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Basketball schedule changes
Because I keep seeing it asked. Apparently this got approved last night

1. Divisional Play Only
2. 2 game weekend series against each opponent
3. 4 AState/LR games this season. (Can you let us win one this year?)
4. Games will be played Friday/Saturday at the same site. So as an example, ULM would travel to Little Rock and play you guys on both Friday and Saturday, and then you would return the trip and play them on a Friday/Saturday in Monroe later in the season.
5. Attendance up to schools and Health Department
6. No overall conference champion will be declared, only Divisional Champions
7. All 12 teams will make conference tournament.

Schools have a couple weeks to make any necessary OOC changes and work on venue availability to fit with the new schedule before everything is released.

8. As always, everything is subject to change.
10-21-2020 09:35 PM
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RE: Basketball schedule changes
Wonder what the divisions will be. Same as before?
20-game SBC schedule.
10-22-2020 12:25 PM
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RE: Basketball schedule changes
If #6 is true, who gets the NIT berth (assuming it is held this season)?
10-22-2020 12:29 PM
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RE: Basketball schedule changes
asu, LR, Louisiana, Monroe, UTA, Texas State
10-22-2020 01:58 PM
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RE: Basketball schedule changes
(10-22-2020 12:29 PM)MICHAELSPAPPY Wrote:  If #6 is true, who gets the NIT berth (assuming it is held this season)?

Conferences have always been free to declare their NIT rep however they so choose. Nothing has changed in that regard

It will likely be the Divisional Champ who advances the farthest in the conference tourney
10-26-2020 10:20 AM
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RE: Basketball schedule changes
Divisional play makes more sense this season; look at volleyball.
10-26-2020 11:19 AM
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Basketball schedule changes
Conference USA just announced their revised conference schedule so surely the Sunbelt will announce soon


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