14—points scored by post player Domantas Sabonis. The freshman is second on the team in scoring with 12 points per game and leads the team in rebounding with 6.7 boards per game. This was the fifth different game in which Gonzaga had a different leading scorer.
Four—the minimal number of rebounds for each Gonzaga starter.
One—number of Gonzaga starters who failed to score in double figures. That one starter was Kyle Wiltjer. Wiltjer poured in 32 against Georgia in the semi-final.
Five—points by freshman guard Silas Melson. Melson was forced into burning his redshirt after Josh Perkins suffered a broken jaw. The guard played in 11 minutes and showed promise.
Seven—the number of incomplete passes by Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. Wilson was 15 of 22 on his passes and is 32 of 44 in terms of passes completed and attempted over his past two games.
Two—the number of interceptions thrown by 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The Niners QB has thrown eight interceptions against Seattle dating back to the beginning of last season. He’s only tossed two touchdowns during that span.
102—the number of receiving yards by Seahawks tight ends Tony Moeaki and Luke Willson. The duo combined for five catches.
28—the number of rushing yards by Niners running back Frank Gore. Gore has 42 yards on 21 carries in his last two games against the Seahawks.
Four—the number of sacks by the Seahawks. Seattle’s pass rush continues to get back on track, and may well be back. Kaepernick was also hit five times.
All stats courtesy of http://www.pro-football-reference.com/ unless otherwise noted.
Four—number of players who scored 17 or more points. These players included Kyle Wiltjer and Byron Wesley as well as Angel Nunez and Domantas Sabonis.
Combined points by point guards Kevin Pangos and Josh Perkins. However, the duo combined for 14 assists.
41.2—the percentage of three pointers made by GU.
Seven—number of field goals missed by Wiltjer, Wesley, Nunez and Sabonis. The four combined for 82 points and outscored St. Thomas Aquinas by 27 by themselves.
24—points by senior Angel Nunez, easily a career high.