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October 7, 2013 at 10:56 AM

By the numbers: No. 2 Oregon at No. 16 Washington

UW defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox (right), a former Oregon defensive back, shares a laugh with UW coach Steve Sarkisian (left) and linebackers coach Peter Sirmon (center, back to camera) earlier this season at practice. (Mark Harrison/The Seattle Times)

UW defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox (right), a former Oregon defensive back, shares a laugh with UW coach Steve Sarkisian (left) and linebackers coach Peter Sirmon (center, back to camera) earlier this season at practice. (Mark Harrison/The Seattle Times)

By the numbers: No. 2 Oregon (5-0, 2-0 Pac-12) at No. 16 Huskies (4-1, 1-1 Pac-12); 1 p.m. Saturday, Husky Stadium. TV: Fox Sports 1

Note: ESPN’s “College GameDay” to broadcast from the Red Square near Suzzallo Library on UW campus. Show airs from 6 a.m. to  9 a.m. Saturday.

The line: Oregon favored by 14.

2013 results:

Week 1:
Washington 38, Boise State 6
Oregon 66, Nicholls State 3

Week 2:
Oregon 59, Virginia 10

Week 3:
Washington 34, at Illinois 24
Oregon 59, Tennessee 14

Week 4:
Washington 56, Idaho State 0

Week 5:
Washington 31, Arizona 13
Oregon 55, California 16

Week 6:
Stanford 31, Washington 28
Oregon 57, Colorado 16

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

Scoring
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 59.2 (National leader: Baylor, 70.5)
1. Oregon, 59.2 (2)
7. Washington, 37.4 (34)

Rushing offense
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 335.8 (National leader: New Mexico, 367.8)
1. Oregon, 335.8 (3)
4. Washington, 258.8 (15)

Passing offense
Pac-12 leader: Oregon State, 420.6 yards per game (National leader: Baylor, 432.3)
6. Washington, 298.2 (23)
7. Oregon, 294.6 (24)

Total offense
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 630.4 (National leader: Baylor, 779.5)
1. Oregon, 630.4 (2)
3. Washington, 557.0 (5)

Red-zone conversions
Pac-12 leader: Stanford/Utah, 94%
8. Washington, 85% — 23 of 27 scores with 20 TDs + 3 FGs (54)
11. Oregon, 69% — 25 of 32 scores with 22 TDs + 3 FGs (93)

Sacks allowed
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 4 total (National leader: Nebraska, 2)
1. Oregon, 4 (8)
6. Washington, 8 (42)

Third-down conversions
Pac-12 leader: Washington/UCLA, 58% (National leader: Louisville, 62.5%)
T1. Washington, 58% (3)
5. Oregon, 44% (48)

Long scrimmage plays (of 10 yards or more)
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 106 (National leader: Western Kentucky, 117)
1. Oregon, 106 (7)
3. Washington, 91 (22)
(of 20 yards or more)
1. Oregon, 48 (1)
3. Washington, 34 (13)

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

Scoring defense
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 11.8 points per game (National leader: Louisville, 6.8)
1. Oregon, 11.8 (2)
3. Washington, 14.8 (11)

Rushing defense
Pac-12 leader: USC, 99.6  (National leader: Michigan State, 51.2)
3. Oregon, 126.4 (32)
5. Washington, 141.4 (45)

Passing defense
Pac-12 leader: Washington, 146.4 (National leader: UNLV, 134.0)
1. Washington, 146.4 (3)
3. Oregon, 204.8 (29)

Total defense
Pac-12 leader: Washington, 287.8 (National leader: Michigan State, 203.8)
1. Washington, 287.8 (10) — 3.94 yards per play (3)
3. Oregon, 331.2 (21) — 4.08 yards per play (7)

Red-zone defense
Pac-12 leader: Washington State, 58% (National leader: Baylor, 46%)
T2. Washington, 69% — 9 scores in opponents’ 13 attempts with 4 TDs + 5 FGs (13)
T2. Oregon, 69% — 9 scores in opponents’ 13 attempts with 6 TDs + 3 FGs (13)

Sacks
Pac-12 leader: Utah, 18 total (National leader: Fresno State/Virginia Tech/Clemson, 19)
3. Washington, 15 (16)
5. Oregon, 12 (34)

Long scrimmage plays allowed (of 10 yards or more)
Pac-12 leader: Washington, 37 (National leader: Michigan State, 34)
1. Washington, 37 (2)
4. Oregon, 48 (12)
(of 20 yards or more)
T1. Washington, 10
T1. Oregon, 10

Team Penalties
Pac-12 leader: Arizona, 34.0 penalty yards per game, 4.3 penalties per (National leader: Navy, 20.8 ypg)
9. Oregon, 7.6 per game, for 69.4 yards per game (113)
12. Washington, 10.6 per game, for 91.8 yards (125 out of 125)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Passing yards
Pac-12 leader: Sean Mannion, OSU, 403.6 yards per game (National leader: Mannion)
6. Keith Price, Washington, 278.8 per game (23rd nationally); 11 TDs, 3 INT, 71.3% completion rate
8. Marcus Mariota, Oregon, 271.6 per game (26); 14 TDs, 0 INT, 56.7% completion rate

Passer rating
Pac-12 leader: Marcus Mariota, Oregon, 176.3 (National leader: Bryce Petty, Baylor, 229.6)
1. Marcus Mariota, Oregon, 176.3 (8)
3. Keith Price, Washington, 163.4 (15)

Rushing
Pac-12 leader: Bishop Sankey, Washington, 146.4 yards per game (National leader: Andre Williams, Boston College, 153.6)
1. Bishop Sankey, Washington, 146.4 (4th nationally); 131 carries for 732 yards, 7 TDs; 5.59 ypc
6. Byron Marshall, Oregon, 89.6; 71 carries for 448 yards, 4 TDs; 6.3 ypc
7. De’Anthony Thomas, Oregon, 84.5; 42 carries for 338 yards, 6 Tds; 8.05 ypc
9. Marcus Mariota, Oregon, 67.6; 28 carries for 338 yards, 7 TDs; 5.6 ypc

Receiving
Pac-12 leader: Brandin Cooks, Oregon State, 161.4 yards per game (National leader: Cooks)
6. Josh Huff, Oregon, 89.0
12. Kevin Smith, Washington, 73.4
13. Bralon Addison, Oregon, 69.0
14. Kasen Williams, Washington, 68.8
18. Jaydon Mickens, Washington, 54.6

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