College basketball’s season could be saved by plans for bubbles in big cities

CBS Sports: College basketball’s scheduling infrastructure is a mess at the moment.  If you’re curious about who your school of choice is going to play and when, know this: league schedules have never affected nonconference play more than right now.

Only one conference, the MAAC, had the foresight to not only advance-plan for exactly when it will hold its men’s and women’s basketball games this season — it’s already published the thing.







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