Evan Weaver does not mince words in victory. After leading his team in tackles yet again, the California Golden Bears linebacker was quite ecstatic to share how he felt after beating Stanford.
Weaver also made sure to make note of the amazing Cal support.
Making Stanford ➡️ Bear Territory pic.twitter.com/taUqwL2doj— Cal Football (@CalFootball) November 24, 2019
Full postgame video from Weaver available below.
Weaver also got to see his dad in the postgame mob at midfield!
Nikko Remigio, the unsung hero of the Big Game, was candidly honest about how he felt.
I asked @CalFootball WR Nikko Remigio what he was doing amidst this mayhem: “To be honest with you, I was crying like a baby.”— David Lombardi (@LombardiHimself) November 24, 2019
Remigio had nine catches, 157 yards and a touchdown, the first Cal receiver to break 100 yards in a game this season and the highest receiving total in any Big Game since Geoff MacArthur went wild in 2003. Watch the rest of Remigio’s postgame presser below.
Justin Wilcox couldn’t have been more thrilled.
Wilcox’s interview on the field with Cal fans all around with the Pac-12 Networks.
Chase Garbers played it cool for being a hero.
Garbers’s postgame interview with the Pac-12 Network.
Great team win! We got that axe back https://t.co/lX7OLvehzo— Chase Garbers (@chase_garbers3) November 24, 2019
I think you get a sense as to how Wilcox was feeling after the game...
As well as Garbers.