Cal sophomore starting cornerback Stefan McClure, who injured his knee against Washington State, will have surgery Wednesday, coach Sonny Dykes said after practice Monday.

Defensive tackle Mustafa Jalil (knee), who has not played all season, also is expected to undergo surgery late this week or early next. Jalil will be out for the season, but McClure's status depends on what procedure his doctor finds is necessary.

But two other players injured in the 44-22 loss to the Cougars are considered probable to face UCLA on Saturday at the Rose Bowl: linebacker Jalen Jefferson (head) and cornerback Joel Willis (head).

The Bears also expect to have back starting corner Kam Jackson (ankle), who played only briefly against WSU but practiced Monday. Also probable to play after missing last week are running back Khalfani Muhammad (head) and receiver Maurice Harris (shoulder).

ESPN announced the Cal-UCLA game will be shown on ESPN2 at 7:30 p.m. There was no decision on the start time for Cal's Oct. 19 home game against Oregon State.