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    By Ted Miller

    [​IMG]Reviewing some Pac-12 team and individual statistics and where they rank in the nation.

    Individual

    • Three running backs rank in the nation's top 15 in rushing: 2. Oregon's LaMichael James (150.83 ypg), 5. Washington's Chris Polk (127) and 15. Utah's John White (114.38).
    • Five quarterbacks rank in the nation's top 21 in passing efficiency: 5. Stanford's Andrew Luck; 7. Oregon's Darron Thomas; 8. Washington's Keith Price; 18. USC's Matt Barkley; 21. Arizona's Nick Foles.
    • Three wide receivers rank in the nation's top 10 in receiving yards per game: 5. USC's Robert Woods (123.88 ypg); 6. California's Keenan Allen (123.63) ; 10. Washington State's Marquess Wilson (111.13)
    • Five punters rank in the nation's top 16 in yards per punt: 5. Oregon's Jackson Rice (47.41 ypp); 12. California's Bryan Anger (45.3); 14. UCLA's Jeff Locke (44.94); 16. Oregon State's Johnny Hecker (44.63).
    • Six players rank in the nation's top 20 in all-purpose yards: 1. Oregon RB*LaMichael James (200.17 ypg); 5. USC WR*Robert Woods (177.98); 9 Colorado RB Rodney Stewart (167); 15. Washington RB Chris Polk (158.13); 16. Oregon RB/WR De'Anthony Thomas (157.75); 20. Washington State WR Isiah Barton (154.88).
    Team

    • Six teams rank in the top 25 in passing: 3. Arizona (375.63 ypg); 10. Washington State (316.13); 18. Arizona State (294.5); 20. Stanford (290.38); 22. Oregon State (289); 24. USC (286.5)
    • Six teams rank in the top 25 in passing efficiency: 4. Stanford; 8. Oregon; 11. Washington; 19. USC; 22. Arizona; 25. Arizona State.
    • Two teams rank in the top 20 in rushing: 4. Oregon (309.25 ypg); 19. Stanford (215.25)
    • Four teams rank in the top 25 in scoring: 3. Stanford (49.5 ppg); 4. Oregon (47.5); 22. Arizona State (35.88); 25. Washington (35.63).
    • Two teams rank in the top 25 in total defense: 22. Utah (325.63); 23. Stanford (328.88).
    • Stanford is the team with a top-25 scoring defense, ranking 13th (17 ppg).


    Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-10 Blog
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