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Washington’s College Football Playoff Win Keeps Pac-12 Football Alive For One More Week

As many know, this is the final season of Pac-12 football. However, it’s not over yet. Washington beat Texas 37-31 in the College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Sugar Bowl to move on to the National Championship. They will now have a chance to finish the Pac-12 off in an absolutely historical way.

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This win was not easy, as Texas had multiple shots at the endzone in the final seconds to win. Michael Penix threw for 430 yards, and the Huskies generated 532 yards of offense. They held the lead the entire game and pulled off the major win.

This is the same Washington team that Arizona State held to no offensive touchdowns in their matchup two months ago. Arizona State lost that game but didn’t allow Michael Penix to score a touchdown. Since that game, Penix has thrown for 15 touchdowns in 7 games, including two tonight. Washington will now head to the National Championship, where they will face Michigan. The Wolverines beat Alabama earlier today in the Rose Bowl.

The Huskies have a chance to be the first Pac-12 national champion since USC three-peated in the early 2000s. They are already the first Pac-12 team to play for a National Championship since the first College Football Playoff when Oregon lost to Ohio State.

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