As if Cal receiver Chris Harper wasn’t busy enough Saturday against Washington State — catching 13 passes for 217 yards — now he’s a candidate to perhaps play defense?
After injuries continued to strip down the Bears’ ranks at cornerback, coach Sonny Dykes said Harper and fellow receiver Bryce Treggs already have been given some practice reps on defense and will get more.
“We considered both today. We just didn’t feel like they had enough practice,” said Dykes, stressing that they would be used in a game only in an emergency situation.
Dykes also said a couple running backs could get the chance to work at linebacker.
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