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2019 Stanford Football Recreation: Week 4 preview vs. Arizona State

The Sun Devils and Cardinal enter the contest with identical 2-0 records

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: DEC 28 Alamo Bowl - Stanford v TCU Photo by Ken Murray/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Week 3 matchup against a triple-option Army team is in the rear-view mirror after escaping in overtime in New York. Stanford improved to 2-0 and saw quarterback K.J. Costello take control of the offense for all but one drive that consisted of a three-and-out with all run plays led by Davis Mills.

This week, they’re kick off Pac-12 play with a showdown against Arizona State and their true freshman quarterback Jayden Daniels.

ASU currently has the nation’s 17th-best passing offense as they average 271.0 yards per game while Stanford’s offense is averaging the country’s 8th-highest points per game mark at 41.5.

You can be sure that there will be fireworks in this one, so let’s take a look at where we stand statistically through three weeks, two games of action.

Passing Stats:

Rushing Stats:

Receiving Stats:

Defensive Stats:

It’s arguably the biggest game of the weekend approaching in Week 4, so be prepared for much more as we get closer to Saturday!