While Cal coach Sonny Dykes confirmed Jared Goff and Zach Kline will duel this week for the starting quarterback job, Jordan Rigsbee says the line takes responsibility for the Bears’ recent offensive slide.
“We feel like for the most part the offense struggling a lot of times is on us,” said Rigsbee, a sophomore starting left guard. “It doesn’t matter how good your (skill) guys are, if you don’t have a good O-line, you can’t play.”
The Bears (1-6, 0-4 Pac-12), who visit Washington on Saturday night, have slumped sufficiently that Dykes pulled freshman Goff in favor of redshirt freshman Kline in the third quarter of the 49-17 loss to Oregon State.
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