VIDEO: Jared Goff at Pac-12 Media Day
BURBANK, Calif. -- California quarterback Jared Goff was the darling of Pac-12 Media Day on Friday at Warner Bros. Studios, as one of the conference's top two quarterbacks, and a Heisman Trophy candidate. Goff says that he's at 212 pounds now, was at 195 last year, and wanted to be over 210 this year, and also says he's "feeling strong" and moving just as well.
"I don't want to explain at the end of the season why we didn't win. I want to win," Goff said during his lunch interview.
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Already the holder of 19 school passing records, Goff is set to shatter even more in his junior season, with one of the best stables of wide receivers in the nation at his disposal, headed by Trevor Davis, Kenny Lawler and Bryce Treggs. Last year, he notched 3,973 passing yards, 35 touchdown passes, 527 passing yards against Washington State, a school-record 92-yard completion against Colorado (thanks to running back Daniel Lasco), was the Pac-12’s leading passer (5th in the nation), and was in the national top-10 in six categories.
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Goff said that he's been very impressed with Brandon Singleton, comparing him to a young Chris Harper. He's also been impressed with the size and athleticism of Austin Aaron.
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