2012 Pac-12 Football Standings: Stanford helps its cause with win over Cal

Ezra Shaw

Stanford and Cal are heading in distinctly different directions in the Pac-12 following their meeting this past weekend.

The Stanford Cardinal easily defeated the Cal Golden Bears this past weekend, 21-3, and are now one of five teams in the Pac-12 with three or more conference victories.

With Oregon and Oregon State also earning wins last week though, Stanford (3-1 in the Pac-12) still remains in third place in the North division. The Cardinal will be looking to build on their Rose Bowl resume next Saturday as they head back home to play Washington State.

As for Cal, things are beginning to look bleak fast with the team resting at 2-3 in the conference and 3-5 overall. They'll head up to Utah next Saturday as they look to right the ship.


Pacific-12 Conference Standings

(updated 10.20.2012 at 10:42 PM MST)

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


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