SDBoltReport.com is proud to bring back NFL Draft analyst Rob Curtis for a second year with his <i>daily</i> 2005 NFL Draft Blog, detailing the hot prospects and unknown commodities dotting the landscape leading up to the April Draft, including who the San Diego Chargers should target.
April 12, 2005
With the NFL Combines in Indianapolis less than a week away, there is plenty of news on the prospect front. Who is the Chiefs highest rated outside linebacker? And do the Chargers like the same player? Who is really interested in entering July's supplemental draft? What are the Super Bowl Champion Patriots up to?
February 17, 2005
<p><em><small>Aaron Rodgers vs. Arizona State/(Photo by Michael Pimentel/Goldenbearsports.com)</p></em></small> <p class="txt">To accommodate the large Saturday night crowd at Memorial Stadium, the visiting Arizona State Sun Devils decided to bake turnovers for the crowd. While Dirk Koetter & co. stopped at five, that was more than enough as California defeated ASU 27-0.</p>
November 2, 2004
<p class=bld>So how did your life in football begin?</p> <p class=txt>I went to Culver City high school, it's about 5 minutes from Santa Monica. I played football for 4 years there, and gradually got better year-by-year. When I was a senior, I was the MVP on the team, but we were only 1-9 on the year. It sure wasn't much fun. Mixed with all those losses, we had 5 coaches in 4 years. <br>
October 30, 2003
<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