On Nov. 20, it was announced by the California Bears sports website (CalBears.com) that Jeff Tedford has been relieved of his duties as head coach. Tedford concluded his 11th and final season with the California Bears with a 3-9 record. He was 82-57 overall with the team.
The Bears were a 1-10 team when Tedford took over, and the school had not had a winning season in almost a decade. There was an immediate turnaround, with his first team going 7-5.
Tedford only finished with two losing seasons, his second coming this year. The next move isn’t as clear as some would hope, but we expect that these are the five leading names to take over the head position for California.