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Pandemic leaves college hoops in disarray
The 2020/2021 college basketball season starts Wednesday under the cloud of the Covid-19 pandemic. (AP)
Wichita State landed in Sioux Falls, South Dakota on Monday afternoon, masked up and looking forward to tipping off the season in the Crossover Classic. A few hours later, the Shockers announced they were out of the tournament after multiple positive COVID-19 tests. Event organizers said the tests came from two players who were re-tested before the final decision was made. This is the reality of College Basketball in 2020/2021.
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