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  • #16
    Originally posted by Lobot View Post
    Add Furman to the schedule on Dec. 15
    Nice... Finished regular season 25-6 last year, upset in the #2 vs. #7 matchup in the Southern Conference Tournament. #81 in KenPom.

    Leading scorer was a senior, one role player transferred to Rice. But perhaps everyone else will be back.
    Last edited by GoBearcats31; 06-09-2020, 10:37 AM.

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    • #17
      November 13 - Louisville
      November 19 - @ Northern Kentucky
      November 25 - NIT Season Tip-Off (Brooklyn) vs. Arizona, St. John's or Texas Tech *
      November 27 - NIT Season Tip-Off (Brooklyn) vs. Arizona, St. John's or Texas Tech *
      December 12 - @ Tennessee
      December 15 - Furman
      December 19 - @ Georgia
      December 22 - Richmond

      TBD: Xavier (likely in early December)
      TBD: 3-4 other games



      2019-20 KenPom rankings:
      #9 Louisville
      #19 Arizona *
      #21 Texas Tech *
      #45 Xavier
      #46 Richmond
      #66 St. John's *
      #68 Tennessee
      #81 Furman
      #96 Georgia
      #144 NKU

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      • #18
        Lipscomb on November 30
        Brent Wyrick
        92 Final Four Front Row
        @LobotC2DFW

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        • #19
          Article from The Athletic on how the UC/UL game came together (as of now, this article is free/unlocked): https://theathletic.com/1825663/2020...nnati-rivalry/

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          • #20
            Well, Louisville just shut down their voluntary workouts due to positive tests.

            https://www.espn.com/mens-college-ba...-test-positive
            Brent Wyrick
            92 Final Four Front Row
            @LobotC2DFW

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            • #21
              Per Justin Williams, UC is slated to host Western Illinois (5-21 last year) on Nov. 10, which would be the season opener

              November 10 - Western Illinois
              November 13 - Louisville
              November 19 - @ Northern Kentucky
              November 25 - NIT Season Tip-Off (Brooklyn) vs. Arizona, St. John's or Texas Tech *
              November 27 - NIT Season Tip-Off (Brooklyn) vs. Arizona, St. John's or Texas Tech *
              November 30 - Lipscomb
              December - Xavier (most likely early Dec.)
              December 12 - @ Tennessee
              December 15 - Furman
              December 19 - @ Georgia
              December 22 - Richmond

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              • #22
                ESPN is supposedly trying to get its events into a bubble (literally where the NBA is bubbling), which would include the NIT Season Tip-Off. Obviously, Arizona would be in limbo but I had seen tweets (can't confirm anything with facts) that maybe the Pac-12 might take a step back from its prior stance of no sports before Jan 1, 2021.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by GoBearcats31 View Post
                  ESPN is supposedly trying to get its events into a bubble (literally where the NBA is bubbling), which would include the NIT Season Tip-Off. Obviously, Arizona would be in limbo but I had seen tweets (can't confirm anything with facts) that maybe the Pac-12 might take a step back from its prior stance of no sports before Jan 1, 2021.
                  Rothstein:

                  Sources: Orlando will host the following eight early season events during the first few weeks of the college basketball season. Champions Classic Jimmy V Classic Wooden Legacy Preseason NIT Orlando Invitational Charleston Classic Myrtle Beach Invitational Diamond Head Classic

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