The California Golden Bears held their first football scrimmage of this young training camp this past weekend, but that wasn’t all for your Bears in the news.
We officially got our first look at star secondary player Camryn Bynum, we got to see a full Chase Garbers interview and we were treated to a virtual homecoming, of sorts, on the Pac-12 Network.
Here’s what’s going on around Berkeley.
The Garbers family is ready for week one!— Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) October 16, 2020
Check out @CalFootball quarterback @ChaseGarbers’ full interview, where he previews the 2020 season, ➡️ https://t.co/tydaQnTYLa#BackThePac | #Pac12FB pic.twitter.com/PM5ZtBiqL6
QB Chase Garbers explained just how he (and his family) are ready for Week 1 of the shortened, altered 2020 season.
look who it is pic.twitter.com/zNn646w9b0— Cal Football (@CalFootball) October 17, 2020
Cal’s football Twitter account officially gave us a smiling, very happy Cam Bynum on the practice fields, with of course a perfect song choice.
Saturday.— Cal Football (@CalFootball) October 17, 2020
Time to throw the pads on. pic.twitter.com/7gb85PeDEh
And then the Cal football team celebrated a Saturday in the fall with some scrimmage action and most importantly, full pads on for the first time in a simulated event this year.
The Pac-12 Network got in on the action this weekend as well — streaming and televising three separate Cal games from years of past.
Virtual Homecoming— Cal Football (@CalFootball) October 17, 2020
Relive some of our favorite homecoming games on @Pac12Network today! pic.twitter.com/P4tZJnQHkM
It may look different than years past — but the Cal football team is back to work on the field.
Pads— Cal Football (@CalFootball) October 16, 2020
Time to work. pic.twitter.com/24VnSJ5ql6
And here’s the rest of your news from the weekend surrounding your Cal Bears:
A different look to training camp
Michael Saffell named to Rimington Trophy Watch List
Cal teams earn Newmark Award for academic success
Cam Goode named to 2020 Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list
#WeAreUnited movement helped with 2020 Pac-12 season liftoff