Cal Football Spring practice saw a mix of performances, with coach Justin Wilcox emphasizing the need to improve situational football.

By the Numbers
  • Quarterback Fernando Mendoza threw three touchdown passes during the scrimmage.
  • Sophomore Jaivian Thomas had a 63-yard touchdown run, showcasing the depth in the running back room.
Yes, But

While individual standouts were praised, Coach Wilcox highlighted the overall need for improvement in situational football.

State of Play
  • Cal has four more spring workouts before their Spring Showcase scrimmage next Saturday.
  • The quarterback duel continues between Mendoza and Rogers, with each showing moments of promise.
  • The transfer portal is set to open with high activity expected, offering recruitment opportunities for the team.
What's Next

Cal will continue evaluating players and focusing on improvement in situational plays as they prepare for the upcoming Spring Showcase scrimmage.

Bottom Line

Cal's spring practice highlighted strengths and areas for improvement, setting the tone for further development and evaluation before the upcoming showcase.