BERKELEY – California’s next road game is at Utah on Saturday, Oct. 14 starts from Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City at 1 pm MT/noon PT. Pac-12 Network will televise the contest.
Cal and Utah split the 12 games they played all-time with Utah winning three of the five Pac-12 contests since the Utes joined the conference in 2011. In those five games, the home team won the every occasion. Utah was a 35-0 winner the last time the teams played in 2019 in Salt Lake City, while Cal’s last win over the Utes was in 2018 when a dramatic goal line drive ended the final offensive series in Utah and gave the Golden Bears a 28 -23 victory in Berkeley.
Cal (3-2, 1-1 Pac-12) will first host No. 15 Oregon State (4-1, 1-1 Pac-12) on Saturday (7 pm PT, Pac-12 Network) before traveling to Utah, while the Utes have a bye this week.
Kickoff times and television broadcast networks for all remaining Cal regular season games in 2023 are scheduled to be announced either six or 12 days in advance. Cal will have a bye after its trip to Utah before returning to action at home against No. 9 USC (Oct. 28) to end October. Cal’s November schedule begins with a trip to No. 8 Oregon (Nov. 4) before welcoming No. 13 Washington State (Nov. 11) for his final home game of the campaign. Cal concludes its regular season with back-to-back road contests in the 126th Big Game at Stanford (Nov. 18) and the Rose Bowl against UCLA (Nov. 25).
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