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Cougs by the numbers
1.5 - The number of tackles-for-loss Travis Long needs to move in WSU's career top-10 for tackles-for-loss (Long has 29). 3.5 - The number of sacks Long needs to move into WSU's career top-10 for sacks (Long has 11). 4 - The number of career starts by Chester Sua, the expected starting WIL at BYU. 4 - The number of career interceptions by cornerback Damante Horton, all four of which came in consecutive weeks in 2011 and in his first four career starts. 5 - The number of consecutive regular season wins for the Cougs when on ESPN. 6 - The number of Cougar defenders who could log their first career WSU start on Thursday -- DL Steven Hoffart, DL Ioane Gauta, DL Matthew Bock, LB Darryl Monroe, LB Eric Oertel, S Taylor Taliulu. 7 - The number of wins all-time for WSU when playing on an ESPN network (7-5). 7 - The number of career catches by sophomore wideout Isiah Myers entering the 2012 season. 8 - The number of career catches by senior wideout Andrei Lintz entering the 2012 season. 12.5 - The number of points BYU is favored by over Washington State in much of Las Vegas. (The MGM's line sits at 11.5 as of late Wednesday afternoon) 24 - The number wins by WSU against unranked nonconference opponents since 2001 (24-8). 24 - The number of wins all-time by a Cougar coach in his first game at WSU (24-6-1) 25 - The number of career passing touchdowns by Jeff Tuel entering the 2012 season, No. 10 all-time at WSU. 59.5 - Tuel's career passing completion rate, No. 2 all-time at WSU behind Timm Rosenbach (60.2). 65 - The over-under on points scored set by Las Vegas. (The range ran from 61-66 late Wednesday afternoon). 294.4 - The average weight of WSU's expected starting offensive line (John Fullington ; Wade Jacobson ; Elliott Bosch ; Jake Rodgers ; Dan Spitz ). 2006 - When WSU last played on ESPN or an ESPN network. 2,394 - The number of career receiving yards amassed by Marquess Wilson in his first two seasons -- pegging him as the Pac-12 Conference's active career leader in receiving yards and No. 47 all-time in Pac-12 history.
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