The California Golden Bears are back on the football field in what feels like eons. Cal began their fall practice circuit this weekend after receiving clearance from the state of California to return to full football practices.
The 2020 season will be unlike any season in recent memory and will kick off on November 7. The schedule will consist of six games with a seventh game to be played based upon the results from the entire Pac-12’s first six games, and will be played during Pac-12 Championship Week.
We are back!!! pic.twitter.com/7lmYGX6sak— Cal Football (@CalFootball) October 9, 2020
The Cal Bears social media accounts treated us with a rare look inside the practice walls as this season’s practice availability will be extremely limited.
Could get used to this pic.twitter.com/etemNnR8g8— Cal Football (@CalFootball) October 9, 2020
Some of the players even helped give us a look to the practice fields — including linebacker Kuony Deng.
Back like we never left‼️ pic.twitter.com/2O2Oij2l7V— Kuony Deng (@Kd_2Three) October 9, 2020
And wide receive Nikko Remigio — who also shared a similar message, simply saying ‘yeah, we back’
Yeah.. We back pic.twitter.com/pvPaI67pZo— Nikko Keli’i Remigio (@nikkoremigio) October 9, 2020
The Cal football twitter account also gave us a few more looks inside the first day of fall camp and we’ll be sure to continually monitor all that we can get our eyes on this year.
Day 1 ☑️ pic.twitter.com/EsEtZcr5GJ— Cal Football (@CalFootball) October 10, 2020
Now, for your daily links about the Cal Bears starting their 2020 fall practice training camp ahead of this season:
Cal football returns for first 2020 practice | 247Sports
Stanford, Cal teams begin football practice | San Francisco Chronicle
All four California teams cleared for training camp | Mercury News
Michael Saffell: It’s our turn | CalBearsMaven
Cal Football Day 2 | Bear Insider
Cal becomes final Pac-12 team to be given clearance | 247Sports