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 25Nick Saban has already tested positive for COVID-19 once this season, but that turned out to be a false positive. The Alabama coach has tested positive again, and this time it would appear he actually has the coronavirus. Alabama announced on Wednesday that Saban has tested positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing “very mild symptoms.” Saban will not be allowed to coach against Auburn on Saturday. Read more here.The AAC announced on Wednesday that Saturday's contest between Cincinnati and Temple has been canceled due to positive COVID-19 test results and subsequent quarantines impacting both programs. Read more here.The West Virginia men's basketball program confirmed on Wednesday that it will replace the Tennessee Volunteers and face the Gonzaga Bulldogs, who begin the college basketball campaign No. 1 in the country, in the Jimmy V Classic next Wednesday (Dec. 2). Read more here.Oklahoma, West Virginia and the Big 12 all confirmed on Wednesday that Saturday's game has been postponed to Dec. 12 because of COVID-19 issues affecting the Sooners ahead of Thanksgiving. Read more here.Minnesota Golden Gophers star wide receiver Rashod Bateman has opted out of the college football season. Bateman explained via a post shared on social media that a recent COVID-19 outbreak at Minnesota caused him to rethink his future and, ultimately, begin concentrating on the 2021 NFL Draft. Read more here.Per ESPN's Adam Rittenberg, Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops confirmed while speaking with reporters on Wednesday that he's without 18 players and 10 staff members due to positive coronavirus test results, subsequent quarantines, and injuries ahead of the Wildcats' game versus Florida. Read more here.NOVEMBER 24After confirming that multiple individuals associated with the team, including head coach Rick Barnes, tested positive for COVID-19, Tennessee is withdrawing from the Jimmy V Classic held in Indianapolis and extending its pause on activities. The Volunteers will now hope to resume work on Dec. 5. Tennessee was slated to face the top-ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs at the Jimmy V Classic on Dec. 2 and was also likely to play against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Dec. 4 pending the finalization of a contract between the schools. Those contests are now scrapped. Tennessee also canceled this week's games against the Charlotte 49ers (Wednesday) and VCU Rams (Friday) in the Volunteer Classic. Read more here.Sunday's men's basketball game between the No. 2-ranked Baylor Bears and Seton Hall Pirates is off the schedule. The programs mutually announced the contest slated to occur at the Prudential Center in New Jersey has been canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more here.The Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles confirmed that Friday's football game against UAB has been canceled because of COVID-19 issues within Southern Miss. Read more here.Minnesota confirmed late Tuesday afternoon that it is pausing football-related activities due to positive COVID-19 cases and subsequent quarantines affecting the program. As a result, the game at Wisconsin is canceled and won't be rescheduled. Read more here.Houston football confirmed on Tuesday that Saturday's scheduled game against the Tulsa Golden Hurricane has been postponed due to positive COVID-19 test results and subsequent quarantines affecting the Cougars ahead of Thanksgiving. Read more here.NOVEMBER 23Arizona State has withdrawn from the Empire Classic following No. 2 Baylor basketball head coach Scott Drew testing positive for COVID-19. The Sun Devils were scheduled to play the Bears on Wednesday, but on Sunday, Drew announced his positive test. But Baylor still intended to play the game as scheduled, as Drew said he was asymptomatic and no players or staff members had tested positive. Read more here.Duke postponed its scheduled home opener after the Blue Devils' opponent, Gardner-Webb, had a member of its program test positive for COVID-19. The game was scheduled for Wednesday, but now, Duke's home opener will be on Nov. 28 against Coppin State, barring any more setbacks. Read more here.The Ole Miss Rebels men's basketball program became the latest to postpone the start of its season due to coronavirus-related issues. "Due to positive COVID-19 tests and contact tracing within the Ole Miss men's basketball program, the Justin Reed Ole Miss Classic (Nov. 25-27) and the matchup against Memphis (Dec. 5) have been canceled," the school confirmed in an official statement released on Monday. Additionally, Ole Miss is pausing men's basketball activities until at least Dec. 7. Read more here.Tennessee confirmed on Monday that it is temporarily pausing basketball activities due to multiple positive COVID-19 test results and subsequent quarantines. Head coach Rick Barnes is isolating after returning a positive test. Tennessee is currently scheduled to face the Charlotte 49ers on Wednesday and the VCU Rams on Friday as part of the Volunteer Classic. The Vols then play the Gonzaga Bulldogs on Dec. 2. It seems unlikely Tennessee will be cleared to participate in any of those contests. Read more here.The 2-1 Maryland Terrapins are back ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday and a weekend showdown with the No. 12-ranked Indiana Hoosiers. Maryland confirmed that it is resuming practice sessions and preparing to play at Indiana on Saturday. The Terrapins had scheduled games versus the Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan State Spartans canceled because of COVID-19 issues within the program. According to Adam Rittenberg of ESPN, Maryland reported no positive virus cases in the latest round of testing Sunday. Head coach Mike Locksley continues to isolate and work remotely after he tested positive last week. Read more here.Dabo Swinney continues to slam Florida State for its actions. Swinney on Monday reiterated on his radio show that the circumstances came nowhere near the guidelines to trigger a cancellation. He said there has always been protocol in place regarding what would result in a canceled game, and that one positive COVID case never fit that criteria. Read more here.NOVEMBER 22Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney blasted Florida State’s administration for canceling their football game on Saturday at the last minute. Clemson traveled to Tallahassee to face the Seminoles on Saturday, but the game was postponed at the last minute over a COVID situation. On Sunday, Swinney was ticked off about things and made that known. He said the FSU administration used the COVID issue as an excuse to cancel the game. Read more here.The Washington Huskies are suddenly free next Saturday with the cancellation of the Apple Cup, but there might be an opponent they can line up quickly. According to Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports, the Huskies are already trying to schedule a game against BYU on Saturday. As Feldman noted in a previous tweet, the Cougars do not have another scheduled game until Dec. 12. Read more here.NOVEMBER 21Clemson's matchup against Florida State has been postponed after the teams' medical staffs couldn't agree to continue with the game, the ACC announced Saturday. Concerns arose after a Clemson offensive lineman who traveled with the team reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. Read more here.Due to concerns about COVID-19, Florida coach Dan Mullen has worked to ensure that the Gators don’t have to crowd into the cramped Vanderbilt Stadium visiting locker room. Mullen said on ESPN prior to the game that the team dressed at the hotel, arrived late intentionally, warmed up without pads and got fully dressed at the last possible moment. Read more here.NOVEMBER 20The COVID-19 outbreak within the Miami Hurricanes football program continues to generate headlines in the college football world. Miami coach Manny Diaz has confirmed that he tested positive for the coronavirus and is isolating. Read more here.As part of the American Athletic Conference's rescheduling of dates, Cincinnati-Tulsa has been moved to Dec. 12, one week before the conference's title game. The schools originally were slated to play on Oct. 17 but had that game postponed to Dec. 4 due to positive COVID-19 test results and subsequent quarantines within Cincinnati's program. New dates for five other contests were also announced. Read more here.Washington State has confirmed that Saturday's game vs. Stanford has been canceled due to positive COVID-19 cases and subsequent quarantines affecting the program. Because the Pac-12 didn't add bye weeks for the pandemic-altered season and Washington State and Stanford don't share an open date through Dec. 12, this game has been declared a no contest. Read more here.The state of Pennsylvania and Gov. Tom Wolf have clarified an order that previously had members of the Virginia Tech Hokies and Pittsburgh Panthers believing they'd have to wear face coverings on the field during Saturday's game held at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. According to Andrea Adelson of ESPN, football players in the state are exempt from wearing masks or other face coverings while actively competing because such gear "would likely create a medical issue." Read more here.The Minnesota Golden Gophers were without nearly the equivalent of an entire starting lineup for their game versus Purdue. According to Megan Ryan of the Star Tribune, 20 Minnesota players couldn't suit up against Purdue because of positive COVID-19 tests, subsequent quarantines, and injuries. Read more here.NOVEMBER 19Maryland's scheduled game against Michigan State on Saturday has been canceled due to the Terrapins having multiple positive COVID-19 tests, including Maryland coach Mike Locksley. The coach addressed his positive test, saying that he only had "minor symptoms" and would "continue to lead this program virtually." Over the last seven days, Maryland has had 15 players and seven staff members test positive, making the Terps the latest college football team to try and salvage the season in the midst of an outbreak. Read more here.Amid rising coronavirus cases and fears of schedule postponements and cancellations, the Pac-12 has loosened restrictions regarding which opponents football teams can play through the end of the season held amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The conference confirmed on Thursday that it has approved programs to schedule nonconference games. Read more here.The DePaul Blue Demons men's basketball team announced on Thursday that it is canceling its first three games of the season and temporarily pausing activities because of positive COVID-19 tests within the Tier 1 group and subsequent quarantines. Read more here.The Albany Great Danes men's basketball team announced multiple schedule changes because of a full-campus pause caused by rising COVID-19 cases. Albany's season opener versus the Marist Red Foxes slated for Nov. 28 is now canceled. Additionally, the Great Danes won't participate in the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament at Mohegan Sun. Read more here.Lou Holtz contracted COVID-19, but he is on the mend. The 83-year-old former college football coach is recovering from the virus, according to ABC Columbia’s Mike Gillespie. Holtz told Gillespie that he does not have a lot of energy. Read more here.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.The Ohio State Buckeyes won't welcome family members of players or coaches to Ohio Stadium for at least one weekend. As Tom VanHaaren wrote for ESPN, a stay-at-home order in Columbus sparked by rising COVID-19 cases in the area and state led to the university's decision to ban family members from this Saturday's game versus the Indiana Hoosiers. Read more here.Colorado State coach Steve Addazio said Wednesday that he would be open to taking his team to play Colorado. Both teams had their respective games against UNLV and Arizona State called off due to positive COVID-19 tests among their opponents. Read more here.Kansas confirmed on Wednesday that its football team can't safely field a team this Saturday because of positive COVID-19 tests, contact tracing and injuries impacting a position group. Read more here.Lila Bromberg of Yahoo Sports and others have confirmed that Maryland did not return to the practice field on Wednesday ahead of Saturday's scheduled showdown with the Michigan State Spartans. Additionally, Andy Kostka of The Washington Times tweeted that the Terps haven't practiced since Nov. 10. Read more here.The UNLV Rebels confirmed on Wednesday that they won't face the Colorado State Rams on Saturday because of positive COVID-19 tests and subsequent contact tracing. Colorado State, meanwhile, might still have a full dance card this weekend. As Kyle Bonagura noted for ESPN, a Thursday showdown involving Wyoming and the Utah State Aggies was also canceled, and the Mountain West could have Colorado State face Wyoming. 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.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.NOVEMBER 13The 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.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.NOVEMBER 12The 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.