Offensive output by class: North Division

May, 7, 2014
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There's plenty of optimism surrounding the Pac-12 headed into the 2014, and much of that has to do with the 10 starting quarterbacks who will be back next season. But it's not just quarterbacks -- there's a lot of productive players coming back, many of whom were underclassmen a year ago.

Here's an offensive production breakdown by class in 2013 for the North Division. Posts for the South and defensive will follow.

California

Passing yards: 3,997
Freshmen: 3,951 (99.3 percent)
Sophomores: -1
Juniors: 16 (0.4 percent)
Seniors: 10 (0.3 percent)

Receiving yards: 3,997
Freshmen: 556 (14.0 percent)
Sophomores: 2,164 (54.4 percent)
Juniors: 1,057 (26.6 percent)
Seniors: 200 (5.0 percent)

Rushing yards: 1,466
Freshmen: 584 (39.9 percent)
Sophomores: 456 (36.0 percent)
Juniors: 441 (33.8 percent)
Seniors: 7 (0.5 percent)

Touchdowns: 32
Freshmen: 12 (37.5 percent)
Sophomores: 12 (37.5 percent)
Juniors: 7 (21.9 percent)
Seniors: 1 (3.1 percent)


Oregon


Passing yards: 3,789
Freshmen: 124 (3.3 percent)
Sophomores: 3,665 (96.7 percent)
Juniors: 0
Seniors: 0

Receiving yards: 3,789
Freshmen: 584 (15.4 percent)
Sophomores: 1,181 (30.1 percent)
Juniors: 525 (13.6 percent)
Seniors: 1,499 (39.6 percent)

Rushing yards: 3,566
Freshmen: 825 (23.1 percent)
Sophomores: 1,840 (51.6 percent)
Juniors: 868 (24.3 percent)
Seniors: 33 (0.9 percent)

Touchdowns: 81
Freshmen: 14 (17.3 percent)
Sophomores: 35 (43.2 percent)
Juniors: 16 (19.8 percent)
Seniors: 16 (19.8 percent)


Oregon State

Passing yards: 4,844
Freshmen: 0
Sophomores: 0
Juniors: 4,668 (96.4 percent)
Seniors: 176 (3.6 percent)

Receiving yards: 4,844
Freshmen: 144 (2.9 percent)
Sophomores: 1,730 (35.7 percent)
Juniors: 2,538 (52.4 percent)
Seniors: 432 (8.9 percent)

Rushing yards: 1,227
Freshmen: 239 (19.5 percent)
Sophomores: 477 (38.9 percent)
Juniors: 531 (43.3 percent)
Seniors: minus-2

Touchdowns: 59
Freshmen: 3 (5.1 percent)
Sophomores: 16 (27.1 percent)
Juniors: 34 (57.6 percent)
Seniors: 6 (10.2 percent)


Stanford

Passing yards: 2,771
Freshmen: 0
Sophomores: 2,771 (100 percent)
Juniors: 0
Seniors: 0

Receiving yards: 2,771
Freshmen: 507 (18.3 percent)
Sophomores: 1,013 (36.6 percent)
Juniors: 1,074 (38.8 percent)
Seniors: 177 (6.4 percent)

Rushing yards: 2,904
Freshmen: 95 (3.3 percent)
Sophomores: 564 (19.4 percent)
Juniors: 193 (6.6 percent)
Seniors: 2,070 (71.3 percent)

Touchdowns: 56
Freshmen: 5 (8.9 percent)
Sophomores: 11 (19.6 percent)
Juniors: 15 (26.8 percent)
Seniors: 25 (44.6 percent)


Washington

Passing yards: 3,384
Freshmen: 418 (12.4 percent)
Sophomores: 0
Juniors: 0
Seniors: 2,966 (87.6 percent)

Receiving yards: 3,384
Freshmen: 472 (13.9 percent)
Sophomores: 885 (26.1 percent)
Juniors: 1,262 (37.3 percent)
Seniors: 765 (20.8 percent)

Rushing yards: 3,107
Freshmen: 628 (20.2 percent)
Sophomores: 17 (0.5 percent)
Juniors: 2,358 (75.9 percent)
Seniors: 129 (5.1 percent)

Touchdowns: 64
Freshmen: 8 (12.5 percent)
Sophomores: 10 (15.6 percent)
Juniors: 36 (56.3 percent)
Seniors: 10 (15.6 percent)


Washington State

Passing yards: 4,784
Freshmen: 187 (3.9 percent)
Sophomores: 0
Juniors: 4,597 (96.1 percent)
Seniors: 0

Receiving yards: 4,784
Freshmen: 620 (13.0 percent)
Sophomores: 1,675 (35.0 percent)
Juniors: 2,448 (51.2 percent)
Seniors: 41 (0.9 percent)

Rushing yards: 694
Freshmen: 20 (2.9 percent)
Sophomores: 428 (61.7 percent)
Juniors: 271 (39.0 percent)
Seniors: 0

Touchdowns: 51
Freshmen: 3 (5.9 percent)
Sophomores: 23 (45.1)
Juniors: 21 (41.2 percent)
Seniors: 4 (7.8 percent)

* Rushing totals include team rushing yards, which are not accounted for in class breakdowns.

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