Cal-Washington 2009: Expect Eyes To Be on Jake Locker and Kevin Riley

Posted by Ed Yevelev on December-4-2009 Add Comments

For the past three years, contests between the Cal Golden Bears and Washington Huskies have amounted to running back showcases. 

In 2006 , Cal pulled out a wild, come-from-behind 31-24 victory on the back of Marshawn Lynch—who recorded 150 yards on the ground, as well as go-ahead scores in the fourth quarter and overtime.

A year later, in the penultimate game of the Bears' second-half tailspin, host Washington ran up 334 yards on Cal—headlined by 224 from Louis Rankin.

Jahvid Best more than returned the favor back in Berkeley last season, as he racked up a school-record 311 yards in barely ...

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