Tallying up Cal’s projected tight ends

For the Bears, this makes sense as a 6’3’’, 245-pound Hudson is a big body presence who can handle the block and also make moves on a pass. He is a veteran who has played in 34 games with nine starts as a Bear, and in 11 games last season he racked up 165 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
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Narrowing down Cal’s wide receivers

One receiver position outright belongs to sophomore Demetris Robertson, who performed well in his freshman season behind Hansen. Robertson had the second-most touchdowns among wide receivers with seven and lead the team in average yards per catch with 15.34, a little under two more yards than Hansen.
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Previewing Cal’s offensive line

Quarterbacks and running backs typically receive most of the credit on the offense, but without protection or room to run, an offense falls to pieces and Cal needs its big men if it wants to have a successful 2017 season.
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Deep diving into Cal’s defensive ends, nose guards

Disrupting the passer, forcing fumbles and wrecking overall havoc on the quarterback are all aspects of the defensive end and nose guard positions. Here’s a look into Cal’s upcoming defensive ends and nose guards, who will look to obliterate the offenses of their opponents. At the defensive end position, the
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