It all adds up

Fresh off calling that dominating victory against Oregon State, the Dawgman.com Super Computer, nested deep in the heart of the Washington campus,has crunched all the numbers to find a Husky sweep of the state of Oregon looms on Saturday. <br><br> Would things be any sweeter than this?

That's right Dawg faithful, it could be safe to start thinking about a bowl game, because the numbers point to a sixth victory waiting in Eugene before the Apple Cup, Nov. 23.

Why will Duck fans be left crying? The Dawgman.com Super Computer points out:

- Zero times in history that Washington has lost to Oregon in a year ending in a "2". The Huskies are 6-0-3 going back to 1912's 30-14 spanking. Just go ask the two old guys at the U-district barber shop. They'll tell you the '12 game wasn't even as close as the score.

- Nine of sixteen times the Huskies have gambled on fourth down...they've succeeded.

- Sixteen of 22 field goals made by John Anderson.

- Twenty-five straight years Washington football teams have won at least six games.

- Fifty-six is the number of all-time victories Washington has against Oregon. The Ducks only have emerged with 33 victories and both teams tied five times. That leaves Washington with an all-time head-to-head winning percentage of .622.

- Sixty-nine more first downs this season for the UW offense.

- Seventy-five total tackles for Marquis Cooper, and to be fair, Ben Mahdavi has 74 and counting.

- Eighty-eight points scored by Washington in the fourth quarter so far. Dawg defenders have held the opposition to 58 points in the final period.

- 303 points scored by Washington this season; opponents have only scored 268.

- 439 more points Washington has scored than Oregon in the all-time match-up.

- 694 more yards in total offense so far for the Husky offense.

- 1,023 receiving yards and counting for Reggie Williams. RW has taken eight passes into the end zone and is rumored to love Duck hunting.

- 3,502 passing yards and counting for Cody Pickett. Cody's completion percentage stands at 60.1, with 21 TDs in the air and a QB rating of 133.72.

Folks laughed when these numbers were crunched before the OSU game and look what happened. If you saw our super computer, you would laugh, too, but it sure did the trick against the pesky Beavers.

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