A newly-implemented California law prevents state-funded schools (including Cal, UCLA and other schools in the UC and CSU systems) from scheduling further games against schools from four states:
The new California law, which went into effect Jan. 1, prohibits state-funded or state-sponsored travel to states with laws deemed discriminatory against the LGBT community.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra reportedly determined it applies to Kansas as well as Mississippi, North Carolina and Tennessee — which stops Cal or other state schools from scheduling road games in those states in the future.
JT The Brick breaks down this very big news below. You can hear JT The Brick with Tomm Looney every weekday from 8-11 pm est. on Fox Sports Radio.