Cal’s defense has endured a steady diet of running quarterbacks through its first four games, but that changes on Saturday when pass-happy Washington State visits Memorial Stadium.
“Now we can let all the dogs loose, go up field and go get ’em,” defensive tackle Viliami Moala said. “Let the big men up front eat first.”
It only seems like the Cougars (3-2, 1-1 Pac-12) throw the ball on every play. WSU coach Mike Leach — co-originator of the Air Raid offense that is the basis for what Cal (1-3, 0-1) now does — has his team throwing the ball about 77 percent of the time.
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