Several conferences 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 are playing 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:NOVEMBER 18The South Florida Bulls confirmed that they won't be able to play Navy this coming Saturday, as scheduled, because of positive COVID-19 tests and subsequent quarantines. It's the third straight week the Midshipmen will be sidelined. Navy previously had games versus the Memphis Tigers and Tulsa Golden Hurricane scrapped due to a virus outbreak within the Naval Academy. Both programs are working with the American Athletic Conference to reschedule the contest. Read more here.The Houston Cougars confirmed they won't be able to travel to face the SMU Mustangs this weekend because of positive COVID-19 tests and subsequent quarantines. Houston and SMU are both working with the American Athletic Conference to possibly reschedule the game. Meanwhile, ESPN's Sam Khan Jr. reports the Mustangs are attempting to add a nonconference opponent to the calendar for this weekend. Read more here.The Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns, ranked No. 24 in the country, won't host the Central Arkansas Bears on Saturday. Louisiana confirmed on Wednesday that its home finale has been canceled due to positive COVID-19 tests and subsequent quarantines. Thirty-three of the program's student-athletes are in the coronavirus safety protocol as a result of contact tracing, isolations, quarantines and recovering cases. Read more here.NOVEMBER 17Shortly after the South Carolina Gamecocks parted ways with head coach Will Muschamp, a key figure of the team's defense also exited the program. Star cornerback Jaycee Horn, the son of former NFL wide receiver Joe Horn, confirmed on Twitter that he's opting out of the remainder of the college season to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft. Read more here.Fellow South Carolina CB Israel Mukuamu confirmed on Tuesday afternoon that he is opting out of the remainder of the college football season to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft as well. Read more here.Clemson Tigers star quarterback Trevor Lawrence, the presumed first pick of the 2021 NFL Draft, is back and ready to get to work. Lawrence has been cleared to return to action after he tested positive for COVID-19 on Oct. 29 and missed his team's last two games. Read more here.The Ole Miss Rebels men's basketball team could be without its head coach for the first two games of the regular season, as Kermit Davis has tested positive for COVID-19. Read more here.The Texas A&M men's basketball team confirmed on Tuesday that it won't be traveling for the Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic in Sioux Falls, S.D. because of concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic. Texas A&M will now host the New Orleans Privateers on Nov. 29 to start the campaign. The Aggies were originally scheduled to play the West Virginia Mountaineers in the Crossover Classic opener on Nov. 25. Read more here.NOVEMBER 16There have been rumblings for months that the 2021 NCAA Tournament could be held in a bubble-like environment, and those plans were confirmed on Monday. The NCAA announced that the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament will be held in a single geographic location. There were previously 13 sites that were going to host preliminary round games, but that number is being reduced to one “to enhance the safety and well-being of the event.” Read more here.Louisville Cardinals running back Javian Hawkins has played his last down of collegiate football. The third-year sophomore confirmed via social media that he is opting out of the remainder of the season to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft. Read more here.Texas A&M confirmed on Monday that Saturday's showdown with the Ole Miss Rebels has been postponed "due to the continued quarantine of individuals" within the football program. The Aggies had this past weekend's game versus the Tennessee Volunteers scrapped because of positive coronavirus tests and subsequent quarantines. Read more here.Syracuse basketball head coach Jim Boeheim announced on Sunday that he has tested positive for COVID-19, but he says he is asymptomatic. Read more here.The Miami Hurricanes football program is dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak that has led to the ACC changing a handful of league games. The ACC confirmed on Monday that additional testing and subsequent quarantines are sidelining Miami through the end of the month. See the new scheduling here.Mike Leach has had a rough season in his first year at Mississippi State, and he thinks there is plenty of justification for that reality. Leach’s 2-4 team has not improved much and has arguably regressed from the opener. So what’s going on? The 59-year-old coach says it is effectively “impossible” to get better with so many players out due to COVID-19 protocol. Read more here.NOVEMBER 14Iona Gaels coach Rick Pitino tweeted on Saturday that spiking and various protocols make it impossible to play basketball right now. He's not wrong, and he made a suggestion that is reasonable. Pitino suggests that the Nov. 25 start date be pushed back and that "March Madness" be switched to "May Madness." He also called for the elimination of all nonconference games. Read more here.There’s a big obstacle to any talk about the College Football Playoff getting pushed back to accommodate extra games. Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman pointed out that any delay in the CFP significantly jeopardizes TV broadcast schedules. The reason? The NFL’s expanded playoffs would threaten to clash with the games. Read more here.It was announced Saturday that the Heisman Trophy will be awarded virtually on Jan. 5, according to ESPN's Andrea Adelson. The ceremony was pushed back from December as a result of the delay in some of the conference's football schedules. Read more here.ASU released a statement on Friday in which it said there were multiple positive tests among the football coaches and players over the last few days. ESPN’s Matt Barrie provided more information than that. He says that an entire side of the ball (offense or defense) has COVID. He says six staff members are positive and was told the situation is “really bad.” Read more here.According to ESPN’s Heather Dinich, Big Ten presidents approved a plan on Nov. 5 allowing teams with COVID-related cancellations to play each other. If two teams have games canceled in the same week due to COVID-19, those teams can play each other if the agreement is made by Wednesday afternoon. Read more here.NOVEMBER 13The College Football Playoff Selection Committee will face the difficult task this season of having to choose four teams after a shortened schedule with no out-of-conference games. Tim Tebow thinks adding more teams to the mix could help the situation. During an appearance on ESPN’s “First Take” Friday, Tebow urged the CFP Playoff Committee to be willing to adjust in what has been an unusual year. He also said he would be in favor of the NCAA “opening up” the playoff, meaning adding more teams to the field. Read more here.Saturday's game between Arizona State and Cal has been canceled because the Sun Devils no longer have the minimum number of available scholarship players due to the coronavirus. Head coach Herm Edwards is among the people within the Arizona State organization to test positive for COVID-19. Multiple unnamed players also have tested positive. Read more here.Furthermore, ESPN's Matt Barrie tweeted about the outbreak within the Arizona State program on Friday afternoon and provided a bleak outlook for the Sun Devils' showdown with the Colorado Buffaloes set for Nov. 21. Read more here.The Pac-12 apologized to the Stanford football team on Friday after an inconclusive COVID-19 test made three players unavailable for the team's season-opening 35-14 loss to the Oregon Ducks last weekend. Multiple players, including starting quarterback Davis Mills, were unable to play for the Cardinal. According to ESPN's Kyle Bonagura, Mills was the player to return an inconclusive test. Read more here.The Troy Trojans won't have an opportunity to host the No. 15-ranked Coastal Carolina Chanticleers on Saturday, after all. Troy confirmed that the contest has been postponed due to multiple positive COVID-19 tests within the program, subsequent quarantines, and injuries to one position group. The Sun Belt Conference is working with the schools to reschedule. However, the teams don't share an open date, as Troy is set to face the South Alabama Jaguars in a previously postponed game on Dec. 12. Read more here.SEC presidents and chancellors have approved Dec. 19 as a make-up date for contests postponed due to coronavirus-related reasons even though the league title game occurs that same day. Read more here.Saturday's game between the Utah Utes and UCLA Bruins has been canceled due to positive COVID-19 cases and subsequent quarantines within the Utah program. Read more here.The Pac-12 confirmed that the Cal Golden Bears will face the UCLA Bruins at the Rose Bowl on Sunday at 9 a.m. PT/noon ET. This news follows the cancellations of the Utah Utes-UCLA and Arizona State Sun Devils-Cal contests due to COVID-19 issues within the Utes and Sun Devils. Read more here.NOVEMBER 12Notre Dame students and fans have drawn criticism for their decision to storm the field following Saturday night’s upset win over Clemson, but the school has yet to learn of any consequences from the celebration. Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly told Mike Greenberg on ESPN Radio Wednesday that players and staff had been tested for COVID-19 twice. There were no positive results. Read more here.Urban Meyer and the rest of FOX’s “Big Noon Kickoff” crew were not on the air last week due to an unspecified issue related to COVID-19, and now we know what that issue was. Meyer, Rob Stone, Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart and Brady Quinn were taken off the air due to what FOX called an “abundance of caution.” In an interview with WBNS in Columbus, Ohio, this week, Meyer revealed that the decision was made by FOX after he tested positive for COVID-19. The former Ohio State coach said his daughter also had it but did not specify which daughter. Read more here.The Seton Hall Pirates may not be cleared to begin their college basketball season on Nov. 25 as hoped. Via a statement shared by Jeff Borzello of ESPN, the Seton Hall men's basketball team confirmed that it has temporarily paused team activities due to COVID-19 cases. It's unknown how long Seton Hall players will isolate, but the timeline puts into question the state of the team's games versus the Winthrop Eagles on Nov. 25 and against the Louisville Cardinals on Nov. 27. Read more here.UConn Huskies men's basketball coach Dan Hurley may delay the tipoff of his team's season after a player tested positive for the coronavirus last week. UConn has suspended men's basketball activities for two weeks. While UConn hoped to begin its season on Nov. 25, as permitted by the NCAA, and follow that with a game two days later, contracts for those contests aren't yet official. Instead of competing then or during the Legends Classic in the first week of December, Hurley could choose to prepare his team for the Big East opener against the St. John's Red Storm on Dec. 11. Read more here.According to Josh Thomson of the Rockland/Westchester Journal News and an NJ Advance Media piece, the Iona men's basketball team is pausing activities for two weeks after a Tier 1 individual tested positive for COVID-19. Read more here.The Ivy League conference confirmed on Thursday that winter sports for the 2020-21 season, including basketball, have been canceled because of the health crisis. Additionally, fall sports campaigns that were postponed back in July won't be held, and all spring sports are delayed through at least the end of February. Read more here.Cal State Northridge announced on Thursday that its women's basketball team won't participate in the 2020-21 season after six players voluntarily opted out amid the coronavirus pandemic. Read more here.The Atlantic Coast Conference has confirmed that Saturday's scheduled football game between the Pitt Panthers and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets has been postponed and rescheduled to Dec. 12 because of positive COVID-19 tests and subsequent quarantines affecting both programs. Read more here.The Boise State Broncos saw 14 players ruled out for their Thursday night’s game against the Colorado State Rams due to COVID protocols, with nine of those players testing positive for the virus. Read more here.There appears to be one significant remedy on the table for the College Football Playoff’s operations committee. Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby sits on that committee, and he admitted Thursday that pushing the event back has been discussed. Read more here.NOVEMBER 11The SEC confirmed on Wednesday that the Georgia Bulldogs vs. Missouri Tigers contest won't occur this weekend because of positive virus tests, contact tracing and subsequent quarantining of individuals within Missouri's program. ESPN's Heather Dinich added that Missouri reported one positive coronavirus test on Sunday, but contact tracing within a position group resulted in the team falling below the required number of student-athletes at that position. Read more here.Maryland confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that Saturday's game against the Ohio State Buckeyes has been canceled due to COVID-19 cases within the program and subsequent quarantines. The contest will not be rescheduled, and Maryland is temporarily pausing all team-related activities. Read more here.The Stetson Hatters confirmed on Wednesday that their season opener against the Miami Hurricanes scheduled for Nov. 25 has been postponed due to a member of the men's basketball team testing positive for COVID-19 and subsequent quarantines. Stetson personnel will isolate through the afternoon of Nov. 25. Both schools are open to rescheduling the game if they can locate a shared open date on their calendars. Read more here.Four SEC football games scheduled for Saturday have been postponed due to COVID-19 cases. With teams running out of time to play makeups ahead of conference title games and the College Football Playoff that kicks off on Jan. 1, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey has admitted that the two-round postseason tournament might have to be pushed back. Read more here.NOVEMBER 10Some of the players on both sides got caught with fans around them when Notre Dame students rushed the field after the Irish defeated Clemson, making for a tough situation as teams try to avoid positive COVID-19 cases. What was it like from the perspective of Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book? He shared his thoughts during an interview with Scott Van Pelt on ESPN Monday night. Read more here.ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum blasted Rev. John Jenkins over the Notre Dame president admonishing Fighting Irish fans for storming the field following the team’s win Saturday over the Clemson Tigers. Finebaum took Rev. Jenkins to task for castigating students in such a manner, pointing out the arguable hypocrisy of his condemnation while doing so. Finebaum notes in his screed how Jenkins himself tested positive for COVID-19 after attending the nomination ceremony for Judge Amy Coney Barrett in Washington, D.C., in late September. Footage from the event showed a majority of attendees not wearing masks. Jenkins was among the large contingent of individuals without masks and was even seen shaking hands with fellow attendees. Read more here.The Duke Blue Devils confirmed that fans won't be permitted inside Cameron Indoor Stadium for men's and women's college basketball games because of the worsening coronavirus pandemic. Only personnel deemed essential for completing and broadcasting games will be allowed inside the arena. Parking lots will be closed on game days. Duke previously banned spectators for fall sports seasons. Read more here.Roughly 24 hours after the Mississippi State Bulldogs had to postpone Saturday's football game against the Auburn Tigers due to a coronavirus outbreak within the program, Auburn is dealing with its own COVID-19 issues. Per Adam Rittenberg of ESPN, Auburn has temporarily paused team activities after at least nine players and three staff members tested positive for the virus. Read more here.Saturday’s Alabama-LSU game has been postponed, according to multiple reports. LSU faced challenges meeting the SEC’s minimum requirement of 53 eligible players after some tested positive for COVID-19 and others were ruled out due to contact tracing. Two other games — Auburn vs. Mississippi State and Texas A&M vs. Tennessee — have also been postponed. That leaves just three games remaining for the SEC this week. Read more here.The Navy Midshipmen won't play a football game for the second consecutive week. Navy confirmed on Tuesday that Saturday's contest versus the Memphis Tigers has been postponed due to positive COVID-19 cases at the Naval Academy and subsequent quarantines. The Midshipmen were supposed to play against the Tulsa Golden Hurricane last Saturday but had that game scrapped because of the ongoing virus outbreak. Read more here.The Minnesota Golden Gophers cannot stay clear of COVID-19 cases within their basketball programs. The Minnesota men's basketball team announced on Tuesday that it is temporarily pausing activities due to at least one positive test. Marcus Fuller of the Star Tribune is reporting that multiple members of the school's men’s and women’s basketball teams have tested positive for the virus. The women's team paused workouts last week but returned to practice on Friday. Read more here.NOVEMBER 9The day after hundreds of fans stormed the field to celebrate defeating Clemson, Notre Dame president John I. Jenkins issued a letter to students informing them they are not permitted to leave South Bend until they are cleared from COVID-19 testing. Any student who disregards the protocols will face a registration hold. In addition, students were told there will be a zero tolerance policy for social gatherings that do not follow health and safety protocols. Students who violate the protocols will “face severe sanctions.” Read more here.Arkansas announced that head coach Sam Pittman tested positive for COVID Sunday and is currently self-isolating at his home. This makes the Razorbacks the latest college football program to have at least one coronavirus case. Pittman tested positive on Sunday and then was retested on Monday morning to confirm the positive result. Arkansas says that "all individuals who are considered close contacts have been notified and will enter quarantine guidelines." Read more here.After canceling back-to-back games due to a COVID-19 outbreak, Wisconsin believes it is on track to play its scheduled game against Michigan Saturday. Athletic director Barry Alvarez says that the Badgers are "confident that we have a handle on the situation." Read more here.LSU head coach Ed Orgeron announced that the team was experiencing a COVID outbreak. Orgeron would not disclose any details but confirmed that several players had tested positive and were now in quarantine. Read more here.Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher announced the team suspended all activities due to one player and one student worker testing positive for COVID. Despite the possible outbreak, Fisher expressed confidence that the Aggies would be able to play their scheduled game against Tennessee. Read more here.Michigan State announced Monday that basketball coach Tom Izzo tested positive for the coronavirus and is experiencing what he calls “mild symptoms.” Izzo said in a statement that he intends to follow the advice of the team medical staff with the aim of returning to practices as soon as possible. Read more here.NOVEMBER 6The Utah Utes confirmed that they can't participate in Saturday's game against the Arizona Wildcats because of positive COVID-19 test results and subsequent quarantines. The game is canceled. Read more here.The Cal vs. Washington game was canceled due to — get this – one, yes one – positive COVID-19 test. The positive test is on the defensive line according to Jon Wilner, and resulted in the whole position group being quarantined. “It’s ridiculous,” a conference source told Wilner. “They did everything possible protocol-wise to avoid this exact situation (position group quarantined) and then were told what they did was not enough.” Read more here.NOVEMBER 5Saturday's football game between the Tulsa Golden Hurricane and Navy Midshipmen was postponed on Thursday because of positive COVID-19 cases at the Naval Academy and subsequent quarantines. Per the program's official statement, Navy has temporarily paused all football activities. Read more here.Minnesota defensive coordinator Joe Rossi tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the week and had that result confirmed with a polymerase chain reaction follow-up. Per Big Ten guidelines, Rossi must isolate for a minimum of 10 days and then produce negative test results while reporting no symptoms before he's welcomed back to football activities. He will miss Saturday's game vs. Illinois. Read more here.Saturday's Pac-12 season opener between the Washington Huskies and California Golden Bears has been canceled and will be ruled a no contest. In an official statement, California explained the cancellation came because the Bears cannot safety field a team following the discovery of at least one active COVID-19 case and subsequent quarantines. Read more here.ESPN's Kyle Bonagura and Adam Rittenberg reported on Thursday afternoon that Saturday's scheduled game between the Air Force Falcons and Army Black Knights won't occur due to coronavirus-related issues within Air Force that include positive COVID-19 test results and subsequent quarantines. Read more here.The North Texas Mean Green announced on Thursday that this weekend's home contest versus the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs has been postponed because of active COVID-19 cases and subsequent quarantines. Read more here.NOVEMBER 4Conference USA has confirmed that seven football games postponed due to issues related to COVID-19 have been rescheduled for December. The Florida International Panthers will be at the Charlotte 49ers on Dec. 5. That same day, the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles will face the UTEP Miners, while the Rice Owls will have a road game against the Marshall Thundering Herd. On Dec. 10, the Florida Atlantic Owls will be at Southern Mississippi. The following day, Marshall will play at FIU. On Dec. 12, the UAB Blazers will play at Rice, while the North Texas Mean Green will be at UTEP. Read more here.Louisville and Virginia were set to play on Saturday, but the game has been postponed due to a COVID-19 outbreak within the Cardinals’ program. Specifically, the outbreak hit the team’s defense and left them light on defensive linemen. Read more here.NOVEMBER 3Less than a week after canceling its game against Nebraska, Wisconsin announced it is also canceling the scheduled game against Purdue due to the team's COVID-19 outbreak showing no signs of slowing down. The number of cases for the Badgers has risen to at least 27 active cases, with 15 players and 12 staff members testing positive. The team put all activities on pause indefinitely and will continue to do so until the number of cases has dropped to the point where the season could reasonably resume without fear of COVID spreading. Read more here.Mississippi State Bulldogs star running back and 2019 First-Team All-SEC selection Kylin Hill announced on Tuesday that he is opting out of the remainder of the season to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft. Read more here.NOVEMBER 2Pittsburgh Panthers head coach Pat Narduzzi confirmed on Monday that star safety Paris Ford is opting out of the remainder of the college football season. Per ESPN's Adam Rittenberg and John McGonigal of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, concerns about the worsening COVID-19 pandemic played a role in the All-American choosing to end his campaign after seven games, all of which he started. Read more here.OCTOBER 31Trevor Lawrence’s positive coronavirus test will keep him out next week against Notre Dame. Dabo Swinney confirmed after Saturday’s win over Boston College that Lawrence will not play next Saturday. Read more here.OCTOBER 29The Big Ten has shut down a proposal from Nebraska that would have the Cornhuskers play Chattanooga as a replacement game for the canceled matchup against Wisconsin. Read more here.The Atlantic Coast Conference confirmed on Thursday that the league's football championship game will take place on Dec. 19 and be held at Bank of America Stadium, home of the NFL's Carolina Panthers. Read more here.Mid-American Conference commissioner Jon Steinbrecher confirmed on Thursday that teams must play a minimum of three of six scheduled contests to be eligible for this year's conference championship game. Read more here.ESPN's Tom VanHaaren reported early Thursday evening that the Wisconsin Badgers football program is up to 16 active COVID-19 cases after two additional staff members and one student-athlete tested positive. Read more here.