1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.
  2. The admins are aware of site instability throughout the day today. We have our crack technical staff checking it out, but it is probably the Russians. If you are having any specific issues, please post them to the Customer Service Support Forums and we will get to them in the next 24 to 48 weeks. Thank You

Pac-12 statistical review

Discussion in 'CU Buffs Newsroom' started by RSSBot, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. RSSBot

    RSSBot News Junkie

    Jul 8, 2005
    Likes Received:
    By Ted Miller

    [​IMG]Some interesting Pac-12 numbers culled from the conference's weekly release.
    • Utah RB John White ranks ninth in the nation and first in the Pac-12 in rushing with 126.67 yards per game. You might recall RB was a position of concern for the Utes in the offseason.
    • Five Pac-12 QBs rank among the nation's top-20 in passing efficiency: Washington State's Marshall Lobbestael (No. 7), Stanford's Andrew Luck (10), Oregon's Darron Thomas (14), Washington's Keith Price (17) and Arizona's Nick Foles (19).
    • Six Pac-12 receivers rank among the nation's top-25 in receiving yards per game: Washington State's Marquess Wilson (No. 3), USC's Robert Woods (9), Colorado's Paul Richardson (11), Arizona State's Aaron Pflugrad (22), California's Keenan Allen (24) and Cal's Marvin Jones (25).
    • Stanford's sophomore DE Ben Gardner leads the conference with 5.5 tackles for a loss. Cardinal LB Chase Thomas is tied for first in the conference with Arizona State LB Vontaze Burfict with four sacks.
    • Oregon, at No. 8, is the only conference team that ranks in the top-25 in rushing (261 yards per game). Five teams rank in the top-25 in passing: Washington State (4), Arizona (5), Arizona State (17), Colorado (22) and USC (23).
    • Washington State and Oregon are tied for tied for sixth in the nation in total offense with 539.67 yards per game (didn't think I'd type that in the preseason).
    • Three teams rank in the top-25 in run defense: No. 2 Stanford, No. 9 California and No. 21 Utah.
    • Cal is the only conference team ranked in the top-25 in total defense: No. 21 with 282.67 yards per game.
    • Stanford ranks No. 7 in scoring defense (9.0 ppg) and Utah is 22nd (14.33).
    • Arizona ranks 116th in the nation in rushing (55.7 yards per game).
    • Arizona ranks 111th in the nation in total defense (473.3 ypg).
    • The Wildcats will be playing their third consecutive game against a top-20 offense when Oregon -- ranked sixth -- comes to Tucson on Saturday (No. 2 Oklahoma State, No. 20 Stanford)
    • Stanford is tied for fifth in the nation with 13 sacks.
    • UCLA and Oregon have surrendered only one sack.
    • Utah is plus-9 in turnover margin. Standford and Washington, at plus-3, are tied for second.
    • Stanford is 5 for 5 on fourth down this year. No other conference team is perfect on fourth down.
    • Washington State's opponents are 1 for 8 on fourth down.
    • Stanford has 11 penalties this year. Colorado has 29.

    Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-10 Blog
    Click here to view the article.

Share This Page