BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) The difference in attitude at California is stark heading into coach Sonny Dykes' second season.
The players are excited about practice, focused on football and eager to put last season's disappointing one-win campaign far in the past.
''It's a whole different environment,'' receiver Chris Harper said. ''Everybody is pumped...
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August 11, 2014
THESE ARE THE games that bowl-caliber teams win. It was not always aesthetically pleasing to watch Washington State’s 44-22 win Saturday at California as Golden Bears wide receiver Chris Harper consistently beat Cougar defenders on deep balls during the first half. But WSU always seemed to respond to adversity en route to improving to 2-0 in conference road games.
The Golden Bears should "keep their day jobs," Chris Harper will start out wide and Tony Franklin talks about the pressure of the first play.
California freshman wide receiver Chris Harper had a career-high 101 receiving yards and scored on a 14-yard reverse in the Golden Bears' 21-13 loss to Washington.