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Pac-12 Tournament TV Schedule 2012: Washington Faces Oregon State, Oregon Battles Colorado In Quarterfinals

The Washington Huskies and the Oregon St. Beavers get to battle it out for a right to advance to the semifinals. Washington did best Oregon State in their two head-to-head meetings, but the matchup in Corvallis came down to the final seconds. Washington will be looking for a strong performance to try and take advantage of the fatigued Beavers. Whoever wins the Oregon State-Washington contest will be in a semifinal matchup with the Arizona-UCLA winner.

The Oregon Ducks are located at the opposite side of the spectrum as the three seed, where they figure to play one of the toughest semifinal contests against the Colorado Buffaloes. If Oregon wins that, they have a short turnaround before matching up with the Cal-Stanford winner the next night. But the Pacific Northwest stands a good chance of having two teams in the Pac-12 Tournament semifinals.

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Here is the tournament schedule for the rest of the week. All games today will be played on Fox Sports Net.

Quarterfinals: Thursday, March 8
12 p.m.: No. 1 Washington vs. No. 9 Oregon St. (Fox Sports Net)
2:30 p.m.: No. 4 Arizona Wildcats vs. No. 5 UCLA Bruins (Fox Sports Net)
6 p.m.: No. 2 California Golden Bears vs. No. 7 Stanford Cardinal (Fox Sports Net)
8:30 p.m.: No. 3 Oregon vs. No. 6 Colorado (Fox Sports Net)

Semifinals: Friday, March 9

6 p.m. - Semifinal #1: Washington-Oregon State winner vs. Arizona-UCLA winner (Fox Sports Net)
8:30 p.m. - Semifinal #2: Cal-Stanford winner vs. Oregon-Colorado winner (Fox Sports Net)

Championship: Saturday, March 10
3 p.m. - Championship Game (CBS)

Here is the original bracket in PDF form.

To talk about the Pac-12 tournament with fans of any of the Northwest Pacific teams remaining, go to UW Dawg Pound to talk with Washington fans, check out Building the Dam to see what Oregon State fans are thinking about, and hit up Addicted to Quack to talk with Oregon fans. To talk about the tournament in general, go to Pacific Takes.