The kickoff time for Cal’s November 6 road game against Arizona has been set. This Saturday game will begin at noon Pacific time and will be televised by Pac-12 Network.
Tucson is in the Mountain Time Zone, but it operates on the same timeframe as California until November 6. On November 7, California switches from Pacific Daylight Time to Pacific Standard Time, and at that time Tucson Time will be one hour ahead of California. time. But the Nov. 6 game will kick off at noon in California and noon in Tucson.
Cal (2-5, 1-3 Pac-12) hosts Oregon (5-2, 3-1) this Saturday in a 4 p.m. game. The Beavers are listed as 1 1/2 point favorites in this game as of Monday morning.
The following week, Cal will face Arizona at Arizona Stadium. Arizona is 0-7 this season and has lost 19 straight games heading into Saturday’s game at USC.
The Wildcats nearly earned their first win on Friday as they held a 16-7 lead over Washington early in the fourth quarter. But Arizona ultimately lost that game 21-16.
Arizona leads the all-time series against Cal, 18-14-2, and Cal hasn’t faced the Wildcats since 2018.
Arizona has won the last five meetings with Cal, and the Golden Bears haven’t beaten the Wildcats in Tucson since 2004, when Cal was ranked No. 7 in the nation and Aaron Rodgers was the Bears’ quarterback.
Kickoff times and TV broadcast networks for each of Cal’s final three games of the 2021 regular season will be announced six or 12 days in advance. Cal will host USC for its final home contest which will also serve as the Senior Day and Joe Roth Game on Nov. 13 before closing out the regular season on the road at Stanford (Nov. 20) in the 124th Big Game and UCLA (Nov. 27).
Arizona quarterback Will Plummer’s cover photo is by Joe Camporeale, USA TODAY Sports
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