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OSU 35 CAL 28: Isi Sofele helped lead rushing assault on Ohio State’s defense with 90 yards

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The California Bears led by Brendan Bigelow, Isi Sofele, C.J. Anderson and Eric Stevens rolled up 224 yards on 41 rushes against an Ohio State defense that is still mistake-prone in the early part of the 2012 season.

Sofele rushed 21 times for 86 of those yards as the starting running back.

California RB Isi Sofele ( photo)

The 5’8, 200-pound senior has played in all 41 games possible with 17 starts in his four collegiate seasons from 2009-2012, including each contest of 2011 and the first three games of this season.

Named to Phil Steele’s third team preseason All-PAC-12 team and watch lists for the Maxwell Award, the Doak Walker Award and the College Performance Awards Running Back Trophy.


OSU 35 CAL 28: Bears third-string tailback Brendan Bigelow has big day vs. Ohio State

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Going into last Saturday game at Ohio State, California running back Brendan Bigelow was listed as the number-3 man behind Isi Sofele and C.J. Anderson.

After the game ended, a 35-28 loss to the Buckeyes, Bigelow had the best game of all three, rushing for 160 yards on just 4 carries, with two touchdowns, including an 81-yard run in the 3rd quarter and a 59-yarder in the 4th quarter.

California RB Brendan Bigelow ( photo)

Bigelow’s 81-yarder was a career-long. It was Cal’s longest play from scrimmage this season, surpassing Daniel Lasco’s 77-yarder the week before vs. Southern Utah. It is the longest rush since Jahvid Best’s 93-yard touchdown run at UCLA in 2009. He ended the day with a personal-best 160 rushing yards and 230 all-purpose yards. His previous career best in all-purpose yards was 137 against Presbyterian last year.

The 5’10, 190-pounder was named to the CFPA Special Teams Trophy watch list prior to this season.