The Washington Huskies must sweep their final two games to become bowl eligible. If they do, they will have a 6-6 record overall and a 4-5 record in the Pacific-10 Conference, probably giving them the bare minimum needed for a Pac-10 bowl -- probably meaning the Hawaii Bowl -- depending on what the other teams do.
Here's a look at the other teams in the bowl race and what bowls they're racing for.
The competition, their conference record and their remaining conference games:
California, 6-0,@Arizona, @USC, Stanford
USC, 5-1, Oregon, Cal, @UCLA
Oregon, 4-2, @USC, Arizona, @OSU
Oregon State,4-2, @UCLA, @Stanford, Oregon, @Hawaii
Washington State, 4-3, @ASU, Washington
Arizona State, 2-4, WSU, UCLA, @Arizona
UCLA, 2-4, OSU, @ASU, USC
Arizona, 2-4, Cal, @Oregon, ASU
Washington, 2-5, Stanford, @WSU
Pac-10 affiliated bowls
Rose for Pac-10 champion*
Holiday for No.2
Sun for No. 3
Las Vegas for No. 4 or 5**
Emerald for No. 5 or 4**
Hawaii for No. 6
*The Pac-10 allocates bowl teams by conference record, and with no regard to overall record. The Rose uses head-to-head competition as a tiebreaker, but all other ties are broken by the whim of the bowls.
**These bowls may agree to divide the fourth and fifth teams however they choose. If they cannot agree, Las Vegas gets its choice this season.