Friedgen Contemplates Changes, High Scoring Cal Up Next

    With the MTS game 24 hours old, Coach Friedgen must quickly begin the recovery process. From terrapin times comes the following from the Coach:” We’ve talked about there may be a few changes,” he said. “We’ll have to see. I’m going to kind of marinate overnight on that and think about it and see if we can get some guys in the right spots, maybe. And get a little more production. I think there are a couple of spots on special teams I’m thinking about making changes and maybe a couple of spots on offense and defense.”While Friedgen wouldn’t elaborate, when pushed on the quarterback situation, he admitted to thinking about using athletic Josh Portis more, and in more situations. “It’s a possibility,” said the coach. “Josh did some real good things the other night and still made a couple of errors. We’ll just have to see how that develops. I think we have to do more with him, him throwing it or even him handing it off and doing some things along those lines.”

    Now the bad news, Cal is an offensive machine scoring 104 points in its first 2 games , including a 66-3 victory at Washington State on Saturday.  Led by QB Jeff Riley and running back Jahvid Best, the Bears have been unstoppable.  No pass rush by the Terps and Cal will easily cover the 2 Tds they are favorite.

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