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Pac-12 football standings: Cal 4-0 for first time since 2007, only undefeated North team

The crown is heavy. It only gets heavier.

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Cal remains the lone undefeated team in the Pac-12 North after their huge road win over Washington. The Bears are 4-0 for the first time in 2007 after sweeping through September. This is the first time since September 2007 that Cal has gone undefeated in a college football calendar month (September, October, November), when the Bears were 5-0.

Cal does trail their archrival Stanford in the Pac-12 North standings, who stand alone at 2-0 after dispatching Oregon State on Friday night. The shocker is Oregon going down in flames to Utah in their conference opener, as they fall into a three-way tie with the Huskies and Beavers at 0-1. Cal's next opponent is Washington State, who had a bye week on Saturday and remains 0-0 in conference.

Although it's early, the South appears like a three-way race now that Arizona and Arizona State got dismantled at home by UCLA and USC respectively. Utah and UCLA stand at 1-0 each, with the Bruins and Utes the only other undefeated teams besides Cal. USC is at 1-1. Arizona and ASU are both 0-1 in the Pac-12, and Colorado has yet to play their first Pac-12 game.

Pac-12 teams are 6-0 on the road so far this season.

Here are the standings for the conference.

North
Conference
Overall
STRK
vs Top 25
Stanford
2-0
3-1
W3
1-0
California
1-0
4-0
W4
0-0
Washington State
0-0
2-1
W2
0-0
Washington
0-1
2-2
L1
0-1
Oregon State
0-1
2-2
L1
0-1
Oregon
0-1
2-2
L1
0-2
South
Conference
Overall
STRK
vs Top 25
Utah
1-0
4-0
W4
1-0
UCLA
1-0
4-0
W4
2-0
USC
1-1
3-1
W1
0-0
Colorado
0-0
3-1
W3
0-0
Arizona
0-1
3-1
L1
0-1
Arizona State
0-1
2-2
L1
0-1