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)
|Oregon St. Beavers||4||1||6||1|
|California Golden Bears||2||4||3||6|
|Washington St. Cougars||0||5||2||6|
|Arizona St. Sun Devils||3||2||5||3|