The Big Ten has announced it will cancel all non-conference sporting events this fall and proceed with conference-only scheduling. It's a move many predicted and it is almost certain to force the rest of country to follow suit. Obviously this will have the biggest impact on college football.
It looks like the ACC is set to follow the Big Ten's lead and go with a conference-only slate, and the Pac-12 may not be far behind:
With a pandemic raging, this obviously makes sense. Theoretically it would cut down on travel and potentially either delay the start of the season -- which usually features a few weeks of non-conference games -- or give teams more time off during it.