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Cal Football: 5 Keys for an Offensive Resurgence for Golden Bears
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Averaging just 28.3 points per game in 2011, the California Golden Bears finished a mediocre 7-6 for a banal and middle-of-the-pack finish in the Pac-12.

The Bears scored over 30 points just six times last season, with two of those games coming against lowly Fresno State and Presbyterian in non-conference season openers.

Raw talent behind center, in the backfield and on the outside gives the Bears the potential to lead Berkeley through an offensive Renaissance next season. In order to succeed in the top-heavy Pac-12, Cal will need to improve on its running, passing and special teams next season.

Here are the five keys for the Bears to have an offensive resurgence in 2012.

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