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Five Burning Questions: Cal vs. Eastern Washington

Article By on 12th September, 2009

... junior quarterback had an uneven season last year, but he actually started off the 2008 season well, putting up somewhat similar numbers to his opener against Maryland: 17-for-24, 202 yards and a pair of touchdowns (keep in mind, he was rotating with Nate Longshore).

However, Riley was unable to maintain his consistency, as his completion percentage would top 50 percent just three times the rest of the season.

Yes, the Longshore factor is there, but some of those performances came against mediocre teams—42.9 percent against woeful Washington State and 46.2 against an average Colorado State squad. 

Even if the Bears are playing an FCS squad, the Blue and Gold faithful are hoping Riley can be up to where he le...

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