CSU will try to slow speedy Cal down

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press
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The Colorado State Rams have a big job ahead of them tomorrow and that's trying to slow down the speedy tenth-ranked California Bears.

The most prominent of Cal's sensational dashers is DeSean Jackson who's the Pac-10 special teams player of the week after tallying 143 all-purpose yards on six touches last week. The Bears went on to defeat Tennessee 45-31.

Colorado State coach Sonny Lubick says they probably will punt to Jackson despite the problems he created for Tennessee. He says he doesn't want fans to boo if the Rams punt it out of bounds.

The Rams of the Mountain West Conference are coming off last week's 31-28 overtime loss to Colorado. The game against California gets under way at noon tomorrow at Hughes Stadium in Fort Collins.

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