A few quick notes from Sunday’s interview session with Cal coach Jeff Tedford:
— LB Brennan Scarlett had his broken left heavily wrapped, but Tedford said he will be able to play Saturday against UCLA.
— Tedford said both OT Matt Summers-Gavin (knee) and TE Richard Rodgers (foot) came out of the Arizona State physically OK.
— WR Keenan Allen, who was throwing up during the ASU game, said he was feeling better a day later.
— LB Khairi Fortt, the Penn State transfer who has yet to play after undergoing knee surgery last spring before arriving in Berkeley, still isn’t ready for contact in practice. No decision has been made on red-shirting him this season, but Tedford conceded that time is nearing.
— OG Dominic Galas (torn pectoral muscle), who has missed the first five games, will begin contact practice this week, but likely is at least two weeks from being ready to play in a game.
— Tedford said there are no plans to make lineup changes this week, although competition in practice could alter that, as usual.
— Courtesy of the Arizona Republic, this remark from ASU safety Keelan Johnson, “Cal (was) a difficult team to prepare for. Their record may indicate 1-4, but they play like they’re 4-1 at home. To come in here and dominate (defensively) like we did is a great feeling.”