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November 4, 2013 at 10:52 AM

By the numbers: UW vs. Colorado

Washington's Bishop Sankey is third in the FBS with an average of 145.3 yards rushing per gmae. (Ted S. Warren/AP)

Washington’s Bishop Sankey is third in the FBS with 1,162 yards rushing. (Ted S. Warren/AP)

By the numbers: Huskies (5-3, 2-3 Pac-12) vs. Colorado (3-5, 0-5); 5 p.m. Saturday, Husky Stadium. TV: Pac-12 Networks.

The line: Huskies favored by 28 points.

Note: UW game notes attached at the bottom of this post.

2013 results:

Week 1:
Washington 38, Boise State 6
Colorado 41, Colorado State 27

Week 2:
Colorado 38, Central Arkansas 24

Week 3:
Washington 34, at Illinois 24

Week 4:
Washington 56, Idaho State 0

Week 5:
Washington 31, Arizona 13
Oregon State 44, Colorado 17

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

Week 7:
Oregon 45, Washington 24
Arizona State 54, Colorado 13

Week 8:
Arizona State 53, Washington 24
Colorado 43, Charleston Southern 10

Week 9:
Washington 41, California 17
Arizona 44, Colorado 20

Week 10:
UCLA 45, Colorado 23

OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
Pac-12 ranks

Scoring
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 55.6
6. Washington, 35.4
10. Colorado, 26.4

Rushing offense
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 331.5
3. Washington, 218.13
9. Colorado, 128.63

Passing offense
Pac-12 leader: Oregon State, 404.8 yards per game
6. Washington, 283.8
8. Colorado, 249.1

Total offense
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 632.1
3. Washington, 501.9 (8)
12. Colorado, 377.8

Sacks allowed
Pac-12 leader: Stanford, 9 total in 8 games
6. Colorado, 13 in 8 games
T10. Washington, 22 in 8 games

Third-down conversions
Pac-12 leader: UCLA, 52.1%
2. Washington, 49.6%
10. Colorado, 34.8%

Long scrimmage plays (of 10 yards or more)
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 177
8. Washington, 128
12. Colorado, 93
(of 20 yards or more)
4. Washington, 54
12. Colorado, 31

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

Scoring defense
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 16.9 points per game
6. Washington, 23.6
11. Colorado, 38.1

Rushing defense
Pac-12 leader: Stanford, 103.9
8. Washington, 177.1
12. Colorado, 198.9

Passing defense
Pac-12 leader: Arizona, 212.3
2. Washington, 215.1
11. Colorado, 268.6

Total defense
Pac-12 leader: USC, 323.0
7. Washington, 392.3 — 5.00 yards per play
11. Colorado, 467.5 — 6.13 yards per play

Sacks
Pac-12 leader: USC, 28 in 9 games
4. Washington, 24 in 8 games
T11. Colorado, 9 in 8 games

Long scrimmage plays allowed (of 10 yards or more)
Pac-12 leader: Oregon, 93
3. Washington, 99
9. Colorado, 133
(of 20 yards or more)
5. Washington, 33
10. Colorado, 46

Team Penalties
Pac-12 leader: Arizona State, 3.6 per game for 31.9 yards
6. Colorado, 5.3 per game for 47.0 ypg
11. Washington, 9.0 per game for 78.8 ypg

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Passing yards
Pac-12 leader: Sean Mannion, OSU, 393.3 ypg
6. Keith Price, Washington, 271.1 ypg; 16 TD, 4 INT, 64.3% completion rate
NR. Sefo Liufau, Colorado, 206.5 ypg; 4 TD, 3 INT, 64.9% (in four games)
12. Connor Wood, Colorado, 182.0 ypg, 8 TD, 7 INT, 53.2%

Passer rating
Pac-12 leader: Marcus Mariota, Oregon, 178.5
5. Keith Price, Washington, 150.6
NR. Sefo Liufau, Colorado, 132.1
12. Connor Wood, Colorado, 120.9

Rushing
Pac-12 leader: Ka’Deem Carey, 153.14 yards per game
2. Bishop Sankey, Washington, 145.3 ypg; 199 carries for 1,162 yards, 12 TD; 5.84 ypc
13. Christian Powell, Colorado, 47.0 ypg; 104 carries for 376 yards, 2 TD; 3.62 ypc
NR Michael Adkins II, Colorado, 73.8 ypg; 65 carries for 369 yards, 5 TD; 5.7 ypc

Receiving
Pac-12 leader: Brandin Cooks, Oregon State, 149.3 yards per game
2. Paul Richardson, Colorado, 123.0 ypg; 57 catches for 984 yards, 8 TD
14. Jaydon Mickens, Washington, 67.8 ypg; 45 catches for 542 yards, 4 TD
15. Kevin Smith, Washington, 63.0 ypg; 30 catches for 504 yards, 3 TD

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