Discussion in 'Cal Bears' started by IP, Aug 27, 2014.
Who you got? Goff will get a look, when he is done.
Goff, Harper, Treggs, layler, Scarlett, and McClure will all be nfl players.
You are really taking this seriously
I also wouldn't be surprised to see Muhammad, Davis, enwere, Broussard, and Sebastian to make rosters.
Cal plays football?
Enwere depends on what the trend on running backs is when he gets out. Things have been trending to small scat-back receiving RB's. But I bet that is about to change.
Only once a week every Fall for five years longer than the Vols.
no. that's kind of the problem.
I doubt he'll be an nfl starter, but I bet he makes a roster.
He'll probably develop into an exceptional pass blocker, which will help in that regard. The Broncos may keep the RB from Duke simply because he is a big RB that can pass block. That may become the trend on teams with rather expensive QB's. The Packers have done it before too.
Wiki says 1886, but college football reference says 1916. Wiki's season by season breakdown also only starts at 1916.
But anyways, Cal has 29 fewer games played (and 165 fewer wins).
That's including Cal's seasons of 1917, 1918, and 1943 which UT took off to help win some wars. Stupid, hippie, draft-dodgers.
I realize you were being facetious. I still enjoy some good hard facts.
he's not overly slow either.
wonder teams [itch bay]es.
Cal ever gone an entire regular season without giving up a point?
close: In 11 games, Cal limited its opponents to only 33 points and 1,126 total yards.
UT had a stretch of 18 shutouts in 19 games. They gave up 6 points in the one non-shutout game.
'38-'40, UT Let up 75 points over the 3 season span, including 26 shutous (in 33 games). That success probably would've continued had Neyland not been called away for the next 5 years for military duty.
4.46, but if he could have a few tenths off he'd be a commodity.
I knew this. Not saying you said I didn't. Just bragging on myself.
well our coach died. so there.
I very much doubt he runs a legit 4.46, but for a big dude he's pretty fast.
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