Stanford vs. Cal: What Does the Big Game Mean to You?

This Saturday, Cal and Stanford will play in the 120th Big Game. Stanford has won every meeting this decade.

KQED News is going to be reporting from the Big Game at Stanford this Saturday, and we want to know what this iconic event — in its 120th year — means to you.

Fill out our form, and look out for us walking around campus on Saturday (we’ll be carrying KQED microphones and signs).

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Stanford vs. Cal: What Does the Big Game Mean to You? 16 November,2017Ryan Levi

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Ryan Levi

Ryan Levi is a reporter and producer at KQED News and the host of the weekly Q’ed Up podcast. Ryan started at KQED as an intern where he reported on-air and online for The California Report, The California Report Magazine and KQED’s daily newscasts. Prior to joining KQED in 2016, Ryan was a general assignment reporter and producer at KBIA-FM, the NPR member station in Columbia, Missouri. Ryan reported on Columbia’s renewed fight against homelessness as well as coordinating the station’s coverage of the annual True/False Film Fest, one of the top documentary film festivals in the country. Ryan has also written about film, food, books, religion, theater and other topics for various publications. You can find Ryan on Twitter @ryan_levi.

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