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College basketball teams begin practice

Lee Faria
Updated: October 14, 2020 06:44 PM
Created: October 14, 2020 04:23 PM

 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- The NCAA allowed college basketball teams to begin practice on Wednesday.

The Lobos are among the teams which resumed practice. 

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Unlike the Lobos, the New Mexico State University Aggies are still practicing in small groups. 

The team still needs to lay out a COVID-safe plan that would need to be approved by the governor.

Once that process is completed, Coach Chris Jans said the biggest challenge will be putting a schedule together.

"Any coach in America gets on some kind of interview, and says they love scheduling, it's a joy, and they get so much out of it, and you don't hear that now," Jans said. "It's just a different game, you know? Everyone's scheduling and it's the middle of October. More people are not done with their schedule than they are done, and I think it's going to go into November."

The NCAA plans to kickoff the college basketball season Nov. 25. 


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