College Football season is ongoing. But of course, there are strict protocols for safety due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Of course, it can be quite challenging to maintain a COVID-free team, as the players are not in a bubble. Saturday’s LSU at Arkansas school football match-up is at risk for being deferred because of COVID worries among the Razorback program.
Arkansas lead trainer Sam Pittman told correspondents through zoom on Thursday evening that the challenge holds tight the consequences of COVID test results that should come on Friday.
“We will play Saturday starting at the present moment,” Pittman said on Thursday. “We have a test that we took today that gets back tomorrow. I will simply come clean with you. We’re running meager, and we need to play the game, however you must have satisfactory numbers to play the game, and we are dainty, thus on the off chance that we have a decent test tomorrow, at that point by golly we will play the game. we need to play the game, we haven’t conversed with our players one second about not playing the game since they need to play. Are we slight, yes.”
LSU has not played a game in almost three weeks after the Tigers had low numbers and needed to defer their game against Alabama in Baton Rouge.
The Tigers as of now have their challenge against Missouri moved to Columbia, and their game against Florida and Alabama have been pushed to the back portion of the period because of positive tests and contact following.