California's Zach Maynard kept throwing the ball to Tevin McDonald. Trouble is, McDonald plays for UCLA.
McDonald, a freshman safety, made the first three interceptions of his college career, Derrick Coleman scored three touchdowns, and the Bruins bounced back from one of their most embarrassing losses in years to beat the Golden Bears 31-14 on Saturday.
''We know we can't win games by turning the ball over,'' Cal coach Jeff Tedford said. ''(Maynard) missed on a couple overthrows, and that cost us at crucial times. You have to be accurate.''
Maynard completed 14 of 30 passes for 199 yards, but was intercepted four times - three by McDonald and once by Aaron Hester. The Golden Bears added a fifth turnover on a lost fumble.
The Bruins scored 24 of their 31 points after turnovers in handing Cal (4-4, 1-4 Pac-12) its fourth loss in five games.
Coleman scored on a 2-yard run in the second quarter and runs of 20 and 24 yards in the final period. He finished with 80 yards on 16 carrie...