NFL Playoffs Schedule, Divisional Round: Ten Golden Bears And Three Cardinal Still Playing

The 2011 NFL Playoffs Divisional Round matchups have been set, and the schedules have been released. Although the San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders are both sitting at home, there are plenty of California Golden Bears and Stanford Cardinal alums that are still playing today. Well, I'm being generous to the Cardinal. They have two alums still playing, the Golden Bears have eight.

Schedule after the jump!

Saturday, Jan. 14, 2011

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers, 1:30 PM on CBS (Heinz Field in Pittsburgh)
No Golden Bears or Cardinal playing.

Green Bay Packers at Atlanta Falcons, 5 PM on FOX (Georgia Dome in Atlanta)
Packers: Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, linebacker Desmond Bishop (both from Cal)
Falcons: Tight end Tony Gonzalez, safety Thomas DeCoud (from Cal), offensive tackle Will Svitek, linebacker Coy Wire (from Stanford)

Sunday, Jan. 15, 2011 (all times pacific)

Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears, 10 AM on FOX (Soldier Field in Chicago)
Seahawks:
Running backs Justin Forsett and Marshawn Lynch, defensive tackle Brandon Mebane, tight end Cameron Morrah, offensive guard Mike Gibson (from Cal), defensive tackle Amon Gordon (from Stanford)

New York Jets at New England Patriots, 1:30 PM on CBS (Gillette Stadium in Foxboro)
Patriots: Linebacker Tully Banta-Cain (from Cal)

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