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Cal confident it can slow Oregon's blur

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California has had success slowing down Oregon's spread option offense the past two seasons, but must overcome injuries.

BERKELEY, Calif. – The challenge is more than daunting, facing an Oregon offense that leads the nation in points per game, whose first-half output of 36 points per game would rank 29th in the nation, who put up a staggering 62 points and 730 yards at USC. And yet, the California defense has carried a certain attitude throughout the week. Not a swagger, not arrogance, but the understanding it can...

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