Cal Football Vs. Presbyterian Score Update: Isi Sofele, C.J. Anderson, Sean Cattouse Lead Bears To 14-0 Lead

After some early hiccups, the California Golden Bears are marching it up on the Presbyterian Blue Hose. Penalties prolonged the first Presbyterian drive and killed the first Cal drive, but then Presbyterian was stiffed by penalties of their own and an Ernest Owusu sack on their second possession.

Cal tailback Isi Sofele broke into open field and made some nice outside shifts to elude tacklers, taking it down to the Presbyterian 9. C.J. Anderson punched it in on the next play, taking two Blue Hose defenders with him to the end zone.

Presbyterian quarterback Ryan Singer then threw an interception straight to Sean Cattouse on the next possession, who took it right to the red zone at the four yard line. Sofele punched it in two plays later to give the Bears a 14-0 lead.

Presbyterian went three-and-out on their next drive, and the Bears are driving again at the end of the first quarter. Cal has racked up 123 total yards to zero for Presbyterian, and are firmly in control through fifteen minutes.

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