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2015 Schedule
8-6, 1st in MW - Mountain
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Goff breaks a bunch of records in Cal's win

This was one of six TD passes QB Jared Goff threw to break Pac-12 single-season records in passing TDs and passing yards in Cal's 55-36 Armed Forces Bowl win.

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This summed up Air Force's day

Jacobi Owens was so close to scoring a TD, but he fumbled to a very unfortunate spot in the Falcons' loss to Cal in the Armed Forces Bowl.

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Cal cruises to Armed Forces Bowl victory (1:14)
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Cal v Air Force Postgame Breakdown (1:44)
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Goff on brilliant 6-TD performance (2:00)
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Cal Team Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Trophy Presentation (1:20)
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Cal Coach Sonny Dykes Postgame Interview (1:02)
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Goff breaks records in Cal's bowl win

QB Jared Goff broke Pac-12 single-season records in TD passes and passing yards in Cal's 55-36 Armed Forces Bowl win. This was his sixth TD of the game.

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Air Force sticking around vs. Cal

Cal QB Jared Goff (6 TD passes) has been the story of the Armed Forces Bowl, but Air Force just cut the deficit to 16 midway through the fourth quarter on ESPN.

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Air Force plays Cal's game for TD

Cal QB Jared Goff has 5 TD passes in the Armed Forces Bowl on ESPN. Before this long touchdown pass, Air Force had completed just one pass.

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Jared Goff makes it five TD passes

California leads Air Force 42-21 in the Armed Forces Bowl on five TD passes by Goff with the most recent one going to Darius Powe.

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What will Jared Goff do in second half?

The Cal QB torched Air Force for four TD passes in the first half of the Armed Forces Bowl. Goff's Golden Bears start the second leading 35-21. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Air Force Troy Calhoun Halftime Interview (0:47)
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Cal Coach Sonny Dykes Halftime Interview (0:39)
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Goff picking apart Air Force defense

Jared Goff has been firing on all cylinders today, and connected again with Kenny Lawler for a 14-yard TD. Goff now has 8 passing touchdowns in his last 4 quarters. Cal leads Air Force 35-21 in the Armed Forces Bowl on ESPN.

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Goff throws another touchdown

Jared Goff threw a five-yard pass on first down to Darius Powe as Cal took the lead against Air Force. It's 21-14 with on ESPN.

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Williams draws Air Force even

Tyler Williams ran it in from 16 yards to help Air Force even the score at 14 against Cal in the Armed Forces Bowl on ESPN.

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Treggs hangs on to give Cal the lead

Jared Goff lofted one 30 yards toward the end zone, where Bryce Treggs was waiting to haul it in for a TD. It's 14-7 Cal over Air Force on ESPN.

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Cal trades touchdowns with Air Force

A 1-yard rushing touchdown on the opening drive. Sound familiar? Cal came right back to tie the game against Air Force at 7 on ESPN.

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Owens gives Air Force the early lead

Air Force's long drive to start the game resulted in a touchdown, as Jacobi Owens punched it in from a yard out. The Armed Forces Bowl is on ESPN.

Watch: Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl

Air Force is playing in its eighth bowl game in the last 9 years, while the Bears are making a bowl appearance for the first time since 2011. Cal is 6-2 all-time against the Falcons. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Rushers probably won't slow down Goff

Cal QB Jared Goff broke his own single-season record with 4,252 passing yards, and he'll have a favorable matchup against Air Force in the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl (2 p.m. ET on ESPN).

  • Goff thrives on plays with five or more pass rushers. On such plays since the start of last season, he has a Power 5-high 27 TD passes.
  • The Falcons' defense likes to bring extra pass rushers. They've blitzed on 44 percent of opponents' dropbacks this season.

Air Force has stayed grounded

The Falcons rank second in the FBS in rushing yards per game (321.8), are tied for fourth in rushing TDs (42) and rank sixth in 10-yard runs (108). An FBS-high six different players have gained at least 100 rushing yards in a game. In the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl (2 p.m. ET on ESPN), Air Force faces a Cal defense that ranks 11th in the Pac-12 in rushing yards allowed per game (203.5).