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DeCoud reflects on monster game

DeCoud reflects on monster game

Less than 24 hours after playing the game of your life, how do you let it sink in? Do you allow yourself a little time to enjoy the moment and give yourself a small break before getting ready for the next game? Or do you head home and watch the replay over and over, learning more about what happened on each play?

That's the question posed to safety Thomas DeCoud, the day after Cal's 45-27 win over Arizona.  The 6-2, 204 pound Pinole native had an outstanding game with 10 tackles, an interception, a fumble recovery, and a sack that resulted in a Tyson Alualu fumble recovery for a touchdown. Standing in the corridor of Memorial Stadium, while cradling a decorated game ball from the Louisiana Tech game...

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