Pac-12 football standings for Week 11 of the season. Jake Browning led Washington to yet another win, as the Huskies continue to dominate the rest of the conference.
Another week has passed, and another win has been added to Washington’s record. The Huskies still lead the North division after absolutely destroying Cal, 66-27. The Golden Bears, with that loss, dropped to 1-5 in conference play and are fourth in the division.
Right behind their in-state rivals in second place are the Cougars. Washington State handed a beating down to Arizona on Saturday, 69-7. The Wildcats have the worst league record in the Pac-12 and are in last place in the South division, which Colorado leads.
The Buffaloes took on a Josh Rosen-less Bruins team and won, 20-10. As for UCLA, it’s one spot ahead of Arizona, and its arch rival, USC, sits in second place. The Trojans, led by redshirt freshman sensation Sam Darnold, beat Oregon, 45-20. The Ducks, who have their own breakout quarterback in Justin Herbert, are in fifth place in the North.
One team many expected to compete for a College Football Playoff spot is David Shaw’s Cardinal. Stanford finally has Christian McCaffrey healthy again, as it took down Oregon State, 26-15. However, the Cardinal sit in third place in the North.
The other third-place team in the Pac-12 is Utah. A week after they fell to the Huskies, the Utes had the benefit of a bye week and are preparing for a matchup with Arizona State on Thursday.
Below are the complete Week 11 Pac-12 football standings.
Week 11 Pac-12 Football Standings
Washington (6-0 Pac-12, 9-0 Overall)
Washington State (6-0, 7-2)
Stanford (4-3, 6-3)
California (2-4, 4-5)
Oregon (1-5, 3-6)
Oregon State (1-5, 2-7)
Colorado (5-1, 7-2)
USC (5-2, 6-3)
Utah (4-2, 7-2)
Arizona State (2-4, 5-4)
UCLA (1-5, 3-6)
Arizona (0-6, 2-7)