USC Seeks Rare Road Win Against Cal At Haas Pavilion

The USC Trojans head to Haas Pavilion in Berkeley tonight to face the Cal Bears looking for the rarest of things: a road victory in the Pac-10. USC is 1-4 on the road in conference this season after finishing 2-7 in each of the last two years. The Trojans are just 5-19 in their last 24 Pac-10 road games.

USC has lost each of their last three trips to Berkeley, and is 3-15 in their last 18 games at Haas Pavilion. Cal beat the Trojans 68-66 on January 22 at Galen Center in Los Angeles. USC has a big opportunity this weekend to avoid playing on the first day of the Pac-10 tournament next month. The Trojans are in eighth place in the conference, but just a half game behind both Cal and Stanford for fifth place. In the Pac-10 tourney, the top six seeds get a bye to the second day while the 7-10 teams duke it out.

Here are tonight's probable starting lineups:

USC (13-12, 5-7)

Cal (13-12, 6-7)

For more information on tonight's game, be sure to read Conquest Chronicles.

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