2020 Pac-12 football schedule: Dates, matchups

Below is the 2020 Pac-12 football schedule. The conference is playing a seven-game conference-only schedule, followed by the Pac-12 Football Championship Game. The weekend of Dec. 18-19 will feature the championship.

Find dates and matchup information below for the 2020 season. For any updates, look to the scoreboard here.

2020 Pac-12 football schedule: Dates, matchups

Nov. 27

Stanford at Cal | 4 p.m. | FOX
No. 15 Oregon at Oregon State | 7:30 p.m. | ESPN

Nov. 28

Colorado at No. 18 USC | 3:30 p.m. | ABC
Utah at Washington | 7:30 p.m. | ABC
Arizona at UCLA | 8 p.m. | FOX

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Dec. 4

Washington State at USC | 9:30 p.m. | FS1

Dec. 5

Colorado at Arizona
UCLA at Arizona State
Stanford at Washington
Oregon at Cal
Oregon State at Utah

Dec. 11

Arizona State at Arizona
Utah at Colorado

Dec. 12

Cal at Washington State
Oregon State at Stanford
Washington at Oregon

2020 Pac-12 football schedule: Scores, results

Nov. 7

No. 20 USC 28, Arizona State 27
Colorado 48, UCLA 42
No. 12 Oregon 35, Stanford 14
Washington State 38, Oregon State 28
Washington at Cal — CANCELED
Arizona at Utah — CANCELED

Nov. 14

No. 20 USC 34, Arizona 30
Colorado 35, Stanford 32
No. 11 Oregon 43, Washington State 29
Washington 27, Oregon State 21 
Cal at Arizona State — CANCELED

Nov. 15

UCLA  34, Cal 10

Nov. 21

No. 11 Oregon 38, UCLA 35
Oregon State 31, Cal 27
Washington 44, Arizona 27
No. 20 USC 33, Utah 17 
Arizona State at Colorado — CANCELED
Washington State at Stanford — CANCELED

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