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Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky (10) is sacked by Detroit Lions defensive end Everson Griffen (98) in the second half of an NFL football game in Chicago, Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

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The Atlantic Coast Conference says Sunday's women’s basketball game between Duke and Miami has been postponed as part of multiple schedule adjustments.

The league announced the changes Saturday night. The postponement follows contact tracing within the Duke program after the Blue Devils played No. 2 Louisville on Wednesday night. Two days after that game, the ACC announced the Cardinals’ home game against North Carolina set for Sunday was postponed due to coronavirus issues within the Cardinals program.

The ACC says UNC will now visit Miami on Monday, and the teams’ Jan. 10 meeting with be played in Chapel Hill.

Additionally, Florida State will travel to Clemson on Thursday instead of visiting Louisville. That replaces the Dec. 31 meeting at FSU while the Seminoles will host the Tigers on Jan. 17.


Detroit Lions defensive end Everson Griffen was placed on the COVID-19 list a day before he was expected to play a key role against Green Bay.