The Stanford Cardinal and the California Golden Bears face off against each other in the 115th Big Game with a lot on the line. Stanford tries to stay in control of their Pac-12 championship fate, while Cal tries to get to .500 for the first time since the second week of the season.
Stanford is coming off a tough overtime loss to Notre Dame and still has yet to win on the road as they head up to Memorial Stadium in Berkeley. Cal has won two in a row after a horrible 1-4 start to the season.
Stanford has enjoyed a two game win streak over Cal in the Big Game, winning 48-14 in 2010 and 31-28 in 2011 . Both of those wins came with Andrew Luck starting at quarterback, although he was also the losing quarterback in 2009 when the Bears pulled a 34-28 upset off at the Farm.
Game time: Noon Pacific time
Odds: Stanford favored by 2.5 to 3 points.
Sites: Go to Rule of Tree for Stanford coverage, and the California Golden Blogs for Cal coverage.