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SWX's And O's: Washington State Vs. California

BERKELEY, Calif. -

Here are six things you need to know about Washington State's matchup with University of California-Berkeley on Saturday:

1. 3

That's how many ranked teams the Bears have played in their first four games (vs. No. 22 Northwestern, vs. No. 4 Ohio State, @ No. 2 Oregon). They lost all three by a combined score of 151-80, so while they haven't been shut down, they haven't been able to stop anyone either. Even in their win over Portland State, they let the FCS Viks go for 30 and rack up over 550 total yards.

2. 373

Average passing yards per game from the California offense, fourth in the country. WSU isn't too far behind at No. 13 with an average of 327.4 yards per game through the air. Cal true freshman QB Jared Goff is on pace for over 3,950 yards in a 12-game season.

3. 45.3

Average points per game allwed by the Bears defense. That's not good. 124th in the country.

4. 3.0

Yards per carry on 166 rushing attempts for California. The Cougs are online slightly better at at 3.4.

5. 25-44-5

All time record of WSU vs. California, in Cal's favor. WSU's last win came in 2002 when they won at Berkeley 48-38. Cal beat WSU last year 31-17.

6. 9

Cougars with at least receptions. Only one (Gabe Marks) has more thean 19, meaning eight have between 10-19.

California hosts Washington State at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, Calif., at 1:00 p.m.

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