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The Trojans are one of two teams in the South with two conference wins while the Bruins fall further down the standings following their loss to Cal.
The Arizona State Sun Devils (4-1) are the only undefeated South division team in Pac-12 play but the USC Trojans (4-1) remain in second in the divisional standings following their second consecutive conference win.
The Trojans' 38-28 victory over the Utah Utes on Thursday night allowed them to tie ASU for the division lead in conference wins at two. Unlike USC, though, ASU still doesn't have a tally in its conference loss column, with its two wins coming against Utah and Cal on the road.
The UCLA Bruins (4-2) could have been tied with USC in the conference standings heading into Week 7, but their 43-17 loss to the Golden Bears has them sitting at fourth in the South with a 1-2 record.
The Bruins will be looking to rebound this week against Utah on UCLA's home turf. On the other end, USC will be heading up to Washington to take on a Huskie team fresh off a 52-21 loss to No. 2 Oregon.
Pacific-12 Conference Standings
(updated 10.7.2012 at 12:50 AM MST)
|Oregon St. Beavers||3||0||4||0|
|California Golden Bears||1||2||2||4|
|Washington St. Cougars||0||3||2||4|