Bears feel prepared for conference opener
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Updated: September 21, 2006, 5:52 PM ETBy Ted Miller | Special to ESPN.com
Is there still some Tennessee hangover at California? Coach Jeff Tedford says no. "We took a lot of lessons out of that game but we rebounded well and I think we're prepared to go into conference play," he said. "I think all that's on their minds is the job ahead." More than doubling up Minnesota and Portland State helped the Bears mentally, but their national reputation will take longer to heal. With Arizona State headed to Berkeley, a victory over a top-25 opponent could further inch things forward.
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