PAC 12 CHAMPIONSHIP

Pac-12 championship, Washington vs. Colorado Live

Pac-12 championship: live stream College Football. Watch PAC 12 Championship Live Online. Watch PAC 12 Championship Washington vs Colorado Live On Friday, Dec. 2, at 9 p.m. ET, Levi’s Stadium, and Live Stream: Watch FOX, The Game Live stream on this link below.

PAC 12 Championship Live Stream

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If the winner of No. 4 Washington Huskies and No. 8 Colorado Buffaloes does not get into the College Football Playoff, it goes to the Rose Bowl. If the winner does get into the CFP, the loser could end up in the Rose Bowl as the next highest ranked Pac-12 team in the last selection committee rankings on Sunday.

The 2016 college football season continues Friday, Dec. 2, as No. 4 Washington meets No. 8 Colorado in the Pac-12 championship game at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The Pac-12 North champion Huskies are 11-1, while the South champion Buffaloes are 10-2. The two teams did not meet during the regular season. Washington quarterback Jake Browning was named the Pac-12’s offensive player of the year. Browning, a sophomore, has thrown for 3,162 yards and a school-record 40 touchdowns with seven interceptions for the fourth-ranked Huskies.

The Washington Huskies came into the 2016 season as a highly touted, and they have lived up to the hype with an 11-1 record, and winning the PAC 12 North. Washington’s perfect season was ruined by the USC Trojans three weeks ago, but they picked themselves up off the ground, dusted themselves off, and claimed back-to-back wins to end the regular season on a high note, defeating Arizona State and rival Washington State. For the Colorado Buffaloes, no one expected this type of season, as they claimed the PAC 12 South

Washington coach Chris Petersen is happy to let others do the politicking and lobbying when it comes to the College Football Playoff.

He believes what the fourth-ranked Huskies do on the field will speak loud enough. Washington has its final chance to state its case Friday night in the Pac-12 championship game against No. 9 Colorado.