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By season's end he was one of the better power forwards in the conference, throwing down 19 at Pauley Pavilion in a valiant upset bid of the 2nd-ranked Bruins.
I remember that period in Cal hoops well - Grigsby was the monster power forward who was going to take Cal to the Sweet 16 and beyond.
That prophecy turned out to be true, but no one could have imagined how difficult the ride would be.
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