- Josh Dubow of the Associated Press has written a nice preview about the Bears.
The Bears were worst in the nation last year with 31 turnovers, negating all the help provided by an opportunistic defense that ranked sixth with 28 takeaways. Cal threw multiple interceptions in six games, losing all of them, while finishing 7-0 when throwing one or fewer interceptions.
Making matters worse was the fact that the turnovers on offense weren’t a reflection of a unit that took risks that led to big plays. That led to a unit that scored just 21.5 points per game, ranking last in the conference and fourth worst in the nation among Power 5 teams.
If the offense can improve just a little bit, the Bears could be a dangerous team a year after upsetting Pac-12 champion Washington and ending a 14-game losing streak to USC.
- Here’s another piece on the Bears secondary, this one courtesy of Jeff Faraudo.
- Who does Ashtyn Davis think is the best athlete in the secondary? Keep in mind he used to play track and field...
- Here’s what Trace Travers thinks of Fall Camp so far...
- Burl Toler recently signed a new contract. Here are the details of it.
- You also might want to know the contract for new WBB coach Charmin Smith. Well here are those details, which has her making around 500K a year when factoring in bonuses.
- Men’s Soccer is back in camp! Find out why this team has a promising young core that could do well this year.
- Check out this bio of recent Cal rowing great Dana Moffat. After she just wrapped up an amazing Cal career (maybe the best the program has ever had) could she be headed to Tokyo next year?