SALT LAKE CITY -- It was Cal's biggest game arguably since the 2007 contest against Oregon State, where the Bears were ranked No. 2 in the nation, but this bunch is different. These Bears have never been ranked, much less played as a ranked team against another member of the top 25. Against now-No. 4 Utah on Saturday, wide receiver Stephen Anderson said, Cal "kind of, for a second, got wide-eyed."
"We just had too many mistakes," said Anderson. "Our defense played great. They gave the offense more than enough opportunity to win the game, but we couldn't execute."
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