. . The latest on the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ The Texas Bowl has been canceled due to an increase in positive COVID-19 tests under the TCU program, making it November 19th. Bowl, which was canceled this season. The Horned Frogs were scheduled to play Arkansas in Houston on New Year's Eve. TCU Sports Director Jeremiah Donati said a combination of COVID-19-related issues, injuries, and other circumstances in the past 24 hours had brought the team below the Big 12 conference's set threshold for the availability of athletes who want the was valid throughout the season. He says it's too much to overcome in such a short time. It was the third game canceled since the bowl lineup was set earlier this month. Everyone involved was involved in SEC teams. The Gasparilla Bowl, which South Carolina played against UAB, was previously canceled, as was Missouri-Iowa in the Music City Bowl. Tennessee was forced to withdraw from the Liberty Bowl, but the Army replaced the volunteers to face West Virginia. ___ The Cleveland Cavaliers will be around 2. 000 fans allowed at home games. The NBA team had only allowed 300 fans in the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse due to COVID-19 restrictions. The team made a formal request to the Ohio Department of Health last month, revealing 10% of the capacity in the arena by age 19. 000 seats in the city center approved. Only a few season ticket holders and family members and guests of gamblers had been to Cleveland for the first two games. The Cavs are 3-0 for the first time since 2016. After hosting New York on Tuesday night, they will play six consecutive street games before returning to Cleveland to play on Jan.. January to host the Memphis Grizzlies. 11 when the new fan limit takes effect. ___ The SMU women's basketball team has decided not to play this. . .