Washington Huskies

Washington Huskies

Athlon Sports brings the most intriguing, important, historic and bizarre stats from around the weekend of Pac-12 football action:

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44: Yards allowed in the second half by Washington

One of the most shocking halftime scores of Week 4 was the Huskies trailing 35-point underdog Georgia State 14-0. Washington had allowed 219 yards of offense in the first quarter. In the second half, the Dawgs stiffened up, outscoring the Panthers 45-0 and holding them to just 44 yards of total offense.

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0: Interceptions thrown by Cyler Miles this season

Part of the reason Washington stormed back to beat GSU was creating four Panthers turnovers while not giving the ball up once. Quarterback Cyler Miles has a model citizen on the field when it comes to protecting the ball. Miles has 71 pass attempts for 525 yards in three games and has yet to throw an interception. He has scored eight total touchdowns.

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36: Points Scored by Arizona in Fourth Quarter Against Cal

The Golden Bears led the Wildcats 31-13 at the end of the third quarter. One quarter later, the shootout everyone expected finally started. The Wildcats and Golden Bears combined for 50 points in the fourth quarter, with Arizona recording a school-record 36 in a crazy 49-45 victory.

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47-of-73: Anu Solomon school records for completions and attempts

Quarterback Anu Solomon is a burgeoning star in the Pac-12 for Arizona. He set school records for both completions (47) and attempts (73) attempts in the wild, come-from-behind win over Cal at home. He finished with 520 yards passing and led the team in rushing with 46 yards. Solomon is second in the nation with 1,621 yards of total offense.

7.0: Sacks allowed by Oregon

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The Ducks won on Saturday evening but there are some glaring concerns about the Oregon offensive line moving forward. With two starters missing up front, Marcus Mariota was running for his life and was sacked seven times. Oregon gave up a total of 18 sacks last year and had allowed just three in three games this season entering Week 4. Now, the Ducks are 11th in the Pac-12 with 10 sacks allowed (UCLA, 11).

11,339: Sean Mannion career passing yards

Oregon State’s quarterback threw for 275 yards in the 28-7 win over San Diego State. For his career, Mannion has thrown for 11,339 yards, passing Derek Anderson (11,249) this weekend for No. 1 all-time in school history. Mannion is seven touchdowns behind Anderson’s school record of 79.

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0: Trips allowed into the red zone by Utah

Michigan has some major offensive issues and Utah exploited them this weekend in the easy 26-10 win in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines had 12 offensive possessions and didn’t advance into the Utes’ red zone one time. Technically, Utah’s defense allowed just three points since UM’s only score came on defense. Additionally, Kyle Whittingham is 2-0 in The Big House.

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3: Kaelin Clay return touchdowns

Clay returned a punt 66 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter against Michigan this weekend. It was his second punt return for a touchdown this year and his third return for a score overall. Only Vanderbilt’s Darius Sims has two return scores this fall, so Clay leads the nation with three.

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8.0: Yards per play for Cal

The Golden Bears choked away a chance at a quality road win in the Pac-12 in Tucson this weekend. That ugly fourth quarter shouldn’t overshadow the fact that this team is clearly improved. This offense averaged just 5.2 yards per play a year ago (98th nationally) but posted 8.0 yards per play against Arizona. In three games, Cal is averaging 6.8 yards per play (28th).

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518: Nelson Spruce receiving yards

The Colorado Buffaloes' star wide receiver has quickly replaced Paul Richardson in Boulder. Spruce caught 13 passes for 172 yards and a touchdown in the win over Hawaii. He is now third in the nation with 518 yards (Amari Cooper, Kevin White) and is leading the nation with seven receiving touchdowns.