Im not going to go into the North... northerners can to that. You folks are all 1 or 2 losses. but the south is where its at! Currently we stand entering the week USC: 3-2 ASU: 3-2 UCLA: 2-3 Colorado: 1-4 Utah: 1-4 Arizona: 1-5 This week we have Utah over Arizona Colorado over USC UCLA over ASU which now makes the standings USC: 3-3 ASU: 3-3 UCLA: 3-3 Colorado: 2-4 Utah: 2-4 Arizona: 1-6 remaining games: USC: Wash, Oregon, UCLA ASU: WSU, Arizona, Cal UCLA: Utah, CU, USC Colorado: Arizona, UCLA, Utah Utah: UCLA, WSU, CU Arizona: CU, ASU, ULL Arizona is eliminated from a bowl already and can not win conference, but everything else is a mess Tiebreakers in the South: USC: ASU ASU: Utah, CU UCLA: ASU Colorado: USC Utah: USC So to put it in confusing terms USC, UCLA < ASU < Utah, CU < USC UCLA holds the inside track to the division with games against all 4 contenders in their final 4 games of the year, already beating ASU this week. My projections: Week 11 Wash Over USC Arizona over CU ASU over WSU Utah over UCLA Week 12 UCLA over CU WSU over Utah ASU over Arizona USC over Oregon Week 13 Cal over ASU USC over UCLA Utah over CU This is all guesswork but if all three weeks happen, the final standings would end up USC: 5-4 ASU: 5-4 UCLA: 4-5 Utah: 4-5 Colorado: 2-7 Arizona: 2-7 Which of course would bring the South to computer USC PROVE ME WRONG!