Pac-12 Football Standings 2012: Stanford finishes title season 11-2, Colorado at 1-11

Doug Pensinger

The Cardinal clinched the conference crown on Friday night, while the Buffaloes languished in last place with Washington State.

The Pac-12 season wrapped up on Friday night with Stanford beating UCLA for the second time in as many weeks. The Cardinal win clinched the conference crown and a Rose Bowl berth for David Shaw's team, who will face Wisconsin in Pasadena next year. Stanford finishes the season with an impressive 11-2 record, while the South Division-winning Bruins ended up 9-4.

At the bottom of the South, of course, was a 1-8 Colorado Buffaloes team. The Buffs knocked off Washington State on the road for their only win of the season. The Cougs avoided the ignominy of being the only team winless in the conference when they finished their season with an Apple Cup upset. With the conference championship game now in the books, here's the complete and final 2012 Pac-12 standings:

North Conference Overall
Stanford 8-1 11-2
Oregon 8-1 11-1
Oregon State 6-3 9-3
Washington 5-4 7-5
California 2-7 3-9
Washington State 1-8 3-9
South Conference Overall
UCLA 6-3 9-4
USC 5-4 7-5
Arizona State 5-4 7-5
Arizona 4-5 7-5
Utah 3-6 5-7
Colorado 1-8 1-11

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