Pac-12 South race still clouded
Reporter: Jason Barr, Sports Director
PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona State was in control of the Pac-12 South when the conference season started.
Southern California had a turn at the top before falling back. Now UCLA has taken the wheel.
The way the division has gone so far, there might be three more changes before the season is over.
As it stands now, UCLA leads at 4-2, a half-game ahead of Southern California. Arizona State is right behind them at 3-3.
Arizona State and USC face each other on Saturday, so one team could get knocked out of the race.
If the Trojans win, it would set up a huge game against the Bruins on Nov. 17 at the Rose Bowl, one that would likely decide which team will represent the South in the Pac-12 championship game.
Arizona is 2-4 in conference play and the Wildcats host Colorado on homecoming weekend this Saturday.
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