The Bird Level
Way to capitalize on the new head coach wanting to get schedule stability quickly.
On the gosycamores.com website, the Rose-Hulman exhibition game is showing as canceled. However, it's not showing as canceled on the Rose Hulman athletics site.UPDATED
Nov 4th vs Rose-Hulman (exhibition)
Nov 10th @North Dakota State
Nov 13th @Purdue
Nov 23rd - 25th Gulf Coast Showcase - 3 Games
Dec 2nd @ Dayton
Dec 9th vs Wyoming
Dec 19th vs Ball State
Dec 22nd vs SEMO
Gulf Coast Showcase website still hasn't updated with confirmed teams either.On the gosycamores.com website, the Rose-Hulman exhibition game is showing as canceled. However, it's not showing as canceled on the Rose Hulman athletics site.
Also, the Dayton game is not showing on our schedule yet. Sooooo....there's that.
Essentially the same thing the NBA and NHL are doing. I would assume all of the teams in the conference would come into whatever city and play whatever sort of schedule they end up coming up with. Here in Vegas, we have 3 different facilities that regularly host basketball and quite a few more that could be setup to do so. The big ones are:MEN's college basketball was the only thing I was looking forward to in organized athletics, since pro sports has been forever ruined. What does looking into bubbles for conferences mean?
Only thing that makes sense is they wanted to give them some additional time for logistics.I would laugh if the global pandemic wasn't such a serious subject, that...the NCAA thinks delaying the season by 12 days will make any kind of impact on the public health of the student athletes, coaches, staff, and general population.
With that said, from a selfish point of view, I'm glad there will be games available on tv/streamed that will entertain me while I watch from the relative safety of my couch.
My guess is we'd have had to play them when we were in the MTE. I saw an article on ESPN about Louisville trying to create a bubble for local programs to play a non-con slate.We’re now not playing against Purdue? I wonder what changed there.
Yeah makes sense. I didn’t realize when I made my last post that the Purdue game was scheduled before 11/25. I suppose there just wasn’t another date available.My guess is we'd have had to play them when we were in the MTE. I saw an article on ESPN about Louisville trying to create a bubble for local programs to play a non-con slate.
Louisville is planning a nonconference bubble between Nov. 25 and Dec. 5, coach Chris Mack tweeted on Friday and other conferences have discussed forming a nonconference bubble in Las Vegas.www.espn.com