What’s the worst part of any college basketball game? Breaks. Anything that doesn’t involve the on-court product is not welcome in this establishment. So, how long is halftime in college basketball?
The good news is that, at least in the first weekend, there are plenty of games to watch during commercial breaks, halftime breaks, etc. But let’s say you’re a fan of Kentucky. How long should you flip between channels before going back to the original, intended purpose of rooting on your Wildcats?
I have all the answers.
How long is halftime in college basketball?
Halftime in college basketball is meant to be 15 minutes. Of course, it’s impossible to predict the amount of time on the dot, as it takes players and coaches time to get off the court and into the locker room. At times, teams will huddle before the start of the second half, as well.
But 15 minutes is the safest bet, even in the Final Four.
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