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Post Game Notes
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  10/02/2004

Oct. 2, 2004

Recap |  Box Score

  • California wide receiver Chase Lyman's 176 receiving yards was his career-high and is the 11th-highest single-game total in Bears history. Lyman's three touchdown catches tied the school's single-game record, last accomplished by Bobby Shaw in a triple-overtime win against Oregon State in 1996. Lyman's 79-yard touchdown catch from Aaron Rogers was the Bears' longest of the season and the 12th-longest pass play in Cal history, and it made Lyman the only player in Cal history to have at least two catches of 78 yards or more in his career.

  • Oregon State quarterback Derek Anderson's string of consecutive games with a touchdown pass ended at 22.

  • California's touchdown on its first drive of the game marked the first time an OSU opponent has scored on its first possession this season.

  • Oregon State running back Dwight Wright has had three runs of 45-plus yards this season.

  • The 21 points scored by Cal in the first quarter is the most scored against OSU in a quarter this season.

  • Cal's 21 first-quarter points are the most allowed by OSU in the first period of a game since Washington scored 21 on Nov. 6, 1992 at Husky Stadium in Seattle (a 132-game span).

  • aBeaver cornerback Aric Williams had his first multiple interception game of his career.

  • The 42-point margin of victory was California's largest over Oregon State since the Bears' 42-0 win in Berkeley in 1992.

  • The crowd of 36,003 was Oregon State's 25th consecutive sellout at Reser Stadium.

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