Published September 13, 2013
| Associated Press
BERKELEY, Calif. – Jared Goff's college career has gotten off to quite the prolific start.
Goff became the first true freshman quarterback ever to start the season opener at California and responded by becoming the second player in Golden Bears history with back-to-back 400-yard passing games.
Goff will get his toughest test yet on Saturday when Cal (1-1) hosts a fourth-ranked Ohio State (2-0) team that has won 14 straight games.
Goff leads the nation in passing with 935 yards and has the most yards passing in his first two games since the start of the BCS era in 1998. Goff is more than 100 yards ahead of the next player on the list, North Carolina State's Philip Rivers with 798 yards in 2000, according to STATS LLC.