going to beat a team, but that's something you want to stay away from. You don't want to build any of that controversy, because that just gives the media something to talk about leading up to that game.

BB: What's the craziest question you've ever been asked?
MM: Actually, I think the funniest question I've ever been asked was actually in class. Somebody asked me if we studied "The Play." If you knew anything about football, you'd know that "The Play" was just a bunch of random pitchbacks ... laterals ... it just happened by chance. For somebody to ask if we studied the play was kind of funny. 

BB: What are you looking forward to in 2010?
MM: Just some great game play from the Cal Bears. Especially at home, because we really appreciate all the fans coming out. Two years ago we went undefeated at home and that's what we want to try to replicate.

The Pac-10 media tour continued Wednesday on the East Coast. Here's a few of the group's activities of the day.

The group will be back on the West Coast at the Rose Bowl on Thursday for Pac-10 Media Day. Stay tuned, we'll have more from Thursday.

2010 Cal Football: Schedule | Tickets
Pac-10 Media Day Coverage: Pac-10 Website | Bear Blog

Cal head coach Jeff Tedford and preseason All-American linebacker Mike Mohamed will participate in a series of activities for a bi-coastal Pac-10 Media Day running this Tuesday-Thursday, July 27-29.

For more information, visit CalBears.com.

2010 Cal Football: Single-Game Tickets & 3-Game Plan | Season Tickets | Schedule | Build Your Own Billboard
Manning Award Website

Senior quarterback Kevin Riley has been added to the Manning Award Watch List. The award, sponsored by the Allstate Sugar Bowl, is releasing its 2010 watch list one player per day through its official website, Facebook and Twitter pages. Riley is the ninth player to be named on a list that is being announced in completely random order.

For the full story, visit CalBears.com.

2010 Cal Football Tickets: Single-Game & 3-Game Plan | Season | Schedule

Single-game tickets for 2010 Cal football home games are on sale now. Visit CalBears.com or call 800-GO BEARS to purchase tickets for any of the seven contests on the team's 2010 home schedule.

For the full story, visit CalBears.com.

crowdsource_518x282.jpg2010 Cal Football: Tickets | Schedule | Build Your Own Billboard

Cal wants your help selecting which billboards will be in your neighborhood this season. Vote for your favorite Cal football gameday photos. The top five selections will be featured on billboards throughout the Bay Area beginning in August. Voting ends Monday, July 26 at 5:00 p.m. PST.

2010 Cal Football: Tickets | Schedule | CFI Preseason All-American Team

 

Junior punter Bryan Anger, junior tight end Anthony Miller and senior linebacker Mike Mohamed added to their 2010 preseason honors on Wednesday when they earned honorable mention recognition on the inaugural College Football Insiders Preseason All-American team.

For more visit CalBears.com.

Event Coverage: Day 1 Photo Gallery | Video Webstream Broadcast | Golfstat.com Live Stats | Bear Blog

Check out how the first day of the 2010 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championships looked through the lense of photographer Jamie Hines, who captured the Golden Bears in action during the first 36 holes of the event on Monday.

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