WATCH: California QB Ross Bowers flips into end zone for TD against Washington State

California is well on its way to pulling off a shocking upset of No. 8 Washington State at home, leading 27-3 in the fourth quarter. But what’s going to be remembered most from this game is what Cal quarterback Ross Bowers just did all on his own.

Bowers, who had never scored a rushing touchdown in his career, made his first one a memorable one:

Bowers entered the game with minus-108 rushing yards this season, the product of being sacked 23 times in six games. He’s been sacked twice more by Washington State and has minus-nine rushing yards for the game, but none of that matters after that leap.

It shouldn’t surprise you that Bowers is the son of former Cal gymnastics coach Joanne Bowers.

Assuming this score holds up, Cal will end a three-game skid and improve to 4-3 on the season, 1-3 in Pac-12 play.

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