Cal at Washington State cancelled due to COVID tracing for the Bears

Season might be over.

Cal’s glorious 2020 football campaign might be coming to an end. And it starts and end with COVID cases quarantining our defensive line.

So, if you’re keeping track at home, here’s how Cal’s season has gone.

  • Game 1 against Washington: Cancelled due to defensive line positive case, plus contact tracing quarantine of too many defensive lineman to be able to play.

  • Game 2 against ASU: Cancelled due to an outbreak on the Arizona State team.

  • Game 2 against UCLA: Rescheduled to play UCLA on around a day-and-a-half notice, with the defensive line coming out of quarantine.

  • Game 3 against Oregon State: Three offensive line starters quarantined due to a COVID positive case. Bears playing with bare minimum of needed offensive line starters.

  • Game 4 against Stanford: Three offensive line starters quarantined due to a COVID positive case. Bears playing with bare minimum of needed offensive line starters.

  • Game 5 against Oregon: Cal plays with basically their full team. Wins.

  • Game 6 against Washington State: Cancelled due to defensive line positive case, plus contact tracing quarantine of too many defensive lineman to be able to play.

As far as I’m concerned, Cal finished this season 1-0. Congrats to the Bears on their first undefeated season since 1937!