College football games canceled or postponed because of the coronavirus

The college football season has already seen its share of fits and starts with games postponed or canceled due to COVID-19 issues. Such disruptions were not entirely unexpected, which is why most leagues that elected to play built in some flexibility with a reduced number of games and pushed back their championship games.

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General view of a football prior to a game.

Nevertheless, some of these non-conference contests might not be made up.

Here’s a list of all the match-ups that have been affected since the start of the season. This list does not include previously scheduled games dropped when conferences decided not to play or revamped their scheduling models over the summer.

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*Louisiana-Monroe at Troy, Sept. 5 — Postponed to Dec. 5

SMU at TCU, Sept. 11 — Canceled

Florida International at Central Florida, Sept. 12 — Canceled

*North Carolina State at Virginia Tech, Sept. 12 — Postponed to Sept. 26

Marshall at East Carolina, Sept. 12 — Postponed, no make-up date yet

Tulsa at Oklahoma State, Sept. 12 — Played on Sept. 19

*Temple at Navy, Sept. 12 — Postponed, no make-up date yet

Louisiana Tech at Baylor, Sept. 12 — Canceled

*Houston at Memphis, Sept. 18 — Postponed, no make-up date yet

*Virginia at Virginia Tech, Sept. 19 — Postponed to Dec. 12

Houston at Baylor, Sept, 19 — Canceled

Brigham Young at Army, Sept. 19 — Postponed, no make-up date yet

Central Arkansas at Arkansas State, Sept. 19 — Postponed to Oct. 10

Charlotte at North Carolina, Sept. 19 — Canceled

Florida Atlantic  at Georgia Southern, Sept. 19 — Postponed, no make-up date yet

Memphis at UT-San Antonio, Sept. 25 — Canceled

*Notre Dame at Wake Forest, Sept. 26 — Postponed to Dec. 12

North Texas at Houston, Sept. 26 — Canceled

Tulsa at Arkansas State, Sept. 26 — Postponed, no make-up date yet

South Florida at Florida Atlantic, Sept. 26 — Postponed, no make-up date yet

Georgia State at Charlotte, Sept. 26 — Postponed, no make-up date yet

Rice at Marshall, Oct. 3 — Rice season delayed

*Alabama-Birmingham at Rice, Oct. 10 — Rice season delayed

*Oklahoma State at Baylor, Oct. 17 — Postponed until Dec. 12.

*Vanderbilt at Missouri, Oct. 17 — Postponed. Likely new date Dec. 12.

*LSU at Florida, Oct. 17 — Postponed. Tentative date Dec. 12.

*Cincinnati at Tulsa, Oct. 17 — Postponed until Dec. 5. 

*Southern Mississippi at UTEP, Oct. 17 — Postponed, no make-up date yet

* — conference game

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: College football games canceled or postponed because of the coronavirus

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