We've danced around this issue on several other threads but it seemed appropriate to have one thread to discuss the likely effects of COVID-19 on the 2020-21 college basketball season. To discuss COVID generally or to share your political comments, please take those to the Stupid Coronavirus Takes thread. This thread is intended solely to discuss whether there is likely to be a college basketball season and, if so, what it will look like (schedules, venues, fan attendance, NCAA tournament possibilities, etc.) Already we're seeing some troubling signs: the Ivy League has voted to move fall sports to next spring, the Big Ten will limit fall competition to conference games/matches/meets only; five teams dropped out of TBT due to COVID-positive players; several schools halting fall sport practices due to positive COVID results; the NBA creating an elaborate (and expensive) bubble and protocols (not possible in college basketball) to attempt to complete a truncated season; the Dallas team withdrawing from the MLS tournament in Orlando due to a player testing positive; domestic soccer leagues in various countries resuming play under strict protocols and with no fans in the stands; NFL teams severely limiting season ticket sales in anticipation of mandated restrictions on the number of fans who will be permitted to attend games (if fans are permitted at all), etc., etc. What does it all mean for college basketball?