Cal vs. ASU: Golden Bears address resilience, rotations, injuries

Here are some updates from Tuesday's press conference for the California Golden Bears as they prepare to take on the Arizona State Sun Devils this week. Jeff Faraudo of the Bay Area News Group reports.

Jeff Tedford is still looking on working Brendan Bigelow into the rotation. Although Bigelow has proven he can be very productive when he has gotten carries, so far he's only touched the football several times per game. Tedford says Bigelow is still a work in progress despite his spectacular play.

The status of Cal offensive lineman Matt Summers-Gavin is still uncertain. Summers-Gavin has been out the past three games with a leg injury and his status is still day-to-day. Tedford really didn't address the situation all that well.

Cal players encourage the fans not to give up on the team for only going 1-3. The Bears have played two of the hardest games on their schedule and now have a winnable slate going forward, so there's definite reason for some optimism despite the slow start.

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