This Week in Pac-12 Men's Basketball
EIGHT TEAMS IN POSTSEASON PLAY: CALIFORNIA and COLORADO lead the Pac-12 into the postseason with berths in the NCAA Tournament, the Golden Bears as an at-large selection and the Buffaloes as the league's automatic bid by virtue of capturing the Pac-12 Tournament crown. . . The Pac-12 is sending a record four teams into the NIT with ARIZONA, OREGON, STANFORD and regular season champion WASHINGTON. . . In addition, OREGON STATE and WASHINGTON STATE round out the league's postseason participants with spots in the CBI 16-team field.
BUFFS RUN WILD: In their first year as a member of the Pac-12 Conference, the COLORADO Buffaloes won four games in four days to capture the Pacific Life Pac-12 Tournament title. It's the first time in Conference tournament history that a team has won four straight games to win the league tournament title.
PAC-12 POSTSEASON SCHEDULE
Wed., Mar. 14 - Dayton, Ohio
CALIFORNIA vs. South Florida, 9:10 p.m. ET truTV
Thur., Mar. 15 - Albuquerque, N.M.
COLORADO vs. No. 23 UNLV, approx. 10:10 p.m. ET truTV
Fri., Mar. 16 - Nashville, Tenn. (should California advance)
CALIFORNIA vs. Temple, 10 p.m. ET TNT
Sat., Mar. 17 - Albuquerque, N.M. (should Colorado advance)
COLORADO vs. No. 9 Baylor/South Dakota State winner, TBD TBD
Sun., Mar. 18 - Nashville, Tenn. (should California advance)
CALIFORNIA vs. No. 13 Michigan/Ohio winner, TBD TBD
Tue., Mar. 13
Texas-Arlington at WASHINGTON, 10 p.m. ET ESPNU
LSU at OREGON, 9:30 p.m. ET ESPN
Cleveland State at STANFORD, 11 p.m. ET ESPN2
Wed., Mar. 14
Bucknell at ARIZONA, 9 p.m. ET ESPN2
Tue., Mar. 13
WASHINGTON STATE at San Francisco, 10 p.m. ET HDNet