Stanford vs Washington Football Schedule: Odds and Point Spread, Date, Time, TV Coverage, Preview, College Football Saturday Week 5

The Standford Cardinal take on the Washington Huskies in one of the college football games on Friday, September 30, 2016 start time at 9:00 PM ET, at Husky Stadium, Seattle, Washington.

The Standford Cardinal (3-0) defeated the UCLA Bruins, 22-13, last week. Ryan Burns completed 13 of 25 passes for 137 yards and a touchdown. In rushing, Christian McCaffrey ran for 138 yards in 26 attempts while Bryce Love added 51 yards in five attempts. In receiving, Trenton Irwin posted 81 yards in seven receptions while JJ Arcega-Whiteside added 29 yards and a touchdown in three catches.

Offensively, Stanford football is averaging 137.3 yards in passing and 204.7 yards in rushing. Defensively, Stanford football is yielding 242.3 yards in passing and 95.3 yards in rushing against the opposing teams.

The Washington Huskies (4-0) defeated the Arizona Wildcats, 35-28, last week. Jake Browning completed 14 of 21 passes for 160 yards and two touchdowns. In rushing, Lavon Coleman posted 181 yards and a touchdown in 11 carries while Myles Gaskin added 85 yards in 24 attempts. John Ross added 32 yards and a touchdown. In receiving, Chico McClatcher had 72 yards in two receptions while Dante Pettis added 39 yards and a touchdown in three catches. Ross complimented for 28 yards and a touchdown.

Offensively, Washington football is averaging 249.8 yards in passing and 195.5 yards in rushing. Defensively, Washington football is yielding 175.3 yards in passing and 145.5 yards in rushing against the opposing teams.

Standford vs Washington football game schedule:

Date: September 30, 2016
Start Time: 9:00 PM ET
TV Channel Schedule: ESPN
Live Stream: WatchESPN
Odds and Point Spread: -3.5 Washington, 44.0 O/U

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