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Championship Week starts early with Brad Calipari’s Detroit Mercy

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Detroit Athletics

The calendar has not yet turned to March, but the Madness is already here.

Tonight the first conference tournament of the season tips off when the Horizon League opens postseason play at various campus sites. Brad Calipari’s Detroit Mercy team will be the first to take the hardwood, hosting Robert Morris in a 5-12 matchup at 7 pm ET on ESPN+. If they win the Titans will travel to Northern Kentucky next Tuesday in a second round matchup at BB&T Arena.

After missing postseason play in 2020, the Horizon League bracket is a thing of beauty.

The best news? There are so many more conference tournaments on the way. You can see when each begins here, and while you’re at it, fire up the beautiful sounds of the season.

“Championship Week! Championship Week! There’s really not another week like Championship Week!” 

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

6 Comments for Championship Week starts early with Brad Calipari’s Detroit Mercy



  1. millertim
    11:14 am February 25, 2021 Permalink

    Wonder how much playing time Dontaie Allen would get if his last name was Calipari???



    • chris gettelfinger is not walking through that door
      1:37 pm February 25, 2021 Permalink

      Nah. Cal ran him off. Haha.



    • millertim
      7:45 am February 26, 2021 Permalink

      Hahaha… we both know if Dontaie Allen was Calipari’s kid, he’d be starting!!



  2. BBNBRIAN
    1:01 pm February 25, 2021 Permalink

    This explains why we couldn’t get a game scheduled this week.



  3. Ryan Lemonds Toupee
    8:03 pm February 25, 2021 Permalink

    NCAA tournament invite is “EARNED NOT GIVEN”