They will now play on Wednesday, Jan. 13, at 6:30 p.m. ET.
So far, the Xavier game was the only one to be postponed and rescheduled. No ruling has been made yet on the Jan. 5 game against DePaul, or the Jan. 8 one against Marquette.
Now, the “news”:
An expanded NCAA tournament probably won't happen, but it could work like this | ESPN
More NCAA tournament teams isn't likely to be the safest option, but reduced schedules would make it a justifiable one. Here's what 12 more teams in the field would mean.
Class of 2022 guard Corey Floyd Jr. to announce Jan. 14 | Zagsblog
Villanova is in his top eight. He broke down each of his final schools.
Wildcats Game at Xavier Rescheduled to Jan. 13 - Villanova University Athletics
Wildcats to meet Musketeers in game originally slated for Jan. 2
BIG EAST Announces Women's Basketball TV Schedule - Villanova University Athletics
NEW YORK – The BIG EAST Conference today announced the remainder of the television schedule for the 2020-21 women's basketball season. Villanova is slated to make
Arizona self-imposes one-year postseason ban on men's basketball team | ESPN
Arizona's decision to self-impose a one-year postseason ban comes as a result of the NCAA investigation stemming from the 2017 federal investigation into corruption in college basketball and college basketball recruiting.
Florida Gators' Keyontae Johnson rejoins basketball team, works as coach amid recovery | ESPN
Florida forward Keyontae Johnson is back with the team and working as a coach in practice, coach Mike White said Monday.
Arizona, LSU, Auburn postseason bans won't fool NCAA - Sports Illustrated
The new popular strategy is to self-impose a postseason ban in a down season. Don't expect the NCAA to decide that's enough.
NCAA's COVID Response Exposed the Truth - Sports Illustrated
In 2020, the coronavirus laid bare the harsh reality of amateurism: Revenue sports don't prop the whole thing up—they *are* the whole thing.
NCAA, Congress and college sports’ NIL saga: Inside the bills – The Athletic
Congress and the NCAA are in a race to reform how college athletes are compensated. Which plan will win out, and which one should?