Faculty basketball video games affected by COVID-19: Baylor postpones two upcoming matchups

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Baylor coach Scott Drew and the Large 12 introduced Thursday that undefeated No. 2 Bears could have their subsequent two video games postponed, with Baylor citing “the Large 12 Convention males’s basketball interruption pointers” as the rationale. Baylor was set to host TCU on Saturday and play at No. 9 Oklahoma on Wednesday. The league is anticipated to work with the groups to reschedule the video games.

The interruption comes because the Bears (17-0, 9-0 Large 12) have positioned themselves because the unquestioned frontrunners within the Large 12 and heavy favorites to land a No. 1 seed within the NCAA Match subsequent month. They’re one among simply three unbeaten groups remaining in faculty basketball together with No. 1 Gonzaga and No. 25 Drake, and the one one of many trio that performs in a serious convention. The Bears have but to win a sport by fewer than eight factors and soundly defeated No. 6 Texas 83-69 on Tuesday night time.

This is not the primary pause for Baylor throughout a season that has been rife with COVID-19 interruptions throughout the nation. A sport in opposition to Tarleton State in December was canceled and a gathering with Texas postponed whereas the Bears had been on pause because of COVID-19 points. A extremely anticipated showdown with Gonzaga was additionally nixed in December simply hours earlier than tip-off.

As Baylor’s schedule stands now, this system’s first sport again on the court docket could be Feb. 15 at West Virginia after an almost two-week layoff. An earlier date with the Mountaineers was postponed in January because of COVID-19 points within the WVU program. 

Baylor is not the one packages experiencing comparable struggles, so under we’re monitoring all the foremost postponements and cancellations associated to COVID-19.

Upcoming notable postponements or cancellations

  • Feb. 6: TCU at Baylor
  • Feb. 6: Florida State at Pittsburgh
  • Feb. 6: Santa Clara at Gonzaga
  • Feb. 6: Michigan State at Michigan
  • Feb. 7: Xavier at Villanova
  • Feb. 9: Florida State at Virginia Tech
  • Feb. 10: Baylor at Oklahoma

TEAMS NOT COMPETING IN 2020-21

  • Bethune-Cookman
  • Maryland-Jap Shore
  • Chicago State (suspended season after 0-9 begin, citing choice to “concentrate on the well being, security, and educational pursuits of the Males’s Basketball student-athletes.”)
  • Ivy League — BrownColumbiaCornellDartmouthHarvardPennPrinceton and Yale

Earlier notable postponements or cancellations

  • Nov. 25: UTSA at Oklahoma 
  • Nov. 25: Virginia vs. Maine (Uncasville, Connecticut)
  • Nov. 25: Central Arkansas at Ole Miss
  • Nov. 25: Gardner-Webb at Duke — rescheduled for Dec. 19, then canceled
  • Nov. 25: Northern Arizona at Arizona
  • Nov. 25-27: Creighton at Crossover Traditional (Sioux Falls, South Dakota)
  • Nov. 25-27: Texas A&M at Crossover Traditional (Sioux Falls)
  • Nov. 25: Western Illinois at DePaul
  • Nov. 25: UMass Lowell vs. Florida
  • Nov. 25: Stanford vs. Utah Valley
  • Nov. 25: Drexel at Penn State
  • Nov. 26: Baylor vs. Arizona State at Empire Traditional (Uncasville)
  • Nov. 26: Jackson State vs. Ole Miss
  • Nov. 27: Arkansas State at Ole Miss
  • Nov. 27; Baylor at Empire Traditional (Uncasville)
  • Nov. 27: Virginia vs. Florida (Uncasville)
  • Nov. 27: Florida State vs. Gardner-Webb — rescheduled for Dec. 21
  • Nov. 28 Oklahoma at UCF
  • Nov. 28: Chicago State at DePaul
  • Nov. 29: Baylor at Seton Corridor
  • Nov. 29: Gardner-Webb at Georgia
  • Nov. 30: Lengthy Seaside State at UCLA
  • Nov. 30: Belmont Abbey at Charlotte
  • Dec. 1: Towson at Maryland 
  • Dec. 1: Alcorn State at DePaul
  • Dec. 1: Vanderbilt vs. UConn (Uncasville)
  • Dec. 2: Colorado at Arizona — rescheduled for Dec. 28
  • Dec. 3: Vanderbilt at Legends Traditional (Uncasville)
  • Dec. 4: UNC Greensboro at Louisville
  • Dec. 4: Florida A&M at South Florida
  • Dec. 5: Gonzaga vs. Baylor (Indianapolis)
  • Dec. 5: NC State vs. UConn: (Uncasville)
  • Dec. 5: Alabama A&M at Ohio State
  • Dec. 5: James Madison at Maryland
  • Dec. 5: UT-Martin at Illinois
  • Dec. 5: Purdue-Fort Wayne at Notre Dame
  • Dec. 5: Ole Miss at Memphis       
  • Dec. 6: Florida A&M at Nebraska
  • Dec. 6: DePaul at Iowa State
  • Dec. 8: Fordham at Saint John’s
  • Dec. 8: Tarleton State at Gonzaga
  • Dec. 9: Louisville at Wisconsin
  • Dec. 9: Michigan State at Virginia
  • Dec. 9: NC State at Michigan
  • Dec. 9: Robert Morris at West Virginia
  • Dec. 10: Southern at Gonzaga
  • Dec. 11: Saint John’s at UConn
  • Dec. 12: Xavier at Windfall   
  • Dec. 12: Northern Arizona at Gonzaga
  • Dec. 12: Charleston Southern at Duke
  • Dec. 12: Saint John’s at Texas Tech
  • Dec. 13: Stanford at USC 
  • Dec. 13: SIU-Edwardsville at Northwestern
  • Dec. 13: Texas at Baylor
  • Dec. 13: William & Mary at Virginia 
  • Dec. 13: UConn at Georgetown
  • Dec. 15: Tarleton State at Baylor
  • Dec. 15: Detroit at Kentucky
  • Dec. 15: Seton Corridor at Xavier
  • Dec. 16: NC State at Louisville
  • Dec. 16: Northern Iowa at Wisconsin
  • Dec. 18: Xavier at DePaul 
  • Dec. 17: DePaul at Windfall 
  • Dec. 19: Virginia vs. Villanova (at Madison Sq. Backyard)
  • Dec. 19: Gardner-Webb at Duke
  • Dec. 19: Houston at Alabama
  • Dec. 19: South Carolina at Clemson
  • Dec. 21: San Diego at Arizona
  • Dec. 22: Notre Dame at Syracuse
  • Dec. 22: VCU at LSU
  • Dec. 22: UNLV at Wyoming
  • Dec. 23: UCLA at Oregon
  • Dec. 23: South Carolina State at South Carolina
  • Dec. 23: UConn at DePaul
  • Dec. 29: South Carolina at Kentucky
  • Dec. 30: Syracuse at Wake Forest
  • Dec. 31: San Diego State at UNLV
  • Jan. 2: North Carolina at Syracuse (rescheduled for Jan. 12)
  • Jan. 2: DePaul at St. John’s
  • Jan. 2: Arizona State at Washington
  • Jan. 2: Memphis at Temple
  • Jan. 2: Virginia Tech at Virginia
  • Jan. 2: San Diego State at UNLV
  • Jan. 3: Wisconsin at Penn State
  • Jan. 4: San Diego State at UNLV
  • Jan. 5: Villanova at DePaul
  • Jan. 5: Memphis at UCF
  • Jan. 5: Nebraska at Purdue
  • Jan. 6: Georgia Tech at Notre Dame
  • Jan. 6: UMass at George Washington
  • Jan. 6: Penn State at Ohio State
  • Jan. 6: Oregon State at Utah
  • Jan. 6: Temple at Tulane
  • Jan. 7: Gonzaga vs. Santa Clara
  • Jan. 8: Villanova vs. Marquette
  • Jan. 9: Florida State at Pittsburgh 
  • Jan. 9: Clemson at North Carolina
  • Jan. 9: South Carolina at Ole Miss 
  • Jan. 9: Oregon State at Colorado
  • Jan. 9: LSU at Missouri  
  • Jan. 9: Virginia Tech at Louisville
  • Jan. 9: Michigan at Penn State
  • Jan. 12: Clemson at Syracuse
  • Jan. 12: West Virginia at Baylor
  • Jan. 12: Vanderbilt at Missouri
  • Jan. 12: Tennessee at Vanderbilt
  • Jan. 12: Tennessee at South Carolina
  • Jan. 13: Illinois at Nebraska
  • Jan. 13: DePaul at Georgetown
  • Jan. 13: Iowa State at Kansas State
  • Jan. 13: Villanova at Xavier
  • Jan. 14: Michigan State at Iowa
  • Jan. 14: SMU at Memphis
  • Jan. 14: Arizona State at Oregon
  • Jan. 14: Houston at South Florida
  • Jan. 16: Iowa State at Kansas
  • Jan. 16: Oklahoma at Oklahoma State
  • Jan. 16: Georgia Tech at NC State
  • Jan. 16: Georgetown at Windfall
  • Jan. 16: Arizona at Oregon
  • Jan. 16: TCU at West Virginia
  • Jan. 16: Xavier at Seton Corridor
  • Jan. 17: Wichita State at SMU
  • Jan. 17: Indiana at Michigan State
  • Jan. 18: Notre Dame at Howard
  • Jan. 19: Oklahoma State at West Virginia
  • Jan. 19: UCLA at Oregon
  • Jan. 20: Texas at Iowa State
  • Jan. 20: Texas Tech at TCU
  • Jan. 20: NC State at Virginia
  • Jan. 20: Boston Faculty at Virginia Tech
  • Jan. 20: Nebraska at Minnesota
  • Jan. 20: Xavier at UConn
  • Jan. 20: Georgetown at Marquette
  • Jan. 20: East Carolina at South Florida
  • Jan. 20: Texas A&M at Vanderbilt
  • Jan. 20: SMU at Tulane
  • Jan. 20: Cincinnati at Temple
  • Jan. 21: USC at Stanford
  • Jan. 22: Seton Corridor at Butler
  • Jan. 23: Texas at TCU
  • Jan. 23: Iowa State at Texas Tech
  • Jan. 23: Illinois at Michigan State
  • Jan. 23: Tulane at Tulsa
  • Jan. 23: Pittsburgh at Boston Faculty
  • Jan. 24: Nebraska at Iowa
  • Jan. 24: South Florida at Wichita State
  • Jan. 26: Georgetown at Xavier
  • Jan. 27: Wichita State at Cincinnati
  • Jan. 27: Temple at South Florida
  • Jan. 27: Boston Faculty at Clemson
  • Jan. 28: Villanova at UConn
  • Jan. 28: Oregon at UCLA
  • Jan. 30: San Francisco at BYU
  • Jan. 30: St. Bonaventure at Davidson
  • Jan. 30: Indiana at Michigan
  • Jan. 30: Boston Faculty at Louisville
  • Jan. 30: Cincinnati at South Florida
  • Jan. 30: Oregon at USC
  • Jan. 31: UConn at St. John’s
  • Feb. 1: Oregon at UCLA
  • Feb. 2: Kentucky at Missouri (moved to Feb. 3)
  • Feb. 2: Florida State at Boston Faculty
  • Feb. 3: Louisville at Syracuse
  • Feb. 3: Vanderbilt at Texas A&M 
  • Feb. 3: Xavier at DePaul
  • Feb. 3: Michigan at Northwestern
  • Feb. 4: Loyola Marymount at Gonzaga

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