2020 has seen record cancelations all over college football, but Week 10 of the season is by far the most we’ve seen games ended before they start because of Covid-19.
Here are the eight games that won’t take place because one of the teams either doesn’t have enough players to participate, or just too many overall cases of the virus to safely play the game:
Air Force Falcons vs. Army Black Knights
Tulsa Golden Hurricane vs. Navy Midshipmen
Purdue Boilermakers vs. Wisconsin Badgers
Charlotte 49ers vs. Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders
UTSA Roadrunners vs. Rice Owls
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs vs. North Texas Mean Green
Louisville Cardinals vs. Virginia Cavaliers
Washington Huskies vs. California Golden Bears
Arizona Wildcats vs. Utah Utes
By conference, there will be two games on the Pac-12 schedule that are canceled and won’t be made up before they begin. Washington and Cal in the North Division, along with Arizona and Utah in the South, can still compete for the conference championship, but it will
Meanwhile half of Conference USA won’t play their games this weekend, and the ability of that league to crown a legitimate champion is now in jeopardy.