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Crunching the Numbers: UW at OSU

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It's interesting-- the Huskies are 3-6 compared to the Beavers 5-4, but the Huskies have better offensive statistics in almost every category. I guess that goes to show how good Oregon State defense is, and how much it compensates for the struggling offense.

The stats:

  Oregon State Washington Edge
Scoring: Points/Game 24.7 28.6 UW
First Downs: Total 170 176 UW
Rushing: Yards / Attempt 3.98 4.96 UW
Passing: Rating 102.61 110.65 UW
Passing: Yards 1882 1747 OSU
Total Offense: Yards / Play 4.9 5.6 UW
Total Offense: Plays - Yards 665 - 3230 622 - 3482 UW
Punt Returns: Yards / Return 5.79 9.69 UW
Kickoff Returns: Yards / Return 19.98 20.10 UW
Punting: Yards / Punt 34.08 40.33 UW
Punting: Punts - Yards 59 - 2011 49 - 1976 OSU
Interceptions: Returns - Yards - TD 12 - 192 - 2 9 - 86 - 1 UW
Fumbles: Number - Lost 13 - 7 18 - 8 OSU
Penalties: Number - Yards 53 - 476 54 - 403 UW
3rd Down Conversions: Conversion % 34.29% 42.65% UW
4th Down Conversions: Conversion % 69.23% 62.5% OSU
Red Zone: Success % 78.38% 84.38% UW
Field Goals: Success % 75% 64.3% OSU
Field Goals: Attempts - Made 16 - 12 14 - 9 OSU
PAT Kicking: Success % 100% 97% OSU
PAT Kicking: Attempts - Made 24 - 24 33 - 32 OSU
2-Point Conversions: Success % 50% - OSU
2-Point Conversions: Attempts - Made 2 - 1 0 - 0 OSU

Discuss here. The good thing UW having a good offense is that we have a good defense to stop it. The key to the game will be getting production from our offense, who will be led by Lyle Moevao this week.

Again, here is the place for discussion.

GO BEAVERS!

--JB--