Cal's football coach Jeff Tedford is one of the best in business. In just four years he has established one of the better football programs in the country while working under the shadows of USC and even UCLA. Remember Cal was something like 1-10 the year before Tedford took over in Berkeley. Well the recent news concerning off-field assault allegations against Cal QB Steve Levy also showed why Tedford is one of the best program leaders off the field. From S. F. Chronicle:
Steve Levy, a 22-year-old senior who lives in Berkeley, has been suspended from football team activities while the university looks into the Sunday morning incident at Kells Irish Restaurant and Pub on Jackson Street. Cal Athletic Director Sandy Barbour said the university had spoken to Levy and to police, but she declined to discuss those talks.
"We've taken initial action, we're gathering information, and when we have all the facts we'll determine what's appropriate," Barbour said.