Cal focusing on correcting flaws after back-to-back losses

Cal quarterback Brandon McIlwain had to have the nameplate reattached to his jersey during a second-quarter stoppage in Saturday’s 24-17 loss at Arizona.
This week, the entire offense is trying to glue itself back together.
“Week by week, we’re growing more confident in everything we do,” senior center Addison Ooms said. “We can move the ball on anyone in the country. We truly believe that. The only thing is: We shoot ourselves in the foot.
“We’ve got to correct that.”
The Bears have boosted their offensive production against four straight FBS opponents, but even as they’ve finally seemingly settled on a quarterback, turnovers and penalties have their season trending in the wrong direction.
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