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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 10/12/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
OREGON
 
WASHINGTON
-11  

+11  
-450

+325

75.5
 
45
Final
24

OREGON (5 - 0) at WASHINGTON (4 - 1)
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Week 7 Saturday, 10/12/2013 4:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
163OREGON-12-13
164WASHINGTON7676
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
OREGON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games5-005-04-159.237.6630.4(8.2)1.011.87.8331.2(4.1)2.8
Road Games2-002-02-058.035.5656.0(8)1.513.013.0336.0(4.3)3.0
Last 3 Games3-003-02-157.040.7607.7(7.4)1.715.38.7338.3(4.4)2.7
Turf Games3-003-02-160.039.0613.3(8.3)0.711.04.3328.0(4)2.7
Conference Games2-002-01-156.042.0568.0(6.7)2.516.09.5349.5(4.2)3.5
OREGON - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)59.237.627.625:2147-336(7.1)17-3057.3%295(9.8)77-630(8.2)(10.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.38.321.823.329:2140-219(5.4)19-3654.1%259(7.2)76-478(6.3)(12.5)
Offense Road Games58.035.528.026:3951-349(6.9)17-3154.0%306(9.7)82-656(8)(11.3)
Defense (All Games)11.87.818.034:3940-126(3.1)21-4151.0%205(5)81-331(4.1)(28.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.313.620.831:3939-153(4)21-3954.2%248(6.4)78-402(5.2)(16.5)
Defense Road Games13.013.017.033:2037-109(2.9)21-4053.1%227(5.6)78-336(4.3)(25.8)

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games4-1+24-12-337.416.0557.0(6.6)1.214.85.8287.8(3.9)1.6
Home Games3-0+23-01-241.721.0560.3(6.7)1.06.33.0276.0(3.4)2.0
Last 3 Games2-103-02-138.320.0526.0(6.2)1.014.77.7255.3(3.6)2.0
Turf Games3-0+23-01-241.721.0560.3(6.7)1.06.33.0276.0(3.4)2.0
Conference Games1-102-01-129.59.0449.0(5.2)1.022.011.5301.0(4.1)1.5
WASHINGTON - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)37.416.029.429:5652-259(5)24-3371.3%298(8.9)85-557(6.6)(14.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.29.616.123.230:3742-200(4.8)21-3462.7%257(7.5)76-457(6)(15.5)
Offense Home Games41.721.029.029:5456-294(5.2)19-2869.0%266(9.5)84-560(6.7)(13.4)
Defense (All Games)14.85.817.030:0439-141(3.6)17-3449.7%146(4.3)73-288(3.9)(19.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.30.516.421.230:1740-176(4.4)19-3259.7%213(6.7)72-389(5.4)(12.8)
Defense Home Games6.33.018.030:0640-131(3.3)21-4150.4%145(3.5)81-276(3.4)(43.6)
Average power rating of opponents played: OREGON 23.4,  WASHINGTON 34.8
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
OREGON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
8/31/2013NICHOLLS ST66-3W-59.5W66.5O45-50015-26-272037-8725-50-2562
9/7/2013@ VIRGINIA59-10W-26W59.5O40-35015-29-207039-12431-47-1744
9/14/2013TENNESSEE59-14W-28W68O41-21625-35-471038-17815-29-1381
9/28/2013CALIFORNIA55-16W-38.5W81.5U48-26412-26-117251-14921-44-1765
10/5/2013@ COLORADO57-16W-37.5W69O62-34919-34-406336-9412-34-2802
10/12/2013@ WASHINGTON            
10/19/2013WASHINGTON ST            
10/26/2013UCLA            
11/7/2013@ STANFORD            

WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
8/31/2013BOISE ST38-6W-3.5W54U54-26823-31-324142-17129-46-1751
9/14/2013*ILLINOIS34-24W-10.5L61U50-27328-35-342236-13610-26-1911
9/21/2013IDAHO ST56-0W-49W53O53-37021-28-310128-2219-40-1423
9/28/2013ARIZONA31-13W-8.5W60.5U61-24414-25-165149-19914-37-1192
10/5/2013@ STANFORD28-31L9W52.5O40-13933-48-350141-17912-20-1051
10/12/2013OREGON            
10/19/2013@ ARIZONA ST            
10/26/2013CALIFORNIA            
11/9/2013COLORADO            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
OREGON: The Ducks were 12-1 last year with the lone loss coming to Stanford in overtime. When Chip Kelly left, OC Mark Helfrich was promoted and his offense (49.5 PPG, 2nd in FBS; 538 YPG, 5th in FBS) could throw more. Two of the nation's best players return in QB Marcus Mariota (2,677 pass yds, 32 TD, 6 INT; 752 rush yds, 5 TD) and RB De'Anthony Thomas (701 rush yds, 7.6 YPC; 445 rec. yds; 18 total TD). RBs Byron Marshall (447 rush yds, 4 TD) and freshman Thomas Tyner will also share in the nation's No. 3 rushing attack (315 YPG). WR Josh Huff (493 rec. yds, 7 TD) and TE Colt Lyeria (7 total TD) are both polished. Oregon led FBS with 40 takeaways, and brings back DE Taylor Hart (8 sacks) to anchor a stout D-Line and elite CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu (4 INT, 16 PD, 6 FF) to lead the secondary. The linebackers are green though.
WASHINGTON: The Huskies rode the roller coaster in 2012, starting 3-1 by beating Stanford, then losing three straight (by 25.3 PPG), winning four in a row and then closing with two losses by a combined five points. QB Keith Price (2,728 pass yds, 19 TD, 13 INT) regressed after a 33-TD sophomore season, but coach Steve Sarkisian hopes a no-huddle offense will revive his career. He has great weapons at his disposal in RB Bishop Sankey (1,439 rush yds, 16 TD; 249 rec. yds), WR Kasen Williams (878 rec. yds, 6 TD) and TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins (852 rec. yds, 7 TD). Price also has four returning O-Linemen to protect him. A solid defense (357 YPG, 31st in FBS) brings back a fast front seven with DE Josh Shirley (6.5 sacks, 6 FF) and LBs Shaq Thompson (74 tackles, 3 INT), John Timu (91 tackles, 2 INT) and Travis Feeney (76 tackles, 4 sacks, 2 INT). A stifling pass defense (197 YPG, 23rd in FBS) is paced by SS Sean Parker (77 tackles, 2 INT) and CB Marcus Peters (3 INT, 8 PD).
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (OREGON-WASHINGTON) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Oregon-Washington Preview* ===========================

By TAYLOR BECHTOLD STATS Writer

No. 4 Oregon (5-0) at Washington (4-1), 4:00 p.m. EDT

Coach Mark Helfrich isn't concerned that his starters haven't played in many pressure situations heading into what appears to be Oregon's toughest challenge yet.

After a heartbreaking finish against a top-5 opponent, Washington coach Steve Sarkisian hopes his 16th-ranked Huskies can learn from the experience and bounce back in another Pac-12 showdown.

It isn't likely to be easy, as the second-ranked Ducks look to extend the nation's longest road winning streak to 18 games by beating the Huskies for the 10th straight time Saturday.

Behind Heisman Trophy candidate Marcus Mariota, Oregon enjoyed yet another rout in a 57-16 victory at Colorado last Saturday. The Ducks (5-0, 2-0) haven't suffered a road loss since falling 51-42 to Stanford on Nov. 7, 2009.

Mariota accounted for a career-best seven touchdowns, completing 16 of 27 passes for 355 yards and five scores and running for 43 yards and two TDs.

The sophomore is 17-1 as a starter and has thrown at least one touchdown in all 18 games. He connected on 15 of 24 attempts for 198 yards with four scores and one interception in a 52-21 win over visiting Washington last October.

"I think as a unit, we've all gotten better with Marcus," said Bralon Addison, who caught five passes for a career-best 158 yards and two touchdowns against the Buffaloes. "Marcus does some amazing things with his legs and has the arm to complement those legs. It's almost like he's playing a video game out there."

Although Mariota hasn't played a full game, the Ducks have put up at least 55 points in five straight contests for the first time in school history. They rank second nationally with averages of 59.2 points and 630.4 total yards while winning by an average of 47.4 points.

They're not all going to be this easy, though, and the Ducks are heading into the teeth of their schedule with games against Washington (4-1, 1-1), Washington State, No. 11 UCLA and fifth-ranked Stanford upcoming. Helfrich doesn't buy the notion that the Ducks could be in trouble because they haven't experienced a close game.

"I think every time you step on the field is a high-pressure situation," Helfrich said. "I think first-and-10 at the 20 in the first quarter is a high-pressure situation."

While tight end Colt Lyerla has left the team because of personal reasons, Oregon has not given a status for star running back De'Anthony Thomas.

Thomas wore a boot all last week and then on the sidelines against Colorado, though he's been boot-free this week. If the junior isn't able to play, Byron Marshall could get another start after rushing for 122 yards on 23 carries against the Buffaloes.

Washington, one of the few teams that can match Oregon's firepower, looks to move past a tough-to-swallow 31-28 loss at Stanford last Saturday.

On the Huskies' final possession, quarterback Keith Price scrambled and fired a pass to Kevin Smith for what appeared to be a first down before the diving catch was overturned by replay officials. Sarkisian said the Pac-12 affirmed the replay officials' decision on the play, which came on a fourth-and-10 at the Stanford 49 with less than 90 seconds left.

"It's such a drastic change in philosophy when you go from a Stanford to an Oregon, we don't have too long to dwell on Stanford and that ball game," said Sarkisian, whose squad is fifth nationally in total offense with 557.0 yards per game. "We have to learn from it, but we have to get ready for a completely different style in Oregon this week."

Bishop Sankey leads Washington's rushing attack with 732 yards and seven touchdowns. The junior, who ranks fourth nationally with 146.4 yards per game, finished with 104 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries last year at Oregon.

After completing 33 of 48 passes for a season-high 350 yards with two scores and one pick last Saturday, Price can't be happy about seeing the Ducks again. The senior has thrown for 415 yards with three touchdowns and four interceptions in three career meetings.

Though Price appeared to injure the thumb on his throwing hand against the Cardinal, he stayed in and has been participating in practice.

He'll go up against an underrated Oregon defense that has allowed 11.8 points per game - second-fewest in the country.

The Huskies aren't far behind the Ducks, ranking 11th at 14.8 points allowed per contest. They're also 10th in total defense (287.8 ypg), while Oregon sits 21st (331.2).

Washington hasn't won in this matchup since 2003, dropping the last nine meetings by an average of 25.8 points.

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Last Updated: 9/1/2014 10:57:24 PM EST


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