2022 Rivalry Football Games
College bragging rights are on the line in each of our Gig communities, as rivalry football 🏈 games are ahead. Only one team can win, but everyone can Gig! Find out who will emerge victorious by Gigging 🚙 either to the games in person or to meet up with friends to watch on TV together.
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*Operations will discontinue in the Sacramento HomeZone on Tuesday, February 28, 2023.
Stanford at California
Saturday, November 19 at 2:30 p.m. PT
California Memorial Stadium (Berkeley, CA)
It's the 125th Big Game, pitting the California Golden Bears (3-7) against the Stanford Cardinal (3-7). While Cal won the Axe last season, Stanford holds the all-time edge in the matchup with a 65-48-11 record. This year also marks the 40th anniversary of "The Play," one of the most iconic moments in college football history.
UC-Davis at #2 Sacramento State
Saturday, November 19 at 2:00 p.m.
Hornet Stadium (Sacramento, CA)
For the 69th occasion, the #2 Sacramento State Hornets (10-0) and UC-Davis Aggies (6-4) meet in the Causeway Classic. Winning the last two games between the schools, Sacramento State is looking to complete its first undefeated regular season in school history. UC-Davis, which owns a 46-22 edge in the all-time series, needs a win to keep its FCS playoffs hopes alive.
#15 Washington at Washington State
Saturday, November 26 at TBD
Martin Stadium (Pullman, Washington)
Clashing for the 114th time, the #15 Washington Huskies (8-2) and Washington State Cougars (6-4) play for the Apple Cup Trophy, awarded by the Governor after the game. Washington State came away with a victory last season in the rivalry, while Washington holds the all-time advantage in the series with a 74-33-6 record.