The Black Bears lost at UMass-Lowell Wednesday in a game that started at 11am, that follows a trend for UMaine this season.

The Bears have played three games this season with weekday start times before noon, all are losses
* At NC State in November, Tuesday 10:30am Loss 62-34
* At Dartmouth in December, Tuesday 11am Loss 57-41
* At UMass-Lowell in January, Wednesday 11am Loss 66-57

To take that out further in games with start times earlier than 5pm this year, UMaine is 2-9
* Friday, November 8th, 2pm start time at Delaware - Maine won 69-56
* Sunday, November 17th, 1pm start time at home against Boston University - LOSS 62-49
* Tuesday, November 19th, 10:30am start time at NC State - LOSS 62-34
* Sunday, November 24th, 1pm start time in Portland against Navy - Maine won 46-41
* Saturday, November 30th, 1:30pm start time in Florida against Drake - LOSS 94-62
* Sunday, December 1st, 11am start time in Florida against Dayton - LOSS 78-49
* Saturday, December 7th, 1pm start time at home against Harvard - LOSS 69-40
* Tuesday, December 10th, 12pm start time at Dartmouth - LOSS 57-41
* Saturday, December 21st, 1pm start time at home against Northeastern - LOSS 66-58
* Sunday, January 5th, 2pm start time at Stony Brook - LOSS 73-69
* Wednesday, January 15th 11am start time at UMass-Lowell - LOSS 66-57

The rest of the schedule has six more games starting prior to 5pm this year, how will UMaine fare in those matchups?
* Saturday, January 18th 12pm at Binghamton
* Sunday, January 26th 1pm home against UMBC
* Saturday, February 1st 2pm at Hartford
* Sunday, February 9th 1pm home against Binghamton
* Sunday, February 23rd 1pm home against Stony Brook
* Saturday, February 29th 1pm at UMBC

We discussed the schedule and the impact of starting times on The Morning Line Thursday following the loss at UMass-Lowell.