Jeff Tedford describes his role in play-calling this season
- by Administrator 3 years ago
Jeff Tedford kicked-off PAC Media Day in Los Angeles today.
A year ago, Cal struggled on offense, but as Tedford pointed out, “We were six points away from being 8-4.”
After starting quarterback Kevin Riley went down with a season ending injury, the Bears averaged just 13 points per game.
In the off-season, offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig departed for San Diego State.
Oakland Raiders offensive line coach Jim Michalczik joined the staff as offensive coordinator / offensive line coach, while former Wyoming offensive coordinator Marcus Arroyo joined the staff as quarterbacks coach. In addition, former Colorado offensive coordinator Eric Kiesau joined the staff as wide receivers coach.
Asked how he would handle the playing calling duties this season, Tedford said, “I will be a little bit more involved in that. We will call them as a staff and always communicate, but I will be much more involved this year than last year.”
"Call them as a staff." Huh?
Cal opens against Fresno State before traveling to Colorado in week #2.