Cal had an incredible first half in the Armed Forces Bowl behind the arm of junior quarterback Jared Goff on Tuesday.
Goff threw for 277 yards and four touchdowns in the first half as the Bears led 35-21 at the break. The 35 points scored by the Bears in the first half were an Armed Forces Bowl record.
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Goff's four touchdowns tied an Armed Forces Bowl record for touchdowns in the first half. His 41 touchdowns on the season extended his Cal single-season record and left him one TD shy of Marcus Mariota's Pac-12 record for passing touchdowns in a single season.
Cal's 35 points are the most ever in the first half of an Armed Forces Bowl.