PAC-12 North: Oregon State 8-2 (5-1)controls their own destiny with rivals Washington and Oregon left on the docket. If they win out, they are in the PAC-12 championship. Stanford 8-3 (5-2) could slide in if the Beavers take a loss and if they manage to beat Cal. Stanford has the heads-up tie-breaker over OSU and puts the pressure on the Beavers to beat two tough opponents. Cal (4-6) needs a big victory over the red-hot Cardinals in order to have a shot at bowl eligibility. PAC-12 South: The Utes (7-3) and Coach Sanders all but have their bags packed for the PAC-12 championship game. USC still holds an outside shot of getting in if Utah trips up in these last few vital weeks of conference play. Arizona State (3-8) desperately needs a win over hated rival Arizona if they want to keep Coach Mustang around to fight another season. BIG Legends: Despite Iowa's gruelling 28-17 loss to Illinois last week, the have locked up the legends division for the second year in a row. The defending national champions are looking forward to the possible rematch against the fighting Illini in the B1G championship game. Northwestern (4-6) looks to win out and become bowl eligible after missing out last year. Michigan (5-5) suffered a setback when they dropped a close game to Coach Mason and Northwestern, but can become bowl eligible with a win in one of their final two games. BIG Leaders: Illinois locks up their division after being triumphant in their toughest test of the season against Ohio State and Iowa. We could have been talking about a different team in the driver seat as the surprising yet inconsistent Hoosiers have turned some heads. Having beaten Illinois and catching the Buckeyes in a slump this week, Indiana and Coach JrRawlins could have been sitting really pretty if it weren't for a few blowout losses early in conference play. Even with a tOSU victory this week, the Buckeyes can only hope for second fiddle this year. With Illinois and Iowa ahead of them in the BCS polls, that likely means missing a BCS bowl birth for the second year in a row, despite owning the appropriate ranking.