Ted Miller Reading through the Pac-12 weekly release so you don't have to. As the NFL opened play, 228 former Pac-12 players were listed on the Week 1 53-man rosters. In seven games hosted by Pac-12 teams, average attendance was 55,052 fans. Six of the seven sites had crowds better than 75 percent of capacity, with three sites better than 90 percent of capacity -- ASU 70,236 (98.0 percent), Colorado 49,532 (92.4 percent) and Oregon 58,818 (109.0 percent). Washington State leads the nation in scoring offense with 61.5 points per game. The Cougars are fourth in total offense with 600 yards per game. Stanford and Washington State both rank in the nation's top-25 in scoring defense. Stanford is 11th, allowing 8.5 ppg. WSU is 25th, allowing 14. Oregon State ranks 108th in the nation in scoring offense with 14 ppg. Oregon ranks last in the Pac-12 and 108th in the nation in rushing defense, yielding 229 yards per game. The Ducks, however, are No. 1 in the conference and 25th in the nation in pass efficiency defense. Arizona last in the Pac-12 and 115th in the nation in rushing offense with 58 yards per game. The Wildcats, however, are No. 5 in passing offense with 405 yards per game. Oregon State has just two punt returns for a total of 1 yard this season. The Beavers rank 116th in the nation in pass efficiency defense. Washington State leads the Pac-12 with 8 sacks. Oregon is last with two. UCLA has yet to yield a sack. Colorado has surrendered a conference-worst seven. Stanford has just six penalties in two games. Washington is plus-five in turnovers, best in the conference. USC and Arizona State are last at minus-two. In 12 visits to the redzone, Stanford has scored 10 touchdowns. In six redzone visits, Colorado has one touchdown. Opponents have been in Oregon State's redzone nine times. Eight of those trips ended in touchdowns. Three conference receivers are averaging more than 20 yards per reception: Colorado's Paul Richardson (23.8 ypr), Washington State's Marquess Wilson (21.4 ypr) and Arizona State's Aaron Pflugrad (20.9 ypr). Stanford outside linebacker Chase Thomas leads the conference in sacks (4) and tackles for a loss (4.5). He also leads the conference with two forced fumbles. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-10 Blog Click here to view the article.