Friday, September 30, 2016
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The Stanford Cardinal take on the Washington Huskies on Friday, September 30, 2016 at Husky Stadium. The opening line for this game has Washington as 3.5 point favorites. This season the Cardinal are 3-0-0 against the spread and their over/under record is 0-3-0. The Huskies have an over/under record of 3-1-0 and they are 2-2-0 against the spread.
Ryan Burns finished with 137 yards through the air for Stanford last week. He completed 13 passes out of 25 attempts for a 52% completion percentage. The Cardinal were led in rushing by Christian McCaffrey, who finished with 138 yards on 26 rushes. He ended the contest with an average of 5 yards per carry. Trenton Irwin was the team leader in receiving with a total of 81 yards and 7 receptions. He finished the game with an average of 12 yards per reception. As a team in that game Stanford got a total of 20 first downs. Of those first downs, 9 came on the ground while 9 came through the air. They ran 65 total plays for 350 yards for the game. The Cardinal ran for 207 yards on 37 attempts.
Jake Browning finished with 160 yards passing for Washington last week. He went 14 for 21, resulting in a 67% completion percentage. The Huskies were led on the ground by Lavon Coleman, who finished with 181 yards on 11 carries. He ended the game with an average of 16 yards per rush. Chico McClatcher led the team in receiving with 72 yards and 2 catches. He finished the game with an average of 36 yards per reception. Washington had 24 first downs total. 16 came from running the ball and 7 came from a pass. They ran 72 total plays for 512 yards for the contest. The Huskies ran for 352 yards on 51 carries as a team.
Stanford scores 25 points per game on offense this season, which ranks 96th in Division 1. In the passing department, they average 12.7 passes on 20.7 attempts for a 61.3 percent completion percentage this season. They throw for a total of 139.7 yards per game through the air as well, which ranks them 122nd in college football. The Cardinal run for an average of 202.3 yards per game on 38 attempts for an average of 5.3 yards per carry. That ranks them 45th in the nation. They also run 58.7 plays per contest and average 5.8 yards per play for an average of 342 yards per game, ranking their offense 109th overall this season. The Cardinal average 16.7 first downs per game which ranks them 117th in the country. They accumulate 32 penalty yards per game via 4.3 penalties, which ranks 122nd in the nation.
Stanford allows 242.3 passing yards per game, ranking 77th in D-1, and they allow 12 points per contest on defense, which ranks 8th. They give up 20 completions on 34.3 attempts per game for a completion percentage of 58.3. The Cardinal allow 95.3 rushing yards per game on 30.3 carries for an average of 3.1 yards per carry, which ranks their rush defense 17th in the country. Stanford allows 337.7 total yards per game including 5.2 yards per play, which ranks their overall defense 32nd in terms of yards per game. They force 1.3 turnovers per contest and get flagged for 7 penalties for 48.3 yards per game, ranking them 41st among D-1 teams.
Washington averages 45.8 points per game this season on offense, which ranks them 10th in the country. In the passing department, they complete 18.8 passes per game on 26.3 attempts for a 71.4 percent completion percentage. They throw for 249.8 yards through the air per game, ranking them 51st in Division 1. The Huskies run for an average of 189.5 yards per game on 36.3 attempts for an average of 5.2 yards per carry this season, which ranks them 53rd on the ground. They also run 62.5 plays per game and average 7 yards per play for a total of 439.3 yards per game, ranking them 58th in the country on offense. The Huskies get an average of 22.8 first downs per game, which ranks 53rd in the nation. They average 31.3 penalty yards per game via 3 penalties, ranking them 123rd in college football.
Washington allows an average of 175.3 passing yards yards per game, which ranks 22nd in Division 1. Their defense overall allows 14.5 points per contest, which has them ranked 15th in the nation. They give up 19.3 completions on 31.5 attempts for a completion percentage of 61.1 per game. The Huskies allow 145.3 rushing yards per contest on 42.5 carries for a 3.4 average per rush, ranking their overall rush defense 55th in the country. Washington allows 320.5 total yards per game for an average of 4.3 yards per play, which ranks 26th in D-1. They force 3.3 turnovers per contest and 2.3 penalties for 21.3 yards in each contest, ranking 1st in the nation.
Stanford Betting Trends
Stanford is 0-3-0 against the over/under this season
Stanford has an ATS record of 3-0-0 this season
Washington Betting Trends
Washington is 3-1-0 against the over/under this season
Washington has an ATS record of 2-2-0 this season
Injuries to Watch
No key injuries to report
08/27/16 LB Sean Constantine Ankle out for season
Guy's Pick: Take Stanford
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