Bay Area college football teams turn out for media day in S.F.
To inevitable indicators of an impending college football season cliches. Are really excited about the season we -- excited to be here we're excited about all the things that are going on San Jose state. And questions. Monday's kickoff luncheon gave us well. Who's quarterback. Couple. -- because right -- yes at Stanford the uncertainty of life after luck continues to dominate discussion. Well we have as we have a couple of guys have seen what he's done you know they're not gonna try and being 200 or try to -- -- there is -- Brett Nottingham and those guys that are playing well they view themselves let's play Stanford football. Biggest job quarterback -- really is too. Car on the seeds. To get the ball into the guy's hands to alleviate that plays together can do that can help the engine run. As their offense and is supposed to run and I -- it together starts. Did go for San Jose states we've got to find a quarterback now in their final season in the whack the spartans can contend if they can find an answer under center we're kind of -- about to the point to solve that we're gonna go first ten days of practices. And have a couple scrimmage is and always see from there right. A select all the young men are capable cal knows it's quarterback's name but needs his game to ramp up a notch. Zach Maynard in the offense must keep pace with the consistently high and defense. If the Bears are to challenge for -- pac twelve north crown. He's a talented guy he understands what we're doing offensively now -- she understands the speed of the game we got. He -- -- -- coming back how they are rested having our receiver. So that you need another receiver to come in them make plays for us. All three schools will be in full practice mode by this Sunday cal opens its season on September 1 Stanford and San Jose state play each other on August 31. So even those summer is not yet half over it's beginning to feel a lot like fall. In San Francisco Scott Reese Comcast sports.
Stanford, Cal and San Jose State coaches took the podium on Monday at Bay Area media day to talk about expectations for the upcoming college football season.