News ESPN plans to move college basketball events to ESPN Wide World of Sports

NelleBelle

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Ugh— if this happens, do we have a guess where they’re going to be lodged and for how long ( and when)??
 

EPCOT-O.G.

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Ugh— if this happens, do we have a guess where they’re going to be lodged and for how long ( and when)??
It looks like these are those preseason invitationals they have. Usually a few days, maybe a week tops. Often over holidays (Thanksgiving to early December)
 

FeelsSoGoodToBeBad

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My first thought was that March Madness would further complicate (crowd) Spring Break, but that's my selfish concerns raising their ugly head. Reading the ... blurb?..... that doesn't seem to be the case, though. 🤷‍♀️
 

Magic Feather

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They’re college kids. All-Stars will do.
The issue is that whenever Disney opens a resort for a sports team, they don’t want to have to reclose it, so they would just open it to the public. Disney isn’t really wanting to add a lot more to their hotel line up atm.
 

NelleBelle

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My first thought was that March Madness would further complicate (crowd) Spring Break, but that's my selfish concerns raising their ugly head. Reading the ... blurb?..... that doesn't seem to be the case, though. 🤷‍♀️
I know! This was my first thought thought, too 😮 But I think we’ve decided to go late enough that we won’t encounter this (we were initially tossing around March but I think we are definitely thinking May). It’s one thing if they open All Star resorts but a potential annoyance if they don’t (thinking of when NBA played—only worse as it’s college kids with no self control as we’ve seen lately). 😠
 

Figments Friend

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The Good Year Blimp has been cruising the skies above Pop Century for the last four nights I have been staying here.
Kinda cool to see it up there circling the ESPN Sports Complex.

I would post a photo I snapped, but not able to at the moment.

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