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September 22, 2013 at 3:31 PM

By the numbers: No. 16 Huskies vs. Arizona

Washington's Keith Price leads the Pac-12 with a quarterback rating of 186.13. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

Washington’s Keith Price leads the Pac-12 with a quarterback rating of 186.13. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

Pac-12 Conference opener: No. 16 Washington (3-0) vs. Arizona (3-0), 4 p.m. Saturday, Husky Stadium. TV: FOX (Channel 13).

Opening line: Huskies by 7.

Results:

Week 1:

Arizona 35, Northern Arizona 0

Washington 38, Boise State 6

Week 2:

Arizona 58, at UNLV 13

Week 3:

Arizona 38, UTSA 13

Washington 34, at Illinois 24

Week 4:

Washington 56, Idaho State 0

OFFENSIVE STATISTICS

Pac-12 ranks (National rank in parenthesis)

Scoring

Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 61.3 (National leader: Baylor, 69.7)

3. Arizona, 43.7 (15)

4. Washington, 42.7 (18)

Rushing offense

Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 355.33 (National leader: Navy, 398.0)

2. Arizona, 322.33 (5)

3. Washington, 303.67 (9)

Passing offense

Pac-12 leader: Cal, 437.0 (National leader: Baylor, 444.3)

7. Washington, 325.3 (17)

12. Arizona, 108.7 (119)

Total offense

Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 672.0 (National leader: Baylor, 751.3)

2. Washington, 629.0 (3)

9. Arizona, 431.0 (58)

Red-zone conversions

Pac-12 leader: OSU/Stanford/Colorado, 100%

6. Arizona, 84.6% — 11 of 13 scores with 8 TDs + 3 FGs (56)

7. Washington, 84.2% — 16 of 19 scores with 13 TDs + 3 FGs (59)

Sacks allowed

Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 2 total (National leader: Navy, 1)

2. Washington, 3 (T11)

2. Arizona, 3 (T11)

Long scrimmage plays (of 10 yards or more)

Pac-12 leader: UCLA, 76 (National leader: Marshall, 84)

6. Washington, 58 (45)

11. Arizona, 34 (110)

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

Scoring defense

Pac-12 leader: Arizona, 8.7 points per game (National leader: Louisville, 6.8)

1. Arizona, 8.7 (3)

3. Washington, 10.0 (8)

Rushing defense

Pac-12 leader: USC, 59.25  (National leader: Florida, 55.33)

3. Washington, 109.67 (25)

4. Arizona, 117.67 (31)

Passing defense

Pac-12 leader: WSU, 118.3 (National leader: Florida State, 115.7)

3. Washington, 169.3 (22)

7. Arizona, 192.7 (41)

Total defense

Pac-12 leader: USC, 230.5 (National leader: Michigan State, 188.8)

3. Washington, 279.0 (12) — 3.84 yards per play

4. Arizona, 310.3 (26) — 4.35 yards per play

Red-zone defense

Pac-12 leader: USC, 40% (National leader: USC)

2. Washington, 50% — 4 scores in 8 attempts with 2 TDs + 2 FGs (4)

T3. Arizona, 66.67% — 2 scores in 3 attempts with 1 TD + 1 FG (15)

Sacks

Pac-12 leader: USC, 4.0 per game (National leader: USC/Maryland/Virginia Tech, 4.0)

3. Washington, 3.67 (12)

7. Arizona, 2.0 (63)

Long scrimmage plays allowed (of 10 yards or more)

Pac-12 leader: Washington, 23 (National leader: Washington)

1. Washington, 23 (1)

5. Arizona, 30 (12)

Penalties

Pac-12 leader: Arizona, 3.3 per game (National leader:

1. Arizona, 3.3 (for 26.7 yards per game)

12. Washington, 12.0 (for 98.3 yards per game)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Passing yards

Pac-12 leader: Jared Goff, Cal, 433.7 yards per game (National leader: Goff)

7. Keith Price, Washington, 293.0 per game; 7 TDs, 1 INT, 77% completion rate (17)

12. B.J. Denker, Arizona, 108.7 per game; 2 TDs, 0 INT, 56.4% completion rate;

Quarterback rating

Pac-12 leader: Keith Price, UW, 186.13 (National leader: Bryce Petty, Baylor, 239.53)

1. Keith Price, Washington, 186.13 (8)

12. B.J. Denker, Arizona, 118.15 (88)

Rushing

Pac-12 leader: Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona, 149.5 (National leader: Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin, 156.0)

1. Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona, 149.5 yards per game; 6.95 yards per carry, 4 TDs in 2 games (2)

2. Bishop Sankey, Washington, 148.67; 6.97 yards per carry, 4 TDs in 3 games (3)

Receiving

Pac-12 leader: Paul Richardson, Colorado, 208.5 yards per game (National leader: Richardson)

14. Kasen Williams, Washington, 68.0

15. Kevin Smith, Washington, 67.0

16. Jaydon Mickens, Washington, 66.3

29. Garic Wharton, Arizona, 36.3

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