BERKELEY -- California linebacker Ray Davison has moved to the inside with defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter, as the Bears switch from a 4-3 to a 3-4 alignment. Plus, Davison talks about his relationship with seven-year NFL vet, Super Bowl champion and All-Pac-10 linebacker, Desmond Bishop, who's back at his alma mater as a quality control coach on defense.
Cal linebacker Ray Davison talks Des Bishop, spring practice
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