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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

September 29, 2013 at 3:06 PM

By the numbers: No. 15 Washington at No. 5 Stanford; Bishop Sankey back on top

Washington's Bishop Sankey dives across the goal line for a 1-yard touchdown in the third quarter that gave the Huskies a 25-13 lead over Arizona. Sankey leads the nation again in rushing after his record 40 carries for 161 yards Saturday.

Washington’s Bishop Sankey dives in for a 1-yard touchdown in the third quarter that gave UW a 25-13 lead over Arizona. Sankey leads the nation again in rushing after his record 40 carries for 161 yards Saturday. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

By the numbers: No. 15 Huskies (4-0, 1-0 Pac-12) at No. 5 Stanford (4-0, 2-0); 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Stanford Stadium, Stanford, Calif. TV: ESPN

Opening line: Stanford favored by 7.

2013 results:
Week 1:
Washington 38, Boise State 6

Week 2:
Stanford 34, San Jose State 13

Week 3:
Stanford 34, at Army 20
Washington 34, at Illinois 24

Week 4:
Stanford 42, Arizona State 28
Washington 56, Idaho State 0

Week 5:
Stanford 55, Washington State 17 (at Seattle)
Washington 31, Arizona 13

OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
Pac-12 ranks (National rank in parenthesis)

Scoring
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 59.8 (National leader: Baylor, 69.7)
6. Stanford, 41.3 (21)
7. Washington, 39.8 (27)

Rushing offense
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 332.5 (National leader: Oregon)
3. Washington, 288.8 (11)
6. Stanford, 218.0 (33)

Passing offense
Pac-12 leader: Oregon State, 420.6 yards per game (National leader: Baylor, 444.3)
8. Washington, 285.3 (32)
10. Stanford, 221.3 (79)

Total offense
Pac-12 leader: UCLA, 614.3 (National leader: Baylor, 751.3)
3. Washington, 574.0 (5)
8. Stanford, 439.3 (50)

Red-zone conversions
Pac-12 leader: Colorado, 100% (1 TD, 4 FGs in 5 tries)
3. Stanford, 93.3% — 14 of 15 scores with 9 TDs + 5 FGs (20)
6. Washington, 87% — 20 of 23 scores with 17 TDs + 3 FGs (44)

Sacks allowed
Pac-12 leader: Washington/Stanford/Oregon, 3 total (National leader: Nebraska/Navy, 2)

Long scrimmage plays (of 10 yards or more)
Pac-12 leader: Oregon State, 86 (National leader: Marshall, 84)
5. Washington, 75 (31)
10. Stanford, 54 (96)

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

Scoring defense
Pac-12 leader: Washington/Oregon, 10.8 points per game (National leader: Louisville, 6.8)
T1. Washington, 10.8 (4)
5. Stanford, 19.5 (34)

Rushing defense
Pac-12 leader: Colorado, 91.3  (National leader: Florida, 53.5)
3. Stanford, 105.0 (21)
5. Washington, 132.0 (43)

Passing defense
Pac-12 leader: Washington, 156.8 (National leader: Michigan State, 130.5)
1. Washington, 156.8 (9)
8. Stanford, 238.5 (78)

Total defense
Pac-12 leader: Washington, 288.8 (National leader: Michigan State, 188.8)
1. Washington, 288.8 (14) — 3.80 yards per play (3)
7. Stanford, 343.5 (36) — 4.64 yards per play (23)

Red-zone defense
Pac-12 leader: Washington, 60% (National leader: Baylor, 44.4%)
1. Washington, 60% — 6 scores in 10 opponents’ attempts with 4 TDs + 2 FGs (5)
11. Stanford, 90% — 9 scores in opponents’ 10 attempts with 7 TDs + 3 FGs (98)

Sacks
Pac-12 leader: Utah, 3.75 per game (National leader: Memphis, 4.33)
2. Washington, 3.25 (10)
6. Stanford, 2.25 (33)

Long scrimmage plays allowed (of 10 yards or more)
Pac-12 leader: Washington, 29 (National leader: Baylor/Michigan State, 28)
1. Washington, 29 (3)
4. Stanford, 46 (27)

Penalties
Pac-12 leader: Arizona State, 3.5 per game (National leader: Boston College, 2.0)
3. Stanford, 4.8 per game, for 38.5 yards per game (28)
12. Washington, 10.8 per game, for 92.5 yards (125 out of 125)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Passing yards
Pac-12 leader: Sean Mannion, OSU, 403.6 yards per game (National leader: Mannion)
8. Keith Price, Washington, 261.0 per game (31); 9 TDs, 2 INT, 72.3% completion rate
10. Kevin Hogan, Stanford, 208.0 per game (63); 10 TDs, 3 INT, 63.2% completion rate;

Passer rating
Pac-12 leader: Kevin Hogan, Stanford, 174.6 (National leader: Bryce Petty, Baylor, 239.53)
1. Kevin Hogan, Stanford, 174.6 (11)
2. Keith Price, Washington, 173.6 (12)

Rushing
Pac-12 leader: Bishop Sankey, Washington, 151.8 yards per game (National leader: Sankey, 151.8)
1. Bishop Sankey, Washington, 151.8 (1); 104 carries for 607 yards, 5 TDs; 5.84 ypc
5. Tyler Gaffney, Stanford, 96.25 (30); 73 carries for 385 yards, T TDs; 5.27 ypc

Receiving
Pac-12 leader: Paul Richardson, Colorado 162.3 yards per game (National leader: Richardson)
9. Ty Montgomery, Stanford, 81.8
13. Kevin Smith, Washington, 67.3
15. Kasen Williams, Washington, 63.8
16. Devon Cajuste, Stanford, 61.0
20. Jaydon Mickens, Washington. 53.5

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