Unnoticed Bears Of The Week: California’s Under-Credited Plays and Players

Posted by George Duryea on September-22-2009 Add Comments

Football is one of the few sports where you can be one of the elite players at a given position and still go relatively unnoticed. It is easy to ignore the small minutiae when a running back breaks off a 47-yard run, a receiver makes a one-handed grab, a corner rips the ball from the receiver's hands, or a defensive end crushes the quarterback for a sack.

Those are the sorts of things that wind up on a stat sheet. This article is for the California Golden Bears' plays and players that do not "count." (Sadly, as I am limited to what can be seen by the television cameras, plays and players might be missed, though I will do what I can to avoid that.)

First, to the offensive line. Easily one of the least glamorous positions in ...

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