The Pac-12 Conference is attempting its finest to reschedule as many video games as potential. With the season ending in a month, the league is squeezing in video games left and proper.
On Monday, the convention introduced a flurry of makeup dates, together with USC’s unique matchup in opposition to Arizona, in accordance with Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports.
The initially scheduled matchup between Arizona and USC on Jan. 2 was a supply of appreciable buzz. Unfortunately, it was postponed on account of COVID-19.
The Trojans simply misplaced to the Wildcats on Saturday, and now they may end the season with video games in opposition to Arizona and UCLA. Arizona involves the Galen Center on Tuesday, March 1. USC then visits Pauley Pavilion for a rematch with the Bruins on Saturday, March 5.
USC hosts UCLA this coming Saturday.
The Pac-12 additionally introduced a few different makeup video games. UCLA performs two of them, which means the Bruins are going to play a whole lot of hoops earlier than that second USC recreation in early March.
The Trojans’ last three video games will now be Oregon, Arizona, and UCLA, which provides Andy Enfield’s crew an ideal alternative to achieve some momentum and an opportunity to enhance its seed for the NCAA Tournament.
The Pac-12 is in a time crunch to get these video games performed, and the league is hoping that no different video games should be postponed earlier than then.
The last regular-season stretch might be large for the Trojans, and the Pac-12 schedule finally seems to be full after weeks of uncertainty. Either approach, the Trojans can solely management what’s of their arms: Win the video games and construct that resume heading into March Madness.