UW Receiving Through 11/12

Updated advanced receiving stats after the USC game.

Player             Tgt  Cth  Yard    C%     Y/T
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Aguilar             50   31   466   .620    9.3
Kearse              57   36   429   .632    7.8
Johnson             32   26   330   .813   10.3
Williams            31   25   280   .806    9.0
Smith               16   13   169   .813   10.6
Campbell             3    2     8   .667    2.7

Player             Tgt  Cth  Yard    C%     Y/T
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Seferian-Jenkins    37   26   377   .703   10.2
Hartvigson          13    8    30   .615    2.4
Hudson               1    1     2  1.000    2.0

Player             Tgt  Cth  Yard    C%     Y/T
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Polk                26   25   280   .962   10.8
Callier              6    5    32   .833    5.3
Sankey               5    5    13  1.000    2.6
Tucker               2    2    12  1.000    6.0
Amosa                2    1     7   .500    3.5
Fogerson             2    1     3   .500    1.5

Total              283  207  2438   .731    8.6

A few notes:
– Finally, an incomplete pass to Chris Polk. Polk dropped a ball at the line of scrimmage to end his perfect receiving season.
– A 53-yard touchdown did wonders for Kevin Smith‘s yards per target, now good for second on the team.
– After taking over for the banged-up Keith Price, Nick Montana preferred to check down against the fearsome Trojans blitz. Just five of his 15 passes were thrown to wide receivers. According to the official play-by-play, four had no target at all, two went to Bishop Sankey and a full four were thrown to the busy Michael Hartvigson, accounting for nearly a third of his targets all season.

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