We’re only 188 days until the 2020-21 college basketball season officially begins.
The Wooden Legacy Tournament in Anaheim, California will be a four-team tournament moving forward. It had previously been eight teams. The 2020 field will be: Kansas, Virginia, UCLA and Georgetown.
Oklahoma and Arkansas will begin a multi-year neutral site series starting next season in Tulsa.
Minnesota will host Kent State in the 2020-21 non-conference.
Billie Gillespie’s return to College Station will be this year. Texas A&M will host Tarleton State in the 2020-21 non-conference.
Wake Forest transfer Olivier Sarr has committed to Kentucky. Immediately eligible.
Alabama will host Furman in the 2020-21 non-conference.
Utah State will open the season against UC Irvine in Logan.
Virginia Tech will host George Washington in the 2020-21 non-conference.
Georgia Tech will host Longwood in the 20-21 non-conference.
Niagara transfer Noah Waterman has committed to Detroit Mercy.
Cal Baptist transfer Bul Kuol has committed to Detroit Mercy.
Kansas State will host UMKC in the 20-21 non-conference.
UTEP grad transfer Anthony Tarke has committed to Coppin State.
Arizona State forward Romello White is in the transfer portal. He was a 3-year starter at ASU.
Temple grad-transfer James Scott committed to Portland State.
Pacific will host Cal-State Fullerton in the 20-21 non-conference.
San Diego State and BYU will begin a home-and-home series in 2020-21 at Veijas Arena. Return game in Provo will be in the 2021-22 season.
Nebraska transfer Kevin Cross committed to Tulane.
Indiana transfer Damezi Anderson committed to Loyola-Chicago.
Minnesota will host UW-Green Bay in the 20-21 non-conference.