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Pawlawski's take on Cal's Offense and Defense

October 31, 2020

Cal faces Washington on November 7th. With a new offensive coordinator and a handful of defensive starters gone, changes are certain to be made. Head coach Justin Wilcox faces and is working to overcome a challenging obstacle, and that is to replace a 2019 system that worked to the favor of a healthy Chase Garbers. A new offensive coordinator and replacements on defense are being incorporated to achieve that task.

The Bears brought in Bill Musgrave for one reason, and that was to bring his outstanding NFL experience to the Pac-12 and introduce complex methods of attack to the best public university in the world. Here’s Mike’s take on Musgrave’s offense and what it will look like.

Evan Weaver, Ashtyn Davis, Jaylinn Hawkins, Luc Bequette, and Tra’veon Beck are gone, and their production will not be easily replicable. Younger players that took a step back in the leadership department will have to step up, and those names for Week 1 vs. Washington include Kuony Deng, Cam Bynum, Elijah Hicks, and Evan Tattersall. 

Here’s Mike’s insightful analysis of the Bears defense going into November, and what he wants to see from them.

Cal’s offense and defense will expectedly produce stars, All Pac-12 selections, and the ultimate goal of glorious victories. This last week of camp will be critical to achieving them.



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