UC Davis' football team might not want to make another trek to Memorial Stadium for another 71 years. The heavily favored, more athletic and talented California Golden Bears improved to 9-0 all time against the Aggies with a 52-3 rout in both teams' season openers on Saturday in front of an announced crowd of 58,040. "They were better. They were much more physical," said Aggies coach Bob Biggs, who expected a tighter contest. "... They just moved us around. They controlled the O-line and D-line and made it very difficult for us to do anything offensively." The Aggies (0-1) managed just four first downs and 81 total yards of offense. Their defense didn't fare much better, allowing 517 yards against a well-rounded Shane Vereen scores in the third quarter for the Bears.