The Bears had little trouble rolling over Presbyterian, 63-12. Here's the game story from the SF Chronicle's John Crumpacker, which mentions that Jeff Tedford got his 75th win.
With their the stadium under construction, the Bears are looking right at home at AT&T park according to columnist Bruce Jenkins.
The passing game remains a wild and mostly satisfying adventure. Zach Maynard had a couple of regrettable moments, overthrowing Marvin Jones on what would have been a certain post-route touchdown pass in the second quarter, then flinging a sideline pass directly to Presbyterian safety Justin Bethel, who ran the interception back 29 yards for a touchdown.
Such misfires figure to be costly against stiffer opposition, but Maynard would prefer that you consider the entire package. Playing only the first half, he completed 15 of 25 passes for 215 yards and three touchdowns, two of them to a receiver combination (Keenan Allen and Jones) that looks more dangerous by the week.From the Bay Area News Group ...