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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 9/22/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
ARIZONA ST
 
WASHINGTON
+18  

-18  
+810

-1500

54
 
20
Final
27

ARIZONA ST (2 - 1) at WASHINGTON (2 - 1)
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Week 4 Saturday, 9/22/2018 10:30 PM
Board OpenLatest
409ARIZONA ST5051.5
410WASHINGTON-17.5-18.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
ARIZONA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games2-1+0.42-12-128.714.0434.7(6.3)0.316.05.7345.7(4.6)1.7
Road Games0-1-2.40-11-021.014.0377.0(5.4)0.028.014.0440.0(5.4)1.0
Last 3 Games2-1+0.42-12-128.714.0434.7(6.3)0.316.05.7345.7(4.6)1.7
ARIZONA ST - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)28.714.023.026:3030-115(3.9)26-3965.3%319(8.1)69-435(6.3)(15.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.29.31421.227:1231-85(2.8)23-3565.7%314(8.9)66-399(6)(13.6)
Offense Road Games21.014.021.023:5524-36(1.5)31-4667.4%341(7.4)70-377(5.4)(18)
Defense (All Games)16.05.722.733:3040-125(3.2)19-3554.7%220(6.2)75-346(4.6)(21.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.20.79.820.333:4838-134(3.5)19-3259.6%216(6.8)70-350(5)(16.9)
Defense Road Games28.014.027.036:0558-311(5.4)12-2450.0%129(5.4)82-440(5.4)(15.7)

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games2-101-20-327.314.7452.3(6.5)1.710.37.3314.3(4.4)1.3
Home Games1-000-10-145.017.0632.0(8)2.03.00.0262.0(4)1.0
Last 3 Games2-101-20-327.314.7452.3(6.5)1.710.37.3314.3(4.4)1.3
Turf Games2-0+11-10-233.015.5479.5(6.7)1.55.03.5261.5(3.9)2.0
Conference Games1-0+11-00-121.014.0327.0(5)1.07.07.0261.0(3.8)3.0
WASHINGTON - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)27.314.722.331:0536-156(4.3)21-3462.4%296(8.8)70-452(6.5)(16.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.311.418.431:4736-132(3.6)20-3456.8%255(7.4)71-387(5.5)(15.9)
Offense Home Games45.017.025.031:0334-195(5.7)31-4568.9%437(9.7)79-632(8)(14)
Defense (All Games)10.37.316.728:5536-144(4)21-3658.3%171(4.7)72-314(4.4)(30.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.19.910.617.929:5838-188(4.9)19-3258.0%181(5.7)70-369(5.3)(18.6)
Defense Home Games3.00.010.028:5733-161(4.9)17-3351.5%101(3.1)66-262(4)(87.3)
Average power rating of opponents played: ARIZONA ST 35,  WASHINGTON 31.3
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
ARIZONA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2018UTSA49-7W-17.5W52O36-26616-24-237034-219-43-2183
9/8/2018MICHIGAN ST16-13W4.5W53U29-4430-48-380127-6327-39-3141
9/15/2018@ SAN DIEGO ST21-28L-5.5L48O24-3631-46-341058-31112-24-1291
9/22/2018@ WASHINGTON            
9/29/2018OREGON ST            
10/6/2018@ COLORADO            
10/18/2018STANFORD            

WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2018*AUBURN16-21L1.5L50.5U33-10218-32-296245-14726-36-2730
9/8/2018N DAKOTA45-3W-46L57U34-19531-45-437233-16117-33-1011
9/15/2018@ UTAH21-7W-4W45.5U41-17214-24-155129-12320-39-1383
9/22/2018ARIZONA ST            
9/29/2018BYU            
10/6/2018@ UCLA            
10/13/2018@ OREGON            
10/20/2018COLORADO            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
ARIZONA ST: While college football writers have made it clear that they don't care for the bluster of new Sun Devils coach Herm Edwards, athletes seem to feel differently: Herm crushed it on signing day despite getting a late start on recruiting. Of course, actually coaching is another matter, and analysts are right to have questions about Herm's ability to do so after a decade out of the game. Quarterback Manny Wilkins gets all his receiving weapons back including stud N'Keal Harry, but significant talent leaves at almost every other position'on both sides of the ball. Plus, the schedule is brutal.
WASHINGTON: QB Jake Browning and running back Myles Gaskin are back as one of college football's most talented and experienced backfields, and will look to push each other to new heights in 2018. Gaskin rushed for about the same amount of yards in 2017 as he did in 2016'with more than twice as many touchdowns'but Browning saw his statistical output drop significantly. He'll look to rebound with help from a group of receivers that includes Chico McClatcher, who's returning from injury. The defense loses a star in Vita Vea, but is still stacked at D-line and everywhere else. Browning and Gaskin are the big names, but it's the defense that carries this team.
PREVIEW
No. 10 Washington out to rush past Arizona St.
 

Arizona State knocked Washington out of contention for the College Football Playoff last season, winning 13-7 in mid-October.

The teams meet again Saturday, this time in Seattle rather than Tempe, Ariz., with the Huskies having no margin of error in the national race.

No. 10 Washington (2-1, 1-0 Pac-12) lost its opener in Atlanta against Auburn but bounced back to rout North Dakota and post a stifling defensive effort in a 21-7 victory at Utah last week.

Arizona State (2-1) followed up a rousing home win over No. 23 Michigan State with a 28-21 loss at San Diego State, allowing 311 rushing yards last Saturday night.

"You've got to stop the run," Arizona State coach Herm Edwards said.

"It's a hard pill to swallow when people are running the ball on you because there's hardly anything you can do. Unless you can cause a fumble, it becomes a short game and a long afternoon for you defensively while your offense sits over there and watches the clock being bled down."

Arizona State, thanks to its work against UTSA and Michigan State, had led the nation in rushing defense through two games.

Washington coach Chris Petersen had a potentially potent ground attack, led by senior running back Myles Gaskin and sophomore Salvon Ahmed, an explosive change-of-pace runner sidelined for much of last week's game. Petersen said Monday there are "no concerns" about his health this week.

Gaskin delivered his first breakout performance of the season at Utah, gaining 143 yards on 30 carries and scoring on a 38-yard rush.

"If we're going to give him the ball enough and our offensive line keeps guys relatively covered, he's going to make his plays," Petersen said.

"He's slippery, he's strong, he's fast; he's all those things. We've just got to give him a chance to get things started and he's going to find creases."

Washington senior quarterback Jake Browning threw an interception for a third consecutive game at Utah, and his up-and-down play in 2018 has contributed to Washington's low red-zone conversion rate (73.3 percent, No. 111 in the nation).

The aim for Washington's offense against Arizona State coordinator Danny Gonzales' 3-3-5 odd-stack defense is to build on the positives from the Utah win. The Huskies managed 5.0 yards per play and rushed for 172 yards against a stout Utes' defense.

Arizona State, meanwhile, will be looking for its running game. The Sun Devils, after rolling off 266 yards rushing in the season opener, totaled 44 and 36 yards on the ground in the following two games.

The ineffective run game has made the Sun Devils somewhat one-dimensional, evident in quarterback Manny Wilkins attempting 48 and 46 passes.

Wilkins will be testing a Washington secondary that might be the best in the country and is led by safety Taylor Rapp and cornerback Byron Murphy, who has produced a team-best seven pass break-ups through three games.

"Their defense, it's outstanding, one of the better defenses in college football in my opinion," Edwards said. "What they do schematically, how they built it, they do a nice job with their secondary. They're very talented."

ASU counters with, among others, junior N'Keal Harry, one of the top receivers in the country. He finished with nine receptions against San Diego State, moving into fifth place in school history in career catches (161).

"Big and strong and tough and I think he has really deceptive speed too," Petersen said. "He's such a big guy you don't think he's going to run like that but then he'll break the tackle and outrun everybody."

Arizona State has won 11 of the past 12 meetings against Washington, with the Huskies winning 44-18 in Seattle in 2016.

Washington, trying to at least stay on the fringes of playoff possibility, can't afford another loss to ASU, like the one suffered last season. Petersen said that game or any revenge angle won't play a part Saturday.

"I think it's completely different. That's the mindset every week," he said. "It's not about referencing a game ... it's just like, you've got to play. You've got to play your best or you're going to get beat. I just really believe that."


Last Updated: 12/15/2018 10:15:22 AM EST


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