Recap of the final Pac-12 football weekend w/ Oregon punching its ticket to play Washington in Vegas

In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods are back in studio recapping the very last Pac-12 regular season football weekend, not just for the season but unfortunately forever. We knew Washington had locked up the No. 1 seed for the Pac-12 Championship game but we didn’t know who the Huskies would face. Now we do thanks to Oregon’s beatdown of Oregon State in what could be the final game formerly known as the Civil War for the foreseeable future.

Meanwhile the Huskies kept their playoff hopes alive with a narrow win in the Apple Cup over Washington State (luckily, that game is set to continue for at least the next five years). Arizona still had a shot at a conference championship until the Ducks took care of business, but that did not deter the Wildcats who absolutely dominated ASU in the Territorial Cup.

A beat up Utah squad survived an upset bit from a beat up Colorado squad, Cal came into the Rose Bowl and gave the UCLA administration more to think about when it comes to keeping Chip Kelly into the Big Ten era plus Stanford got embarrassed by Notre Dame on the very last Pac-12 Network football broadcast.

As usual Ryan and Dave end the podcast answering listener emails and questions from the YouTube chat.

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Week 13 Totals: Ryan (4-2), David (1-5)

Season Totals: Ryan (44-37-1), David (47-34-1)

Power Rankings

  1. Oregon
  2. Washington
  3. Arizona
  4. Oregon State
  5. Utah 
  6. USC
  7. California
  8. UCLA
  9. Washington State
  10. Arizona State
  11. Colorado
  12. Stanford

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