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Cal Football

Grading the 2019 Cal Offense

January 7, 2020

With all of the injuries this season on offense — to QB1 Chase Garbers and what felt like seven or eight members of the o-line — it’s tough to get a sense of just how good or bad the offense was this year. When everyone was healthy, it looked good and improved over last season. When injuries plagued the team during the middle of the season, it looked pretty awful with a bottoming-out at Utah.

Akin to our review of the defense from yesterday, the offense took a slide backward in some areas while improving in others.

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