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SALT LAKE CITY — A total of 97% of Utah fans and 87% of all participants predicted the Pac-12 Championship to go in favor of the Utes. And they were all wrong.
Then-No. 13 Oregon handed then-No. 5 Utah its largest loss of the season, 37-15, knocking Utah out of the playoff conversation.
After the dust settled in Week 15, three BYU fans landed at the top of the leaderboard, while the Cougar fan base had the highest average score of 22.9. Utah State was second with 21.7, while Utah, hurt by its loss in the championship game, only scored 20.7.
The regular season ends with Utah holding a slim advantage over Utah State 22.4-22.1, with BYU close behind with 21.8. All three teams were invited to bowl games, which should take the competition down to the wire. Remember, bowl games are worth double (100) points.
This week's first, second and third place winners will get $100, $70 and $40 Visa gift cards, respectively, courtesy of Peak Orthopaedics, which provides comprehensive joint care for the entire body from expert orthopaedic and sports medicine physicians. The overall first, second and third place winners will receive $500, $250 and $115, respectively. See KSL Pick'em for the tiebreaker rules.
Below are the results from Week 15, including the updated leaderboard from the KSL.com Sports group.
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