USC postpones basketball game with Stanford due to COVID concerns
COVID-19 concerns have interrupted the USC basketball season for a second time as the Trojans announced their scheduled game Thursday at Stanford is now postponed.
🚨 UPDATE 🚨— USC Men's Basketball (@USC_Hoops) January 21, 2021
Today’s game against Stanford is officially postponed due to a suspected COVID-related issue within our program.
USC (11-3, 5-2 Pac-12) had a three-week hiatus in December due to COVID as well, having two non-conference games cancelled and two conference games postponed at that time.
The Trojans just made up one of those games Tuesday, visiting Oregon State, and added in non-conference contests along the way to recoup other games. Now, things are on hold again.
USC did not provide any other details beyond attributing the postponement to a "suspected COVID-related issues within our program."