SEATTLE -- California wide receiver Kenny Lawler continued to move up the school all-time list for career touchdown catches with another one on Saturday against Washington, and is now seventh all-time.
http://www.scout.com/college/california/story/1592008-postgame-video-kra... Lawler set a career-high with his 52-yard third-quarter catch, en route to hauling in seven passes for 112 yards and one touchdown.
Lawler has now caught a pass in every game he's played at Cal (27). His touchdown grab gives him 19 for his career. Next up is Geoff McArthur, who had 20 touchdown grabs.
Starting quarterback Jared Goff had another big day, tossing two TDs to equal Kyle Boller's Cal-career-record mark set from 1999 to 2002. With his 342 passing yards on Saturday, Goff now has 8,721 career passing yards. Goff's two-TD day was the 19th time in his career he's had multiple passing touchdowns. He also recorded his 21st 250-yard passing performance, and his 15th 300-yard game, both school records. On the season, Goff is 92-for-133 for 1,240 yards, with 11 touchdowns to three picks.
Lawler did take a scarry hit in the latter portion of the third quarter, when, after having his helmet pop off in a head-to-head collision with Kevin King, linebacker Azeem Victor came in late and hit the bare-headed Lawler, with no flag. He stayed out a play or two on the sidelines, bleeding, before re-entering the game with just over five minutes left.