Oregon won the Pacific 12 championship on Friday night at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara by defeating Arizona, 51-13. It was the Ducks' fourth title in six seasons and secured the team a spot in the four-team playoff.
The photographers at Image of Sport were at Friday's game and shared several images with the Wiz. You can view the entire catalog by clicking here.
Here is everything you need to know about the conference championship and Big 12 games as we enter the final weekend of the regular season (excluding the Dec. 13 Army-Navy game). These trends are courtesy from Odds Shark.
Howie Kussoy, New York Post: How did this happen? The almight Southeastern Conference has a team (Missouri) in the title game that has played only one team currently ranked — a 34-0 loss to No. 14 Georgia. Easy pickings here. Take Alabama and give the points to the Tigers.
Double D, Boston Herald: Texas Christian needs to take Iowa State to the woodshed to help cement a spot in the four-team playoff. That shouldn't be a problem. Load up on the Horned Frogs and give the points.
Bruce Feldman and Stewart Mandel, Fox Sports: Oregon has lost its last two games against Arizona and Rich Rodriguez's team is well-equipped to handle the Ducks' blur offense. But that doesn't mean the Ducks are ready this time and are going to win in a runaway. It should be close, but Oregon wins.
Matt Youmans, Las Vegas Review-Journal: Arizona enters the Pacific 12 title game with as much confidence as a two-touchdown underdog can have. The Wildcats should cover, but the Ducks win because they have the money player in Marcus Mariota.
Reno Journal-Gazette: The handicappers have spoken. They like Oklahoma State, Louisiana Tech and Wisconsin.
Tom Fornelli, CBS Sports: The Confidence Pool. Locks of the week are Kansas State, Ohio State and Temple.
Bovada has posted odds on who will be the coach at Michigan for the 2015-16 season and Jim Harbaugh, the coach of the San Francisco 49ers, is the favorite at 2/1. He is followed by Louisiana State coach Les Miles at 5/2 and Tennessee coach Butch Jones at 7/2.
Completing the list are Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy at 7/2 and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Rutgers coach Greg Schiano at 9/2.
Who will be the coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers for the 2015-2016 season? Bovada has Oregon assistant Scott Frost at the top of the odds at 5/2. He is followed by former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Rutgers coach Greg Schiano at 15/4 and Ohio State assistant Tom Herman at 4/1.