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Nevada-Colorado State series postponed due to health and safety concerns

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Due to health and safety concerns, the Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball series against Colorado State, originally set for Feb. 20 and 22, has been postponed, the Mountain West announced Tuesday.

“Due to health and safety concerns, the men’s basketball series between Colorado State and Nevada, scheduled for Feb. 20-22, has been postponed,” the conference said via a news release. “Further updates and schedule adjustments by the Mountain West will be announced at a later date.”

It’s the Pack’s second consecutive series that has undergone postponement — the only other series postponement had this year. Their series against San Jose State last weekend was postponed as well.

Nevada’s final regular season game is scheduled for Feb. 28, with the Mountain West Tournament beginning on March 10. This week’s postponement makes it difficult for the Pack to make up four-games in that ten day window.

Nevada sits at 9-5 in the Mountain West, 2.5 games behind Utah State (14-5, 11-2 MWC) and Boise State (16-4, 12-3) for the top spot in the Mountain West. It is currently the No. 5 seed in the conference, two games ahead of Fresno State (9-7, 7-7 MWC).

This is a breaking news story. It will be updated shortly.