Pac-12 Weekends Announced; Ducks to Play Beavers in January and March

EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon will begin the 2020-21 Pac-12 Conference men’s basketball season Dec. 12 at Washington. The Pac-12 Conference has announced weekly matchups and site

designations for the league’s inaugural 20-game men’s basketball schedule in 2020-21. Additionally, several previously announced December game dates have been adjusted to allow for flexibility in non-conference scheduling.

The announcement reflects the games being played and the home/away designations each week of the Pac-12 regular season. Specific dates and times for each game within a week will be announced after selections by the league’s television partners are finalized. All 120 Conference games will be televised by either Pac-12 Network, ESPN/2/U, FOX/FS1 or CBS.

The Conference received approval to move to a 20-game format in May 2019, and announced original dates for the additional two games in December 2019. However, due to the NCAA’s shift in season start date to Nov. 25, programs were allowed to reach mutually agreeable dates for the previously scheduled league games. In total, five of the original 12 dates were moved to allow for flexibility in non-league scheduling due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The remainder of league play will resume the week of Dec. 30 and conclude March 6 or 7 ahead of the 2021 Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas from March 10-13.

All basketball competitions will be conducted in accordance with the Pac-12 COVID-19 Medical Advisory Committee health and safety recommendations and guidelines, as previously announced on September 24 when the Pac-12 CEO Group voted to resume football, basketball and winter sport seasons. The weekly matchups have been designed to allow for flexibility should a need arise for rescheduled contests.

Three Pac-12 teams – ARIZONA STATE, OREGON and UCLA – appear on several national media outlets’ early top 25 rankings for the 2020-21 campaign, while ARIZONA, STANFORD and the Sun Devils bring in top-15 recruiting classes and USC welcomes the nation’s No. 2 college signee in Evan Mobley.

Mobley is one of three McDonald’s All-Americans set to join the Conference this coming season along with ASU’s Josh Christopher and Stanford’s Ziaire Williams.
Six All-Conference and two All-Defensive Team selections from last season are slated to return for 2020-21 – the eight returning all-league picks being the most to return to the Conference since its record-setting 2015-16 campaign. Additionally, six NBA Draft early-entry candidates elected to return to Pac-12 programs – First Team All-Conference performers Remy Martin (ASU), Chris Smith (UCLA) and McKinley Wright IV (COLORADO), Second Team honorees Timmy Allen (UTAH) and Matt Bradley (CALIFORNIA), and reigning Pac-12 Sixth Man of the Year Alonzo Verge Jr. (ASU). Stanford’s Oscar da Silva (First Team) and Bryce Wills (All-Defensive) round out the returning All-Conference performers.

The Ducks also found out the home and away weekends for the remainder of the 2020-21 Pac-12 slate, which has been expanded to 20 games for the first time in league history. The defending Pac-12 champions will host California and Stanford the weekend of Jan. 2. The Ducks then visit Utah and Colorado the weekend of Jan. 9. Oregon has three straight home games with Arizona and Arizona State the weekend of Jan. 16 and Oregon State the following weekend. The Ducks end January at UCLA and USC the weekend of Jan. 30.

In February, Oregon will host Washington and Washington State the weekend of Feb. 6 before a road trip to Arizona and ASU the weekend of Feb. 13. The Ducks have their last home weekend Feb. 20 against Colorado and Utah. Oregon will spend the final two weeks on the road, playing at Cal and Stanford the weekend of Feb. 27 before finishing at OSU the weekend of March 6.

The final weekend of conference play will consist solely of rivalry games. The Ducks will not visit Pullman in 2020-21, while USC does not come to Eugene. The 2020 Pac-12 Tournament is scheduled for March 10-13 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Specific dates and times for each game within a week will be announced next month after selections by the league’s television partners are finalized. All 120 Conference games will be televised by either Pac-12 Network, ESPN/2/U, FOX/FS1 or CBS.

Wed., Dec. 2, 2020
– Colorado at Arizona; Oregon State at Washington State
Thurs., Dec. 3, 2020 – Arizona State at California; Washington at Utah
Sat., Dec. 5, 2020 – Washington State at Colorado
Sun., Dec. 6, 2020 – California at UCLA
Sat., Dec. 12, 2020 – Oregon at Washington*
Sun., Dec. 13, 2020 – Stanford at USC*
Sat., Dec. 19, 2020 – Arizona at Stanford
Sun., Dec. 20, 2020 – USC at Oregon State*
Tues., Dec. 22, 2020 – Utah at Arizona State*
Wed., Dec. 23, 2020 – UCLA at Oregon*
* – Adjusted from original date

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Oregon’s 2020-21 non-conference schedule will be released in the coming weeks.



Sat., Dec. 12, 2020             at Washington

Wed., Dec. 23, 2020          UCLA



Week of Dec. 30-Jan. 3      California/Stanford

Week of Jan. 6-10              at Colorado/Utah

Week of Jan. 13-17            Arizona/Arizona State

Week of Jan. 20-24            Oregon State

Week of Jan. 27-31            at UCLA/USC

Week of Feb. 3-7                Washington/Washington State

Week of Feb. 10-14            at Arizona/Arizona State

Week of Feb. 17-21            Colorado/Utah

Week of Feb. 24-28            at California/Stanford

Week of March 6-7            at Oregon State