List of Pacific-12 Conference football champions

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This is a list of yearly Pacific-12 Conference football champions. Co-champions are listed with the conference's Rose Bowl representative first. Pacific Coast Conference results are included.

Champions by year[edit]

National Champions*
Conference Overall Ranking
Year Champions Record Pts Opp Record AP Coaches' Bowl Result Head Coach
Pacific Coast Conference
1916 Washington 3–0–1 62 10 6–0–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 Gil Dobie
Oregon 2–0–1 78 17 7–0–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 W 1917 Rose Bowl 14–0 vs. Penn Hugo Bezdek
1917 Washington State 3–0 46 3 6–0 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 William Henry Dietz
1918 California 2–0 72 0 7–2 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 Andy Smith
1919 Oregon 2–1 33 20 5–1–3 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 6–7 vs. Harvard Shy Huntington
Washington 2–1 33 31 5–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 Claude J. Hunt
1920* California 3–0 104 7 9–0 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl 28–0 vs Ohio State Andy Smith
1921* California 4–0 167 10 9–0–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 T Rose Bowl 0–0 vs. Washington & Jefferson Andy Smith
1922* California 4–0 146 7 9–0 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 Andy Smith
1923* California 5–0 66 7 9–0–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 Andy Smith
1924 Stanford 3–0–1 92 36 7–1–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 10–27 to Notre Dame Glenn "Pop" Warner
1925 Washington 5–0 88 24 10–1–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 19–20 to Alabama Enoch Bagshaw
1926* Stanford 4–0 112 40 10–0–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 T Rose Bowl 7–7 vs. Alabama Glenn "Pop" Warner
1927 Stanford 4–0–1 78 32 8–2–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl vs. Pittsburgh Glenn "Pop" Warner
USC 4–0–1 99 38 8–1–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 Howard Jones
1928* USC 4–0–1 84 20 9–0–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 Howard Jones
1929 USC 6–1 258 29 10–2 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl 47–14 vs. Pittsburgh Howard Jones
1930 Washington State 6–0 134 20 9–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 0–24 vs. Alabama Babe Hollingbery
1931* USC 7–0 259 13 10–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl 21–12 vs. Tulane Howard Jones
1932* USC 6–0 112 13 10–0 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl 35–0 vs. Pittsburgh Howard Jones
1933 Stanford 4–1 56 23 8–2–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 0–7 vs. Columbia Claude E. Thornhill
Oregon 4–1 45 29 9–1 Started in 1934 Started in 1950 Prink Callison
1934 Stanford 5–0 93 7 9–1–1 #4 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 13–29 vs. Alabama Claude E. Thornhill
1935 Stanford 4–1 60 7 8–1 N/A Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl 7–0 vs. Southern Methodist Claude E. Thornhill
California 4–1 55 22 9–1 N/A Started in 1950 Stub Allison
UCLA 4–1 75 39 8–2 N/A Started in 1950 William H. Spaulding
1936 Washington 7–0–1 141 21 7–2–1 #5 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 0–21 vs. Pittsburgh James Phelan
1937* California 6–0–1 137 26 10–0–1 #2 Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl 13–0 vs. Alabama Stub Allison
1938 USC 6–1 131 36 9–2 #7 Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl 7–3 vs. Duke Howard Jones
California 6–1 107 37 10–1 #14 Started in 1950 Stub Allison
1939* USC 5–0–2 121 21 8–0–2 #3 Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl 14–0 vs. Tennessee Howard Jones
1940 Stanford 7–0 141 66 10–0 #2 Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl 21–13 vs. Nebraska Clark Shaughnessy
1941 Oregon State 7–2 123 33 8–2 #12 Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl 20–16 vs. Duke Lon Stiner
1942 UCLA 6–1 146 58 7–4 #13 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 0–9 vs. Georgia Edwin C. Horrell
1943 USC 5–0 95 13 8–2 Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl 29–0 vs. Washington Jeff Cravath
1944 USC 3–0–2 129 39 8–0–2 #7 Started in 1950 W Rose Bowl 25–0 vs. Tennessee Jeff Cravath
1945 USC 5–1 107 43 7–4 #11 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 14–34 vs. Alabama Jeff Cravath
1946 UCLA 7–0 216 45 10–1 #4 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 14–45 vs. Illinois Bert LaBrucherie
1947 USC 6–0 147 20 7–2–1 #8 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 0–49 vs. Michigan Jeff Cravath
1948 California 6–0 155 40 10–1 #4 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 14–20 vs. Northwestern Pappy Waldorf
Oregon 7–0 125 48 9–2 #9 Started in 1950 L Cotton Bowl Classic 13–21 vs. Southern Methodist Jim Aiken
1949 California 7–0 220 80 10–1 #3 Started in 1950 L Rose Bowl 14–17 vs. Ohio State Pappy Waldorf
1950 California 5–0–1 124 28 9–1–1 #5 #4 L Rose Bowl 6–14 vs. Michigan Pappy Waldorf
1951 Stanford 6–1 152 101 9–2 #7 #7 L Rose Bowl 7–40 vs. Illinois Chuck Taylor
1952 USC 6–0 174 32 10–1 #5 #4 W Rose Bowl vs. Wisconsin Jess Hill
1953 UCLA 6–1 172 41 8–2 #5 #4 L Rose Bowl 20–28 vs. Michigan State Red Sanders
1954* UCLA 6–0 256 26 9–0 #2 #1 Red Sanders
1955 UCLA 6–0 197 37 9–2 #4 #4 L Rose Bowl 14–17 vs. Michigan State Red Sanders
1956 Oregon State 6–1–1 152 104 7–3–1 #10 #13 L Rose Bowl 19–35 vs. Iowa Tommy Prothro
1957 Oregon 6–2 124 81 7–4 #17 L Rose Bowl 7–10 vs. Ohio State Len Casanova
Oregon State 6–2 147 110 8–2 Tommy Prothro
1958 California 6–1 127 85 7–4 #16 #16 L Rose Bowl 12–38 vs. Iowa Pete Elliott
Athletic Association of Western Universities
1959 Washington 3–1 68 29 10–1 #8 #7 W Rose Bowl 44–8 vs. Wisconsin Jim Owens
UCLA 3–1 91 51 5–4–1 William F. Barnes
USC 3–1 69 60 8–2 #14 #13 Don Clark
1960 Washington 4–0 100 25 10–1 #6 W Rose Bowl 17–7 vs. Minnesota Jim Owens
1961 UCLA 3–1 78 39 7–4 #16 L Rose Bowl 3–21 vs. Minnesota William F. Barnes
1962* USC 4–0 99 23 11–0 #1 #1 W Rose Bowl 42–37 vs. Wisconsin John McKay
1963 Washington 4–1 96 58 6–5 #15 L Rose Bowl 7–17 vs. Illinois Jim Owens
1964 Oregon State 3–1 74 36 8–3 #8 #8 L Rose Bowl 7–34 vs. Michigan Tommy Prothro
USC 3–1 88 58 7–3 #10 #10 John McKay
1965 UCLA 4–0 134 56 8–2–1 #4 #5 W Rose Bowl 14–12 vs. Michigan State Tommy Prothro
1966 USC 4–1 101 44 7–4 #18 L Rose Bowl 13–14 vs. Purdue John McKay
1967* USC 6–1 182 47 10–1 #1 #1 W Rose Bowl 14–3 vs. Indiana John McKay
Pacific-8 Conference
1968 USC 6–0 114 90 9–1–1 #4 #2 L Rose Bowl 16–27 vs. Ohio State John McKay
1969 USC 6–0 129 66 10–0–1 #3 #4 W Rose Bowl 10–3 vs. Michigan John McKay
1970 Stanford 6–1 220 101 9–3 #8 #10 W Rose Bowl 27–17 vs. Ohio State John Ralston
1971 Stanford 6–1 162 98 9–3 #10 #16 W Rose Bowl 13–12 vs. Michigan John Ralston
1972* USC 7–0 243 59 12–0 #1 #1 W Rose Bowl 42–17 vs. Ohio State John McKay
1973 USC 7–0 240 124 9–2–1 #8 #7 L Rose Bowl 21–42 vs. Ohio State John McKay
1974* USC 6–0–1 226 69 10–1–1 #2 #1 W Rose Bowl 18–17 vs. Ohio State John McKay
1975 UCLA 6–1 215 123 9–2–1 #5 #5 W Rose Bowl 23–10 vs. Ohio State Dick Vermeil
California 6–1 235 132 8–3 #14 #15 Mike White
1976 USC 7–0 234 81 11–1 #2 #2 W Rose Bowl 14–6 vs. Michigan John Robinson
1977 Washington 6–1 238 103 8–4 #10 #9 W Rose Bowl 27–20 vs. Michigan Don James
Pacific-10 Conference
1978* USC 6–1 182 81 12–1 #2 #1 W Rose Bowl 17–10 vs. Michigan John Robinson
1979 USC 6–0 244 99 11–0–1 #2 #2 W Rose Bowl 17–16 vs. Ohio State John Robinson
1980 Washington 6–1 198 119 9–3 #16 #17 L Rose Bowl 6–23 vs. Michigan Don James
1981 Washington 6–2 185 147 10–2 #10 #7 W Rose Bowl 28–0 vs. Iowa Don James
1982 UCLA 5–1–1 218 148 10–1–1 #5 #5 W Rose Bowl 24–14 vs. Michigan Terry Donahue
1983 UCLA 6–1–1 211 158 7–4–1 #17 #13 W Rose Bowl 45–9 vs. Illinois Terry Donahue
1984 USC 7–1 148 107 9–3 #10 #9 W Rose Bowl 20–17 vs. Ohio State Ted Tollner
1985 UCLA 6–2 231 120 9–2–1 #7 #6 W Rose Bowl 45–28 vs. Iowa Terry Donahue
1986 Arizona State 5–1–1 203 122 10–1–1 #4 #5 W Rose Bowl vs. Michigan John Cooper
1987 USC 7–1 253 139 8–4 #18 #17 L Rose Bowl 20–17 vs. Michigan State Larry Smith
UCLA 7–1 309 139 10–2 #9 #11 W Aloha Bowl 20–16 vs. Florida Terry Donahue
1988 USC 8–0 289 121 10–2 #7 #9 L Rose Bowl 14–22 vs. Michigan Larry Smith
1989 USC 6–0–1 174 67 9–2–1 #8 #9 W Rose Bowl 17–10 vs. Michigan Larry Smith
1990 Washington 7–1 340 99 10–2 #5 #5 W Rose Bowl 46–34 vs. Iowa Don James
1991* Washington 8–0 321 77 12–0 #2 #1 W Rose Bowl 34–14 vs. Michigan Don James
1992 Washington 6–2 219 117 9–3 #11 #10 L Rose Bowl 31–38 vs. Michigan Don James
Stanford 6–2 184 130 10–3 #9 #9 W Blockbuster Bowl 24–3 vs. Penn State Bill Walsh
1993 UCLA 6–2 217 168 8–4 #18 #17 L Rose Bowl 16–21 vs. Wisconsin Terry Donahue
Arizona 6–2 209 128 10–2 #10 #9 W Fiesta Bowl 29–0 vs. Miami Dick Tomey
USC 6–2 229 141 8–5 #25 W Freedom Bowl 28–21 vs. Utah John Robinson
1994 Oregon 7–1 199 108 9–4 #11 #11 L Rose Bowl 20–38 vs. Penn State Rich Brooks
1995 USC 6–1–1 214 130 9–2–1 #12 #11 W Rose Bowl 41–32 vs. Northwestern John Robinson
Washington 6–1–1 232 170 7–4–1 L Sun Bowl 18–38 vs. Iowa Jim Lambright
1996 Arizona State 8–0 346 182 11–1 #4 #4 L Rose Bowl 17–20 vs. Ohio State Bruce Snyder
1997 Washington State 7–1 297 246 10–2 #9 #9 L Rose Bowl 16–21 vs. Michigan Mike Price
UCLA 7–1 292 181 10–2 #5 #5 W Cotton Bowl Classic 29–23 vs. Texas A&M Bob Toledo
1998 UCLA 8–0 309 198 10–2 #8 #8 L Rose Bowl 31–38 vs. Wisconsin Bob Toledo
1999 Stanford 7–1 313 197 8–4 #24 L Rose Bowl 9–17 vs. Wisconsin Tyrone Willingham
2000 Washington 7–1 258 183 11–1 #3 #3 W Rose Bowl 34–24 vs. Purdue Rick Neuheisel
Oregon 7–1 215 172 10–2 #7 #9 W Holiday Bowl 35–30 vs. Texas Mike Bellotti
Oregon State 7–1 275 161 11–1 #4 #5 W Fiesta Bowl 41–9 vs. Notre Dame Dennis Erickson
2001 Oregon 7–1 281 181 11–1 #2 #2 W Fiesta Bowl 38–16 vs. Colorado Mike Bellotti
2002 Washington State 7–1 285 188 10–3 #10 #10 L Rose Bowl 14–34 vs. Oklahoma Mike Price
USC 7–1 299 163 11–2 #4 #4 W Orange Bowl 38–17 vs. Iowa Pete Carroll
2003* USC 7–1 342 161 12–1 #1 #2 W Rose Bowl 28–14 vs. Michigan Pete Carroll
2004* USC 7†–0 285 117 11†–0 #1 #1 W Orange Bowl 55–19 vs. Oklahoma Pete Carroll
2005 USC 0†–0 383 149 0†–1 #2 #2 L Rose Bowl 38–41 vs. Texas Pete Carroll
2006 USC 7–2 242 131 11–2 #4 #4 W Rose Bowl 32–18 vs. Michigan Pete Carroll
California 7–2 280 173 10–3 #14 #14 W Holiday Bowl 45–10 vs. Texas A&M Jeff Tedford
2007 USC 7–2 250 150 11–2 #3 #2 W Rose Bowl 49–17 vs. Illinois Pete Carroll
Arizona State 7–2 274 211 10–3 #16 #13 L Holiday Bowl 34–52 vs. Texas Dennis Erickson
2008 USC 8–1 325 80 12–1 #3 #2 W Rose Bowl 38–24 vs. Penn State Pete Carroll
2009 Oregon 8–1 375 204 10–3 #11 #11 L Rose Bowl 17–26 vs. Ohio State Chip Kelly
2010 Oregon 9–0 592 221 12–1 #3 #3 L BCS National Championship 19–22 vs. Auburn Chip Kelly
Pacific-12 Conference
2011 Oregon 8–1 399 209 12–2 #4 #4 W Rose Bowl 45–38 vs. Wisconsin Chip Kelly
2012 Stanford 8–1 260 153 12–2 #7 #6 W Rose Bowl 20–14 vs. Wisconsin David Shaw
2013 Stanford 7–2 299 175 11–3 #11 #10 L Rose Bowl 20–24 vs. Michigan State David Shaw
2014 Oregon 8–1 446 238 12–1 #3 #3 Rose Bowl vs. Florida State Mark Helfrich

† The NCAA sanctioned USC in June, 2010 for violations in the football, men's basketball, and women's tennis programs. USC football vacated two wins from their final two games of the 2004 season (one conference, one Bowl Game) and all 12 wins from the 2005 season, as well as the conference titles from both years. Their 2004 BCS National Championship was vacated, while their 2004 Associated Press title was not removed.[1][2]

Championships by school[edit]

School Championships Last Championship
USC 38^ 2008
UCLA 17 1998
Washington 15 2000
California 14 2006
Stanford 14 2013
Oregon 12 2014
Oregon State 5 2000
Washington State 4 2002
Arizona State 3 2007
Arizona 1 1993
Colorado 0
Utah 0

^ USC's 2004 and 2005 Pacific-10 Conference titles were vacated

North Division Champions[edit]

Team Number Years
Oregon 4 2011*, 2012*, 2013*, 2014
Stanford 3 2011*, 2012*, 2013*
Cal 0
Oregon State 0
Washington 0
Washington State 0

(*) Shared championship, bold type indicates championship game participant[3][4]

South Division Champions[edit]

Team Number Years
UCLA 2 2011, 2012
Arizona State 1 2013
Arizona 1 2014
Colorado 0
USC 0
Utah 0

(*) Shared championship, bold type indicates championship game participant[5][6]

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