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NCAA vs. NAIA scheduling
NAIA schools are already into the basketball season (Crowley's Ridge started Nov. 2 and Central Baptist's first game was Oct. 30), while NCAA D1 schools do not start until Nov. 25, and D3 Ozarks does not start until January and D2 UAFS has not yet even posted a schedule. Granted that most NAIA crowds are not huge, but then neither are Ozarks' and usually not those at Fort Smith.

The NAIA schools do have occasional cancellations, but they keep plugging along. CBC cancelled games Nov. 6 (Bacone) and Nov. 10, but then came right back on Nov. 17 for a game with Bacone. Crowley's cancelled their Nov. 7 game, but played on Nov. 10. They just roll with the punches and keep coming. On the videos I have watched, the kids seemed to be pretty healthy.
11-12-2020 12:56 PM
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RE: NCAA vs. NAIA scheduling
Most D2 and D3 conferences have yet to give schools permission to even start their seasons. There's a strong possibility that D2 and D3 may not play a single game in any sport until August.
11-16-2020 10:21 PM
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