Audio: Edison-Bullard Post Game Interviews

Rolando Jefferson

In what was billed as the biggest game among Fresno (Calif.) Unified schools in almost 30 years, No. 2 Edison destroyed No. 1 Bullard 35-0. Edison scored on its first four possessions opening up a 28-0 second quarter lead. was there and got the reaction from some of Friday night's top performers…

John Tate (6-2, 200) had another stellar game running and catching the ball. The recent Washington commit talks about the great win:

Brandon Leslie (6-0, 195) played one of his best games of his career. He made a crucial interception in Bullard territory setting up Edison's fourth touchdown. The Georgia Tech commit talks about his interception and representing the Yellow Jackets:

Robert Golden (5-10.5, 190) finally got the ball thrown his way. Despite playing with a high-ankle sprain, the U.S. Army All-American "shut it down" Friday night. He talks about the Tigers having the best secondary in the nation and about his upcoming official visits:

Rolando Jefferson (6-2.5, 190) is absolutely taking the Valley by storm. He did not catch a long ball this week, but he did have another touchdown grab. But the highlight of the night was his five-foot leap over a Bullard defender on an end-around. He talks about that play and the "World's" best defense:

Jefferson Jumps Over Bullard Defender --

Clifton Rogers (5-8, 170) had a tough game to say the least. Despite the loss, he says the Knights just need to get their heads straight in the upcoming weeks. He talks about the tough loss and recruiting news:

Stay with for video highlights of the game in the coming week.

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