Pac-12 sets worst December by major conference in 20 years
The Pac-12 - nicknamed the "Conference of Champions" for owning more national titles than any other conference - is no longer setting the bar.
With five losses on Saturday, the Pac-12 will be the first of the Power 5 conferences plus the Big East to finish December with a win percentage sub .600 in the past two decades, according to ESPN.
It will be the Pac-12's worst record in a month since 2009 when it posted a record of 38-24 (.613) as the Pac-10 Conference.
The Pac-12 holds a record of 38-36 for the month, with only USC left in action on Sunday.
UCLA is mired in a four-game slump, losing by an average of 15 points. The Bruins haven't dropped this many consecutive non-conference games since the 2010-11 season.
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