The Mid-American Conference has become the first league at college football’s highest level to cancel its fall season, surrendering to the pandemic that is threatening to halt the entire sport.
The Cardinals’ game Friday against the Chicago Cubs was postponed after another St. Louis player tested positive for COVID-19.
Penn State All-American Micah Parsons and two more college stars announced Thursday they are opting out of the coming college football season, which is in doubt because of the coronavirus pandemic, and looking toward the NFL draft.
A total of 66 players have opted out of the 2020 NFL season due to the coronavirus pandemic, nearly half of them linemen.
NCAA President Mark Emmert tells the Associated Press that whether college sports – and more specifically major college football – can play through the coronavirus pandemic is likely to be determined not by the association or even conferences but on school-by-school basis
The St. Louis Cardinals have returned to the field for light workouts nearly a week after an outbreak of COVID-19 forced the club and its staff members to quarantine in Milwaukee.
The league released its latest results Wednesday for coronavirus tests performed on players participating in the restarted season at Walt Disney World, and the numbers are still perfect. Of the 343 players tested since results were last announced July 29, none has been confirmed positive.
Browns center and NFLPA President JC Tretter will push for daily COVID-19 testing during training camp as the NFL moves toward the start of the season.
UConn has canceled its 2020-2021 football season, becoming the first FBS program to do so because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A group of Pac-12 football players with the #WeAreUnited movement met with officials from the California governor's office to discuss concerns about their schools' COVID-19 protocols and protecting their college eligibility.