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USC basketball: Trojans announce TV schedule for 2011-12 season

Usclogo_200 About half of the USC men's basketball team's 31 games during the 2011-12 regular season are scheduled to be televised, according to a release from the school Monday.

Sixteen USC games are scheduled to be telecast: Six nationally on Fox Sports Net, seven regionally on Prime Ticket or Fox Sports West and one each on the Big Ten Network, the Mountain West Sports Network and Comcast SportsNet.

Here are the six games scheduled to be shown on Fox Sports Net:

Dec. 17 vs. Georgia at the Galen Center (7 p.m.)
Dec. 22 vs. Kansas at the Galen Center (8 p.m.)
Jan. 8 vs. Arizona at the Galen Center (2:30 p.m.)
Jan. 15 vs. UCLA at the Galen Center (6 p.m.)
Feb. 4 at  Washington (8 p.m.)
Feb. 12 vs. Stanford (4:30 p.m.)

Also, the Trojans' Nov. 26 game at the Las Vegas Invitational is scheduled to be shown nationally on ESPN2 if they face North Carolina in the final or semifinals.

Here's the list of USC games that are scheduled to air regionally on Prime Ticket or Fox Sports West:

Nov. 14 vs. Nebraska (Prime Ticket, 7:30 p.m.)
Dec. 10 vs. New Mexico (FS West, 4 p.m.)
Dec. 31 at Stanford (FS West, 3:30 p.m.)
Jan. 21 at Oregon State (Prime Ticket, 7:30 p.m.)
Jan. 28 vs. Utah (Prime Ticket, 8 p.m.)
Feb. 15 at UCLA (Prime Ticket, 7:30 p.m.)
Feb. 25 at Arizona State (Prime Ticket, 5 p.m.)

Also, USC’s games Feb. 9 vs. Cal, Feb. 23 at Arizona, March 1 vs. Washington and March 3 vs. Washington State are listed as "wild-card" games under consideration to be televised.

Lastly, three of USC’s road games are scheduled to be televised in the local market and will be available on some cable systems in L.A. Those games are:

Nov. 17 at San Diego State (Mountain West Sports Network, Channel 4 San Diego, 7 p.m.)
Dec. 3 at Minnesota (Big Ten Network, 1:15 p.m.)
Dec. 29 at California (Comcast SportsNet California, 6 p.m.)

-- Baxter Holmes

 
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