Cal football game summary bears lose to no. 9 oregon

    Cal came within two yards of sending Friday’s game into overtime, but the Bears lost by no. 9 Oregon 24-17 at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon.

    A chase ends incomplete at fourth and goal from the Oregon 2-yard line with two seconds remaining ended Cal’s chance.

    Reading: Cal football game summary bears lose to no. 9 oregon

    here are the facts:

    oregon 24, cal 17

    records: cal (1-5, 0-3 pac-12), oregon (5-1, 2-1 pac-12)

    player of the game: travis dye, running back from oregon. With the Ducks’ top running back, CJ Verdell, in the off-season, Dye rushed for 145 yards and also caught seven passes for 72 yards.

    turning point: chase garbers threw an incomplete pass on fourth-and-goal from the oregon 2-yard line with two seconds remaining.

    key play 1: on oregon’s first possession, travis dye had a 24-yard run that moved the ball to the 41st cal, and camden lewis eventually kicked a 29-yard field goal , giving Oregon a 3-0 lead with 10:42 remaining in the first quarter.

    key play 2: chase garbers threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to tight end jake tonges, who ran the ball across the goal line before going out of bounds. Garbers went 5-for-7 for 42 yards on the 13-play, 75-yard drive, giving Cal a 7-3 lead with 5:23 remaining in the first quarter.

    Key Play 3: On a fourth-and-sixth play from the 32-yard line, Anthony Brown completed a 2-yard pass to Travis Dye, leaving the Ducks four yards from the first down. He gave Cal the ball at his own 30-yard line with 2:29 left in the first quarter.

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    key play 4: on 3rd and 14 plays from the cal 21, anthony brown completed a pass to kris huston, but cal safety Elijah Hicks forced a fumble that hicks recovered. at the cal 11-yard line with 10:32 remaining in the first half

    Key Game 5: On a fourth-and-4 play from the Oregon 30-yard line, Cal’s Chase Garbers was sacked for a 3-yard loss, keeping the score 7-3.

    key play 6: ducks receiver devon williams had receptions of 21 and 19 yards on a drive that ended with travis dye’s 11-yard touchdown run, giving him gave Oregon a 10-7 lead with 5:21 left at the half.

    key play 7: on a third and 4 play from cal’s 35, oregon quarterback anthony brown is sacked and fumbles, and cal’s marqez bimage recovers it with 16 Seconds left in the first half, which ends with Oregon winning 10-7.

    Key Play 8: A 26-yard reception from Cal’s Jeremiah Hunter, who lost his shoe before making the catch, set up Dario Longhetto’s 45-yard field, tying the score at 10- 10 with 8:34 remaining in the third quarter.

    key play 9: cal’s jeremiah hunter made a 31-yard reception as part of an 80-yard drive that ended with a 4-yard touchdown pass from chase garbers to gavin reinwald. gave cal a 17-10 lead with 14:29 remaining in the fourth quarter.

    key game 10: anthony brown threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to jaylon redd, tying the score 17-17.

    key play 11: anthony brown completed a 39-yard pass to travis dye to move the ball to the cal 25-yard line, and brown capped the 70-yard drive with an 11-run pass touchdown in the yard. gave Oregon a 24-17 lead with 4:50 to go.

    key game 12: on fourth and goal from the 2-yard line chase garbers threw an incomplete pass with two seconds left in the game.

    Game stat:Cal forced two Oregon turnovers, and the Bears didn’t commit any turnovers. Oregon entered the game with a turnover margin of plus-11.

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    QB Stats: the cal chase garbers went 25 of 43 for 247 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. Oregon quarterback Anthony Brown was 20-for-28 for 244 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions.

    what it means: cal hasn’t beaten a top-10 on the road since 1969, when the bassists beat world no. 10 Indiana in Bloomington, Indiana. cal has yet to beat an fbs team this season.

    player availability: cal: outside linebacker kuony deng (lower body) missed his fourth straight game on saturday and is likely to be out a bit longer. Cal running back Decarlos Brooks missed his third straight game with an unspecified injury, and starting nose guard Stanley Mckenzie is out for the season. Freshman cornerback Lu-Magia Hearns III, who had become a starter, was available only on an emergency basis due to an unspecified injury. he didn’t play on Friday.

    oregon: ducks defensive end kayvon thibodeaux sat out the first half of friday’s game after being ejected for scoring in the second half of oregon’s game against stanford. he played in the second half on friday against cal. CJ Verdell, who was Oregon’s leading rusher heading into this weekend, did not play Friday and will be out for the rest of the season after suffering an injury against Cal. Starting safety Bennett Williams is also missing for the season. Freshman defensive end Bradyn Swinson returned for Friday’s game after missing the previous three games with injury.

    Lime Bowl Barometer: Lime Bowl chances reduced to around 10 percent. the bears would need to win five of their remaining six games to be eligible for a bowl.

    next game: cal plays colorado in berkeley on saturday october 23rd. start: 12:30 p.m. m. television: pac-12 network. Colorado (2-4, 1-2 PAC-12) beat winless Arizona 34-0 on Saturday. Cal hasn’t faced the Buffalos since 2018, and the Bears are 4-0 all-time against Colorado.


    chase garbers cover photo by jaime valdez, usa today sports


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