Cal vs. Washington State Injury Report: Bears Healthy Heading Into Pivotal Pac-12 Game

On paper, this is not a very appealing Pac-12 game. Neither team has much of a chance at making a run in the Pac-12 North and a mediocre bowl game (at best) could be achieved with a strong finish to the season.

All of this being said, whichever team loses on Saturday can pretty much give up on any postseason aspirations in 2011. A defeat would be devastating for Cal and WSU has been battered and beaten all season long. Each side needs a win badly.

Here is the final injury report. The Bears are relatively healthy heading into Saturday's game, while the Cougars have multiple impact players on the mend, including quarterback Jeff Tuel.

California: 
LB Mychal Kendricks, thumb, probable
FB Eric Stevens, knee, out

Washington State: 
QB Jeff Tuel, shoulder, calf, out
DT Toni Pole, neck, probable
LB Mike Ledgerwood, neck, probable
OT Wade Jacobson, back, out
WR Kristoff Williams, stinger, probable

Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. in Berkeley.

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