Hagan's letdown was the first on a day where Cal defensive backs really struggled, marked again just two plays later when Alex Laggeman streaked right past Bryant Nnabuife on an identical route.
In red zone situations though, Sweeney looked more fallible, throwing an interception to Mike Mohamed on the goal line as he was pressured out of the pocket.
Riley, however, looked good near the end zone.
The redshirt junior connected with sophomore wideout Marvin Jones for two scores, including a lob to one corner and a fortunate tipped reception in the other, in which Jones hauled in the touchdown while on his back.
Riley also tossed a touchdown to redshirt freshman fullback Eric Stevens. Mansion did enjoy some success inside the 20 as well, scrambling for an eight-yard score on a quarterback draw.
Aside from the troubles in the secondary, though, the Bears defense looked extremely stout.
The defensive line was making it difficult on Cal running backs all day, with the exception of one Covaughn DeBoskie touchdown late in the day.
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