Oregon is currently the 12th ranked team in the nation in the AP Poll and boasts one of the top defenses in the country.
Washington is coming off an impressive late night road victory over the Arizona Wildcats, which has renewed their confidence.
Here are some numbers of interest in this rivalry showdown at Husky Stadium…..
10 – Washington head coach Chris Petersen has guided the Huskies to three consecutive 10+ win seasons over the past three years.
9 – Washington has only lost 9 games at home since re-opening Husky Stadium. Their overall home record during that time is 37-9.
8 – The Oregon Ducks defense is currently holding opposing offenses to only 8.7 points per game.
7– Oregon senior quarterback Justin Herbert ranks tied for 7th nationally with 17 passing TDs, including 13 in the red zone.
6 – During first quarters this season, the Husky defense has only given up 6 total points.
5 – The Husky defense has recovered 5 fumbles on the season for a total of 74 yards.
4 – Washington sophomore placekicker Peyton Henry is 4 for 4 on field goals between the 30-39 yard range this season.
3 – The Ducks are off to their first 3-0 start in Pac-12 Conference play since the 2013 season.
2 – Oregon’s defense has only given up 2 touchdowns this season in the red zone. Opposing offenses are 2 for 14 in the red zone.
1 – Ducks senior quarterback Justin Herbert has just 1 interception over his last 322 pass attempts in Pac-12 road games.
0 – Washington opponents have 0 fumble returns against the Huskies the entire season.
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