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Pac-12 announces weekly pairings for ASU, UA men’s basketball

On the left, Arizona men's basketball college head coach Sean Miller. Arizona State's men's basketball head coach Bobby Hurley. (AP photos)

The Pac-12 announced its weekly pairings for its men’s basketball 2019-20 conference season on Monday.

The Arizona schools will only play Colorado and Utah once this year with each game on the road.

Two schools ASU and Arizona won’t be seeing on the road this season is California and Stanford.

Previously, Arizona State and Arizona did not host UCLA or USC last season and did not travel to Washington and Washington State. This season they will be doing both.

With the current format, the 18-game schedule allows for rivals schools such as ASU and Arizona to always play twice. Then, the remaining 16 games include playing six teams twice and four teams only once.

The league will be switching to a 20-game conference schedule beginning in the 2020-21 season, allowing teams to play more games against rivals.

Here are the scheduled conference weekly pairings for the Arizona schools with specific date and times still yet to be determined.

Week of Jan. 1-5
Arizona State at Arizona

Week of Jan. 8-12
Arizona/Arizona State at Oregon/Oregon State

Week of Jan. 15-19
Colorado/Utah at Arizona/Arizona State

Week of Jan. 22-26
Arizona at Arizona State

Week of Jan. 29-Feb. 2
Arizona/Arizona State at Washington/Washington State

Week of Feb. 5-9
UCLA/USC at Arizona/Arizona State

Week of Feb. 12-16
Arizona/Arizona State at California/Stanford

Week of Feb. 19-23
Oregon/Oregon State at Arizona/Arizona State

Week of Feb. 26-March 1
Arizona/Arizona State at UCLA/USC

Week of March 4-7
(Regular season ends Saturday, March 7)

Washington/Washington State at Arizona/Arizona State

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