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The coronavirus and college sports: NCAA reopening plans, latest news, program cuts, more
Two Power 5 conferences -- the Big Ten and Pac-12 -- already have postponed fall sports, including college football. Will the SEC, ACC and Big 12 attempt to play? Here's the latest on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the college sports world.
Are CFB players safer playing than being on their own?
Greg McElroy and David Pollack discuss whether college football players are safer in a bubble-type atmosphere on campus.
Southland Conference opts for spring college football slate
The Southland Conference has opted to play college football in the spring, but it did allow wiggle room for its members to play nonconference games this fall.
NCAA medical advisers urge focus on pandemic over fall sports
The NCAA's chief medical officer and its two primary infectious disease advisers say the nation's focus should be on controlling the coronavirus pandemic instead of playing fall sports.
Purdue coach Jeff Brohm creates plan for spring football
Purdue coach Jeff Brohm has put together a detailed plan for spring football now that the Big Ten has postponed the season.
New Mexico State, an FBS independent, moves football to spring
Players for New Mexico State, which plays football as an FBS independent program, were informed of the university's decision to postpone its season until the spring.