The Pacific-12 Championship game came about in 2011 thorough the 2010-11 NCAA conference realignment. When the University of Colorado and the University of Utah joined the pac-10 conference the pac-12 conference was born. The addition of these two teams allowed for the conference to split into two six-team divisions thus creating the Pac-12 Conference Championship Game. The home site of the Championship is on a rotation based on which team has the best overall conference record.
On December 2, 2011 the Inaugural Pac-12 Championship pitted the #9 Oregon Ducks against the UCLA Bruins. The two teams went at it for four quarters in front of nearly 60,000 fans at the Ducks’ Autzen Stadium. The Oregon squad came out on top 49-31 and took the title as the first Pac-12 Champions. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Pac 12 Championship Game football tickets.
2015 Pac 12 Championship Game Preview
The 2015 Pac 12 Championship Game will be played on December 5th, 2015 at Levis Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The Pac 12 title game will be played in Santa Clara for the 2nd straight year, and the 2nd time overall. The 2015 Pac 12 Championship Game will see a matchup between the Stanford Cardinal and the USC Trojans. Stanford will be making their 3rd appearance in the Pac 12 Championship Game, and will look to take home their 3rd Pac 12 title since 2012. USC rebounded after a difficult early season to reach their first every Pac 12 Championship Game. The Trojans and the Cardinal met early in the season, with Stanford taking home the victory 41-31. The winner of Stanford vs USC will receive a bid to the Rose Bowl, and be crowned the overall Pac 12 Champions for 2015.
Pac 12 Championship Game Event Guide
Where will the 2015 Pac-12 Championship be played?
The 2015 Pac 12 Championship Game will be played at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
When is the best time to buy tickets for the 2015 Pac-12 Championship?
The sooner is always the better if you are looking to buy in a specific section or area. The prices can go higher once the teams are locked into the game and there is a rush to buy tickets after the final game of the regular season.