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Cal at Washington Game Notes
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  11/17/2007

Nov. 17, 2007

Recap |  Final Stats

Cal Captains: Antony Felder, Justin Forsett, Craig Stevens and Thomas DeCoud

- Seattle product Brandon Jones was in on a tackle on special teams in the first quarter

- With Matt Malele injured prior to the game, redshirt freshman Michael Costanzo got some playing time on the defensive line in the first quarter - Washington was the second team this season to put up 14 first quarter points on the Bears (Tennessee)

- Cameron Morrah hauled in his first touchdown of the season (second of his career) in the first quarter

- Brandon Hampton recorded his fourth pass break up of the season in the first quarter

- DeSean Jackson snared four catches in the first quarter, extending his consecutive games streak with at least one catch to 27 games ... Jackson's 23-yard punt return in the second quarter was his longest since the Tennessee game in September

- Robert Jordan recorded his 40th straight game with a reception after his eight-yard catch in the second quarter ... Jordan hauled in a season-long 42-yard reception in the third quarter

- Craig Stevens recorded his third receiving touchdown this season in the second quarter - a career-high for touchdowns in a single-season for the senior tight end

- Bernard Hicks recorded his third pass break up of the season in the second quarter

- Justin Forsett recorded a career-long 58 rush in the second quarter to help setup Cal's third touchdown of the game ... Forsett now has eight 100-yard rushing games this season and 14 for his career

- James Montgomery recorded his first career touchdown reception on just his second career catch in the second quarter

- Nate Longshore equaled a season-high three touchdowns passes in the first half

- Zack Follett recorded his team-leading 5 ½ sack in the third quarter

- Andrew Larson had his consecutive number of punts streak with out a touchback at 41 snapped in third quarter

- Thomas DeCoud recorded a career-high in tackles with 16


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