Facing Stanford in Palo Alto on Thursday night, USC basketball must shake off poor road form to bounce back from their first home loss of the season.
With the wound of their first loss at the Galen Center this season still fresh, USC (19-8) basketball travels north to face Stanford (13-12) hoping to achieve the 20-win mark for the first time since 2009.
Though the Trojans have not beaten the Cardinal in four consecutive attempts, Stanford is just 4-3 at Maples Pavilion in conference play this season. USC, meanwhile, has lost four straight road games, with their last away win coming down the freeway at Pauley Pavilion.
Senior forward Rosco Allen will lead the Cardinal while the Trojans will call upon guards Jordan McLaughlin and Julian Jacobs to pick up positive momentum heading towards the conference tournament.
Tip off between USC and Stanford is at 8:00 p.m. Pacific on the Pac-12 Networks.
Rich Cellini will be on play-by-play duty while Mike Montgomery will offer color commentary.
The game will also be broadcast on radio by ESPN 710 and on TuneIn Radio. Chris Fisher will handle the radio call with Jordan Moore beside him as an analyst.
DirecTV: —Dish: Channel 406/409AT&T U-Verse: Channel 759/1759Verizon FiOS: —Time Warner Cable: Channel 375/376 or Click here for your local guide.
For those lucky Trojans with a Pac-12 Network subscription through their TV provider, the game can be viewed live and legally on the Pac-12 website and via their mobile app.
To access the USC vs. Washington live stream from the Pac-12 Networks, you can click here.
Just open the video player and provide authentication through your TV provider when prompted.
Providers with deals to carry the Pac-12 network include AT&T U-Verse, Bright House, Comcast XFINITY, Cox, DISH, and Time Warner Cable, among others.
If you don’t have access to a computer, you can also watch the game from your mobile device with the Pac-12 Now mobile app, which is available on Apple devices like the iPhone, iPad or iTouch, as well as on Android devices and the Amazon Fire phone or Kindle.
To download the Pac-12 Now app click here.
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