STANFORD (CBS/AP) — California quarterback Jared Goff has left Saturday’s game against Stanford midway through the second quarter with a shoulder injury.

Goff went down awkwardly with 7:06 remaining in the first half after getting clobbered in the backfield by Cardinal linebacker Shayne Skov. Goff was down for a few minutes before walking off on his own accompanied by trainers and immediately heading for the locker room.

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Backup Zach Kline came in to replace the freshman, and Kline played the second half in Goff’s place.

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Goff threw for 194 yards, giving him 3,508 yards passing to break Pat Barnes’ previous single-season record of 3,499 set in 1996.

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