2012 Pac-12 championship game TV schedule: Stanford, UCLA to rematch for Rose Bowl shot

Stephen Dunn

Did you watch Stanford-UCLA? Well, next Friday night you'll get to watch UCLA-Stanford for the Pac-12 championship.

The 2013 Rose Bowl will now pit the winner of Stanford and UCLA (which are still playing each other the first time around as I type this -- Stanford leads by 18 with two minutes to go, so I'm feeling pretty confident here) vs. the winner of 7-5 Wisconsin or a Nebraska team that's already lost to UCLA. That is a BCS bowl game! That's neat.

Pac-12 championship time, date, location: 8 p.m. ET on Friday, November 30 in Palo Alto, CA

TV: FOX, again! Yep, Gus Johnson and Charles Davis again, too!

Odds: Well, we don't know yet, but this is an immediate rematch, so ...

It also hurts Oregon's slim chances of making the national title game, and it now looks like the Ducks are highly likely to play in the Fiesta.

Stanford secured both the Pac-12 North title and home-field advantage for the conference title game with a win over UCLA in Los Angeles. This might've been the play that sealed it, with Usua Amanam running back a kickoff fumble to give the Cardinal a 35-10 lead:

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