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Pac-12 commissioner Scott has coronavirus

Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott tested positive for COVID-19, the conference announced on Friday.

Pac-12 opts to hold conference-only season

The Pac-12 announced Friday that it will hold a conference-only football season in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Florida State's Norvell, Hamilton accept pay reductions

Florida State football coach Mike Norvell, men's basketball coach Leonard Hamilton and women's basketball coach Sue Semrau have accepted 10 percent base salary pay cuts, the university confirmed Friday.

ACC to decide about fall sports by end of July

and if -- fall sports will proceed, commissioner John Swofford said in a league statement issued Friday afternoon.

Report: SEC ADs meeting Monday to discuss fall sports

Southeastern Conference athletic directors will meet Monday at the league offices in Birmingham, Ala., to discuss the fall sports schedule, Sports Illustrated reported Friday.

Big Ten commissioner: Fall sports no guarantee

Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren said his conference's plan to limit fall sports to league-only competition could be optimistic as the nation struggles to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Junior colleges consider moving fall sports to spring

A junior college advisory council has recommended moving most fall sports to the spring of 2021.

Big Ten to play only conference games in fall

Teams in the fall sports in the Big Ten, including football, will play a conference-only schedule in 2020, the league announced Thursday afternoon.

Report: 73 percent of ADs doubt college football starts on time

73 percent -- of athletic directors at FBS schools said they think the coronavirus pandemic will force a delay in the college football season, according to a survey by Stadium released Thursday.

Ohio State pauses voluntary campus workouts

Ohio State paused all voluntary campus workouts Wednesday following its most recent COVID-19 test results.

Ivy League cancels fall sports slate

The Ivy League on Wednesday canceled all of its fall sports, according to multiple reports.

Michigan's Harbaugh: Sports won't worsen pandemic

Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh isn't ready to cancel or reschedule the 2020 football yet, even as cases of the coronavirus are surging in a majority of states.

Northwestern and Wisconsin won’t play at Wrigley Field in '20

Northwestern and Wisconsin won't play at iconic Wrigley Field in Chicago on Nov. 7 as scheduled.

Toledo DL Douglas killed in shooting

Toledo defensive lineman Jahneil Douglas was killed in a shooting late Tuesday night, the university confirmed in a statement on Wednesday morning. He was 22.

Pac-12 commish: Power 5 not impacted by Ivy League shift to spring

Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott denies there will be any impact on major conferences from the Ivy League decision to move its college football season to the spring.

College Football is running out of time

The 2020 college football season is in danger of moving to the spring.

Alabama OC Sarkisian recovering after heart surgery

Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian is recovering after undergoing a heart procedure last week, the school announced Tuesday.

Reports: Fordham cancels first 3 games, including trip to Hawaii

Fordham has canceled the first three games of its season, including its scheduled Sept. 12 football game at Hawaii, multiple outlets reported Monday.

Report: Ivy League to move football to spring

The Ivy League is expected to move all fall sports, including football, to the spring of 2021, The Athletic reported Monday.

Top QB recruit Williams commits to Oklahoma

Five-star quarterback Caleb Williams, the consensus top signal-caller in the 2021 class by 247sports' composite, announced his commitment to Oklahoma on Saturday.

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