The move came one day after the Big Ten and Pac-12 announced they would not play this fall. In the Big 12, fall sports will begin after Sept. 1 with the football schedule beginning league play Sept. 26. Schools also can play one non-conference opponent.
ASU and all other colleges have chosen to opt-out of this college football season due to the COVID-19 pandemic and college towns will feel the financial impact of the choice.
The Big Ten and Pac-12 won't play football this fall because of concerns about COVID-19, taking two of college football's five power conferences out of a crumbling season amid the pandemic.
There are concerns about reports that young athletes who contract coronavirus, don't have severe immediate symptoms, but then later, have problems with inflamed heart muscles.
The Mountain West became the second conference in the NCAA's Football Bowl Subdivison to do just that, joining the Mid-American Conference in giving up hope on playing any sports in the first semester. Back east, Old Dominion canceled fall sports, too, becoming the first school in college football's highest tier to break from its league; the rest of Conference USA is going forward with plans to play.
President Trump appeared to support college football players who wish to play in the fall despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Big Ten football season is canceled according to reports.
Newly-independent UConn announced it will suspend its football program for this year, citing COVID-19 health concerns, making it the first FBS team to cancel its season.
Some of it has to do with concerns about health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. But there are other issues – about financial compensation for athletes, and racial and social justice.
The Pac-12 announced three weeks ago it would eliminate nonconference games to give its 12 members a better chance to manage complications and disruptions caused by the health crisis. On Friday, university presidents approved a model that adds an additional cross-divisional game to each team’s slate and pushes the start back three weeks.
the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel has approved new rules that will allow student-athletes in all sports to wear patches on their uniforms in honor and support of social justice issues.
Other collegiate sports leagues have canceled or restricted their fall seasons due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The first meeting between the Crimson Tide and Wildcats will be Sept. 4, 2032 in Tuscaloosa. The rematch will take place in Tucson on Sept. 3, 2033.
Blaring from the Clemson locker room after yet another playoff victory was Aretha Franklin's classic “Respect.”
A sea of orange and red -- Ohio State and Clemson Universities are putting their rivalry aside to give back to the community and fight hunger.
The Army and Navy academies are looking into hand signs flashed by students that can be associated with “white power" and were televised during the Army-Navy football game on Saturday, school officials said.
A former Arizona State University football player has been arrested and accused of committing several sexual assaults throughout the Valley.
The Goodyear Blimp has become the first non-player and non-coach to be inducted into the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.