David Shaw of Stanford and Clay Helton of USC discuss preparation for Pac-12 championship game.
Classic matchups between Stanford and USC, plus the unveiling of the “Pac-12 All-Century Football Team” & “Icons of the Centennial” headline special week of programming
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (December 1, 2015) – Following an incredible season finale that secured the meeting between Stanford and USC in the 2015 Pac-12 Football Championship Game, Pac-12 Networks has a week filled with programming and content celebrating the past and present of a Conference rich in history and excellence December 1-December 6.
National sportswriters are affirming that while Clay Helton lacks some of the glitz USC is accustomed to, his hire was the right move for the Trojans.
Clay Helton views himself as a blue-collar guy -- and a perfect fit for USC's football tradition.
USC officially names Clay Helton as head coach. Trojans gear up to face Stanford in Pac-12 Championship game.
Colorado ices out for a cold game in Salt Lake City, USC and UCLA stick with tradition, while Oregon makes a minor tweak to their standard green and yellow look. That and more in the final regular season edition of the Pac-12 uniform watch.
Despite getting back into the CFP top 10, David Shaw and Stanford are simply focused on winning games, not the scenarios of the College Football Playoff.
Five Pac-12 football players including, Christian McCaffrey, Austin Hooper and Tom Hackett have been named finalists for national college football awards. Many of those honors will be handed out Dec. 10 at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.
The latest College Football Playoff poll places five Pac-12 teams in the top 25 with No. 9 Stanford leading the way followed by No. 17 Oregon, an inaugural appearance by Washington State at No. 20 rounded out by No. 22 UCLA and No. 23 Utah.