1 - The number of non-conference road games OSU has this season.
1 - The number of games UNLV RB Channing Trotter has eclipsed 100-yards on the ground. He accomplished the feat last week versus Sacramento State tallying 102 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries.
1 - The number of non-conference road wins for Oregon State in its last nine tries.
2 - The number of overtime games UNLV won last year.
3 - The number of touchdowns Jacquizz Rodgers scored last weekend - a career high and 27-percent of his 2008 total.
5 - The number of consecutive years a new quarterback has taken the first snap in a season opener for UNLV.
5 - The place UNLV was picked to finish fifth in conference.
95 - UNLV finished its 2008 season having a 95 percent success rate in the red zone to tie with Ohio State for first nationally. The Rebelswrapped up its 2009 season opener with a perfect 5-of-5 mark inside Sacramento State’s 20-yard lines.
18 - The number of first time starters, including five true freshman, that UNLV played last weekend.
20 - Including the UNLV game the number of consecutive Oregon State games that have been on live television.
24 - UNLV hosts No. 24 Oregon State at Sam Boyd Stadium on Sept. 12. The last time the Rebels beat a ranked opponent at home was in 1984
49 - The number of catches UNLV WR Ryan Wolfe needs to pass SDSU WR J.R. Tolver’s career record of 262 catches (1999-2002).
99 - The number of passing yards Sacramento State finished with. The first time the UNLV defense held an opponent under 100 yards through the air since Air Force got just 96 on Oct. 15, 2005.
100 - Saturday’s game marks Mike Riley’s 100th game as a Beaver.
209 - The number of points Oregon State has cored in the first quarter over the last 41 games, 141 more points then their opponents.
226 - The number of turnovers the Orange and Black defense has forced since 2001, the seventh most out of FBS schools.
302 - The number of yards the Rodgers brothers combined for last weekend (Jacquizz (135) and James (167)).
833 - The number of yards UNLV WR Ryan Wolfe is away from breaking the Mountain West Conferences' all-time receiving record of 3,634 set by CSU’s David Anderson in 2002-05.
2,000 - The number of feet above sea level that Las Vegas is.
2000 - The last year UNLV played in a bowl game.
2002 - The last year that Oregon State won its first road game of the year.