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By Matt EganThe Associated PressEditor’s note: This story was originally published on Feb. 12, 2019.

It has been updated to include an update on the NCAA women’s basketball tournament.

Associated PressCollege football will return to action this season, with college basketball’s biggest games coming in 2019.

With its first season under the NCAA tournament umbrella, college basketball is returning to a format that was in place for years before the NCAA’s current model was adopted.

The College Football Playoff has become the gold standard for college basketball.

Its success has propelled college basketball to a global revenue stream that dwarfs even football’s.

In a bid to create a new format that would be financially sustainable, the NCAA is working on a new model for the next five years.

That could mean more teams, more games, more money, more TV rights and more exposure to fans around the world.

But while it’s an ambitious goal, there are a few elements that could benefit college basketball in the long term.

Here are five of the biggest issues facing college basketball as it approaches 2020:College basketball has had a long road to success.

Its existence began with the advent of the men’s college basketball tournament in 1958, when the first women’s tournament was played.

It was the first tournament to include more than one team per conference.

It was also the first time the NCAA allowed for multiple conference tournaments.

In 1960, the first national tournament was held.

The first women won the championship.

It became the first major tournament to be played on an indoor arena.

The first men’s NCAA tournament championship game took place in 1951.

It’s the only NCAA tournament to feature a national champion.

The NCAA and college basketball have never played a major event in their history without the involvement of a major sponsor.

That’s been true from the earliest days of the sport, when teams like Harvard, Duke and Louisville played games on the campus of their schools.

But the past few decades have seen the sport’s prominence and success rise and fall.

And while college basketball has been a fixture in the nation’s sports landscape, it’s never been as big a draw as it is now.

The biggest draw for a college basketball game in 2020 is the chance to get fans to watch.

College basketball has seen a dramatic increase in attendance in the past couple of years, and more teams are playing regularly.

That has led to a new generation of fans, and a desire for fans to get into the game, too.

But that demand for attendance has led some to question whether college basketball will be able to grow its fan base if the tournament is in effect, as it will be for the first two seasons.

The college basketball playoff is still a new concept, with only five teams currently participating in the postseason.

The only major tournament held in the modern era is the NCAA men’s basketball championship game, which is held every year in Omaha, Neb.

The current model of college basketball involves a playoff for the national championship, with the champion advancing to the tournament semifinals, and the runner-up advancing to a second round.

That was the model that was adopted in the early 1970s, when only four teams played in the NCAA championship game.

The last four years have seen more teams play than ever before.

The tournament’s current format, which involves the NCAA awarding each team a $1.5 million payout, is expected to continue to increase.

But that means teams are spending more time on the road than they ever have before.

In 2020, college hoops will play 28 games in its final 28 days of competition.

That number is expected increase to 36 this season.

And there is an increasing trend of scheduling more games than ever.

There are just three games scheduled for the 2020 season, but there are likely to be at least six or seven more scheduled this season as well.

College basketball is going to be a bigger deal in 2020 than it was in 2020 when the NCAA decided to take its first steps toward changing the college basketball landscape.

The fact that college basketball was in the news for so long in the first place is one of the main reasons that college hoops is now bigger than ever in the sport.

But there are still a lot of things that can change.

The 2020 college basketball schedule will be the most expensive in the history of the NCAA.

The average payout for the 2019 season is $1,819, and $1 million is expected for 2020.

The Big East and Pac-12 have both recently announced expansion plans.

The Big East has committed to adding two teams per conference, while the Pac-11 has added a third.

In addition, the Pac 12 is in the process of moving its home games to the Pac Sun in Phoenix, Ariz.

This is a major change for college football, which had been scheduled to play 20 games in 2020.

The conference’s schedule will include just four teams, and those games will take place in either the Las Vegas or Tucson markets.

College football has also been plagued by scheduling

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