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Football Recruiting Commits Comment on Streak-Busting Win at USC

November 11, 2018
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With three Cal commits in attendance and a host of others following along on ESPN, the Bears impressed with their upset win at the LA Coliseum Saturday night.

Orange Lutheran tight end Elijah Mojarro, Torrey Pines offensive tackle Brian Driscoll and Linfield Christian OG/DT Ben Coleman took in the game in person Saturday and were glad they made the trip.

"The game was super hyped!," said Coleman, who appears to be slated to play nose tackle for the Bears. "I was sitting next to Elijah Mojarro and we were hyped. We sat right behind the Cal bench.

"I'm super hyped to play for the entire coaching staff and play in their defense they have. I know I'll fit in it perfectly and really want to enforce that pass rush."

Mojarro echoed Coleman's sentiments.

"I had a great time at the game," said Mojarro. "I was there at the game with my mom an we met up with Ben Coleman.

"Exciting game, for sure! I love the direction the team is going. You can tell how much fight is in them just by watching. They really play as a unit and have each other's backs. 

"I can't wait to join them."

Bear Insider also caught up with several other recruits who watched from afar.

"I watched the game yesterday and it was exciting to see the coaches and players execute last night," said Rainier Beach OLB Orin Patu, who was recently bumped to 4 stars.

"My thoughts on the Cal team haven't changed. I already knew that they were headed in the right direction the day I committed."

"I saw the game and it's great to see them bowl-eligible," said Higley quarterback Spencer Brasch. "The coaches and all of the staff have the entire program on the rise."

"I saw the game and it was awesome," said Chaminade linebacker Blake Antzoulatos. "The defense looks incredible right now with JK (LB Jordan Kunaszyk), (LB Evan) Weaver and (safety Jaylen) Hawkins.

"The program has taken a new direction with Coach Wilcox and I'm beyond excited and eager to get up and become part of that new culture of winning."

"I watched the whole thing," said Chandler running back DeCarlos Brooks. "I was hyped the whole time. I loved the energy I saw during and after the game. 

"I definitely can't wait to contribute."

"I didn't get a chance to watch but I got a chance to listen on the radio," said Livermore tight end Bradley Archer. "I loved how the team came out and put up those points in the 2nd half. It was super exciting to see all of that energy. 

"I see the program finishing the year strong. It's exciting how we're bowl eligible now."

The Bears will attempt to take back the axe from Stanford in Saturday's 121st Big Game at Memorial Stadium at 4:30 pm.

Stay tuned for word on visitors for the game, which will include another unofficial visit from tight end Elijah Mojarro.

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