Cal Concludes Second Spring Scrimmage

"It's always bittersweet," he added. "When the offense does something well, you're worrying about the defense. When the defense does something well, you're worrying about the offense. There were a lot of great efforts. When we have that, we're going to continue to improve."

Going through a series of situational settings for nearly 70 plays, California conducted its second scrimmage during its spring workouts Saturday in Memorial Stadium.

Overall, head coach Jeff Tedford said he was pleased with the performance, but that there was still plenty of room for improvement.

"There was some good and some no so good," Tedford said. "I thought there were too many dropped balls today. Those are drive-killers.

"It's always bittersweet," he added. "When the offense does something well, you're worrying about the defense. When the defense does something well, you're worrying about the offense. There were a lot of great efforts. When we have that, we're going to continue to improve."

The Bear quarterbacks attempted more than 35 passes during the practice session, and all three players competing for the starting job connected for one touchdown toss.

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Cal wraps up spring drills with a final scrimmage open to the public at 12 noon Saturday, April 18 at Memorial Stadium. Because of the campus-wide Cal Day activities that are expected to attract 30,000 people to Berkeley, fans are encouraged to arrive early.


Alumni Reunion Weekend

Nearly 40 Cal alumni returned to campus for a reunion weekend. After playing a round of golf together and attending a reception Friday night, many stayed around for practice Saturday. Among those in attendance were Tony Gonzalez, Andre Carter, Dave Barr, Na'il Benjamin, Hardy Nickerson, Chidi Iwuoma, Justin Forsett, Dameane Douglas, Mick Luckhurst and Mike White.


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