2012 Pac-12 Football Spring Game Schedules: USC, Oregon Readying For Season

We're only weeks away from Pac-12 spring practice season, with spring games following not too long after.

Few 2012 spring game dates have been made known for Pac-12 teams, but why get excited about spring when it feels like spring year-round*? Only four Pac-12 football programs have public spring game schedules, and the list isn't entirely surprising.

* I've never been to Pullman, but surely the entire west coast is exactly like southern California. Surely.

The USC Trojans, Arizona Wildcats and Colorado Buffaloes exhibit on the widely popular April 14, while the Oregon Ducks are set for April 28. Four Pac-12 teams -- Arizona, the Arizona St. Sun Devils, UCLA Bruins and Washington St. Cougars -- feature new coaches this year.

The Pac-12 schedule as presently observable:

Team Spring Game

Arizona 4/14/2012

Arizona State

Cal

Colorado 4/14/2012

Oregon 4/28/2012

Oregon State

Stanford

UCLA

USC 4/14/2012

Utah

Washington

Washington State

For more on the land where it's apparently always spring anyway, visit Pac-12 blog Pacific Takes and browse SB Nation's exquisite list of college football blogs.

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