The 2014 Pac-12 Football Championship Game was played on Friday, December 5, 2014 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. It was the fourth championship game in the history of the Pac-12 Conference. The game featured the Arizona Wildcats against the Oregon Ducks. The two teams met on October 2, with Arizona winning 31–24. Arizona had won two consecutive games versus Oregon. Oregon led the all-time series 24–16 heading into the game. The game started at 6:21 PM PST and was broadcast by FOX. The Oregon Ducks defeated the Arizona Wildcats 51–14 for the championship.
The Oregon Ducks, with a record of 11-1 this season, will play their second conference championship game. The team defeated the UCLA Bruins 49–31 in the inaugural title game in 2011. During the season, the Ducks out-scored their Pac-12 conference opponents by 170 points. Coming into the game, they were the leader in total, scoring and rushing offense in the conference. Oregon also leads the conference in pass efficiency at 189.0. Quarterback Marcus Mariota completed 229 out of 334 pass attempts with 2 interceptions. Royce Freeman rushed 209 times for 1,185 yards during the regular season.