Coach Jeff Tedford is happy to be reunited with offensive line coach Jim Michalczik and wide receivers coach Eric Kiesau.
"In meetings, we're so familiar with each other that you don't have to explain every little detail, because they already know all those details," Tedford said. "You don't take anything for granted, but there's just a real comfort level in the experience that we've had working together. There's a lot of clarity on offense. We're really used to each other."
"(Quarterbacks coach) Marcus Arroyo is looking at us like, ‘What are you guys talking about?' In football, as a coach, offense is always evolving. There are new innovations in football. It's a chess match. It's been really good with the whole staff because we have great experience, great knowledge, and we can put it all together."
After the jump, more football news, a wrap-up of the Cal Men's basketball Eurotrip, and Women's Soccer notches a win.
More quotes from Tedford and his coaches.
Cal football had their final double day practice last Saturday. Okanes and calbears.com have write-ups.
Monday will be the last day of evaluation for camp. The coaching staff will once again be most interested in the second and third team to nail down the depth chart. The only starting job that appears to be undecided is at outside linebacker, where Chris McCain, Cecil Whiteside and Ryan Davis are battling.
Ryan Gorcey from Bear Territory has another good write-up on the weekend.
Josh Hill has his academics in order and is eager to contribute this year.
Cal Football will be previewed on Comcast Sportsnet starting tomorrow at 7:30pm.
BearInsider has a great interview with Eric Kiesau about his promising corps of receivers.
Cal is conspicuously absent from Ted Miller's Pac-12 bowl projections. Thanks, Uncle Ted!
Relying heavily on their youngsters, the Cal men concluded a 4-1 Eurotrip tour with a 95-78 win over the Danish National Team.
Jeff Faraudo has a write-up of the game, and a nice article on Allen Crabbe's new, aggressive mindset.
Ryan Gorcey from Bear Territory also has coverage of the Saturday and Sunday victories over the Danes.
The California women's basketball team have finalized their 2011-2012 schedule.
The California women's soccer team tied it up with 30 minutes to play and the beat SDSU 2-1 in overtime.