2012 Pac-12 Football Standings: UCLA clinches Pac-12 South, USC tumbles again

Jeff Gross

The Pac-12 North is up for grabs while the South was officially clinched by the UCLA Bruins on Saturday.

The Pac-12 standings in the South division were sorted out on Saturday, while the North became a jumbled mess following Oregon's upset loss to Stanford.

The UCLA Bruins defeated the USC Trojans in impressive fashion, 38-28, to clinch the Pac-12 South outright. It was the first time the Bruins had beaten the Trojans since 2006, improving UCLA to 9-2 overall and on the fast track to a BCS bowl appearance. The Bruins now sit at No. 15 and No. 16 respectively in the AP Top 25 Poll and the USA Today Coaches' Poll.

USC, meanwhile, is no longer ranked in either poll. The Trojans will have a chance at some redemption next weekend when they take on No. 1 Notre Dame.

A complete look at the Pac-12 standings is below:

Pac-12 North

Stanford 9-2 (7-1)

Oregon 10-1 (7-1)

Oregon State 8-2 (6-2)

Washington 7-4 (5-3)

California 3-9 (2-7)

Washington State 2-9 (0-8)

Pac-12 South

UCLA 9-2 (6-2)

USC 7-4 (5-4)

Arizona 7-4 (5-4)

Arizona State 6-5 (4-4)

Utah 4-7 (2-6)

Colorado 1-10 (1-7)

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