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BERKELEY -- Jared Goff leads the Cal offense to a single-game record for total yards with a 453-yard performance against Oregon State.

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BERKELEY -- California quarterback Jared Goff returned to form on Saturday against Oregon State, going 26-of-37 for 453 yards and six touchdowns and one interception in a 54-24 win, which saw the Bears pile up 760 yards of total offense -- a new single-game program record. Goff increased his school-record passing yard total to 10,805 career passing yards, and also increased his school record for career touchdown passes to 83.

Goff's half-dozen touchdown tosses marked the second time in his career throwing for at least six scores, tying his school record for the most in a regulation game.

The game was also the junior signal caller's sixth career 400-yard passing performance, and his first of 2015.

Now with 3,324 passing yards this season, Goff is the sixth player in Pac-12 history to throw for 3,000 yards in three seasons (3,508 as a freshman and 3,973 as a sophomore). The other players to do so are Derek Anderson, Matt Leinart, Andrew Walter, Sean Mannion and Brett Hundley. Goff is the first player to accomplish the feat in his first three collegiate seasons.

Goff now has 27 250-yard passing performances and 18 300-yard passing performances, both school records.

Goff completed passes to 12 different players over the course of the evening. Top Stories