Five of Watt's pass deflections have been picked off, with four of them leading to scores.
What does PD stand for?
PD stands for Pass Deflection (football statistics)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
When Oregon is on offense, take your eyes off the Ducks and watch number 7, ASU's all-American linebacker, Vontaze Burfict, a 6-3, 252-pound junior who has made 29 tackles (five for loss), four sacks, one interception, three pass breakups and four pass deflections.
Whether it was a steal or a pass deflection on defense or a crucial layup or timely 3-pointer on offense, all the little things from Woo added up to a big performance when Flintridge Prep (13-4, 4-0) needed it most.
Brian Publicover had a pass deflection and three tackles.
Wooton, who carried the scoring load for Chatsworth in Jackson's absence, added 17 points, eight rebounds, eight assists, seven steals and 14 pass deflections against Saugus (3-8), which committed 26 turnovers.
If it comes down to the last second, the edge might go to Oregon State, which won four games this season at or near the end - an interception on the final play to seal a 17-10 victory over Arizona, a two-point conversion pass deflection with seven seconds left to defeat USC 33-31, a blocked field goal with 20 seconds remaing to beat Oregon 30-28 and taking a safety and successfully covering the ensuing kickoff in the final nine seconds to preserve a 35-32 win over Hawaii.
Why, your may ask, should a player even consider a pass deflection at this time?