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Football: First quarter stats

By Jonathan Okanes
Saturday, October 29th, 2011 at 4:46 pm in Football, Gameday.

First downs: Cal 3, UCLA 3.

Total yards: Cal 86, UCLA 66.

Rushing: Sofele 6-25, 1; Prince 5-35.

Passing: Maynard 3-4-0 52, Prince 3-5-0 13.

Receiving: Allen 2-35, Rosario 2-9.

Tackles: Holt 2, Campbell 2, Cattouse 2, Anthony 2, Zumwalt 3.

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  • CalBearister99

    Looks like Coach Tedford has the Bears ready to play on the road again. A bad UCLA team made worse by suspensions, and we can’t hold onto the ball. Really nice first half so far Bears.

  • The Wisdom Cow

    Tedford has been horrible calling plays yet again, and the turnovers on top of it have dug a hole. They’ll have to be disciplined against the pistol’s running game in the second half to come back and Maynard needs to be given simpler plays (not a quick timing spin and throw play on a 3rd and 2!).

    And JJ Stokes is an imbecile.

  • ScottyBear

    Painful to watch. Actually, worse: boring and sloppy. 1st down, Isi up the gut. 3rd down, incomplete.

  • Pug

    Tedord didn’t call for a fumble and an interception inside the Bears’ 30-yard line.

    Zach Maynard is just not a very good quarterback. When he’s good, he’s OK. When he’s bad, he’s horrendous. It’s not that complicated.

  • CalBearister99

    And who named Maynard the starter? And who has failed to develop a single serviceable QB over the past SEVEN seasons? The closest you can get is Longshore, and what he had in technical skill he lacked in mental toughness (see, e.g., losing @ Arizona and @ $UC to close the 2006 season).

    In my mind, you give Tedford one more season. After that, results (or lack thereof) have to count for something.

  • Dan

    Paging Chris Petersen.

  • Pug

    My point was that it isn’t the playcalling, it’s the execution. Of course Tedford is responsible for all of it. Still, I wonder what Maynard has to do to get the hook?

  • Larry

    Break a body part.