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.
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!