After playing a starring role in the first season of the Pac-12 Networks’ original series, The Drive, California returns to the airwaves on this Friday's episode, airing at 10:30 p.m., PT.
Featuring brand-new Manning Award Watch List member Davis Webb and defensive tackle James Looney, this episode features an all-access look at the Bears, as well as a look at the relationship between Looney and Cameron Saffle.
http://www.scout.com/college/california/story/1714329-james-looney-why-s... What’s different about The Drive this year? This fall, the series goes behind the scenes to give viewers an all-access look at all each of the conference's 12 football teams, from the locker rooms to the practice fields.
In its first year, the Bears and Arizona State were featured as the Networks chronicled the first season under head coach Sonny Dykes, week by week.
The documentary-style program this season will guide viewers to each campus, "spotlighting the dedication required to compete at the highest level on the gridiron, as well as the compelling student-athletes, coaches, and stories of the 2016 season," the Network said in a release.
The Drive will be broadcast on Friday nights throughout the season following Pac-12 Sports Report and air exclusively on Pac-12 Network. Encore airings of each episode will air on Pac-12 Network on Saturday mornings at 8 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. PT and on Sunday evenings throughout the football season.