The University of California’s starting quarterback Jared Goff had surgery Wednesday to repair a separated shoulder he suffered in a 63-13 loss to Stanford on Saturday.
Goff suffered his injury in the second quarter when he was hit by 6′-3″ 244 lb. Stanford linebacker Shayne Skov. Goff had completed 10 of 19 passes for 194 yds. and a touchdown before being knocked out of the game.
The 6′-4″ 205 lb. freshman broke several throwing records at Cal, while completing 320 of 531 passes for 3,508 yds. and 18 touchdowns with ten interceptions. The completions, attempts and yardage numbers are single season records at Cal.
Despite Goff’s incredible freshman passing statistics, the Golden Bears ended the season 1-11 with a lone win over Portland State in early September.
CalBears.com reported that Goff’s surgery was successfull and quoted Cal Head Coach Sonny Dykes:
“We are pleased that Jared is expected to make a full recovery and be back on the field for spring ball,” head coach Sonny Dykes...