MoMo Jones looks for some pants to beat.
Photo by Chris Morrison-US PRESSWIRE

We have to wait until Sunday to see how the Arizona Wildcats do against Arizona State in the UA’s first game under the new world order.

Until then, make yourself comfortable and spend the week joining TWIT-Pac in rooting against all Bruins and Huskies.

Thu. Feb. 10
(all times Arizona/Mountain)

Road Team Home Team Time TV
Cal Washington 7 p.m. FSNW
Stanford WSU 8 p.m.
Oregon UCLA 8:30 p.m. PT
OSU USC 9 p.m. FSN

FSNW = Fox Sports Northwest
PT = Prime Ticket
FSN = Fox Sports Net

Sat. Feb. 12

Road Team Home Team Time TV
Cal WSU 3 p.m.
Stanford Washington 6:30 p.m. FSNW
Oregon USC 8:30 p.m. PT

Sun. Feb. 13

Road Team Home Team Time TV

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Thu. Feb. 10

Cal (13-10 / 6-5) at Washington (15-7 / 7-4)
Usually you don’t worry about fatigue being a factor in a Thursday game, but the Bears had three players log over 50 minutes each against Arizona. Mike Montgomery may want to make the most of his timeouts.

Stanford (12-10 / 5-6) at WSU (16-7 / 6-5)
The Team of Klay salvaged a win at OSU last week. The Cougars need to take all four of their remaining home games to have a shot at a tournament bid.

Oregon (12-11 / 5-6) at UCLA (16-7 / 7-3)
The Ducks have won four of their last five. Would it be too much to make it five of six?

OSU (9-13 / 4-7) at USC (12-11 / 4-6)
The Beavers are the anti-Ducks, having lost four of their last five games. Wildcat Universe is very grateful the one win was against Washington.

Sat. Feb. 12

The UA is the only team to beat UCLA since Jan. 9. Ben Howland isn’t dead yet.

Cal at WSU
These two teams enter the week tied for 4th place. If the Bears had won the triple-overtime game they’d only be a game out of 1st.

Stanford at Washington
The Cardinal was the first team to show UW is vulnerable. You can call it revenge but the Huskies are desperate to beat anybody.

Oregon at USC
Huge games this week for the Trojans…if they want to stay out of 9th place.

Sun. Feb. 13

ARIZONA (20-4 / 9-2) at ASU (9-14 / 1-10)
1-10 is ASU’s Pac-10 record, not the highway you take to get to the game.

The Sun Devils don’t have any wins to show for it but they’ve been very competitive the last two weeks. And don’t forget, the Cats were only up four in Tucson with just over six minutes left the first time these two teams played. The Devils didn’t exactly have their pants beaten off.

The Wildcats have big dreams. The goal is 14-4. Winning five more games secures a Pac-10 championship. Yes, if you lose to both UCLA and Washington one of them could catch you, but I have confidence that the balance of the conference and the difficulty of the road will pin losses on people.

So a handful of wins, and it doesn’t matter who they’re against. Beating your in-state rival on national TV would be a great way to get win #1.

Have fun driving up 1-10!

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