There are some pretty impressive stats coming from 2016’s version of the Territorial Cup. Most of them came from the Arizona Wildcats.
Yards rushing by Arizona’s offense. This sets a school record for rushing yards in a single game. It is also the most rushing yards allowed by ASU in a single game. This comes from a team who had a supposed solid run defense.
Yards per rushing attempt. This pretty much set the tone for the game.
Arizona’s red zone attempts. Arizona walked away with 100% red zone completion percentage and every single possession ended with a rushing touchdown.
Number for takeaways for Arizona’s defense. The ‘Cats won the turnover battle 2-to-1. DaVonte’ Neal had a nice diving interception and Sani Fuimaono quickly jumped on a fumble by ASU quarterback Manny Wilkins.
Points off of turnovers for Arizona. The ‘Cats capitalized on their takeaways, turning them into seven points both times.
Number of sacks Arizona’s offensive line gave up. Granted Brandon Dawkins dropped back only eight times, but that still shows that the O-Line was playing as a cohesive unit.