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Cal Vs Utah: Kickoff Time, TV Coverage, Radio, Online Stream And More

Cal plays host in a Pac-12 matchup against the Utah Utes this Saturday. Here's everything you need to know if you're planning on catching the game. 

Teams: California Golden Bears vs Utah Utes

Time: Sat, Oct 22nd, 4:06pm PST

Place: AT&T Park, San Francisco California.

Records: Cal comes in at 3-3, 0-3 in the Pac-12; Utah also sits at 3-3 and 0-3 in the Pac-12.

TV: CSN Bay Area/KJZZ - Roxy Bernstein (Play-by-Play), Mike Pawlawski (Analyst), Chris Townsend (Sideline Reporter)

Cal Commercial Radio: KGO 810 AM (San Francisco) - Joe Starkey (Play-by-Play), Troy Taylor (Analyst, Pregame Show), Todd McKim (Sideline Reporter, Pregame Show), Lee Grosscup (Postgame Show*), Kate Scott (Postgame Show*)

Cal IMG Radio Network Affiliates: *KFPT 790 AM (Fresno), KESP 970 AM (Modesto), KPRZ 1210 AM (San Diego), KMZT 1260 AM (Los Angeles), KTKZ 1380 AM (Sacramento), ^KFIG 1430 AM (Fresno)
^Primary; *Secondary

All-Access Radio: The Cal commercial radio broadcast feed of the Cal-USC game can be heard on the Internet through the All-Access channel on CalBears.com. All- Access can be found under the Multimedia tab at the top of the page.

Cal Student Radio: KALX 90.7 FM, kalx.com (Berkeley) - Danny Freisinger (Play-by-Play), Elliott Schwimmer (Analyst), Dave Fusaro (Analyst)

Sirius XM Satellite Radio: The Cal-Utah game can be heard on Sirius XM satellite radio, Sirius 93 and XM 197.

National Radio: ESPN Radio - Bill Rosinski (Play- by-Play), David Norrie (Analyst), Joe Schad (Sideline Reporter)

Last Few Games: Cal started the season with wins over Fresno State, Colorado, and Presbyterian, but have since fallen to Washington, Oregon, and USC. Utah has beaten Pitt, Montana State, and Brigham Young in non-conference matchups, but have lost Pac-12 contests to USC, Washington, and Arizona State.

Series: The teams have met seven times, with Cal leading the all-time series 4-3. The last time they met, Utah won 37-27 in the 2009 Poinsettia Bowl.

To discuss Cal football more, head to the California Golden Blogs. To discuss Utah football, check out Block U.