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Cal-Nevada Postgame Notes

Sep 4, 2021
Miles Williams Hauled In His First Career INT On Saturday
  • Cal lost a regular-season non-conference game for the first time under head coach Justin Wilcox with the Golden Bears previously 9-0 in non-conference regular-season games in the Wilcox era
  • Cal scored on its first two possessions since scoring on its first four drives against North Texas in 2019 to mark the third time in the Wilcox era that Cal scored back-to-back touchdowns to start a game (Colorado in 2018 and Oregon State in 2017).
  • Making his first career start, Damien Moore scored his first career touchdown on the opening drive of the season and finished with a career high with 15 carries (79 yards)
  • Miles Williams secured his first career interception in the fourth quarter
  • DeCarlos Brooks notched his first career touches, totaling 46 yards, including a 38-yarder that was Cal's longest player of the game, on two carries
  • Josh Drayden tied his career high with two pass breakups
  • JH Tevis notched a career-high 2.5 tackles for loss
  • Evan Tattersall recorded his first career sack
  • Jeremiah Hunter hauled in his first career reception in the first quarter
  • Punter Jamieson Sheahan made his second career tackle after making his first career stop at Oregon State in 2020
  • Luc Bequette played his 54th collegiate game (43rd at Cal) and made his 50th career start (39th at Cal).
  • In addition to Moore, Ben Coleman also made his first career start on offense as did Collin Gamble on defense
  • Seven players - Justin Richard Baker, Marqez Bimage, Lu-Magia Hearns III, Hunter, Keleki Latu, Stanley McKenzie and Raymond Woodie III - made their Cal debuts
  • Cal now leads the all-time series over Nevada, 32-7-1
  • Tonight's attendance was 35,117