Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE
The numbers that mattered were 43-21, but several others came together to formulate ASU's humbling loss.
Let's take a look at the key numbers from last night's 43-21 loss to the Oregon Ducks.
1 - Conferences losses by ASU this year. Despite the embarrassing loss, the Sun Devils remain tied atop the Pac-12 South just a single conference loss.
2 - Number of plays by Will Sutton before his knee injury that sidelined for the game and likely longer.
22 - After Chris Coyle had seven catches against Oregon, he now has 35 on the year. He just needs 22 over the final five games (six with a bowl) to break the school's tight end record, currently held by Zach Miller.
29 - Total yards from scrimmage by Oregon's De'Anthony Thomas (25 rushing, four receiving). So there's that.
48 - Passing yards by Oregon, the fewest ASU has allowed in conference plays since 1996, and the lowest against any opponent since Idaho State's 42. However, the Ducks didn't need any yards through the air as they were gashing the Devils on the ground.
49 - Seconds into the game it took before the Sun Devils took a 7-0 lead on Kelly's 28-yard pass to Kevin Ozier. That duo connected on the first play after Sutton's forced fumble was recovered by Davon Coleman.
86 - Distance of Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota's touchdown run, the longest in school history by a quarterback.
95.1 - Passer rating of Taylor Kelly. Coming into the game, he held the nation's third-highest rating at 176.0.
100% - Difference in the effectiveness of each team's redzone offense. Oregon was a perfect four for four, while ASU failed to score on any of their three trips inside the Duck 20-yard line.
102 - Passing attempts between interceptions by Taylor Kelly, who hadn't tossed one since the fourth quarter in Week 3 against Missouri.
199 - Rushing yards by Oregon in the first quarter, 130 by Kenjon Barner.
406 - Rushing yards by Oregon, a staggering total.
71,004 - Attendance on Thursday, just shy of the sellout mark of 71,706.