Kyle Fogg has happy memories about the L.A. schools.
Photo by Wildcat Sports Report

The top four teams in the Pac-10 – and the only four teams more than two games above .500 overall – play each other this week.

TWIT-Pac shows you when and where to watch. You’re on your own for the how.

Thu. Jan. 27
(all times Arizona/Mountain)

Road Team Home Team Time TV
USC ASU 6:30 p.m.
Oregon Stanford 8 p.m.
OSU Cal 9 p.m. FSN

FSN = Fox Sports Net

Sat. Jan. 29

Road Team Home Team Time TV
UCLA ASU 1:30 p.m. FSN
Oregon Cal 4 p.m. CSN CA
OSU Stanford 8 p.m.

CSN CA = Comcast SportsNet California
FSAZ = Fox Sports Arizona

Sun. Jan. 30

Road Team Home Team Time TV
Washington WSU 8 p.m. FSN

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A peek at the week that will be:

Thu. Jan. 27

USC (11-9 / 3-4) at ASU (9-10 / 1-6)
Oregon and OSU were supposed to duke it out for last place but somebody forgot to tell the Sun Devils.

UCLA (13-6 / 5-2) at ARIZONA (16-4 / 5-2)
The winner is the league’s last hope to challenge Washington. In that case Walnut Creek should be rooting for the Cats because the Bruins have already lost to UW at home.

Oregon (9-10 / 2-5) at Stanford (10-8 / 3-4)
The Cardinal hasn’t won since shocking Washington two weeks ago. Hosting the Oregon schools is just what the doctoral candidates ordered.

OSU (8-10 / 3-4) at Cal (10-9 / 3-4)
Cal has split every Pac-10 weekend series thus far. Will the Beavers be able to benefit?

Sat. Jan. 29

The Bruins have five guys averaging at least nine points but none over 14. Balance? Yes. Superstars? No.

Oregon at Cal
Oregon has one road win all year. But if you’re only going to get one, beating your rival isn’t a bad one to have.

The Trojans’ four conference losses are by an average of 4.5 points, including an overtime loss to Washington.

OSU at Stanford
As the year goes on Arizona’s loss to Oregon State looks worse and worse.

Sun. Jan. 30

Washington (15-4 / 7-1) at WSU (14-6 / 4-4)
Since Klay Thompson struggled against the UA he’s ready to go Jimmer on the Huskies, right?

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I can’t help but be nervous about the Wildcats’ games this week. Last year UCLA led by 14 in Tucson before Kyle Fogg started shooting threes like Derrick Williams to spark the comeback.

Against KO & Co. the Cats needed an iffy foul call and Fogg making three free throws with two-tenths of a second left just to get into the first of two overtimes. These games won’t be easy.

Hopefully Fogg remembers where he put that Superman cape. Or, better yet, maybe the new uniforms will have the Superman logo printed on everyone’s back.

Anything to keep the Kryptonite out of McKale.

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