Pac-12 Conference

The Conference of Champions

Football National Championships

Football National Championships 

As one of the most prominent football Conferences in the country, the depth and quality of the programs in the Conference allow league teams to compete for national titles on a yearly basis. In its history, Pac-12 teams have been recognized as National Champions nine different times, most recently with USC earning the distinction in back-to-back years in 2003 and 2004. The Conference is also home to 11 Heisman Trophy winners, over 200 Consensus All-Americans and over 125 College Football Hall of Fame Players and Coaches.

Year Champ Record Coach
1920 California 9-0 Andy Smith
1921 California 9-0-1 Andy Smith
1922 California 9-0 Andy Smith
1923 California 9-0-1 Andy Smith
1926 Stanford 10-0-1 Glenn Warner
1928 USC 9-0-1 Howard jones
1931 USC 10-1 Howard Jones
1932 USC 10-0 Howard Jones
1937 California 10-0-1 Stub Allison
1939 USC 8-0-2 Howard Jones
1940 Stanford 10-0 Clark Shaughnessy
1954 UCLA 9-0 Henry Sanders
1960 Washington 10-1 Jim Owens
1962 USC 11-0 John McKay
1967 USC 10-1 John McKay
1970 Arizona State 11-0 Frank Kush
1972 USC 12-0 John McKay
1974 USC 10-1-1 John McKay
1975 Arizona State 12-0 Frank Kush
1978 USC 12-1 John Robinson
1984 Washington 11-1 Don James
1990 Washington 10-2 Don James
1990 Colorado 11-1-1 Bill McCartney
1991 Washington 12-0 Don James
2003 USC 12-1 Pete Carroll
2004 USC 11-0 Pete Carroll

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