September 6, 2011

And the Winner is…

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By The Daily Axe Staff
Pac-12 Uniform Champion

By a 57%-43% final mark, the Washington Huskies have won The Great Western Uniform Bracket 2011¬†and The Daily Axe’s title of Best Uniforms in the Pac-12. The final round attracted more votes than any other match-up in the bracket, and outdid the second-most-popular pairing by nearly 50% in total votes cast. Washington finishes the tournament as the top overall vote earner throughout all four rounds, and Colorado finishes in second overall.

Below is the final bracket, complete with the results of each round of voting until The Daily Axe readers crowned the Huskies aesthetic champions of the west.

The final order of the conference’s teams, ranked by total votes earned throughout the bracket, is as follows:

1. Washington
2. Colorado
3. California
4. Oregon
5. Arizona State
6. Stanford
8. Utah
9. Southern California
10. (tie) Washington State
10. (tie) Arizona
12. Oregon State

Congratulations to the University of Washington, and thank you to all that helped spread word about this extremely successful series. As promised, we will select the reader winner from the pool of people that interacted with us during the tournament either on Twitter, on Facebook or in our comments section and get that person his or her prize. Depending upon the wishes of the winner, we might be able to let you know who that winner is.

Once again: thank you for your participation and enthusiasm. Here’s to a great season of Pac-12 football.

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