We break down everything from Saturday's Cal win over Grambling State, and get into a little discussion about what the win means for the Bears, particularly the defense.
In this edition of the Bear Republic Podcast, publisher Ryan Gorcey and host Jon Doss break down Cal's 73-14 win over Grambling State on Saturday, from the offense to the defense and back again.
What did the Bears do well on Saturday? What did the offense maybe do not so well? 660 yards of total offense is certainly a good start, but did Cal maybe leave some points on the field?
One of Cal's biggest issues were turnovers, and head coach Sonny Dykes talks to us about how worried he is about that, as well as what concerned him about the protection of Jared Goff.
Of course, there were the interceptions by Cameron Walker and Devante Downs that broke Cal's seal on defensive scoring and three touchdown catches by Kenny Lawler.
In case any of you missed it, and judging by the hit rates, you didn't, here's the full halftime show from the World Famed Tiger Marching Band of Grambling.
For those of you who haven't seen our latest Scout NOW video hit, take a gander at what Dykes had to say about his young offensive linemen.
As we get the week started, check out which prospects visited the Bears for their opener last weekend in yet another Scout NOW piece.
Across the country, Chris Harper found his way onto the roster for the New England Patriots, and we have that full story HERE.
Don't forget that our members can check ou tthe latest from the weekly press conference right here, as well.