No. 2 Cal's game vs. UCLA on TV

The second-ranked Cal football team's Oct. 20 game against UCLA will be televised nationally on KGO (Ch. 7), giving the Bears a record-tying 11 games on TV.

Kickoff for the game against the Bruins at the Rose Bowl is 12:30 p.m.

Cal's only game not yet with definitive TV plans is Nov. 17 at Washington. ABC, the parent company of KGO, will make a decision on that game either Nov. 5 or Nov. 11.

The Bears, who have their highest ranking since the 1951 season when they reached No. 1 for a week, host Oregon State on Saturday in their homecoming game. Kickoff at Memorial Stadium is set for 4 p.m. and the game will be televised by Versus.

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