As school winds down in Berkeley, the California football team has finally begun to receive their Lockheed-Martin Armed Forces Bowl rings. Remember the Armed Forces Bowl? You can, now, by taking a look at our coverage HERE.CAL PREVAILS 55-36 IN ARMED FORCES BOWL ARMED FORCES BOWL: GOODBYE GOFF? CAL LEADS ARMED FORCES BOWL 35-21 AT HALFTIME ARMY VET FRED TATE TALKS ARMED FORCES BOWL CAL ACCEPTS BID TO ARMED FORCES BOWL CAL HEADED TO ARMED FORCES BOWL ARMED FORCES BOWL BREAKDOWN: CAL DEFENSE
Football operations assistant Norman Mo was the first to tweet out a picture:
Evan Rambo, who played in the game, showed off his:
So did safety-turned-running back Billy McCrary III, who did not see action:
To follow the trend of defensive backs, it looks like nickel back Cameron Walker also was quite pleased to receive his ring, as he was the tweet-iest when it came to his new ice. He had six tackles in the game -- tied for the most of any returning (non-injured) player, with Ray Davison.
And, with two tackles against Air Force, it looks like they may have in fact found a way to fit Khari Vanderbilt's last name on the side of the ring:
While all of the defensive backs were crowing about their new bling, though, it's time to remember that, yes, even punters are people, too, right, Dylan Klumph?
Although, even some of the bigger names like Vic Enwere, who rushed for 19 yards and one touchdown on eight carries, are still ring-less.