Wednesday's game between Boston College and host Georgia Tech has been postponed due to COVID-19 issues in the Eagles' program.
The Red River Rivalry game in the Big 12 between Texas and Oklahoma scheduled for Wednesday was also postponed due to inclement weather. That follows the postponement of Texas Tech-TCU on Tuesday night as unusually frigid temperatures grip the region.
Towson paused men's basketball activities Tuesday due to COVID-19, and there is a chance the program will not participate in the postseason, according to CBS Sports. At 4-13, the team is in eighth place in the Colonial Athletic Association.
Oklahoma (13-5, 8-4) jumped to No. 9 in the AP Top 25 poll this week and the Sooners have victories in seven of their past eight games. That includes an 80-79 win over Texas (13-5, 7-4), which checks in at No. 12 in this week's poll.
The ACC news on Tuesday comes one day after Boston College fired head coach Jim Christian following a 3-13 start to the season. The Eagles had five games postponed from Jan. 20-Feb. 2 and had lost all three games they have played since returning.
The school also announced on Monday that sophomore Wynston Tabbs, the team's second-leading scorer, will not play again this season due to violating COVID-19 protocols.
Makeup dates for both games are expected later this week.
Georgia Tech (10-8, 6-6 ACC) next plays at Miami on Saturday at noon ET.
--Field Level Media