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Ducks to Host Arizona, UCLA in Season’s Final Week

Feb 22, 2021

EUGENE, Ore. – Home games against Arizona and UCLA have been added to Oregon's schedule while the regular-season finale at Oregon State has been moved back a day. The Pac-12 announced the final round of schedule adjustments for games postponed due to COVID-19-related issues on Monday.
The Ducks will host Arizona on Monday, March 1, and UCLA on Wednesday, March 3. As a result, the Oregon-OSU game that was scheduled for Saturday, March 6, in Corvallis has been moved to Sunday, March 7.
Times of all three games have yet to be determined. The Arizona and UCLA games will be on the ESPN family of networks, while the broadcast coverage for the OSU game will be announced at a later date.
The Arizona game was originally scheduled for Jan. 15 at Matthew Knight Arena.
This is the fourth time Oregon and UCLA will attempt to play a game that was initially slated to be contested on Dec. 23 in Eugene. Two other make-up dates for that game were also postponed, Jan. 19 in Eugene and Feb. 1 in Los Angeles.
The Ducks will now play four times in seven days with games at Stanford on Thursday and California on Saturday ahead of the two rescheduled games.
Oregon plays at No. 19 USC Monday at 6 p.m. (FS1).
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