Pac-12 Football Standings 2012: Stanford, UCLA face off in Pac-12 Championship

Stephen Dunn

Washington State's unlikely comeback didn't shake up the North division standings but Stanford's win did.

It was pretty simple for the Stanford Cardinal on Saturday: beat the UCLA Bruins and you play them again next week in the Pac-12 Championship. The Cardinal did just that and despite the Oregon Ducks sound victory over the Oregon St. Beavers, the Ducks will be on the outside looking in for the Pac-12 Championship this Friday.

With the regular season wrapped up, the Pac-12 standings have gone final. The last week of the season wasn't without drama as the Washington St. Cougars mounted the largest comeback in Apple Cup history, coming from 28-10 down to the Washington Huskies to beat them 31-28 in overtime. The Cougars still finished last in the North division, just behind the California Golden Bears in fifth and the Huskies in fourth. The Oregon St. Beavers finish the season third in the North division.

The South division was more tightly packed with UCLA beating out their rival, the USC Trojans for first place. Behind them were the Arizona St. Sun Devils and Arizona Wildcats in third and fourth respectively. The Utah Utes wrapped up a lackluster season in fifth and the Colorado Buffaloes will be looking for a new head coach after finishing last in the South division.

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