Dawgs vs. Broncos: By The Numbers

The Washington Huskies will face off against a team this Saturday afternoon, that averages 36.8 points per game on offense this season.

Boise State is currently on a six-game winning streak and won the Mountain West Championship with a 31-10 victory over the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors.

Washington is coming off a convincing 31-13 home victory against the Washington State Cougars, after suffocating them with their defense.

Here are some numbers of interest in this Las Vegas Bowl matchup showdown at Sam Boyd Stadium…..

10 – Washington is heading to a bowl for the 10th straight season, the longest current streak among Pac-12 programs.

9 – Boise State converted 9 4th down conversions out of 15 attempts this season.

8 – The Broncos have posted 8 come-from-behind wins this season, tied with Memphis for the most in FBS.

7– Boise State has 7 wins over bowl-eligible teams this season, tied with Georgia for the fourth-most nationally .

6 – Washington opponents are averaging 6.4 passing yards per game this season.

5 – The Huskies offense is averaging 5.9 yards per play on offense this season.

4 – Boise State has a perfect 4-0 record in the Las Vegas Bowl throughout their program history.

3 – Washington opponents are averaging 3.8 rushing yards per game this season.

2 – The Huskies have appeared in the Las Vegas Bowl twice throughout their program history, which includes this game.

1 – Washington head coach Chris Petersen has 1 game left in his coaching career, which is this bowl game matchup.

0 – The Broncos had 0 losses this season in Mountain West Conference play with a record of 8-0.


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