2014 Cal Bears Football Road Game Schedule
Home games in Berkeley are always loaded with excitement and fanfare,
but don't make the mistake of thinking that the buzz surrounding this team stops there. Come out and see an exciting road
game and you'll be right in the middle of an epic clash featuring some of the top athletes in the country, only you'll be
watching your Bears from a completely different perspective that every fan needs to see sooner or later. When the Bears are
in the middle of a nail-biter and you're at the edge of your seat on the road, you'll be glad that you're not anywhere else,
as watching college football first-hand will bring the whole experience to a completely different level.
Conference is one that draws attention every year and for good reason, as it's home to some of the best teams in the country
every season. This season, the Bears will take on teams like Northwestern, Arizona, Washington State and more on the road,
and each game is an opportunity to travel with the teams as the Bears look to rebound from a somewhat rough 2013 campaign.
But with some fresh new recruits and some quality returning players, the Bears are looking to take a major step forward and
end up a major factor in the always competitive PAC-12.
Cal Bears Football Team Info
Football has been
an important attribute of the University of California, Berkeley for a long time, as the football program has a history that
stretches back generations. In the many years the football team has been around, the Cal Bears have enjoyed many memorable
moments, like invites to top bowls like the Poinsettia Bowl, Emerald Bowl, Holiday Bowl and more big games. The team plays
in the Pac-12 conference, one of the most difficult conferences in all of college football and a place to find some of the
most renowned powerhouses in the nation. Put it all together and the Bears have the type of program that doesn't tend to stay
down for long, giving their fans plenty of reasons for optimism as they look to rebuild and get back up the conference standings.
NCAA Football Experience
You may eat, sleep and breathe NCAA football, but the most passionate of Cal Bears fans
don't just see the team at home, as they also head out to see the Cal Bears on the road. Some of the most crucial games are
played on the road every season, and you'll want to be there to cheer the team on in enemy territory. The more fans that show
up in support of the Bears away from home, the better the team will play, as there is something special about seeing the Bears
colors in the stands when the team is away from California Memorial Coliseum. When the Bears are looking to put together a
clutch defensive stand to seal the deal on a huge road win, you'll see that there is nothing quite like watching two powerhouses
go blow-for-blow on the gridiron.
Cal Bears Football History
This is a program that has been around for
a very long time, dating back to the 1880s and passing down the tradition of excellence from one generation to the next. It
really all came together for the Bears in the 1920s, however, as they put together a 50-game unbeaten streak to give them
one of the top stretches in college football history. This is the type of program that always has some of the very best players
in the nation, giving you plenty of reasons to participate in the tradition as the Bears look to do their thing this season.
Players like Aaron Rodgers, Marshawn Lynch, DeSean Jackson and many more have gone on to have a major impact in the NFL, and
you never know where the next superstar is going to come from.
Cal Bears Football Trivia
Did you know that Tony
Gonzalez played three seasons of basketball at Cal?
Obviously Gonzalez is one of the best tight ends in the history
of football, on any level, but he was also a dominant basketball player as well, playing a major role on the team from 1994-1996.
Cal Bears Football Fans
If you think you're the most die-hard of Cal Bears football fans, then surely you're
planning to attend at least a road game or two this season. The Cal Bears are hitting the road this year looking to take a
step forward from last season and once again give their fans some memorable moments that fans will be talking about all over
town. Though home games are definitely always loaded to the brim with great fans who know how to show their support, the same
also holds true on the road as fans sport their Bears colors as Cal digs in against some of the top teams in the country.