? 2:30 p.m.
Parker gives Jones a tour of the library, then brings him to the stadium in time to hear Tedford's pregame speech. The coach's message: Don't underestimate Oregon State.
? 5:15 p.m.
Jones watches the first half from the sixth row of the stands opposite the Bears' bench. At halftime he visits Tedford's private skybox, where he meets athletic director Sandy Barbour and eats—in order—chicken, steak, a chicken kabob, steak, shrimp, cupcakes and candy. He returns to the stands for the second half.
? 7:45 p.m.
After the unranked Beavers hold off a last-second attempt by Cal to send the game into overtime, upsetting the No. 2 Bears 31--28, Jones visits the locker room to hear Tedford console his team. Jones then meets his player-host, freshman wide receiver Michael Calvin.
? 8:15 p.m.
Jones and Calvin relax in the player's dorm room. "It's important that the rooms aren't too small," Jones says. "These rooms were big. It was more like an apartment."
? 10 p.m.
The two meet a group of Calvin's friends at a dorm party with the theme All Black, meaning that everyone had to be decked out in that color. "I was wearing a black shirt, which was just lucky," Jones says. "It wasn't a big party, but it was cool."
? Sunday, 1:30 a.m.
Jones arrives back at his hotel and goes to sleep.
? 9:20 a.m.
Ferrigno wakes up Jones and takes him to the stadium. They go to the coach's video room and review footage of Cal's pass routes and talk about how Jones would fit into the offense. "Coach Ferrigno talked about things I could do now to make myself better," Jones says.
? 10 a.m.
Jones and his father meet Tedford in his office. Tedford speaks about the value of a Cal degree; they talk about what Jones is looking for in a school. Afterward, the following conversation occurs.
Tedford: "When are you thinking about making a decision?"
Jones: "In my mind, I know the decision. I want to come here."