Total offense 3. Oregon, 672.0 yards per game
4. Washington, 603.5
T5. UCLA, 575.5
9. California, 556.0
T17. Utah, 539
27. Oregon State, 508.7
29. Arizona State, 495.5
Note: As you will see below, Pac-12 teams are humming on both sides of the ball, though the ultimate measure will be Pac-12 play.
Rushing offense 4. Oregon, 355.3 yards per game
6. Arizona, 322.3
14. UCLA, 277.5
16. Washington, 270.5
Passing offense 1. California, Oregon State, 438.7 yards per game
6. Colorado, 370.5
8. Arizona State, 358.5
12. Washington, 333.0
17. Washington State, 323.0
18. Oregon, 316.7
Note: A pretty random number upon which to be tied atop the national rankings for the Bears and Beavers, eh? Funny that Cal is using a true freshman QB in Jared Goff, while Oregon State had one of the nation's most talked about preseason QB competitions. And pretty good balance so far for Oregon and Washington.
Pass efficiency defense 4. Washington State
18. Arizona State
Note: Some teams that are not surprising to see, such as Stanford and Oregon. And some that are, such as Arizona, Washington State and Colorado. Will be interesting to see which units maintain their numbers in conference play.
Note: USC's Marqise Lee is at No. 71 with 73.7 yards per game, but there were hints last weekend he might be on his way to moving up.
Random thoughts: Turnover margin is often viewed as a number that adjusts to the mean, but not for the turnover-causing Ducks. They are No. 3 in the nation (plus-7) at present after leading last season ... Stanford is No. 2 (.692), Washington No. 3 (.677) and UCLA No. 11 (.593) in third-down conversion percentage.