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How to watch/listen to Cal at Utah

Utah rebounded with a nice win over Stanford on Thursday, now they need to follow it up with a win over Cal tonight. Cal is not a good team, they are 2-10 in the conference and only have 8 wins on the season. They are in full blown rebuilding mode, and if Utah loses a home game to them, it’ll be terrible. The Bears did put up a fight against CU in Boulder, only losing by 4, but with this being game 2 on the Rocky Mountain Road trip for these guys, Utah should roll in this game. I’d maybe sit Donnie Tillman for this game, even if he can play, just to give a little extra rest for whatever is ailing him.

This night will be cool, because they’re honoring the 1998 Final Four team at halftime (20 years?!?!?).

More about Cal from the official release:

The Golden Bears are coming off a 68-64 loss to Colorado at Coors Events Center this past Wednesday. Cal led by as many as seven points late in the first half, but shot just 36 percent from the field, while giving up a 50 percent effort to the Buffs. Cal is just 2-10 in Pac-12 play on the season. The Bears defeated Oregon State back on Feb. 3, but prior to the victory, Cal had dropped nine straight since opening conference play with a win over Stanford. The Bears went 6-7 overall in non-conference games and bring a combined record of 8-17 into Saturday’s contest at the Huntsman Center. Don Coleman leads Cal with a 16.0 points per game average and Justice Sueing following scoring 13.8 points per game. Marcus Lee ranks third on the team with 12.5 points per game, but leads the squad with a 7.8 rebounds per game average. Kingsley Okoroh has a team-high 51 blocked shots and Lee follows with 45 blocks on the season. Cal is the only team in the league that has two players with at least 45 blocked shots each. Cal ranks second as a team in the Pac-12 with 5.0 blocks per contest, while there 125 total blocks ranks first in the Pac-12 and 20th in the nation. The team ranks first in the league with 600 free throw attempts, but are 12 out 12 teams in the league with a .678 percentage from the charity stripe.

How to watch and listen:

GAME 24 | Utah (14-9, 6-6) vs. California (8-17, 2-10)

DATE/TIP-OFF: Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018 | 7:30 p.m. MT

LOCATION: Salt Lake City, Utah (Huntsman Center)

TELEVISION: Pac-12 Networks // // Pac-12 Now Mobile App

RADIO: ESPN700AM // // ESPN 700 Mobile App