LOOKING TO IMPROVE DESPITE 4-0 START
By Jay Heater
The statistics all look good, but for Cal Coach Jeff Tedford, the feel isn't quite right. ``I'm still trying to figure that part out,'' said Tedford, who has figured things out enough to post a 29-13 overall record in leading the Golden Bears. No. 12 Cal (4-0, 1-0 Pacific-10) hosts
Kovalcheck has been hurting the Wildcats' opponents as well. He has thrown for 793 yards and completed 58.3 percent of his passes. Although the Bears have 10 sacks in four games, pressuring the quarterback appears to be an issue. ``You always need more pressure,'' McCleskey said. ``But I think, so far, our pressure has been great.'' McCleskey said that this season's defensive unit, which has seven new starters, has a chance to be even better than the 2004 version that helped the team to a 10-2 record. ``Our defense is a lot different'' in terms of personnel, McCleskey said. ``But we're faster and more athletic.''