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Pac-12 Football Standings – Week 10

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Pac-12 football standings for Week 10 of the season. Washington survived Utah to stay unbeaten, and the Utes are no longer atop the South.


Sam Darnold was impressive yet again for the Trojans on Thursday night when they took down Cal, 45-24. The redshirt freshman quarterback hit on 18 of his 25 passes for 231 yards and five touchdowns. USC is in third place in the South, and the Golden Bears are in fourth place in the North.

The two teams atop that North division, rivals Washington and Washington State, both came away with wins last weekend. The Huskies, led by a stout defense and sophomore quarterback Jake Browning, held off Utah, 31-24. Washington is still unbeaten, but the Utes are no longer leading the South division, as Colorado took over first place following a bye week.

As for the Cougars, they held on to beat Oregon State, 35-31. Luke Falk was on fire. He completed 33-of-46 passes for 415 yards and five touchdowns. Two of those scoring throws went to Gabe Marks, who ended up with eight catches for 110 yards. Washington State is still in second place behind Washington, though.

Oregon moved up from last place in the North and now sits in fifth place. The Ducks got a huge game from true freshman Justin Herbert, who completed 31-of-42 passes for 489 yards and four touchdowns in a 54-35 win over Arizona State.

Below are the complete Week 9 Pac-12 football standings.

Week 10 Pac-12 Football Standings

North Division

Washington (5-0 Pac-12, 8-0 Overall)
Washington State (5-0, 6-2)
Stanford (3-3, 5-3)
California (2-3, 4-4)
Oregon (1-4, 3-5)
Oregon State (1-4, 2-6)

South Division

Colorado (4-1, 6-2)
Utah (4-2, 7-2)
USC (4-2, 5-3)
Arizona State (2-4, 5-4)
UCLA (1-4, 3-5)
Arizona (0-5, 2-6)

MORE: Pac-12 Bowl Projections – Week 10

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