Stanford's Ronnie Harris (21) upends California quarterback Luke Rubenzer (8) during the second half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014, in Berkeley, Calif. At right is California's Trevor Davis (9). (AP Photo/Ben Margot)
Ben Margot
November 25, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The Pac-12 Conference says its replay crew made two errors during Stanford's 38-17 win at California on Saturday.

The officiating crew overturned a Cal touchdown on three consecutive plays in the third quarter of the Big Game. The conference said in an email statement late Monday night that there was not enough evidence to overturn the second and third TD calls made by officials on the field.

The Pac-12 says the ''replay crew will be held accountable for the errors through the Conference's disciplinary process.''

On the first two plays, Luke Rubenzer appeared to run for scores only to be ruled down just shy of the goal line. After a personal foul on the second run backed Cal up 15 yards, Jared Goff appeared to complete a touchdown pass to Kenny Lawler but that also was overturned when the replay crew ruled Lawler did not complete the catch.

Cal, which trailed 31-7 at the time, had to settle for a field goal. Golden Bears coach Sonny Dykes said after the game he thought the overturned TD calls were ''shameful.''

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