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Crabtree, Morgan and The Rest Of the 49ers Receivers Need to Be Utilized More

Published on: 15th September, 2010

If the San Francisco 49ers are finally going to make the playoffs a feat the team has not done since 2002, Michael Crabtree is going to have to be called upon more in the offense. If the first game was any indication of how Crabtree is going to be used, ...

49ers Embarrassed On The Road by Seahawks What Was Learned From This Ugly Game

Published on: 12th September, 2010

This was the year the San Francisco 49ers were supposed to take the NFC West by storm. Alex Smith finally had an offensive coordinator around for a consecutive season and big things were going to be coming from the offense with Michael Crabtree, Frank Gore, Vernon Davis, Josh Morgan, and ...

Cal Football: Keenan Allen Shines, Who Also Impressed for the Bears in Week 1?

Published on: 5th September, 2010

The California Golden Bears came into the 2010 season with question marks at the wide receiver position. One of those questions was could Keenan Allen make an immediate impact for the Bears? That question was more than answered against UC Davis as Allen made an impressive debut.  As Allen made an ...

Is Ron Gould the Best Running Backs Coach in the Country?

Published on: 27th August, 2010

Ron Gould is entering his 14th season as running backs coach for the California Golden Bears and in his time with the Bears he's found tremendous success especially over the past decade.  He may be the best running backs coach in the country and nothing proves that more then the success ...

Cal Football’s Starting Outside Linebackers: Kendricks and Browner

Published on: 27th August, 2010

Jeff Tedford announced that the starting outside linebackers for the California Golden Bears this season will will be Mychal Kendricks and Keith Browner. The outside linebackers for the Bears are really thin, but the good news is, according to a Contra Costa Times article by Jonathan Okanes, the Bears are bringing in four ...

For Jeff Tedford, Offensive Balance Will Be Huge For The Cal Bears

Published on: 19th August, 2010

The California Golden Bears come into the 2010 college football season with very little expectations. In an article on, Cal was voted as the team most likely to disappoint. That very well could be true since the Bears have a couple of positions that have huge question marks around ...

Like Adam and Eve, The Minnesota Vikings Just Gave into Temptation

Published on: 17th August, 2010

According to, the definition of power is this: the possession of control or command over others. That definition alone explains exactly what Brett Favre has over the Minnesota Vikings, power!  Much like the devil had influence over Adam and Eve to taste the forbidden fruit in the garden of Eden, ...

Defending the Pass Is Another Key for a Successful 2010 for Cal

Published on: 12th August, 2010

In 2009, the California Golden Bears' biggest struggle defensively was defending the pass. While the team was stellar against the run, then defensive coordinator Bob Gregory's philosophy of bend but don't break proved ineffective. Against the run the Bears were aggressive, but when it got to 3rd-and-long, the Bears gave up ...

Cal Wide Receivers Must Step Up For a Successful Season

Published on: 12th August, 2010

Since Desean Jackson, Robert Jordan, and Lavelle Hawkins departed the California Golden Bears the team has not had a consistent number one wide receiver and because of this the team has struggled because. There's been flashes of brilliance from several wide receivers, but none of them have shown the consistency ...

Why the Success of Drew Brees and Philip Rivers Won’t Translate for Tim Tebow

Published on: 5th July, 2010

There's been plenty of articles that I've seen recently that are trying to make a point about unorthodox deliveries. The conventional wisdom is that if a few players are able to do it, then Tim Tebow should be able to as well.  A couple of names I've seen that Tebow has ...

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