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The PCC Championship Game refers to the game determining the Pacific Coast Conference's football season champion. The game pits the champion of the Northwest Division against the champion of the Pacific Division. In even numbered years, the game is held at the Los Angeles Coliseum or Rose Bowl, while in odd numbered years the game is held at the Tacoma Dome. The location accordingly reflects the home/away teams - Northwest teams are home at the Tacoma Dome, Pacific teams are home in Los Angeles.

List of PCC Championship Games

Year Rank Northwest Division Score Pacific Division Rank Location Attendance MVP
1988 21 Pacifica State UCLA 3 Candlestick Park 63,455 Randall McCain, RB
1989 18 Oregon Peninsula 13 Candlestick Park 45,581 Tim Tolley, WR
1990 22 Washington State UCLA 6 Rose Bowl 95,677 Jack LaMelle, QB
1991 6 Oregon UCLA 11 Tacoma Dome 70,455 Marcus Haulua, RB
1992 2 Oregon Peninsula 11 Rose Bowl 84,377 Marcus Haulua, RB
1993 4 Oregon USC 10 Tacoma Dome 73,455 Grant Strickland, QB
1994 3 Oregon USC Los Angeles Coliseum 84,355 Grant Strickland, QB
1995 17 Pacifica USC 5 Tacoma Dome James Willis, RB
1996 Washington State USC Los Angeles Coliseum Nick Cameron, QB
1997 1 Washington State Peninsula 14 Tacoma Dome Nick Cameron, QB
1998 8 Oregon UCLA 7 Los Angeles Coliseum 80,504 Andre Shipley, RB
1999 6 Oregon California 15 Tacoma Dome 73,455 Andre Shipley, RB
2000 8 Oregon State 13-21 California 6 Los Angeles Coliseum 67,838 Tyler Russell, LB
2001 3 Washington 31-28 California 7 Tacoma Dome 75,677 Darren Rose, RB
2002 5 Oregon State San Diego 10 Los Angeles Coliseum 82,379 Josh Robertson, RB
2003 1 Washington 52-17 San Diego 9 Tacoma Dome 74,892 Mariano Rojas, QB
2004 10 Oregon State San Diego 3 Los Angeles Coliseum 81,566 Malcolm Ross, QB
2005 2 Pacifica State 36-41 San Diego 4 Tacoma Dome 74,566 Malcolm Ross, QB
2006 5 Washington 27-21 San Diego 3 Los Angeles Coliseum 67,544 Kenny Hooper, RB
2007 6 Pacifica San Diego 3 Tacoma Dome 75,670 Corey Parker, QB
2008 5 Washington San Diego 9 Rose Bowl 79,899 Brendan Fischer, QB
2009 2 Pacifica 45-24 San Diego 5 Tacoma Dome 75,677 Peter Richardson, RB
2010 3 Pacifica 27-13 Southern California 20 Los Angeles Coliseum 88,455 Quinn Kelly, QB
2011 1 Pacifica 27-13 San Diego 3 Tacoma Dome 77,899 John Amenyioula, RB
2012 4 Washington 24-10 Peninsula 7 Los Angeles Coliseum 91,789 Ryan Todman, QB

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