Pac-12 Football Standings 2012: Colorado sits near bottom of South

Stephen Dunn

The Colorado Buffaloes sit only above the Utah Utes in the Pac-12 South standings.

The Colorado Buffaloes sit at 1-3 in the Pac-12 South standings and only above the Utah Utes. The Buffs are tied with the Arizona Wildcats at 1-3, but UA's better overall record of 4-3 has them fourth place in the South.

CU's lone victory in Pac-12 play came against the Washington State Cougars, who have yet to win a Pac-12 game under first-year head coach Mike Leach. Jon Embree's squad faces a tall task to move up in the standings this week, as the Buffaloes (1-6) head into the rowdy Autzen Stadium to face the 7-0 Oregon Ducks.

The USC Trojans sit atop the Pac-12 South with a 4-1 league record. Their loss came to the Stanford Cardinal. Arizona State is now in second place at 3-1 after falling to Oregon this past week, and UCLA sits in the middle of the division at 2-2.

Pac 12 North Conf. (W-L)
Oregon 4-0 (7-0)
Oregon State 4-0 (6-0)
Stanford 3-1 (5-2)
California 2-3 (3-5)
Washington 1-3 (3-4)
Wash. State 0-4 (2-5)

Pac 12 South Conf. W-L
USC 4-1 (6-1)
Arizona State 3-1 (5-2)
UCLA 2-2 (5-2)
Arizona 1-3 (4-3)
Colorado 1-3 (1-6)
Utah 0-4 (2-5)

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