September 27, 2007
Jackson looking to break out
Using All-American DeSean Jackson as a decoy for the rest of the season might very well work out just fine for the Cal offense, but for Bears head coach Jeff Tedford, he's not about to wait around and see what happens. With the Pac-10's biggest matchup to date this season set to kickoff Saturday afternoon, the two-time Pac-10 Coach of the Year noted this week that teams will have to start stopping the "other" guys on the Cal offense. Either way, Jackson himself is not about to complain.
Through four games this season, the junior All-American wide out has caught a pedestrian 17 balls for 151 yards and no touchdowns. For someone of Jackson's skill level, seeing a zero under the "TD" reception category is hard to phantom, especially considering the Cal offense as a whole has averaged 41.5 points per game to begin the season.
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