Since that first drive, nothing for Cal
October, 3, 2009
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
BERKELEY, Calif. -- California went 66 yards on its first possession before Kevin Riley threw an interception in the end zone.
On the Bears' next six possessions, they gained 40 yards and four times went three-and-out.
It's 20-0, but it seems like the gap between Cal and USC is much larger.
And how about Taylor Mays chasing down Jahvid Best on third-and-1? That's speed. Guess Mays' knee is OK.