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Pac-12 Football Standings 2012: ASU, Arizona finish in middle of South Division

Examining the final Pac-12 football standings for the 2012 season.

Christian Petersen

The Pac-12 season is over. It was a wild year out west, with plenty of upsets and disappointments. Only Oregon State has a non-conference game left to play -- which is a make-up game against Nicholls State -- while UCLA and Stanford are set to play for the conference championship on Friday.

As for the standings, the Bruins finished atop the South Division with a 6-3 record. USC and Arizona State finished in a tie for second place at 5-4, while Arizona was fourth at 4-5. Neither Utah (3-6) nor Colorado (1-8) had very good years.

In the North, it was the Stanford Cardinal who won with an 8-1 mark. Oregon was also 8-1, although they lost the head-to-head matchup with Stanford. The Beavers finished third at 6-3, and Washington is 5-4. California finished at 2-7, while Mike Leach led Washington State to a 1-8 record.

The full Pac-12 standings can be found here:

Pacific-12 Conference Standings

(updated 11.24.2012 at 12:42 AM MST)

North Conf Overall
W L W L
Stanford Cardinal 8 1 10 2
Oregon Ducks 8 1 11 1
Oregon St. Beavers 6 3 8 3
Washington Huskies 5 4 7 5
California Golden Bears 2 7 3 9
Washington St. Cougars 1 8 3 9
South Conf Overall
W L W L
UCLA Bruins 6 3 9 2
USC Trojans 5 4 7 5
Arizona St. Sun Devils 5 4 7 5
Arizona Wildcats 4 5 7 5
Utah Utes 3 6 5 7
Colorado Buffaloes 1 8 1 11