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Hawaii hoopsters to appear at 4 a.m. on ESPN

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ESPN sometimes is accused of messing with the educational process by scheduling college basketball games at weird times.

Has such criticism caused ESPN to become bashful or gun-shy? Um, no.

The Bristol Stompers announced Wednesday that they would celebrate the start of the season Nov. 18 with 23 consecutive hours of college hoops.

The festivities will include nine games, beginning at midnight Eastern Time with UMass at Memphis, then Fresno State at St. Mary’s at 2 a.m. and Idaho State at Hawaii at 4 a.m.

The final game will be Kentucky at North Carolina at 9 p.m.

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