UPDATED: 5:50 p.m. EDT: These are the football programs not in the Ivy League that were scheduled to play at least one Ivy League school this fall:
Army, Bryant, Bucknell, Central Connecticut State, Colgate, Georgetown, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Marist, New Haven, Rhode Island, Richmond, Sacred Heart, Towson, VMI.
Each school listed above now has at least one open date on its schedule.
ORIGINAL POST: The New York Times reports the Ivy League has cancelled its entire fall sports schedule.
The Ivy League presidents placed all sports on hold Wednesday until at least January, making it the first Division I conference that will not play football as scheduled in the fall because of the coronavirus pandemic.
As a result, a broad array of sports, from football and men’s basketball to cross country and sailing, have been placed in limbo. Practices could take place in the fall, but conditions would have to improve for sports to be played next year.