As the country continues to navigate its way through COVID-19, the college basketball season inches closer to March.

After last year’s March Madness cancellation, the stakes are especially high from a financial perspective to ensure a safe and successful postseason. The NCAA has already made several adjustments to the 2021 March Madness schedule, including moving the entire event to Indiana and altering the schedule from its typical format.

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Conference tournaments are experiencing scheduling changes as well. Below you will find updates to conference tournament locations, schedules and brackets across college basketball.

Big Ten

Jan. 22: UNOFFICIAL: The Big Ten is considering relocating the 2021 tournament from Chicago to Indianapolis, the site of the NCAA Tournament.

Atlantic 10

Jan. 28: The Atlantic 10 has officially announced that its tournament will be held entirely in the state of Virginia with Richmond and VCU serving as co-hosts.

America East

Jan. 28: The America East has unveiled its 2021 conference tournament which will include both playoff pods and a championship format. Hosts will be dependent on seed and/or geography.

Eli Boettger
Eli Boettger

Heat Check CBB founder, editor