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Video: Cal Football Fall Camp One-on-One Drills

August 16, 2019
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The Bears were in full pads on Friday, August 16th with a lot more one-on-one and team drills. See the video below for D-line versus O-line and receivers versus DBs.

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Video: Cal Football Fall Camp One-on-One Drills

2,001 Views | 5 Replies | Last: 1 mo ago by UrsineMaximus
KenBurnski
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Got through about 2 minutes before the steady stream of dropped passes gave me PTSD. Thanks for sharing?
OneKeg
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Yikes - yeah a ton of dropped passes and mediocre throws. Not even really good defense consistently, just bad offensive execution half the time.

The deep ones to Duncan, Castles and Clark that they dropped were particularly tough to watch. They have to score there in real games to loosen up the D or our offense is going to get suffocated and have no space to move the chains on other plays.
BearGreg
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The WR work gets better as the video progresses and thankfully the WRs had a strong day catching the ball in 11v11 which is the more telling performance.

Crawford and Clark look very good getting off press coverage and Remigio's footwork getting in and out of breaks is great as well.

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UrsineMaximus
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Agreed, some drops were tough to watch and questioned the receiver's focus on his particular rep. But the daily battle and competition against an elite defensive backfield will provide the coaches with tape to determine the best 4 - 6 receivers. As important the receivers will better understand their strengths and weaknesses and will only get better.

So, IMO, this competition will make the team better and is part of creating a program as painful, at times, as a one-off video may seem.
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