Several conferences have announced that fall sports are canceled, the biggest among them being the Big Ten and Pac-12. However, the B1G and Pac-12 reversed course and will play fall football after all. Meanwhile, the ACC, SEC and Big 12 were always determined to play fall sports. Here is the fallout from the most recent news from the NCAA:OCTOBER 27Bethune-Cookman announced it is opting out of sports for the 2020-21 season due to a COVID-19 outbreak that forced the historically black college into lockdown, making it the first Division I school to fully cancel sports for the school year. Read more here.OCTOBER 26Following reports from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel and Wisconsin State Journal that Wisconsin Badgers quarterback Graham Mertz tested positive for COVID-19, the biggest thing coach Paul Chryst said was what he didn't say. “I will not, cannot and should not therefore comment about anything dealing with our testing and coronavirus,” Chryst said Monday, per an Associated Press (h/t Yahoo Sports) story. Read more here.ESPN will not host up to eight men's college basketball events inside of an isolated "bubble" site in Orlando, Fla., next month. The Worldwide Leader has scrapped plans to place eight of 10 nonconference events at the ESPN Wide World of Sports property because of disagreements regarding COVID-19 testing protocols, specifically the retesting of those who return positive test results. Read more here.Duke Blue Devils star cornerback Mark Gilbert announced via Twitter on Monday that he is opting out of the remainder of the 2020 college football season and will enter the 2021 NFL Draft. Read more here.The New Mexico Lobos announced on Monday that Saturday's scheduled home opener against the San Jose State Spartans has been relocated to San Jose because of health orders in Bernalillo County that are related to the worsening coronavirus pandemic. Read more here.OCTOBER 23The Associated Press (h/t ESPN) reported on Friday that the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut is finalizing plans to host about 35 basketball teams from more than a dozen conferences from Nov. 25 through Dec. 5 for what is being called "Bubbleville." Read more here.The Big Ten will determine whether to cancel games this year based on COVID-19 testing positivity rates within a team. If a game can't be played, it will be considered a "no contest," the conference announced Thursday. Read more here.The Holiday Bowl, scheduled to be played in San Diego, announced on Thursday night that it has canceled this season's game between a Pac-12 team and ACC opponent due to the pandemic. Read more here.The Army Black Knights and Navy Midshipmen announced on Friday that this year's game between the two programs, scheduled for Dec. 12, has been moved from Philadelphia to West Point because local limitations on outdoor events in the state of Pennsylvania would not have allowed the entire Corps of Cadets and Brigade of Midshipmen to attend the contest held amid the coronavirus pandemic. Read more here.OCTOBER 22Marquette University announced on Wednesday evening that the men's and women's basketball programs have paused all team activities for at least 14 days due to each returning one positive COVID-19 test. Read more here.OCTOBER 21Florida Gators head coach Dan Mullen told reporters on Wednesday that the program will remain closed until at least Monday, casting some doubt on if Florida will be able to face the Missouri Tigers on Halloween as scheduled. Florida's game versus the LSU Tigers planned for last Saturday was postponed because of a COVID-19 outbreak within the Gators. As Alex Scarborough wrote for ESPN, Mullen, two assistants and 26 players have tested positive since Oct. 13. Read more here.Alabama head coach Nick Saban tested positive for coronavirus last week but revealed Wednesday that he considers himself lucky after it was revealed the test actually was a false positive. The 68-year-old said that being away from his team was challenging, but that it also gave him perspective, saying it's a lesson he can share with everyone else. Read more here.The Toledo Rockets men's basketball program confirmed on Wednesday that it is pausing in-person activities for at least two weeks due to a COVID-19 outbreak. As Jeff Borzello reported for ESPN, six Toledo players tested positive for the virus on Tuesday. Coach Tod Kowalczyk explained on Monday that he tested positive for the coronavirus over the weekend. Read more here.OCTOBER 20The Colorado State Rams and New Mexico Lobos won't open their Mountain West football seasons on Saturday. "Due to the prevalence of the COVID-19 virus in Bernalillo County and in accordance with state guidelines, the University of New Mexico is unable to participate in the scheduled football game on Saturday, Oct. 24, at Colorado State University," the Mountain West said in a statement shared on Tuesday. "Therefore, the Mountain West is canceling the game and declaring it a no contest. There is no plan to reschedule the game." Read more here.Undergraduate students at the University of Michigan are being asked to stay home to stop the spread of COVID-19, but that won't affect the Michigan Wolverines football team as it prepares to open its season with a road game against Big Ten foes the Minnesota Golden Gophers. The order issued by the Washtenaw County Health Department that runs through the morning of Nov. 3 does not apply to official school athletics programs as long as athletic medical staff is present and that staff "actively supervises the team's COVID-19 mitigation activities during the practice, has the authority to suspend the practice if he or she believes COVID-19 mitigation practices require that result, and testing is conducted per governing athletic organizations' (i.e. Big 10) policies." Read more here.OCTOBER 19Purdue Boilermakers head coach Jeff Brohm announced Monday that he tested positive for COVID-19, becoming the latest college football coach to come down with the coronavirus. The Boilermakers, who are scheduled to open their season on Saturday against the Iowa Hawkeyes, will be without their coach for the next week. Read more here.Star Michigan wide receiver Nico Collins, who signed with an agent in September in preparation for the NFL Draft, is no longer with the team, according to head coach Jim Harbaugh. Collins originally said he'd return for his senior season, but the ongoing coronavirus pandemic reportedly made him decide to opt out before the Big Ten announced its plans to resume. Read more here.The Nebraska Cornhuskers were one of the most vocal teams when it came to pushing for Big Ten football this fall. The Ohio State Buckeyes were another, and the Huskers have not forgotten. Nebraska coach Scott Frost went out of his way to praise Ohio State’s efforts to get Big Ten football played, with the two teams set to square off this weekend in the conference opener. Read more here.OCTOBER 17After testing positive for the coronavirus on Wednesday, Nick Saban returned three consecutive negative COVID-19 tests, making him eligible to coach Alabama during its game versus Georgia. Read more here.The Florida Gators are experiencing an outbreak with COVID-19, and head coach Dan Mullen is among those who have tested positive for the virus. Read more here.OCTOBER 16One day after ESPN's Alex Scarborough reported that multiple SEC institutions are set to receive conference revenue reductions for failures to comply with sideline protocols for completing the football season amid the coronavirus pandemic, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey explained that schools could face cumulative penalties of $1 million for health and safety violations. Sankey didn't divulge which schools have been fined or the money value of those penalties. Both Scarborough and Heather Dinich reported that fines start at $100,000 and then increase by $100k for each offense. Read more here.OCTOBER 15The American Athletic Conference announced on Thursday that Saturday's scheduled game between the Cincinnati Bearcats (3-0) and Tulsa Golden Hurricane (1-1) has been postponed because of positive COVID-19 test results and subsequent quarantines within the Cincinnati program. Cincinnati added that the game has been moved to Dec. 5. Read more here.Alabama Crimson Tide men's basketball coach Nate Oats told reporters during his Thursday season-opening virtual news conference that he battled the coronavirus in the summer. Read more here.Legendary former Florida State Seminoles head coach Bobby Bowden, widely revered as one of the greatest coaches in the history of college football, has been released from the hospital less than two weeks after he told ESPN he tested positive for COVID-19. Read more here.OCTOBER 14Florida Gators head coach Dan Mullen is backtracking on comments in which he expressed hope that fans would “pack the Swamp” for Saturday’s game against the LSU Tigers. In his remarks Wednesday, Mullen indicated that the university should follow guidelines set forth by local public health officials when determining how many fans should be allowed inside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Read more here.As had been expected, the coronavirus outbreak within the Florida Gators (2-1) football program has led to the postponement of Saturday's game against the LSU Tigers (1-2). "The LSU at Florida football game of Oct. 17 has been postponed due to positive tests and subsequent quarantining of individuals within the Florida football program, consistent with Southeastern Conference COVID-19 management requirements," the SEC announced in an official statement released on Wednesday. "The game is tentatively rescheduled for Dec. 12 in Gainesville." Read more here.In a video he shared on social media on Tuesday, Syracuse safety Andre Cisco confirmed that he is opting out of the remainder of the 2020 college football season held amid the coronavirus pandemic to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft. Read more here.Conference USA announced on Wednesday that its football championship game has been pushed back from Dec. 5 to Dec. 18 due to COVID issues. Read more here.OCTOBER 13As first reported by Steven J. Gaither of HBCU Gameday, sources under the condition of anonymity shared that at least two dozen football players tested positive for COVID-19, and the school didn’t have an adequate quarantining process for those who tested positive, further endangering the campus population. The fallout has been swift as head coach Tim “Ice” Harris has been suspended indefinitely for refusing to coach, and athletic director Earnest T. Jones named himself acting head coach. Jones has been accused by several anonymous student-athletes and administrators of neglectful and retaliatory conduct, such as pulling scholarships or firing anyone who speaks out about the crisis. Read more here.The No. 10 Florida Gators (2-1) reported five new confirmed COVID-19 cases within the program on Tuesday. As Edgar Thompson wrote for the Orlando Sentinel, the university conducted 345 tests among players last week. An additional 437 tests of student-athletes not associated with the football team all produced negative results. The identities of Florida players who return positive results in any testing round are kept confidential. Read more here.Hours after Florida reported five new COVID-19 cases within the football program, Payton Titus of the Independent Florida Alligator Student Newspaper tweeted that at least 19 players have now tested positive for the virus. Florida confirmed in an official statement that it is temporarily pausing team activities following the discovery of the virus outbreak. Read more here.OCTOBER 12Over two dozen individuals associated with the Florida Atlantic Owls football program tested positive for COVID-19 last week. Florida Atlantic head coach Willie Taggart told reporters on Monday that 18 players and an additional nine staff members tested positive for the virus. As a result of the outbreak, FAU canceled a scheduled Oct. 10 game against Southern Mississippi. Read more here.The Vanderbilt Commodores announced on Monday that their Oct. 17 game against the Missouri Tigers has been postponed because of positive COVID-19 tests and subsequent quarantines that left Vanderbilt without enough scholarship players to compete. ESPN's Chris Low reported that Vanderbilt was down to 56 scholarship players for this past Saturday's 41-7 loss to South Carolina. The Vanderbilt-Missouri tilt is the first SEC game postponed because of coronavirus-related issues. Low added that Dec. 12 is now a tentative date for the contest. Read more here.OCTOBER 10Each state has different regulations regarding fan gatherings at sports events. In Texas, there is supposed to be a 25 percent capacity limit. The Aggies clearly defied that regulation by packing Kyle Field with well more than 25 percent of the stadium’s capacity. Read more here.The Gators had only 15,000 fans in attendance for their win against South Carolina, the result of guidelines to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading. With Florida Gov. DeSantis giving the green light for capacity crowds, Dan Mullen hopes Gators administrators go along with it. Read more here.OCTOBER 9The Kansas State Wildcats basketball program announced on Friday that it is hosting the inaugural Little Apple Classic competition that will include games on Nov. 25 and Nov. 27 and feature Colorado, Drake and South Dakota State. The Little Apple Classic replaces the Cayman Islands Classic, which was canceled in late September after the NCAA pushed the start of college basketball seasons back to Nov. 25 because of the coronavirus pandemic. Read more here.OCTOBER 8SEC commissioner Greg Sankey has sent a memo to league athletic directors and coaches threatening fines and suspensions if they and/or their programs fail to comply with health and safety protocols for completing the college football season amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more here.The New England Small Collegiate Athletic Conference, a Division III league, announced on Thursday that it is canceling winter sports because of the coronavirus pandemic. Read more here.Kansas Jayhawks football coach Les Miles has tested positive for COVID-19. Read more here.The Baylor Bears football program announced that it is temporarily suspending activities because of recent positive COVID-19 test results "and the completion of close contact tracing." Read more here.OCTOBER 6North Dakota State Bison quarterback Trey Lance announced on Tuesday that he is opting out of a planned spring football season to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft. Read more here.OCTOBER 5Oregon senior cornerback Deommodore Lenoir announced on Monday that he's opting back in and will play for the Ducks during the 2020 college football season despite concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic. Read more here.OCTOBER 3The Pac-12 Conference finally unveiled its 2020 football schedule on Saturday. See the schedule here.The beginning of the college football season saw many huge upsets. Urban Meyer thinks he knows why. Meyer also predicted more surprises once Big Ten season gets underway, and chalked them up to routines being consistently disrupted due to COVID-19. Read more here.OCTOBER 2Ohio State Buckeyes football head coach Ryan Day told reporters on Friday that some of his coaches aren't living in their homes this fall as they prepare for the Big Ten season held amid the coronavirus pandemic. Day added that coaches aren't required to isolate away from family members but that some have chosen to do so as a precaution. Read more here.As the Associated Press (h/t ESPN) noted, ESPN Events have canceled the Hawaii Bowl and Bahamas Bowl because of travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic. College basketball tournaments in Hawaii and the Bahamas have also been called off. Read more here.OCTOBER 1Appalachian State confirmed on Thursday that next Wednesday's game versus Louisiana has been postponed due to positive coronavirus test results and contact tracing. The schools are looking to reschedule the postponed game for Dec. 4 or 5. Read more here.ESPN's Jeff Borzello reported on Thursday that the Patriot League will cancel nonconference basketball games for 2020. It's expected the Patriot League will conduct an 18-game conference schedule that begins in January. Read more here.SEPTEMBER 30Penn State head coach James Franklin confirmed on Wednesday that star linebacker Micah Parsons won't opt back in. Parsons will forgo one more collegiate season and continue to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft. Read more here.ESPN's Heather Dinich reported on Wednesday afternoon that the College Football Playoff won't expand from four to eight teams for the 2020 season widely altered by the coronavirus pandemic. Dinich wrote that Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott suggested the expansion that was not approved by the CFP management committee. Read more here.SEPTEMBER 29Arkansas State football coach Blake Anderson told reporters that he was directly affected by the coronavirus outbreak that cost the team back-to-back scheduled games. Anderson added that he has recovered since testing positive on Sept. 16. Read more here.The South Alabama Jaguars announced that Saturday's scheduled game against Troy has been postponed "due to precautionary measures concerning the availability of student-athletes." South Alabama also temporarily paused football workouts. ESPN's Adam Rittenberg reported the school's decision is related to COVID-19 concerns. Read more here.SEPTEMBER 28To account for the lost Sept. 19 game versus the Charlotte 49ers, the North Carolina Tar Heels announced on Monday that the program will host the Western Carolina Catamounts on Dec. 11. Read more here.SEPTEMBER 25Days after Louisville basketball head coach Chris Mack suggested his program should face rivals Kentucky at a neutral site due to unavoidable complications and restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Kentucky's John Calipari made it clear he wants things to remain as scheduled. Read more here.The SEC unveiled planned start dates for men's and women's college basketball conference seasons set to occur amid the coronavirus pandemic. Men's teams will begin league schedules on Dec. 29 and 30, while women's programs will start conference seasons on Dec. 31. Read more here.The Mid-American Conference announced Friday afternoon that it will hold a fall football season that begins on Wednesday, Nov. 4, and consists of schools playing six league games. Read more here.SEPTEMBER 24Add Purdue star wide receiver Rondale Moore to the list of players who have returned to collegiate programs and will participate in the fall football season held amid the coronavirus pandemic, as he announced that he has opted back in. Read more here.SEPTEMBER 22The Mountain West is reportedly "optimistic" that it will be able to begin its season in October, barring any unexpected setbacks. Oct. 24 is the planned start date for the conference which includes Air Force, San Diego State, Boise State, Wyoming, Utah State, UNLV, Fresno State, Hawaii, San Jose State, Colorado State, Nevada and New Mexico. The conference title game will be played on Dec. 19 and the season will be an eight-game schedule that is completely in-conference, which is similar to what other major conferences are doing this season. Read more here.SEPTEMBER 21The University of Massachusetts announced on Monday that it has reversed course and now plans to "play a limited number of football games this fall." UMass, an independent football program, originally canceled its fall season on Aug. 11 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read more here.SEPTEMBER 19We finally have our first look at the Big Ten's 2020 football schedule. See the slate here.SEPTEMBER 18Add the Louisville Cardinals to the list of college basketball programs embracing isolated bubble sites for nonconference play. On Friday, Louisville coach Chris Mack tweeted that the program wishes to face between three and five teams from Nov. 25 through Dec. 5 in a format that could include anywhere from eight to 12 schools. Read more here.Michigan Wolverines offensive lineman Jalen Mayfield has opted back in and plans to play for Michigan when the Big Ten begins its season on the weekend of Oct. 23-24. Read more here.SEPTEMBER 17Ohio State cornerback Shaun Wade, who opted out when he thought there would be no fall Big Ten football season, told ESPN and announced via Twitter that he has returned to the Buckeyes. Read more here.SEPTEMBER 16The Big Ten season will begin the weekend of Oct. 24 and is contingent upon a daily, rapid COVID-19 testing system being implemented. Read more here.Furthermore, per Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports, USC has been leading the charge on California loosening restrictions. Read more here.Ohio State guard Wyatt Davis took to Twitter to declare his desire to play after previously opting out. Read more here.ESPN's Jeff Borzello reported on Wednesday that the men's and women's basketball seasons have been cleared for Nov. 25 starts in a vote held by the NCAA Division I Council. Read more here.