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GoldenBearReport – Video: Day Two of Fall Camp 2021

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Cal’s offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave, center Brian Driscoll, and guard Matt Cindric spoke to various media after Cal’s second practice of Fall Camp.

On the addition of new material to the playbook:

“I think we feel great about our 15 days of spring. We identified some concepts on which we could hang our hat, both run and pass. We’ll keep honing our skills in those concepts and getting our guys ready for September 4th.”

On what Christopher Brooks adds to the table:

“He looks great; Christopher is working hard; he’s always working hard in my time here. He’s a terrific worker and leader. He had some soft tissue nagging injuries in 2020, but he’s worked to return to being himself. He’s looked outstanding these past couple of days.”

On Chase Garbers and what he’s done so far:

Chase is not getting the lion’s share of reps (overall). We’re splitting them evenly, but he’s doing an excellent job decision-making-wise. He had a great play to Kekoa Crawford today, a great decision, and a beautiful pass (55 yards for a TD).

On the two true freshmen wideouts, Mavin Anderson and J. Michael Sturdivant:

“We’re hoping they can contribute on special teams or offense in some form or fashion. They’ve got some ability, both guys have done a good job of studying the playbook, and both had some balls flying at them today. Mavin is at the flanker, J. Mike is at the split end; they’re on the field simultaneously, doing their thing.”

Who’s competing at the center position:

“Brian Driscoll is in the mix, Ben Coleman is in the mix, and of course, Cindo, Cindo plays a lot of guard for us, but he’s a very skilled center; we’ve got some good candidates.”

On what Damien Moore needs to do to keep improving:

“I think to keep being himself; he had a perfect day; he’s good in the passing game coming out of the backfield running our choice routes. He’s sharp in pass protection; we trust him when it gets real exotic on the defensive side of the ball on third down.”

On what Ryan Glover brings to the table:

“Ryan is going to be a great addition to the quarterback room. He’s a sharp kid and played a lot of football at Penn. An outstanding athlete and can throw the ball way downfield, we’re excited to bring him into the quarterback room, to bring his experience as a fifth-year player.”

On Kai Millner through two days:

“Kai’s getting some play, aand ll of our true first-year students are getting some plays, but we’ve got to be reasonable with them; they can’t know a lot because they just got here. We’re keeping the volume toned down. Kai’s been out there taking his share.”

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