2012 Pac-12 Football Standings: Stanford, Cal headed in opposite directions

Doug Pensinger

The Stanford Cardinal and the California Golden Bears are headed in opposite directions after this past week in the 2012 Pac-12 standings.

In the tough North division of the Pac-12 standings, the Stanford Cardinal are moving up, while the California Golden Bears continue to struggle.

The Cardinal earned their third consecutive win on Saturday, a 48-0 drubbing of Colorado, improving their conference record to 5-1. Stanford sits in a tie for second place with the Oregon State Beavers, who have dropped only one game all year.

California, on the other hand, is on a three-game losing streak after falling to Washington. The win by the Huskies moves them behind Stanford and Oregon State, while the Golden Bears fall to fifth, ahead of only the winless Washington State Cougars.

In the South division, the UCLA Bruins and USC Trojans are tied atop the standings with four wins.

Here are the entire Pac-12 standings:

North

1. Oregon Ducks, 6-0

2. Oregon St. Beavers, 5-1

3. Stanford Cardinal, 5-1

4. Washington Huskies, 3-3

5. California Golden Bears, 2-5

6. Washington St. Cougars, 0-6

South

1. UCLA Bruins, 4-2

2. USC Trojans, 4-3

3. Arizona St. Sun Devils, 3-3

4. Arizona Wildcats, 2-4

5. Utah Utes, 2-4

6. Colorado Buffaloes, 1-5

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