Zach Kline talks about his performance in the spring game, in which he went 7-for-14 for 124 yards…
CSDTV: Jefferson Has Banner Day
Jeferson, along with Hardy Nickerson, Jr., David Wilkerson and safeties Avery Sebastian and Jordan Morgan paced the California defense with six tackles apiece on Saturday during the Golden Bears' spring game.
Other top defensive performers were linebacker Nathan Broussard (5 tackles, 1 TFL for -9 yards), Isaac Lapite (4 tackles, 1 fumble recovery), Dan Camporeale (2 tackles, 0.5 TFL for -4, 0.5 sack for -4, one pass break-up, one quarterback hurry) and Ted Agu (3 tackles, 1 TFL for -3 yards).
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