Oregon has the best offense in the Pac-12. What could possibly go wrong for the Bears?
To come up with a score prediction for Saturday's game, I went to a sturdy source: the 2001 Cal Bears team. Since I believe today's team is arching towards Holmoe's last year, I think the 48-7 Oregon win from 2001 will stand up Saturday. Should be the same in the USC and UCLA games from 2001. They were 55-14, USC; and 56-17, UCLA. The only difference from 2001 and today is that Holmoe had the decency to resign before the season was over. Wilcox will be prowling the sidelines next year while trying to convince everyone that things will different with new coaches.
Thanks for the write-up.
We may be able to hang with them for awhile, but it's going to be hard preventing this from becoming more of a blowout by midway through the 3rd quarter. If our offense can put together some drives and score TD's in the redzone, while keeping Oregon off the field (probably the best defense) we may be able to turn it into a rockfight, which might be our only chance. Troy Franklin was an extremely highly regarded 5 star out of Menlo Atherton HS, same school as Jeremiah Earby. Cal recruited him hard he chose the big-time program.
This game will probably get ugly. I'll set my DVR to "record ass-kicking".
CAL NEEDS A FIX FOR NIX!! GERBER
Thanks, again, Chris.
So, we're up against the "Heath Ledger" Joker, eh?
Uh, so the most we might hope for is beating the spread?
We knew this day would come this season.
I am going to say thank you, in advance to our players and committed coaches.
You make us proud and this will prove how "sturdy" our Golden Bear can be.