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Football: Brendan Bigelow says he will be fine

By Jeff Faraudo
Wednesday, February 20th, 2013 at 4:34 pm in Football, Spring practice.

Running back Brendan Bigelow, among as many as a half-dozen potential starters who will miss Cal football spring workouts because of injury, said he will be at full strength in time for fall camp.

Bigelow had surgery late last month to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee — the same knee in which he underwent two anterior cruciate ligament surgeries while in high school.

“It’s feeling good, like I could go ahead and run a 40 right now. I really want to play,” Bigelow said.

By August? “Full capacity. Full throttle,” he said.

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  • 1brsfan

    Great to hear that he’ll be ready and that it was just a torn meniscus. I had that same surgery at 19 years old and I was back on the field in about 6 weeks. I’m sure they’re being cautious with him and want to make sure he’s 100%.