10 January, 2017
Cal has reportedly parted ways with head coach Sonny Dykes after four seasons and a losing record of 19-30. Given that, Cal is to pay him up to 70% of his total salary for the remainder of the term, according to his extension signed past year.
"Coach Dykes clearly built up our program-both on the field and in the classroom-and he leaves Cal in a stronger position than when he arrived", athletic directore Mike Williams said in a statement. But that's the obvious implication - especially since Cal plays in the same conference where Kelly rose to prominence with Oregon. Our objective is long-term financial sustainability for our department.
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"I think, if we have that same commitment in football, we'll have championship football teams". It was Cal's first eight-win season since 2009 and its first bowl win since 2008. In 2016, the Golden Bears scored 37.1 points per game, but the defense was a liability throughout Dykes' tenure, ranking in the bottom six in scoring defense in three of Dykes' four seasons. Insiders expect CAL to announce Dyke's replacement soon. The Bears regressed to 5-7 this season following the departure of No. 1 overall pick QB Jared Goff and his top six receivers. His best year at Cal was in 2015, when Dykes led the Golden Bears to an 8-5 record and Armed Forces Bowl victory. While Kelly seems to prefer the National Football League to the college game - and the recruiting and politics that come with it - he was a sensation at OR, first as offensive coordinator, then at head coach.