TUCSON (KVOA) -- All but five teams on the Pac-12 men's basketball front have been hit by the Coronavirus.
Oregon State on January 14 became the first team to come off an extended pause in team activities and have to play a conference game. That opponent for the Beavers was the Arizona Wildcats and UA blew OSU out on their home court 98-64.
The Beavers had just two days of practice coming off their pause which begs to ask, is two days enough.
On this edition of Wildcat Breakdown, News 4 Tucson's David Kelly is joined by Pac-12 Deputy Commissioner Jamie Zaninovich.
The two chat about the protocols for teams to Return to Play after a pause, how those guidelines were set, how the conference has handled COVID-19 to this point plus what it means for the conference to have its first woman officiating men's games.
During the non-football season, Kelly is joined on Wildcat Breakdown by an array of analysts who include former UA athletes, local, regional and national sports media personalities as well as collegiate administrators.
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