Stats, notes and leftovers from Cal’s 59-41 loss to No. 6 Oregon on Friday night at Levi’s Stadium:
* Jared Goff’s 360-yard passing night was his school-record 11th 300-yard game — in just 20 games over two seasons – breaking the mark of 10 set by Pat Barnes (1993-96).
* With two more touchdown passes, Goff has 26 on the season, which ranks third on Cal’s all-time list. Barnes holds the record with 31. Goff also hiked his career total to 44, moving past Aaron Rodgers (2003-04) into seventh.
* With 2,842 passing yards in eight games, Goff is on pace to pass for 4,263 yards, which would shatter his year-old school record of 3,508.
* Running back Daniel Lasco had career-high totals of eight receptions for 101 yards. He also rushed for 85 yards on 15 carries, giving him 608 yards on the season. He now has seven touchdowns.
* After averaging just 60.7 rushing yards over the previous three games, the Bears had 193 yards on the ground. Their four rushing touchdowns were the most they’ve had in a game in two seasons under Sonny Dykes.
* Cal’s 41 points marked the fifth time in 2014 the Bears have topped 40 in a game, a total the Bears never achieved last season. They hadn’t reached 40 points five times in a full season since 2006.
* The Bears have now scored 332 points — 56 more than they totaled all last season. Their 41.5 scoring average is on pace to be their highest since World War II.
* Cal was 6 for 6 in the red zone — all touchdowns. That improves its season mark to 30 for 34 (88.2 percent), including 24 touchdowns. In 2013, the Bears had 21 red-zone TDs all season and ranked last overall in the Pac-12 at 72.1 percent.
* Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, in three career games against the Bears, has thrown for 817 yards with 13 TDs and just one interception, sparking totals of 59, 55 and 59 points.
* This was the third game this season in which Cal and its opponent combined for at least 100 points — the others were the Bears’ 60-59 win at Washington State and their 59-56 overtime win over Colorado. Previously, dating back to 1937, Cal had taken part in just five games where at least 100 points were scored.