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  • PALO ALTO, CA - SEPTEMBER 15: Head coach Dan Hawkins of the UC Davis Aggies looks on during pregame warm ups prior to his team playing the Stanford Cardinal at Stanford Stadium on September 15, 2018 in Palo Alto, California.

    Coach of the Year Candidate List Includes UC Davis’ Dan Hawkins

    UC Davis head coach Dan Hawkins is one of 15 coaches selected on Monday as finalists for the STATS FCS Eddie Robinson Award, which honors the national coach of the year.
  • UC Davis Wins First Big Sky Championship with 56-13 Causeway Classic Win

    UC Davis' 56 points were the most scored by a Sacramento State opponent this year; the Hornets' 13 points is a season-low total.
  • Causeway Classic To Be Held In Reno Due To Poor Air Qualities

    Northern California has been experiencing such terrible air quality that schools are closing, business are closing, and people are being advised to wear facemasks whenever going outdoors. The 65th Causeway Classic between Sacramento State University and UC Davis will be relocating to the University of Nevada-Reno's Mackay Stadium as a result of the air quality caused by the Camp Fire. 
  • Aggies Fall at Eastern Washington But Remain in First Place

    Redshirt freshman biochemistry and molecular biology Ulonzo Gilliam extended a Big Sky program record by scoring his 13th touchdown of the season in Saturday's league road game at No. 5 Eastern Washington, and that scoring drive took place after junior communication major Max O'Rourke opened the afternoon with a 30-yard field goal.
  • No. 6 UC Davis Rolls Past NAU, 42-20

    UC Davis has scored 40-or-more points in each of its six consecutive victories -- the longest such streak since the 2000 squad did so in the first seven games of the season en route to a 12-1 overall record and a trip to the third round of the NCAA Division II playoffs.
  • SAN DIEGO, CA - SEPTEMBER 02: Logan Montgomery #17 of the UC Davis Aggies runs with the ball during the second half of a game at Qualcomm Stadium on September 2, 2017 in San Diego, California.

    UC Davis Ranked No. 3 in FCS Committee’s Top 10

    With three weeks remaining in the regular season, the FCS Committee slotted UC Davis No. 3 in its top 10 rankings. This is the only announcement the group will make prior to Nov. 18, also known as Selection Sunday, when this year's postseason bracket is revealed on ESPNU, starting at 9:30 a.m. PT.
  • No. 6 UC Davis Scores 46 Straight Points to Earn First Win vs. Montana

    Thanks to UC Davis' flawless second half, it earned the program's inaugural victory versus Montana, extended its win streak to a Division I record five games and remain in sole possession of first place atop the Big Sky standings thanks to its 49-21 result.
  • No. 14 UC Davis Wins In OT, 44-37

    Sellout crowd witnesses Homecoming classic.
  • UC Davis Returns to Action Off Bye, Collects 49-36 Win at Northern Colorado

    Interceptions from senior American studies major Mason Moe and redshirt freshman biological sciences major Jordan Perryman — the second and first of their respective careers — each led to touchdowns in the first quarter for UC Davis in Saturday’s Big Sky road game at Nottingham Field.
  • PALO ALTO, CA - SEPTEMBER 15: Jake Maier #15 of the UC Davis Aggies drops back to pass against the Stanford Cardinal during the first quarter of an NCAA football game at Stanford Stadium on September 15, 2018 in Palo Alto, California.

    No. 21 Aggies Power Their Way to a 44-21 Victory in Big Sky Opener

    Sophomore sociology major Tehran Thomas posted his second career 100-yard game with 119 yards on the ground, while junior communication major Jake Maier threw for 256 yards and three touchdowns on the night, lifting No. 21 UC Davis to a, 44-21, victory over Idaho in the Big Sky Conference opener for both teams on Saturday night at Aggie Stadium.