Only 197 days until the 2020-21 College Basketball season officially begins.
The NCAA approved a 28-game schedule with a 3-game Multi-Team Event (MTE) and a 29-game schedule with a 2-game MTE.
To no surprise, Tulane dismissed TeShaun Hightower from its basketball program. Hightower was charged with murder in connection with a homicide that occurred earlier this month in Georgia.
George Mason grad-transfer Justin Kier committed to Georgia.
Michigan transfer Collin Castleton has committed to Florida.
James Bouknight will return to UConn for the 2020-21 season.
New Orleans transfer Gerrale Gates has committed to Albany.
Marquette will host Albany in the 2020-21 non-conference.
North Carolina will host Charleston on November 13th in Chapel Hill. Part of a multi-year series.
Florida’s Andrew Nembhard has declared for the NBA draft.
Naz Carter is returning to Washington for his senior season.
Memphis transfer Tyler Harris has committed to Iowa State.
Wake Forest officially parted ways with Head Coach Danny Manning. Wake owes Manning a $15M buyout.
Oregon transfer Francis Okoro has committed to Saint Louis.
Cal will host San Francisco on December 13th in Berkeley. Part of a multi-year series.
Ohio State will host Towson in the 2020-21 non-conference.
Tulane will host Central Michigan in the ’20-21 non-conference.
East Carolina will host Southern Mississippi in the 2020-21 non-conference.