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Jared Goff
Player Profile:
Jared Goff 1250464
Position: Quarterback
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 215
Year: Junior
Hometown: Novato, CA
High School: Marin Catholic HS
Experience: 2 Letters

Twitter: @jaredgoff16 | @calfootball
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Career Stats
Game Logs: 2015 | 2014 | 2013
Goff started all 37 games possible during his three seasons at Cal from 2013-15 and is the only quarterback in school history to have ever started his first game as a true freshman. Goff set 26 Cal records including career marks for passing yards (12,220), passing yards per game (329.7 ypg), TD passes (96), completions (977), passing attempts (1,569), total offense (12,086) and total plays (1,739), while the two-time captain was second on the school’s all-time list for passing efficiency (143.95) behind only Aaron Rodgers. In his final season as a junior in 2015, he established Pac-12 single-season records with 4,719 yards passing and 43 touchdown passes while becoming the first Cal quarterback to earn first-team All-Pac-12 honors since Rodgers in 2004 an 8-5 Cal team to a winning record and bowl game for the first time since 2011 as well as a post-season win for the first time since 2008.

After Cal
  • Became Cal's second No. 1 overall selection in the NFL Draft when the Los Angeles Rams made him the first pick on April 28, 2016
  • Announced his intention to declare for the 2016 NFL Draft as an underclassman on December 31, 2015, foregoing his final season of collegiate eligibility at Cal
  • Projected by ESPN's Mel Kiper to be the first quarterback and second player overall selected by the Cleveland Browns in the 2016 NFL Draft in his 1.0 Mock Draft and then as the second quarterback and fourth player overall by the Dallas Cowboys in his 2.0 Mock Draft
  • Participated the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine February 23-29 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis
Cal Career (2013-15)
  • Started all 37 games possible during his three seasons at Cal and is the only quarterback in school history to have ever started his first game as a true freshman
  • Holds 26 Cal records including career marks for passing yards (12,220), passing yards per game (329.7 ypg), TD passes (96), completions (977), passing attempts (1,569), total offense (12,086) and total plays (1,739)
  • Second on the school's all-time list for passing efficiency (143.95) behind only Aaron Rodgers
  • Broke Pac-12 career records with an average of 326.6 yards of total offense per game as well as three seasons of gaining 3,000 or more total yards
  • Ranks third all-time in Pac-12 history and 26th nationally in passing yards as well as fourth in the Pac-12 and 27th nationally in passing touchdowns
  • Set a pair of Pac-12 single-season records in his final campaign as a 2015 junior when he passed for 4,719 yards and 43 touchdowns when he was also the first Cal quarterback to earn first-team All-Pac-12 honors since Rodgers in 2004
  • Two-time team captain as voted by his teammates in his final two campaigns as a junior and 2014 sophomore
  • One of six players in Pac-12 history to throw for 3,000 or more yards in three seasons and one of two to throw for 3,000 or more yards in each of his first three campaigns
  • Had at last 268 yards passing or two touchdown passes in each of his final 14 collegiate contests
  • Twice earned Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week honors with both coming over the final three games of his 2015 junior season against Oregon State (11/14/2015) and Arizona State (11/28/2015)
  • The team’s seven-win turnaround over his last two seasons from a 1-11 record in 2013 to an 8-5 mark in 2015 is tied for the second best in school history behind only the eight-win improvement from a 2-10 mark in 1946 to a 10-1 record in 1948
  • Cal’s Most Outstanding Player in a Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl victory over Air Force as a junior in the final game of his collegiate career when he set the bowl’s single-game records by passing for 467 yards and six touchdowns to lead Cal to its first bowl victory since 2008
Junior (2015)
  • Started all 13 games to make it the third consecutive season he started and played in every contest
  • Voted on as a team captain by his teammates for the second straight season
  • Helped Cal to an 8-5 record and a victory in the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl for the Golden Bears' first winning record and bowl appearance since 2011 as well as first bowl win since 2008
  • Became the first Cal quarterback to earn first-team All-Pac-12 honors since Aaron Rodgers in 2004 and was a semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award
  • Completed 341-of-529 passes (64.5%) for a Pac-12 single-season record 4,719 yards with his 43 touchdown passes also a new conference mark, while also breaking his own single-season school records in passing yards, TD passes, completions, TDs responsible for, and total offense (4,711), and ranking second with a 161.30 passing efficiency rating
  • Led the Pac-12 and ranked third in the nation in both passing touchdowns and passing yards, while he was second both nationally and in the conference in passing yards per game (363.0 ypg) as well as among the top five in the conference and top 25 nationally in all 11 passing, total offense and points responsible for categories including total offense yards (No. 1 Pac-12, No. 5 NCAA), points responsible for (266, No. 1 Pac-12, No. 5 NCAA), total offense yards per game (362.4, No. 2 Pac-12, No. 5 NCAA), completions per game (26.23, No. 2 Pac-12, No. 5 NCAA), points responsible for per game (No. 2 Pac-12, No. 6 NCAA), yards per pass attempt (8.92, No. 3 Pac-12, No. 11 NCAA), passing yards per completion (13.84, No. 3 Pac-12, No. 21 NCAA), total offense yards and completion percentage (No. 5 Pac-12, No. 22 NCAA)
  • Helped Cal's offense setting numerous records including single-season school marks in passing yardage (4,892), passing yards per game (376.3 ypg), passing touchdowns (44), total offense (6,879), total yards per game (529.2 ypg), total touchdowns (63), scoring offense (37.9 ppg, modern-era record), first downs (341) and first downs passing (201), with all the marks previously set in 2013 or 2014, as well as setting single-game team records with 760 yards of total offense and 36 first downs vs. Oregon State, while tying a modern-era school record with 10 extra-point attempts vs. Grambling State.
  • Helped Cal's offense rank third nationally in passing offense, eighth in total offense and 17th in scoring offense, with all of the numbers second in the Pac-12
  • On watch lists for nearly every quarterback and player of the year award reaching as high as No. 3 on the USA Today Heisman Hot List and tied for sixth on the ESPN Heisman Watch after a 5-0 start that was Cal’s best since also winning its first five games in 2007 and one victory away from its best since the 1950 team won its first nine contests, ranking as high as No. 19 in the Amway Coaches Poll and No. 20 in the AP Top 25 in the Week 8 national rankings for its highest national rankings since 2009
  • Named Cal’s Most Outstanding Player in the final game of his career in a Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl victory over Air Force when he set the bowl’s single-game records by passing for 467 yards and six touchdowns to equal Cal's single-game record for most touchdown passes in regulation (tied for the third most in an FBS game in the nation in 2015) leading Cal to its first bowl victory since 2008
  • Finished his career on an incredible run, combining for 1,462 yards passing and 17 touchdown passes to a single interception for a 206.33 passer efficiency rating during the final three wins (Oregon State, Arizona State, Air Forces) of his career over his last four games
  • Broke a pair of Cal single-game records with 542 yards passing and 573 yards of total offense (31 yards rushing) that were the second most and most by a player in an FBS game in 2015 while adding five passing TDs and a career-long 20-yard rush while leading Cal to a 48-46 comeback victory vs. Arizona State in the regular-season finale to earn Pac-12 Offensive POW honors for the second time in three weeks
  • Earned Pac-12 Offensive POW honors for first time in his career and became Cal’s first conference player of the week on offense since 2009 for his performance in a 54-24 victory over Oregon State, equaling his own school record with six touchdown passes in regulation that were tied for the third most in an FBS game in the nation in 2015 while completing 26-of-37 passes for 453 yards
  • Had at least 268 yards passing and two touchdown passes in all 13 contests including other games vs. Washington State (33-45-1-390-4), at Stanford (37-54-0-386-2), at Washington (24-40-1-342-2), at Utah (25-47-5-340-2), at Oregon (18-41-329-2-80), vs. San Diego State (17-24-1-321-3), vs. Grambling State (24-32-1-309-3), at UCLA (32-53-0-295-3), vs. USC (23-31-2-277-2) and at Texas (27-37-0-268-3) with a school-record 10 of those 300-yard plus contests
  • Broke Cal career records in games at Texas (passing yards, total offense, completions), vs. Washington State (touchdown passes) and at UCLA (passing attempts)
  • Did not throw an interception over his final 146 pass attempts and three-plus games for his longest string of the season and second-longest of his career without an interception
  • Led Cal to the most points in a half in school history (52) and equaled the school record for points in a quarter (35) in the first half of the season-opener against Grambling State while Cal’s 73 points for the game was second in school history
  • Punted a career-high four times including a season-long 45-yarder at Texas and pinned the Longhorns inside their 20-yard line a career-high-tying twice
  • Had a memorable play on fourth-and-four late in the win at Washington on a run in which he had originally been pushed back short of the first-down marker before eventually pasing it with the fourth-down conversion preventing the Huskies from regaining possession in a 30-24 Cal win
  • Rushed a career-high 10 times at UCLA
  • Became the 93rd player in FBS history to reach the 10,000 career yards mark in the contest against USC
  • Threw a season-long 80-yard touchdown completion to Bryce Treggs at Oregon that was the longest Cal play from the line of scrimmage in 2015 and the third-longest completion of his career
  • Had the second reception of his career for a career-long 11 yards at Stanford
  • Featured on ESPN's College Gameday the week prior to the Utah contest in a piece entitled "Mr. Perfect"
  • Ranked No. 5 on the San Francisco Chronicle’s list of the Bay Area’s 10 Most Exciting Athletes in September of 2015 behind only Stephen Curry, Buster Posey, Madison Bumgarner and Carlos Hyde, and was the only non-professional athlete listed
  • Listed as the No. 2 pro-style quarterback in the nation heading into the season by Bleacher Report
  • Began the season as a projected first-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft by many experts including ESPN’s Mel Kiper (No. 9 overall, No. 1 QB) and Todd McShay (No. 9 Overall, No. 4 QB), as well as NFL’s Dane Brugler (No. 5 overall, No. 1 QB)
  • Selected by John Wilner of the Bay Area News Group to be the No. 1 player taken from a Bay Area football program in the 2016 NFL Draft
  • Attended the Manning Passing Academy in July of 2015
  • Completed 9-of-12 passes for 108 yards and one touchdown with one rush for five yards in the spring game
Sophomore (2014)
  • One of seven Cal players to start all 12 games
  • Selected by his teammates as a team captain for the first of two consecutive seasons
  • Ranked among the nation’s top 10 in seven individual categories including passing yards (5th, 3973), passing touchdowns (5th, 35), passing yards per game (5th, 331.1), completions per game (5th, 26.33), total offense per game (8th, 327.4), points responsible for per game (9th, 18.0) and points responsible for (T11th, 212), with his passing yards also leading the Pac-12
  • Also ranked among national leaders in passing efficiency (21st, 147.59), yards per pass attempt (31st, 7.81), completion percentage (35th, 62.1%) and passing yards per completion (39th, 12.6)
  • Completed 316-of-509 passes (62.1%) for then-single-season school marks of 3,973 yards and 35 touchdowns that were later broken in 2015 with seven interceptions for an impressive 147.60 passer efficiency rating that ranks fifth on the school’s single-season list to earn honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors for the second consecutive season
  • Broke his own single-season school passing yardage record from the 2013 campaign with his 2014 total of 3,973 yards while also setting the single-season school record in touchdown passes with 35 before he broke both of those marks in 2015
  • Broke his own single-game record for passing yards with 527 that was later broken in 2015 with five touchdown throws with no interceptions on 37-of-53 passing in Cal’s 60-59 victory at Washington State to earn College Football Performance Awards Co-National Performer of the Week and share the CFPA’s Quarterback Performer of the Week honor for the second straight week
  • Completed a 92-yard touchdown pass to Daniel Lasco against Colorado that is the longest pass play in school history and was tied for the fourth-longest play by an FBS player in 2014
  • Other single-season Cal records broken by Goff included touchdowns responsible for (35), 300-yard passing games (7), consecutive 300-yard passing games (6) and most consecutive passes without an interception (185), with the latter two remaining all-time school marks and the first two broken in 2015
  • Helped the Cal offense to set or equal nine single-season school or modern-era records, establishing season records for passing yards (4,152), passing touchdowns (37), total yards per game (495.2) and first downs passing (188) that were all broken in 2015, while setting modern-era school records for points (459), touchdowns (61) and scoring average (38.2 ppg) with the first two broken again in 2015, and tying modern-era records for PAT (56) and PAT attempts (57)
  • Picked up Cal’s Special Recognition Award at the team’s annual awards banquet
  • Earned second-team Midseason All-Pac-12 honors from Phil Steele
  • Named National Offensive Player of the Week (, Walter Camp Football Foundation, College Sports Madness), Co-National and Quarterback Performer of the Week (CFPA), California Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week, Manning Award Star of the Week, SEVEN Magazine Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl Pac-12 Player of the Week and Manning Star Award for his performance against Colorado when he completed 24-of-41 passes for 458 yards and a career-high seven touchdown passes with one interception, with his seven scoring tosses one shy of Pat Barnes’ single-game record of eight in a four-overtime win vs. Arizona in 1996 and his six touchdowns in regulation equaling a single-game school mark
  • Completed 38-of-60 passes (both season highs) for 393 yards with four touchdowns and one interception in the season finale against BYU
  • Each of the other six 300-yard passing games came in succession at Arizona (18-30-1-380-3), vs. Colorado (24-42-1-458-7), at Washington State (37-53-0-527-5), vs. Washington (35-51-0-304-0), vs. UCLA (25-41-1-303-2) and vs. Oregon (32-52-0-360-2) to set a school record for most consecutive 300-yard passing games
  • Also had more than 200 yards in passing in four other games at Northwestern (21-34-1-281-3), vs. Sacramento State (17-22-0-229-4), at Oregon State (24-47-0-277-1) and at USC (29-46-0-279-3) with the only game of the campaign in which he threw for under 200 yards against Stanford (16-31-2-182-1)
  • National honors candidate who was on the watch list for the Maxwell Award given annually to the College Player of the Year as well as the Davey Brien Award and Manning Award recognizing the nation’s top quarterback in addition to the College Football Performance Awards Quarterback Trophy
  • Completed 14-of-23 passes for 170 yards and one touchdown on an eight-yard scoring pass to Kenny Lawler in the spring game
Freshman (2013)
  • Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors in his first collegiate season as he set Cal single-season records for passing yards (3,508), most yardage gained (3,508), passes completed (320), passes attempted (531), total offense (3,446) and total plays (590), while tying school records with five 300-yard passing games and three consecutive 300-yard passing games to start the season and his career before surpassing all of the single-season marks other than total plays as a sophomore or junior, or both
  • Finished with a completion percentage of 60.3% (320-of-531) and a 123.18 passing efficiency rating with 18 touchdowns and 10 interceptions, at the time tying for 10th on Cal’s all-time single-season list for touchdown passes
  • Picked up the single-season passing yardage mark on a 62-yard completion to Richard Rodgers on his final throw of the season at Stanford on a play in which he suffered a season-ending shoulder injury
  • Finished one completion, 28 passing attempts, 48 total plays and 294 yards shy of NCAA FBS freshman single-season records
  • Set single-game school individual marks for passing yards (504 vs. Washington State), passing attempts (64 vs. Northwestern) and total plays (71), breaking his own passing yards mark in both 2014 and 2015
  • Helped Cal set single-season school records for passing yards (3,977), pass completions (368), pass attempts (622), first downs passing (183) and total plays (1,046), with the Golden Bears breaking both the passing yards and first down passing marks in both 2014 and 2015
  • The only true freshman quarterback in Cal history to start the team’s season-opener and one of only four players to start all 12 games along with Dan Camporeale, Deandre Coleman and Jordan Rigsbee
  • Listed among the Pac-12 and national rankings in completions per game (26.7, No. 3 Pac-12, No. 6 NCAA), passing yards per game (292.3, No. 3 Pac-12, No. 12 NCAA), passing yards (3,508, No .5 Pac-12, No. 18 NCAA), total offense (287.2, No. 6 Pac-12, No. 24 NCAA), passing touchdowns (18, No. 9 Pac-12, No. 53 NCAA), passing yards per completion (10.96, No. 9 Pac-12, No. 84 NCAA), completion percentage (60.3%, No. 10 Pac-12, No. 57 NCAA), passing efficiency (123.18, No. 11 Pac-12, No. 84 NCAA), points responsible for per game (9.5, No. 13 Pac-12, No. 89 NCAA) and points responsible for (114, No. 16 Pac-12, No. 92 NCAA)
  • Rushed 59 times for a loss of 62 yards and his lone career rushing touchdown, while adding a single reception for a loss of one yard
  • Passed for 450 yards or more in three of his first five games (vs. Northwestern, vs. Portland State, vs. Washington State) to mark three of the nine 450-yard passing games in Cal history in which he has eight
  • Totaled a then school-record 504 passing yards that were also the third most by a Pac-12 quarterback in 2013 on 33-of-59 passing with two touchdowns and one interception against Washington State when he also completed an 89-yard touchdown pass to Chris Harper that was the longest play from scrimmage in the Pac-12 during the season, as well as the third-longest passing play in school history
  • Completed 39-of-64 passes (single-game school records in both categories) for 450 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions as the first true freshman quarterback in Cal history to start a season-opener in a 44-30 loss to Northwestern at Memorial Stadium, earning National Freshman of the Week and Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honors from Athlon
  • Threw for 485 yards on 33-of-51 passing with two touchdowns and no interceptions while also rushing for a one-yard score in the second game of the season in a 37-30 win over Portland State
  • Completed 31-of-53 passes for 371 yards with three touchdowns and an interception against Ohio State, earning Athlon Sports Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honors for the second time in his first three career games
  • Followed his school-record performance against Washington State with five more straight contests of 200 or more passing yards at UCLA (26-43-1-215-0), vs. Oregon State (21-31-1-220-0), at Washington (32-54-0-336-1), vs. Arizona (34-56-2-289-4) and vs. USC (35-49-0-260-3)
  • His four touchdown passes against Arizona were a season high and nearly rallied the Golden Bears to victory in a 33-28 defeat
  • Finished his rookie campaign on the road at Colorado (23-45-1-173-0) and Stanford (10-19-0-194-1) as he was knocked out of the game against the Cardinal when he was injured on his final throw in the season finale for a 62-yard completion to Richard Rodgers that gave him Cal’s single-season record for passing yardage that he surpassed in both 2014 and 2015
  • Rushed three times for a season-high 18 yards against Arizona
  • Punted three times for an average of 40.3 yards with a season long of 44, two touchbacks and one punt inside the opponents’ 20-yard line with all of his punts coming at Colorado
  • On the College Football Performance Awards National Freshman Performer of the Year Watch List
  • Cal’s top newcomer/recruit prior to the season according to 247Sports/Sporting News, Lindy’s and USA Today, while Athlon had him as the team’s No. 2 recruit
  • The No. 20 national freshman quarterback before the season according to Phil Steele, while Athlon had him as its No. 25 national quarterback recruit and No. 37 overall Pac-12 recruit
  • Won the starting job in training camp after being listed as one of three quarterbacks in a battle for the starting position on the preseason depth chart along with Zach Kline and Austin Hinder, with Athlon ranking the quarterback battle as one of the top 12 in the nation in its preseason magazine
  • Completed 7-of-15 passes for 66 yards, including a six-yard touchdown pass to Drake Whitehurst, and also had nine yards rushing on three carries in the spring game
  • One of two true freshmen along with Matt Anderson who was a mid-year enrollee and participated with the team during its spring practices
Marin Catholic HS (Class of 2013)
  • Passed for a combined 7,687 yards and 93 touchdowns with 18 interceptions in three varsity seasons from 2010-12, completing 477-of-767 passes (62.2%)
  • Three varsity teams combined to post a 39-4 overall record and 20-1 Marin County League mark on their way to one appearance in the state title game, one North Coast Section crown, three NCS playoff appearances and three MCL championships
  • Earned All-American honors from SuperPrep as a 2012 senior and played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, completing 4-of-6 passes for 29 yards, and was also selected for the Cal State Game but did not play due to injury
  • Racked up several other honors as a senior including being named to the Top 150 Dream Team (PrepStar), second-team All-State (Cal-Hi Sports), All-NorCal (MaxPreps), Metro Player of the Year (San Francisco Chronicle), North Bay Player of the Year, first-team All-Metro (Bay Area News Group, San Francisco Chronicle), Marin County League Player of the Year and first-team All-MCL
  • Led the Metro Area with 3,692 passing yards and 40 touchdown passes as a senior, completing 235-of-368 passes (63.9%) while throwing 12 interceptions
  • Threw for 262 yards and four TDs and ran for another in the Division III state championship game loss to San Diego Madison that completed a 14-2 senior season in which his squad won NCS and MCL titles
  • Completed 185-of-299 passes (61.9%) for 3,179 yards with 44 touchdowns to only four interceptions as a 2011 junior to earn first-team All-State (MaxPreps), first-team All-Metro, MCL Player of the Year and first-team All-MCL honors for a team that reached the NCS finals and won the MCL title while compiling a 13-1 overall record and a 6-1 league mark
  • Completed 57-of-100 passes (57.0%) for 816 yards with nine touchdowns and two interceptions as a 2010 sophomore for a team that won the MCL title and advanced to the NCS semifinals before finishing 12-1 overall and 7-0 in league play
Recruiting Notes (Class of 2013)
  • A four-star recruit according to 247Sports Composite, 247Sports, ESPN, MaxPreps, Rivals and Scout, while PrepStar gave him three stars
  • Ranked as high as No. 8 nationally as a pro style quarterback according to Rivals
  • PrepStar (No. 9 pro style) and SuperPrep (No. 9) had him among the nation’s top 10 quarterbacks as well, while he was also on lists of the top signal callers by 247Sports (No. 15 pro style), 247Sports Composite (No. 15 pro style), MaxPreps (No. 15 pro style), ESPN (No. 20) and Scout (No. 21)
  • Ranked among the nation’s top overall players by Rivals (No. 140), PrepStar (No. 148), 247Sports Composite (No. 217), Scout (No. 234) and ESPN (No. 267)
  • Listed among ESPN’s top players overall in his region at No. 34, while he was No. 18 in SuperPrep’s rankings of top players in California/Hawaii/Nevada
  • Among the top players overall in the state of California by Rivals (No. 15), 247Sports Composite (No. 25), ESPN (No. 26) and 247Sports (No. 34)
  • 2012 Elite 11 finalist
  • MVP of the 2012 Oakland Nike Football Training Camp
  • Full name is Jared Thomas Goff
  • Born October 14, 1994
  • Parents are Jerry and Nancy Goff
  • Dad was a catcher who played Major League Baseball with Montreal (1990, 1992), Pittsburgh (1993-94) and Detroit (1995-96) following his collegiate baseball career at Cal that included All-America, All-District 8 and All-Pac-10 honors in 1986
  • Has been active in the community including a special friendship he has formed cystic fibrosis patient Owen Provencher of Sacramento
  • Major is sociology
Goff's Career Game Highs
Rushes: 10 (at UCLA, 2015)
Rushing Yards: 31 (vs. Arizona State, 2015)
Rushing TDs: 1 (vs. Portland State, 2013)
Long Rush: 20 (vs. Arizona State, 2015)
*Pass Completions: 39 (vs. Northwestern, 2013)
*Pass Attempts: 64 (vs. Northwestern, 2013)
*Passing Yards: 542 (vs. Arizona State, 2015)
^Passing TDs: 7 (vs. Colorado, 2014)
*Long Pass: 92TD (vs. Colorado, 2014)
Interceptions: 3 (vs. Northwestern, 2013)
*Total Offense Yards: 573 (vs. Arizona State, 2015)
Receptions: 1 (twice, last vs. Stanford, 2015)
Receiving Yards: 11 (vs. Stanford, 2015)
Long Reception: 11 (vs. Stanford, 2015)
All-Purpose Yards: 31 (vs. Arizona State, 2015)
Punts: 4 (at Texas, 2015)
Punting Yards: 132 (at Texas, 2015)
Punting Average: 41.0 (at USC, 2014)
Long Punt: 50 (at USC, 2014)
50+ Yard Punts: 1 (at USC, 2014)
Inside 20-Yard Line Punts: 2 (twice, last at Texas, 2015)
Points: 6 (vs. Portland State, 2013)
*Cal single-game or single-play record; ^Six passing TDs in regulation Cal single-game record

Last Updated
April 28, 2016
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