An interesting look at the non-conference trials and tribulations colleges are going through to save this years basketball season. From ESPN:

Bubbles, buy games and bid worries: Inside the frenzy to save college basketball's nonconference season
Jeff Borzello
ESPN Staff Writer

Last week's announcement that college basketball will start on Nov. 25 brought a sense of relief to the sport. We are going to have a 2020-21 season, it won't be delayed too long and it will include all the usual staples of a season: nonconference games and holiday tournaments, conference play and conference tournaments and then an NCAA tournament.

But it also sent commissioners, athletic directors and coaches into a frenzy.

Aside from preparing for a season amid various pandemic-related protocols, teams and conferences around the country also need to rebuild the season's schedules. Canceling contracts, moving multi-team events, expanding or changing conference play, creating a bubble-like environment -- everything has been on the table.
You can read the rest here: https://www.espn.com/mens-college-ba...ference-season

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