The 2020 college football season continues amid the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.
A total of 91 of the 130 FBS teams are scheduled to play college football in 2020, and more could be coming if the Pac-12, Mountain West Conference and Mid-American Conference join the season. Among the other Power 5 conferences, the ACC and Big 12 are in action, the SEC starts this weekend and the Big Ten will join the season on Oct. 24.
The schedule, however, remains subject to change. The college football season has seen a handful of postponements and cancellations every week so far heading into Week 4. that will continue to be a logistical challenge for conferences as the season presses on into October.
To date, Oklahoma State-Tulsa is the only game that was rescheduled and played. Oklahoma State beat Tulsa 16-7 in a game that was originally scheduled for Sept. 12.
Here is a list of games that have been postponed, rescheduled or canceled since the 2020 college football season because of COVID-19 (rescheduled game dates in parentheses).
- ULM at Troy (rescheduled for Dec. 5)
- SMU at TCU
- Marshall at East Carolina
- N.C. State at Virginia Tech (Sept. 26)
- Tulsa at Oklahoma State (Oklahoma State won 16-7 on Sept. 19)
- Louisiana Tech at Baylor
- Virginia at Virginia Tech (Dec. 12)
- Charlotte at North Carolina (Canceled)
- BYU at Army
- Houston at Memphis
- Houston at Baylor
- FAU at Georgia Southern
- Central Arkansas at Arkansas State (Oct. 10)
- Notre Dame at Wake Forest (Dec. 12)
- Memphis at UTSA (Canceled)
- Tulsa at Arkansas State
- South Florida at FAU
- North Texas at Houston
- Temple at Navy (Oct. 10)
- Rice at Marshall
Week 6 (Oct. 10)
- UAB at Rice