Late Thursday, the XFL announced it was canceling the rest of its regular season.
While the XFL didn't specifically cite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as the reason for the decision, the NBA, MLB, NHL, the NCAA, and many other leagues have suspended operations and canceled games and championship tournaments in response to this global public health threat.
The XFL's Tampa Bay Vipers are one of four teams in the East Division and will be led by former Bears head coach Marc Trestman. They'll have a number of intriguing weapons for Trestman to use, including former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray and running backs De'Veon Smith and Quinton Flowers.
The Vipers will play their home games at the same stadium that the Buccaneers use, Raymond James Stadium. Here's where you can find a full list of their 2020 opponents, game locations, game times, and updated results throughout the season.
Tampa Bay Vipers 2020 Schedule
Sun., Feb. 9 – Tampa Bay Vipers at New York Guardians (MetLife Stadium), 2 p.m. ET, airs on FOX
Final Score: Guardians 23, Vipers 3
Sun., Feb. 15 – Tampa Bay Vipers at Seattle Dragons (CenturyLink Field), 5 p.m. ET, airs on FOX
Final Score: Dragons 17, Vipers 9
Sat., Feb. 22 – Houston Roughnecks at Tampa Bay Vipers (Raymond James Stadium), 2 p.m. ET, airs on ABC
Final Score: Roughnecks 34, Vipers 27
Sun., Mar. 1 – DC Defenders at Tampa Bay Vipers (Raymond James Stadium), 7 p.m. ET, airs on ESPN2
Final Score: Vipers 25, Defenders 0
Sun., Mar. 8 – Tampa Bay Vipers at Los Angeles Wildcats (Dignity Health Sports Park), 9 p.m. ET, airs on ESPN
Final Score: Wildcats 41, Vipers 34
Sat., Mar. 14 – St. Louis BattleHawks at Tampa Bay Vipers (Raymond James Stadium), 5 p.m. ET, airs on FS2
Sat., Mar. 21 – Dallas Renegades at Tampa Bay Vipers (Raymond James Stadium), 2 p.m. ET, airs on ABC
Sat., Mar. 28 – Tampa Bay Vipers at DC Defenders (Audi Field), 2 p.m. ET, airs on ABC
Sun., Apr. 5 – Tampa Bay Vipers at St. Louis BattleHawks (The Dome), 12 p.m. ET, airs on ESPN
Sun., Apr. 12 – New York Guardians at Tampa Bay Vipers (Raymond James Stadium), 3 p.m. or 6 p.m. ET, airs on ABC or FS1
Should the Vipers finish in the top two of the XFL East, they would play the other top finisher at the higher seed's home stadium on Saturday, April 18 at 3 p.m. ET on FOX. The championship game is held on Sunday, April 26 at 3 p.m. ET on ESPN.