Arizona State announced Tuesday that its game against Utah has been canceled because the Sun Devils do not have enough scholarship players available because of COVID-19 protocols.
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As the coronavirus hit several Pac-12 teams last week, games were canceled, rescheduled and delayed. It meant 96 hours of negotiation with local governments, airlines, hotels and lots more. Here's how it happened.
- Virus forces ASU to cancel third straight game
- Arizona St. has 2nd game canceled due to COVID
- Herm Edwards tests positive; ASU-Cal canceled
- Cal-ASU game in jeopardy due to contact tracing
The Pac-12's decision to cancel Arizona State-Colorado allows for "alternative scheduling options" to be made for next weekend.
Saturday's Arizona State-Cal game has been canceled after coach Herm Edwards and several Sun Devils players tested positive for COVID-19.
California's game against Arizona State is in jeopardy with several Golden Bears players still in quarantine due to contact tracing related to one positive case of COVID-19 on the Cal roster.
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