Mon Sep 10 08:25pm EDT
Cal has officially released the two-deep for the Ohio State game, and Matt Summers-Gavin is not on it.
The veteran right tackle went down in Week One against Nevada, and has not played since due to a right knee injury. An MRI revealed an unspecified MCL issue, and since he is not on the two-deep this week, it appears to be more serious than the Bears initially let on.
Tight end Richard Rodgers was still listed as the starting tight end, despite injuring his foot and, according to a source "hearing a pop," last week against Southern Utah. Outside linebacker Chris McCain was also still listed as the starter.
As expected, true freshman tackle Freddie Tagaloa is now on the two-deep after playing one series against the Thunderbirds, and is second-string at left tackle behind Tyler Rigsbee.
At right tackle, replacing Summers-Gavin, is Bill Tyndall, followed by redshirt freshman Geoffrey Gibson, who was the second-string right guard. 6-foot-6 Matt Williams moves to take Gibson's spot behind starter Chris Adcock.