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Pac-12 football standings: Cal the only 5-0 team, Utah rules the South at 4-0

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Is it Starks vs. Lannisters next Saturday night?

THE KING IN THE NORTH
THE KING IN THE NORTH
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With UCLA losing to Arizona State, there were only two undefeated teams left in the Pac-12. After beating Washington State, it is Cal who stands unbeaten in the North, along with their counterpart Utah in the South. Both set to square off in a duel for supremacy with College Gameday on site in Salt Lake City next Saturday.

Stanford beat up Arizona, so they now stand as the only 3-0 team in Pac-12 play and are currently 4-1. Arizona drops to 0-2 and it feels like they have a mountain to climb to win the South this season.  UCLA is now 1-1 and will drop to 4-1 in the Pac-12, while Arizona State has recovered from their shellacking of USC and improved to 3-2 overall. Oregon eventually took care of business against Colorado and are now 3-1, but they are currently looking up at Stanford and Cal, who are a combined 5-0 in conference play.

So odd. All these words jumbled together. Can't make sense of any of them.

Below are the standings. What are your thoughts?

North
Conference
Overall
STRK
vs Top 25
Stanford
3-0
4-1
W4
1-0
California
2-0
5-0
W5
0-0
Oregon
1-1
3-2
W1
0-2
Washington State
0-1
2-2
L1
0-1
Washington
0-1
2-2
L1
0-1
Oregon State
0-1
2-2
L1
0-1
South
Conference
Overall
STRK
vs Top 25
Utah
1-0
4-0
W4
1-0
USC
1-1
3-1
W1
0-0
Arizona State
1-1
3-2
W1
1-1
UCLA
1-1
4-1
L1
2-0
Colorado
0-1
3-2
L1
0-0
Arizona
0-2
3-2
L2
0-2