Cal Vs. Fresno State Score Update: Golden Bears Record Huge First Quarter, Lead 19-7

The California Golden Bears lead the Fresno State Bulldogs 19-7 as the second quarter gets underway. Cal has done exceptionally well on the offensive side of the ball, racking up 235 total yards in just a little over one quarter of action.

The game started out on a bad note as Cal's very first play of the game, a pass by quarterback Zach Maynard, was intercepted. The Bulldogs then got their first (and up to this point, only) touchdown of the game just three plays later on a nine-yard run by Robbie Rouse.

The Golden Bears responded by driving 67 yards the following drive and scoring on a one-yard rush by Isi Sofele. He was not done, however. Sofele followed that play up a few minutes later with a 39-yard touchdown run. He has 77 rushing yards and two touchdowns on just twelve carries.

Maynard had a touchdown of his own later in the quarter, hitting Marvin Jones for a 42-yard strike. Maynard has completed eight of 15 passes for 179 yards and one touchdown thus far.

Cal had their first two extra points blocked, but managed to knock in the last one. The Cal offense is on fire right now, scoring 19 points in the first quarter. We'll have to wait and see how high the Golden Bears can push this total.

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