UCLA Football: Winners and Losers from Pac-12 Championship Game

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UCLA Football: Winners and Losers from Pac-12 Championship Game
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The touchdown that UCLA CB Sheldon Price misplayed

The UCLA Bruins fell to the Stanford Cardinal in the Pac-12 Championship Game by a score of 27-24, effectively knocking the Bruins out of Rose Bowl contention. 

It's no easy task playing an opponent for the second time in six days. In fact, it's the first time in over sixty years that this scenario has happened. 

In the first matchup, UCLA was completely outplayed. This past Friday, the Bruins showed up with a renewed sense of pride and spirit, and in all actuality outplayed the Cardinal for the majority of the game. For the contest, UCLA had 461 total yards of offense, while Stanford had 325. 

With the loss to Stanford, UCLA will play in the Holiday Bowl against Baylor in San Diego on December 27th.

Let's take a look at the winners and losers from the title game.

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