Senior Cal wide receiver Bryce Treggs has been through a lot the last four years, culminating in Saturday's Senior Night win

Cal wide receiver Bryce Treggs set out to break his father's marks for touchdowns, catches and yards, and he's now one touchdown away from accomplishing all of that, thanks to a career game in his final contest at Memorial Stadium.

Bryce Treggs, Wide Receiver 

On the game

“It was crazy in the locker room after a close game like that. You have to understand, we have been through so much. We’ve been 1-11, 3-9, we’ve struggled a lot. In the past, we never could get over the hump and win these close games. To put a drive together at the end of the game to find a way to win the game, it’s a huge deal. It’s a huge testament to our team.”

On Jared Goff’s performance

“Jared (Goff) is a baller. He threw for 540 yards, and it was really a gutsy performance. He’s been beaten up a lot this year, but he always finds a way to fight and deliver throws in the pocket. I don’t know if he’s coming back next year, but if that’s his last game in Memorial Stadium, he sure went out with a bang.”


Treggs finished with a game-high five catches for 147 yards. has caught a pass in 44 of the last 45 games that he has played in and his last 38 contests in a row. He caught a 52-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. His 14 career receiving TDs rank 10th all-time at Cal (one short of his father, Cal Hall-of-Famer Brian), and his 2,363 career receiving yards rank fifth, surpassing his father's mark of 2,335. His 147 receiving yards tonight were a career best. His 191 career receptions also best his father's 167. Top Stories