2022 Pac-12 Conference Tournament Bracket, Schedule, Odds: Who Can Beat Arizona and UCLA?
The Pac-12 kicks off its tournament on Wednesday at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
This is as top-heavy as the conference has been in recent memory. Both the UCLA Bruins and Arizona Wildcats have spent most of the season ranked inside the top 10 in the AP Poll. Arizona comes in as the No. 1 seed while UCLA will be the No. 2 seed.
The only other team from the Pac-12 that is expected to make the NCAA Tournament is the USC Trojans. They earned the three seed in the tournament.
The Colorado Buffaloes round out the top four that will receive first-round byes.
No. 8 Arizona State and No. 6 Washington are the two teams that could possibly make a run from the bottom half of the bracket.
Last year, Oregon State entered the tournament as the No. 5 seed before going on to win the Pac-12 and making a run to the Elite Eight.
2022 Pac-12 Tournament Bracket
2022 Pac-12 Tournament Schedule
The Pac-12 tips things off with seeds 5-12 playing on Wednesday. The tournament will crown a champion on Saturday night at 9 p.m. ET.
All games from the first two rounds will be played on Pac-12 Network besides the winner of Washington/Utah vs. USC which will be played on FS1. The semifinals will be on Pac-12 and FS1 while the championship will be shown on FOX.
All times ET
|8. Arizona State vs. 9. Stanford||Wed, 3 pm|
|5. Oregon vs. 12. Oregon State||Wed, 5:30 pm|
|7. Washington State vs. 10. California||Wed, 9 pm|
|6. Washington vs. 11. Utah||Wed, 11:30 pm|
|1. Arizona vs. G1 Winner||Thurs, 3 pm|
|4. Colorado vs. G2 Winner||Thurs, 5:30 pm|
|2. UCLA vs. G3 Winner||Thurs, 9 pm|
|3. USC vs. G4 Winner||Thurs, 11:30 pm|
|Semifinal 1||Fri, 9 pm|
|Semifinal 2||Fir, 11:30 pm|
|Championship||Sat, 9 pm|
Odds courtesy of PointsBet
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