If Cal quarterback Jared Goff has any jitters about his first start on the road, he sure isn't showing it.
Goff was cool about playing No. 2 Oregon in what is sure to be a raucous atmosphere at Autzen Stadium on Saturday night.
''Just a regular game in front of a bunch of crazy people,'' he said.
The freshman quarterback is having a sensational start to his college career, steering first-year Cal coach Sonny Dykes' ''Bear Raid'' offense. He leads the nation and the Pac-12 with an average of 435.3 yards passing.
He's second in the Pac-12 with 1,306 total yards passing and he's completed 61.3 percent of his passes in three games. In his last game, a 52-34 Cal loss to No. 3 Ohio State on Sept. 14, Goff passed for 371 yards with three touchdowns.
Those numbers both impress and concern Oregon coach Mark Helfrich.
''He's playing great. He's been virtually lights out,'' Helfrich said. ''They've done a really good job managing things for him.''
Goff became the first freshman to start...