(BERKELEY) – Fifth-year senior quarterback Kevin Riley is expected to miss the remainder of the 2010 season due to an injury he suffered during the first quarter of a game at Oregon State on October 30. MRI tests conducted Monday showed a significant injury to Riley’s left knee.
“It’s upsetting to see Kevin end his collegiate career like that,” said Cal head coach Jeff Tedford. “He has been a very strong competitor during his time at Cal and has dedicated himself to our program. He’s a great team player and has a lot of passion for Cal football. He’s provided a lot of great moments.”
Riley is among Cal’s all-time leaders in touchdown passes (50, No. 5), total offense (6,136, No. 6), passer efficiency (131.55, No. 7), passing yardage (6,182, No. 8), 300-yard passing games (2, No. 9-T) and 250-yard passing games (7, No.