Notebook from Cal vs. Utah, Plus Postgame Video from Cal WR Trevor Davis
SALT LAKE CITY -- Trevor Davis hauls in a 50-yard TD catch, and one Cal defender takes his place atop the conference rolls ...
Cal Football vs. Utah Notes
With Saturday's 30-24 loss, Cal fell to 5-1 on the season and 2-1 in the Pac-12.
Quarterback Jared Goff increased his school record on career touchdown passes (70) and career passing yards (9,451). Goff completed 25-of-47 passes for 340 yards and 2 touchdowns. It was his 21st career multi-passing touchdown performance. He also recorded his 23rd 250-yard passing performance and his 16th 300-yard performance, both school records. On the season, Goff has completed 150 of his 225 attempts (.667) for 1,970 yards.
Utah picked off five passes, marking the first time an opponent had five interceptions against the Bears since Arizona State did in Tempe in 1998.
Saturday was Goff's first three-plus-interception performance since his first college game against Northwestern in 2013, when he threw three picks. His five interceptions on Saturday were a career-high.
Wide receiver Kenny Lawler has caught a pass in every game he’s played at Cal (29). Lawler finished the day with a team-high 7 catches for 66 yards.
Wide receiver Trevor Davis (in the video above) caught his seventh career touchdown pass in the first quarter, hauling in a 50-yard reception in the second quarter, part of his three catches for 92 yards.
Defensive end Kyle Kragen finished with a career-high 14 tackles. He registered his fifth and sixth tackles for loss this season, one of which was fifth sack of the season. Kragen now leads the Pac-12 in sacks.
Kragen has compiled all tackles for loss and sacks in the last three games.
The Bears have recorded at least one interception in every game this season and have 12 on the season following the two interceptions on Saturday. Freshman DePriest Turner picked up his first career interception, while linebacker Devante Downs recorded his second. Cal entered the game tied for second in the nation in interceptions. Downs also caused a fumble that was recovered by Caleb Coleman in the third quarter. Between the two interceptions and the fumble, Cal has 21 turnovers this season, the most in the nation.
Wide receiver Bryce Treggs has caught a pass in 38 of the last 39 games that he has played in and his last 32 contests in a row.