Yes, the Pac-12 still holds the honor of being the worst "power six conference" around. It was one of the worst conferences we'd ever seen last year, but obviously has improved this season.
A huge problem with the league last year was that there was not a very good team in it, but that too has changed.
Arizona and UCLA have seemingly separated themselves from the rest of the league. Sure, the country looks at Arizona as the best Pac-12 team and one of the best teams in the country, but I have no problem calling UCLA the best team in the league.
If Arizona's narrow victories over San Diego State and Utah weren't bad enough, the Colorado debacle takes the cake.
UCLA, on the other hand, has found its stride, as it has beaten Missouri, California and Stanford in three straight games.
The bottom of the league, though, is extremely bad as Utah, USC, Washington State and Oregon State make up the cellar dwellers.
A third team needs to establish itself as possible challengers to Arizona and UCLA; whether that is Colorado, Oregon or Cal remains to be seen.
It wouldn't be a surprise if a third team doesn't step up, though, which is a big reason why this conference is still so bad.