The coronavirus and college sports: NCAA reopening plans, latest news, program cuts, more
When will college football and other sports return to action? Will more athletic programs be forced to cut sports because of financial strains? Here is the latest on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the college sports world.
Iowa State AD estimates $40 million revenue loss with no fall sports
Iowa State AD Jamie Pollard said safety comes first, but facing a $40M revenue loss, the school will push to play sports in the fall.
Texas responds to football players' requests with sweeping changes
Texas responded to football players' request or changes with a sweeping plan to "redefine campus symbolism," including renaming the football field after Earl Campbell and Ricky Williams.
Navy AD Chet Gladchuk intent on playing Army-Navy game if possible
While college football continues to reel from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, and the entire season hangs in limbo, Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk told ESPN on Monday he's determined to play the Army-Navy game if possible.
Ex-USC QB J.T. Daniels has waiver to play at Georgia
Former USC quarterback J.T. Daniels has received a waiver from the NCAA to play right away for Georgia.
ACC postpones virtual media days until further notice
The ACC has postponed its virtual media days until further notice, the league announced Monday. ACC Kickoff was scheduled to be held July 21-23.