Pac-12 Football Preview: Week 15 (Conference Championship Weekend)

Before the games kickoff we’ll let you know where your favorite Pac-12 teams are playing that week and also rank all the games taking place. We categorize by Game of the Week, Games you’re watching anyway and Alumni/Friends and Family mainly interested.

Can Kevin Hogan and 7 Stanford repeat as conference champions by winning at 11 Arizona State in the 2013 PAC-12 Championship Game? Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports

All times are pacific. Rankings are from BCS standings

Pac-12 Game of the Week

Who: Arizona Wildcats (7-4, 4-4 PAC-12) @ 12 Arizona State Sun Devils (9-2, 7-1 PAC-12)
What: PAC-12 Conference Championship Game
When: December 7, 4:45 pm
Where: Sun Devil Stadium/Tempe, Arizona
Why: Winner goes to the Rose Bowl
TV: ESPN (Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge and Holly Rowe)

Game Information -

  • Series Record: Arizona State leads 16-12
  • Last Meeting: September 21, 2013 with Stanford winning 42-28
  • Last Arizona State win over Stanford: 2008 which the Sun Devils won 41-27 in Tempe
  • ASU has their first 10-win season since 1996 when they were 11-1 and last went to the Rose Bowl
  • Stanford defeated UCLA 27-24 last season in the PAC-12 title game in Palo Alto

PAC-12 Championship Game History -

Dec. 2, 2011:       UCLA 21 @ Oregon 49; Autzen Stadium/Eugene, Oregon
Nov. 30, 2012:    UCLA 24 @ Stanford 27; Stanford Stadium/Palo Alto, California

Mike’s Picks              

Season Record: 68-23
Last Week: 5-1 (Correct: Washington, Oregon, Utah, Stanford, Arizona State; Missed: USC)

Saturday, December 7:

  • 7 Stanford 27 @ 11 Arizona State 20

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Topics: Arizona State Sun Devils, Kevin Hogan, Oregon Ducks, Stanford Cardinal

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  • conoclast

    My my—Arizona’s playing in the Pac12 championship game, eh? That’s a pretty flagrant screw-up, even for a baseball player. (editor’s fault, huh?)