By the numbers: Wazzu vs. SDSU

WHAT'S THE LINE for the WSU-SDSU matchup now? How big of a day does Jared Karstetter need to set a school record? Just how ridiculous is Marshall Lobbestael's QB rating? The answers to those questions plus many more numbers, facts, figures and stats.

1 – The national rank of Washington State in scoring this season (61.5 ppg)

2 – The number of plays it took for SDSU to score their first touchdown last week against Army.

2 – The number of career interception returns for touchdown by WSU linebacker Alex Hoffman-Ellis.

5 – The points San Diego State is favored by as of Friday morning.

7—The points SDSU was favored by when the line opened.

8 – The number of catches Jared Karstetter needs to surpass former CougGreat WR, and current Wazzu WRs coach, Mike Levenseller, for 10th place on all-time receptions list at WSU.

11 – The number of WSU receivers who have caught passes this season.

16 – The number of wins, out of 19 tries, Washington State has posted against Mountain West Conference teams.

23 – The number of points scored by SDSU last week vs. Army.

24 – The number of wins since 2001 that WSU has against unranked non-conference opponents (24-7).

25 – The number of stations where you can listen to the game if you can't find access to DirecTV.

32 -- The number of first downs Wazzu logged last week against UNLV.

71 – The number of offensive plays the Cougars ran against ISU.

74.5 – Marshall Lobbestael's completion percentage through two games, (38-51, 591, 7 TDs)

77 – The number of offensive plays the Cougars ran against UNLV.

80 -- The number of hashes Rickey Galvin had last week, on five carries.

158 – the number of total offensive yards Washington State allowed UNLV last week.

217.5 – Marshall Lobbestael's QB rating through the first two games.

292 – The number of total offensive yards SDSU posted against Army last week.

500 – The number of program wins the Cougs will have if they win Saturday against SDSU.

576 – The number of questions this week about whether the game is on TV.

610 – WSU's total offensive yards last week against UNLV.

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