With the regular season wrapped up, we now know the Pac-12 Tournament pairings, seedings and game times.
Here's the full bracket, courtesy of Pac-12.com:
The Arizona Wildcats are the four-seed, and will face the winner of Colorado/Washington State Thursday afternoon at 3:30 PM Arizona time, or 2:30 PM if you're in Vegas and on Pacific time.
The game will be broadcast on Pac-12 Networks, but as has been the case all season, you may be in trouble if you live in a region that doesn't have a team in the game. According to talk amongst media members after the Stanford game, Arizona's games will only be available on Pac-12 Network, Pac-12 Arizona, and the regional network of the team they're playing. So if you live in, say, California or Oregon, you might not be able to watch the game on your TV. That is a horrible idea by the conference, but seems to be the hand we're dealt.
The announcers will also be subpar:
Kevin Calabro and Don MacLean will work #arizonawildcats game on Thursday on Pac-12 Net. If UA makes semis, Walton & Ted Robinson on call— Bruce Pascoe (@BrucePascoe) March 6, 2016
The bracket sets up perfectly for Arizona's redemption tour, with the likely possibilities of Colorado and Oregon as their first two matchups. It also gives the Wildcats a great chance to bolster their NCAA Tournament resume, and possibly move up a seed line or two in the next week.