Cal Bears basketball podcast with Morris Phillips: Pac 12 TV scheduling an issue with some fans trying to get to the game; Cal has successful run against Colorado Saturday

February 6, 2017

Cal Bears, NCAA

California’s Grant Mullins keeps the ball from Utah’s Sedrick Barefield, right, in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017, in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)

The Cal Bears played at home on their second consecutive Sunday including Super Bowl Sunday where they had a relatively small crowd and also the week before that against the Stanford Cardinal. The Cardinal game drew well in attendance around 10,000 but obviously the opponent has everything to do with that. Also the Colorado Buffaloes came in and they had lost their first seven games in the Pac 12 Conference games their just not a competitor as far as who’s going to come out of the Pac 12.

There is no doubt that everyone involved in the Pac 12 would like to see some normalcy to the schedule and not having to look every week to find out what time the game starts. They had Utah on Thursday at 8:00 PM, The next home game is against Oregon two weeks from now will be a 6:00PM on a Thursday. There’s issues to when these games are televised and who can get there to see it live.

Morris Phillips does the Cal Bears podcasts each week for


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