Fresh off their magical run to the Final Four last season, the Oregon men’s basketball squad released their 2017-18 schedule today.
Oregon will face nine teams at home that played postseason basketball last year, including some big matchups against Arizona and UCLA.
The season kicks off officially on November 10 against Coppin State in Eugene, kicking off a busy schedule of four games in nine days.
Then, the Ducks will head up to Portland for the highly-anticipated PK80 Invitational, facing Connecticut on November 23 at 6:00 PM PT, facing either Michigan State or Depaul the next day, with the championship scheduled for November 26.
Oregon remains at home for the next four games, which includes matchups against Boise State, Colorado State, Texas Southern and Portland State. Their first official road game of the year is December 16 against Fresno State.
Pac-12 play opens for Oregon against Utah on December 29 at 7:00 PM PT. After a Civil War meeting with Oregon State on January 5 in Eugene, the Ducks hit the road to take on Arizona State on January 11, and then a big showdown against Arizona on January 13. The Ducks will close out January with home games against USC (1/18), UCLA (1/20) and OSU (1/27).
Oregon then hits the road for the Bay Area against Cal and Stanford on February 1 and 3, respectively. No matter the records, those seem to always be tough matchups for the Ducks.
In February the Ducks will host Washington at home on the 8th, Washington State on the 11th, and then head south to face USC on the 15th and UCLA on the 17th.
Oregon’s final home games will be on February 22 against Arizona State and February 24 versus Arizona. Their regular season will wrap up with games against Washington State (3/1) and Washington (3/3).
The Pac-12 Tournament will be held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas from March 7-10.