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Full schedule, spreads for every game on Saturday

The ACC and Big 12 begin play this weekend, and the College GameDay crew is back on the road in Winston-Salem for Clemson vs. Wake Forest. The college football season truly begins on Saturday, and you can spend the entire day watching games on the eve of the first NFL Sunday of the year.





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Here’s a rundown of the full FBS slate on Saturday, with TV information for every nationally televised game.

All betting information via BetMGM.

Syracuse vs. No. 18 North Carolina

Time: 12:00 p.m. ET Channel: ACC Network Spread: UNC -24

 Louisiana vs. No. 23 Iowa State

Time: 12:00 p.m. ET Channel: ESPN Spread: Iowa State -11

Charlotte vs. Appalachian State

Time: 12:00 p.m. ET Channel: ESPN 2 Spread: App State -16.5

Eastern Kentucky vs. West Virginia

Time: 12:00 p.m. ET Channel: FS1

Arkansas State vs. Kansas State

Time: 12:00 p.m. ET

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A coronavirus outbreak has hit USC’s fraternity row, where about 40 people tested positive for COVID-19, USC Student Health’s chief health officer Dr. Sarah Van Orman told the Los Angeles Times.

“A significant number of the cases were associated with four fraternity houses,” Van Orman said. The outbreak did not stop there, however.

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In all, about 150 Trojan students and employees have tested positive so far, even as the school has moved the vast majority of classes online, canceled events, limited on-campus housing, added mask requirements as well as social-distancing and symptom-checking measures.

“Unless all of us understand that right now our only tools are physical distancing and wearing masks, we’re going to continue to have devastation, not only in terms of the economy, our learning, our academics, our jobs, but people dying,” Van Orman said. “Each of us have to decide what we stand for. Frats

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Third of Britons say they may not take coronavirus vaccine as anti-vax misinformation spreads online

Almost a third of Britons definitely will not or are unsure about whether they will take up a COVID-19 vaccine. (PA)
Almost a third of Britons definitely will not or are unsure about whether they will take up a COVID-19 vaccine. (PA)

Almost a third of Britons say they may not take up a vaccine for coronavirus, a poll showed, as researchers warned about the amount of anti-vaccine content circulating online.

In the study carried out by YouGov for the Centre for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) research group, 6% of those polled said they definitely would not get vaccinated for COVID-19.

A further 10% said they would “probably not” have a vaccine, while another 15% said they did not know, meaning a total of 31% will not have one or are unsure about it.

Researchers also warned about the large amount of anti-vax misinformation spreading on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

The survey polled more than 1,600 people in Britain, and found 38% said they would “definitely” have a coronavirus vaccination

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