Washington-Colorado football live stream, live score updates; Pac-12 championship 2016

Pac-12 Championship Football
Colorado’s Mike MacIntyre, left, and Washington’s Chris Peterson square off in the Pac-12 championship game on Friday night in Santa Clara, California. (AP photos by David Zalubowski, Elaine Thompson)
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)

The 2016 college football season continues Friday, Dec. 2, as No. 4 Washington meets No. 8 Colorado in the Pac-12 championship game at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

The Pac-12 North champion Huskies are 11-1, while the South champion Buffaloes are 10-2. The two teams did not meet during the regular season.

Fox will broadcast the game beginning at 8 p.m. Central (9 p.m. Eastern).

Washington is a 7.5-point favorite, according to Vegas Insider.


Washington coach Chris Petersen is happy to let others do the politicking and lobbying when it comes to the College Football Playoff.

He believes what the fourth-ranked Huskies do on the field will speak loud enough. Washington has its final chance to state its case Friday night in the Pac-12 championship game against No. 9 Colorado.

“I have confidence that the powers that be will get these things right,” Petersen said. “I felt that way when I was at Boise and they usually did. We’ll see how this plays out.”

Live streaming for Washington-Colorado is available via Fox Sports Go.

Things are looking good for the Huskies (11-1, No. 4 CFP) after they moved up a spot in the playoff rankings this week. One more win and they will likely make the semifinals in Petersen’s third season at the helm. Washington had not reached double figures in wins for a season in the 13 years before Petersen’s arrival.

But Petersen has built Washington into a power just like he did at Boise State when he led the Broncos to…