Posted September 28, 2013 on
Kaileb Rodriguez has been on Nevada’s radar for quite some time now —they started recruiting him when he was 15-years-old.
However, when California made its offer to Rodriguez about two years later, he simply couldn’t resist playing for a bigger program. It didn’t turn out so well because after a sour first semester with the Golden Bears, Rodriguez knew he had to transfer.
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The Bear Raid is coming to Autzen.
New California coach Sonny Dykes and his re-tooled Golden Bears visit No. 2 Oregon with both teams coming off byes, giving them plenty of time to ponder what they might see Saturday night in the conference opener for both teams.
For Oregon, it will be Dykes' pass-happy offense led by freshman quarterback Jared Goff, who is making his first...
The scoreboard operator figures to be busy Saturday when California visits second-ranked Oregon, which has scored more than 50 points in each of its first three games. Golden Bears freshman quarterback Jared Goff leads the nation in passing at 435.3 yards per game, and he’ll need another strong effort to keep pace with the explosive Ducks.
Oregon has won four straight...