A look back at the major events leading to the current situation for fall sports, including the Big Ten postponing its season.
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As college football teams prepare for the 2020 season amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, a few top NFL prospects are opting out of playing -- and opting for the NFL draft.
- Irish to kick off ACC slate vs. Duke on Sept. 12
- Opted-out Farley explains concerns over virus
- ACC sets 11-game slate, includes Notre Dame
- Va. Tech CB Farley to opt out, prep for NFL draft
Virginia Tech's Caleb Farley, a top pro prospect, became the first NFL prospect to skip the college football season to prepare for the draft. Potential first-round picks like Rashod Bateman, Micah Parsons and Greg Rousseau have followed suit.
The ACC will play a 10-game conference schedule with one nonconference game, with Notre Dame playing a full league schedule as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coaches at Penn State and Wake Forest are self-isolating from at-risk family members because of the risk of catching coronavirus, while players and coaches with underlying health issues must put faith in a system that will keep them safe on campus.
Caleb Farley says he opted out of this season because he had deep concerns about staying healthy amid the coronavirus pandemic, and he has accused Virginia Tech of inadequate testing and masking procedures.
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