Brendan Bigelow

California Golden Bears #5 - Running Back

  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 180

Cal Football Position Reviews 2016: Wide Receivers

Let’s take a look back at this year’s Golden Bear receiving corps!

Which Pac-12 school has recruited the best at RB?

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It's not surprising which two teams top the list, but it is surprising to see the gap between them and the rest of the conference

Nowhere to go but up for Cal

Cal started a true freshman quarterback and couldn't keep 11 defenders healthy at a time in 2013. In the improving Pac-12, this resulted in total disaster. The Bears should improve quite a bit in...

GN: Marshawn Lynch is coming to a theater near you

Lynch was struck with the "acting bug" and will reveal his true character, not just the public's negative perception.

Catching up with the latest Bears joining the NFL

We've got eight Bears with a fighting chance to make it to the NFL. Let's take a minute to see which teams are gaining a Bear and which teams have a promising Bear reunion.

Cal Spring Football Preview: Roster Overview

Here's your quick primer to the depth chart.

Cal spring RBs preview: Muhammad, Lasco lead way

Can Pierre Ingram turn the running game around with Khalfani Muhammad and Daniel Lasco the two biggest options in spring practice?

Cal Pro Day recap

We've got your statistics and your measurements right here for Brendan Bigelow, Kameron Jackson, Richard Rodgers, Khairi Fortt and more.

GN: Nick Kranz interviewed about 2014 Cal football

How will student-athlete departures affect the Golden Bears in the second year under Sonny Dykes?

GN: Cal "abysmal" in SC loss & more on DC Kaufman

January 22 saw the hire of our new defensive coordinator, Art Kaufman, and the defeat of the Golden Bears at the hands of the Trojans. It sucked.

Gekko File: P12 North Draft Decisions in Review

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The Gekko Files are opened to examine the decisions to both stay or go among the most talented of Pac 12 North underclassmen.

Record Number of Underclassmen in 2014 NFL Draft

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The deadline to declare for the 2014 NFL Draft has come and gone, and a record number of players have given up their college eligibility.