BREAKING: Ivy League Cancels 2020 College Football Season, All Fall Sports Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

ABOVE VIDEO: The Ivy League has canceled all fall sports and will reevaluate whether to play sports after Jan. 1, 2021, conference sources tell CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander. The significant move comes as more questions and concerns arise about the feasibility of playing the 2020 college football season amid the coronavirus pandemic. Time is running out for the FBS season to start on time, which is leading many to wonder whether it will ultimately be moved a few months to the spring of 2021.

(CBS SPORTS) – The Ivy League has canceled all fall sports and will reevaluate whether to allow athletes to compete after Jan. 1, 2021, conference sources told CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander.

An official announcement from the league is expected Wednesday evening.

The significant move comes as more questions and concerns arise about the feasibility of playing the 2020 college football season amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Time is running out for the FBS season to start on time, which is leading many to wonder whether it will ultimately be moved a few months to the spring of 2021.

As to whether the Ivy League would consider playing football this spring — a notion considered undesirable by the Power Five conferences as the sport weighs contingency plans — no decision has made at this time.

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