With starting quarterback Davis Webb on the shelf for the early part of the week, California will be taking a longer look at his two backups -- Chase Forrest and Ross Bowers -- neither of whom have taken a snap this year, while the other 11 Pac-12 teams have played a total of 25 quarterbacks. In our first set of film, we take a look at Forrest, who's now been the understudy to both No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff and Webb, who's been tabbed the top senior quaterback prospect for this year's draft.
It was Forrest who bought the Tom House arm workout to the quarterback group, and told BearTerritory that his arm feel better now than it ever has at any point in a season. He's the most experienced backup Cal has, having played in three games last season, and gone 10-for-18 passing.
More Bye Week
With senior graduate transfer Davis Webb on the shelf with a hand injury, redshirt freshman Ross Bowers and redshirt sophomore Chase Forrest took center stage this week in practice.
The playful sides of James Looney and Cameron Saffle are explored in this sneak peek at Cal's episode of The Drive.
Jon Doss re-joins the Bear Republic Podcast as we help you drink your blues away as Cal enters the bye week.
Cal quarterback Davis Webb talks about his injured hand and the decision to keep playing on Saturday against Oregon State.
After injuring his hand against Oregon State, Cal will hold quarterback Davis Webb out of practice on Tuesday, along with receiver Chad Hansen, who sprained his left ankle.