Here is another random accounting of stats related to the Pac-12.
Stanford at UCLA
Stanford is minus-6 in turnover margin in Pac-12 games, but is just minus-4 in points off turnover margin.
UCLA running back Paul Perkins leads the Pac-12 with 1,262 yards rushing, which is the second-most for a UCLA running back over the last 10 years.
Stanford is one of 20 teams in the country to allow 11 or fewer touchdown passes this season.
Only nine teams in the country have allowed more first downs due to penalty than UCLA (26).
In conference games, UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley has rushed for 492 yards, which is the most in the Pac-12 and fifth-most among Power 5 quarterbacks.
Arizona State at Arizona
Arizona has scored 87 points off turnovers in conference games, the most in the Pac-12.
Over the last three seasons, ASU quarterback Taylor Kelly ranks fifth in the country with 75 touchdown passes.
Points per drive: Arizona 2.39; Arizona State 2.45.
Arizona linebacker Scooby Wright III is the only player in the country with at least 13 sacks and four forced fumbles.
Arizona State's penalty margin (minus-26) is tied for the fifth-best mark in the country.
Notre Dame at USC
USC has forced five turnovers in the red zone, the second-most among Power 5 teams.
USC leads the Pac-12 with 81 third-down conversions.
USC's red zone touchdown percentage (72.7) ranks third among Power 5 teams.
Oregon at Oregon State
Oregon has scored 40-plus points in six straight games and gained more than 500 yards of offense in its last five, both are the longest active streaks in the country.
Since being sacked 15 times in his first five games, Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota has been sacked just 10 times over the last six games.
With 1,050 rushing yards, Oregon running back Royce Freeman is the first true freshman in school history to crack the 1,000-yard mark.
Oregon State has averaged 30.3 points in the Civil War since 2004.
Oregon State's third-down conversion percentage is 30.9, which is the worst in the Pac-12, while Oregon has the best (52.4).
Washington at Washington State
WSU ranks last in the Pac-12 with a minus-12 in turnover margin in conference games.
WSU receiver Vince Mayle's 1,159 receiving yards in conference play is the third-most over the last 10 years.
Washington's John Ross ranks second in the nation with 760 kickoff-return yards.
Washington leads the nation with seven defensive touchdowns.
Washington outside linebacke Hau'oli Kikaha leads the nation in sacks (17.5) and tackles for loss (23.5)
Utah at Colorado
Utah kicker Andy Phillips has eight field goals of 40-plus yards in conference games, which is twice as many as any other kicker in the conference.
Utah punter Tom Hackett leads the nation in punts downed inside the 20 (34) and 10 (19).
Utah's Kaelin Clay leads the nation with four kicks returned for touchdowns.
Colorado has allowed 20 sacks this season, which is the fewest in the Pac-12.
Colorado's Nelson Spruce is tied for the national lead with 101 catches.
BYU at Cal
Quarterback Jared Goff finished the Pac-12 season with 3,070 yards. He's just the fourth player since 2004 to eclipse the 3,000-yard mark in conference games.
Cal has never played in a bowl after starting the season 5-6.
Cal running back Daniel Lasco needs 15 yards rushing against BYU to become the sixth Pac-12 player to rush for 1,000 yards this season.