Front Office Sports: The NCAA has filed a trademark for the phrase “Battle in the Bubble,” signaling what the association’s plans for the 2020-21 Division I basketball season might entail.
The filing, as first noted by trademark attorney Josh Gerben, was made with the USPTO on Aug. 26 and indicates that the NCAA intends to use the phrase in association with collegiate sports, but doesn’t limit what sports it might apply to.
A filing made by the NCAA on Aug. 26 suggests the term would be used on apparel and in entertainment services.
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