COLLEGE FOOTBALL RECORDS

Pacific Twelve Conference
The Pacific Twelve was known as the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC, 1915–1959), Athletic Association of Western Universities (AAWU, 1959–68), Pacific-8 (1968–78), and Pacific-10 (1978–2011)
1916 Washington (3-0-1)
1917 Washington (3-0)
1918 California (3-0)
1919 Oregon (2-1), Washington (2-1)
1920 California (3-0)
1921 California (5-0)
1922 California (3-0)
1923 California (5-0)
1924 Stanford (3-0-1)
1925 Washington (5-0)
1926 Stanford (4-0)
1927 Southern California (4-0-1), Stanford (4-0-1)
1928 Southern California (4-0-1)
1929 Southern California (6-1)
1930 Washington State (6-0)
1931 Southern California (7-0)
1932 Southern California (6-0)
1933 Oregon (4-1), Stanford (4-1)
1934 Stanford (5-0)
1935 California (4-1), Stanford (4-1), UCLA (4-1)
1936 Washington (6-0-1)
1937 California (6-0-1)
1938 Southern California (6-1), California (6-1)
1939 Southern California (5-0-2), UCLA (5-0-3)
1940 Stanford (7-0)
1941 Oregon State (7-2)
1942 UCLA (6-1)
1943 Southern California (4-0)
1944 Southern California (3-0-2)
1945 Southern California (6-0)
1946 UCLA (7-0)
1947 Southern California (6-0)
1948 California (6-0), Oregon (6-0)
1949 California (7-0)
1950 California (5-0-1)
1951 Stanford (6-1)
1952 Southern California (6-0)
1953 UCLA (6-1)
1954 UCLA (6-0)
1955 UCLA (6-0)
1956 Oregon State (6-1-1)
1957 Oregon (6-2), Oregon State (6-2)
1958 California (6-1)
1959 Washington (3-1), Southern California (3-1), UCLA (3-1)
1960 Washington (4-0)
1961 UCLA (3-1)
1962 Southern California (4-0)
1963 Washington (4-1)
1964 Oregon St. (3-1), Southern California (3-1)
1965 UCLA (4-0)
1966 Southern California (4-1)
1967 Southern California (6-1)
1968 Southern California (6-0)
1969 Southern California (6-0)
1970 Stanford (6-1)
1971 Stanford (6-1)
1972 Southern California (7-0)
1973 Southern California (7-0)
1974 Southern California (6-0-1)
1975 UCLA (6-1), California (6-1)
1976 Southern California (7-0)
1977 Washington (6-1)
1978 Southern California (6-1)
1979 Southern California (6-0-1)
1980 Washington (6-1)
1981 Washington (6-2)
1982 UCLA (5-1-1)
1983 UCLA (6-1-1)
1984 Southern California (7-1)
1985 UCLA (6-2)
1986 Arizona State (5-1-1)
1987 Southern California (7-1), UCLA (7-1)
1988 Southern California (8-0)
1989 Southern California (6-0-1)
1990 Washington (7-1)
1991 Washington (8-0)
1992 Stanford (6-2), Washington (6-2)
1993 UCLA (6-2), Arizona (6-2), Southern California (6-2)
1994 Oregon (7-1)
1995 Southern California (6-1-1), Washington (6-1-1)
1996 Arizona State (8-0)
1997 Washington State (7-1), UCLA (7-1)
1998 UCLA (8-0)
1999 Stanford (7-1)
2000 Oregon (7-1), Oregon State (7-1), Washington (7-1)
2001 Oregon (7-1)
2002 Southern California (7-1), Washington State (7-1)
2003 Southern California (7-1)
2004 Southern California (8-0)
2005 Southern California (8-0)
2006 Southern California (7-2), California (7-2)
2007 Southern California (7-2), Arizona State (7-2)
2008 Southern California (8-1)
2009 Oregon (8-1)
2010 Oregon (9-0)
2011 Oregon (8-1 N) 49, UCLA (5-4 S) 31
2012 Stanford (8-1 N) 27, UCLA (6-3 S) 24
2013 Stanford (7-2 N) 38, Arizona State (8-1 S) 14
2014 Oregon (8-1 N) 51, Arizona (7-2 S) 13
2015 Stanford (8-1 N) 41, USC (6-3 S) 22
2016 Washington (8-1 N) 41, Colorado (8-1 S) 10
2017 USC (8-1 S) 31, Stanford (7-2 N) 28
2018 Washington (7-2 N) 10, Utah (6-3 S) 3

Pac 12 championship game results listed for 2011-


College Football
  Josh White commits to LSU
  Jaden Navarette commits to Oregon
  Jordan Botelho commits to Notre Dame
  Darius Snow commits to Michigan State
  Jalen Kimber commits to Georgia
  Mike Wyman commits to South Carolina
  Bud Clark commits to Virginia
  Dontae Manning commits to Oklahoma
  Ty'Kieast Crawford commits to Arkansas
  Cole Brevard commits to Penn State
  Turner Corcoran commits to Nebraska
  Lejond Cavazos commits to Ohio State
  Purdue signs Brohm to seven-year extension
  Lorando Johnson commits to LSU
  Fred Davis II commits to Clemson
  Lamar Goods commits to Kentucky
  Jadon Thompson commits to Illinois
  Avery Helm commits to Florida
  Reggie Love commits to Illinois
  Jordan Johnson commits to Notre Dame
  Mark Redman commits to Washington
  RJ Mickens commits to Clemson
  Parker McQuarrie commits to UCLA
  Zavier Betts commits to Nebraska
  Lukas Ungar commits to Stanford