Cal Bears Podcast with Morris Phillips: The road to a Cal victory in the Big Game goes through Stanford’s Bryce Love

November 13, 2017

Cal Bears, NCAA

Stanford Cardinal running back Bryce Love (20) is tackled by Washington Huskies defensive back Ezekiel Turner (24) during the third quarter of an NCAA football game in Stanford, Calif. on Friday, November 10, 2017. Stanford beat Washington 30-22. (Spencer Allen/IOS via AP Images)

On the Cal Bears podcast with Morris:

1 Senior day was a good day in the Cal Bears last game two weeks ago (they have the Big Game this Saturday). The Bears got a win over the Oregon State Beavers 37-23 to improve their record to 5-5

2 In that game Cal quarterback Ross Bowers threw 24-30 for 259 yards to help improve the Cal offense

3 Morris talks about how important the rest is for Cal coming off a bye week before the Big Game at Stanford

4 With Cal heading to Stanford for the Big Game their main goal now is to shut down Stanford’s run game as the Cardinal will be going with running back Bryce Love. If they can do that they could have this game in hand

5 Cal head coach Justin Wilcox said after the OSU game that the Bears main focus in practice going forward towards the Big Game is to stop Love and his run game which has been Stanford’s success all season. OSU stopped Love and they almost won it against Stanford back on Oct 26th

Morris Phillips does the Cardinal podcasts Mondays and Wednesdays at http://www.sportsradioservie.com

 

 

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