Duck Territory: The Pac-12 Conference may end up backtracking on their decision to postpone men’s and women’s college basketball till January 2021, and instead, begin playing their seasons earlier than planned.
According to a report by The Mercury News’ Jon Wilner, the league is going to “re-evaluate its decision to postpone the basketball season until 2201 if favorable circumstances unfold inside NCAA headquarters and on the campuses” of the Pac-12.
Multiple reports are out that say the Pac-12 could be leaning towards changing its start date for college basketball again.
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