After Washington (3-1) could not field a team with 53 scholarship players for its game at Oregon (3-2) due to positive COVID-19 tests, the Huskies were crowned Pac-12 North Champions by default given they had the best conference record among the six division teams.
However, many have disputed the Huskies' division title given Washington never played a road game, won just one game against another Pac-12 North foe, and did not play at Oregon in what would have been a de-facto Pac-12 North Championship Game.
On Monday, the Pac-12 announced Oregon would take Washington's place in the Pac-12 Championship due to the Huskies inability to field a team.
According the Washington head coach Jimmy Lake, the Huskies didn't have an offensive line that could participate.
Now, the Huskies are getting roasted on social media after this tweet celebrating a Pac-12 North Title over a technicality.
Oregon wide receiver Mycah Pittman was among those calling out the Huskies for the tweet that now hasn't aged well.
And count the soon-to-be Oregon freshmen class among the most vocal Husky haters.
Oregon Ducks 2021 commits Seven McGee and Keith Brown took to Twitter to clown the Huskies, who celebrated winning the Pac-12 North via the team's official Twitter account.
Recent Ducks decommit Jadarrius Perkins, who still may recommit to Oregon during the early signing period, added he felt Washington "was just scared" to play Oregon.
Four-star tight end Terrance Ferguson tweeted out himself throwing the "dubs down."
One thing is for sure, the next crop of Ducks will keep the rivalry alive and well.
A few fans got in the action, as well.
It's an unfortunate misfortune for the Huskies, only amplified by the compounding affect of social media shade.
The Ducks would be named Pac-12 Champions should they win Friday vs. USC, despite not winning the Pac-12 North.