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  Stanford linebacker Gabe Reid said of Garbers: "He's a dangerous weapon. We saw that last year in the Big Game. He kind of gashed us, so we're definitely emphasizing doing your assignment. It's not about trying to do too much, but working together to try to bring him down. It's about getting everybody to the ball." Fans often define Cal quarterbacks by how they perform in games against Stanford. Just ask Kevin Brown, Steve Levy and Dave Penhall, who have all combined to pay for zero meals in Berkeley since improbable Big Game wins. But Garbers is different. He was good before his career-defining victory and has shown signs of being great since. Cal is 13-7 when Garbers starts and 13-4 when he plays more than a half. He's the Pac-12's active leader in wins (13) and has a Redbox Bow Offensive MVP on his mantel after a five-touchdown onslaught against Illinois last year.

After impossible circumstances in the season opener, which called for Cal to prep for UCLA without defensive linemen and travel to Pasadena - all in about a 40-hour timespan - Garbers went 18-of-33 for 122 yards and an interception. He bounced back last week at Oregon State with a 28-of-42, 315-yard, three-touchdown performance that graded out at 92% on offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave's scale. "Confidence comes from one source and one source only, and that's demonstrated performance," Musgrave said. "Chase played here as a young player and got some good experience and took some lumps, like we all do when we start out playing. I think he's learning as he goes along. "He's climbing, he's learning, and he's gaining from every single rep that he gets." - San Francisco Chronicle


rSr/2022 QB Chase GarbersCalifornia
News Source: San Francisco Chronicle



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