DAYTON – The Wright State men’s basketball game against Purdue Fort Wayne on Sunday afternoon inside the Nutter Center has been moved up to a 12 p.m. tipoff from its original 2 p.m. time.
Wright State and Fort Wayne agreed to move up the start by two hours to avoid conflicting with the AFC Championship game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs at 3:05 p.m. and allow fans the opportunity to cheer on both the Raiders and Bengals.
Wright State travels to take on Northern Kentucky on Tuesday night before kicking off the homestand with a nationally televised 9 p.m. tipoff Friday night against Cleveland State on ESPNU. The weekend concludes with the now-12 p.m. contest against Fort Wayne on Sunday afternoon.
COURTESY WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS