The Oregon Ducks face the Cal Bears in a game tonight which sees one team trying to atone for its sole loss on the schedule and the other trying to keep its season from going off the rails. Oregon was considered a likely participant in the college football playoffs in 2014, but a surprise loss to Arizona has put the team behind the eight ball, even as two dominant wins have followed. California is 4-3 with two losses in a row, and needs a win today to keep its winning record intact. Tonight’s game has a late start time, airs on a hard to find TV channel, and will also be available as a live stream online.
Oregon has knocked off UCLA and Washington in successive weeks, and now sits at number six in the polls with a 6-1 overall record and a 3-1 Pac 12 conference record. Cal has won games by the surreal scores of 60-59 and 59-56, but the offense ran out of gas somewhat the past two weeks as the defense continued its season long struggle. Cal has home field advantage today at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, and is hoping the home crowd will serve as enough of a boost to pull off the upset. However some Ducks fans will travel south for the game, which is vaguely within driving distance.
Tonight’s Oregon vs Cal college football schedule game has a start time of 10:00pm eastern time, 7:00pm pacific time, and airs on TV channel FS1 (Fox Sports 1). Those who can’t find that channel on the dial can turn instead to pac-12.com/live to watch the game as a live stream online.