There are three separate scenarios that could lead to three different teams winning the Pac-12 North next week.
Washington State’s senior class closed out its final home game at Martin Stadium in style as the program clinched bowl eligibility with its sixth win
Oregon State’s sixth win of the season came with two games left on the schedule. It’s the first time the program has been to a bowl game since 2013.
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The Ducks simply ground WSU into dust to take control of the Pac-12 North.
Arizona’s game winning drive over Cal ensured that, for another season, 2008 UW is the only team in conference history to go 0-12.
Washington State’s blowout win over Arizona State means that if the Cougs can win out they’ll win their first division title in program history.
The Cougar defense’s five turnovers were the difference in their upset victory against ASU.
Oregon and Oregon State both picked up much needed wins on Saturday as both schools took firm control of the North division race.
Max Borghi and Tyler Allgeier both scored three touchdowns for their respective squads as BYU walked out of Pullman with a narrow win.