Ducks look to ‘prove all our doubters wrong’ by winning Pac-12 Championship

NBC Sports Northwest: Riding a two-game losing streak, Oregon (3-2) still controlled its destiny to win the Pac-12 North and qualify for a second-consecutive Pac-12 Championship appearance. All that stood in the way was Washington (3-1), who Oregon would host at Autzen Stadium.



 


 

But then the game was ruled a no-contest due to Washington having an insufficient amount of scholarship players. As the result, the Huskies won the Pac-12 North and were going to return to the conference title game. Oregon was set to play Colorado in a matchup of division runner ups, until Monday.







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