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Crawfords Commentary

In the second installment of Crawford's Commentary this fall, staff writer Ken Crawford catches up with sophomore tight end Anthony Miller and freshman athlete Isi Sofele.
In this interview, Miller talks about how scrimmages are different between this season and last while Sofele gets into some of things he needs to do to impress the coaches, taking hard hits and playing this year.
Also, listen to the post-practice interview with head coach Jeff Tedford.
List of quotes in order:
-Tedford on overall thoughts on scrimmage
-Tedford on how much rust to expect
-Tedford on a celebration at the end of practice
-Tedford on short kickoffs
-Tedford on Guarnero's injury
-Tedford on experienced players who sat out
-Tedford on Jahvid's injury
-Tedford on the severity on Jahvid's injury
-Tedford on Mansion's performance
-Tedford on Riley's huddle presence and experience
-Tedford on tight ends
-Tedford on what the team gets from scrimmages
-Tedford on wide receiver play
-Tedford on Calvin's injury
-Miller on today's practice
-Miller on what's going right at camp
-Miller on expectations for this year
-Miller on fall 2009 versus fall 2008
-Miller on how scrimmages are different
-Miller on this year's team leaders
-Miller on what he needs to work on
-Miller on what his strengths are
-Sofele on coming to Cal and fall practice
-Sofele on high hopes for him
-Sofele on playing this year
-Sofele on what he needs to show coaches to play
-Sofele on taking hard hits
-Sofele on kickoffs versus punt returns
-Sofele on difficulty of punt returns
-Sofele on leaders and mentors
-Sofele on first scrimmage
-Sofele on excitement for first scrimmage
-Sofele on crowd noise
-Sofele on what he needs to work on
Audio: Crawford's Commentary - Fall Camp: Day 12 Scrimmage
Ken Crawford is a staff writer for BearTerritory. A lifelong Cal football observer, Crawford covered the Bears during the 2007 season, which included the memorable 31-24 victory over Oregon at Autzen Stadium in Eugene. Crawford will continue to handle Cal football assignments during the 2009 season.