Cal Football Practice Report – Heavy Workload

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BERKELEY – The Cal football team conducted its seventh practice of the spring Friday at Kabam Field at California Memorial Stadium with a workout that included approximately 70 plays during two live team sessions in full pads. Cal will hold an open practice at the same location Saturday as part of campus-wide Cal Day festivities. Saturday’s workout is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. PT. Highlights and notes from Friday’s activities included …

  • The Faculty Fellows program hosted by Cal football that welcomes faculty members to team activities each Friday afternoon during spring practices continued with visitors including Stephen Etter (Haas School of Business), Tia Madkins (Academic Coach) and Martha Olney (Economics). The trio was welcomed by head coach Sonny Dykes and members of the coaching staff before being introduced to the players at a team meeting. Later, they visited the training room, sat in on position meetings and met with football support staff member before taking in practice.
  • Kenny Lawler had a huge practice with unofficial numbers of nine catches for 160 yards and one touchdown reception during the two live sessions
  • Daniel Lasco and Jeffrey Coprich had touchdown runs
  • The defense recorded several big plays highlighted by a safety, a fumble recovery by Michael Barton, an interception by Darius Allensworth, a sack by Brennan Scarlett, a goal line stand, and pass breakups by David Garner and Cameron Walker
  • Pac-12 Networks was on hand to gather footage and film promotional pieces with Dykes, Jared Goff, Austin Hinder, Scarlett and Walker

The Cal Spring Football Experience presented by Shaw Management Group will conclude four weeks of spring workouts on Saturday, April 26 (11 a.m. PT). Activities for the free event include also to be televised live by the Pac-12 Networks include …

  • Run On The Field With The Bears – First 100 fans in attendance will receive a ticket good for the opportunity to lead the team onto the field through the North Tunnel
  • Giveaways – First 2,500 fans receive Cal-themed food, schedule posters and t-shirts 
  • Free Youth Clinic – Free 30-minute clinic on the field for youth eighth grade and below (registration begins at 10 a.m. on Lisa and Douglas Goldman Plaza)
  • In-Game Events and Activities – Lucky fans will be able to win great prizes for competing in on-field promotional events
  • Appearances by Oski, Cal Spirit and the Cal Band
  • Pregame Fun Zone and Kids Activities
  • Cal Bears Shop Merchandise Sale
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