Pac 12 championship Live Stream, Washington Huskies vs Colorado Buffaloes: Time, TV channel, live score updates, how to watch live stream online,Six Top-10 Teams Fight for Conference Supremacy and Shot at College Football Playoff, Friday and Saturday on FOX Broadcast Network, you can watch click to link.

Pac 12 championship Live Stream

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Three conference champions are crowned this weekend on the FOX broadcast network, beginning Friday, Dec. 2 (8:00 PM ET) with the Pac-12 Championship Game between No. 4 Washington and No. 8 Colorado. Action continues Saturday, Dec. 3, with the Bedlam Series showdown, No. 10 Oklahoma State at No. 9 Oklahoma (12:00 PM ET) and concludes that evening in prime time with No. 6 Wisconsin vs. No. 7 Penn State in the Big Ten Championship Game (7:00 PM ET).

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, and have a 10-2 record. The Buffaloes finished their regular season with six straight victories, and their only conference loss was on the road to USC back on October 8. Buffaloes’ head coach Mike MacIntyre’s guys clinched the division with a hard-fought win over Utah this past weekend. The Huskies and Buffaloes will meet for the 16th time, and it’s Washington who holds the lead in the all-time series, 9-5-1. The Huskies have taken the last six meetings.

FOX COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREGAME begins Friday night at 8:00 PM ET as studio host Rob Stone and analyst Matt Leinart are live from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, joined by special guest analyst, Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez, as well as Brady Quinn, who calls the night’s contest. Host Mike Hill and analysts Robert Smith and Dave Wannstedt contribute analysis from FOX Sports’ Los Angeles studio, while Friday’s pregame show highlights Colorado’s worst-to-first finish in the Pac-12 South and includes features on Washington and Colorado quarterbacks Jake Browning and Sefo Liufau. Once the game kicks off at 9:00 PM ET, Quinn is joined in the booth by play-by-play announcer Joe Davis and reporter Jenny Taft on the sidelines.