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The coronavirus and college sports: NCAA reopening plans, latest news, program cuts, more
Postponed and canceled games, positive tests sending coaches and players into isolation ... yes, it's still 2020. Here's the latest on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the college sports world.
Southern Miss interim coach Scott Walden tests positive for COVID-19
Southern Miss interim coach Scott Walden tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday morning and his status for Saturday's game against Liberty is unclear.
Georgia staying with QB Stetson Bennett after bad loss
Georgia is sticking with Stetson Bennett at quarterback despite a tough day in a loss to Alabama last week.
Maryland Terrapins won't announce whether Taulia Tagovailoa or Lance LeGendre will start at quarterback
Maryland coach Mike Locksley said Tuesday that he won't announce whether Alabama transfer Taulia Tagovailoa or redshirt freshman Lance LeGendre will lead the offense in Saturday's opener against Northwestern.
University of Michigan stay-in-place order won't impact Wolverines athletics
A stay in place order for University of Michigan undergraduate students will not impact athletic activity at the school, where the Wolverines football team is preparing for its season opener against Minnesota.
Colorado State Rams-New Mexico Lobos football game canceled due to coronavirus
The season opener between Colorado State and New Mexico scheduled for Saturday has been canceled, the Mountain West Conference announced Tuesday.