California wide receiver Jordan Veasy (15) is tackled by UCLA defensive back Jaleel Wadood (2) after making a catch during the first half of their game on Nov. 26, 2016, in Berkeley. Cal coaches recruited Veasy from Gadsden, Alabama – a state that California state employees are now forbidden from traveling to on state business.
California wide receiver Jordan Veasy (15) is tackled by UCLA defensive back Jaleel Wadood (2) after making a catch during the first half of their game on Nov. 26, 2016, in Berkeley. Cal coaches recruited Veasy from Gadsden, Alabama – a state that California state employees are now forbidden from traveling to on state business. Tony Avelar AP
California wide receiver Jordan Veasy (15) is tackled by UCLA defensive back Jaleel Wadood (2) after making a catch during the first half of their game on Nov. 26, 2016, in Berkeley. Cal coaches recruited Veasy from Gadsden, Alabama – a state that California state employees are now forbidden from traveling to on state business. Tony Avelar AP

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