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Pac-12 Football Standings – Week 9

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Pac-12 football standings for Week 9 of the season. Rivals Washington and Washington State are the only teams unbeaten in conference play.


The Washington Huskies continue to roll through this season, compiling impressive win after impressive win. Chris Petersen’s team is now 4-0 in conference play, 7-0 overall, and in the hunt for a College Football Playoff berth.

But don’t sleep on the rival Washington State Huskies. Mike Leach has really turned the season around after the Huskies dropped their first two games of the season to Eastern Washington and Boise State. Washington State is also 4-0 in Pac-12 play, matching the Huskies in the Pac-12 North.

Oregon surprisingly sits at the bottom of the North having yet to secure a conference win. The Ducks are now 0-4 in conference and 2-5 overall following last week’s loss to Cal.

Colorado and Utah sit atop the Pac-12 South with identical 4-1 conference records, while Arizona is in last with an 0-4 mark. The Wildcats have lost four games in a row.

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

Week 9 Pac-12 Football Standings

North Division

Washington (4-0 Pac-12, 7-0 Overall)
Washington State (4-0, 5-2)
California (2-2, 4-3)
Stanford (2-3, 4-3)
Oregon State (1-3, 2-5)
Oregon (0-4, 2-5)

South Division

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

MORE: Week 9 Pac-12 Football Rankings

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