As of late Monday night, Wofford had yet to announce official word on who they will play, and when, in the C.I.T. tournament, according to a school spokesman.
Sunday evening, it was announced the Terriers were among four schools receiving an early bye in the 20 school event.
Liberty's win over North Carolina A&T Monday led the Spartanburg Herald-Journal to report that the Terriers would travel to face the Flames later this week.
As home games in the event are based on monetary bid, Wofford did not put itself in a position to play host to an opening round game.
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