Cal Football Alums Doing Well in World Football League

Four former Cal football players are having an impact on various teams in the World Football League, sponsored by the NFL. Below is a brief rundown on those players. Safety DANTE DE PAOLA, Barcelona
By Cal Athletics on Mon, June 21, 1999

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May 8, 1998

BERKELEY, Calif.- Four former Cal football players are having an impact on various teams in the World Football League, sponsored by the NFL. Below is a brief rundown on those players.

Safety DANTE DE PAOLA, Barcelona Dragons - Second on the team with 26 tackles. Has also added one sack and one pass defensed.

Running Back TYRONE EDWARDS, England Monarchs - His 57-yard touchdown run is the longest in the league this season. Has totaled 142 yards on 32 carries, averaging 4.4 yards per rush.

Center BEN LYNCH, Frankfurt Galaxy - The starting center, has helped the Galaxy average 110.4 rushing yards per game.

Running Back REYNARD RUTHERFORD, Frankfurt Galaxy - Allocated by the San Francisco 49ers. Fifth in the league in rushing, totaling 225 yards on 49 carries, averaging 4.6 yards per attempt

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