One game Louisville basketball should schedule from each power conference.
Louisville basketball’s schedule was set to be a challenging one that included a lot of intriguing no conference matchups. Like the NCAA always does, they attempted to fix something that wasn’t broken, moving the start of the 2020-21 schedule back a few weeks resulting in mass scheduling chaos.
Now as teams are scrambling to put together last minute schedules that allow them to play in a safe manner while challenging themselves, things are starting to become a bit tricky.
Chris Mack has teased the idea of hosting a MTE (aka, a basketball bubble) and it looks like that is actually starting to form, but more teams will be needed to fill the remaining games.
While it’s unlikely that Louisville is going to go head-to-head against any blue blood program from another conference, it’s still fun to dream about it. There’s roughly four or five spots available on the non-conference schedule, depending on what happens with the rest of the Louisville bubble, and with that in mind I wanted to look at dream scenarios.
If Louisville was going to fill their schedule with one game from each conference, this is the way we’d want it to go.