BERKELEY -- Cal freshman quarterback Jared Goff underwent successful surgery Wednesday to repair a right shoulder separation he sustained in the Bears' 63-13 season-ending loss at Stanford in the Big Game.
Goff, who set a Cal single-season record with 3,508 passing yards, is expected to be fully recovered in time for Cal's spring workouts.
"We are pleased that Jared is expected to make a full recovery and be back on the field for spring ball," Cal coach Sonny Dykes said in a statement. "We have confidence he can build on the promising campaign he had in his first season at Cal."
Goff was injured on a hit by Stanford linebacker Shayne Skov midway through the second quarter on Saturday.
The Marin native broke Cal's single-game record with 504 yards against Washington State and became the second Pac-12 quarterback with three games of at least 450 yards. He threw 18 touchdowns this fall.