Nate Longshore Named StarterIf you haven't already heard the news (which last time I checked was being displayed on ESPN's News Ticker), Nate Longshore has been named the starter for tomorrow's Emerald Bowl Matchup against the Miami Hurricanes.
Tedford has stated that Longshore is finally healthy, after injuring his shoulder at the Oregon game, and has been having as good of a two weeks of practice as he's had all year.
HydroTech over at CGB reports seeing Kevin Riley walking with a noticeable limp, so let the conspiracy theories in the triangle that is the QB situation with Tedford, Longshore, Riley (Mansion still says hello) commence.
Either way, it's looking unlikely that Riley will get much playing time based off any such reports, and any comments by Tedford, so most Bears fans will have to get ready to root on Nate and the Bears.
SF Mayor Gavin Newsom has made a friendly wager with Miami's mayor over tomorrow's game's outcome. Newsom is putting some Napa wine and sourdough bread on the line, while Miami's mayor is throwing up...oranges.
Yippee ki yay.
How about something fun like exporting all the homeless people from the winning team's city to the losing team's city for a year?
After raining heavily all week, Bears fans should be in store for a dry game. While there is still a small chance of rain, let's all hope the football gods are Cal fans tomorrow. As much as the Oregon game was fun, I can really only do that once a year.