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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

October 20, 2014 at 10:25 AM

By the numbers: UW vs. No. 14 Arizona State, plus depth chart

BY THE NUMBERS

Huskies (5-2, 1-2 Pac-12) vs. No. 14 Arizona State (5-1, 3-1 Pac-12)
7:45 p.m. Saturday at Husky Stadium. TV: ESPN

Latest line: ASU opened as a 2.5-point favorite.

Notes: UW senior defensive end Hau’oli Kikaha continues to lead the FBS in both sacks, with 12.5, and tackles for loss, with 15.5. Washington is third in the nation with 27 sacks, and is now second in the FBS with a plus-12 turnover margin through seven games.

2014 results

Week 1
UW 17, Hawaii 16
Arizona State 45, Weber State 14

Week 2
UW 59, Eastern Washington 52
Arizona State 58, New Mexico 23

Week 3
UW 44, Illinois 19
Arizona State 38, Colorado 24

Week 4
UW 45, Georgia State 14

Week 5
Stanford 20, UW 13
UCLA 62, Arizona State 27

Week 6
Arizona State 38, USC 34
UW bye

Week 7
UW 31, Cal 7

Week 8
Oregon 45, UW 20
Arizona State 26, Stanford 10

TEAM STATISTICS
Pac-12 rankings (national rank in parenthesis)

Scoring offense

3. Arizona State, 38.7 (17)

9. UW, 32.7 (50)

Rushing offense

5. Arizona State, 199.3 (39)

7. UW, 183.1 (54)

Passing offense

4. Arizona State, 324.0 (11)

12. UW, 181.4 (106)

Total offense

4. Arizona State, 523.3 (13)

12. UW, 364.6 (103)

Turnover margin

1. UW, plus-12 (15 takeaways; 3 giveaways)

5. Arizona State, plus-3 (8 takeaways; 5 giveaways)

Scoring defense

6. UW, 24.7 (56)

8. Arizona State, 27.8 (78)

Rushing defense

3. UW, 131.9 (36)

12. Arizona State, 185.3 (93)

Passing defense

3. Arizona State, 239.8 (78)

11. UW, 283.4 (115)

Total defense

5. UW, 415.3 (74)

6. Arizona State, 425.2 (85)

Red zone offense

UW, 96 percent (17 TD, 7 FG in 25 trips)

Arizona State, 93 percent (18 TD, 9 FG in 29 trips)

 

Red zone defense

UW, 75 percent (13 TD, 8 FG in opponents’ 28 trips)

Arizona State, 81 percent (12 TD, 5 FG in opponents’ 21 trips)

 

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing (Top 20)

5. D.J. Foster, ASU, 102.0 yards per game (612 yards on 97 carries, 6 TD; 6.3 ypc)

10. Lavon Coleman, UW, 62.6 ypg (438 yards on 106 carries, 1 TD; 4.1 ypc)

20. Dwayne Washington, UW, 34.1 ypg (239 yards on 63 carries, 3 TD; 3.8 ypc)

Quarterback rating

6. Mike Bercovici, ASU, 147.9 rating: 101 for 163, 1,322 yards, 10 TD, 2 INT

8. Cyler Miles, UW, 141.8 rating: 104 for 157, 1,043 yards, 10 TD, 1 INT

Receiving (Top 20)

1. Jaelen Strong, ASU, 114.8 ypg (49 catches for 358 yards, 4 TD)

10. John Ross III, UW, 62.2 ypg (16 catches for 373 yards, 4 TD)

13. D.J. Foster, ASU, 62.0 ypg (28 catches for 372 yards, 2 TD)

Here is UW’s depth chart distributed today. Kasen Williams is now listed behind John Ross III:

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And UW’s game notes distributed to the media:

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