Cameron Goode Accepts Hula Bowl Invite
ORLANDO, FL – The Hula Bowl announced Monday that former Cal outside linebacker Cameron Goode has accepted an invitation to participate in the 2022 edition of the game to be televised live by CBS Sports Network on Saturday, Jan. 15 (Noon ET/9 am PT). The Hula Bowl will be played in Florida for the first time in its history at UCF Bounce House Stadium in Orlando. The game was first played in 1947 and the contest has traditionally been played at a venue in the Hawaiian islands.
Below are notes on Goode with an extended bio available by clicking on his name.
Cameron Goode, OLB, 6-4, 240, Spring, TX (Klein Collins HS)
— Spent six seasons at Cal from 2016-21, starting and playing in 37 career games from 2017-21 after redshirting as a 2016 true freshman
— Finished his collegiate career with 171 tackles, 36.5 tackles for loss (-183 yards), 21.5 sacks (-132 yards), two interceptions that he returned for 70 yards and a pair of touchdowns, 10 pass breakups, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and 13 quarterback hurries
— Eighth on Cal's career sack list and 0.5 tackles for loss shy of Cal's all-time top 10
— Started and played in 11 of 12 contests as a 2021 senior when he was a second-team All-Pac-12 selection of the Associated Press and Jon Wilner's College Football Hotline while earning honorable mention recognition from the Pac-12's coaches
— Ranks second in the Pac-12 as a 2021 senior in both sacks (7.5) and sacks per game (0.68), while he led the team in both categories, as well as with 9.0 tackles for loss (-63 yards), -59 sack yards and five quarterback hurries, while totaling 46 tackles, a career-high four pass breakups and one fumble recovery