Pac-12 by the numbers: Week 3

Here's another look at random stats pertaining to the Pac-12.

Wyoming at No. 2 Oregon

  • QB Marcus Mariota's yards per pass attempt (12.19) ranks No. 4 in the country, and he is one of three quarterbacks nationally with at least six touchdown passes and no interceptions.

  • The Ducks rank second in the country in points (108) and sixth in total offense (582 yards per game) among teams that have played two games.

  • DB Troy Hill is tied for fifth nationally with three pass breakups.

Illinois at Washington

  • RB Lavon Coleman ranks No. 4 in the Pac-12 with 196 yards rushing.

  • Washington is 45-44-2 all-time against Big Ten teams.

  • Washington DT Danny Shelton ranks No. 1 in the nation with six sacks.

Army at No. 15 Stanford

  • Stanford has gone three-and-out just once in 23 drives.

  • In 11 trips to the red zone, Stanford has scored three touchdowns.

  • The Stanford defense has faced 25 opposing drives and has allowed points on three -- with one being a touchdown.

Portland State at Washington State

  • QB Connor Halliday leads the nation in pass attempts (113), completions (78) and passing yards (921).

  • Among teams without a win, WSU has scored the second-most points in the country (52).

  • Only two teams -- SMU and Central Florida -- average less yards per rush than WSU (1.38).

No. 12 UCLA vs. Texas in Arlington

  • UCLA is one of four teams in the country with at least five red-zone drives that has scored a touchdown on each one.

  • The Bruins have nine players on their roster from the state of Texas.

  • Only two teams in the country -- Oregon State (26) and Texas Tech (25) -- have committed more penalties than UCLA (21).

No. 9 USC at Boston College

  • WR Nelson Agholor (14 catches, 148 yards) has been targeted on 21 of USC's 63 pass attempts.

  • USC's 56.3 percent third-down conversion rate ranks No. 10 nationally.

  • RB Buck Allen is No. 10 in the country in carries (45) and rushing yards (287).

No. 16 Arizona State at Colorado

  • Through two games, the Sun Devils have averaged 7.78 yards per play, which ranks No. 5 nationally.

  • ASU QB Taylor Kelly's 90.7 raw QBR ranks No. 5 nationally.

  • ASU RB D.J. Foster has three carries for 40-plus yards. Last year no one at ASU had more than two such carries.

  • Colorado WR Nelson Spruce leads the Pac-12 with 249 receiving yards.

  • In five games in this series, Arizona State holds a 5-0 lead.

Nevada at Arizona

  • Among running backs in the country with two or fewer career games, Nick Wilson ranks No. 3 with 278 rushing yards.

  • The Wildcats rank No. 3 in the country in total offense (620.5 yards per game) among teams that have played two games. They rank No. 1 among teams that have only played FBS schools.

  • Nevada has allowed just one touchdown its opponents' seven trips to the redzone this year.

Past weeks

Week 1

Week 2