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Four-star stays quiet on Cal

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Darius Allensworth does not have much to say yet about Cal firing Jeff Tedford on Tuesday.
His actions might speak louder than words anyway.
The four-star cornerback from Romoland (Calif.) Heritage has been committed to Cal since mid-August after previously being pledged to Arizona but he's continued to look at other programs through his senior season.
With the news of Tedford's firing on Tuesday, Allensworth did not have anything to say about his future with the Golden Bears and wants to convene with his father to figure out appropriate next steps.
"As of right now I have no comment," Allensworth said. "I have nothing to say about it. No comment right now.
"We'll see. I have to talk to my dad. I just want to talk to my dad and then we'll see."
The 5-foot-11, 175-pound four-star who shined this past summer at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge in Atlanta took his second trip to Wisconsin last month and has talked highly about the Badgers.
UCLA has also made a move for Allensworth and he's taken a couple unofficial visits there over his senior season.
Utah, Colorado and Washington State - where teammate Jamal Morrow is committed - have also offered.
Rivals.com rates Allensworth as the No. 25 cornerback and the No. 239 prospect in the 2013 class.
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