NCAA Basketball is going to adopt a bubble model similar to the successful model adopted by the NBA. This non-conference bubble model will feature select cities and arenas chosen for non-conference games starting on November 25th. Today, Coach Chris Mack announced that Louisville will be one of the non-con bubble sites.
Hey D1’s – Get Your Games Here— Chris Mack (@CoachChrisMack) September 18, 2020
Louisville Non Conference Bubble
Nov 25-Dec 5
3-5 games per team
Medical Protocols ✔️
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It’s pretty cool Louisville is going to be one of the host cities for a non-con bubble. It makes since as well because there are no pro teams to schedule around and Louisville has done a tremendous job in hosting NCAA Tournament games.
It will be interesting to see what teams take advantage of the Louisville bubble. You would have to assume quite a few local teams will take part. Probably quite a few regional teams will join in as well. Regardless, it’s going to be a fun and interesting 2020-2021 season.