According to Bay Area News Group research, no freshman quarterback in NCAA FBS (Division I) history has matched the two-game passing yardage total to start their career (first two games of a season) of Cal's Jared Goff. Here's how Goff stacks up against some of the best: 935 yards: Jared Goff, Cal (2013) 798: Philip Rivers, North Carolina State (2000) 568: Sam Bradford, Oklahoma (2007) 507: Brett Hundley, UCLA (2012) 469: Andrew Luck, Stanford (2009) 467: Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M (2012) 454: Kellen Moore, Boise St. (2008) 428: Matt Barkley, USC (2009) 419: Robert Griffin III, Baylor (2008) 366: Ben Roethlisberger, Miami-Ohio (2001)
Note: Players are ranked by most yards accumulated in the team's first two games of the season.
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