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Kevin Hogan ran for a score and completed 12 of 16 passes for 204 yards and three touchdowns, with one interception, before giving way to Evan Crower on the second series of the third quarter.
Later in the quarter, Hogan fired a 40-yard touchdown pass to Michael Rector on the first play of a series, giving the Cardinal a 21-0 lead.
Freshman tailback McCaffrey took a swing pass from Hogan and raced untouched 53 yards to a touchdown.
Williamson booted a 32-yard field goal on the final play of a 38-0 first half.
New defensive coordinator Art Kaufman's group held Northwestern to 354 yards of offense, culminating with the stop to keep the Wildcats from tying the game.
The turnaround started Northwestern's 12-play scoring drive for its second touchdown of the game, coming with 2:31 left on the clock in the third quarter.
Daniel Lasco bobbled a pass on Cal's next offensive play and was intercepted by linebacker Collin Ellis, who had two pick-6s in Bears 2013 loss to the Wildcats.
Cal would score five plays later when Goff connected to Lawler again on a seven-yard touchdown pass.
Offensive coordinator Tony Franklin went with a surprise early in the game, putting speedy freshman quarterback Luke Rubenzer in the game, who led Cal with 48-rushing yards.