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Bear Intelligence - Cal vs. Colorado State

Bear Intelligence - Cal vs. Colorado State

In this week's Bear Intelligence, we look at the stretch of the game where the Bears' defense actually played well, Jahvid Best's chances at breaking a 58-year old school record, the difficulties that Cal's passing game encountered, and track DeSean Jackson's progress towards Cal all-purpose running record as well as everything covered in the usual set of charts.

Coming into the season, wherever you looked, the California Golden Bears were generally ranked somewhere towards the bottom of the top 15.  With an above-average offense featuring a returning starting quarterback, the three top wide receivers and an experienced running back coming back, that figured to be enough of a strength that the team would be OK in spite of whatever questions there would be...

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