Pac-12 Championship Colorado vs. Washington: LIVE score updates and stats (12/2/16), College Football

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Washington quarterback Jake Browning holds the trophy for beating Washington State in the Apple Cup, setting up a showdown with Colorado in the Pac-12 Championship Game.

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WASH 1st Qtr 11:53 Lavon Coleman 1 yd run (Cameron Van Winkle kick)
COLO 1st Qtr 0:49 Phillip Lindsay 3 yd run (Davis Price kick)
WASH 2nd Qtr 6:38 Darrell Daniels 15 yd pass from Jake Browning (Cameron Van Winkle kick)
WASH 3rd Qtr 14:44 Taylor Rapp 35 yd interception return (Cameron Van Winkle kick)
WASH 3rd Qtr 11:27 Cameron Van Winkle 24 yd FG
WASH 3rd Qtr 5:21 John Ross 19 yd pass from Jake Browning (Cameron Van Winkle kick)
COLO 3rd Qtr 3:43 Chris Graham 24 yd FG
WASH 4th Qtr 14:07 Cameron Van Winkle 20 yd FG
WASH 4th Qtr 4:23 Chico McClatcher 8 yd run (Cameron Van Winkle kick)

Twelve weeks into the 2015 season, both Colorado and Washington owned losing records.

Thirteen months later, No. 9 Colorado and No. 4 Washington are a combined 21-3 and about to meet at 9 p.m. EST tonight in the Pac-12 Championship Game in Santa Clara, Calif.

We’ll have up-to-the-minute scoring and stats here throughout the game. Check the scoreboard above and click on the stats link.

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The turnaround began late last season for Washington, which won its final three games to finish 7-6 with a New Mexico Bowl title and emerge as one of the popular breakthrough picks during the preseason.

The turnaround started this season for Colorado, which has authored a reversal from a 4-9 record that few experts saw coming.

As Championship Weekend arrives, here are bowl projections for all 40 games—including how the College Football Playoff will look. Which team will Alabama take on? Does Michigan have a chance to sneak in? Can Washington hold down a spot? How much chaos will Penn State cause? Can Clemson avoid falling out?