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Cal vs. Washington State Football Insta-Recap & Rate the Game: Bears Survive, Win 42-39
California's defense gave up 17 points in the second half
The California Golden Bears (4-6, 2-5 Pac-12) held on in the fourth quarter to defeat the Washington State Cougars (4-6, 1-6 Pac-12) Saturday.
The Golden Bears defense gave up 483 total offensive yards to the Cougars and let the visiting team outscore them 17-14 in the second half.
A bright spot in California’s defensive play in its last home game of the season was inside linebacker Cade Uluave. Uluave recovered two fumbles, including a 51-yard scoop-and-score touchdown, on Washington State’s first drive of the game.
Jaydn Ott, California’s star running back, did the heavy-lifting for the Golden Bears, racking up 167 yards on 27 touches of the ball and one rushing touchdown.