The Oregon Ducks will look to avenge a loss to the Arizona Wildcats as they will have a rematch in the Pac-12 Championship.
No. 2 Oregon will have the chance to redeem themselves from their only loss this season as they take on No. 7 Arizona in the Pac-12 Championship.
The Wildcats upset the Ducks in October, so the Ducks will undoubtedly be looking to avenge that loss while staying in contention for a national championship.
Oregon has been on fire since that loss, scoring at least 40 points and winning seven consecutive games. Quarterback Marcus Mariota is inches away from winning the Heisman Trophy.
He came up with six total touchdowns while leading the Ducks to a 47-19 win over Oregon State, and it will take a meltdown for him to lose the Heisman. Running back Royce Freeman has been no slouch either as he has 16 rushing touchdowns with 1,185 rushing yards.
Meanwhile, Arizona is firing on all cylinders on offense. They have scored 42 points for two consecutive games, and they have done this against Utah and Arizona State, who were each ranked in the top 20 at the time.
Their 42-35 win over the Sun Devils gave them the Pac-12 South title as UCLA lost to Stanford. Running back Nick Wilson has ran like a man possessed with six rushing touchdowns in his last two games.
If the Wildcats can control the time of possession, Wilson will be hard to stop once again, but Mariota and Freeman with revenge on their minds will ultimately be too much.
Prediction: Oregon 38, Arizona 27