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  • 2018-19 Schedule

    2018-19 Schedule (All times will be listed as Central Standard Time)
    I'll update as more information becomes available.


    Black & Yellow Scrimmage
    10/06/18 - Saturday at 2:00pm (Charles Koch Arena) Black - 26 vs. Yellow - 25

    Pre-season Games
    10/21/18 - Closed Door Scrimmage vs. Oklahoma State - Shockers by 14 points (unofficial)
    10/30/18 - Catawba (Exhibition) Win 75-64

    Non-Conference Games (Look for the full schedule to be released around Sept. 15th)
    11/06/18 (Tue. 7:00pm - on YurView KS or ESPN3) vs. Louisiana Tech (Charles Koch Arena) Loss 58-71
    11/09/18 (Fri. 5:00pm - on CBS Sports Network) vs. Providence in Annapolis, Maryland (Veterans Classic) Win 83-80
    11/15/18 (Thu. 6:00pm - on ESPN3) vs. Davidson (Charleston Classic in South Carolina) Loss 53-57
    11/16/18 (Fri. 4:30/6:30pm - on ESPNU/3) vs. Appalachian State (Charleston Classic) Win 82-76
    11/18/18 (Sun. 0:00pm - on ESPNU) vs. Alabama (Charleston Classic) Loss 86-90
    11/25/18 (Sun. 2:00pm - on YurView KS or ESPN3) vs. Rice in Wichita (Charles Koch Arena) Win 90-61
    12/01/18 (Sat. 7:00pm - on CBS Sports Network) vs. Baylor in Wichita at (Charles Koch Arena) Win 71-63
    12/08/18 (Sat 11:00am - on ESPNU/3) at Oklahoma (Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City) Loss 48-80
    12/12/18 (Wed. 7:00pm - on YurView KS or ESPN3) vs. Jacksonville State (Charles Koch Arena) Win 69-65
    12/15/18 (Sat. 4:30pm - on CBS Sports Network) vs. Southern Mississippi (Intrust Bank Arena) Win 63-60
    12/19/18 (Wed. 7:00pm - on YurView KS or ESPN3) vs. Oral Roberts (Charles Koch Arena)
    12/22/18 (Sat. 3:00pm - on ESPN2) at VCU (Richmond, Virginia)

    Conference Games (look for parings announcement around June 15th)
    "As far as scheduling, the AAC will use an 18-game conference basketball slate, with schools playing seven home-and-home games and four one-plays."

    01/03/19 (Thu. 8:30pm - on CBS Sports Network) at Memphis in Memphis
    01/06/19 (Sun. 3:00pm - on ESPN News) vs. Temple in Wichita
    01/12/19 (Sat. 7:00pm - on CBS Sports Network) at Houston in Houston
    01/16/19 (Wed. 9:00pm - on CBS Sports Network) vs. Central Florida in Wichita
    01/19/19 (Sat. 1:00pm - on CBS) vs. Cincinnati in Wichita
    01/22/19 (Tue. 7:00pm - on CBS Sports Network) at South Florida in Tampa
    01/26/19 (Sat. 5:00pm - on CBS Sports Network) at Connecticut in Storrs
    01/30/19 (Wed. 8:00pm - on ESPN2/U) vs. Southern Methodist in Wichita
    02/02/19 (Sat. 1:00pm - on ESPN2/U) vs. Tulsa in Wichita
    02/06/19 (Wed. 6:00pm - on ESPN News) at East Carolina in Greenville
    02/09/19 (Sat. 7:00pm - on ESPN2/U) vs. Tulane in Wichita
    02/17/19 (Sun. 12:00pm - on ESPN) at Cincinnati in Cincinnati
    02/20/19 (Wed. 8:00pm - on ESPN2/U) at Tulsa in Tulsa
    02/23/19 (Sat. 7:00pm - on ESPN2/U) vs. Memphis in Wichita
    02/28/19 (Thu. 6:00pm - on ESPN/2) vs. Connecticut in Wichita
    03/03/19 (Sun. 1:00pm - on CBS Sports Network) at Southern Methodist in Dallas
    03/05/19 (Tue. 8:00pm - on CBS Sports Network) vs. East Carolina in Wichita
    03/09/19 (Sat. 7:30pm - on CBS Sports Network) at Tulane in New Orleans

    AAC Conference Tournament
    03/14/19 Play-In Teams (Thu. 0:00pm - on TBD) at FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee
    03/15/19 (Fri. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD at FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee
    03/16/19 (Sat. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD at FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee
    03/17/19 (Sun. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD at FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee

    NCAA Tournament
    Selection Sunday - March 17

    First Four - March 19 and 20
    Dayton, Ohio

    First/Second Rounds - March 22 and 24
    XL Center, Hartford, Connecticut (Host: University of Connecticut)
    Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa (Host: Drake University)
    Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, Florida (Host: Jacksonville University)
    Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City (Host: University of Utah)
    Colonial Life Arena, Columbia, South Carolina(Host: University of South Carolina)
    Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio (Host: Ohio State University)
    BOK Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma (Host: University of Tulsa)
    KeyArena, Seattle (Host: University of Washington)

    Regional Rounds - March 28 - 31
    West Regional, Honda Center, Anaheim, California (Host: Big West Conference)
    South Regional, KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, Kentucky (Host: University of Louisville)
    East Regional, Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C. (Host: Georgetown University)
    Midwest Regional, Sprint Center, Kansas City, Missouri (Host: Missouri Valley Conference)

    Final Four - April 6-8
    Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Last edited by WuShock Reaper; 9 hours ago.

  • #2
    So no confirmation on if Oklahoma and/or Oklahoma State H/H's are getting extended?

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    • FadedCrown
      FadedCrown commented
      Editing a comment
      Also of note, anyone here interesting in starting the series again with SLU?

    • wsushockerdude
      wsushockerdude commented
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      Nah.

  • #3
    OU, per HCGM on more than one occasion, was extended. I don't believe that OSU has been as of yet.
    Go Shocks!

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    • #4
      Looks like that Baylor game is getting put in Intrust, unless we extend with OSU and put that there instead, or if 3G has another premier H-H in the cards

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      • #5
        Originally posted by FadedCrown View Post
        Looks like that Baylor game is getting put in Intrust, unless we extend with OSU and put that there instead, or if 3G has another premier H-H in the cards
        Baylor game has been reported at CKA on numerous occasions.

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        • FadedCrown
          FadedCrown commented
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          Well, I must have missed that

      • #6
        http://goshockers.com/news/2018/1/31...ath=roundhouse

        Road game at Oklahoma is locked in, per Paul Suellentrop.

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        • #7
          Originally posted by shocks02 View Post
          http://goshockers.com/news/2018/1/31...ath=roundhouse

          Road game at Oklahoma is locked in, per Paul Suellentrop.
          thank you

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          • #8
            Let me be the first to say I hate that bracket in the First Round..........

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            • #9
              Originally posted by shocks02 View Post

              Baylor game has been reported at CKA on numerous occasions.
              Hmm

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              • #10
                "Opinion: CSU, Colorado, Nebraska, Wichita State in basketball, let's get it going" - The Coloradoan

                By Mark Knudson
                Published 2:28 p.m. MT April 10, 2018

                https://www.coloradoan.com/story/spo...ing/502690002/

                "...Get on the phone to Tim Miles — Nebraska's current coach, former CSU coach and Medved’s old boss and friend — and to Wichita State’s coach Gregg Marshall — the school where Boyle made a name for himself as an assistant coach before moving on to coach at Northern Colorado and then CU. And remember, the Shockers came to Fort Collins in 2016.

                Such a four-team event would be a sure-fire sellout.

                When this idea was presented to Boyle in November of 2015, he pointed out that a third party would have to make such a tourney happens per NCAA rules. So be it. Can’t imagine it being that difficult to find a willing promoter and TV partner. Perhaps the fine folks who own the Pepsi Center and its full-time occupants? They like sellout crowds, right?

                Yet there doesn’t seem to be much of that type of opposition, or for these kinds of demands coming from teams that travel to play in similar events in other places on other neutral courts, does there? Why wouldn’t the Huskers and Shockers want to make the short trip for a tourney in Denver that would allow them to play two extra games for that season and make a little money?

                Why would teams require a return trip for a tourney in Denver when it’s not required to play in a tourney in El Paso?

                Assuming that hurdle can be overcome, the event should start out with those four in a tournament setting. It could grow in size to six and eight teams over the next few years.

                For starters, Miles' Huskers have an enormous following in Colorado and the perennial powerful Shockers would most assuredly bring sell-out crowds, even during Broncos season. Playing three games against the Rams;Huskers, (who won 22 games last season and narrowly missed the NCAA tournament, and the Shockers would be the kind of resume builder Boyle is seeking...."

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                • #11
                  Originally posted by WuShock Reaper View Post
                  "Opinion: CSU, Colorado, Nebraska, Wichita State in basketball, let's get it going" - The Coloradoan

                  By Mark Knudson
                  Published 2:28 p.m. MT April 10, 2018

                  https://www.coloradoan.com/story/spo...ing/502690002/

                  "...Get on the phone to Tim Miles — Nebraska's current coach, former CSU coach and Medved’s old boss and friend — and to Wichita State’s coach Gregg Marshall — the school where Boyle made a name for himself as an assistant coach before moving on to coach at Northern Colorado and then CU. And remember, the Shockers came to Fort Collins in 2016.

                  Such a four-team event would be a sure-fire sellout.

                  When this idea was presented to Boyle in November of 2015, he pointed out that a third party would have to make such a tourney happens per NCAA rules. So be it. Can’t imagine it being that difficult to find a willing promoter and TV partner. Perhaps the fine folks who own the Pepsi Center and its full-time occupants? They like sellout crowds, right?

                  Yet there doesn’t seem to be much of that type of opposition, or for these kinds of demands coming from teams that travel to play in similar events in other places on other neutral courts, does there? Why wouldn’t the Huskers and Shockers want to make the short trip for a tourney in Denver that would allow them to play two extra games for that season and make a little money?

                  Why would teams require a return trip for a tourney in Denver when it’s not required to play in a tourney in El Paso?

                  Assuming that hurdle can be overcome, the event should start out with those four in a tournament setting. It could grow in size to six and eight teams over the next few years.

                  For starters, Miles' Huskers have an enormous following in Colorado and the perennial powerful Shockers would most assuredly bring sell-out crowds, even during Broncos season. Playing three games against the Rams;Huskers, (who won 22 games last season and narrowly missed the NCAA tournament, and the Shockers would be the kind of resume builder Boyle is seeking...."
                  Colorado State, Colorado, Nebraska and Wichita State. I guess we can do this tourney next year with a rebuilding squad, but in the future? I don't think so, need a good program in there. (That is not us.)
                  Last edited by FadedCrown; April 11th, 2018, 09:04 AM.

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                  • #12
                    Originally posted by WuShock Reaper View Post
                    2018-19 Schedule (All times will be listed as Central Standard Time)
                    I'll update as more information becomes available.


                    Shocker Madness
                    Look for the date to be released around October 10th, with a date of the event around Wednesday, October 17th.

                    Pre-season Games
                    Closed Door Scrimmage
                    #1 Exhibition
                    #2 Exhibition

                    Non-Conference Games (Look for the full schedule to release around Sept. 15th)
                    #1 - 11/15/18 (Thu. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD Charleston Classic in South Carolina
                    Teams: Alabama, Appalachian State, Ball State, Davidson, Northeastern, Purdue, Virginia Tech and Wichita State with an expected bracket release around August 1st.
                    #2 - 11/16/18 (Fri. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD Charleston Classic in South Carolina
                    #3 - 11/18/18 (Sun. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD Charleston Classic in South Carolina
                    #4 - 00/00/18 (???. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. Baylor in Wichita
                    #5 - 00/00/18 (???. 0:00pm - on TBD) at Oklahoma with specific location to be determined
                    #6 - 00/00/18 (???. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #7 - 00/00/18 (???. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #8 - 00/00/18 (???. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #9 - 00/00/18 (???. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #10 - 00/00/18 (???. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #11 - 00/00/18 (???. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #12 - 00/00/18 (???. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #13 - 00/00/18 (???. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD

                    Conference Games (look for parings announcement around June 15th)
                    "As far as scheduling, the AAC will use an 18-game conference basketball slate, with schools playing seven home-and-home games and four one-plays."

                    #1 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. Central Florida
                    #2 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. Cincinnati
                    #3 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. Coinnecticut
                    #4 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. East Carolina
                    #5 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. Houston
                    #6 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. Memphis
                    #7 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. South Florida
                    #8 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. Southern Methodist
                    #9 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. Temple
                    #10 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. Tulane
                    #11 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. Tulsa
                    #12 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #13 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #14 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #15 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #16 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #17 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD
                    #18 - 00/00/19 (Day. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD

                    AAC Conference Tournament
                    03/14/19 Play-In Teams (Thu. 0:00pm - on TBD) at FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee
                    03/15/19 (Fri. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD at FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee
                    03/16/19 (Sat. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD at FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee
                    03/17/19 (Sun. 0:00pm - on TBD) vs. TBD at FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee

                    NCAA Tournament
                    Selection Sunday - March 17

                    First Four - March 19 and 20
                    Dayton, Ohio

                    First/Second Rounds - March 22 and 24
                    XL Center, Hartford, Connecticut (Host: University of Connecticut)
                    Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa (Host: Drake University)
                    Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, Florida (Host: Jacksonville University)
                    Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City (Host: University of Utah)
                    Colonial Life Arena, Columbia, South Carolina(Host: University of South Carolina)
                    Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio (Host: Ohio State University)
                    BOK Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma (Host: University of Tulsa)
                    KeyArena, Seattle (Host: University of Washington)

                    Regional Rounds - March 28 - 31
                    West Regional, Honda Center, Anaheim, California (Host: Big West Conference)
                    South Regional, KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, Kentucky (Host: University of Louisville)
                    East Regional, Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C. (Host: Georgetown University)
                    Midwest Regional, Sprint Center, Kansas City, Missouri (Host: Missouri Valley Conference)

                    Final Four - April 6-8
                    Minneapolis, Minnesota
                    I’d be ok with tourney games in Tulsa and KC.

                    "You Don't Have to Play a Perfect Game. Your Best is Good Enough."

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                    • #13
                      K-State home/home/neutral in works

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                      • jdmee
                        jdmee commented
                        Editing a comment
                        As long as the "Neutral" is at Intrust, I am fine with that.

                    • #14
                      Hearing the Veterans Classic doubleheader in Annapolis to include:

                      Maryland vs Navy
                      Wichita State vs Providence

                      (to be played before Wichita heads down to Charleston)

                      Love,
                      Husky

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                      • Shock Top
                        Shock Top commented
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                        Would be a great game to pick up. Maybe Marshall and Cooley can work out a series going forward.

                      • Cdizzle
                        Cdizzle commented
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                        I assume our adopted football team's fans would have our backs in this one.

                      • WuShock16
                        WuShock16 commented
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                        For what it is worth, this agrees with what you heard...

                        https://pcbb1917.com/2018-19-schedule/

                    • #15
                      "Oklahoma basketball: Sooners’ load up again in nonconference" - Fansided

                      by Chip Rouse
                      Posted: 04/12/17, 2:00pm cst

                      https://stormininnorman.com/2018/04/...nonconference/

                      "...The Sooners will host Creighton at Lloyd Noble Center, go up against Wichita State at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City and taken on USC at the BOK Center in Tulsa. Creighton and Wichita State both played in the NCAA Tournament this past season, and USC was in the National Invitational Tournament. Oklahoma defeated Wichita State and USC on the road in the nonconference last season when both were ranked...."

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