(Eds: Adds details, quotes. With AP Photos.) By JOSH DUBOW AP Sports Writer Brendan Bigelow spun around Ohio State defenders, kept his balance with his hand on the ground and sprinted for an 81-yard touchdown.
The talented California running back wasn't done a year ago in Columbus, adding a 59-yard score as part of a jaw-dropping, four-carry- for-160-yard afternoon that stamped his arrival on the college football landscape.
''He had incredible speed when he got in the open field and just made us look silly as far as missed tackles thanks to his effort,'' coach Urban Meyer said.
The fourth-ranked Buckeyes (2-0) have watched those plays over and over leading up to the rematch against the Golden Bears (1-1) on Saturday in Berkeley in hopes of eliminating them in the future.
Cal is still waiting to see more of that game-breaking ability from Bigelow. Instead of vaulting him to bigger things, that performance has been a teasing flash of unrealized talent.
''I've seen the plays he ha...