Reports: Ivy League cancels fall sports slate

The Ivy League on Wednesday canceled all of its fall sports, according to multiple reports.

The conference reportedly decided that no sports will be played until after Jan. 1 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

That leaves open the possibility that the football season could be played in the spring. That will be determined at a later date.

The Ivy League reportedly will not play nonconference basketball games should the men’s and women’s seasons begin after Jan. 1.

The Ivy League is the first FBS league to decide it won’t play football in 2020.

Back in March, the Ivy League was the first Division I conference to cancel its postseason basketball tournaments due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The members of the Ivy League are Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton and Yale.

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