10/07/2012 - CB Marc Anthony missed most of the game against UCLA with an undisclosed injury sustained in the first quarter. It's uncertain whether he'll be able to play against Washington State.
09/23/2012 - CB Marc Anthony had a career-high 13 tackles, which is also the most for a Cal player this season.
09/14/2012 - SCOUTING THE DEFENSE: Cal has been much better against the run than against the pass, but that is skewed a bit because Southern Utah was ill-equipped to run the ball against the Bears and relied on its star QB Brad Sorensen. The Bears were unable to handle the spread option attack of Nevada, and Ohio State runs it better than Nevada, with Braxton Miller at quarterback for the Buckeyes. Cal's defense has been hot and cold under defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast, coming up with some great games and some poor ones. It should be evident early against Ohio State whether Cal can contain the Buckeyes, because the Bears typically carry a good or poor performance through the entire game. Cal has used a lot of linebackers in its first two games and figures to continue that practice. PLAYERS TO WATCH: CB Steve Williams/Marc Anthony -- With the Bears probably focusing most of their defensive attention on stopping the run, Williams and Marc Anthony will have a lot of responsibility in preventing big passing plays. They have played pretty well so far this season and need to play mistake-free defense against Ohio State. - The Sports Xchange
07/20/2012 - Top-five California prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft: 4. CB Marc Anthony...Anthony struggled with injuries a season ago or he too might have made the Pac-12's all-conference team. Despite suffering a shoulder injury against Oregon that kept him sidelined for two games, Anthony led the Golden Bears with 12 passes broken up and also posted five tackles for loss among his 38 stops. He'll be entering his third season as a starter for Cal in 2012 and needs to reassure scouts that he can remain healthy as he missed the Stanford game in 2010 due to injury, as well. Well-built, productive in run support and deceptively athletic, Anthony has the frame and game to intrigue pro scouts at the cornerback and safety positions. To boost his stock, he'll need to show greater ball skills as he currently has only three interceptions among his 21 career passes defended. Cal has had one defensive back selected four of the past five years. Barring a collapse in his senior season, Anthony will add to that streak in 2013. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com