Insiders: News and Notes

The Patriots Inside linebacker position appears set with Mike Vrabel, Monty Beisel and Chad Brown ready to step in. On the outside, things are more in a state of flux, with Rosevelt Colvin, Willie McGinest, Tully Banta-Cain and Matt Chatham in the mix. Coach Belichick isn't letting on who he expects to fit into which slots, but it's agood bet versatility will be key.
August 9, 2005

T's Cal Football Preview – 2003 - Defense

<p class=txt>Coach Jeff Tedford and defensive coordinator Bob Gregory welcomed one of the Bears' deepest recruiting classes in recent memory in 2003, with the focus being on defensive talent and athleticism at all positions. But while Cal fans wait for a return to the defensive dominance of the late nineties "Hit Squad" teams, the current state of the Bear defense is nothing if not in flux.
August 27, 2003

Cal Football - Two-Deep

<p class=txt>Here is the current 2-deep chart from Cal Media Relations.
August 18, 2003


<p class=txt> The California Golden Bears braved the elements and scrimmaged before a small but hardy gathering at Memorial Stadium. While the rain and wind may have dominated the action, <b> LB Joe Maningo</b> came in a close second.
April 13, 2003


<p class=txt>The 2003 edition of the California Golden Bears participated in an intra-squad scrimmage this afternoon at Memorial Stadium. It was the first of three spring Saturday scrimmages, culminating with the annual Blue/Gold game on April 19th
April 5, 2003

Big Game #105. Cal Winning Season on the line.

<p class="txt">On paper, Cal (6-5) wins 90% of the statistical battles and should win this game over Stanford (2-8). However, last weekend's game aginst UA demonstrated that Cal can lose to the worst team in the Pac 10 on its home field. After all, Stanford defeated Arizona 16-6 on their home field while the Bear's secondary utterly collapsed, yielding most of the Wildcat's 52. Cal has been in an offensive funk since the halftime of the USC game (4 1/2 games ago). </p>
November 22, 2002