Campus Corner

May 3, 2013

College hoops teams can now start practice two weeks earlier

The college basketball offseason is getting shorter. The NCAA on Friday passed a proposal that will allow men’s teams to begin practice two weeks earlier than in the past. Programs will now be able to conduct 30 practices in the six weeks before the first regular-season game, while in the past, those practices were folded into a four-week period before the first game.

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