Between mid-December and early January, the Penn State men’s basketball team had three straight games postponed due to COVID-19.
In turns out, the frustration isn’t done just yet.
Minnesota’s game at Penn State tomorrow night has been postponed due to COVID issues within the Golden Gophers’ program, sources told ESPN.
— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) January 18, 2022
Tuesday afternoon, ESPN’s Jeff Borzello reported that the Wednesday’s game against Minnesota at the Bryce Jordan Center has been postponed due to COVID issues in Minnesota’s program.
Unlike Penn State’s previous three postponements, this is a Big Ten game, so assuming the Minnesota game is indeed postponed, there’s a stronger likelihood that it will be made up at some point, which the other three were not. Penn State’s next scheduled game is at Iowa Jan. 22.
Update: The men’s basketball game between Penn State and Minnesota originally scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 19, has been officially postponed.