The Boston University men’s basketball team isn’t known for being particularly good.
The Terriers have made it into the NCAA tournament seven times. They have a 2-7 record there, but that’s somewhat deceiving; after two wins in the 1959 tournament, the Terriers haven’t won since.
Their last appearance was in the 2011 tournament — where, as the 16th seed, they lost to No. 1 seed Kansas 72-53. It didn’t really bust up anyone’s bracket, I don’t think.
All of which is to say it’s probably no great loss to anything but our collective sanity that the team isn’t going to be breathing easily for the upcoming season.
No, not breathing easy, breathing easily.
See, Boston U officials don’t want their players to get COVID-19. They also feel the need to send out a strong signal about