College football coronavirus updates: Florida State game postponed

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Published 10:12 a.m. CT Nov. 28, 2020 | Updated 10:57 a.m. CT Nov. 28, 2020

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For the second straight week, a Florida State football game has been postponed on the day of the game.

The ACC announced Saturday morning that the Seminoles’ game vs. Virginia, slated for an 8 p.m. ET start at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Florida, has been postponed due to “positive tests, subsequent quarantining, and contact tracing within the Florida State football team.”

“Our team underwent the mandated third-party testing yesterday and learned late last night that we had one positive test. Contact tracing this morning determined that, with opt-outs and injuries, we had just 44 scholarship players for the game, with some position groups depleted almost entirely,” FSU Director of Athletics David Coburn said in a statement.

“We deeply regret that many Florida State and Virginia fans have already traveled to the game as well as Virginia’s team. We simply had no way of knowing we would not be playing until this morning. We made every effort to play, but we could not do so in a way that was safe for the players.”

Mike Norvell’s FSU group is 2-6 this season. (Photo: Don Juan Moore)

FSU said that more details regarding the rescheduled game, including ticket information, will be announced at a later date.

With FSU having just 44 scholarship players available and the 14-day quarantine period due to contact tracing just beginning, it’s fair to doubt if FSU will be able to play at Duke on Dec. 5.

FSU was a part of some unfortunate history last week when its game vs. Clemson became the first college football game this season to be postponed on the day of a game after a Clemson player traveled before finding out he had tested positive.

The positive FSU test snaps a streak of over two months without a positive test within the Seminoles’ program. FSU head coach Mike Norvell had been the last person to test positive on Sept. 18.

Per ACC protocols, teams are tested three times weekly with the Friday tests executed by third-party personnel.

There’s been no indication as to when this game could be made up. With neither team set to compete in the ACC Championship on Dec. 19, that day could make sense after the Cavaliers make up their game vs. Virginia Tech on Dec. 12.

— Curt Weiler, The Tallahassee Democrat, part of the USA TODAY Network

Boise State vs. San Jose State canceled

The game between San Jose State and Boise State that was to be held at Albertsons Stadium in Idaho has been canceled, according to a news release from the Mountain West Conference, because of an “upward trend of COVID-19 cases and contact tracing within the Boise State football program.” The statement also called the game a “no contest” and said that there is no plan in place to reschedule it. 

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Donald Trump, Joe Biden, political updates

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President Trump acknowledged for the first time that he would leave the White House when the Electoral College casts its formal vote for Joe Biden.

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USA TODAY’S coverage of the 2020 election and President-elect Joe Biden’s transition continues this week as states certify their vote counts. President Donald Trump has yet to concede the race but his administration cleared the way this week for Biden’s team to have access to federal resources and briefings during the transition.

Be sure to refresh this page often to get the latest information on the election and the transition.

Trump says he would ‘certainly’ leave White House once Electoral College votes for Biden

President Donald Trump acknowledged for the first time Thursday that he would leave the White House if the Electoral College votes – as it will – to make Democrat Joe Biden the next president, but said it would be “very hard” to concede the contest.

“Certainly I will, and you know that,” Trump told reporters at the White House on Thursday when asked if he would leave the presidency once Biden is formally chosen by the electors.Taking questions from reporters for the first time since he lost the Nov. 3 election to Biden, Trump used the Thanksgiving appearance to level a new round of baseless claims about voting fraud, arguing without evidence that Republicans were “robbed.”

Though he indicated he would continue to fight the outcome in states such as Pennsylvania and Michigan, Trump’s remarks were the first time he recognized the need for a peaceful handover of power. States must certify their votes before the Electoral College meets on Dec. 14 — many already have — and resolve all challenges to the outcome by Dec. 8.

Trump, who appeared as part of an annual holiday tradition of speaking to U.S. troops, said he did not want to say yet whether he would attend Biden’s inauguration.

The president also said he plans to get back on the campaign trail soon to help Republicans running in two critical runoff elections. Trump said he would likely get out to campaign for Georgia Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue on December 5.

“It’s going to be a very hard thing to concede,” Trump told reporters when asked about what he will do if the Electoral College elects Biden.

“If they do, they made a mistake,” Trump said of that outcome.

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Bidens thank frontline workers battling COVID pandemic 

President-elect Joe Biden and future first lady Jill Biden said in a message to Americans on Thanksgiving Day that though 2020 has had increased challenges for many across the country and families may not be able to gather as usual, there is still much to be grateful for.

“We’re going to get through this together, even if we have to be apart,” the Bidens wrote in an op-ed published by CNN Thursday.

They acknowledged families who will have an “empty chair” during the holiday because they have lost a loved one

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Boston College vs. URI: Live Updates

Boston College kicks off the 2020-21 season tonight against the University of Rhode Island Rams in the 2k Empire Classic held at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut. The Eagles coming off a close loss last night to the Villanova Wildcats, look to get into the win column against a feisty URI squad. The Rams, one of the best teams in the A-10 will look to rebound after a loss last night to Arizona State. 

Time: 7:00 pm
Where: Mohegan Sun, Connecticut
TV: ESPN
Radio: WEEI 850
Opening Line: Pick ‘Em

Join us as we live-blog and discuss the Boston College Eagles and the University of Rhode Island game here in our liveblog. Dive into the conversation — it’s easy — by simply going to the top of the site and in the bottom righthand corner of the BC Bulletin logo, click the follow button.

You can log in with Facebook or Google and either way, it’s free. From there, sound off in the comment section and share your reactions and observations with our staff, subscribers and fellow members of the BC Bulletin community as we react to the game in real time. We hope you comment, it makes watch alongs an even richer experience, and we want to hear what you have to say about the game. Disagree or agree with me? Leave your thoughts below!

Updates: Will show up in real time in the comment section.

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Jay Heath is out for today’s game 

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Boston College vs. #3 Villanova: Live Updates

Boston College kicks off the 2020-21 season tonight against the #3 Villanova Wildcats in the 2k Empire Classic held at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut. The Eagles coming off a 13-19 season, are going to be playing the role of heavy underdog tonight playing against a team that many have projected as a possible Final Four contender. What will Boston College be able to do against the Wildcats?

Time: 9:30pm
Where: Mohegan Sun, Connecticut
TV: ESPN
Radio: WEEI 850
Opening Line: Villanova (-14)

Join us as we live-blog and discuss the Boston College Eagles and the Villanova Wildcats game here in our liveblog. Dive into the conversation — it’s easy — by simply going to the top of the site and in the bottom righthand corner of the BC Bulletin logo, click the follow button.

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College football Week 13 COVID-19 updates: Minnesota-Wisconsin is off

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MADISON, Wis. – For the third time this college football season, Wisconsin’s players and coaches have lost a game to coronavirus.

Minnesota officials announced that Saturday’s Big Ten game Saturday at No. 20 Wisconsin will not be played and that the program is pausing all team-related activities because of an increase in positive coronavirus cases within the program. 

Wisconsin officials canceled games earlier this season against Nebraska and Purdue because of high coronavirus numbers in the program.

Wisconsin (2-1) likely can’t catch first-place Northwestern (5-0) in the Big Ten West Division, but the third cancellation makes the Badgers ineligible for the league title game. 

Wisconsin linebacker Chris Orr lets fans touch the Paul Bunyan Axe after Wisconsin’s victory over Minnesota. (Photo: Mark Hoffman, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

RANKING: Alabama leads first College Football Playoff committee ranking of the season

UPDATES: Which games have been canceled or postponed because of COVID-19?

According to league rules, teams must play at least six games to qualify for the title game. One exception is if the average number of games played by all league teams falls below six. 

Wisconsin could have one slim option to face a Big Ten foe this week.  

Another league team would have to lose a game because its opponent opted to cancel because of COVID-19 issues. The games would have to be canceled by Wednesday in order for Wisconsin to schedule a new game.  

Nine Minnesota student-athletes and six staff members have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last five days. There were additional presumptive positive tests Tuesday and the program is awaiting confirmation of those results.

“This is the right decision,” Brad Nelson, the Minnesota athletics department’s medical director, said in a release. “There was a sudden increase in positive cases and this pause will allow the team to focus on stopping the spread of the virus.”

Purdue player tests positive

Purdue is expected to be without defensive end George Karlaftis for up to 21 days after the sophomore tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday. 

According to the school, an antigen test administered Tuesday morning came back positive and a follow-up PCR test confirmed the result. Karlaftis is currently at home in isolation.

“George is doing pretty good. I think he has some very, very mild symptoms, and it’s unfortunate,” Purdue coach Jeff Brohm said on his radio show Tuesday night. “We want him to get better and hope that he gets extremely well soon. …

“George is a big-time playmaker for us. We’ll be without his services and it’s unfortunate for him. He’s just getting over a high ankle sprain and worked extremely hard to get back faster than any other person would. We’re going to miss him, he’s going miss playing as well. we want him to get healthy.”  

-Mike Carmin, Lafayette (Indiana) Journal & Courier

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Covid-19 News: Live Updates – The New York Times

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The drugmaker AstraZeneca announced on Monday that an early analysis of some of its late-stage clinical trials, conducted in the United Kingdom and Brazil, showed that its coronavirus vaccine was 70.4 percent effective in preventing Covid-19, suggesting that the world could eventually have at least three working vaccines — and more supply — to help curb the pandemic.

The British-Swedish company, which has been developing the vaccine with the University of Oxford, became the third major vaccine developer in this month to announce encouraging early results, following Pfizer and Moderna, which both said that their vaccines were about 95 percent effective in late-stage studies.

AstraZeneca’s results are a reassuring sign of the safety of the vaccine. It came under global scrutiny after AstraZeneca temporarily paused its trials in September to investigate potential safety issues after a participant in Britain developed a neurological illness.

Oxford and AstraZeneca said they would submit their data to regulators in Britain, Europe and Brazil and seek emergency authorization.

The company said its early analysis was based on 131 coronavirus cases. The trials used two different dosing regimens, one of which was 90 percent effective in preventing Covid-19 and the other of which was 62 percent effective.

The regimen that was 90 percent effective involved using a halved first dose and a standard second dose. Oxford and AstraZeneca also said that there were no hospitalized or severe cases of the coronavirus in anyone who received the vaccine, and that they had seen a reduction in asymptomatic infections, suggesting that the vaccine could reduce transmission.

AstraZeneca’s vaccine is expected to come with relatively simple storage requirements, which would be an asset once it gets rolled out. The company has said it anticipates the vaccine will require refrigeration, though it has not provided details about how long and at what temperature it can be kept. Moderna’s vaccine can be kept for up to a month at the temperature of an ordinary refrigerator. Pfizer’s can be kept for up to 5 days in conventional refrigerators, or in special coolers for up to 15 days, but otherwise needs ultracold storage.

AstraZeneca has said it aims to bring data from its studies of its vaccine being conducted overseas to the Food and Drug Administration — which would mean that the agency will likely review and authorize a vaccine before late-stage data are ready on how well the vaccine works in American participants. British regulators already have been conducting a so-called rolling review of the vaccine.

“Today marks an important milestone in our fight against the pandemic,” AstraZeneca’s chief executive, Pascal Soriot, said. “This vaccine’s efficacy and safety confirm that it will be highly effective against Covid-19 and will have an immediate impact on this public health emergency.”

Professor Andrew Pollard, the chief investigator of the Oxford Vaccine Trial, said that

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ESPN Updates BYU’s College Football Playoff Odds

For a third consecutive week, BYU did not receive a lot of help from the teams ranked above them in the AP poll. Following yesterday’s games, ESPN updated BYU’s chances to make the College Football Playoff. BYU’s odds of making the College Football Playoff dropped from 25.1% to 14.1%.

What Hurt BYU’s CFP Odds on Saturday

Cincinnati beat UCF – This was the most important game for BYU yesterday. Cincinnati passed their most difficult test of the season winning a close game at UCF. The result of this game boosted Cincinnati’s playoff resume above BYU’s. Cincinnati’s chances to make the CFP improved from 12% one week ago to 35% according to ESPN’s playoff predictor.

Oregon & USC won – Oregon won a very close game against UCLA. USC beat Utah on the road.

What Helped BYU’s CFP Odds on Saturday

Indiana lost to Ohio State – BYU needed Ohio State to beat Indiana. The Hoosiers put together a late comeback but the Buckeyes held on to win 42-35.

Wisconsin lost to Northwestern – Wisconsin had a 55% chance to make the playoff before they lost to Northwestern. Now the Badgers have a 9% chance to make the CFP.

Oklahoma beat Oklahoma State – BYU needs to the Big 12 champion to have two losses. After the Sooners beat the Cowboys on Saturday, Iowa State is the only one-loss team remaining in the Big 12.

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Coronavirus updates: 23-year-old college student dies from COVID-19

Toronto, the largest city in Canada, is moving into lockdown — its highest alert, what it calls grey status — as it tries to mitigate an increasing coronavirus emergency.

The Peel Region, just west of Toronto and including Mississauga, will also be placed in the grey status.

As part of the designation, public or social indoor gatherings are not allowed. Weddings, funerals or religious services may have up to 10 people indoors. All outdoor gatherings cannot include more than 10 people.

Also, restaurants and bars may have no indoor or outdoor service though takeout is permitted. Essential retail, like pharmacies and grocery stores, can open, but at 50% capacity. All other retail is closed except for curbside pickup.

Casinos, movie theaters and museums will all be closed. Media production facilities, including Toronto’s thriving film industry, can only operate with proper social distancing on set.

Cases in Toronto have gradually increased since maintaining a seven-day average of under 100 per day through most of August. The city reported a one-day high of 1,581 cases on Nov. 14 and the seven-day average reported Friday was 1,373 per day.

ABC News’ Matt Foster contributed to this report.

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Coronavirus updates for college football Week 12: Louisiana coach tests positive

Just three days after No. 25 Louisiana’s game against Central Arkansas was canceled — with 33 players out after positive coronavirus tests and contact tracing — the team announced on Twitter Saturday that coach Billy Napier had tested positive for COVID-19.

According to the statement, Napier began to exhibit symptoms Tuesday evening before self-isolating. When Napier’s symptoms persisted, he took a PCR test Friday and received a positive result Saturday.

Pending a successful recovery, Napier and the Ragin’ Cajuns are expected to travel separately to Monroe, Louisiana, for a Nov. 28 game against Louisiana Monroe. 

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Louisiana (7-1, 5-1 Sun Belt) had already endured coronavirus issues before this week’s outbreak. Seven starters missed the Ragin’ Cajuns’ victory over Georgia Southern in September. Two players missed last week’s win over South Alabama for COVID-related reasons. Their game against Appalachian State was postponed to Dec. 4.



a man holding a baseball bat: UL coach Billy Napier tested positive for COVID-19.


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UL coach Billy Napier tested positive for COVID-19.

Earlier Saturday, one of the biggest ACC college football games of the season was postponed between No. 4 Clemson and Florida State in Tallahassee. The teams’ medical personnel could not mutually agree on moving forward with the game, the ACC said

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Alabama vs. Tennessee score: Live game updates, college football scores, NCAA highlights, full coverage

No. 2 Alabama is up 28-10 at halftime on Tennessee in Neyland Stadium as the SEC on CBS Game of the Week rolls on. Running back Najee Harris has two rushing touchdowns, Brian Robinson has one, and quarterback Mac Jones added a 1-yard plunge to lead the Crimson Tide to the big lead. Jones, a Heisman Trophy front-runner, is 16-of-20 passing for 284 yards through two quarters.

It hasn’t been smooth sailing for the Crimson Tide offense, though. Star wide receiver Jaylen Waddle was injured on the opening kickoff with a broken ankle that will sideline him for the season. Tennessee’s offense has been held in check all afternoon even as quarterback Jarrett Guaranatano had a gorgeous 38-yard touchdown pass to Jalin Hyatt for the Volunteers’ only touchdown of the game.

Watch No. 2 Alabama vs. Tennessee live on CBS and streaming for free on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App. We will be with you the entire way updating this story with the latest from the game. Keep it locked here for live updates, highlights and more on Saturday night.

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