A new tale for Cal's Boller

Dienhart, Tom
March 2002
Sporting News;3/11/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 10, p62
Features Kyle Boller, quarterback for University of California, Berkeley. Plans of coach Jeff Tedford for Boller; Attitude in life; Things needed to acquire in order to succeed; View on the use of feet in throwing the ball.


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