Southern California has postponed its men's basketball game against Stanford on Thursday due to a suspected COVID-19-related issue within the Trojans program.
The announcement came within an hour of the scheduled tip in Santa Cruz, California.
The Pac-12 will work with both schools to try to reschedule.
The game was originally scheduled for Dec. 13, but was called off because of a case of COVID-19 within the USC program.
Stanford has also had games canceled or postponed against Utah Valley, Cal Poly, Loyola Marymount, Sacramento State and Oregon State. USC's list includes San Francisco, Oregon State and Texas Southern.
The Trojans are scheduled to face California on Saturday. Stanford goes against UCLA on Saturday.
Thursday's USC Trojans vs. Stanford Cardinal men's basketball game postponed
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