Midnight Madness could start earlier
Friday, April 19, 2013
Men’s basketball teams will be allowed to begin their first practice – celebrated at many schools with Midnight Madness events – possibly up to two weeks earlier than in the past, under a proposal advancing in Division I. The Legislative Council this week amended and approved a long-tabled measure that will now allow men’s basketball teams to conduct 30 days of practice in the six weeks before their first regular-season game. (NCAA.org)
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