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Pac-12 Football Standings 2012: Oregon Ducks lead North Division

Breaking down the Pac-12 standings after a busy week of upset-filled action.

Jonathan Ferrey

The Oregon Ducks now sit atop the North Division all by themselves for the first time this season. Following Oregon State's loss to Washington this weekend, the Ducks now hold a one-game advantage over the Beavers and Stanford Cardinal in the North Division.

UW sits in fourth place with a 2-3 record, which is half a game better than the California Golden Bears and their 2-4 mark. Mike Leach and the Washington State Cougars are now 0-6 after losing yet again this weekend.

The USC Trojans (6-2, 4-2) hold a half-game lead in the South after falling to Arizona in Tucson. The UCLA Bruins and Arizona State Sun Devils are right on USC's tail with 3-2 records in the conference.

The Wildcats are one and a half games back at 2-3, although they've got a favorable schedule the rest of the way. The Colorado Buffaloes and Utah Utes are tied for last place with just one win and four losses each.

Here is a full look at the standings as of Monday, Oct. 29.

Pacific-12 Conference Standings

(updated 10.27.2012 at 11:02 PM MST)

North Conf Overall
W L W L
Oregon Ducks 5 0 8 0
Oregon St. Beavers 4 1 6 1
Stanford Cardinal 4 1 6 2
Washington Huskies 2 3 4 4
California Golden Bears 2 4 3 6
Washington St. Cougars 0 5 2 6
South Conf Overall
W L W L
USC Trojans 4 2 6 2
UCLA Bruins 3 2 6 2
Arizona St. Sun Devils 3 2 5 3
Arizona Wildcats 2 3 5 3
Utah Utes 1 4 3 5
Colorado Buffaloes 1 4 1 7