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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 (megasportsnews.com 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.

 

OSU 35 CAL 28: A look back by Cal CB Marc Anthony on defensive breakdowns

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The University of California Bears came into Ohio Stadium last Saturday and almost went away with a win. But Ohio State won late in the game, 35-28.

Senior cornerback Marc Anthony had three tackles in the game.

California Bears CB Marc Anthony (megasportsnews.com photo)

Anthony is Cal’s active career leader in passes defended (23) and pass breakups (19).

He was named to Phil Steele’s third team preseason All-PAC-12 team, and a candidate for the Jim Thorpe Award and Jack Tatum Trophy given annually to the nation’s top defensive back.

Collected his first interception of 2012 in the fourth quarter against Southern Utah and returned it 61 yards for a touchdown.

FIRST FOUR, Game 4 at Dayton, South Florida 65 California 54; Bulls dominate

 

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DAYTON, OHIO — Members of the media and fans of the South Florida Bulls criticize the team for the way they play offense of slowing the ball down when they have the horses to play uptempo.

Head coach Stan Heath believes that slowing the game down is the way to go against the horses in the Big East.

Who’s to argue with Heath, after all, they won 20 regular season games and gained a berth in the NCAA’s FIRST FOUR.

Coach Heath’s formula worked on Wednesday night against the California Golden Bears of the Pac-12 Conference.

The Bulls ran all over the court, scoring on three’s, layups, fast breaks, free throws and offensive rebounds en route to a 65-54 win at UD Arena.

The halftime score was 36-13 USF, which was unbelievable the fans and media at the game.

Those 13 points allowed by South Florida in the first half, ties for the seventh fewest since the NCAA tournament expanded in 1985, according to info from STATS LLC.

Cal ‘s top players Justin Cobbs, Jorge Gutierrez, Allen Crabbe were all bottled up by the Bulls defense. They only player who solved it was Harper Kamp, who scored 19 points.

The Bulls were led by Victor Rudd Jr., with 15 points, followed by Anthony Collins with 12, Augustus Gilchrist chipping in with 11 and Jawanza Poland with 10.

South Florida shot the ball well all game, 66% in the first half and 57% for the game.

The crowd of 7,218 were entertained by the slam-dunking, fast-breaking, helter-skelter play of the Bulls.

GAME NOTES

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*The win was the first in the NCAA tournament for South Florida.

*This was South Florida’s first berth in the NCAA since 1992.

* The Bulls were the only Big East team without an NCAA win before Wednesday’s game.

*Stan Heath was named Big East Coach of the Year after taking the Bulls to a projected 14th place finish to a final spot of sixth in the regular season.

* The Bulls were 12-6 in the Big East, their best record ever.

* Cal played in its 17th NCAA Tournament.

* With 24 wins this season, Cal joins the 1960 team which reached the NCAA Championship game with a 28-2 mark.

* Jorge Gutierrez was the 2011-2012 Pac-12 Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year.

 

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New Pacific 12 Conference set divisions for 2011

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The Pacific 10 Conference, soon-to-be the Pacific 12 in 2011, has approved football divisions that will split the two California schools.

Colorado and Utah recently agreed to accept invitations to join the Pac-10 Conference, which made changes necessary for when the league has 12 teams beginning July 1, 2011.

The league decided to split the California schools, with Stanford and Cal playing in the North Division with Oregon, Oregon State, Washington and Washington State.

UCLA and USC will make up the South Division with Arizona, Arizona State, Utah and Colorado.

The conference did vote to keep those historically important California rivalries with Cal and Stanford, UCLA and USC playing every year in football.

The other cross-divisional games in the nine-game conference schedule will rotate, with the Oregon and Washington schools playing in Los Angeles every other year as opposed to the current yearly trips. The Northwest Pac-10 schools would play either both Los Angeles schools every other year or one L.A. school each year.

compiled from staff, TV, radio & Pacific 10 Conference news