BERKELEY -- Cal freshman quarterback Jared Goff is so good he set a school record on his day off.

A statistical correction from Saturday's Cal-Washington State game resulted in Goff setting a single-game passing school record with 504 yards.

Meanwhile, sophomore cornerback Joel Willis, taken by ambulance to the hospital after injuring his neck or head on Saturday, was released Sunday. He had motion in his extremities Saturday night but was kept overnight for observation.

Goff originally was credited with 489 yards, but a play that was initially called a run by Chris Harper has been changed to a 15-yard pass completion. As a result, Goff broke by 1 yard the record of 503 yards set by Pat Barnes in a four-overtime game against Arizona in 1996.

Harper's updated stats are 14 receptions for 231 yards. Both of those figures rank third on Cal's single-game list.

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