Pac-12 Tournament 2012, Stanford Vs. California: Game Time, TV Schedule And More

The quarterfinals of the Pac-12 tournament continues in Los Angeles on Thursday evening with the Stanford Cardinal taking on their archenemies the California Golden Bears. California lost a chance to win the regular season conference title this past Sunday when Stanford defeated them 75-70, so you better believe California is looking forward to this rematch.

Records: Stanford (21-10, 10-8); California (23-8, 13-5)

Time: 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. PT.

TV: Fox Sports Net

Radio: Stanford: KZSU 90.1 FM (Broadcasters: Sam Fisher, Jacob Jaffe, Anurag Reddy); California: KFRC Radio (flagship) 1550 AM San Francisco, CA, KTKZ Radio 1380 AM Sacramento, CA, KRXA Radio 540 AM Monterey, CA and KESP Radio 970 AM Modesto, CA

Series history in the tournament: This is just the second time the two teams have met in a Pac-10//12 tournament game. The two teams played in the 1990 conference quarterfinals, which Stanford won, 77-61.

Click here for the updated tournament bracket and schedule. For more on UCLA hoops, head over to Bruins Nation. For more on Arizona basketball, check outArizona Desert Swarm. To talk about the Pac-12 tournament in general, head on over to Pacific Takes.

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