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Sophomore Nate Longshore returns after somewhat surprisingly winning the starting job as a freshman in 2005, only to get hurt in the first game and stay out the rest of the season.
Senior Joe Ayoob was everybody's JUCO Mr. Everything heading into 2005, then had a roller-coaster year after replacing Longshore. Ayoob, who was saddled with ridiculously unfair Michael Vick comparisons in junior college, managed to throw down a shaky 5-4 record as a starter. However, the senior was said to look solid in the spring, despite tweaking his ankle late in the sessions. Converted fullback Steve Levy also returns, having won a couple of games as starter late in 2005.
The three quarterbacks leave a solid situation in Berkeley for coach Jeff Tedford. Longshore's a prototype, 6-5 guy; Ayoob is a fantastic athlete and more accurate than what we saw last year, and Levy was a gamer in every sense of the word. You didn't think the Cal quarterback situation would struggle for very long under Coach Ted's watch, did ya? Plus, Tedford's experience developing college passers in recent memory gives Cal the edge over the next school on our list.