Faculty basketball video games affected by COVID-19: Oregon State goes on pause, postpones video games vs. Utah, Colorado

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Oregon State turned the newest main convention school basketball program to go on pause Tuesday, when the program introduced a short lived halt to group actions “on account of COVID-19 testing outcomes and call tracing protocols.” The pause will consequence within the Beavers’ video games at Utah and Colorado this week being postponed. The Pac-12 is predicted to work with the packages on a rescheduling date.

The information from Oregon State adopted an analogous announcement from Villanova on Monday. The No. 3 Wildcats are having three Massive East video games postponed because of their pause. The problems at Oregon State and Villanova are simply the newest in a university basketball season that has been full of stops, begins and hasty scheduling rearrangements on account of points with COVID-19 which are anticipated to proceed over the approaching months. 

In a single distinguished instance of a scheduling change, No. 1 Gonzaga will now host BYU on Thursday evening, a supply confirmed to CBS Sports activities. The information was first reported by Vanquish the Foe. The reason being on account of Gonzaga’s subsequent opponent, Santa Clara, needing extra time to come back off COVID pause, whereas BYU’s subsequent scheduled opponent — Pacific — is presently on COVID pause. The sport is a bump up within the timeline, as BYU-GU was initially scheduled to be performed on Feb. 6. The return recreation, at BYU, remains to be scheduled to be every group’s last recreation in league play on Feb. 27.

Upcoming notable postponements or cancellations

  • Jan. 5: Villanova at DePaul
  • Jan. 5: Memphis at UCF
  • Jan. 5: Nebraska at Purdue
  • Jan. 6: Georgia Tech at Notre Dame
  • Jan. 6: Penn State at Ohio State
  • Jan. 6: Oregon State at Utah
  • Jan. 6: Temple at Tulane
  • Jan. 7: Gonzaga vs. Santa Clara
  • Jan. 8: Villanova vs. Marquette
  • Jan. 9: Oregon State at Colorado
  • Jan. 13: Villanova at Xavier

TEAMS NOT COMPETING IN 2020-21

  • Bethune-Cookman
  • Maryland-Japanese Shore
  • Chicago State (suspended season after 0-9 begin, citing determination to “concentrate on the well being, security, and educational pursuits of the Males’s Basketball student-athletes.”)
  • Ivy League — BrownColumbiaCornellDartmouthHarvardPennPrinceton and Yale

Earlier notable postponements or cancellations

  • Nov. 25: UTSA at Oklahoma 
  • Nov. 25: Virginia vs. Maine (Uncasville, Connecticut)
  • Nov. 25: Central Arkansas at Ole MIss
  • Nov. 25: Gardner-Webb at Duke — rescheduled for Dec. 19, then canceled
  • Nov. 25: Northern Arizona at Arizona
  • Nov. 25-27: Creighton at Crossover Traditional (Sioux Falls, South Dakota)
  • Nov. 25-27: Texas A&M at Crossover Traditional (Sioux Falls)
  • Nov. 25: Western Illinois at DePaul
  • Nov. 25: UMass Lowell vs. Florida
  • Nov. 25: Stanford vs. Utah Valley
  • Nov. 25: Drexel at Penn State
  • Nov. 26: Baylor vs. Arizona State at Empire Traditional (Uncasville)
  • Nov. 26: Jackson State vs. Ole Miss
  • Nov. 27: Arkansas State at Ole Miss
  • Nov. 27; Baylor at Empire Traditional (Uncasville)
  • Nov. 27: Virginia vs. Florida (Uncasville)
  • Nov. 27: Florida State vs. Gardner-Webb — rescheduled for Dec. 21
  • Nov. 28 Oklahoma at UCF
  • Nov. 28: Chicago State at DePaul
  • Nov. 29: Baylor at Seton Corridor
  • Nov. 29: Gardner-Webb at Georgia
  • Nov. 30: Lengthy Seaside State at UCLA
  • Nov. 30: Belmont Abbey at Charlotte
  • Dec. 1: Towson at Maryland 
  • Dec. 1: Alcorn State at DePaul
  • Dec. 1: Vanderbilt vs. UConn (Uncasville)
  • Dec. 2: Colorado at Arizona — rescheduled for Dec. 28
  • Dec. 3: Vanderbilt at Legends Traditional (Uncasville)
  • Dec. 4: UNC Greensboro at Louisville
  • Dec. 4: Florida A&M at South Florida
  • Dec. 5: Gonzaga vs. Baylor (Indianapolis)
  • Dec. 5: NC State vs. UConn: (Uncasville)
  • Dec. 5: Alabama A&M at Ohio State
  • Dec. 5: James Madison at Maryland
  • Dec. 5: UT-Martin at Illinois
  • Dec. 5: Purdue-Fort Wayne at Notre Dame
  • Dec. 5: Ole Miss at Memphis       
  • Dec. 6: Florida A&M at Nebraska
  • Dec. 6: DePaul at Iowa State
  • Dec. 8: Fordham at Saint John’s
  • Dec. 8: Tarleton State at Gonzaga
  • Dec. 9: Louisville at Wisconsin
  • Dec. 9: Michigan State at Virginia
  • Dec. 9: NC State at Michigan
  • Dec. 9: Robert Morris at West Virginia
  • Dec. 10: Southern at Gonzaga
  • Dec. 11: Saint John’s at UConn
  • Dec. 12: Xavier at Windfall   
  • Dec. 12: Northern Arizona at Gonzaga
  • Dec. 12: Charleston Southern at Duke
  • Dec. 12: Saint John’s at Texas Tech
  • Dec. 13: Stanford at USC 
  • Dec. 13: SIU-Edwardsville at Northwestern
  • Dec. 13: Texas at Baylor
  • Dec. 13: William & Mary at Virginia 
  • Dec. 13: UConn at Georgetown
  • Dec. 15: Tarleton State at Baylor
  • Dec. 15: Detroit at Kentucky
  • Dec. 15: Seton Corridor at Xavier
  • Dec. 16: NC State at Louisville
  • Dec. 16: Northern Iowa at Wisconsin
  • Dec. 18: Xavier at DePaul 
  • Dec. 17: DePaul at Windfall 
  • Dec. 19: Virginia vs. Villanova (at Madison Sq. Backyard)
  • Dec. 19: Gardner-Webb at Duke
  • Dec. 19: Houston at Alabama
  • Dec. 19: South Carolina at Clemson
  • Dec. 21: San Diego at Arizona
  • Dec. 22: Notre Dame at Syracuse
  • Dec. 22: VCU at LSU
  • Dec. 22: UNLV at Wyoming
  • Dec. 23: UCLA at Oregon
  • Dec. 23: South Carolina State at South Carolina
  • Dec. 23: UConn at DePaul
  • Dec. 29: South Carolina at Kentucky
  • Dec. 30: Syracuse at Wake Forest
  • Dec. 31: San Diego State at UNLV
  • Jan. 2: North Carolina at Syracuse
  • Jan. 2: DePaul at St. John’s
  • Jan. 2: Arizona State at Washington
  • Jan. 2: Memphis at Temple
  • Jan. 2: Virginia Tech at Virginia
  • Jan. 2: San Diego State at UNLV
  • Jan. 3: Wisconsin at Penn State
  • Jan. 4: San Diego State at UNLV

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