Who leads the Pac-12 in points per game? The answer may surprise you
Pac-12 football boasts some unique, exciting talent on the offensive side of the ball.
Cal’s Jared Goff is one of the elite passers; Oregon’s Royce Freeman can run the ball like no other. Washington State quarterback Luke Faulk seems to score every few seconds; Utah running back Devontae Booker is a threat to win the Heisman. But who leads the conference in points per game?
@ChantelJennings No one guessed this, but, it's Utah K Andy Phillips. He averages 9.5 points per game. Freeman is No. 2 – 9.4 pts/game.Article continues below ...
— Chantel Jennings (@ChantelJennings) October 20, 2015
ESPN.com’s Chantel Jennings points out that the answer may surprise you: None other than Utah place kicker Andy Phillips — who averages 9.5 points per game. Freeman comes next, with 9.4.