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4. Scheduling is a work in progress. They are looking at models that would allow for teams to play equal amounts of games over specific windows of time.
Interpretation: For the most part, the Gophers will have two home-and-homes every five seasons against the 13 other opponents.
Got that? Without division play, the Gophers will be playing Wisconsin and Iowa twice a winter precisely as often as they will be playing Rutgers and Penn State.
Take your head out of a football helmet, Delany, and do what should be done with basketball:
East and West divisions. Home-and-home with six division opponents; six singles and one home-and-home (based on previous season’s standings: 1s vs. 1s, etc.) with the seven teams from the other division.
That’s a 20-game schedule. That’s 10 conference home games. Somehow, the Williams Arena crowd would be able to overcome not seeing Coastal Carolina.
|Atlanta - A. Wood||12:05 PM|
|Philadelphia - A. Burnett|
|Cleveland - D. Salazar||12:08 PM|
|Detroit - J. Verlander|
|Toronto - R. Dickey||12:10 PM|
|Minnesota - K. Gibson|
|Seattle - E. Ramirez||1:05 PM|
|Texas - T. Scheppers|
|Los Angeles - H. Ryu||2:45 PM|
|San Francisco - M. Bumgarner|
|Colorado - F. Morales||5:40 PM|
|San Diego - I. Kennedy|
|St. Louis - A. Wainwright||6:05 PM|
|Washington - T. Jordan|
|Milwaukee - Y. Gallardo||6:05 PM|
|Pittsburgh - E. Volquez|
|NY Yankees - C. Sabathia||6:10 PM|
|Tampa Bay - D. Price|
|Toronto - D. McGowan||6:10 PM|
|Minnesota - M. Pelfrey|
|Boston - J. Lester||7:10 PM|
|Chicago WSox - C. Sale|
|Kansas City - J. Shields||7:10 PM|
|Houston - S. Feldman|
|Los Angeles||9:30 PM|